LOGIK 23 inch Iplayer LED 1080P Smart TV

LOGIK 23 inch Iplayer LED 1080P Smart TV
23” LED SMART TV
Instruction Manual
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Contents
Preparation..........................................................................................................................................................................................5
Unpacking the TV................................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Installing / Removing the Base Stand..........................................................................................................................................................................6
Front / Top / Side View and Controls............................................................................................................................................................................7
Rear View and Sockets.......................................................................................................................................................................................................8
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control.................................................................................................................................................................9
Remote Control Operation Range.................................................................................................................................................................................9
Remote Control..................................................................................................................................................................................................................10
Connections.......................................................................................................................................................................................12
Making Video and Audio Connections......................................................................................................................................................................12
Connecting an AV Device with an HDMI Cable......................................................................................................................................................12
Connecting a Computer with a VGA Cable..............................................................................................................................................................13
Connecting an AV Device with a Component (YPbPr) Cable............................................................................................................................13
Connecting an AV Device with a SCART Cable.......................................................................................................................................................14
Connecting an AV Device with Composite Cable..................................................................................................................................................14
Connecting a Digital (Coaxial) Audio Receiver.......................................................................................................................................................15
Connecting Earphones....................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Initial Setup.......................................................................................................................................................................................16
Turning the TV on for the First Time...........................................................................................................................................................................16
−− Target Region Descriptor....................................................................................................................................................................................17
−− Selecting the Input Source................................................................................................................................................................................17
−− Channel Selection ................................................................................................................................................................................................17
−− Display Channel Information............................................................................................................................................................................17
−− Volume Adjustment..............................................................................................................................................................................................17
Using the Features............................................................................................................................................................................18
TV Settings (TV, DTV or Radio Mode).........................................................................................................................................................................18
−− Auto Scan (ATV / DTV mode).............................................................................................................................................................................18
−− DTV Manual Tuning (DTV mode).....................................................................................................................................................................18
−− ATV Manual Tuning (ATV mode)......................................................................................................................................................................19
−− Programme Edit (ATV / DTV Mode).................................................................................................................................................................19
−− Signal Information (DTV Mode)....................................................................................................................................................................... 20
−− CI (Common Interface) (DTV Mode)................................................................................................................................................................21
−− Software Update (USB)........................................................................................................................................................................................21
Picture Setting................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Customising the Sound Setting.................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
−− Mono / Nicam Stereo Sound Reception (ATV Mode).............................................................................................................................. 24
−− Speaker Sound Output Selection (DTV Mode).......................................................................................................................................... 24
Extras Setting..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
−− Sleep Timer............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 25
−− Start Recording...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
−− Schedule List.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
−− Recorded List.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
−− Timer Record.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 27
−− PVR File System (DTV Mode)............................................................................................................................................................................. 27
−− PC Setup (PC Mode)............................................................................................................................................................................................. 28
Options Setting................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 29
−− OSD Language....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
−− Audio Language (DTV Mode)........................................................................................................................................................................... 29
−− Subtitle Language (DTV Mode)....................................................................................................................................................................... 30
−− Menu Time Out...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
−− Country..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
−− Restore Factory Default.......................................................................................................................................................................................31
−− Auto Standby..........................................................................................................................................................................................................31
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Lock Setting........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 32
−− Lock System............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 32
−− Set Password.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
−− Lock Channel.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 33
−− Parental Guidance................................................................................................................................................................................................ 34
Using the Features............................................................................................................................................................................35
EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) (DTV Mode).................................................................................................................................................. 35
−− Switch On / Off EPG.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 35
−− Select a Programme............................................................................................................................................................................................ 35
−− Button Functions in a 7 Days Guide............................................................................................................................................................... 35
Teletext (ATV Mode)......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
−− To Turn on Teletext Function........................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Digital Teletext (DTV Mode).......................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
−− Teletext within Digital Service......................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Entertainment...................................................................................................................................................................................38
Connecting to Network.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 38
−− Connecting to a Wired Network..................................................................................................................................................................... 38
−− Wired Network Setup.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
−− Connecting to a Wireless Network................................................................................................................................................................ 39
−− Wireless Network Setup..................................................................................................................................................................................... 39
−− WPS (WiFi Protected Setup).............................................................................................................................................................................. 40
Personal Account Setup..................................................................................................................................................................................................41
Access Personal Account.................................................................................................................................................................................................41
Using the i-Player.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 42
−− i-Player Search....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 43
−− i-Player Advanced Setting................................................................................................................................................................................. 43
−− i-Player Upgrade................................................................................................................................................................................................... 45
Connecting a USB Storage Device.............................................................................................................................................................................. 46
Viewing Photos.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 46
Listening to Music............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 47
Watching Movies............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48
Viewing Texts..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48
PVR (Personal Video Recorder)........................................................................................................................................................50
Time Shift Function (DTV Mode)................................................................................................................................................................................. 50
Recording DTV Programme onto a USB Storage Device....................................................................................................................................51
Timer Programming.........................................................................................................................................................................................................51
Play Recorded Programme .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 52
Maintenance......................................................................................................................................................................................53
Hints and Tips....................................................................................................................................................................................54
Display Modes...................................................................................................................................................................................55
YPbPr Mode........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 55
PC Mode............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 55
HDMI Mode ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 55
Specifications....................................................................................................................................................................................56
Safety Warnings................................................................................................................................................................................58
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Thank you
for purchasing your new Logik 23" LED Smart TV.
Your new TV has many features and incorporates the latest technology to enhance your viewing
experience. We recommend that you spend some time reading this instruction manual in order that you
fully understand these features. You will also find some hints and tips to help you resolve any issues.
Read all the safety instructions carefully before use and keep this instruction manual for future reference.
Preparation
Unpacking the TV
Remove all packaging from the TV. Retain the packaging. If you dispose of it please do so according to local regulations.
The following items are included:
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Source
TV
TV/Radio
I-Player
Quick
Start
Help
Menu
Guide
Search
Exit
Info
OK
VOL
CH
R
Preparation
DVD
Menu
P
S
Picture
Sound
SD1
IP
1
2
@
abc
4
3
def
5
ghi
+Day
-Day
IP Setup
6
jkl
mno
7
8
9
pqrs
tuv
wxyz
SUB
0
TXT
Shuffle
Text
Delete
User
RCC005
TV
Remote Control / AA Batteries x 2
(P.N.: 118020207 & 118030018)
Mains Adapter
(P.N.: 118010045)
TV Base
(P.N.: 104130001)
Glass Stand Screw A x 3
(P.N.: 0103020024 (2822/ST4*10F))
Stand Neck Screw B x 4
(P.N.: 103010046 (M4*10))
Component Adapter Cable
(P.N.: 117030014)
Instruction Manual
(P.N.: XXXXX)
A/V Adapter Cable
(P.N.: 117030015)
Quick Start Guide
(P.N.: 120010111)
Ethernet Cable (3m)
(P.N.: 0114090187)
Digital TV Switchcover Addendum
(P.N.: DTVADM﹣001)
If items are missing, or damaged please contact Partmaster (UK only). Tel: 0844 800 3456 for assistance.
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Installing / Removing the Base Stand
• Remove the base stand before mounting the TV onto the wall.
• The LED display is very fragile, and must be protected at all times when installing and removing the base stand. Be
sure that no hard or sharp object, or anything that could scratch or damage the LED display, comes into contact with
it. DO NOT exert pressure on the front of the TV at any time because the screen could crack.
1. Disconnect all cables connected to the TV.
2. Lay the TV down on a flat surface with the back side
facing up. Please make sure to place a soft cushioned
material (such as a pillow or thick piece of foam)
beneath the screen.
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3. To install the base stand, attach the base stand with
the arrows facing down. Then use the 3 screws to fix
the base stand to the TV.
Screw A x 3
(P.N.: 0103020024)
screw
4. To remove the base stand, lay the TV down on a flat
surface with the back side facing up. Please make sure
to place a soft cushioned material (such as a pillow or
thick piece of foam) beneath the screen. Untighten
the 3 screws that hold the base stand to the rear of
the TV. Slide the base stand out.
unscrew
Keep all the spare screws should you want
to use the base stand option.
Screw B x 4
(P.N.: 103010046)
100 mm
100 mm
5. Mounting on the wall. This TV is designed to be wallmounted with a standard 100 mm x 100 mm mounting
kit designed for flat-panel TVs (sold separately). Mount
this TV according to the instructions included in the
mounting kit. Due to space restrictions, we recommend
that you make all connections (refer to pages 12-15 and
page 46 for details) before mounting on to the wall.
Four mounting holes
(Screw size M4 x 10mm)
• Please read this instruction manual carefully while setting up your TV.
• If you require additional assistance please call our UK Call Centre on 0844 561 1234. Our UK
Customer Contact Centre is open Monday-Saturday 8am-8pm or Sunday 8am-6pm.
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Front / Top / Side View and Controls
3
4
-
5
6
7
-
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1
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2
Item
Description
1
POWER LED
Illuminates green when the TV is turned on. Illuminates red when the TV is in standby
mode. The LED will illuminate green when the timer programming has started in the
standby mode.
2
IR (Infrared Receiver)
Receives IR signals from the remote control.
Do not put anything near the sensor, as its function may be affected.
3
MENU
Displays the OSD (on screen display) menu.
4
CH + / –
Press to select a channel or select a sub-menu from the OSD menu.
5
VOL + / –
Adjusts the volume.
Press to select and adjust a setting in the OSD menu.
6TV/AV
Press to select among different input signal sources:
DTV / ATV / SCART / YPBPR / PC / HDMI / AV / USB.
Confirmed the selection on OSD menu.
7STANDBY
Switches the TV on from standby mode.
Switches the TV back to standby mode.
8
To connect to the Wireless LAN Adaptor.
Allows the insertion of a USB storage device to play video, audio, photo and text files
(Media mode) and record DTV programmes on to a USB storage device.
USB / WIFI
9NETWORK
To connect the broadband router.
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Aerial
Common Interface
Rear View and Sockets
7
8
9
POWER
USB
HDMI
1
2
3
VGA
PC-IN
SCART
4
5
Headphone out
Digital
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YPbPr
AV
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10
11
6
Socket
Description
1POWER
Connects the mains adapter to the mains socket.
2USB
Allows the insertion of a USB storage device to play video, audio, photo and text files
(Media mode) and record DTV programmes on to a USB storage device.
3HDMI
To connect to a High-Definition (HD) signal output device, such as a set-top box, blu-ray
disc player or AV receiver.
4
To connect to a computer or other devices with a VGA interface.
VGA / PC-IN
5SCART
To connect to a VCR, DVD Player, or other AV device with a SCART output socket.
6
To connect to the earphones.
7
Headphone out
Common Interface Slot
Allows the insertion of a Common Access Module. (Refer to page 21 for details)
8Aerial
To connect to the aerial socket on the wall with the RF coaxial cable.
9AV
To connect to the Composite VIDEO and AUDIO (L/R) output sockets on external video
devices.
10 YPbPr / AV
To connect to a DVD player, Digital Set-Top-Box, or other AV devices with component
(YPbPr) video and audio output sockets.
11 Digital (Coaxial)
To connect to the audio socket on the digital/standard 5.1 audio system.
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Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
1. Press and lift the back cover to open the battery compartment of the
remote control.
2. Insert two AA size batteries. Make sure to match the (+) and ( - ) ends
of the batteries with the (+) and ( - ) ends indicated in the battery
compartment.
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3. Close the battery compartment cover.
Handling the Remote Control
• Take care of your fingernails when you press and
hold the battery release tab.
• Do not drop or cause impact to the remote control.
• Do not spill water or any liquid on the remote
control.
• Do not place the remote control on a wet object.
• Do not place the remote control under direct
sunlight or near sources of excessive heat.
• Remove the battery from the remote control
when not in use for a long period of time, as it
could cause corrosion or battery leakage and may
result in physical injury and/or property damage
including fire.
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Handling the Batteries
• Improper or incorrect use of batteries may cause
corrosion or battery leakage, which could cause
fire, personal injury or damage to property.
• Only use the battery type indicated in this manual.
• When the batteries are exhausted, the remote will
not function. Replace both batteries at the same
time with new ones.
• Do not install new batteries with used ones and do
not mix different types of batteries.
• Do not dispose of used batteries as domestic
waste. Dispose of them in accordance with local
regulations.
Remote Control Operation Range
Point the remote control at the TV no more than 5 metres from the remote control
sensor on the TV and within 60° in front of the TV. The operating distance may vary
depending on the brightness of the room.
30°
30°
5M
Source
TV
TV/Radio
I-Player
Quick
Start
Help
Menu
Guide
Search
Exit
Info
OK
VOL
CH
R
DVD
Menu
P
S
Picture
Sound
SD1
IP
+Day
-Day
IP Setup
1
2
3
@
abc
def
4
5
ghi
6
jkl
7
mno
8
pqrs
9
tuv
wxyz
0
SUB
TXT
Shuffle
Text
Delete
User
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Remote Control
1. Source
Select among the different input signal sources:
DTV / ATV / SCART / YPBPR / PC / HDMI / AV / USB.
2.
3.
Mutes and restores your TV sound.
Switches the TV between on and standby mode.
4. TV / Radio
• A short-cut to switch input source to TV / Digital radio
channels.
• Press to exit from i-Player and go to TV mode. (Internet Player
mode)
5.
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6.
Press to set the multi-satellite mode.
• No Satellite Receiver
Press the button and then press the numeric 0.
• Satellite Receiver with Recorder (known as "Plus" type)
Press the button and then press the numeric 1.
• Satellite Receiver with High Definition (known as "HD"
type)
Press the button and then press the numeric 2.
• Digital Satellite Receiver (known as "Digital" type)
Press the button and then press the numeric 3.
I-Player
Press to switch to Internet Player mode. (Internet Player mode)
1
Source
2
5
4
7
8
12
11
14
3
6
TV
TV/Radio
Quick
Start
Help
Menu
I-Player
10
Guide
Search
Exit
Info
OK
VOL
CH
16
17
9
13
15
R
DVD
Menu
P
S
Picture
Sound
SD1
IP
7. Menu
Display the OSD (On Screen Display) menu.
+Day
-Day
IP Setup
8. Help
Display the helpline.
9. Quick Start
One press button to search all TV channels. It will take up to 10
minutes.
10.
Search
• Return to the previous viewing channel. (ATV / DTV mode)
• Search on the internet. (Internet Player mode)
11.
Exit
Exit the OSD menu.
12.
Guide
Displays the EPG (Electronic Programme Guide). (DTV mode)
1
2
3
@
abc
def
4
5
6
ghi
jkl
mno
7
8
9
pqrs
tuv
wxyz
SUB
0
TXT
Shuffle
13. Info
• Display the present channel information such as the current
time and channel name. (ATV / DTV mode)
• Display the present disc information. (DVD mode)
• Display the information of the current playing media and the
next media. (Media mode)
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14.VOL + / –
Adjusts the volume.
15.CH + / –
Select a channel.
16.
Allows you to navigate the OSD menus and adjust the system
settings to your preference.
OK
Confirm the selection in the OSD menus.
17.
To stop the playback or recording. (DVD / Media mode)
Please note that there are DVD mode functions on the remote control only operate on
TV models with a built-in DVD player.
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18.
Eject a disc. (DVD mode)
19.
Record the current programme. (DTV mode)
20.
To reverse playback rapidly. (DVD / Media mode)
Source
21.
To advance playback rapidly. (DVD / Media mode)
TV
22.DVD Menu
Display the DVD menu. (DVD mode)
TV/Radio
23.P
• Press the P button once and then press the
buttons to
select picture mode: Standard / Dynamic / User / Mild.
• Press the P button twice and then press the
buttons to
allow you to watch the screen in various picture formats: 4:3 /
16:9 / Zoom1 / Zoom2 / Panorama.
Guide
27.IP
Press for the initial setup and to connection to the network.
(Internet Player mode)
28.
18
20
22
23
24
26
27
30
To skip to the beginning of the previous chapter / track / photo.
(DVD / Media mode)
To skip to the beginning of the next chapter / track / photo.
(DVD / Media mode)
+Day
Press to view the schedule of the next day.
30.Coloured buttons
Access the TELETEXT items or channel edit when using Digital /
Freeview TV Channels. (ATV / DTV mode)
OK
VOL
–Day
Press to view the schedule of the previous day.
29.
Info
31
32
34
CH
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19
R
21
DVD
Menu
P
S
Picture
25
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26.SD1
Display the onscreen keyboard. (Internet Player mode)
Search
Exit
24.
• To start the timeshift playback. (DTV mode)
• To start playback or pause. (Media / DVD mode)
25.S
buttons to
• Press the S button once and then press the
select sound mode: Standard / Music / Movie / Sports / User.
• Press the S button once and then press the
buttons to
select Mono to Nicam Stereo (ATV mode)
I-Player
Quick
Start
Help
Menu
Sound
SD1
IP
+Day
-Day
IP Setup
1
2
3
@
abc
def
4
5
6
ghi
jkl
mno
7
8
9
pqrs
tuv
wxyz
SUB
0
TXT
Shuffle
31.0-9 Number Button
• Press to select a programme. (ATV / DTV mode)
• Press to select Sat Channel number (Satellite mode)
• Press to enter numbers and text. (Internet Player mode)
Text
Delete
User
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28
33
35
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32.SUB
• Selects subtitles which are broadcast with the programme.
(DTV / Satellite mode).
• Selects subtitles on the DVD. (DVD mode)
Shuffle
Press to shuffle play list. (Media mode)
33.TXT
Turns on and off the teletext function. (ATV / DTV mode)
34.Delete
Press to remove a character during text entry. (Internet Player
mode)
35.User
Press to create / access a user account. (Internet Player mode)
Please note that there are DVD mode functions on the remote control only operate on
TV models with a built-in DVD player.
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Connections
Making Video and Audio Connections
Not all AV devices have the ability to connect to a TV, please refer to the owner’s manual of your AV device for compatibility and
connection procedures.
When connecting any external AV device, do not connect the mains adapter cable to the mains socket until all other connections
are complete.
Signal Type
Separate Audio
Connection Required
HDMI
(480i/480p/576i/576p/720p/1080i/1080p)
No
Best Video
Performance
HDMI
Yes
VGA
PC-IN
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Y/Pb/Pr
Yes
Component Video
(480i/480p/576i/576p/720p/1080i/1080p)
A/V IN
SCART (RGB Input)
No
Yes
A/V IN
Composite Video
A/V IN
Connecting an AV Device with an HDMI Cable
•
This TV can accept High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) supports HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
Protocol.
•
When you connect to the output of an HD ready player (blu-ray disc player, game console, set-top box or computer) switch to
the HDMI function and the TV will automatically detect the resolution used by the HDMI source.
•
To get the best picture quality, adjust the blu-ray disc player, game console or set-top box output resolution up to 1920 x
1080p.
1. Use an HDMI cable to connect the TV’s HDMI input socket
to the external AV device’s HDMI output socket.
2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before
switching on the TV.
Rear Bottom View of TV
POWER
USB
HDMI
VGA
PC-IN
SCART
Headphone out
3. Press the STANDBY button on the top panel of the TV or
the button on the remote control to turn on your TV.
HDMI Cable
(not included)
4. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or
the Source button on the remote control to display the
Source List. Use the
buttons to select HDMI and then
press the OK button to confirm.
Although this TV is able to connect to an
HDMI device, it is possible that some devices
may not operate correctly.
Game Console
Set-top Box
Blu-ray Player / DVD Player /
Recorder
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Connecting a Computer with a VGA Cable
1. Use a VGA cable to connect the TV’s VGA input socket to
a computer’s VGA output socket. Use an audio cable to
connect the TV’s PC-IN input socket to the computer’s
audio output socket.
Rear Bottom View of TV
POWER
USB
HDMI
VGA
PC-IN
SCART
Headphone out
2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before
switching on the TV.
3. Press the STANDBY button on the top panel of the TV or
the button on the remote control to turn on your TV.
VGA Cable
(not included)
Audio Cable
(not included)
4. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or
the Source button on the remote control to display the
Source List. Use the
buttons to select PC and then
press the OK button to confirm.
• The best resolution is 1920 x 1080.
• If your computer is set to shut down after a
few minutes of idle mode, the TV will also
switch to standby due to no signal being
received, this is to save energy. Press the
STANDBY button on the top panel of the TV
or the button on the remote control to
restart the TV.
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Connections
Computer
Connecting an AV Device with a Component (YPbPr) Cable
Rear Right Side View of TV
1. Connect the included component adapter cable and a
component cable to the TV’s YPbPr input sockets to an
external AV device’s component output sockets.
Blu-ray Player / DVD Player /
Recorder
Red (R)
COMPONENT
OUT
R
Pr
Game Console
Red (R)
Pr/Cr
Pb
L
Pb/Cb
Y
Video Camera
White (L)
Y
5. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or
the Source button on the remote control to display the
Source List. Use the
buttons to select YPBPR and
then press the OK button to confirm.
A/V Cable
(not included)
Component Cable
(not included)
Yellow (Video)
4. Press the STANDBY button on the top panel of the TV or
the button on the remote control to turn on your TV.
Yellow (Video) Yellow (Video)
3. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before
switching on the TV.
Red (R)
Pr
Cr
White (L)
Pb
Cb
White (L)
Y
Y
Red (Pr/Cr)
Video output ports on DVD
player
Red (Pr/Cr)
Pr
A/V Adapter Cable
(included)
Blue (Pb/Cb)
Pb
Component
Adapter Cable
(included)
Common Interface
Aerial
Blue (Pb/Cb)
Y
AV
Green (Y)
Component port on the TV
YPbPr
Green (Y)
2. Connect the included A/V adapter cable and an AV cable
to the TV’s AV input socket to the external AV device’s
component audio sockets. (Audio Left = white, and Audio
Right = red)
Digital
Set-top Box
Satellite Receiver
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Connecting an AV Device with a SCART Cable
Rear Bottom View of TV
1. Use a SCART cable to connect the TV’s SCART input socket
to an external AV device’s SCART output socket.
2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before
switching on the TV.
POWER
USB
HDMI
VGA
PC-IN
SCART
Headphone out
3. Press the STANDBY button on the top panel of the TV or
the button on the remote control to turn on your TV.
4. The TV will change the input source to SCART
automatically once the AV device is switched on.
SCART Cable
(not included)
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Connections
VCR
Set-top Box
DVD Player / Recorder
Satellite Receiver
Connecting an AV Device with Composite Cable
1. Connect the included A/V adapter cable and a AV cable
to the TV’s AV input sockets to an external AV device’s
composite audio/video sockets. (Video = yellow, Audio
Left = white, and Audio Right = red)
Rear Right Side View of TV
Digital
YPbPr
AV
Aerial
Common Interface
2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before
switching on the TV.
3. Press the STANDBY button on the top panel of the TV or
the button on the remote control to turn on your TV.
Yellow (Video) Yellow (Video)
Red (R)
Red (R)
White (L)
White (L)
4. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or
the Source button on the remote control to display the
Source List. Use the
buttons to select AV and then
press the OK button to confirm.
A/V Adapter Cable
(included)
Yellow (Video)
White (L)
Red (R)
AV Cable
(not included)
DVD Player / Recorder
Video Camera
Game Console
VCR
Set-top Box
Satellite Receiver
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Connecting a Digital (Coaxial) Audio Receiver
For better sound quality, you may want to play the audio through your multi-channel audio receiver.
1. Use an audio cable to connect the TV's Digital (Coaxial)
audio output socket to an external audio receiver’s audio
coaxial input socket.
2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before
switching on the TV.
Rear Right Side View of TV
Digital
YPbPr
AV
Common Interface
Aerial
3. Press the STANDBY button on the top panel of the TV or
the button on the remote control to turn on your TV.
4. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or
the Source button on the remote control to display the
Source List. Use the
buttons to select any desired
input source and then press the OK button to confirm.
Audio Cable
(not included)
The TV’s volume control will have no effect. You
may control the audio level via the Audio Receiver.
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Connections
Audio Receiver
Connecting Earphones
Connect your earphones to the TV’s
Rear Bottom View of TV
socket.
Before putting on earphones, turn the volume down then put
the earphones on and slowly increase the volume until you
reach a comfortable listening level.
Listening to loud sounds for prolonged periods of
time may permanently damage your hearing.
POWER
USB
HDMI
VGA
PC-IN
SCART
Headphone out
Earphones Cable
(not included)
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Initial Setup
Turning the TV on for the First Time
1. Connect one end of the AERIAL (RF) coaxial cable to the aerial
socket on the wall and the other end of the cable to the AERIAL
(RF 75Ω) socket at the rear right side of your TV.
Do not connect the TV to the mains supply until you
have completed all the connections.
OR
Aerial (RF) coaxial cable
(not included)
Digital
Initial Setup
GB
YPbPr
AV
Common Interface
Aerial
2. Connect the mains adapter to the mains adapter socket after
you have completed all the connections. At this stage, the TV
switches to standby mode. The red LED indicator will illuminate
on the front panel of the TV.
3. In standby mode, press the STANDBY button on the top panel of
the TV or the button on the remote control to turn the TV on.
The red LED indicator will turn green.
To the mains
socket
• Only use the included mains adapter. Do not use it with any
other equipment.
• Always disconnect the TV from the mains socket when not in use
for a long period of time.
• The STANDBY button on the top panel of the TV or the button
on the remote control is only used for switching the TV into
standby, it does not disconnect the TV from the mains power.
To completely disconnect the mains power, please remove the
mains adapter from the mains socket.
POWER
4. The first time you turn the TV on, a screen will be displayed (Press the
EXIT button if you do not want to continue the tuning function). To
continue with tuning function, press the
buttons to select your
desired language and then press the OK button to confirm. The Quick
Start menu will display.
USB
HDMI
VGA
PC-IN
SCART
Headphone out
UK
OK
DEUTSCHLAND
5. Please ensure the aerial is plugged in and then press the OK button.
Make sure the remote control is in TV mode by pressing the TV/Radio
button. (If you have already installed the TV using the Quick Start Guide,
please go to the “Selecting the Input Source” section on the next page.)
Quick Start
Please ensure your aerial is plugged into
the TV and Remote is in TV mode.
Now press
OK
The TV will tune all channels, please wait.
EXIT
Quit
6. Press the OK button to start auto scan. Channel tuning will commence.
This operation may take up to 10 minutes. The display will show the
progress of the tuning and the number of channels found.
Auto Scan
Channel Tuning
7. After tuning is complete, the channels are arranged in the broadcaster's
preset order. If you wish to skip channels, modify the preset order or
rename channels, select Programme Edit under the TV SETTINGS menu
(refer to pages 19-20 for details).
Alternative
OK
TV
:
0
Programme(s)
DTV
:
0
Programme(s)
Radio :
0
Programme(s)
3%
MENU
Skip
90.50 MHz
(TV)
EXIT
Quit
Press the Quick Start button can recall the first time installation at any
time.
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Target Region Descriptor
During tuning your TV may have received signals from more than one
transmitter. If this has occurred the Target Region Descriptor screen will be
displayed. This will enable you to select the correct regional transmission for
the local news service that you require.
Press the
buttons to adjust each option's setting and then press the OK
button to confirm.
Target Region Setting
Country Code
GBR
Primary Region
England
Secondary Region
London
Tertiary Region
Select
OK
Country Code
This will be shown as GBR for the UK.
Primary Region
This will show the regional country (England, Wales,
Scotland, NI).
Secondary Region
This will allow you to set the region for your local
news service on BBC and ITV (London, Beds and
Cambs etc).
Tertiary Region
You may receive signals from more than one
transmitter within the Secondary Region, (e.g Beds
and Cambs may have Luton or Sandy Heath).
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Initial Setup
Selecting the Input Source
1. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or the Source button
on the remote control to display the Input source list.
Input Source
DTV
ATV
2. Press the
buttons to select the input source that you want: DTV /
ATV / SCART / YPBPR / PC / HDMI / AV / USB.
SCART
YPBPR
3. Press the OK button to confirm your selection. If you do not press the OK
button to confirm, the TV will automatically confirm the selected input
source within 4 seconds.
PC
HDMI
AV
USB
Alternative
Move
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
Press the TV/Radio button to switch to digital radio channels
directly.
Channel Selection
•
Press the CH + / – buttons on the remote control repeatedly or the 0-9 buttons to select the channel.
Alternative
Press the OK button to enter the Channel List. Then use the
Press the OK button to view the selected channel.
buttons to highlight and select the channel.
•
If a blocked channel is selected, the password screen will be displayed. Press the 0-9 buttons to enter the password, the
channel will then be unlocked (refer to pages 19-20 for details on Programme Edit).
•
Press the
button to return to the previously viewed channel.
Display Channel Information
•
Press the INFO button to view the current information.
Volume Adjustment
•
Press the VOL+ or – button on the top panel of the TV or on the remote control to adjust the volume.
•
If you wish to switch the sound off, press the
listening.
button. Press the
button again or the VOL + button to resume audio
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Using the Features
TV Settings (TV, DTV or Radio Mode)
Auto Scan (ATV / DTV mode)
Use this to automatically find and store all available channels. This is normally recommended if some channels have been added
or removed by the broadcaster or if you have moved house.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
SETTINGS menu.
2. Press the
buttons to select the TV
buttons to select Auto Scan and then press the OK button.
Auto Scan
DTV Manual Tuning
ATV Manual Tuning
TV SETTINGS
Programme Edit
Signal Information
CI Information
Move
Customising TV Settings
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buttons to select Country and then press the
3. Press the
to select the country where you will operate the TV.
MENU
Back
buttons
4. Press the
buttons to select Tune Type and then press the
buttons to select ATV / DTV / DTV + ATV. Press the OK button to
confirm.
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
Auto Scan
Country
UK
Tune Type
ATV + DTV
Move
5. Channel tuning will commence. This operation may take up to 10
minutes. The display will show the progress of the tuning and the
number of channels found.
OK
OK
EXIT
Exit
Channel Tuning
6. If you want to skip the ATV tuning, press the MENU button to interrupt
the tuning half way. A pop-up screen will be displayed, press the
button to select YES to confirm. You will then go straight to DTV tuning.
You may repeat the above step if you also want to skip the DTV tuning.
An installation reminder will appear the next time you turn on the TV.
TV
:
0
Programme(s)
DTV
:
0
Programme(s)
Radio :
0
Programme(s)
3%
MENU
7. After tuning is complete, the channels are arranged in a preset order. If
you wish to skip channels, modify the preset order or rename channels,
select Programme Edit under the TV Settings menu (refer to pages
19-20 for details).
90.50 MHz
(TV)
Skip
EXIT
Quit
8. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
9. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
DTV Manual Tuning (DTV mode)
Allows you to make manual fine tuning adjustments of the channel under DTV mode.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
SETTINGS menu.
2. Press the
OK button.
buttons to select the TV
Auto Scan
buttons to select DTV Manual Tuning and then press the
DTV Manual Tuning
ATV Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
TV SETTINGS
Signal Information
CI Information
Software Update(USB)
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
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3. The DTV Manual Tuning screen will pop up. Press the
buttons
to select the desired UHF channel and then press the OK button to
commence the search of that channel. When the signal has been tuned,
the picture and signal strength will be displayed on the screen.
DTV Manual Tuning
UHF CH5
4. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
5. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
NO SIGNAL
Normal
Bad
MENU
Back
Good
EXIT
Quit
ATV Manual Tuning (ATV mode)
Allows you to make manual fine tuning adjustments if the channel reception is poor under ATV mode.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
SETTINGS menu.
2. Press the
OK button.
buttons to select the TV
Auto Scan
GB
DTV Manual Tuning
buttons to select ATV Manual Tuning and then press the
ATV Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
Signal Information
TV SETTINGS
Customising TV Settings
CI Information
Software Update(USB)
Move
MENU
3. The ATV Manual Tuning screen will pop up. Use the
buttons to select
the following options and the
buttons to adjust the setting.
Storage To
Presets the channel number.
System
Selects the sound system: I / DK / BG / L (for
SECAM).
Current CH
Displays the current channel number.
Search
Press the
tuning.
Fine-Tune
Press the
buttons to make manual fine
tuning adjustments.
Frequency
Displays the current tuned frequency.
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
ATV Manual Tuning
Storage To 1
System DK
Current CH 6
Search
Fine-Tune
Frequency Unregistered
Move
Save
EXIT
Quit
buttons to start the manual
4. After finishing the manual tuning adjustment of a channel, press the
RED button to save your channel before tuning the next channel.
5. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
6. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
Programme Edit (ATV / DTV Mode)
Allows you to edit TV programmes in the Channel List.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
SETTINGS menu.
2. Press the
button.
buttons to select the TV
DTV Manual Tuning
ATV Manual Tuning
buttons to select Programme Edit and then press the OK
Programme Edit
Signal Information
CI Information
TV SETTINGS
Move
MENU
Software Update(USB)
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
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3. A Programme Edit screen will pop up. Press the
the programme you want to edit.
buttons to select
Programme Edit
CH. NAME
a. Delete
Press the RED button to delete the selected channel.
b. Move
Press the YELLOW button and then press the
buttons to
move to the selected channel. Press the YELLOW button or the
OK button to confirm.
Move
OK
SKIP
LOCKED
Type
1 BBC ONE
DTV
2 BBC TWO
DTV
3 BBC THREE
DTV
4 BBC NEWS 24
DTV
5 BBCI
DTV
6 CBBC Channel
DTV
7 BBC World Newe
DTV
Select
MENU
Back
Delete
Move
SKIP
Rename
c. Skip
Press the BLUE button to select the channels that you want to skip
when you are selecting channels. Press the BLUE button again to
undo it.
d. Rename
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Press the GREEN button to rename the selected channel. Press
the
buttons to select the characters to represent the station
name. Press the
buttons to move to the next character and
then press the OK button to confirm the new name.
Customising TV Settings
4. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
5. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
Care should be taken when editing the position of digital
channels as this may affect EPG and reminder settings.
Signal Information (DTV Mode)
Allows you to view the signal information.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
SETTINGS menu.
buttons to select the TV
ATV Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
2. Press the
buttons to select Signal Information. Press the OK button
to view the signal information.
Signal Information
CI Information
Software Update(USB)
TV SETTINGS
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
3. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
4. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
ATV Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
Channel 255
Signal Information
CI Information
Network ...
Modulation QPSK
Quality 0
TV SETTINGS
Move
MENU
Strength
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
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CI (Common Interface) (DTV Mode)
The common interface allows the use of a Common Access Module to enable you to view scrambled (pay to view) services. These
services are provided by TopUp TV (UK only) and others. The Common Access Module and viewing card can be obtained from the
service provider.
Rear Right Side View of TV
Do not repeatedly insert or remove
the Common Access Module as this
may damage the interface and cause a
malfunction.
Digital
YPbPr
This feature is not available in all countries.
To insert the Common Access Module
1. Before you insert the Common Access Module, ensure that the TV is
switched off and the viewing card is inserted in accordance with the
Service Provider’s instructions.
AV
Common Interface
Aerial
CI (Common Interface)
Allows the Common Access Module
to be inserted and access the content
that has been encrypted.
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2. Insert the Common Access Module into the slot. If you feel resistance
when inserting the Common Access Module, flip the Module over and
try again from the other side.
Customising TV Settings
3. Switch the TV on.
To remove the Common Access Module
1. Before you remove the Common Access Module, ensure that the TV is
switched off.
Common Access
Module
2. Pull the Common Access Module from the slot.
3. Switch the TV on.
To view the module information
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
SETTINGS menu.
buttons to select the TV
Programme Edit
Signal Information
2. Press the
buttons to select CI Information and then press the OK
button to view the signal information.
CI Information
Software Update(USB)
TV SETTINGS
Move
3. A CI Information Main menu will pop up. Press the
buttons to
display the module information, smart card information, language,
software download. Press the OK button to confirm.
4. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
5. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
CI Information
Conax Conditional Access
Main menu
Module Information
Smart Card Information
Language
Software Download
Press ‘OK’ to select; Press ‘EXIT’ to quit
This screen is for illustration only.
Software Update (USB)
This function is only for servicing purposes. Any update information for this TV (if any) will be available at the following website:
http://knowhow.com/ or call our UK Call Centre on 0844 561 1234. Our UK Customer Contact Centre is open Monday-Saturday
8am-8pm or Sunday 8am-6pm.
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Picture Setting
Allows you to set your preferred picture mode.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
PICTURE menu.
buttons to select the
Standard
Picture Mode
50
Contrast
PICTURE
Move
MENU
Back
Brightness
50
Color
50
Sharpness
50
Tint
50
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
2. Press the
buttons to select the following picture options and then
press the OK button. Press the
buttons to adjust the settings.
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Picture Mode
Cycles among picture mode: Dynamic / Standard / User / Mild.
Customising TV Settings
Alternative
You may press the P button once and then press the
directly.
buttons to select the picture mode
Contrast
Adjusts the difference between light and dark levels in the picture. (for User mode)
Brightness
Increases or decreases the amount of white in the picture. (for User mode)
Colour
Controls the colour intensity. (for User mode)
Sharpness
Adjusts the level of crispness in the edges between light and dark areas of the
picture. (for User mode)
Tint (For NTSC
format)
Adjusts the balance between red and green levels. (Tint is only available for NTSC
signal reception.)
Colour
Temperature
Cycles among colour temperature: Medium / Warm / User / Cool.
Adjusts the colour components independently to achieve a warm or cool. (for User mode)
• Red:
Increases red tint
• Green: Increases green tint
• Blue:
Increases blue tint
Aspect Ratio
Allows you to watch the screen in various picture formats: 4:3 / 16:9 / Zoom1 / Zoom2 / Panorama.
Alternative
You may press the P button twice and then press the
Input Signal 4:3
buttons to select the aspect ratio directly.
Input Signal 16:9
4:3
This selection will allow
you to view a picture with
an original 4:3 aspect
ratio. Black bars will
appear on both the left
and right of the screen.
This selection will allow
you to adjust the picture
horizontally, in linear
proportion. Black bars will
appear on both the left
and right of the screen.
16:9
This selection will allow
you to adjust the picture
horizontally, in linear
proportion, to fill the entire
screen.
This selection will allow
you to view a picture with
an original 16:9 aspect
ratio.
Zoom1
This selection is similar to
16:9 mode, but the picture
slightly stretches vertically
and clips off a little from
the top and bottom.
This selection is similar
to 16:9 mode, but the
picture slightly stretches
vertically and clips off a
little from the top and
bottom.
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Zoom2
This selection will allow
you to zoom in the
picture without any
alteration, while filling the
entire screen. However,
the top and bottom
of the picture will be
cropped.
This selection will allow
you to zoom in the
picture without any
alteration, while the 4
sides of the picture will
be cropped.
Panorama
Use this mode for the wide aspect ratio of a panoramic picture.
Just Scan (HDMI
mode)
Use the function to see the full image without any cutoff when HDMI (720p / 1080i /
1080p) signals are input.
Noise Reduction Select to reduce the noise level of the connected device: Off / Low / Middle / High. (ATV mode)
3. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
4. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
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Customising TV Settings
Customising the Sound Setting
Allows you to select an audio-enhancement technique.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
SOUND menu.
buttons to select the
Standard
Sound Mode
50
Treble
SOUND
Move
MENU
Back
Bass
50
Balance
50
Auto Volume
On
SRS TruSurround HD
On
AD Switch
On
AD Volume
30
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
buttons to select the following sound options and then
2. Press the
press the OK button. Press the
buttons to adjust the settings.
Sound Mode
Allows the selection of an audio-enhancement technique: Standard / Music / Movie / Sports / User.
Alternative
You may press the S button to select the sound mode directly.
Treble
Controls the relative intensity of higher pitched sounds. (for User mode)
Bass
Controls the relative intensity of lower-pitched sounds. (for User mode)
Balance
Adjusts the relative volume of the speakers in a multiple speaker system.
Auto Volume
Volume levels are automatically controlled. (e.g. advertisements tend to be louder than the
programmes)
SRS TruSurround
HD
SRS TruSurround HD™ (TS HD) is a robust multichannel virtualisation technology developed by SRS
Labs that provides an enhanced listening experience unlike any other technology that has been
offered for a two speaker playback environment. TruSurround HD builds upon its predecessor,
the industry leading surround sound virtualiser, SRS TruSurround XT®. Not only does TruSurround
HD process up to 6.1 channels for playback over two speakers or headphones, but it also utilises
additional proprietary algorithms from SRS Labs to optimise bass performance, for deep rich bass,
dialogue clarity for better intelligibility of vocals, and definition control for maximum high-frequency
clarity. Press the OK button to select On / Off.
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AD Switch
(For DTV mode)
Audio Description is an auxiliary audio function that provides an additional audio track for visually
challenged persons. This function handles the Audio Stream for the AD (Audio Description), when it is
sent along with the main audio from the broadcaster.
• Set to “Off” for normal broadcasting sound coming out from speakers.
• Set to “On” to activate the description sound track if available. The availability of Audio Description
sound track is indicated by the visually impaired icon "V.I." in the information banner.
AD Volume
Once the AD Switch is set to ON the AD commentary volume can be adjusted using the AD Volume
option. (for DTV mode)
3. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
4. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
Mono / Nicam Stereo Sound Reception (ATV Mode)
When a programme is selected, press the S button twice and then press the
selected station.
Customising TV Settings
GB
Broadcast
Mono
On Screen Display
MONO
Stereo
NICAM STEREO
buttons to select Mono / Nicam Stereo for the
Mono sound selection
If the stereo signal is weak in stereo reception, you can switch to mono by pressing the S button twice and then press the
buttons to select Mono / Nicam Stereo. In mono reception, the clarity of sound is improved. To switch back to stereo, press the S
button twice and then press the
buttons to select Mono / Nicam Stereo again.
Speaker Sound Output Selection (DTV Mode)
While watching a DTV programme, you can press the S button twice to
display the audio language list (only applicable when the TV programme has
this feature).
Press the
buttons to select an audio language or audio format if
available and then press the
buttons to select sound track between
L/R (Stereo), L/L (Mono Left) and R/R (Mono Right). Press the OK button to
confirm and exit.
Audio Language
English
MPEG
English
MPEG
Move
OK
L
R
V.I.
Select
MENU
Back
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Extras Setting
Sleep Timer
The sleep timer automatically switches the TV to standby after the preset time has elapsed. The clock will be set automatically
when receiving a digital signal. Time must be set before using Sleep Timer function.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
EXTRAS menu.
2. Press the
button.
buttons to select the
buttons to select Sleep Timer and then press the OK
Sleep Timer
Off
Start Recording
Schedule List
EXTRAS
3. Press the
buttons to select a period of time after which the TV
automatically switches to standby mode: OFF / 10 / 20 / ... / 180 / 240 min
and then press the OK button to confirm. The timer begins to count down
from the number of minutes selected.
Recorded List
Timer Record
PVR File System
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
GB
If you turn the TV off after setting the sleep timer,
the sleep timer setting will be erased.
Customising TV Settings
4. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
5. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
Start Recording
Allows you to start an instant recording.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
EXTRAS menu.
2. Press the
button.
buttons to select the
Sleep Timer
buttons to select Start Recording and then press the OK
Off
Start Recording
Schedule List
Recorded List
EXTRAS
Timer Record
PVR File System
PC Setup
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
3. The recording bar will show (photo) and begins recording the programme
on the current channel.
4. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
5. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
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Schedule List
Allows you to select your schedule list in the PVR. For further details, please refer to page 50.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
EXTRAS menu.
buttons to select the
Sleep Timer
Off
Start Recording
2. Press the
buttons to select Schedule List and then press the OK
button to view the Schedule List.
Schedule List
Recorded List
Timer Record
EXTRAS
PVR File System
PC Setup
Move
MENU
Back
OK
3. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
4. Press the
Customising TV Settings
GB
EXIT
Quit
Schedule List
Mode
Exit button to exit the menu.
Select
Time
Date
Programme Title
Channel Name
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
Move
Delete
MENU
Back
EXIT
Result
Quit
Recorded List
Allows you to select your recorder list in the PVR. For further details, please refer to page 50.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
EXTRAS menu.
buttons to select the
Start Recording
Schedule List
2. Press the
buttons to select Recorded List and then press the OK
button to view the Recorded List.
Recorded List
Timer Record
PVR File System
EXTRAS
Move
3. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
4. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
PC Setup
MENU
Back
OK
Select
Recorded List
Play
--
Play
--
Play
--
Play
--
Play
--
Play
--
Play
--
Play
--
Play
--
Play
OK
EXIT
Quit
Programme
-Delete
INFO
INFO
Select
REC List
Record List
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Timer Record
Allows you to select your timer record in the PVR. For further details, please refer to page 50.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
EXTRAS menu.
buttons to select the
Schedule List
Recorded List
2. Press the
buttons to select Timer Record and then press the OK
button to view the Timer Record.
Timer Record
PVR File System
PC Setup
EXTRAS
Move
MENU
3. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
4. Press the
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
Recorded Mode
655335
Exit button to exit the menu.
Mode
once
Start Time
GB
Minute
00
Hour
00
Date
1005/07/20
Jan
Customising TV Settings
Month
End Time
Minute
00
Hour
00
Date
1005/07/20
Month
Jan
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Back
PVR File System (DTV Mode)
Allows you to select your preferences in the PVR File System.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
EXTRAS menu.
2. Press the
button.
buttons to select the
Recorded List
Timer Record
buttons to select PVR File System and then press the OK
PVR File System
PC Setup
EXTRAS
Move
3. Press the
buttons to select the following PVR File System options
and then press the OK button.
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
PVR File System
Select Disk
C:
Check PVR File System
Start
USB Disk
Format
Time Shift Size
Speed
Move
OK
Select
MENU
Back
Select Disk
Select the disk where you want to store your recorded content.
Check PVR File
System
Press the OK button, the system will now check your USB device's suitability for PVR. The system will
show "Checking". Upon the completion the system will show either "SUCCESS" or "FAIL".
USB Disk
If no USB storage device is connected, it will show "No USB Disk". If the Check PVR File System has a
"SUCCESS" it will show "Pass".
Format
Press the OK button, a File System Size menu will pop-up. Press the
buttons to select your
preferred file type between FAT32 and HiSpeed FS. If you select HiSpeed FS, press the button and
then press the
buttons to select your preferred file size. Press the OK button to confirm and then
press the button to start formatting.
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Time Shift Size
After formatting the Time Shift Size menu will appear if you have selected HiSpeed FS in PVR File
System Type. Press the
buttons to select your preferred file size. Press the OK button to confirm.
This option cannot be chosen if you have selected FAT32 in PVR File System Type.
Speed
This shows you the transfer rate of your USB storage device.
4. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
5. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
PC Setup (PC Mode)
Allows you to adjust the PC desktop content. (PC mode only)
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
EXTRAS menu.
GB
2. Press the
buttons to select the
Timer Record
PVR File System
buttons to select PC Setup and then press the OK button.
PC Setup
Customising TV Settings
EXTRAS
Move
MENU
buttons to select the following PC Setup options and then
3. Press the
press the OK button.
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
PC Setup
Auto Adjust
Horizontal Pos.
Adjusts the position of the picture left and right
in the window.
Horizontal Pos.
50
Vertical Pos.
Adjusts the position of the picture up and down
in the window.
Vertical Pos.
50
Size
50
Size
Allows you to adjust the picture horizontally, in
linear properties.
Phase
Quit
Phase
Move
50
MENU
Back
EXIT
Quit
Controls the signal phase, which can improve
focus clarity and image stability based on the PC
mode.
4. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
5. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
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Options Setting
OSD Language
Allows you to select your desired on screen menu language.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
OPTIONS menu.
buttons to select the
2. Press the
buttons to select OSD Language and then press the OK
button. The default on-screen menu language is set as English.
OPTIONS
OSD Language
English
Audio Language
English
Subtitle Language
English
Menu Time Out
10s
Country
UK
Restore Setting
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
3. Press the
buttons to select your desired OSD language. Press the OK
button to confirm and return to the previous menu.
4. Press the
GB
Deutsch
Exit button to exit the menu.
English
OSD Language
Audio Language
Español
Subtitle Language
Français
Customising TV Settings
OPTIONS
Italiano
Menu Time Out
Português
Country
Restore Setting
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
Audio Language (DTV Mode)
Allows you to select your desired audio language. (Available for digital channels if multiple audio languages are broadcast.)
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
OPTIONS menu.
2. Press the
button.
buttons to select the
buttons to select Audio Language and then press the OK
OPTIONS
OSD Language
English
Audio Language
English
Subtitle Language
English
Menu Time Out
10s
Country
UK
Restore Setting
On
Auto Standby
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
3. Press the
buttons to select your desired audio language. Press the
OK button to confirm and return to the previous menu.
4. Press the
Deutsch
OSD Language
Exit button to exit the menu.
OPTIONS
Audio Language
English
Subtitle Language
Español
Menu Time Out
Eλληνικά
Country
Français
Restore Setting
Hrvatski
Auto Standby
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
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Subtitle Language (DTV Mode)
Allows you to select your desired subtitle language or turn off the subtitle. (Available for digital channels if multiple subtitle
languages are broadcast.)
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
OPTIONS menu.
2. Press the
OK button.
buttons to select the
buttons to select Subtitle Language and then press the
OPTIONS
OSD Language
English
Audio Language
English
Subtitle Language
English
Menu Time Out
10s
Country
UK
Restore Setting
On
Auto Standby
Move
MENU
Back
3. Press the
buttons to select your desired subtitle language. Press the
OK button to confirm and return to the previous menu.
GB
4. Press the
Select
EXIT
Quit
OSD Language
Deutsch
Audio Language
Exit button to exit the menu.
OPTIONS
Customising TV Settings
OK
Move
MENU
Subtitle Language
English
Menu Time Out
Español
Country
Eλληνικά
Restore Setting
Français
Auto Standby
Hrvatski
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
Menu Time Out
Allows you to select the display time of the on-screen menu.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
OPTIONS menu.
2. Press the
button.
buttons to select the
buttons to select Menu Time Out and then press the OK
English
Menu Time Out
10s
Country
UK
On
Auto Standby
MENU
Back
3. Press the
buttons to select the 5 / 10 / 15 / 20 / 25 / 30 / 35 / 40 sec.
Press the OK button to confirm and return to the previous menu.
4. Press the
English
Subtitle Language
Restore Setting
OPTIONS
Move
Audio Language
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
Audio Language
Exit button to exit the menu.
Subtitle Language
5S
Menu Time Out
10S
Country
OPTIONS
15S
Restore Setting
20S
Auto Standby
25S
30S
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
Country
This shows the country where you have selected in auto scan. If you want to change the country, please refer to Auto Scan on
page 18.
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Restore Factory Default
Restores all settings to the factory defaults.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
OPTIONS menu.
buttons to select the
2. Press the
buttons to select Restore Factory Default and then press
the OK button.
Menu Time Out
10s
Country
UK
Restore Setting
On
Auto Standby
OPTIONS
Move
MENU
Back
3. Press the
buttons to select YES and then press the OK button to
confirm. All settings will be reset to factory defaults and the OPTIONS
menu will disappear.
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
Menu Time Out
Country
Restore Setting
Auto Standby
Are you sure?
OPTIONS
GB
Yes
No
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
Auto Standby
This TV has the eco friendly power saving technology enabled, and will automatically switch to standby mode after 4 hours if any
of the TV remote control buttons have not been used.
A reminder screen will pop up informing you that the “Auto Standby Feature”
countdown timer of 10 minutes has been activated, after which the TV will
switch to standby mode.
Customising TV Settings
Move
Auto Standby Feature
This TV will automatically switch to the
standby mode in 9 minutes 36 seconds......
To continue viewing press the OK button on
To continue viewing, press the OK button on the remote control, and it will
cancel the "Auto Standby Function" and will continue for a further 4 hours of
viewing.
the TV remote control.
OK
1. To permanently disable the Auto Standby Feature, press the Menu
button and then press the
buttons to select the OPTIONS menu.
Select
Country
UK
Restore Setting
2. Press the
buttons to select Auto Standby and then press the OK
button to change On to Off.
On
Auto Standby
OPTIONS
To reactivate the Auto Standby Feature, repeat the above procedure and
then press the OK button to change Off to On.
3. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
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Lock Setting
To access the LOCK menu, you must enter the password. Enter the default password “0000” for first time use. To change the
password, please refer to page 32 "Set Password”.
Lock System
The Lock System is designed to prevent accidental retuning of the TV / losing channels and prevent children watching unsuitable
programmes.
The Lock System must be set to On for this function to operate. If the Lock System is set to On, a valid password must be entered
when you access Auto Scan / Manual Tuning / Programme Edit.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
Lock menu.
Customising TV Settings
GB
2. Press the
button.
buttons to select the
buttons to select Lock System and then press the OK
Lock System
Off
Set Password
Lock Channel
LOCK
Move
Parental Guidance
MENU
Back
OK
Off
Select
EXIT
Quit
3. Use the 0-9 buttons to input a 4-digit password.
The default password is “0000”.
If you change the password, be sure to remember the new
password! If you forget the new password, use the master
password "8899".
4. Press the
buttons to select On / Off. If the Lock System is set to On, a
valid password must be entered when you access Auto Scan / Manual Tuning
/ Programme Edit.
Lock System
Please enter password
Set Password
Lock Channel
LOCK
Move
Parental Guidance
MENU
Back
OK
Cancel
Select
EXIT
Quit
EXIT
Quit
Clear
5. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
6. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
Set Password
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
Lock menu.
2. Press the
button.
buttons to select the
buttons to select Lock System and then press the OK
Lock System
Off
Set Password
Lock Channel
LOCK
Move
Parental Guidance
MENU
Back
OK
Select
Off
3. Use the 0-9 buttons to input a 4-digit password to enter the LOCK menu.
The default password is “0000”.
If you change the password, be sure to remember the new
password! If you forget the new password, use the master
password "8899".
Lock System
Please enter password
Set Password
Lock Channel
LOCK
Move
Parental Guidance
MENU
Back
OK
Select
Cancel
EXIT
Clear
Quit
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4. Press the
button.
buttons to select Set Password and then press the OK
Lock System
Off
Set Password
Lock Channel
Parental Guidance
Off
LOCK
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
5. Use the 0-9 buttons to input the old password and then input the new
4-digit password. Re-enter new password for confirmation.
Lock System
The default password is “0000”.
If you change the password, be sure to remember the new
password! If you forget the new password, use the master
password "8899".
6. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
7. Press the
Please enter old password
Set Password
Please enter new password
Lock Channel
Parental Guidance
LOCK
Confirm new password
Cancel
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Clear
Quit
GB
Exit button to exit the menu.
Customising TV Settings
Lock Channel
Lock Channel is designed to prevent children watching unsuitable programmes.
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
Lock menu.
2. Press the
button.
buttons to select the
buttons to select Lock System and then press the OK
Lock System
Off
Set Password
Lock Channel
LOCK
Move
Parental Guidance
MENU
Back
OK
Off
Select
EXIT
Quit
3. Use the 0-9 buttons to input a 4-digit password to enter the LOCK menu.
The default password is “0000”.
If you change the password, be sure to remember the new
password! If you forget the new password, use the master
password "8899".
Lock System
Lock Channel
LOCK
Move
4. Press the
button.
Please enter password
Set Password
Parental Guidance
MENU
Back
OK
Cancel
Select
EXIT
Quit
EXIT
Quit
Clear
buttons to select Lock Channel and then press the OK
Lock System
Off
Set Password
Lock Channel
Parental Guidance
Off
LOCK
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
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5. A Programme Edit screen will pop up. Press the
buttons to select a
channel. Press the GREEN button on the remote control to lock or unlock
the channel. Press the GREEN button again to unblock.
Programme Edit
CH. NAME
6. Press the Menu button to return back to the main menu.
7. Press the
Exit button to exit the menu.
When a channel is locked, a valid password must be entered.
Move
OK
SKIP
LOCKED
Type
1 BBC ONE
DTV
2 BBC TWO
DTV
3 BBC THREE
DTV
4 BBC NEWS 24
DTV
5 BBCI
DTV
6 CBBC Channel
DTV
7 BBC World Newe
DTV
Select
MENU
Back
Lock
Parental Guidance
This function allows you to set up blocking schemes to block specific programmes and ratings. It operates according to
information from the broadcasting station, therefore if the signal has incorrect information, this function will not operate. This
allows you to set up blocking schemes to block specific programmes and ratings.
This TV is programmed to remember which option it was last set to even if you switch the TV off.
Customising TV Settings
GB
1. Press the Menu button and then press the
Lock menu.
2. Press the
button.
buttons to select the
buttons to select Lock System and then press the OK
Lock System
Off
Set Password
Lock Channel
LOCK
Move
Parental Guidance
MENU
Back
OK
Off
Select
EXIT
Quit
3. Use the 0-9 buttons to input a 4-digit password to enter the LOCK menu.
The default password is “0000”.
If you change the password, be sure to remember the new
password! If you forget the new password, use the master
password "8899".
Lock System
Lock Channel
LOCK
Move
4. Press the
OK button.
Please enter password
Set Password
Parental Guidance
MENU
Back
OK
Cancel
Select
Clear
EXIT
Quit
EXIT
Quit
buttons to select Parental Guidance and then press the
Set Password
Lock Channel
Parental Guidance
Off
LOCK
Move
MENU
Back
5. Press the
buttons to select an age rating: Off, 4-18. Then press the
OK button to confirm to return to the previous menu.
6. Press the
OK
Select
Set Password
Lock Channel
Exit button to exit the menu.
Off
Parental Guidance
4
5
When a programme is rated above the selected age rating,
the programme will be blocked, a valid password must be
entered.
LOCK
6
7
Move
MENU
Back
OK
Select
EXIT
Quit
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Using the Features
EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) (DTV Mode)
This system has an Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) to help you navigate through all the possible viewing options.
The EPG supplies information such as programme listings, start and end times for all available services. In addition, detailed
information about the programme is often available in the EPG (the availability and amount of programme information will vary,
depending on the particular broadcaster).
This function can be used only when the EPG information is broadcast by broadcasting companies.
The EPG displays the programme details for the next 7 days.
Switch On / Off EPG
1. Press the
Guide button to switch on EPG.
2. Press the
buttons to move to the top line PROGRAMME GUIDE and then press the
buttons to select between TIME
and CHANNEL. TIME format displays EPG of all channels at the same time. CHANNEL format displays EPG of one channel
hour by hour.
3. Press the
Guide button again or the
Exit button to switch off EPG and return to normal TV viewing.
Programme Guide
GB
Programme Guide
TIME
06 Nov 09:15
11:30 - 13:00
La ruieta de
800 LA7
10:20 - 15:00
Los Simpsons
801 LA7 Cartap
06 Nov 2007
Using the Features
CHANNEL
CH 800 ANTENA 3
09:00 - 09:55
No Information
Crocodile Hunter
802 StcomUNO Uno le stelle
No Information
803 FR_HD
804 NT1
1
Move
OK
/
Select
1
1
EXIT
Quit
R
Record
Remind
Schedule
To Top
Programme Guide by Channel Format
Move
OK
Select
/
1
EXIT
Quit
R
Record
Remind
Schedule
To Top
Programme Guide by Time Format
Select a Programme
Programme Guide by Channel Format
Press the
buttons to move to the Channel field and then press the
buttons to select the desired channel. Press the
buttons to select the desired programme and then press the OK button to confirm.
Programme Guide by Time Format
Press the
buttons to move to the Time field and then press the
buttons to select the desired time. Press the
to select the desired programme and then press the OK button to confirm.
buttons
Button Functions in a 7 Days Guide
Remote Control Button
(Record)
RED (Delete)
GREEN (Remind)
Function
Timer Programming
See page 51 for details on Timer Programming.
Press the RED button in the Schedule List to delete the selected preset reminder.
Press the GREEN button while on the selected programme,
the Remind Menu will be displayed.
Press the
buttons to adjust the settings and
then press the OK button to confirm the settings. After
confirmation, the Schedule List will then be displayed with
your preset reminders shown. Press the GREEN button
again to return to the EPG. The TV will automatically tune to
the selected programme when it starts.
_
Reminder setting
1 BBC ONE
Mode
Minute
50
Hour
23
Date
26
Month
Move
+
Once
Dec
OK
Select
MENU
Back
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Press the YELLOW button to view the preset
reminders or scheduled recordings in the
Schedule List.
Schedule List
Mode
Time
Date
Programme Title
Result
Channel Name
YELLOW (Schedule)
Move
BLUE (To Top)
MENU
Back
EXIT
Quit
Press the BLUE button and then press the
buttons to select CHANNEL / TIME. The
Programme Guide will be sorted by channel or time.
or
Press to select a channel. (for Programme Guide sorted by channel)
Press to select the date. (for Programme Guide sorted by time)
or
Press to view the channel. (for Programme Guide sorted by channel)
Press to view the schedule of the previous / next day. (for Programme Guide sorted by time)
OK
Press to confirm and view the selected channel.
EXIT
Press to switch off the EPG.
Using the Features
GB
Delete
Teletext (ATV Mode)
Teletext is a free service broadcast by some TV stations which gives up-to-the-minute information on news, weather, television
programmes, share prices and many other topics. Using the Teletext control buttons you can view pages of information that are
listed in the teletext index.
To Turn on Teletext Function
Make sure the TV channel you are watching transmits teletext.
“No Teletext” sign will show on the screen if teletext is not available.
In ATV mode, press the TXT button to enter Teletext mode.
Press the TXT button three times to exit and the TV will return to the channel you were watching.
To select a page of text
Find the number of the page in the index and enter it using the 0-9 buttons. The number of the page will appear on the top left
corner of the screen.
The page counter will search for your page. When it finds it, the page will be displayed.
To move to the next page of text, press the button.
To move to the previous page, press the button.
Mix
To view a page of text while watching a TV programme, press the TXT button twice. The text will be superimposed over the TV
programme.
Fasttext
At the bottom of the teletext screen is a row of subject headings in red, green, yellow and blue.
The remote control has a row of colour buttons corresponding to the row of coloured subjects on the screen.
Pressing one of the colour buttons will take you directly to the page corresponding to the subject heading.
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Digital Teletext (DTV Mode)
Digital teletext can access special digital teletext services and specific services which broadcast digital teletext. You will need to
turn off Subtitle Function before using teletext (refer to page 30 for details).
Teletext within Digital Service
1. In DTV mode, press the OK button to display the Channel List.
2. Press the TXT button to display the teletext page.
3. Press the 0-9 buttons to select a page number.
4. Follow the instructions on digital teletext and move onto the next step by
pressing OK,
, RED, GREEN, YELLOW, BLUE or 0-9 buttons etc.
5. To change digital teletext service, select a different service by pressing the
0-9 buttons or the
buttons.
GB
Using the Features
Alternative
Press the TXT button while watching some programmes to reveal the teletext page (MHEG).
6. Press the TXT button to exit.
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Entertainment
Connecting to Network
You can set up your TV through your local area network (LAN) using a wired or wireless connection.
• If wired and wireless networks are both available, wired network is the preferred method.
• Do not connect a modular phone cable to the NETWORK socket.
• After making a physical connection, a small number of home networks may require the TV network settings to be
adjusted. For most home networks, the TV will connect to automatically without any adjustments.
• Since there are various connection configurations, please follow the specifications and instruction of your
telecommunication carrier, internet service provider and router setting user manual.
Connecting to a Wired Network
Use a Local Area Network (LAN) cable or an Ethernet cable to connect the TV’s NETWORK socket to the corresponding port on
your router socket.
GB
Rear Left Side View of TV
Entertainment
Broadband Router /
Wireless Router
WAN
LAN1
LAN2
LAN3
LAN4
Internet
Ethernet Cable
(included)
Wired Network Setup
Use the Network Setup when connecting your TV to a wired network.
1. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before switching on the TV.
2. Press the STANDBY button on the top panel of the TV or the
button on the remote control to turn on your TV.
3. Press the I-Player button on the remote control to enter i-Player.
When you first enter i-Player there is a delay whilst the network card
boots. Please be patient.
4. The TV will automatically connect to the i-Player server and register with
it. If there is an update available, the server will deliver it at this time.
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5. If you have difficulty connecting or there is a "No Internet Connection"
message on the screen. Press the IP button on the remote control. The
Network SETUP menu will be displayed.
6. Press the
buttons to select Connection Type. Press the OK button
and then press the
buttons to select Wired. Press the OK button to
confirm.
7. Press the
buttons to select IP Address. Press the OK button and
then press the
buttons to select Automatic IP or Fixed IP. Press the
OK button to confirm.
Automatic IP
Select this if the network supports is a DHCP (Dynamic Host
Configuration Protocol). The IP address will automatically be determined.
Fixed IP
Select this if there is no DHCP server on the network or you want to set
the IP address manually.
GB
8. Press the
to confirm.
Entertainment
Press the
buttons to select Edit. Use the
buttons to navigate
IP Address / Network Mask / Gateway / DNS Server and then press the
0-9 buttons to enter your IP address details.
buttons to select Apply and then press the OK button
In Wired mode the TV will connected to the router
automatically as soon as the connection is made. You will
see a message "Not connected" change to "Connected" at
the top of the screen. This means you are connected to your
local network.
Connecting to a Wireless Network
Use the Wireless LAN adapter to connect the TV’s USB / WIFI socket.
Rear Left Side View of TV
Wireless LAN Adapter
(not included)
Wireless Router
WAN
LAN1
LAN2
LAN3
LAN4
Internet
Wireless Network Setup
Use the Network Setup when connecting your TV to a wireless network.
1. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before switching on the TV.
2. Press the STANDBY button on the top panel of the TV or the
button on the remote control to turn on your TV.
3. Press the I-Player button on the remote control to enter i-Player.
When you first enter i-Player there is a delay whilst the network card
boots. Please be patient.
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4. The TV will automatically connect to the i-Player server and register with
it. If there is an update available, the server will deliver it at this time.
5. If you have difficulty connecting or there is a "No Internet Connection"
message on the screen. Press the IP button on the remote control. The
Network SETUP menu will be displayed.
6. Press the IP button on the remote control and then press the
buttons to select Connection Type. Press the OK button and then press
the
buttons to select Wireless and then press the OK button to
confirm.
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7. Press the
buttons to select Rescan Wifi and then press the OK
button. The new connection setting resets the current network settings.
8. Press the
buttons to select Network Name (SSID) and then press
the OK button. Press the
buttons to select your network from the list
and then press the OK button.
Alternative
Press the SD1 button on the remote control to display the online
keyboard and then use the
buttons and the OK button to
select the desired characters to enter the Network Name (SSID). Press
the
buttons to select the icon and then press the OK button
to confirm.
9. Press the
buttons to select Encryption Type and then press the SD1
button on the remote control to display the online keyboard. Press the
buttons to select the characters to enter the Network Name
(SSID) (the same key to enter on a laptop to connect).
10.Press the
to confirm.
buttons to select Apply and then press the OK button
WPS (WiFi Protected Setup)
If your router has a WPS button, press the
buttons to select WPS
and then press the WPS button on the router. The connection will be made
automatically.
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Personal Account Setup
Use the setup a personal account.
11.In iPTV mode, press the User button to display the LOGIN screen. Press
the
buttons to select the Create New User and then press the OK
button.
LOGIN
Create New User
Cancel
buttons to select the User Name and then press the
12.Press the
SD1 button to display the online screen. Press the
buttons and
the OK button to enter the desired character. Press the
buttons
to select the icon and then press the OK button to confirm.
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USER PROFILE
User Name:
PIN:
To keep your account secure a PIN length of at least 4 digits is recommended.
13.If you want to set the PIN, press the
buttons to select the PIN
and then press the SD1 button to display the online screen. Use the
buttons and the OK button to select the desired characters. Press
the
buttons to select the icon and then press the OK button
to confirm. Press the
buttons to select Repeat PIN and re-enter the
PIN for confirmation.
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Repeat PIN:
YouTube User Name:
Back
Store User Data
14.Press the
buttons to select Store User Data and press the OK
button to confirm.
15.Press the
buttons to select Apply.
Users
Users:
Justen Quinten
Create New User
Edit
Delete
Cancel
Apply
Access Personal Account
Use the access personal account.
In iPTV mode, press the User button to display the LOGIN screen. Press the
OK button and then press the
buttons to select the User Name. Press
the
buttons to select Login and then press the OK button.
LOGIN
USER NAME:
Justen Quinten
Login
Cancel
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Using the i-Player
1. Press the
I-Player button on the remote control to enter i-Player.
2. The i-Player Main Menu will be displayed.
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Widgets
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IPTV Services
IPTV Services
Press the
buttons and then press the OK button to select different
IPTV services.
Widgets
Press the
buttons to select different Widgets or Apps. Press the
YELLOW or BLUE button to select different pages of each Widget.
3. During watching IPTV Services, press the Menu button to return to the i-Player Main Menu.
4. Press the TV button on the remote control to exit the i-Player and return to TV mode.
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i-Player Search
To search a subject on YouTube or your home media. Home media is on a USB storage devices or from a PC on your home
network provided media server software on the PC.
1. In the i-Player Main Menu, press the SEARCH button to enter the
SEARCH MEDIA.
2. Press the
buttons and then press the OK button to select the search
place (YouTube / Home Media). A tick box will be display.
3. Press the
buttons to the SEARCH field and then press the SD1
button on the remote control to display the online keyboard.
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4. Press the
buttons and the OK button to enter the desired
characters. Press the
buttons to select the icon and then press
the OK button to enter the name of your search.
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You do not need to type the full name. It will search for files
that contain the letters you type within the file name.
5. Press the RED button to search. The search result will be displayed.
6. Press the
buttons to select the desired subject and then press the
OK button to play.
i-Player Advanced Setting
1. Press the IP button on the remote control. The Network SETUP menu
will be displayed.
2. Press the BLUE button on the remote control to select General SETUP
menu.
Slideshow Delay
Press the
buttons to select Slideshow delay and then press the OK
button. Press the
buttons and then press the OK button to select
the desired options.
Detect USB
Press the
buttons to select Automatically display content of USB
device upon insertion and then press the OK button. A tick box will be
display.
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i-Player Information
Press the
buttons to select OPEN in About field. Press the OK
button to display the information.
•
•
•
Press the RED button to display the License.
Press the GREEN button to display the Copyrights.
Press the BLUE button to display the IP and mac data in Network.
Widget Preferences
a. P
ress the
buttons to select Preferences in Widget field. Press
the OK button to display the Widget Preferences SETUP menu.
b. Press the
buttons to move to the page number field. Press the
buttons to select more widget preferences pages. Press the OK
button to confirm.
c. P
ress the
buttons and then press the OK button to select
the desired widget. A tick box will be display.
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d. Some Widgets can be edited either to alter their action or to enable
/ disable them. Press the
buttons to select Edit and then
press the OK button.
Edit the weather widget
This will change the location that the weather is reported for.
a. In Widget SETUP menu, press the
buttons and then
press the OK button to select Edit next to the Weather. The
Weather Widget Settings will be displayed.
b. Press the
buttons to select °C or °F.
c. In the USER LOCATION, press the
buttons and then press
the 0-9 buttons to enter the your location postcode or press the
SD1 button to display the online keyboard and enter the desired
characters.
As delivered the TV will report the weather for the region
where it is connected to the internet. This may not close to
where you live.
d. Press the
button.
buttons to select SEARCH and then press the OK
e. Your location will be displayed on the map. If this is correct, press
the
buttons to select Apply.
Authorise the Facebook widget for your account
a. In Widget SETUP menu, press the
buttons and then
press the OK button to select Edit next to the Facebook widget.
The authorisation instruction will be displayed.
b. You will provide a Code and web address. On your PC, access the
web address and enter the code provided.
c. Press the
buttons and then press the OK button to
select Complete Process. The widget will then be authorised.
d. Press the
buttons to select Apply.
Authorise the Twitter widget for your account
a. In Widget SETUP menu, press the
buttons and then
press the OK button to select Edit next to the Twitter widget.
The authorisation instruction will be displayed.
b. Press the
buttons and then press the OK button to
select Generate Code.
c. You will provide a Code and web address. On your PC, access the
web address and enter the code provided.
d. Press the
buttons and then press the OK button to
select Complete Process. The widget will then be authorised.
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i-Player Upgrade
i-Player upgrades are delivered online. They can add application, fix a software bug or just keep you up-to-date.
An upgrade is available message will be displayed when you switch on the
i-Player.
If you accept the upgrade, press the
buttons and then press the OK
button to select YES. Upgrade successful message will be displayed when
finished.
There are updates available for download, do you
wish to upgrade?
OK
Do not turn off the TV or interupt the upgrade once you start the
upgrade. It will cause to damage the TV.
buttons and then press the OK
If do not want to upgrade, press the
button to select X. The upgrade is available message will be disappear. The
message will display again when i-Player is turned on next time.
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Connecting a USB Storage Device
1. Switch off the TV before connecting any USB storage
device.
2. Connect your USB storage device to the USB port of
your TV.
3. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket
before switching on the TV.
4. Press the STANDBY button on the top panel of the
TV or the button on the remote control to turn on
your TV.
POWER
USB
HDMI
VGA
PC-IN
OR
USB
Headphone out
SCART
Front Right Side View of TV
USB Cable
(not included)
5. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or
the Source button on the remote control to display
the Source List. Use the
buttons to select USB
and then press the OK button to confirm.
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Rear Bottom View of TV
USB
USB Cable
(not included)
USB Hub
Adapter
Portable
hard Disk
• If a hard disk is used, make sure its mains adapter is connected to the mains supply.
• If a USB hub is used, make sure its mains adapter is connected to the mains supply as the total current consumption
may exceed 500mA.
• The maximum supported storage space of the hard disk is 1 TB.
• The file system only supports FAT32 format.
• If you want to store the video streaming of a DTV programme, the transfer rate of the USB storage device must not
be less than 5MB/s, otherwise the picture and sound of the programme will be affected and a warning statement
will be shown on the screen. If this happens, please upgrade your USB storage device.
• The TV screen will be blank temporarily as it will take time to start up and stabilise the connected hard disk. This is
normal and the starting time may vary depending on the brand and the memory size of the connected hard disk.
• Disconnect the USB storage device if it is not in use.
Viewing Photos
1. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or the Source button
on the remote control then press the
buttons to select the USB
mode and then press the OK button to display the root menu.
Disk C:
2. Press the
buttons to select PHOTO and then press the
to select your storage device and then press the OK button.
buttons
-------
PHOTO
File format supported: JPEG.
--
3. Press the
buttons to navigate in the picture folder and then
press the OK button. Select the picture file and then press the OK
button. A tick box will be displayed. If you need to delete the file, press
the RED button. Press the button to start to play.
Move
MENU
Menu
OK
1/2
c:/
Return
Select
Up Folder
1
2
1.bmp
Up.png
1.bmp
2.bmp
Resolution
1024 X 768
Size
200KBytes
Date
../../..
Time
../../..
Delete Curent File
Add/Remove all
OK
Full screen
Move
MENU
Menu
EXIT
add/remove to playlist
Quit
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4. Press the OK button to display the function bar. Press the
buttons
and then press the OK button to select the function: Repeat (Repeat 1
/ Repeat All / Repeat None) / Music / Playlist / Info. / Rotate clockwise /
Rotate anti-clockwise / Zoom In / Zoom Out / Move View.
If this folder also contains music file. You can select a music
track to play at the same time while viewing your photo.
5. Press the button to return back to the previous menu and to select
another file to play. Press the
Exit button repeatedly to return to the
root menu.
Listening to Music
1. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or the Source button
on the remote control then press the
buttons to select the USB
mode and then press the OK button to display the root menu.
Disk C:
buttons
-------
MUSIC
--
3. Press the
buttons to navigate in the music folder and then
press the OK button. Select the music and then press the OK button. A
tick box will be displayed. If you need to delete the file, press the RED
button. Press the button to start to play.
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2. Press the
buttons to select MUSIC and then press the
to select your storage device and then press the OK button.
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Move
MENU
Menu
OK
1/2
c:/
Return
Select
Up Folder
1
2
1.mp3
Album:
Title:
• Some audio file formats will not be supported.
• Supported file formats: MP3, WMA, AAC
Up.mp3
1.mp3
Bit Rate:
2.mp3
128K
Artist:
Sampling:
44K
Year:
Size:
3641 KBytes
Delete Curent File
Add/Remove all
OK
Full screen
Move
MENU
Menu
EXIT
add/remove to playlist
Quit
4. Press the
buttons to select the music you want to play, it will show
the music information (Album / Title / Artist / Bit Rate / Sampling / Year /
Size).
5. Press the
buttons to select the function from the function bar.
Repeat
a. Press the
buttons to select Repeat.
b. Press the OK button repeatedly to select among: Repeat 1 / Repeat
All / Repeat None.
Search
a. Press the
buttons to select Search.
b. Press the OK button to display the time table.
c. Press the
buttons and the 0-9 buttons to set the time.
d. Press the
buttons to select OK and then press the OK
button to start to search.
Screen Saver
Press the BLUE button to enter the Screen Saver mode. Press the BLUE
again to exit.
6. Press the button to return back to the previous menu and to select
another file to play. Press the
Exit button repeatedly to return to the
root menu.
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Watching Movies
1. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or the Source button
on the remote control then press the
buttons to select the USB
mode and then press the OK button to display the root menu.
Disk C:
2. Press the
buttons to select MOVIE and then press the
to select your storage device and then press the OK button.
buttons
-----
--
buttons to navigate in the movie folder and then press
3. Press the
the OK button. Select the movie you want to view and then press the OK
button to play. A tick box will be displayed. If you need to delete the file,
press the RED button. Press the button to start to playback.
Move
MENU
Menu
OK
Return
Select
1/2
c:/
Up Folder
1
2
1579
• Some audio file formats will not be supported.
• Supported file formats: MPEG 1/2, MPEG 4
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MOVIE
Up
1579
Cool
Resolution
720 x 576
Audio Track:
1/2
Subtitle:
-- / 0
Program:
1/1
Size:
216954 KBytes
Delete Curent File
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Add/Remove all
OK
Full screen
Move
MENU
Menu
EXIT
add/remove to playlist
Quit
4. Press the OK button to display the function bar. Press the
buttons
and then press the OK button to select the function: Repeat (Repeat 1 /
Repeat All / Repeat None) / Set A-B / Playlist / Info / Slow / Step / Search /
Zoom In / Zoom Out / Aspect Ratio / Move View.
5. Press the button to return back to the previous menu and to select
another file to play. Press the
Exit button repeatedly to return to the
root menu.
Viewing Texts
1. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or the Source button
on the remote control then press the
buttons to select the USB
mode and then press the OK button to display the root menu.
2. Press the
buttons to select TEXT and then press the
select your storage device and then press the OK button.
Disk C:
buttons to
-----
--
3. Press the
buttons to navigate in the text folder and then press
the OK button. Select the text file and then press the OK button. A
tick box will be displayed. If you need to delete the file, press the RED
button. Press the button to start to play.
---
TEXT
Move
MENU
Menu
OK
1/2
c:/
Return
Select
Up Folder
1
Written by: Hartyn Patner
Two years have passed, and
Peter Parker struggles to cope
with the demands of life as a
college student, a Daily Bugle
photographer, to give up grows
stronger by the hour.
2
1.bmp
Size
Up.png
1.bmp
5KBytes
2.bmp
Delete Curent File
Add/Remove all
OK
Full screen
Move
MENU
Menu
EXIT
add/remove to playlist
Quit
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4. Press the OK button to display the function bar. Press the
buttons
and then press the OK button to select the function: Prev. page / Next
page / Prev. / Next / Stop / Music / Playlist / Info.
If this folder also contains music file. You can select a music
track to play at the same time while viewing your text.
5. Press the button to return back to the previous menu and to select
another file to play. Press the
Exit button repeatedly to return to the
root menu.
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PVR (Personal Video Recorder)
Time Shift Function (DTV Mode)
This function allows the TV to virtually record the live viewing broadcast programme.
If the transfer rate of the USB storage device is too slow
for recording or time shift function, a warning statement
will be shown on the screen. If this happens, please
upgrade your USB storage device.
• Time Shift Mode and Recording functions
may not work if the signal strength is weak.
• Stop the time-shift function before
switching to another input source.
During normal TV viewing, you may press the button to virtually pause the live viewing broadcast programme if you want to
go out for a while (e.g. going to the bathroom / kitchen). " " will show on the screen.
Alternative
Press the
Exit button to display the PVR Time Shift progress bar and then press the
"
Play" on the bar. Press the OK button to confirm.
When you have returned, press the
" will show on the screen.
There may be a few seconds delay in video and sound when the unit starts to playback the missed broadcast programme. It will
return to normal.
PVR (Personal Video Recorder)
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button to play the missed broadcast programme. "
buttons to select
The ‘PVR Time Shift Progress Bar’
1 Indicates the time lagging behind
the live broadcast (DVR reviewing)
2 Indicates the available recording
time on your USB storage device
1
2
3
4
3 Indicates the status of the currently
displayed video ( / /
/
)
4 Indicates the current time
Using the Remote Control
You can shift playback to any point of the virtually recorded programme. The PVR Time Shift progress bar will be displayed on the
screen for 15 seconds. Press the
Exit button to display the PVR Time Shift progress bar again.
• During playback, press the button to display a still screen and then press the button again to
resume playback.
• During fast forward / fast backward state, press the button to return to normal playback.
or
When playing,
• Press the
button repeatedly to speed up
x 2 / x 4 / x 8 / x 16.
• Press the
button repeatedly to speed up
x 2 / x 4 / x 8 / x 16.
• During fast forward / fast backward state, press the button to return to normal playback.
or
• Press the
• Press the
OK
button to jump about 10% forward.
button to jump about 10% back.
During playback, press the OK button to display a still screen and then press the
resume playback.
button again to
If you want to exit the PVR Time Shift progress bar and return to the current live broadcast, press the
button.
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Recording DTV Programme onto a USB Storage Device
Use this function to record the DTV programme you are watching on the main screen and save them for future viewing.
Make sure that your connected USB storage device has enough available memory space.
1. Press the
watching.
button to record the programme that you are currently
The recording progress bar will disappear after 15 seconds.
To display the recording progress bar again, press the
button or the
Exit button.
2. Press the
button to stop recording.
Recording will stop automatically when the disk is full.
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If you want to turn off your TV during recording, press the button.
A dialogue will display.
Press the
buttons to select your desired option and then press
the OK button to confirm.
If you select the middle option in the box, the screen will turn off but
the recording will still in progress, the LED indicator will alternatively
flash red and green.
Record in Progress...
PVR (Personal Video Recorder)
Shut down the screen, and continue recording.
Stop recording, and power off.
Cancel
Move
OK
Select
EXIT
Back
Timer Programming
This function is used to perform scheduled recording.
Guide button on the remote control. The EPG menu will
1. Press the
appear.
Programme Guide
Programme Guide
CHANNEL
TIME
CH 800 ANTENA 3
06 Nov 2007
06 Nov 09:15
11:30 - 13:00
La ruieta de
800 LA7
10:20 - 15:00
Los Simpsons
801 LA7 Cartap
09:00 - 09:55
No Information
Crocodile Hunter
802 StcomUNO Uno le stelle
No Information
803 FR_HD
804 NT1
1
Move
OK
Select
/
1
1
EXIT
Quit
R
Record
Remind
Programme Guide by Channel Format
Schedule
To Top
Move
OK
Select
/
1
EXIT
Quit
2. Press the button on the remote control while on the selected programme,
the Recorded Mode menu will be displayed. Press the
buttons to
select the settings in the Recorded Mode menu for the Channel, Start time,
End time and Mode.
Start time
(for Mode Once,
Every Day, Weekly)
Press the
buttons to select the Minutes /
Hour / Month / Date and then press the
buttons to adjust the start time.
End time
(for Mode Once,
Every Day, Weekly)
Press the
buttons to select the Minutes /
Hour / Month / Date and then press the
buttons to adjust the end time.
Mode
R
Record
Remind
Press the
buttons to select the Once / Every
Day / Weekly.
To Top
Recorded Mode
5 five
Mode
Once
Start Time
Minute
00
Hour
10
Month
Dec
Date
25 Date
End Time
Minute
15
Hour
10
Month
Date
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Schedule
Programme Guide by Time Format
Dec
25 Date
OK
25
Select
EXIT
Quit
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3. After finishing all the recorder adjustments, press the OK button to confirm
your settings. A Timer Save Success screen will display.
Timer Save Success
800 TVE 1
11 Mar 2008 10:00
4. The Schedule List will then be displayed with your preset reminders shown.
5. Press the Menu button to return to the EPG.
6. Press the
Exit button to exit EPG.
• When the preset time is reached, the TV will start recording
automatically.
• If a programme recording starts when the TV is in standby
mode, the LED indicator will alternatively flash red and green.
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PVR (Personal Video Recorder)
Schedule List
Mode
Time
Date
Programme Title
Channel Name
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
Move
Delete
MENU
Back
EXIT
Result
Quit
Play Recorded Programme
You can play a recorded programme from the recorded programme list or from a USB Storage Device.
1. Press the TV/AV button on the top panel of the TV or the Source button
on the remote control then press the
buttons to select the USB
mode and then press the OK button to display the root menu.
2. Press the
buttons to select MOVIE and then press the
to select your storage device and then press the OK button.
Disk C:
buttons
-----
--
3. Press the
buttons to navigate in the movie folder and then press
the OK button. Select the movie you want to view and then press the OK
button to play. A tick box will be displayed. If you need to delete the file,
press the RED button. Press the button to start to play.
---
MOVIE
Move
MENU
Menu
OK
1/2
c:/
Return
Select
Up Folder
1
2
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Resolution
720 x 576
Audio Track:
1/2
Subtitle:
-- / 0
Program:
1/1
Size:
216954 KBytes
Delete Curent File
Add/Remove all
OK
4. Press the OK button to display the function bar. Press the
buttons
and then press the OK button to select the function: Repeat (Repeat 1 /
Repeat All / Repeat None) / Set A-B / Playlist / Info / Slow / Step / Search /
Zoom In / Zoom Out / Aspect Ratio / Move View.
Full screen
Move
MENU
Menu
EXIT
add/remove to playlist
Quit
5. Press the button to return back to the previous menu and to select
another file to play. Press the
Exit button repeatedly to return to the
root menu.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Careful and regular cleaning can prolong the life of your TV.
Be sure to switch off the STANDBY button on the top panel of the TV
or the button on the remote control to turn off the TV. Disconnect the
mains adapter from the mains socket before any cleaning.
1. Use a soft dry cloth to wipe away the dust from the screen and surfaces.
2. If the surfaces are extremely dirty, clean the TV with a cloth which has been
dipped in a weak soapy water. Wring the cloth until it is almost dry, then use it to
wipe the TV.
3. Ensure there is no excess water on the screen. Allow any water or dampness to
evaporate before switching the TV on.
Never use alcohol, benzine, paint-thinner, cleaning fluid or other chemicals.
Do not use compressed air to remove dust.
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The following table contains various hints and tips to get the best performance from your TV. If you require additional assistance
please call our UK Call Centre on 0844 561 1234. Our UK Customer Contact Centre is open Monday-Saturday 8am-8pm or Sunday
8am-6pm.
The TV does not operate properly.
The TV does not respond when
pressing any buttons
• The TV may freeze up during use. Disconnect the mains adapter from the mains
socket for a few minutes. Reconnect the mains adapter and try to operate it again as
usual.
TV cannot be switched on
• Check that the TV is connected to the mains supply.
• Make sure all connected AV devices are switched off before switching on your TV.
The remote control does not work
• Check to see if there are any objects between the TV and the remote control
causing an obstruction. Ensure that you are pointing the remote control directly at
the TV.
• Ensure that the batteries are installed with the correct polarity (+ to +, - to -).
• Install new batteries.
Power is suddenly turned off
• Check the power of the TV. The mains supply maybe interrupted.
• Check if the sleep timer is set.
• Check whether the Auto Standby is activated.
Maintenance, Hints and Tips, Specification
Hints and Tips
The video function does not work.
No Picture & No Sound
• Check whether the TV is switched on.
• Try another channel. The problem may be caused by the broadcaster.
Picture appears slowly after
switching on
• This is normal, the image is muted during the TV startup process. Please contact
your service centre, if the picture has not appeared after five minutes.
No or poor colour or poor picture
• Adjust the settings in the PICTURE menu.
• Try another channel. The problem may be caused by the broadcaster.
• Check if the video cables are connected properly.
Horizontal / Vertical bar or picture
shaking
• Check for local interference such as an electrical appliance or power tool.
Poor reception on some channels
• Station or cable channel may be experiencing problems, tune to another station.
• Station signal is weak, reposition the aerial for better reception.
• Check for sources of possible interference.
Lines or streaks in pictures
• Check aerial (Change the position of the aerial.)
No pictures when connecting HDMI
• Check if the input source is HDMI.
Picture appears in wrong ratio
• Adjust the Aspect Ratio settings in the PICTURE menu.
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Hints and Tips
The audio function does not work.
Picture OK but no sound
• Press the VOL + / – buttons.
• Sound muted? Press the button.
• Try another channel. The problem may be caused by the broadcaster.
No output from one of the speakers
• Adjust the Balance settings in the SOUND menu.
Unusual sound from Inside the TV
• A change in ambient humidity or temperature may result in an unusual noise when
the TV is switched on or off and does not indicate a fault with the TV.
No sound when connecting HDMI
• Check if the input source is HDMI.
Audio noise
• Keep the RF coaxial cable away from the other connected cables.
Password
Lost password
Maintenance, Hints and Tips, Specification
GB
• Select the Set Password setting in the LOCK menu, then use the following master
password “8899”. The master password clears your previous password and allows
you to enter a new password.
There is a problem in PC mode.
The signal is out of range (Invalid
format)
• Adjust the resolution, horizontal frequency, or vertical frequency.
Vertical bar or stripe on background • Use Auto configure or adjust clock, phase, or H/V position.
& Horizontal Noise & Incorrect
position
Screen colour is unstable or single
colour
• Check the signal cable.
• Reinstall the PC video card.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Why have I lost some / all of my
channels?
• It happens sometimes, if you have a weak signal. Usually it just means you’ll need
to rescan your digital box or TV. Don’t worry, it easy to do. And once you’ve done it,
you should get all the Freeview channels available to you. If problems persist you
may need to get your aerial checked. Talk to your retailer or contact your local aerial
installer.
• In most cases, blocking is caused by a reception problem – either the signal is too
weak or there is some kind of interference. Talk to your retailer or contact your local
aerial installer.
Why do I get ‘blocking’ on my digital
• Blocking can also be caused by a digital signal that is too strong. If you are still
picture?
experiencing blocking and the signal is strong, consult your local aerial installer for
advice.
Can I watch Freeview using a
portable set-top aerial?
• Some, but only a few, homes may be able to use a set top aerial. However, for a
much better reception, we strongly recommend that you use a rooftop aerial.
• If you do not have access to a rooftop aerial – for example, if you rent a flat and
the aerial is the responsibility of your landlord, or if you’re using a second TV in
the bedroom and don’t want the hassle and expense of using extension cables,
a set – top aerial may be your only option.
What type of aerial do I need?
• If you are installing a new aerial, we recommend a wideband rooftop aerial rather
than a loft aerial. Loft aerials generally receive a weaker digital signal and are more
likely to get interference from other electrical devices in the home. We suggest you
have an aerial survey done before getting an aerial upgrade.
• Talk to your retailer or contact your local aerial installer.
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Display Modes
Display Modes
The screen resolution has been optimised during production for the display modes listed below.
YPbPr Mode
Resolution
480I: 720 x 480
480P: 720 x 480
576I: 720 x 576
576P: 720 x 576
720P: 1280 x 720
1080I: 1920 x 1080
1080P: 1920 x 1080
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
Aspect Ratio
60
50
50
60
Auto / 4:3 / 16:9 / Zoom1 /
Zoom2 / Panorama
50
60
GB
50
PC Mode
Please check the display settings of your computer before connecting to the TV. If the display setting of your computer does not
match the TV, there may be no video.
Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
Aspect Ratio
60
640 x 480
72
75
60
800 x 600
72
75
Maintenance, Hints and Tips, Specification
60
4:3 / 16:9
60
1024 x 768
70
75
1360 x 768
60
1920 x 1080
60
HDMI Mode
Resolution
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
480I: 1440 x 480
60
480P: 720 x 480
60
576I: 1440 x 576
50
576P: 720 x 576
50
720P: 1280 x 720
1080I: 1920 x 1080
1080P: 1920 x 1080
50
60
Aspect Ratio
Auto / 4:3 / 16:9 / Zoom1 /
Zoom2 / Just Scan / Panorama
50
60
50
60
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Specifications
Specifications
Model
Panel System
L23IP11
23 inch LED Backlight Panel
Display Resolution
1920 pixels (horizontal) x 1080 pixels (vertical)
Television System
PAL I / BG / DK / SECAM BG/DK
Brightness
Contrast Ratio
1000:1
Power Source
100-240V~50/60Hz
Energy Efficiency Class
Screen Size (measured diagonally)
Maintenance, Hints and Tips, Specification
GB
250 cd/m2
Power Consumption (In HOME /
STANDBY mode)
B
Approx. 58 cm (23 inch)
30W
Average Annual Energy Consumption
44kWh
Standby Power Consumption
0.45W
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
0°C – 40°C
10% – 50% RH
Mercury Content (mg)
X
Presence of Lead
√
Reference Period
2010/1062 – 2011
Speaker Power
Dimension (W x D x H) with base
Weight (Net)
3W+3W
583 x 165 x 420 mm
4.5 kg
Inputs / Output
SCART
1
HDMI
1
VGA
1
PC AUDIO
1
YPbPr
1
Common Interface
1
AV
1
USB
3
AUDIO IN (RCA)
1 (L + R)
DIGITAL (Coaxial)
1
RF (75 Ω)
1
Earphone (3.5mm)
1
Features and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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ENERG
Y
IJA
IE
IA
GB
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Maintenance, Hints and Tips, Specification
L23IP11
B
30
Watt
58.4
cm
44
kWh/annum
23
inch
2010/1062 - 2011
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Safety Warnings
Safety Warnings
•
Read all the instructions carefully before using the unit
and keep them for future reference.
•
Retain the manual. If you pass the unit onto a third
party make sure to include this manual.
•
Check that the voltage marked on the rating label
matches your mains voltage.
Damage
• Please inspect the unit for damage after unpacking.
•
Safety Warnings
GB
Do not continue to operate the unit if you are in any
doubt about it working normally, or if it is damaged
in any way - switch off, withdraw the mains plug and
consult your dealer.
Location of Unit
• The unit must be placed on a flat stable surface and
should not be subjected to vibrations.
•
Do not place the unit on sloped or unstable surfaces as
the unit may fall off or tip over.
•
The mains socket must be located near the unit and
should be easily accessible.
•
This unit is designed for indoor use only.
Temperature
• Avoid extreme degrees of temperature, either hot or
cold. Place the unit well away from heat sources such
as radiators or gas / electric fires.
•
Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and other sources of
heat.
Naked Flames
• Never place any type of candle or naked flame on the
top of or near the unit.
Moisture
• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product
damage, do not expose this unit to rain, moisture,
dripping or splashing. No objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, should be placed on the unit.
•
Safety
• Always disconnect the unit from the mains supply
before connecting / disconnecting other devices or
moving the unit.
•
Unplug the unit from the mains socket during a
lightning storm.
Mains Adapter Cable
• Make sure the unit or unit stand is not resting on top of
the mains adapter cable, as the weight of the unit may
damage the mains adapter cable and create a safety
hazard.
Interference
• Do not place the unit on or near appliances which may
cause electromagnetic interference. If you do, it may
adversely affect the operating performance of the unit,
and cause a distorted picture or sound.
Optimum viewing
• View the unit in moderate light to prevent eye strain. It
is recommended to watch the unit from a distance
3-7 times that of the screen height.
LCD screen
• The LCD screen is manufactured using high-precision
technology. However, some tiny black points and /
or bright points (red, blue or green in colour) may
constantly appear on the LCD screen. These points
are generated in the manufacturing process and are
normal.
Screen Burn
• A characteristic of Plasma and TV Panels is that
displaying the same image for a long time may cause
a permanent after-image to remain on the screen. This
is called screen burn. Most pictures shown on the unit
will be constantly moving and fill the screen.
•
Examples of images that you need to watch out for are
as follows (this is not an all-inclusive list):
1. B
lack Bars: If black bars appear at the left / right or
top / bottom of the screen, it is recommended to
change the format so that the picture fills the entire
screen.
If you spill any liquid into the unit, it can cause serious
damage. Switch it off at the mains immediately.
Withdraw the mains adapter and consult your dealer.
Ventilation
• To prevent the risk of electric shock or fire hazard
due to overheating, ensure that curtains and other
materials do not obstruct the ventilation vents.
2. T
V Channel Logos: e.g. Shopping channel logos
and pricing displays - especially if they are bright
and stationary. Moving or low-contrast graphics are
less likely to cause ageing of the screen.
•
Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in
cabinet or in another confined space. Ensure the unit is
well ventilated.
3. Time Displays
Make sure that there is a gap of at least 10 cm on both
sides and a gap of 20 cm at the top.
5. TV Menus
•
4. T
eletext: Do not view a stationary page for long
periods of time.
6. P
ause Mode: Do not leave the screen in pause
mode for long periods of time, e.g. when watching
videos.
20 cm
•
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
To prevent screen burn if viewing any of the above for
long periods of time, reduce contrast and brightness
when viewing. Once burn-in occurs it will never
disappear completely.
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Earphones
• Listening to loud sounds for prolonged periods of time
may permanently damage your hearing.
•
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
Before putting on earphones, turn the volume down
then put the earphones on and slowly increase the
volume until you reach a comfortable listening level.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the unit’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock.
Standby
• The button on the remote control does not switch
off the unit completely. The unit will continue to draw
electricity from the mains supply while in standby. In
the interests of safety and to avoid unnecessary energy
consumption, never leave the unit in standby while
unattended for long periods of time, e.g. overnight,
while on holiday or while out of the house. Disconnect
the mains adapter from the mains socket.
Batteries
• Batteries used in the remote control for this unit
are easily swallowed by young children and this is
dangerous.
•
Please dispose of batteries correctly by following the
guidance in this manual.
Service
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove
screws. The unit does not contain any user-serviceable
parts. Please leave all maintenance work to qualified
personnel.
•
Do not open any fixed covers as this may expose
dangerous voltages.
Maintenance
• Ensure to unplug the unit from the mains socket before
cleaning.
Supervision
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do
not play with the unit and the remote control.
•
Do not use any type of abrasive pad or abrasive
cleaning solutions as these may damage the unit’s
surface.
•
•
Do not use liquids to clean the unit.
Never let anyone especially children push anything
into the holes, slots or any other openings in the case this could result in a fatal electric shock.
GB
Safety Warnings
•
Keep loose batteries away from young children and
make sure that the battery holder tray is secure in the
remote control. Seek medical advice if you believe a
cell has been swallowed.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
manual accompanying the unit.
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If you require a replacement for any of the items listed below, please quote their corresponding
part numbers:
Replacement Part
Part Number
TV Base (Glass Stand)
104130001
Remote Control
118020207
AA Batteries
118030018
Mains Adapter
118010045
Component Adapter Cable
117030014
A/V Adapter Cable
117030015
Ethernet Cable (3m)
0114090187
Glass Stand Screw A
0103020024 (2822/ST4*10F)
Stand Neck Screw B
103010046 (M4*10)
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This symbol on the product or in the instructions means that your electrical and
electronic equipment should be disposed at the end of its life separately from your
household waste. There are separate collection systems for recycling in the EU.
For more information, please contact the local authority or your retailer where you
purchased the product.
Notes for battery disposal
The batteries used with this product contain chemicals that are harmful to the environment. To
preserve our environment, dispose of used batteries according to your local laws or regulations.
Do not dispose of batteries with normal household waste.
For more information, please contact the local authority or your retailer where you purchased the
product.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
The FREEVIEW word and logo are trademarks of DTV services Ltd and are used under licence.
©DTV Services Ltd 2002
The “HD Ready” logo is a trademark of DIGITALEUROPE.
SRS TruSurround HD™ creates an immersive, feature-rich surround sound experience from two
speakers, complete with rich bass, high frequency detail and clear dialogue.
TruSurround HD, SRS and the
symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.
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