All-Weather Outdoor LCD Television
Operator’s Manual
Model SB-2220HD
Rev. 2220HD-Rev318-120801
PN: M22-001-01
Important Safety Instructions
Dear SunBriteTV Customer:
Congratulations on the ownership of Model 2220HD all-weather outdoor LCD TV, and welcome to the family of satisfied SunBrite customers. You are in great company
with thousands of homeowners and esteemed commercial facilities such as Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park, Disney World, and Sea World who have trusted us to deliver
superior performance, lasting durability and the enjoyment of superb television viewing in the great outdoors.
With a traditional sense of customer satisfaction and attention to detail, our products are designed to withstand the rigors of the outdoor environment and provide our
customers with many years of optimum viewing.
To ensure safety and long product life, please read the Important Safety Instructions and complete manual carefully before using the TV. If you have any questions about
the installation procedures, please contact our qualified SunBriteTV Customer Support Team at 800.331.4626.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions, and keep them for future use.
2) Heed all warnings and follow all instructions.
3) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
4) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
5) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than
the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for
your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
6) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where
the cord exits from the apparatus.
7) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
8) Use only the cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
9) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms.
10) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
WARNING: TV must be plugged into a GFCI receptacle.
TV and GFCI RECEPTACLE MUST BE INSTALLED NO LESS THAN 5 FEET FROM ANY BODY OF WATER (SUCH
AS POOL OR SPA). Check local building codes for proper installation guidelines.
Warning: This unit is equipped with a 3-pin grounded plug. The plug will only fit into a grounded power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you
are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician. Do not alter this plug, as this will defeat the safety feature.
WARNING: The main plug is used as the disconnect device and shall remain readily operable.
WARNING: This product shall be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
Warning: FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
Note to CATV system installer: This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the National
Electrical Code that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the
grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the inside of this apparatus to rain or moisture.
This product utilizes tin-lead solder, and fluorescent lamp containing a small amount of mercury. Disposal of these materials may be regulated due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local
authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance: www.eia.org.
Disclaimer: While SunBriteTV LLC intends to make this manual accurate and complete, we do not make claims that the information
contained within covers all details, conditions or variations, nor does it provide for every possible contingency in connection with the
installation or use of this product. The information contained in this manual may change without notice.
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Cleaning Instructions: See “Care of SunBriteTV” on page 32
Attachments: Do not use attachments not specifically recommended by the manufacturer. Use of improper attachments can
result in accidents.
Power Source: SunBriteTV must operate on a power source indicated on the specification label. If you are not sure of the type of
power supply used in your home, consult your dealer or local power company. When using the TV outdoors, you must use a GFIprotected AC outlet with “in-use” waterproof cover.
Installation: Do not place the product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, table, or anywhere the unit is not permanently installed.
Placing the product on an unstable place can cause the product to fall, resulting in potential serious personal injuries, as well as
damage to the product.
Precautions when Transporting the TV: Carrying the television requires at least two people.
FCC Statement
This equipment complies with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority
to operate the equipment under FCC rules.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
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Important Safety Instructions
Ventilation: Adequate ventilation must be maintained to ensure reliable and continued operation and to protect
the television from overheating. Do not block ventilation slots and openings with objects, or install the television in a
place where ventilation may be hindered. There must be at least 1.5” of space on all sides.
Power cord protection: The power cord must be routed properly to prevent people from stepping on it, or objects
from resting on it. Check the cords at the plugs and product.
Power source: This product must operate on a power source specified on the specification label. If you are unsure of
the type of power supply used in your home, consult your dealer or local power company.
Do not let metal pieces or objects of any kind fall into the television from ventilation holes. High voltage flows in the
product, and inserting an object can cause electric shock and/or short internal parts.
Do not mount SunBriteTV near a motor or transformer where strong magnetism is generated. Images on the
television will become distorted and the color irregular.
Do not mount SunBriteTV near heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves and other heat-generating products
(including amplifiers).
Do not submerge SunBriteTV in water: The SunBriteTV will resist water exposure from normal rain, sprinklers,
garden hoses, etc.; However, it is not designed to be submerged in water.
Do not pressure-wash SunBriteTV: SunBriteTV will resist water exposure from normal rain, sprinklers, garden hoses,
etc.; However, it is not designed to withstand pressure washers, high-pressure water jets, or hurricane-type weather.
Do not service SunBriteTV yourself: Removal of the television screen cover may expose you to high voltage or other
dangerous risks. Refer all servicing to a qualified service professional. Warranty will not be honored if you service the
unit yourself.
Repair: If any of the following conditions occurs, unplug the power cord, and call a qualified service professional to
perform repairs:
When power cord or plug is damaged.
When objects have fallen into the product.
If unit was submerged in water or pressure-washed.
When product does not operate properly as described in the operating instructions. Do not touch the controls other
than as described in the operating instructions. Improper adjustments of controls not described in the
instructions can cause damage, which can require extensive repair work by a qualified technician.
When the product has been dropped or damaged.
When the product displays an abnormal condition. Any noticeable abnormality in the product indicates that the
product needs servicing.
Replacement parts: In case the product needs replacement parts, make sure that the service person uses
replacement parts provided by SunBriteTV. Use of unauthorized parts can result in fire, electric shock and/or other
danger.
Safety checks: Upon completion of service or repair work, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to
ensure that the product is in proper operating condition.
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions
2
Table of Contents
5
Supplied Accessories
6
TV Installation
Choose a Location for the TV
7
Detachable Speaker Module Installation
8
Rear Panel Internal Connect Source
9
Rear Panel Connections
10
IR Emitter Connections
18
Side Panel and Front Panel Controls
19
Remote Control Guide
20
On-Screen Display Controls
21
Adjusting On-Screen Displays
21
Picture Menu
22
Sound Menu
23
Setting Menu
24
Channel Menu
29
Trouble Shooting
31
Care of SunBriteTV
32
Specifications
33
Features Information and Instructions
Extreme Climate Warning
34
Programming Other Manufacturers’ Universal Remote Control Devices
34
SunBriteTV Pixel Quality Policy
34
Appendix A - RS232 Control Cable Pinout
34
Appendix B - RS232 Control Codes
35
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Supplied Accessories
Unpacking
After unpacking the SunBriteTV television, please make sure that the following items are included in the carton and
that they are in good condition. If items are damaged or missing, contact your dealer immediately.
SunBriteTV LCD Television Model 2220HD
Remote Control with Batteries
Operator’s Manual
Table Stand Installation Kit
Model 2220HD
Small Plastic Plug in the event
the Speaker Module is removed
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Operator’s
Manual
Water-Resistant
Wireless Remote
Control with
Batteries
TV Installation - Choose a Location for the TV
Choose a Location for the TV
Important: The TV must be installed at least 5
feet from pool, spa, or other body of water.
The TV should be installed so the screen is not facing
direct sunlight, or can be easily turned away from
direct sunlight.
Ideal placement is in an area where the TV is shaded
by trees, landscape and/or structures, or under a patio
cover or gazebo.
If the sun shines directly on the screen for long periods
of time, dark areas may develop on the screen. This is a
normal reaction for the LCD panel, and will not cause
damage to the screen. Either turn the screen away from
the sun, or apply shade to the TV, and the dark areas
will quickly disappear.
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TV Installation - Detachable Speaker Module Installation
Removing the Detachable Speaker Module
This model is shipped with the speaker module attached to the TV. Follow these instructions if, for any reason, you wish to remove
the speaker module.
Tools Needed: Phillips screwdriver, Plastic Plug that is packaged in the Operator’s
Manual plastic envelope.
Note: If you plan to mount the TV on the Table Stand or wall mount,
it is best to remove the Detachable Speaker Module first.
Figure 1
1. Prepare a flat work surface, free of any debris or items which may scratch the
front surface of the TV.
Speaker Module
2. Lay the TV face-down on the work surface with the bottom of the unit closest
to you
Pan Head Screws
3. Position the TV so that the bottom edge overhangs the table by about one
inch.
4. Unscrew the Speaker Module Pan Head Screws on the bottom edge of the TV,
that attach the Speaker Module to the TV (Figure 2)
Figure 2
Unscrew the two Speaker
Module Pan Head Screws
WARNING: Always replace Speaker Module Mounting Screws. Failure to
do so will allow water to seep inside your TV. This can cause serious injury
and can damage your TV.
4. Gently remove the Speaker Module away from the TV. Note that the Speaker
Module Cable Connector is connected to the TV Cable Connector (Figure 3).
5. Disconnect the Speaker Module Cable Connector from the TV Cable
Connector (Figure 3-A).
Figure 3
6. Push the TV Cable Connector back into the TV (Figure 4).
7. Push the Plastic Plug (found in Operators Manual Plastic Envelope)
into the hole (Figure 5).
WARNING: Make sure the plastic plug is put in the hole securely. Failure
to do so will allow water to seep inside your TV. This can cause serious
injury and can damage your TV (Figure 6.)
Figure 3-A
Figure 4
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Figure 5
Figure 6
TV Installation – Rear Panel Internal Connect Source
WARNING: Do not connect the power source before making connections.
Internal Connect Source
The Internal Connect Source allows you to easily connect to the Audio, Video, S-Video, SVGA, HDMI, Audio Out, and RF connectors.
The Internal Connect Source is inside the Cable Cover located on the back of the unit (Figure 1).
1. Unscrew the two gray Thumb Screws (Figure 1), and pull the cover towards you.
2. Route the cables to the proper inputs, and place the cable cords over the Rubber Sealing Gasket (Figure 2).
3. Close the cover.
4. Press firmly on the cover, and screw the Thumb Screws tightly (Figure 3).
Rubber Sealing Gasket
Figure 1
Thumb Screws
Figure 2
Figure 3
TV Installation - Connecting the Power Cord
Do not connect power cord until all cable connections have been made.
Connect the power cord to a GFCI protected AC outlet with an “in-use” waterproof cover.
WARNING:
TV AND GFCI RECEPTACLE MUST BE INSTALLED AT LEAST 5 FEET AWAY FROM STANDING WATER , SUCH AS (BUT NOT
LIMITED TO) A POOL OR SPA.
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TV Installation – Rear Panel Connections
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3
4
5
6
8
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7
9
10
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1.
SERVICE PORT - This USB Service Port is for factory service only...do not use.
2.
SERVICE PORT - This Service Port is for factory service only...do not use.
3.
HDMI 1 - Connects to devices that use HDMI cables such as Blu-ray or HD DVD player or HD cable / satellite set-top box. This connection port
receives pure digital audio and high definition signal through one single cable. This port also can accept a HDCP video device for video or PC
for monitor display usage. Use the SOURCE button to select HDMI1 on your MAIN SOURCE to view this connection. Please note: when using
HDMI, your sound signal must be PCM for the TV to decode digital audio. When using this source for PC display, you must connect the audio
cable to VGA Stereo Input for audio.
4.
HDMI 2 - Same as HDMI 1
5.
VGA STEREO INPUT - This connection port is for people who want to provide audio to the TV when using a PC or a DVI video device. Use a
3.5mm mini-jack audio cable (headphone jack) to provide audio for a HDCP enabled DVI video device or PCs with VGA or DVI connection.
6.
VGA - This connection port connects to a PC for video using VGA cable. Be sure to connect your audio cable to the VGA Stereo input if you
want sound out of the VGA video source. Use the SOURCE button to select VGA on your MAIN SOURCE to view this connection.
7.
COMPONENT 1 (Lower) - This connection ports are for DVD players or satellite/cable set-top boxes that use component cables. From left
to right, connect green, blue and red for video, and then connect white for left channel audio, red for right channel audio. Use the Source
Button to select YPbPr1 to review this connection.
8.
COMPONENT 2 (Upper) - his connection ports are for DVD players or satellite/cable set-top boxes that use component cables. From left
to right, connect green, blue and red for video, and then connect white for left channel audio, red for right channel audio. Use the Source
Button to select YPbPr2 to review this connection.
9.
AV 1 (CVBS or S-Video) - Connects to devices that use composite or s-video cables such as VCR or camcorder or video game consoles.
Connect the video portion with either the yellow connector or the S-Video connector. Do NOT connect both video connectors. Use the
SOURCE button to select AV1 (CVBS) on your MAIN SOURCE if you are using the yellow plug for video, use the SOURCE button to select AV1
(S-Video on your MAIN SOURCE if you are using the S-Video connector to view this connection.
10. DIGITAL AUDIO OUT - This connection port is used for sending out audio signals to other audio devices such as stereo/surround sound
receivers. The orange (SPDIF OUT) connector sends out either bit-stream or PCM digital sound signal to a home theater receiver with digital
input.
11. ATSC/NTSC/QAM – This connection is for digital or analog cable without the cable box or over-the-airwave antennas. The tuner is a hybrid
tuner that tunes to both analog and digital channels. This connection uses coaxial RF cable. For over- the airwave digital stations please
check http://www.antennaweb.org.
12. ANALOG AUDIO OUT (Variable) - Used to connect headphones, stereo receivers and amplified speakers via a 3.5mm headphone jack.
13. RS232 - For remote control using RS232 commands.
14. IR WINDOW - The Internal Infrared (IR) Control Window allows the TV to be controlled from a remote system using IR commands.
(See installation instructions on page 18)
15. 12-VOLT OUT
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TV Installation – Rear Panel Connections
Connection Descriptions:
Cable Descriptions:
Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
Green
Red
White
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TV Installation – Rear Panel Connections
Switching Sources for Ports:
This model offers several options when connecting
your devices to the TV. The chart below will help you
understand which source you switch to for each of the
ports.
CONNECTING TO AN ANTENNA
Connecting to Digital Cable without Cable Box or Antenna
Connecting to Cable or Antenna
1. Make sure the power to the TV is turned off.
1. Make sure the power of the TV is turned off.
2. Connect the Coaxial RF cable from your
antenna or digital cable to the ATSC/NTSC port off
the back of the TV.
2. Connect the Coaxial RF cable from your
antenna or cable to the
ATSC/NTSC port off the back of the TV.
3. Turn on the TV.
3. Turn on the TV.
4. Select TV (Air) for antenna or TV (Cable) for
digital cable from either your remote control’s
source button or source button on the right side
of the TV.
4. Select TV (Air) for antenna or TV (Cable) for
cable from either your remote control’s source
button or source button on the right side of the
TV.
5. Use the On-Screen Display to scan for channels.
5. Use the On Screen Display to scan for channels.
Please Note :
1. Not all broadcasts are in High Definition (HD). Please refer to your local broadcasting stations for more information.
2. The TV’s tuner is designed for HDTV therefore requires a stronger signal than normal TVs. If you cannot achieve that signal level with your antenna or cable, the TV might lose picture or sound.
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TV Installation – Rear Panel Connections
CONNECTING TO AN ANTENNA--(Continued)
Connecting to Cable or Antenna through VCR
1. Make sure the power of the TV is turned off.
2. Make sure there is an antenna or cable
connection to the VCR already.
3. Use a Coaxial RF cable and connect from your
VCR’s Antenna Out or Output to TV to the ATSC/
NTSC port of your TV.
4. Turn on the TV.
5. Select TV (Air) for antenna or TV (Cable) for
digital cable from either your remote control’s
source button or source button on the TV.
6. Use the On-Screen Display to scan for channels.
Please Note :
1. Some VCRs must be turned On before its output will have
a signal to the TV. Please consult your VCR manual for further
reference.
2. Not all broadcasts are in High Definition (HD). Please refer to
your local broadcasting stations for more information.
3. This tuner is designed for HDTV therefore requires a stronger
signal than normal TVs. If you cannot achieve that signal level
with your antenna or cable, the TV might lose picture or sound.
4. This TV will turn off automatically if there’s no signal present
for more than 15 minutes.
CONNECTING TO A DVD PLAYER
Connecting with HDMI (Best)
1. Make sure the power of the TV and your DVD player is
turned off.
2. Connect a HDMI cable to the HDMI port of your DVD
player and the other end to the HDMI port off the back of
your TV.
3. Turn on the TV and your DVD player.
4. Use the remote control’s source button or the source
button on the TV to switch to HDMI.
Please Note :
Refer to the DVD player’s manual to make sure the DVD player
is configured to output correctly to the TV.
Please Note :
1. Refer to the DVD player’s manual to make sure the DVD
player is configured to output correctly to the TV.
2. This TV does not decode Bit stream digital audio, so make
sure the DVD is setup for PCM digital audio through
HDMI.
3. If HDMI 1 is occupied, use HDMI 2 as your connection
port.
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Connecting with
Component
(Better)
1. Make sure the power of TV and your DVD player is turned off.
2. With a Component Cable, connect the green connector to the
DVD player and Component 1’s green connector port on the TV.
3. Connect the blue color connector to your DVD player and
Component 1’s blue connector port on the TV.
4. Connect the red color connector to both your DVD player and
Component 1’s red connector port on the TV.
5. With an RCA Audio Cable, connect the white color connector to
both your DVD player and Component 1’s white connector port
on the TV.
6. Connect the red color connector to both your DVD player and
7. Component 1’s red connector port on the TV.
8. Turn on the TV and your DVD player. Use the remote control’s
source button or the source button on the TV to switch to YPbPr1.
Please Note :
1. If Component 1 is already occupied, please use Component 2 as
your connection port and switch to source YPbPr2.
2. Refer to the DVD player’s manual to make sure the DVD player is
configured to output correctly to the TV.
3. This TV will turn off automatically if there’s no signal present for
more than 15 minutes.
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CONNECTING TO A DVD PLAYER (Continued)
Connecting with S-Video (fair)
1. Make sure the power of the TV and your DVD player is
turned off.
2. Obtain an S-Video Cable. Connect the S-Video connector to
both your DVD player and Composite’s S-Video connector
port off the back of your TV.
3. Obtain a RCA Audio Cable. Connect the white color
connector to both your DVD player and Composite’s white
connector port off the back of your TV.
4. Connect the red color connector to both your DVD player
and Composite’s red connector port off the back of your TV.
5. Turn on the TV and your DVD player.
6. Use the remote control’s source button or the source button
on the right side of the TV to switch to AV1 (S-Video).
Connecting with
Composite (Fair)
1. Make sure the power of the TV and your DVD player is
turned off.
2. Obtain a Yellow Video Cable. Connect the Yellow Video
connector to both your DVD player and Composite’s Yellow
Video connector port off the back of your TV.
3. Obtain a RCA Audio Cable. Connect the white color
connector to both your DVD player and Composite’s white
connector port off the back of your TV.
4. Connect the red color connector to both your DVD player
and Composite’s red connector port off the back of your TV.
5. Turn on the TV and your DVD player.
6. Use the remote control’s source button or the source
button on the right side of the TV to switch to AV1 (CVBS).
Please note:
1. If AV 1 is already occupied, use AV2, as your connection port, and switch source to AV 2 (S-Video)
2. Reference the DVD player’s manual to make sure the DVD player is configured to output correctly to the TV.
3. This TV will turn off automatically if there’s no signal present for more than 15 minutes.
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TV Installation – Rear Panel Connections
Connecting with
Component (Better)
CONNECTING TO A SATELLITE OR CABLE SET-TOP BOX
Connecting with HDMI (Best)
1. Make sure the power of the TV and your set-top box is
turned off.
2. Connect a HDMI cable to the HDMI output of your set-top
box and the other end to the HDMI port off the back of
your TV.
3. Turn on the TV and your set-top box.
4. Use the remote control’s source button or the source
button on the right side of the TV to switch to HDMI 1.
Please Note :
1. Refer to the set-top box’s manual, to make sure the settop box is configured to output correctly to the TV.
2. If HDMI 1 is already occupied, use HDMI 1 as your
connection port and switch source to HDMI 2.
3. This SunBriteTV model supports SONY’s universal remote
code. If SunBriteTV is not listed in the manufacturer list,
look up SONY’s codes in your universal remote’s hand
book.
4. This TV will turn off automatically if there’s no signal
present for more than 15 minutes.
1. Make sure the power of TV and your set-top box is turned off.
2. Obtain a Component Cable. Connect the green color
connector to both your set-top box and Component 1’s green
connector port off the back of your TV.
3. Connect the blue color connector to both your set-top box and
Component 1’s blue connector port off the back of your TV.
4. Connect the red color connector to both your set-top box and
Component 1’s red connector port off the back of your TV.
5. Obtain a RCA Audio Cable. Connect the white color connector
to both your set-top box and Component 1’s white connector
port off the back of your TV to the right side of your green,
blue, red component connection.
6. Connect the red color connector to both your set-top box and
Component 1’s red connector port off the back of your TV to
the right side of your green, blue, red component connection.
7. Turn on the TV and your set-top box.
8. Use the remote control’s source button or the source button
on the TV to switch to YPbPr1.
Please Note :
1. If Component 1 is already occupied, please use Component 2
is your connection port and switch to source YPbPr2.
2. Please refer to the set-top box’s manual to make sure the settop box is configured to output correctly to the TV.
3. This SunBriteTV model supports SONY’s universal remote
code. If SunBriteTV is not listed in the manufacturer list, look
up SONY’s codes in your universal remote’s hand book.
4. This TV will turn off automatically if there’s no signal present
for more than 15 minutes.
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TV Installation – Rear Panel Connections
CONNECTING TO A SATELLITE OR CABLE SET-TOP BOX (Continued)
Connecting with S-Video (Fair)
1. Make sure the power of the TV and your set-top box is
turned off.
2. Obtain an S-Video Cable. Connect the S-Video connector
to both your set-top box and Composite’s S-Video
connector port off the back of your TV.
3. Obtain a RCA Audio Cable. Connect the white color
connector to both your set top box and Composite’s
white connector port off the back of your TV.
4. Connect the red color connector to both your set top box
and Composite’s red connector port off the back of your
TV.
5. Turn on the TV and your set top box.
6. Use the remote control’s source button or the source
button on the right side of the TV to switch to AV1
(S-Video).
Please Note :
1. If AV 1 is already occupied, use AV 2 as your connection
port and switch source to AV 2 (S-Video).
2. Refer to the set-top box’s manual to make sure the set-top
box is configured to output correctly to the TV.
3. This SunBriteTV model supports SONY’s universal remote
code. If SunBriteTV is not listed in the manufacturer list,
look up SONY’s codes in your universal remote’s hand
book.
4. This TV will turn off automatically if there’s no signal
present for more than 15 minutes.
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Connecting with
Composite (Fair)
1. Make sure the power of the TV and your set top box is
turned off.
2. Connect a Yellow Video connector to both your set top box
and Composite’s Yellow Video connector port off the back of
your TV.
3. Connect a white color connector to both your set top box
and Composite’s white connector port off the back of your
TV.
4. Connect the red color connector to both your set top box
and Composite’s red connector port off the back of your TV.
5. Turn on the TV and your set top box.
6. Use the remote control’s source button or the source button
on the right side of the TV to switch to AV1 (CVBS).
Please Note :
1. If AV 1 is already occupied, use AV 2 as your connection port
and switch source to AV 2 (S-Video).
2. Refer to the set-top box’s manual to make sure the set-top
box is configured to output correctly to the TV.
3. This SunBriteTV model supports SONY’s universal remote
code. If SunBriteTV is not listed in the manufacturer list, look
up SONY’s codes in your universal remote’s hand book.
4. This TV will turn off automatically if there’s no signal present
for more than 15 minutes.
TV Installation – Rear Panel Connection Diagrams
CONNECTING TO AN EXTERNAL AMPLIFIER OR AMPLIFIED SPEAKERS
Connecting with Coaxial SPDIF Digital (Best)
Connecting with RCA Audio Analog (Good)
1. Make sure the power of the TV and your receiver is turned
off.
2. Obtain a Coaxial SPDIF cable, connect it to your receiver’s
coaxial SPDIF digital input and the Coaxial SPDIF
connection on the LINE OUT port off the back of the TV.
3. Turn on the TV and your receiver.
1. Make sure the power of the TV and your receiver is turned
off.
2. Obtain a 3.5mm stereo/audio cable (if your amplifier
audio connection requires RCA audio out jacks you
will need to obtain an 1/8” Stereo Mini Plug to RCA
adapter cable). Connect it to your receiver’s audio input
connection and the 3.5mm stereo/audio connection on
the Analog Audio port on the back of the TV.
3. Turn on the TV and your receiver.
Please Note :
1. If you want pure digital stream for your receiver to
decode, you must also configure the TV’s OSD Sound>Digital Audio Out function. Make sure the option is on
Bit Stream.
2. If your receiver is making static noises when receiving Bit
Stream, you must use the PCM option instead.
3. Refer to the receiver’s manual to make sure the receiver is
configured to receive signals correctly from the TV
CONNECTING TO A PC
Connecting with DVI Digital (Best)
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Please Note :
1. If you want pure digital stream for your receiver to
decode, you must also configure the TV’s OSD Sound>Digital Audio Out function. Make sure the option is on
Bit Stream.
2. If your receiver is making static noises when receiving Bit
3. Stream, you must use the PCM option instead.
4. Refer to the receiver’s manual to make sure the receiver
is configured to receive signals correctly from the TV
1. Make sure the power of the TV and your receiver is turned off.
2. Obtain a HDMI to DVI conversion cable; connect the DVI side
of the conversion cable to the DVI output of your PC, and the
HDMI side of the conversion cable to the HDMI port off the
back of TV.
3. Obtain a 3.5 mm Mini-jack, connect to the audio out of your PC
and the other end to the VGA Stereo Input Port.
4. Turn on the power to the TV and the PC.
5. From the remote control’s source button, or the Source button
from the TVs panel, switch to HDMI.
Please Note :
1. For the best picture, set your PC resolution to 1920 x 1080
at 60 Hz. Refer to the PC or graphic card manual for further
instructions on how to set your resolution and refresh rate.
2. Refer to your PC manual for video output requirements of the
video card.
3. The TV will turn off automatically if there’s no signal present for
more than 15 minutes.
4. If HDMI 1 is already occupied, use HDMI 2 as your connection
port, and switch source to HDMI 2.
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TV Installation – Rear Panel Connection Diagrams
CONNECTING TO A PC (Continued)
Connecting with VGA Analog (Good)
1. Make sure the power of the TV and your PC is turned off.
2. Obtain a 15-pin D-Sub VGA cable, connect to the VGA output of
your PC and the other end to the VGA port off the back of your
TV.
3. Obtain a 3.5 mm Mini-jack, connect to the audio out of your PC
and the other end to the VGA Stereo Input port.
4. Turn on the power of the TV and your PC.
5. Use the remote control’s source button or the source button the
TV to switch to VGA.
Please Note :
1. For the best results, please set your PC resolution to
2. 1920 x 1080at 60 Hz. Refer to the PC or graphic card’s manual
for further instructions on how to set your resolution and refresh
rate.
3. Refer to your PC manual for video output requirements of the
video card.
4. The VGA port of the TV features a power saving mode which will
automatically turn off the TV if there is no signal provided for
more than 15 minutes.
IR Emitter Installation
To install the IR Emitter:
The photo to the right shows an IR Emitter* installed.
Tie-Down
IR Window
The end of the Emitter is to be mounted in front of
the IR Emitter Window.
Place the emitter on the white tie-down block and
use the tie-down to secure it in place.
Place the emitter cable over the right or left side
of the cable box and connect the other end of the
emitter to the appropriate control block*.
* Neither the emitter or control block are supplied by
SunBriteTV. See instructions that come with your IR
Emitter and control block to determine how to make the
connections.
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IR Emitter
Tie-Down Block
Place IR Emitter Cable
over right or left side of
the cable box.
TV Installation--Side Panel and Front Panel Controls
Connecting the Power Cord
WARNING:
TV AND GFCI RECEPTACLE MUST BE INSTALLED AT LEAST 5 FEET AWAY FROM STANDING WATER , SUCH AS (BUT NOT LIMITED
TO) A POOL OR SPA.
Connect the power cord after you have made connections to your video equipment.
Connect the power cord to a GFCI-protected AC outlet
with “in-use” waterproof cover.
Warning: TV must be installed at least 5 feet away from
standing water, such as (but not limited to) a pool or
spa.
Side Panel
Power
Turns TV on/off.
Input
Press to change the input sources.
Menu
Displays the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu.
In OSD menu, press key to return to pre-phase.
CH+/CH-
Adjusts channels.
In OSD menu, both keys are used to navigate within the menu.
Vol+ /Vol-
Adjusts volume.
In OSD menu, both keys are used to navigate within menu.
Vol+ is used to select the highlighted options.
Front Panel
IR Sensor
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Remote Control Guide
ON – Powers the TV On.
OFF – Powers the TV Off.
0~9 – Allows you to set the channels directly. To access a digital channel, use these
buttons with the (-) button to switch channels.
Dash (-) – Insert the dash for selecting digital channels directly.
R – Returns to the previous channel.
FREEZE – Freezes the TV picture. Press the button again to unfreeze the picture.
SLEEP– Sets time for the TV to turn Off.
CC– Selects Closed Caption (CC only works under sources TV, AV1 and AV2.)
V+ – Functions the Volume Up.
V- – Functions the Volume Down.
MUTE – Mutes the TVs Audio.
MENU – Opens / Exits the TV menu.
CH+ – Functions the Channel Up.
CH- – Functions the Channel Down.
MTS – Selects stereo, mono, or second audio programming.
h / i / f / g / – Allow you to navigate inside the OSD menu. They also function
as CH+/- and Vol +/-.
– Allows you to select functions inside the OSD menu, acts as the Enter button
for OSD menu for changing channels.
SOUND – Selects various preset sound settings.
EXIT – Exits the TV menu.
PICTURE – Selects various preset picture settings.
GUIDE –Opens the current digital channel information guide.
SOURCE – Cycles between different input sources of the TV.
INFO – Shows current channel information, display input and resolution.
SHIFT – Used with the 0-9 numeric pad to select inputs
ASPECT – Selects different screen sizes
FAVORITE – Cycles the favorite channels.
FAVORITE ADD / DEL – Adds or deletes the current channel from the favorites
channel list.
The following functions (illustrated with bold squares on the remote) are not
applicable to this TV:
SRS
DNR
ADD/Del
CH Lock
The Picture In Picture/Picture On Picture functions Audio, Video, Source,
On/Off, Size and Pos
About the Water-Resistant Remote Control
The SunBriteTV Water-Resistant Remote Controller is engineered to give you many years of service.
“Water-resistant” means that the remote control can be in water for short periods of time without damaging the internal workings of the unit. It
can be left in the rain, and even dropped in water, as long as it is retrieved quickly. The remote control should not be left floating in water.
The functionality of the remote control is under warranty for one year. If the remote control malfunctions within the one-year warranty period,
replace the batteries with new long-life alkaline batteries.
If the problem is not solved with new batteries, contact the SunBriteTV Customer Care Center. SunBriteTV will repair or replace the remote
control at SunBriteTV’s option.
If you have a warranty claim, contact the SunBriteTV Customer Care Center for further instructions.
800.331.4626
www.sunbritetv.com
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Remote Control Guide
On-Screen Display Controls
On-Screen Display Menu
Your TV has been factory-set to plug-in and enjoy your programming. In the event you turn on the TV and get the message, “Please
run Channel Auto Scan,” press your remote’s Menu button, press the Channel function and press Auto Scan.
Note: To run the Channel function, you must be in the TV Source. To access the TV source, click Input on the TV’s side panel or
Source button on the Remote Control. Press TV from the Input Select option.
Picture:
This menu changes
the picture settings
for all ports, such as:
Picture Mode, Contrast,
Brightness, Color,
Sharpness.
Advanced Video controls:
Color Temper, Zoom
Mode, Noise Reduction
and Adaptive Contrast
Audio:
This menu manages the
audio settings such as:
Bass, Treble, Balance, AVC,
Digital Output and Audio
Language, etc.
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Settings
This menu manages:
Parental Controls
Time
Closed Caption
Menu Settings
Language,
and Transparency
Channel:
This menu manages
Channel functions such
as:
Scanning Channels,
Editing Channels,
Checking Signal
Strength, etc.
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On-Screen Display Menu - Picture Menu
Picture Menu
From the PICTURE menu you can adjust PICTURE MODE, CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS, COLOR, TINT SHARPNESS, ADVANCED VIDEO.
1. Press qp buttons to move the cursor to the item to be selected.
Picture Mode
2. Press t u buttons to make the desired adjustments.
Press qp buttons to Picture Mode, then use t u to adjust
the Picture Mode such as Personal/Standard/Dynamic/Soft.
3. When you are satisfied with your adjustments, press MENU or EXIT to exit
the main menu.
Picture Menu
Contrast
Press qp buttons to Contrast, then use t u to adjust the
contrast of the picture.
Brightness
Press qp buttons to Brightness, and use t u to adjust the
brightness of the picture.
Color
Press qp button to Color, then use t u to adjust the color
saturation.
Tint - Tint is not supported on this model.
Sharpness
Press qp buttons to Sharpness, then use t u to adjust the
sharpness level of picture.
Advanced Video - (see below)
Press qp buttons to Advanced Video, then use
t u to adjust the selections for: Color Temper, Zoom Mode,
Noise Reduction, and Overscan and Adaptive Contrast.
Advanced Video
Press qp buttons to Color Temper, then use t u to
select Personal/Nomal/Cool/Warm
Press qp buttons to Zoom Mode, then use t u to
select Wide/Zoom/Cinema/Normal mode
Press qp buttons to Noise Reduction, then use t u
to select Off/Weak/Middle/Strong/Auto
(Overscan is not available on this model.)
Press qp buttons to Adaptive Contrast, then use t u
to select on/off to decide the function operation.
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Adjusting On-Screen Displays – Sound Menu
Sound Menu
1. Press qp buttons to move the cursor to the item to be selected.
2. Press t u buttons to make the desired adjustments.
3. When you are satisfied with your adjustments, press MENU or EXIT
to exit the main menu.
Sound Menu
Sound Mode
Allows you to you choose your sound preferences.
Press qp buttons to Sound Mode, then use t u to
adjust the Sound Mode such as Custom/Standard/
Music/Movie. Pressing Custom allows you to adjust the
following:
Bass
Press qp buttons and then use t u button to increase
or decrease the level of the Bass response.
Treble
Press qp buttons and then use t u buttons to
increase or decrease the level of the Treble sounds.
Balance
Pressd qp buttons and then use t u buttons to
adjust the audio output level between Left and Right
Speakers.
Surround
Surround Sound is not supported on this model.
AVC - Automatic Volume Control
Press qp buttons and then use t u buttons to select
AVC On or Off.
Digital Out
Press qp buttons and then use t u buttons to select
Digital Out selction of PCM or RAM.
Audio Language
Press qp buttons to select one of the audio languages
such as English/French/Spanish.
The language code must be programmed for this option
to be available. If there is no selection it has not been
programmed for this model.
Note: Digital Out and Audio Language are available only
in DTV.
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Adjusting On-Screen Displays – Setting Menu
Setting Menu
1. Press qp buttons to move the cursor to the item to be selected.
2. Press u buttons to make the desired adjustments.
3. When you are satisfied with your adjustments, press MENU or EXIT
to exit the main menu.
Parental Controls
Press qp buttons to Parental Controls, then use
u button to change Parental Control settings.
Follow sub-menu directions on following pages.
Setting Menu
Time
Press qp buttons to Time, then use u button to
change Time settings. Follow sub-menu directions
on following pages.
Closed Caption
Press qp buttons to Time, then use u button to
change Closed Caption settings. Follow sub-menu
directions on following pages.
Menu Settings
Press qp buttons to Menu Settings, then use u
button to change Menu settings. Follow sub-menu
directions on following pages.
VGA Settings
Press qp buttons to Parental Controls, then use
u button to change VGA settings. Follow submenu directions on following pages. Note: VGA
settings may not be available on this TV.
Restore Default
Press qp buttons to Restore Default, then use u
button to the Restore Default control panel.
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Adjusting On-Screen Displays – Setting Menu
Parental Control
Change Password
The Parental Control Menu allows you to change
programming options. To change settings, you must
enter a password.
Press qp buttons to move the cursor to the Enter
Password selection.
Press “Enter Password” to enter the password. (The
default password is 0000.)
Press u button to enter the Change Password
submenu. Enter your old password, then enter the
new password and confirm it. The password will be
changed.
Note: If you change the password, write down the new
password, and keep it in a safe place
Parental Control Sub-Menu
System Lock
The TV is set with the System Lock in the Off
position. To turn the System Lock ON, press qp
buttons and then use t u buttons to select system
lock ON. When you do this, the menu options will
light up.
The Menu Items are: Unrated Lock, US, Canada
Reset RRI.
Unrated Lock
Press qp buttons and then use t u
buttons to select system lock ON or OFF.
When System Lock is ON, Unrated
programming cannot be accessed
US
Press the u button to enter the submenu list
to set the US rating functions. (US Menu is
on the next page.)
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Adjusting On-Screen Displays – Setting Menu
Parental Control - US Menu
From the US Menu, press qp buttons to the TV function.
Press u button to enter the submenu shown below.
TV Menu
TV-Y: For all children
TV-Y7: For children above 7
TV-G: For anyone
TV-PG: Children can watch with guardian
TV-14: Need parent guide
TV-MA: Only for adult
ALL: Select all functions above
FV: Fantasy Violence
L: Language (abusive, sexual)
S: Sexual
V: Violence
D: Dialog (sexual)
MPAA
MPAA
From the US Menu, press qpbuttons to block or
unblock the following ratings:
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC-17
X.
N/A (None)
Note: The curser is set to rest on the N/A rating. As
you press the p button, you will automatically block
each rating.
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Adjusting On-Screen Displays – Setting Menu
Parental Control - Canada Menu
From the Parental Control submenu, press qp buttons to Canada, then press u button for the Canada submenu.
Canada Menu
Canada English
Press the t u button to select one of C / C8+ / G /
PG / 14+ / 18+.
Canada French
Press the t u button to select one of G / 8ans+ /
13ans+ / 16ans+ / 18ans+.
Time Sub-Menu
Sleep Timer
Press qp buttons to Sleep Timer, then use t u buttons
to select the sleep timer. The options are: Off; 5Min;
10Min; 15Min; 30Min; 45Min; 60Min; 90Min; 120Min;
180Min; 240Min.
Time Zone
Press qp buttons to Time Zone, then use t u buttons
to select the correct time zone. The options are: Alaska;
Hawaii; Pacific; Mountain; Central; Eastern.
Daylight Saving Time
Press qp buttons and then use t u buttons to select
Daylight Saving Time ON or OFF.
When Daylight Saving Time is ON, the clocks are set one
hour ahead of local standard time.
Clock
The time is decoded from the digital signal and displayed
(such as DTV,HDMI)
This item is available only in English.
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Adjusting On-Screen Displays – Setting Menu
Closed Caption
From the Setup Menu, press qp buttons to Closed Caption, then press u button to enter the Closed Caption submenu shown below. To turn on the
CC Mode.
Closed Caption Submenu
CC Mode
Press qp buttons and then use t u buttons to turn the CC
Mode ON or OFF
Basic Selection
Press qp buttons and then use t u buttons to select setting
options. The options are CC1 / CC2 / CC3 / CC4 / TEXT1 / TEXT2 /
TEXT3 / TEXT4.
Advanced selection
Press qp buttons and then use t u buttons to select current
zoom mode, the options are Service1 / Service 2 / Service 3 /
Service 4 / Service 5 / Service 6.
Option
Press the u button to enter the submenu list shown below.
Closed Caption-OptionSub-Menu
Closed Caption-OptionSub-Menu
Mode: Press qp keys to select either Default and Custom.
If you set Automatic, the other choices are disabled and can’t
be adjusted.
Font Style: press t u keys to select one of the Defaults and
from Font0 to Font7.
Font Size: press t u to select one of Default / Normal /
Large / Small.
Font Edge Style: press t u keys to select one of Default /
None/Raised/Depressed/Uniform/Left Shadow/Right Shadow.
Font Edge Color: press t u keys to select one of Default /
Black / White / Red / Green / Blue / Yellow / Magenta / Cyan.
FG Color: press t u keys to select one of Default / White /
Black / Red / Green / Blue / Yellow / Magenta / Cyan.
BG Color: press t u keys to select one of Default / Black /
White / Red / Green / Blue / Yellow / Magenta / Cyan.
FG Opacity: press t u to select one of Default / Solid /
Flashing / Translucent / Transparent.
BG Opacity: press t u to select one of Default / Solid /
Flashing / Translucent /Transparent.
Menu Options
From the Setting Menu, press qp buttons to Menu Options, then press u button to enter the Menu submenu shown below.
Menu Settings
Transparency
Press qp buttons to select Transparency, and then press t u
buttons to select 0% / 25% / 50% / 75% / 100%
Menu Language
Press qp buttons to select Menu Language, and then press
t u buttons to select English/French/Spanish
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Adjusting On-Screen Displays – Channel Menu
Channel Menu
1. Press qp buttons to move the cursor to the item to be selected.
2. Press t u buttons to make the desired adjustments.
3. When you are satisfied with your adjustments, press MENU or EXIT
to exit the main menu.
Channel Menu
The CHANNEL MENU can be used in the TV Source
mode only.
To access the TV Source, click Input on the TV’s side
panel or the Source button on the Remote Control.
Press TV from the Input Select option.
To search:
Air/Cable
Press t u buttons to select Air or Cable.
Auto Scan
Press the u button to enter the submenu list below
Auto Scan
Cable system
Press the t u button to select the cable system.
Start to Scan
Press the u button to start auto scan.
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Adjusting On-Screen Displays – Channel Menu
Favorite
Favorite
From the Channel Menu, press the qp buttons
to select Favorite. Press the u button to enter the
submenu shown at left.
Press qp keys to select channels, and press OK to
add current channel to Favorite Channel Table.
Follow the same directions to delete a channel from
the Favorite Channel Table.
Show/Hide Menu
Show/Hide
From the Channel Menu, press the qp buttons to
select Show/Hide. Press the u button to enter the
submenu (shown left).
Press qp keys to your desired channel. Press OK
to show or hide the specified channel.
If the channel is Hidden, user will be unable to
see the channel by pressing CH+ or CH-. They can
select the channel by pressing the channel number
directly.
Channel Menu
From the Channel Menu, press the qp buttons to
select the following functions:
Channel No.
Press the t u button to select the channel No.
Channel Label
Press the u button to enter the submenu, where you
can edit the channel label.
DTV Signal
This item shows current DTV signal strength.
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Trouble Shooting
The following table contains the common problems and the solutions to these problems. Please check this list before you contact
the technicians.
Trouble
Solutions
Trouble
Solutions
No picture
Check the following: Power cord is connected correctly. Power is turned on.
The video cable is connected correctly. You have selected the proper input signal
source.
If you have done the above, without resolve, unplug TV for at least one hour to
perform Hard Reset.
Picture quality is
very poor
For best image quality, view HD wide screen programs. If HD content is not
available, view “Standard Definition” from a digital source. Standard, analog TV
will be noticeable inferior to HD quality.
Some pixels are
always displaying
the same color
SunBriteTV LCD screens are manufactured with rigorous standards to maintain
optimal viewing. However, the LCD screen may have minor defects that appear
as a small bright or dark pixel. This is common to all LCD screens used in display
and television products, and is not specific to SunBriteTV. For more information,
see SunBriteTV’s Pixel Quality Policy in this manual.
Switching a
channel or source
changes the
volume
Different channels and inputs sometimes have this effect because the channel
signal’s volume is pre-set.
There is noise or
trash pixels on the
screen
When your TV’s resolution is higher than the digital channel’s broadcast
resolution, the signal is up-converted to match your TV’s resolution. Upconverting can cause this kind of effect.
Tips for highdefinition users
The TV is an ideal platform for viewing High-definition content. The best image
quality can be achieved by HDMI, YPbPr (component), then VGA. However, due
to variances in broadcast practices, it is possible that some image distortion
may occur.
Tips for letterbox
content users
Letterbox (widescreen) versions of DVD movies are most commonly formatted
for standard 4:3 TVs. The TV has the capability of expanding this content so
the entire screen is filled, at the expense of the image proportion. To use this
function, press the aspect button on the remote control and cycle among the
available options.
The TV turns off
automatically
The TV features a power-saving mode which will automatically turn off the TV
if there is no signal provided for 15 minutes.
Abnormal colors
Match the colors on the cable to the connector. (Red cable to red colored port.)
Picture is too dark
Adjust your contrast, brightness and lamp settings from the OSD Menu
Audio only, no
picture
Make sure both the Audio and Video cables are connected.
The TV Tuner signal must not be lower than 65 per cent.
Unplug TV for at least one hour to perform Hard Reset.
Picture only, no
audio
Make sure the Audio cable is connected.
Readjust your volume via the remote control.
The TV Tuner signal must not be lower than 65 per cent.
Remote Control
does not work
Turn off the TV, unplug it from the socket. Remove the batteries out of the remote
for 30 minutes. Press the remote buttons and the power button randomly for two
full seconds, then reinstall the batteries.
The TV’s remote sensor is housed in the same place as the power indicator light.
Make sure there is line of sight from the remote control’s first sensor to the remote
sensor of the TV.
Cannot receive
sufficient
channels through
the ATSC/NTSC
Tuner
The TV’s tuner signal must not be lower than 65 percent.
Change the direction of your antenna and re-scan the channels.
If you have cable, call the cable provider and ask to have your signal strength
checked.
No color
Adjust your picture setup and make sure the saturation and the RGB are not turned
all the way down.
Weak Signal or no
program symbol
on screen
The TV’s tuner signal must not be lower than 65 percent.
Change the direction of your antenna and re-scan the channels.
If you have cable, call the cable provider and ask to have your signal strength
checked.
TV’s Universal
Remote Code
This television follows SONY’s universal remote code. If SunBriteTV is not listed in
the manufacturer list, look up SONY’s codes in your universal remote’s hand book.
TV channels are
blocked
Check the Auto Lock function settings on the OSD. Channels may have been locked
previously.
The TV turns on
or off slowly, and
the screen shows
up slowly
This is a High Definition liquid crystal display panel TV. It requires a few more
seconds than normal TVs to power up and show the picture.
No sound to PC
Make sure you have a 3.5 mm mini-jack cable connected from your PC’s sound
output to the TV’s VGA Stereo Input.
HDCP video says
no HDCP support
Reboot your HDCP video device by turning it off, and unplugging the power cord.
Wait up to 8 minutes to plug the power back in to see if that works.
HDCP video has
no audio
Make sure you have a 3.5 mm mini-jack cable connected from your HDCP video
device sound output to the TV’s VGA stereo input. If your HDCP video device uses
RCA audio jacks, you’ll need to obtain a RCA audio converted into a 3.5 mm minijack cable.
Cannot get 1920
x 1080 from PC
VGA
The screen’s max resolution is 1920 x 1080. Your video card may not support this
resolution. Check your video card’s maximum resolution, and use that setting.
Picture is
distorted or has
an abnormal
sound
This might be from interference from large electrical appliances, cars, motorcycles
or fluorescent lights. If the TV is close to the wall, try moving the TV to another
location to see if the problem still occurs.
Picture does not
cover the entire
screen
If you are using HDMI or a TV digital channel, use the Aspect button to switch
to 16:9 format. If you are using VGA, use the AUTO ADJUST function to adjust to
the screen. Note: If you are using regular analog TV, AV or component in 480i
resolution, use the ASPECT button to switch to 16:9 in order to fill up the screen.
However, this feature will distort the picture.
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Care of SunBriteTV
Important Information About the Anti-Reflective Window on your SunBriteTV Outdoor Television
The anti-reflective window on your all-weather TV is designed to dramatically reduce reflection and improve the contrast of
the image on your TV. In order to preserve the anti-reflective properties of the window, it is imperative that you follow the
maintenance guidelines below:
CLEANING THE ANTI-REFLECTIVE WINDOW
Do not use any abrasive cleaners or acrylic cleaning products to clean the windows as they damage the anti-reflective
surface. For best results, we recommend the use of 91% isopropyl alcohol applied with a damp lint-free cloth. Windex (or
other common household cleaners) can also be used. Also available is SunBriteTV’s special outdoor formula Cleaning Kit.
OUTDOOR DUST COVER
When the TV is not in use, we recommend that you keep it covered with a SunBriteTV fitted Outdoor Dust Cover. This will
keep the TV clean, protect the finish and ensure years of maximum enjoyment.
To Order the Dust Cover or Cleaning Kit, contact your Authorized SunBriteTV Dealer, SunBriteTV’s Customer Care Center at
800.331.4626, or visit our website at www.sunbritetv.com.
General Cleaning
Remove any dirt and salt deposits from the unit, being careful to rinse the cloth frequently to avoid scratching the TV or screen
surface. Avoid using harsh chemicals, abrasives, or solvents when cleaning any surface on the unit.
Snow and Ice
Use a soft brush and towel to remove snow and ice from the unit.
Fiber Filter
Over time, the fiber filter collects dirt and must be cleaned or replaced.
The Fiber Filters are housed in Filter Holders located on the back of the TV, inside the Intake Vent and Cooling Exhaust (Figure 1). Over
time, the fiber filter collects dirt and must be cleaned or replaced.
1. Release the Fiber Filters by unscrewing the screws above the Filter Holder (Figure 2).
2. Pull Filter Holder from the TV. (Figures 3 and 4)
3. With your fingers, Pull the Fiber Filters out of the Filter Holder. Clean by removing the filter and washing with warm soapy water. Allow
to completely air dry overnight prior to reinstalling. (Do not compress or squeeze filters as it will break down it’s cellular structure.)
4. Put the Fiber Filters back into the Filter Holder, place back into the TV and screw securely.
CAUTION! NEVER SPRAY OR DIRECT A HOSE INTO THE VENT AREA OF THE TV.
To Order Replacement Filters, contact SunBriteTV’s Customer Care Center at 800.331.4626.
Figure 1
Cooling
Exhaust
Figure 3
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Fiber Filter Holders
Figure 2
Filter Holder Screws
Intake
Vent
Figure 4
Blue Fiber Filter
Specifications
Specifications for SunBriteTV Model 2220HD
LCD Screen
21.6-inch diagonal TFT Active Matrix
Resolution
1366 x 768
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Contrast Ratio
2500:1
H/V Viewing Angle
176o by 176o
Response Time
6.5 milliseconds
TV Formats
1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480i, 480p
Input Connectors:
RF
HDMI
Video Composite
Video Component
PC
Antenna/CATV (NTSC, ATSC, QAM)
HDMI Input x 2
S-Video x1 and Composite Video x1, L/R Audio Inputs x1
YPbPr x1 plus Stereo Audio x 2
15-pin D-sub VGA plus Stereo Audio
Control Set
RS232 Serial, Discrete IR Control, Concealed IR Window
Audio Out
SPDIF Audio (fixed output)
Analog Headphone Jack (variable output)
Speakers
5-watt x 2 channels, detachable speaker module
Exterior
Powder-coated aluminum
Input Power
100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz 1.5A Max
Operating Temp.
-24o to 122o F. (-31o to 50o C.) *
Non-op. Temp.
(Off-mode with
power applied)
-24o to 140o F. (-31o to 60o C.)
The non-operating temperature feature requires power to
be applied
Accessories Included
Water-resistant remote control
Removable table top stand
TV Dimensions
23 in. W x 16.49 in H w/speaker module,
14.80 in. H w/o speaker module x 4.55 in. D
Weight
20 lbs., 23 lbs. with feet
Shipping Dimensions
30.31 in. W x 19.49 in. H x 8.86 in. D
Shipping Weight
25 lbs.
Warranty, Residential
Warranty, Commercial
Two-year, in-factory, parts and labor
One year, in factory, parts and labor
Mount Pattern
75mm x 75mm or 100mm x 100mm
SunBriteTV Model 2220HD
(All dimensions are in inches)
17.21 (W/ FEET)
16.49 (W/ SPEAKER)
14.80 (W/OUT SPEAKER)
23.00
5.88 (W/ MOUNT)
4.55 (UNIT ONLY)
TV Dimensions are:
23 in. W x 16.49 in. H x 4.55 in. D
Height dimension without speaker module is 14.80
Height dimension with table top stand is 16.62 in.
TV with optional wall mount measures 5.88 in. when folded flush against the wall.
Specifications are subject to change.
*Temperature range is for operation in shaded location.
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Features Information and Instructions
Extreme Climate Warning
If temperatures below -24O F. are expected, we recommend that you bring your SunBriteTV inside to prevent damage to the LCD screen.
Programming Other Manufacturers’ Universal Remote Control Devices
When programming a DirectTV, local cable universal remote control or Control system, you may find that SunBriteTV is not on the list of
TV manufacturers. If that is the case, this model supports SONY’s universal remote code.
SunBriteTV Pixel Quality Policy
SunBriteTV’s Pixel Quality Policy
(Applicable to LCD TVs sold within USA and Canada only.)
SunBriteTV LCD screens are manufactured with rigorous standards to maintain optimal viewing. However, the LCD screen may have minor
defects that appear as a small bright or dark pixel. This is common to all LCD screens used in display and television products, and is not specific to
SunBriteTV.
Bright dots are dots that appear bright and unchanged in size when a LCD TV screen displays a black pattern.
Dark dots are dots that appear dark and unchanged in size when a LCD TV screen displays a pure red, green, or blue pattern.
Adjacent dots are pixels located directly next to each other.
Your SunBriteTV will be replaced under warranty if it meets one of the following criteria:
—A total of 7 defective pixels, including both bright dots and dark dots are present. (The LCD TV screen on this TV has over a million pixels.)
—2 or more pairs of adjacent bright dots are present.
—3 adjacent bright dots are present.
—3 adjacent dark dots are present.
To locate defective pixels, the LCD panel should be examined under normal operating conditions, in its native display resolution, with a 90
degree viewing angle, from a distance of a approximately 20 inches.
To qualify for replacement, a defective LCD screen must be reported to SunBriteTV within 60 days from the day the customer receives the
TV.
For questions, please call our toll-free service number at 800.331.4626.
Appendix A - RS232 Control Cable Pinout
DB9F, Typical
PC Serial / Control System
RS232 port.
1/8" Stereo Plug
1
6
1
5
Com Specs: 9600 baud 8 data, 1 stop, no parity
Rx Data
Ground From control
system
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Tx Data
to control
system
Appendix B - RS232 Control Codes
RS 232 Control codes SunbriteTV
Com Spec: 9600,8,1,n
Function
ASCII
HEX
Command Received Response
from TV to control system
Command Executed Response
from TV to control system
Model Class ID
[ESC]?
1B 3F
[B3220AHD-X.XX] or
[B4610AHD-X.XX]
na
Power Status
[ESC]!
1B 21
[PWRON]
[PWROFF]
na
Power Toggle
[ESC]$
1B 24
[$]
[PWR]
Power ON
[ESC]A
1B 41
[A]
[PWRON]
Power OFF
[ESC]B
1B 42
[B]
[PWROFF]
Tuner Input
[ESC]C
1B 43
[C]
[TN1]
Composite Video Input 1
[ESC]D
1B 44
[D]
[AV1(CVBS)]
S-Video Input 1
[ESC]E
1B 45
[E]
[AV1(S-VIDEO)]
Composite Video Input 2
[ESC]F
1B 46
[F]
[AV2(CVBS)]
S-Video Input 2
[ESC]G
1B 47
[G]
[AV2(S-VIDEO)]
Component1 Input
[ESC]H
1B 48
[H]
[YpbPr1]
Component2 Input
[ESC]I
1B 49
[I]
[YpbPr2]
HDMI Input 1
[ESC]J
1B 4A
[J]
[HDMI1]
VGA Input
[ESC]K
1B 4B
[K]
[VGA]
HDMI Input 2
[ESC]L
1B 4C
[L]
[HDMI2]
Mute
[ESC]X
1B 58
[X]
[MUTE]
Vol Up
[ESC]Y
1B 59
[Y]
[VOL+]
Vol Down
[ESC]Z
1B 5A
[Z]
[VOL-]
Channel Up
[ESC]V
1B 56
[V]
[CH+]
Channel Down
[ESC]W
1B 57
[W]
[CH-]
1
[ESC]1
1B 31
[1]
na
2
[ESC]2
1B 32
[2]
na
3
[ESC]3
1B 33
[3]
na
4
[ESC]4
1B 34
[4]
na
5
[ESC]5
1B 35
[5]
na
6
[ESC]6
1B 36
[6]
na
7
[ESC]7
1B 37
[7]
na
8
[ESC]8
1B 38
[8]
na
9
[ESC]9
1B 39
[9]
na
0
[ESC]0
1B 30
[0]
na
-
[ESC]-
1B 2D
[-]
na
Channel Return(Previous Channel)
[ESC]r
1B 72
[r]
na
Source Toggle
[ESC]b
1B 62
[SRC]
na
Aspect
[ESC]a
1B 61
[ASPECT]
na
Enter
[ESC]e
1B 65
[ENTER]
na
Info
[ESC]i
1B 69
[INFO]
na
CC
[ESC]c
1B 63
[CC]
na
Sleep
[ESC]z
1B 7A
[SLEEP]
na
Picture
[ESC]p
1B 70
[PICT]
na
Sound
[ESC]s
1B 73
[SND]
na
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