Instruction Manual
48” LED FULL HD TV
LT-48C570
Contents
1 Safety Warnings............................................................................................................................................................................7
2Preparation..................................................................................................................................................................................10
Unpacking the TV..............................................................................................................................................................................................................10
Installing / Removing the Base Stand........................................................................................................................................................................11
−− Installing the Base Stand.....................................................................................................................................................................................11
−− Mounting the TV to a Wall..................................................................................................................................................................................12
Front View and Bottom View Controls......................................................................................................................................................................13
Rear View and Sockets.....................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control...............................................................................................................................................................15
Remote Control Operation Range...............................................................................................................................................................................15
Remote Control..................................................................................................................................................................................................................16
3Connections.................................................................................................................................................................................18
Making Video and Audio Connections......................................................................................................................................................................18
Connecting an AV Device Using an HDMI Cable...................................................................................................................................................18
−− Connecting a Soundbar - HDMI ARC (Audio Return Channel) ............................................................................................................19
Connecting an Audio Receiver.....................................................................................................................................................................................19
Connecting an AV Device Using a Component (YPbPr) Cable........................................................................................................................ 20
Connecting an AV Device Using a SCART Cable................................................................................................................................................... 20
Connecting an AV Device Using Composite Cable...............................................................................................................................................21
Connecting to Network.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
Connecting Headphones............................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
4 Initial Setup.................................................................................................................................................................................23
Turning the TV On for the First Time......................................................................................................................................................................... 23
−− First Time Installation.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
−− Target Region Setting (UK only)...................................................................................................................................................................... 25
−− Eco Friendly / Auto Standby Function.......................................................................................................................................................... 25
−− Selecting the Input Source................................................................................................................................................................................ 26
−− Channel Selection ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
−− Listening to the Radio (Radio Mode)............................................................................................................................................................. 26
−− Display Channel Information........................................................................................................................................................................... 26
−− Volume Adjustment............................................................................................................................................................................................. 26
5 Customising TV Settings............................................................................................................................................................27
Picture Setting................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 27
Sound Setting.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
−− Stereo / Dual Sound Reception (ATV Mode)............................................................................................................................................... 29
−− Speaker Sound Output Selection (DTV Mode).......................................................................................................................................... 29
Channel Setting................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 29
−− Auto Tuning (DTV / ATV Mode)........................................................................................................................................................................ 29
−− Digital Manual Tuning (DTV Mode).................................................................................................................................................................31
−− Analogue Manual Tuning (ATV Mode)...........................................................................................................................................................31
−− Channel Edit (ATV / DTV Mode)....................................................................................................................................................................... 32
−− Signal Information (DTV Mode)....................................................................................................................................................................... 33
−− Common Interface (DTV Mode)...................................................................................................................................................................... 34
−− Recorded List (DTV Mode)................................................................................................................................................................................. 35
−− Schedule List (DTV Mode)................................................................................................................................................................................. 35
Select Sources.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
−− Over Air Download (DTV Mode)...................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Time Settings..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Lock Setting........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 38
−− System Lock............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 38
−− Set Password.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 39
−− Channel Lock.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
−− Parental Guidance................................................................................................................................................................................................ 40
−− Key Lock....................................................................................................................................................................................................................41
Setup Settings.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42
−− Language................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 42
−− Audio Languages (DTV Mode)......................................................................................................................................................................... 42
−− Subtitle Language (DTV Mode)....................................................................................................................................................................... 43
−− Hearing Impaired.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 43
−− Blue Screen............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 44
−− HDMI CEC Control................................................................................................................................................................................................ 44
−− Environment........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 46
System Setting................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 46
−− Network Configuration...................................................................................................................................................................................... 46
−− PVR File System (DTV Mode)............................................................................................................................................................................. 47
−− Software Update (USB) (DTV Mode).............................................................................................................................................................. 48
−− Reset TV.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48
6 Using the Features......................................................................................................................................................................49
EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) (DTV Mode).................................................................................................................................................. 49
−− Switch On / Off EPG.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 49
−− Select a Programme............................................................................................................................................................................................ 49
Red Button (Interactive Services) (DTV Mode)....................................................................................................................................................... 50
−− Accessing the Information................................................................................................................................................................................ 50
7Entertainment.............................................................................................................................................................................51
Connecting a USB Storage Device...............................................................................................................................................................................51
Viewing Movies..................................................................................................................................................................................................................51
Listening to Music............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 52
Viewing Photos.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 52
8 PVR (Personal Video Recorder)..................................................................................................................................................53
Time Shift Function.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 53
Recording DTV Programme onto a USB Storage Device................................................................................................................................... 54
Timer Programming........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 55
Playing Recorded Programme .................................................................................................................................................................................... 56
9 Other Information.......................................................................................................................................................................57
Maintenance..........................................................................................................................................................................57
Hints and Tips........................................................................................................................................................................57
Display Modes.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 59
−− YPbPr Mode............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 59
−− HDMI Mode ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 59
Product Fiche and Specifications............................................................................................................................................................................... 60
Remote Control Codes.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 62
−− Sky Codes................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 62
Useful Information and Licences................................................................................................................................................................................ 62
Chapter
1 1
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.
•
WARNING: Never let people (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack
of experience and / or knowledge use electrical devices
unsupervised.
•
To avoid danger of suffocation, keep plastic bags out of
reach of babies, children and domestic animals.
•
Carefully attach the stand to the TV. If the stand is
provided with screws, tighten the screws firmly to
prevent the TV from tilting. Do not over tighten the
screws and mount the stand rubbers properly.
Damage
• Please inspect the unit for damage after unpacking.
•
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.
Wall Mounting
• Read the TV and wall mount instructions before
mounting your TV on the wall.
•
For TVs over 40” in size, wall mounting requires 2
people to lift and position the TV on to the wall mount.
•
The wall mount bracket is not supplied, they can be
purchased from your dealer.
•
Do not install the TV on a ceiling or an inclined wall.
•
Only use the screws supplied with the wall mount
bracket when attaching the TV to the bracket. See your
TV instructions for screw type.
•
Tighten the wall mount screw firmly to prevent the TV
from falling. Do not over tighten the screws.
•
If you are in any doubt how to mount your TV, contact
a professional.
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.
Location of Unit
• The unit must be placed on a flat stable surface and
should not be subjected to vibrations.
Naked Flames
• Never place any type of candle or naked flame on the
top of or near the unit.
•
Do not place the unit on sloped or unstable surfaces
as the unit may fall off or tip over causing serious
personal injury or death.
•
The mains socket must be located near the unit and
should be easily accessible.
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.
•
This unit is designed for indoor, domestic use only.
•
•
Use this TV set at an altitude of less than 2000 meters
above sea level, in dry locations and in regions with
moderate or tropical climates.
Many injuries, particularly to children, can be avoided by
taking simple precautions such as;
•
Using cabinets or stands recommended by the
manufacturer of the television set.
•
Only use furniture that can safely support the
television set.
•
Ensuring the television set is not overhanging the edge
of the supporting furniture.
•
Not placing the television set on tall furniture (for
example, cupboards or bookcases) without anchoring
both furniture and the television set to a suitable
support.
•
Not standing the television set on cloth or other
materials placed between the television and
supporting furniture.
•
Educating children about the dangers of climbing
on furniture to reach the television set or its controls.
If your existing television set is being retained and
relocated, the same considerations as above should be
applied.
If you spill any liquid into the unit, it can cause serious
damage. Switch it off at the mains immediately.
Withdraw the mains plug 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.
•
Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in
cabinet or in another confined space. Ensure the unit is
well ventilated.
•
Make sure that there is a gap of at least 10 cm on both
sides and a gap of 20 cm at the top.
20 cm
10 cm
10 cm
MENU VOL - VOL +
CH-
10 cm
CH+
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 and long inactivity periods (going on
holiday).
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1 Safety Warnings
Mains Cable
• Make sure the unit or unit stand is not resting on top of
the mains cable, as the weight of the unit may damage
the mains cable and create a safety hazard.
•
A damaged power cord/plug can cause fire or give you
an electric shock. Handle the power cord by the plug,
do not unplug the TV by pulling the power cord.
•
Never touch the power cord/plug with wet hands as
this could cause a short circuit or electric shock.
•
Never make a knot in the power cord or tie it with
other cords.
•
If the mains cable is damaged it must be replaced
by the manufacturer, its service agent, or similarly
qualified persons in order to avoid a 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.
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.
3. Time Displays
4. T
eletext: Do not view a stationary page for long
periods of time.
5. TV Menus
6. P
ause Mode: Do not leave the screen in pause
mode for long periods of time, e.g. when watching
videos.
•
8
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.
Earphones
• Listening to loud sounds for prolonged periods of time
may permanently damage your hearing.
•
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.
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 plug from the mains socket.
Batteries
• Batteries used in the remote control for this unit are easily
swallowed by young children and this is dangerous.
•
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.
•
Please dispose of batteries correctly by following the
guidance in this manual.
•
Do not dispose of batteries in fire or with hazardous or
flammable materials.
•
The batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat
such as sunshine, fire or the like.
Supervision
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do
not play with the unit and the remote control.
•
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.
Earthing
• Apparatus connected to the protective earthing of the
building installation through the MAINS connection
or through other apparatus with a connection to
protective earthing - and to a television distribution
system using coaxial cable, may in some circumstances
create a fire hazard. Connection to a television
distribution system has therefore to be provided
through a device providing electrical isolation below a
certain frequency range (galvanic isolator,
see EN 60728-11).
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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.
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.
Safety Warnings 1
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.
•
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.
•
The wall socket plug is used as a disconnect device, the
disconnect device should be readily accessible.
•
This equipment is a Class II or double insulated
electrical appliance. It has been designed in such
a way that it does not require a safety connection
to electrical earth.
To prevent the spread of fire,
keep candles or other open
flames away from this product
at all times.
9
Chapter
22
Preparation
Thank you for purchasing your new JVC 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 so 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.
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:
TITLE
ASPECT
S.MODE
P.MODE
GUIDE
LIST
MENU
INPUT
OK
BACK
PROG
EXIT
ANGLE
TV.RD
SETUP
FAV
HOLD
REVEAL SUBPAGE
INDEX
MENU
TEXT
S
CANCEL
MIX
SIZE
OK
AUDIO
STEP
REPEAT
A-B
L
SLOW
Remote Control /
AAA Batteries x 2
TV
Screw A x 4
Screw B x 4
Instruction Manual
Quick Start Guide
R
ZOOM
GOTO
TV Stand Support (L) x 1
TV Stand Support (R) x 1
Composite Adapter Cable
(AV)
TV Stand Base
Component Adapter Cable
(YPbPr)
• If items are missing, or damaged please contact Partmaster (UK only). Tel: 0344 800 3456 for assistance.
• If you require additional assistance:
For UK, please call our UK Call Centre on 0344 561 1234.
For Ireland, please call our Ireland Call Center on 1 890 818 575.
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Preparation 2
Installing / Removing the Base Stand
• The LCD 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 LCD display, comes into contact with it. DO
NOT exert pressure on the front of the TV at any time because the screen could crack.
• It is recommended that two people take part in the base installation.
1. Disconnect all cables connected to the TV.
2. Lay the TV down on a flat surface with the back side facing up, and ideally at the edge of a table so that the base of the TV
slightly overhangs on it. Please make sure a soft cushioned material (such as a pillow or thick piece of foam) is placed beneath
the screen.
Installing the Base Stand
1. Fit the stand support onto the stand base. Ensure the stand support marking position is in right position (L = left, R = right).
Align with the screw holes then screw the support by using 4 screws A supplied.
Screw A x 2
Screw A x 2
TV Stand Support
(Left) (included)
TV Stand Support
(Right) (included)
R
L
TV Stand Base Front
(included)
2. Slide the stand assembly under the bottom of the TV. The stand assembly will fit snugly over the screw holes. Then screw the
stand to the TV by using 4 screws B supplied.
TV Stand Base Front
screw B x 4
• Please read this instruction manual carefully while setting up your TV.
• If you require additional assistance:
For UK, please call our UK Call Centre on 0344 561 1234.
For Ireland, please call our Ireland Call Center on 1 890 818 575.
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2 Preparation
Mounting the TV to a Wall
• Remove the stand assembly before mounting the TV onto the wall.
• It is recommended that two people take part in the base installation.
1. To remove the stand assembly, untighten the screws holding the stand assembly at the rear of the TV. Remove the stand
assembly.
Keep all the spare screws should you want to use the stand assembly option.
2. This TV is designed to be wall-mounted with a standard mounting kit (sold separately) designed for flat-panel TVs. 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 page 18-22 and page 51 for details) before mounting on to the wall.
TV Weight (Without Stand): 9.5 kg
400 mm
200 mm
6-8mm
M6
Four mounting holes
(size M6x8 screw)
• Some models of TV are provided 4 screws inside the mounting holes. Be sure to use these supplied screws with your
mounting kit when attaching the mounting hooks to the TV set. The supplied screws are designed for the TV. Use of
screws other than those supplied may result in internal damage to the TV set or cause it to fall, etc.
• Before mounting on the wall, untighten the screws inside the mounting holes.
• Please read this instruction manual carefully while setting up your TV.
• If you require additional assistance:
For UK, please call our UK Call Centre on 0344 561 1234.
For Ireland, please call our Ireland Call Center on 1 890 818 575.
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Preparation 2
Front View and Bottom View Controls
MENU VOL - VOL +
CH-
CH+
1
V–
3
4
2
V+
5
CH
–
CH
+
6
7
Item
Description
1
POWER LED
Illuminates red when the TV is in standby mode. The LED will blink in red, confirming
that a timer recording programme has started in 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.
Press to select among different input signal sources:
Digital TV / Analogue TV / HDMI 1 / HDMI 2 / HDMI 3 / AV / SCART / YPbPr / USB.
Confirmed selection on the OSD menu.
3
4
MENU
Displays the OSD (on screen display) menu.
5
VOL (V) + / –
Adjusts the volume.
Press to select and adjust a setting in the OSD menu.
6
CH + / –
Press to select a channel or select a sub-menu from the OSD menu.
7
Switches the TV on from standby mode.
Switches the TV back to standby mode.
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2 Preparation
YPbPr
7
AV
8
500mA
9
HDMI3
5V
USB
COMMON INTERFACE (CI)
Rear View and Sockets
14
HEADPHONE
LAN
Digital Audio Output
(optical)
SCART
1
2
3
4
HDMI1(ARC)
HDMI2
5
10
5
RF
6
Item
Description
1HEADPHONE
Connects to the headphones.
2LAN
Connects your TV to the internet router by an Ethernet cable.
3 Digital Audio Output (optical)
Connects to the audio socket on the digital/standard 5.1 audio system.
4SCART
Connects to a VCR, DVD Player, or other AV device with a SCART output socket.
5
HDMI1(ARC) / HDMI2 /
HDMI3
Connects to a High-Definition (HD) signal output device, such as a set-top box, blu-ray
disc player or AV receiver.
6
RF Aerial
Connects to the aerial socket on the wall with the RF coaxial cable.
7
COMMON INTERFACE
Allows the insertion of a Common Access Module.
8
YPbPr / AV
Connects to a DVD player, Digital Set-Top-Box, or other AV devices with component
(YPbPr) video and audio output sockets.
9AV
Connects to the composite output sockets on external video devices.
10USB
Allows the insertion of a USB storage device to play video, audio, photo and text files
(USB mode) and record DTV programmes on to a USB storage device.
Preparation 2
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 AAA size batteries. Make sure the (+) and ( - ) ends of
the batteries match the (+) and ( - ) ends indicated in the battery
compartment.
3. Close the battery compartment cover.
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.
Handling the Remote Control
• Take care of your fingernails when you press and hold
the battery release tab.
• Only use the battery type indicated in this manual.
• Do not spill water or any liquid on the remote control.
• When the batteries are exhausted, the remote will
not function. Replace both batteries at the same time
with new ones.
• Do not place the remote control on a wet object.
• 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.
• Do not drop or cause impact to the remote control.
• 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.
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.
MENU VOL - VOL +
CH-
CH+
30°
30°
5M
TITLE
ASPECT
S.MODE
P.MODE
GUIDE
LIST
MENU
INPUT
OK
BACK
PROG
EXIT
ANGLE
TV.RD
SETUP
FAV
HOLD
REVEAL SUBPAGE
INDEX
MENU
TEXT
S
CANCEL
MIX
SIZE
OK
AUDIO
ZOOM
GOTO
STEP
SLOW
REPEAT
A-B
15
2 Preparation
Remote Control
1.
2.
Mute and restore your TV sound.
Switch the TV between on and standby mode.
3. ASPECT
Watch the screen in various formats: Auto / 4:3 / 16:9 / Smart
Zoom / Zoom / Full Screen / Subtitle. (DTV / ATV mode)
4. S.MODE
Select sound mode: Standard / Music / Movie / Sports /
Personal.
5. GUIDE
Displays the EPG Electronic Programme Guide. (DTV mode)
TITLE
No function.
6. P.MODE
Select picture mode: Standard / Movie / Personal / Dynamic.
7. 0-9 Number Button
Press to select a programme.
8. LIST
Display the channel list. (ATV / DTV mode)
9.
2
TITLE
3
4
ASPECT
S.MODE
P.MODE
5
6
GUIDE
7
8
10
11
9
LIST
MENU
INPUT
12
EXIT
17
(RECALL)
Return to the previous viewing channel. (ATV / DTV mode)
10. i
Display the present channel information such as the current
time and channel name. (ATV / DTV mode)
11. MENU
Display the OSD (On Screen Display) menu.
12. INPUT
Select among the different input signal sources:
Digital TV / Analogue TV / HDMI 1 / HDMI 2 / HDMI 3 / AV /
SCART / YPbPr / USB.
13.
1
Allows you to navigate the OSD menus and adjust the system
settings to your preference.
13
OK
14
15
BACK
16
18
PROG
ANGLE
TV.RD
19
20
SETUP
FAV
14. OK
Confirm the selection in the OSD menus.
15. BACK
Return to the previous menu in the OSD menus.
16. PROG
Display the Channel Edit menu. (ATV / DTV mode)
17. Exit
Exit the OSD menu.
18. TV.RD
A short-cut to switch input source to TV / Digital radio channels.
ANGLE
No function.
HOLD
REVEAL SUBPAGE
INDEX
MENU
TEXT
S
CANCEL
MIX
SIZE
OK
AUDIO
ZOOM
GOTO
STEP
SLOW
REPEAT
A-B
19. FAV
Display the favourite channel list. (ATV / DTV mode)
SETUP
No function.
20. VOL + / –
Adjust the volume.
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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Preparation 2
21. CH + / –
Select a channel.
22.
23.
No function.
TITLE
To skip to the beginning of the previous chapter / track /
photo. (USB mode)
ASPECT
S.MODE
P.MODE
GUIDE
Skip to the beginning of the next chapter / track / photo.
(USB mode)
Reverse playback rapidly. (USB mode)
Advance playback rapidly. (USB mode)
HOLD / REVEAL / SUBPAGE / INDEX
No function.
LIST
24. TEXT
Turn on and off the teletext function. (DTV mode)
MENU
INPUT
MENU
No function.
25. S (Subtitle)
Display subtitles which are broadcast with the programme.
(DTV mode)
26.
OK
/ CANCEL / SIZE
No function.
OK / MIX
No function.
BACK
27. AUDIO
• To display the Audio Language list and select an audio
language or audio format if available (only applicable
when the TV programme has this feature) . (DTV mode)
• Select Stereo / Dual Sound Reception. (ATV mode)
28.
PLAY
Start playback. (USB mode)
29.
REC
Record the current programme. (DTV mode).
ZOOM
No function.
30.
Stop
Stop the playback or recording. (USB / DTV mode)
31. (Pause)
• Pause playback. (USB mode)
• Start the time-shift function (DTV mode)
STEP
No function.
32. Coloured buttons
• Access the TELETEXT items. (DTV mode)
• Access menu options.
PROG
EXIT
ANGLE
TV.RD
SETUP
21
FAV
22
23
24
26
27
29
30
32
HOLD
REVEAL SUBPAGE
INDEX
MENU
TEXT
S
CANCEL
MIX
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SIZE
OK
28
AUDIO
ZOOM
GOTO
STEP
SLOW
REPEAT
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A-B
GOTO (RED)
Skip to a specific location during play video. (USB mode)
SLOW (GREEN)
Play video slowly. (USB mode)
REPEAT (YELLOW)
No function.
A–B (BLUE)
No function.
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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Chapter
33
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 cable to the mains socket until all other connections are
complete.
Best Video
Performance
HDMI1
YPbPr
Signal Type
Separate Audio
Connection Required
HDMI
(480i/480p/576i/576p/720p/1080i/1080p)
No
Component Video
(480i/480p/576i/576p/720p/1080i/1080p)
AV IN
SCART (RGB Input)
No
Composite Video
No
Yes
SCART
AV IN
Connecting an AV Device Using an HDMI Cable
•
This TV can accept High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) supports HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
Protocol.
•
This TV has a total of 3 HDMI input sockets, please make sure the correct input source is selected and corresponds to your
connected HDMI input socket.
•
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.
Rear Right Side View of TV
HDMI3
COMMON INTERFACE (CI)
AV
2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket
before switching on the TV.
3. Press the button on the right bottom panel under
the TV frame or on the remote control to turn on your
TV.
USB
5V
YPbPr
500mA
Rear Bottom View of TV
HEADPHONE
LAN
Digital Audio Output
(optical)
SCART
4. Press the
button on the right bottom panel under
the TV frame or the INPUT button on the remote
control to display the Source List. Use the
buttons
to select HDMI1 / HDMI2 / HDMI3 and then press the
OK button to confirm.
HDMI1(ARC)
HDMI2
HDMI Cable
(not included)
Although this TV is able to connect to an HDMI
device, it is possible that some devices may not
operate correctly.
Game Console
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Set-top Box
Blu-ray Player / DVD Player /
Recorder
RF
Connections 3
Connecting a Soundbar - HDMI ARC (Audio Return Channel)
The ARC (Audio Return Channel) function allows you to send audio from your ARC-compliant TV to ARC-compliant audio devices
(e.g. soundbar) through a single HDMI connection.
To enjoy the ARC function, please ensure your ARC-compliant audio devices are connected by an HDMI cable that support the
ARC function to the HDMI 1(ARC) socket of your ARC-compliant TV. When correctly set up, you can use your TV remote control to
adjust the volume output (VOL +/– and MUTE) of the connected audio device.
HDMI Cable
(not included)
HDMI port with
ARC Function
HDMI 1(ARC)
MENU VOL - VOL +
CH-
CH+
TV
HDMI-ARC compliant device
• Ensure that audio device is HDMI CEC and ARC compliant and that the TV is connected to the device using an HDMI cable
attached to HDMI-ARC connectors.
• The HDMI 1 connector is HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC) compliant. Use it to output digital audio to an HDMI home
theater system.
• If the ARC-compliant audio devices do not support sound that TV outputs, such as Dolby Digital, or Dolby Digital Plus,
then ARC function will not work and there may be no sound from ARC-compliant audio devices. In this case, additional
connection with digital optical cable is necessary.
• The HDMI CEC feature has different trade names on different brands. The compatibility performance may vary with
different CEC-enabled devices.
• Please refer to your ARC-compliant devices' guidebook for more details on the operation of the HDMI ARC function.
• Ensure HDMI CEC is On (refer to page 44 for details on HDMI CEC).
Connecting an Audio Receiver
For better sound quality, you may want to play the audio through your multi-channel audio receiver.
1. Use an optical cable to connect the TV’s Digital
Audio Output (optical) socket to an external audio
receiver’s audio optical input socket.
Rear Bottom View of TV
HEADPHONE
LAN
Digital Audio Output
(optical)
SCART
HDMI1(ARC)
HDMI2
RF
2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket
before switching on the TV.
3. Press the button on the right bottom panel under
the TV frame or on the remote control to turn on your
TV.
Optical Cable
(not included)
4. Press the
button on the right bottom panel under
the TV frame or the INPUT button on the remote
control to display the Source List. Use the
buttons
on the remote control to select the desired input
source and then press the OK button to confirm.
The TV’s volume will not be affected. You may
control the audio level via the Audio Receiver.
Audio Receiver
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3 Connections
Connecting an AV Device Using a Component (YPbPr) Cable
Rear Right Side View of TV
HDMI3
AV
5V
3. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket
before switching on the TV.
Blue (Pb/Cb)
Cr
Pb/Cb
Cb
Green (Y)
Y
Y
Pr
Red (R)
Pb
Red
Y
White (L)
Video output ports on DVD
player
Component
Adapter Cable
(included)
White
Pr
Yellow (Video)
Pb
Composite
Adapter Cable
(included)
Yellow
Y
YPbPr
500mA
Component
Cable
(not included)
AV Cable
(not included)
Pr/Cr
Pb/Cb
Y
COMPONENT
OUT
Pr
Pb
Y
Video Camera
R
L
5. Press the
button on the right bottom panel under
the TV frame or the INPUT button on the remote
control to display the Source List. Use the
buttons
to select YPbPr and then press the OK button to
confirm.
Red (R)
White (L)
Yellow (Video)
4. Press the button on the right bottom panel under
the TV frame or on the remote control to turn on your
TV.
Red (Pr/Cr)
2. Use an AV cable to connect the TV’s AUDIO(L/R) input
sockets to the external AV device’s component audio
output sockets. (Audio Left = white, and Audio Right
= red)
Component port on the TV
COMMON INTERFACE (CI)
USB
Pr/Cr
1. Connect the component cable from the TV’s YPbPr
input sockets to an external AV device’s component
output sockets.
Set-top Box
Game Console
Blu-ray Player / DVD Player /
Recorder
Satellite
antenna
cable
Satellite Receiver
Connecting an AV Device Using a SCART Cable
1. Use a SCART cable to connect the TV’s SCART input
socket to an external AV device’s SCART output
socket.
Rear Bottom View of TV
HEADPHONE
LAN
Digital Audio Output
(optical)
SCART
HDMI1(ARC)
HDMI2
RF
2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket
before switching on the TV.
3. Press the button on the right bottom panel under
the TV frame or 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)
Ensure the both side of SCART plugs are fully
plugged to the TV and the connected devices.
VCR
DVD Player / Recorder
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Set-top Box
Satellite
antenna
cable
Satellite Receiver
Connections 3
Connecting an AV Device Using Composite Cable
Rear Right Side View of TV
1. Use an AV cable to connect the TV’s AUDIO(L/R)
/ VIDEO input sockets to the external AV device’s
composite audio / video output sockets.
(VIDEO = yellow, Audio Left = white, and
Audio Right = red)
COMMON INTERFACE (CI)
USB
AV
5V
YPbPr
500mA
White (L)
Yellow
White (L)
Red (R)
4. Press the
button on the right bottom panel
under the TV frame or the INPUT button on the
remote control to display the Source List. Use the
buttons to select AV and then press the OK
button to confirm.
White
Red (R)
3. Press the button on the right bottom panel
under the TV frame or on the remote control to
turn on your TV.
Yellow (Video)
Composite Adapter Cable
(included)
Red
2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket
before switching on the TV.
HDMI3
AV Cable
(not included)
Yellow (Video)
DVD Player / Recorder
Video Camera
Game Console
VCR
Set-top Box
Satellite
antenna
cable
Satellite Receiver
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3 Connections
Connecting to Network
Connects your TV to the internet router by an
Ethernet cable. It allows access to some IP channels
that are available on T2 products. These are accessible
through the normal EPG / channel list. It can also
allow access to Red button plus services on some TVs.
Rear Bottom View of TV
HEADPHONE
LAN
Wired a Network Connection
Use an LAN or Ethernet cable (CAT5 or better with
RJ45 connector) to connect the TV’s LAN socket to the
corresponding port on your router.
Digital Audio Output
(optical)
SCART
HDMI1(ARC)
HDMI2
RF
Ethernet Cable
(not included)
WAN
1
2
3
4
Internet
• This unit cannot be connected to a standalone modem directly. A router or a modem incorporated with a router has to be
used.
• When plugging or unplugging the LAN cable, hold the plug portion of the cable. When unplugging, do not pull on the
LAN cable but unplug while pressing down on the lock.
• Do not connect a modular phone cable to the LAN socket.
• Since there are various connection configurations, please follow the specifications and instructions of your
telecommunication carrier, Internet service provider, and router setting guidebook.
Connecting Headphones
Connect your headphones to the TV’s HEADPHONE
socket.
Rear Bottom View of TV
HEADPHONE
LAN
Digital Audio Output
(optical)
Before putting on the headphones, turn the volume
down then put the headphones on and slowly
increase the volume until you reach a comfortable
listening level.
Earphones Cable
(not included)
Long-term exposure to loud music may cause
hearing damage. It is best to avoid extreme
volume when using headphones, especially for
extended periods.
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SCART
HDMI1(ARC)
HDMI2
RF
Chapter
44
Initial Setup
Turning the TV On for the First Time
• This instruction manual explains the basic instructions for operating this unit. Unless otherwise stated, all operations
described are based on remote control use.
• All pictures shown are for illustration purpose only. Actual product may vary due to product enhancement.
• When an item in main menu is displayed gray, it means that the item is not available or cannot be adjusted.
• If you are going to watch TV using a set-top box, simply connect your TV and set-top box via a HDMI cable and select
HDMI in the Input Source menu.
1. Connect one end of the RF coaxial cable to the
aerial socket on the wall and the other end of the
cable to the RF (75Ω) socket at the rear bottom of
your TV.
OR
Do not connect the TV to the mains
supply until you have completed all the
connections.
RF coaxial cable
(not included)
HEADPHONE
LAN
Digital Audio Output
(optical)
SCART
HDMI1(ARC)
HDMI2
RF
2. Connect the mains cable to the mains socket after
you have completed all the connections.
3. At this stage, the TV switches to standby mode. The
red LED indicator will illuminate on the front panel of
the TV.
4. In standby mode, press the button on the right
bottom panel under the TV frame or on the remote
control to turn the TV on. The red LED indicator will
turn off.
To the mains
socket
• Always disconnect the TV from the mains socket when not in use for a long period of time.
• The button on the right bottom panel under the TV frame or 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 plug from the mains socket.
First Time Installation
1. The first time you turn the TV on, it will go straight into the First Time Installation menu.
Please ensure the aerial is plugged in. (If you have already installed the TV using the Quick
Start Guide, please go to the section “Selecting the Input Source” on the next page.)
If you are going to watch TV using a set-top box, press the EXIT
button on the remote control then skip this section. Then press the
INPUT button on the remote control to select HDMI mode.
First Time Installation
WELCOME:
We hope you will be very
happy with your new TV
Please ensure aerial is plugged
in!
Then press [OK] button.
OK
Select
EXIT Exit
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4 Initial Setup
buttons to select your desired OSD language. The default on-screen menu
2. Press the
language is set as English.
First Time Installation
Language
English
Deutsch
Español
Tuning Mode
DTV ONLY
Country
UK
Environment
Home Mode
Auto Tuning
Move
OK
3. Press the button to select Tuning Mode. Press the
DTV ONLY / ATV ONLY.
buttons to select DTV + ATV /
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
First Time Installation
Language
English
DTV + ATV
Tuning Mode
DTV ONLY
ATV ONLY
Country
UK
Environment
Home Mode
Auto Tuning
Move
OK
4. Press the
button to select Country. Press the
buttons to select the country option.
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
First Time Installation
Language
English
Tuning Mode
DTV ONLY
Country
UK
Spain
Ireland
Environment
Home Mode
Auto Tuning
Move
OK
5. Press the button to select Environment. Press the
buttons to select your desired
mode. If select Store Mode, a pop-up menu will be display. Press the
buttons to select
Yes to confirm or press any button to cancel and return to the Environment menu.
Home Mode
Intended for use in home environment.
Store Mode
Intended for use in retail environment.
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
First Time Installation
Language
English
Tuning Mode
DTV ONLY
Country
UK
Environment
Home Mode
Store Mode
Store Mode
Auto Tuning
• For the best picture quality in your home environment, we
recommend setting the TV to Home Mode.
Move
OK
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
• In Shop Mode, the default Picture Mode under the PICTURE
menu is set as Standard and the Backlight is set as 10 (refer to
page 27 for details).
6. Press the
button to select Auto Tuning and then press the OK button.
First Time Installation
Language
English
Tuning Mode
DTV ONLY
Country
UK
Environment
Home Mode
Auto Tuning
Move
OK
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Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
Initial Setup 4
7. Channel tuning will commence. This operation may take up to few minutes.
The display will show the progress of the tuning and the number of channels
found.
8. If you select DTV + ATV and you want to skip the DTV tuning during
scanning, press the MENU button to interrupt the tuning half way. A pop-up
menu will be display. Press the buttons to select Yes to confirm.
Channel Tuning
ATV
:
0
Channel(s)
DTV
:
0
Channel(s)
Radio
:
0
Channel(s)
Data
:
0
Channel(s)
5
9. 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
Channel Edit under the Channel menu (refer to page 32 for details).
%
UHF
CH
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MENU Skip
DTV
EXIT Exit
Target Region Setting (UK only)
During tuning your TV may have received signals from more than one transmitter. If this has occurred the Target Region Setting
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 select each option's setting and then press the OK button to confirm.
Country Code
This will be shown as GBR for the UK.
Primary Region
This will show the regional country (e.g. England, Wales, Scotland, NI).
Secondary Region
This will allow you to set the region for your local news service on BBC and ITV (e.g. 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).
Select Country
Select Primary region
Select Secondary region
Select Tertiary region
GBR
England
Cambridgeshire & Bedfordshire
Cambridge
London
OK
Select
OK
Select
OK
Select
OK
Select
Eco Friendly / Auto Standby Function
The latest eco-friendly power saving technology will automatically switch the TV into standby mode if the TV is left on and idle
for 4 hours or it does not receive an input signal for serveral minutes. A reminder screen will pop up and count down before the
switches to standby mode. Once the TV is switched to standby mode, the red LED indicator will illuminate on the front panel of
the TV.
Press the button on the right bottom panel under the TV frame or on the remote control to turn on your TV. The red LED
indicator will turn off and a pop up message will be prompt on the screen AFTER wake up from standby. To turn off the auto
standby function, please refer to page 37 Auto Standby under the Time Settings section.
• Always disconnect the TV from the mains socket when not in use for a long period of time.
• The button on the right bottom panel under the TV frame or 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 plug from the mains socket.
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4 Initial Setup
Selecting the Input Source
1. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to display the
Input source list.
2. Press the
buttons to select the input source that you
want: Digital TV / Analogue TV / HDMI 1 / HDMI 2 / HDMI 3 /
AV / SCART / YPbPr / USB.
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.
Input Source
Input Source
Digital TV
D
AV
Analogue TV
A
SCART
HDMI 1
YPbPr
HDMI 2
USB
HDMI 3
Move
Move
Alternative
OK
Select
EXIT Exit
OK
Select
EXIT Exit
Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press
the
buttons to select the SOURCES menu and
then press the OK button. Press the
buttons to
select the input source that you want, and then press
the OK button to confirm.
Press the TV.RD button to switch to TV / 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 LIST 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 page 40 for details on Channel Lock).
•
Press the FAV button to view the Favourite List. Then use the
buttons to highlight and select the channel. Press the OK
button to view the selected channel (refer to page 32 for details on Channel Edit).
•
Press the
button to return to the previously viewed channel.
Listening to the Radio (Radio Mode)
•
In DTV mode, press the TV.RD button to switch between DTV and Digital radio channel.
•
Press the CH + / – buttons on the remote control repeatedly to change the radio stations.
Alternative
Press the LIST button to enter the Channel List. Then use the
Press the OK button to listen to the selected station.
•
buttons to highlight and select the station.
Press the GUIDE button to see all the stations in the Programme Guide (refer to page 49 for details on EPG).
Display Channel Information
•
Press the i button to view the current information.
Volume Adjustment
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•
Press the VOL + or – button on the side panel of the TV or on the remote control to adjust the volume.
•
If you wish to switch the sound off, press the button. You can turn the volume down while your TV is in mute mode. Press
the VOL – button, you will see the volume level reduce, but you won’t hear anything at the moment. To listen to your TV at
the new lower level, press the button again or VOL + button.
Chapter
55
Customising TV Settings
Picture Setting
Allows you to set your preferred picture mode.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the PICTURE menu and then press the OK button.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
2. Press the
buttons to select the following options, and then press the
buttons to adjust each option’s setting or the OK button to select
the options.
PICTURE
Dynamic
Picture Mode
Standard
Movie
Contrast
50
Brightness
50
Colour
50
Sharpness
50
Move
OK
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
Picture Mode
Select among picture mode: Standard / Movie / Personal / Dynamic.
Contrast
Adjusts the difference between light and dark levels in the picture. (for Personal mode)
Brightness
Increases or decreases the amount of white in the picture. (for Personal mode)
Colour
Controls the colour intensity. (for Personal mode)
Tint (for NTSC
format)
Adjusts the balance between red, blue and green levels.
(Tint is only available for NTSC signal input via the SCART or AV IN.)
Sharpness
Adjusts the level of crispness in the edges between light and dark areas of the picture. (for Personal
mode)
Backlight
Adjusts the backlight setting of your TV. This controls the brightness and display performance of the
screen.
Increasing the backlight setting will increase the brightness and display performance of
the screen. The higher the setting is, the higher the power consumption. You can select
from 1-10 to strike a balance between the picture brightness / display performance / power
consumption. Reducing the backlight setting will help you reduce power consumption and
thus save money by reducing electricity bills.
Colour Temp
Select among colour temperature: Normal / Warm / Cold.
• Red: Increases red tint
• Green: Increases green tint
• Blue: Increases blue tint
Aspect Ratio
(available in
Digital TV /
Analogue TV /
HDMI mode)
Allows you to watch the screen in various picture formats: Auto / 4:3 / 16:9.
Alternative
You may press the ASPECT button to select the aspect ratio directly.
Input Signal 4:3
Auto
This selection will display
the picture according to
the aspect ratio of the
input source. Black bars will
appear on both the left and
right of the screen.
Input Signal 16:9
This selection will display
the picture according to
the aspect ratio of the
input source.
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5 Customising TV Settings
Noise
Reduction
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
vertically, 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.
Select to reduce the noise level of the connected device: Middle / High / Off / Low.
3. Press the MENU button to return to return to the main menu or press the EXIT button to exit the menu.
Sound Setting
Allows you to select an audio-enhancement technique.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the SOUND menu and then press the OK button.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
2. Press the
buttons to select the following options, and then press the
buttons to adjust each option’s setting or the OK button to select
the options.
SOUND
Personal
Sound Mode
Standard
Music
Treble
50
Bass
50
Balance
0
Auto Volume Level
Move
OK
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Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
Sound Mode
It allows the selection of an audio-enhancement technique: Standard / Music / Movie / News /
Personal.
Treble
Controls the relative intensity of higher pitched sounds. (for Personal mode)
Bass
Controls the relative intensity of lower-pitched sounds. (for Personal mode)
Balance
Adjusts the relative volume of the speakers in a multiple speaker system.
Auto Volume
Level
Activates the auto volume leveller to keep the volume level consistent whenever you change
channels if selecting On.
DTS
TruSurround
DTS TruSurround delivers an immersive virtual surround sound experience over front facing
speaker configurations, complete with rich bass, high frequency detail and clear dialogue. Press
the OK button to select On / Off.
If the DTS Trusurround feature switching On, the Auto Volume Level will automatically switch to
Off.
Customising TV Settings 5
Digital Audio
Output
Selects the digital audio output mode: PCM / Auto / Off.
In some TV programmes, the Digital Audio Output terminal may not output some digital audio
sources because of copy restrictions. It will switch to PCM automatically.
If an HDMI ARC in HDMI CEC function under SETTING menu is switching to ON, Digital
Audio Output will only can select PCM and Auto (please ref to page 45 for details).
Audio
This will only work if the programme you are watching broadcasts the audio description. You
Description
will hear a description of what is happening on screen, it is designed for people with a visual
(DTV mode only) impairment. Press the the OK button to switch On / Off.
AD Volume
Adjust the volume of the audio description. The Audio Description in Sound menu must be
(DTV mode only) swtich On.
3. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the EXIT button to exit the menu.
Stereo / Dual Sound Reception (ATV Mode)
When a programme is selected, press the AUDIO button to display the sound information for the selected station.
Broadcast
Mono
On Screen Display
MONO / NICAM MONO
Stereo
MONO / NICAM STEREO
Dual
MONO / NICAM DUAL I, NICAM DUAL II, NICAM DUAL I+II
Mono sound selection
If the stereo signal is weak, you can switch to mono by pressing the AUDIO button. In mono reception, the clarity of sound is
improved. To switch back to stereo, press the AUDIO button again.
Language selection for dual language broadcast
If a programme can be received in two languages (dual language), you can switch to NICAM Stereo or MONO by pressing the
AUDIO button repeatedly.
Speaker Sound Output Selection (DTV Mode)
While watching a DTV programme, you can press the AUDIO button 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.
Channel Setting
Auto Tuning (DTV / ATV 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.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the CHANNEL menu and then press the OK button.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
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2. Press the
buttons to select Auto Tuning and then press
the OK button or the button to enter the Channel Tuning
menu.
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning
Auto Tuning
Digital Manual Tuning
Analogue Manual Tuning
Channel Edit
Channel Edit
Signal Information
CI Information
Move
OK
Move
Adjust
Select
OK
EXIT Exit
(for DTV Mode)
3. Press the
then press
buttons to select the following options, and
buttons to select the options.
Tuning Mode
Selects tune type: DTV ONLY /
ATV ONLY / DTV + ATV.
Country
Selects the desired country.
EXIT Exit
(for ATV Mode)
Channel Tuning
DTV + ATV
Adjust
Select
Tuning Mode
DTV ONLY
Channel Tuning
ATV ONLY
DTV + ATV
Tuning Mode
ATV ONLY
Country
UK
Country
UK
Sorting by LCN
On
Auto Tuning
ATV ONLY
Auto Tuning
Sorting by LCN Sets LCN On or Off. If you want to sort
(Logical Channel the channels.
Number, DTV)
Move
OK
Adjust
Select
Move
EXIT Exit
OK
(Tuning Mode: DTV and
DTV+ATV)
4. Press the button to select Auto Tuning and then press the OK
button to start auto tuning.
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
(Tuning Mode: ATV)
Channel Tuning
Channel Tuning
Tuning Mode
DTV ONLY
Tuning Mode
ATV ONLY
Country
UK
Country
UK
Sorting by LCN
On
Auto Tuning
Auto Tuning
Move
OK
Select
Adjust
Move
EXIT Exit
OK
(Tuning Mode: DTV and
DTV+ATV)
5. Channel tuning will commence. This operation may take up to few
minutes. The display will show the progress of the tuning and the
number of channels found.
6. If you select DTV + ATV and you want to skip the DTV tuning during
scanning, press the MENU button to interrupt the tuning half way. You
will then go straight to ATV tuning. You may repeat the above step if you
want to skip ATV tuning.
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 Channel Edit under the channel menu (refer to page 32 for
details).
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Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
(Tuning Mode: ATV)
Channel Tuning
ATV
:
0
Channel(s)
DTV
:
0
Channel(s)
Radio
:
0
Channel(s)
Data
:
0
Channel(s)
5
%
MENU Skip
UHF
CH
22
DTV
EXIT Exit
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Digital Manual Tuning (DTV Mode)
Allows you to make manual fine tuning adjustments to the channel under DTV channel.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the CHANNEL menu and then press the OK button.
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2. Press the
buttons to select Digital Manual Tuning and then press
the OK button or the button to enter the Digital Manual Tuning
screen.
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning
Digital Manual Tuning
Channel Edit
Signal Information
CI Information
Move
OK
3. 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.
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
Digital Manual Tuning
UHF CH 21
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
DTV
0
Radio
0
Data
0
NO SIGNAL
FREQUENCY 474 MHz
Bad
Normal
Good
Adjust
MENU Back
Analogue 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 to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the CHANNEL menu and then press the OK button.
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2. Press the
buttons to select Analogue Manual Tuning and then
press press the OK button or the button to enter the Analogue
Manual Tuning screen.
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning
Analogue Manual Tuning
Channel Edit
Move
OK
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
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3. The Analogue 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: BG / I / DK.
Current CH
Displays the current channel number.
Analogue Manual Tuning
Storage To 1
System BG
Current CH 1
Search
Fine-Tune
Frequency 867.875 MHz
buttons to start the manual
Search
Press the
tuning.
Fine-Tune
Press the
buttons to make manual fine
tuning adjustments.
Frequency
Displays the current tuned frequency.
Move
Adjust
MENU Back
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
Channel Edit (ATV / DTV Mode)
Allows you to edit TV channel information in the Channel List.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the CHANNEL menu and then press the OK button.
2. Press the
buttons to select Channel Edit and then press
the OK button.
Alternative
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Auto Tuning
Digital Manual Tuning
Analogue Manual Tuning
Channel Edit
Channel Edit
Press the PROG button to display the Channel Edit
menu.
Signal Information
CI Information
Move
OK
Select
Adjust
Move
EXIT Exit
OK
(for DTV Mode)
3. A Channel Edit screen will pop up. Press the
programme you want to edit.
• Care should be taken when editing the position of digital
channels as this may affect EPG and reminder settings.
Channel Edit
1 BBC ONE
DTV
2 BBC TWO
DTV
7 BBC THREE
DTV
9 BBC FOUR
DTV
70 CBBC Channel
DTV
71 CBeebies
DTV
724 Capital FM
Radio
117 The Space
Data
1 C-24
ATV
Delete
a. Delete
Press the RED button to delete the selected channel.
b. Rename (ATV channels)
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 again to confirm the new name.
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EXIT Exit
(for ATV Mode)
buttons to select the
• All channels (DTV and ATV) are listed, please ensure that you
edit the correct channel.
Adjust
Select
Fav
Favourite
Rename
OK
Move
Select
Skip
MENU Back
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c. Move (DTV channels)
Ensure the LCN is set to Off (refer to page 30 for details). Press the
YELLOW button and then press the
buttons to move to the
selected channel. Press the YELLOW button to confirm.
d. 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.
e. FAV (Favourite)
Press the FAV button to set the selected channel as one of the
favourite programmes. Press the FAV button again to undo it.
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
Signal Information (DTV Mode)
Allows you to view the signal information.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the CHANNEL menu and then press the OK button.
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2. Press the
buttons to select Signal Information and then press press
the OK button or the button to view the signal information.
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning
Digital Manual Tuning
Channel Edit
Signal Information
CI Information
Move
OK
3. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
Signal Information
Network Cambs & Beds
Channel 21 Frequency 474
Quality
100
Strength
100
Modulation 256QAM
MENU Back
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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
HDMI3
Do not repeatedly insert or remove the
Common Access Module as this may damage
the interface and cause a malfunction.
COMMON INTERFACE (CI)
USB
AV
5V
YPbPr
500mA
CI (Common Interface)
Allows the Common Access Module to be inserted
and access the content that has been encrypted.
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.
2. Insert the Common Access Module into the slot. Flip the Common Access
Module to another side and try again if you feel resistance.
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 to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the CHANNEL menu and then press the OK button.
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2. Press the
buttons to select CI Information and then press the OK
button or the button.
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning
Digital Manual Tuning
Channel Edit
Signal Information
CI Information
Move
OK
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 to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
This screen is for illustration only.
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Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
CI Information
Main menu
Module information
Smart card information
Language
Software Download
Press OK to select, or Exit to quit
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Recorded List (DTV Mode)
Views the recorded programmes in the Recorded List.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the CHANNEL menu and then press the OK button.
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2. Press the
buttons to select Recorded List and then press the OK
button to display the Recorded List.
CHANNEL
Recorded List
Schedule List
OAD
Move
OK
3. Press the
buttons to navigate the list and then press the RED
button to delete the desired recorded programme or the GREEN button
to display in Ascend order or Descend order..
LCN
Adjust
Select
Channel
Program/Service
1
BBC ONE Lon
Baking World
5
five
The Streets of San Fran...
EXIT Exit
Date
14/07 2017 10:12
Baking World
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
15:14
Delete
Ascend
OK
0:58:14
Each episode focuses on a specific discipline of baking, which
become progressively more difficult as the series unfolds.
Every episode features three types of challenges: The Signature
Challenge; The Technical Challenge; and The Showstopper
Challenge.
Select
Schedule List (DTV Mode)
Views the preset reminders or scheduled recordings in the Schedule list.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the CHANNEL menu and then press the OK button.
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2. Press the
buttons to select Schedule List and then press the OK
button to display the Schedule List.
CHANNEL
Recorded List
Schedule List
OAD
Move
OK
3. Press the
buttons to navigate the list and then press the
colour buttons to select the options (refer to page 49 for details on
EPG).
Schedule List
Time
05:34
27 Oct.
Date
Edit
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
Sort by Time/Channel Name
Programme Title
Delete
INDEX
EPG Menu
Channel Name
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
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Over Air Download (DTV Mode)
The TV auto detects the latest firmware through the DTV signal and allows you to accept or refuse the firmware upgrade service.
This function may not be available in some countries. Please follow the steps below if applicable.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the CHANNEL menu and then press the OK button.
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buttons to select OAD and then press the OK button to
2. Press the
switch On / Off.
CHANNEL
Recorded List
3. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu.
Schedule List
4. Press the EXIT button to exit the menu.
OAD
5. During normal DTV viewing, if the TV detects the latest firmware from
the DTV signal, the Over Air Download screen will appear. Press the
buttons to select Yes / No for the upgrade procedure.
6. If you select Yes, the over air download will start. Press the EXIT button if
you want to stop the download and exit the menu.
Move
OK
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
7. When the download is complete, the TV will return to standby mode.
Press the button on the left bottom panel under the TV frame or on
the remote control to switch on the TV, the TV will automatically upgrade
the software.
During download, please do not turn off or unplug your TV.
8. When the update is complete, the TV will return to standby mode.
9. Press the button on the left bottom panel under the TV frame or on
the remote control to switch on the TV.
If you encounter problems after the software update, we recommend that you restore your TV to the factory default
settings. To do this, follow the steps below:
• Press the MENU button to go to the main menu. Press the
buttons to select SYSTEM and then press the OK button.
• Press the
setting.
buttons to select Reset TV and then press the OK button. Press the
button to select Yes to reset the
• The TV settings will be restored to factory default and will be switched off. Follow the First Time Installation steps (refer
to page 23 for details) after you switch on the TV again.
Select Sources
Selects the input source that you want.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the SOURCES menu and then press the OK button.
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2. Press the
buttons to select the input source that you
want, and then press the OK button to confirm.
3. Press the MENU button to return to return to the main menu
or press the EXIT button to exit the menu.
Alternative
Press the INPUT button and then press the the
buttons on the TV or on the remote control to select
the input source that you want.
Input Source
Input Source
Digital TV
D
AV
Analogue TV
A
SCART
HDMI 1
YPbPr
HDMI 2
USB
HDMI 3
Move
Move
OK
Select
OK
EXIT Exit
Select
EXIT Exit
Time Settings
Allows you to adjust power on / off time, sleep timer, OSD timer, auto standby and time zone.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the TIME menu and then press the OK button.
2. Press the
buttons to select the following options, and
then press
buttons to adjust each option’s setting or the
OK button to select the options.
OFF
Clock
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Auto Sync
On
OSD Timer
15 S
OFF
5S
00:20
Auto Standby
4H
Off Time
Time Zone
London GMT
30 S
On Time
Sleep Timer
Off
Move
OK
Select
Move
Adjust
EXIT Exit
OK
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
Auto Sync
Allows to set the time and date manually or set automatically when receiving a digital signal.
Selects Auto Sync to On, the time and date will be set from the broadcast signal.
If you want to set the date and time manually, set Auto Sync to OFF.
Clock
If Auto Sync sets to On, the date and time will be set from the broadcast signal.
If Auto Sync set to Off, you can set the date and time manually. Press the
buttons to
select Clock, then press the OK button or the button to enter the Clock menu. Using the
buttons to select the desire date and use the 0-9 buttons and the OK button to enter
the 24 hour clock.
Off Time
Allows you to set the off time that will automatically switch off the TV. Select from the
following off time options: Off / Once / Everyday / Mon~Fri / Mon~Sat / Sat~Sun / Sun.
Press the
buttons to select TIME, and then use the OK button and the
buttons to
highlight the hour or minute digit. Use the 0-9 buttons to enter the desired off time.
On Time
Allows you to set the on time that will automatically switch on the TV and tune to the source,
channel and volume you select. Select from the following on time options: Off / Once /
Everyday / Mon~Fri / Mon~Sat / Sat~Sun / Sun. Then press the
buttons to select TIME
option, and then use the OK button and the
buttons to highlight the hour or minute
digit. Use the 0-9 buttons to enter the desired switch on time. Press the
buttons to select
to Input Source option, then use the
buttons to select your desired devices, desired
channel (DTV or ATV only) and adjust the volume.
Ensure the selected input device is turn on.
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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.
Press the
buttons to select a period of time after which the TV automatically switches to
standby mode: OFF / 10 / 20 / … / 180 / 240 min. The timer begins to count down from the
number of minutes selected.
If you turn the TV off after setting the sleep timer, the sleep timer setting will be
erased.
OSD Timer
You can select a time that your on-screen menus will be displayed: Off / 5 / 15 / 30 / 60
seconds. If you select Off the menu will remain on the screen until you press a button to
remove it.
Auto Standby (4 h)
The unit will automatically switch to standby mode 4 hours after the last time the remote
control was used. A reminder screen will pop up and count down before the unit switches to
standby mode.
If you want to operate the TV for a long period of time, turn off the auto standby function.
To save energy you should always turn the auto standby function back to 3H / 4H / 5H.
Time Zone
When you select a Time Zone city, the TV time is set by the time offset information based on
Time Zone and GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) which is received with the broadcast signal and
the time is set automatically by a digital signal. You can use the
buttons to select your
desired time zone.
3. Press the MENU button to return to return to the main menu or press the EXIT button to exit the menu.
Lock Setting
To access the Lock System menu, you must enter the password. Enter the default password “0000” for the first time use. To
change the password, refer to “New Password” (see below).
System Lock
The System Lock is designed to prevent accidental re-tuning of the TV / losing of channels and to prevent children from watching
unsuitable programmes.
The System Lock must be set to On for this function to operate. If the System Lock is set to On, a valid password must be entered
when you access channel locks, rated programme and first time setup, also all buttons on the TV will be locked.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the LOCK menu and then press the OK button.
2. Use the 0-9 buttons to input a 4-digit password to enter the Lock
System menu.
The default password is “0000”.
If you change the password, be sure to remember the new
password! If you forget the new password, enter the master
password“8899”.
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3. Press the
buttons to select System Lock and then the
buttons to
select On / Off.
If the Enable is set to On, a valid password must be entered when you access
Channel menu and TV Reset.
LOCK
System Lock
Set Password
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
Channel Lock
Parental Guidance
Off
Key Lock
Off
Move
OK
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
Set Password
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the LOCK menu and then press the OK button.
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2. Use the 0-9 buttons to input a 4-digit password to enter the Lock
System menu.
Please enter password
The default password is “0000”.
If you change the password, be sure to remember the new
password! If you forget the new password, enter the master
password“8899”.
3. Press the
buttons to select Set Password and then press the OK button.
LOCK
System Lock
Set Password
Channel Lock
Parental Guidance
Off
Key Lock
Off
Move
OK
4. Use the 0-9 buttons to input the old password.
5. Input the new 4-digit password.
6. Re-enter new password for confirmation.
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
Please enter old
password
Please enter new
password
Confirm new password
7. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
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Channel Lock
Channel Lock is designed to prevent children from watching unsuitable programmes.
When a channel is blocked, a valid password must be entered.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the LOCK menu and then press the OK button.
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2. Use the 0-9 buttons to input a 4-digit password to enter the Lock
System menu.
Please enter password
The default password is “0000”.
If you change the password, be sure to remember the new
password! If you forget the new password, enter the master
password“8899”.
3. Ensure the System Lock is set to On. Press the OK button or the
button to select Channel Lock and then press the OK button.
LOCK
System Lock
Set Password
Channel Lock
Parental Guidance
Off
Key Lock
Off
Move
OK
buttons to select a
4. A Channel Lock screen will display. Press the
channel. Press the GREEN button on the remote control to lock. Press the
GREEN button again to unlock.
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
Channel Lock
1 BBC ONE
DTV
2 BBC TWO
DTV
7 BBC THREE
DTV
5. Press the MENU button once to return to the previous menu. Press the
MENU button again to return to the main menu.
9 BBC FOUR
DTV
70 CBBC Channel
DTV
71 CBeebies
DTV
6. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
73 CBBC HD
DTV
80 BBC NEWS
DTV
81 BBC Paliament
DTV
101 BBC ONE OD
DTV
Lock/Unlock
OK
Select
MENU Back
Parental Guidance
This function allows you to set up blocking schemes to block specific channels and ratings. It operates according to information
from the broadcasting station, therefore if the signal has incorrect information, this function will not operate.
This TV is programmed to remember the last option set even if the TV is switched off.
When a programme is locked or rated, a valid password must be entered.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the LOCK menu and then press the OK button.
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2. Press the
buttons to select the Enter Password. Use the 0-9 buttons
to input a 4-digit password to enter the Lock System menu.
Please enter password
The default password is “0000”.
If you change the password, be sure to remember the new
password! If you forget the new password, enter the master
password“8899”.
3. Ensure the System Lock is set to On. Press the
buttons to select
Parental Guidance and then press the OK button or the button to select
an age rating: Off, 4-18.
LOCK
System Lock
Set Password
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
Channel Lock
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Parental Guidance
Off
4
Key Lock
Off
Move
OK
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
Key Lock
Key Lock is designed to prevent children from pressing the buttons on the TV. The Lock System must be set to On for this function
to operate. If the key lock is set to partical lock, all buttons except the button on the TV will be locked. If set to full lock, all
buttons on the TV and remote control will be locked. All TV operations can be controlled by the remote control only.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the LOCK menu and then press the OK button.
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2. Press the
buttons to select the Enter Password. Use the 0-9 buttons
to input a 4-digit password to enter the Lock System menu.
Please enter password
The default password is “0000”.
If you change the password, be sure to remember the new
password! If you forget the new password, enter the master
password“8899”.
3. Ensure the System Lock is set to On. Press the
buttons to select Key
Lock and then press the
buttons to select Off / Partial / Full.
If you perfer just only the button on the TV is activite, please select
Partial. If you perfer all keys are lock in the TV, please select Full.
LOCK
System Lock
Set Password
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
Channel Lock
Parental Guidance
Off
Key Lock
Off
Full
Move
OK
Select
Partial
Adjust
EXIT Exit
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Setup Settings
Language
Allows you to select your desired on screen menu language.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the SETTINGS and then press the OK button.
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2. Press the
buttons to select Language and then press the
buttons to select the desired language. The default on-screen menu
language is English.
SETUP
Language
English
Deutsch
Español
Audio Languages
English
3. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
Audio Languages2
English
Subtitle Language
English
Subtitle Language2
English
Move
OK
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
Audio Languages (DTV Mode)
Allows you to select your desired audio language. (Available for digital channels if multiple audio languages are broadcast.) The
Audio Language is used to describe the programmes when the Hearing Impaired option is switched On.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the SETTINGS and then press the OK button.
2. Press the
buttons to select Audio Languages and then press
the
buttons to select the desired primary audio language.
3. Press the
press the
language.
buttons to select Audio Languages2 and then
buttons to select the desired secondary audio
Deutsch
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
SETUP
SETUP
Language
English
Language
English
Audio Languages
English
Audio Languages2
English
Español
Deutsch
Subtitle Language
English
Subtitle Language
English
Subtitle Language2
English
Subtitle Language2
English
Move
OK
Audio Languages
English
Español
Audio Languages2
English
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
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Adjust
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Move
OK
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
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Subtitle Language (DTV Mode)
Allows you to select your desired subtitle language or turn off the subtitle. (Only applicable when the TV programme has this
feature.)
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the SETTINGS and then press the OK button.
2. Press the
press the
language.
buttons to select Subtitle Language and then
buttons to select the desired primary subtitle
3. Press the
press the
language.
buttons to select Subtitle Language2 and then
buttons to select the desired secondary subtitle
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
SETUP
SETUP
Language
English
Language
English
Audio Languages
English
Audio Languages
English
Audio Languages2
English
Audio Languages2
English
Subtitle Language
English
Español
Subtitle Language
English
Deutsch
Subtitle Language2
English
Move
OK
Select
Subtitle Language2
English
Español
Deutsch
Adjust
Move
EXIT Exit
OK
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
While watching a DTV programme, you can press the S button on the remote control to display the Subtitle Language
list and then press the
buttons to select the OFF to turn off the subtitle. Press the OK button to confirm. (Only
applicable when the TV programme has this feature.)
Hearing Impaired
Shows information for the hearing-impaired in some programmes. (For DTV channels only if available.)
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the SETTINGS and then press the OK button.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
SETUP
2. Press the
buttons to select Hearing Impaired and then press the
buttons to select On / Off.
Hearing Impaired
3. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
Blue Screen
HDMI CEC
Environment
Home Mode
Move
OK
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
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Blue Screen
Allows the blue background to turn On or Off during weak or no signal conditions.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the SETTINGS and then press the OK button.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
2. Press the
buttons to select Blue Screen and then press the
buttons to select On or Off.
SETUP
Hearing Impaired
3. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the EXIT
button to exit the menu.
Blue Screen
HDMI CEC
Environment
Home Mode
Move
OK
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
HDMI CEC Control
Allows you to command and control two or more HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) compliant devices, that are
connected through HDMI, by using only one of the remote controls (e.g. controlling a TV set, set-top box and DVD player using
only the remote control of the TV). HDMI CEC also allows individual HDMI CEC compliant devices to command and control each
other without user intervention.
Make sure that your HDMI CEC-compliant device is connected to your TV using a HDMI cable and the correct HDMI input source
is selected prior to using this function. (Some HDMI cables may not support HDMI-CEC functions.)
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the SETTINGS and then press the OK button.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
2. Press the
buttons to select HDMI CEC and then press the OK button
to enter HDMI CEC menu.
SETUP
Hearing Impaired
Blue Screen
HDMI CEC
Environment
Home Mode
Move
OK
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Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
Customising TV Settings 5
3. Press the
buttons to select the following options, and then press
buttons to adjust each option’s setting or OK button to select the
options.
HDMI CEC
Device List
HDMI CEC
Auto Standby
HDMI ARC
CEC Menu Control
Move
OK
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
Device List
Displays a list of connected equipment that is compatible with HDMI CEC Control. Press the
buttons and then the OK button to select your device.
HDMI CEC
If HDMI CEC is enabled, this will allow you to control other CEC enabled devices (connected
via HDMI) using your TV remote control.
Auto Standby
If Auto Standby is enabled, when the TV is switched off, all connected equipment that is
compatible with HDMI CEC Control will automatically switch to standby status. Ensure HDMI
CEC is set to On. Press the
buttons to select Auto Standby and then press the
buttons to turn On / OFF.
The ARC (Audio Return Channel) function allows you to send audio from your ARC-compliant
TV to ARC-compliant audio devices (e.g. home theatre) through a single HDMI connection.
To enjoy the ARC function, please ensure your ARC-compliant audio devices are connected
by an HDMI cable that support the ARC function to the HDMI 1(ARC) socket of your ARCcompliant TV. When correctly set up, you can use your TV remote control to adjust the volume
output (VOL +/– and MUTE) of the connected audio device.
Ensure HDMI CEC is set to On. Press the
buttons to select ARC and then press the
buttons to turn On.
HDMI ARC
• Ensure the audio device supports the ARC function and is connected to the correct
HDMI input source.
• Ensure to use an HDMI cables that can support the ARC function.
• The HDMI ARC only works on the HDMI 1(ARC) input on the TV.
• If the ARC-compliant audio devices do not support sound that TV outputs, such
as Dolby Digital, or Dolby Digital Plus, then ARC function will not work and there
may be no sound from ARC-compliant audio devices. In this case, please set Digital
Audio Output to PCM.
• Please refer to your ARC-compliant devices’ guidebook for more details on the
operation of the HDMI ARC function.
• Ensure HDMI CEC is set to On.
• If an HDMI ARC is set to ON, Digital Audio Output in Sound menu will only can
select PCM and Auto (please ref to page 29 for details).
CEC Menu Control
To display the setup menu of the connected HDMI-CEC compliant devices on the screen.
Press the
buttons to select CEC Menu Control and then press the OK button or the
button to enter sub-menu. Use the
buttons and then press the OK button or the
button to select CEC Menu / Option / Content to operate the equipment.
You can use the
buttons to navigate through the setup menu (some HDMI-CEC
compliant devices may not support this function). For details operations on the connected
devices, please refer to the user manual of the device for available control.
4. Press the MENU button to return to return to the main menu or press
the EXIT button to exit the menu.
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Environment
Allows you to select Home mode to maximize energy efficiency or Store mode if you would like your picture to be brighter.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the SETTINGS and then press the OK button.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
2. Press the
buttons to select Environment and then press the
buttons to select Home Mode or Store Mode. If select Store Mode,
a pop-up menu will be display. Press the
buttons to select Yes to
confirm or press any button to cancel and return to the Environment
menu.
SETUP
Hearing Impaired
Blue Screen
HDMI CEC
Home Mode
Intended for use in home environment.
Store Mode
Intended for use in retail environment.
Store Mode
Environment
Home Mode
Move
OK
Store Mode
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
For the best picture quality in your home environment, we
recommend setting the TV to Home Mode.
3. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the EXIT
button to exit the menu.
System Setting
Network Configuration
Adjust all your network setting and check your connection if you are having connection problems.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the System and then press the OK button.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
2. Press the
buttons to select NETWORK and then press the OK button
to display the Network setting window.
System
NETWORK
PVR File System
Software Update (USB)
Reset TV
Move
OK
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Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
Customising TV Settings 5
3. Press the
buttons to select the following options, and then press
the
buttons or 0-9 buttons to adjust each option’s setting or the OK
button to select the options.
Network
IP Config
Network Info
IP Config
Press the
buttons to select Auto mode or
Manual mode.
If Manual Mode is selected, use the
buttons
to select IP, Netmask, Gateway and DNS.
Then press the OK button, and use 0-9 buttons to
enter the values.
It also display MAC Address in IP Config menu.
Finally, press the OK button to connect the
setting.
Network Info
Display the network information.
Network Test
Press to test the network.
Network Test
Move
OK
Adjust
Select
EXIT Exit
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the EXIT button to exit the menu.
PVR File System (DTV Mode)
Allows you to select your preferences in the PVR File System.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the System and then press the OK button.
2. Press the
button.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
buttons to select PVR File System and then press the OK
System
NETWORK
PVR File System
Software Update (USB)
Reset TV
Move
OK
Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
3. Press the
buttons to select the following PVR File System options
and then press the OK button. Press the MENU button to return to the
previous menu.
Select Disk
Press the
buttons to select the disk where you want to store your recorded content.
Timeshift Size
Press the
buttons to adjust your preferred file size.
Format Start
Press the OK button, a pop-up window will display. Press the
then press the OK button to start formatting.
Speed Check
This shows the transfer rate of your USB storage device.
button to select "Yes" and
4. Press the MENU button to return to the main menu or press the EXIT
button to exit the menu.
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Software Update (USB) (DTV Mode)
This function is only for servicing purposes. Any update information for this TV (if any) will be available at the following website or
contact the our call centre:
•
•
For UK, www.knowhow.com or call our UK Call Centre on 0344 561 1234.
For Ireland, www.knowhow.ie or call our Ireland Call Center on 1 890 818 575.
Reset TV
Restores all settings to the factory defaults.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
buttons to select the System and then press the OK button.
2. Press the
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL
SOURCES
TIME
LOCK
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
buttons to select Reset TV and then press the OK button.
System
NETWORK
3. A pop up window will be displayed. Press the button to select “Yes”.
The TV will turn off and restart after a few seconds.
Press the button to select “No” to cancel and return to the previous
menu.
PVR File System
Software Update (USB)
Reset TV
All channel and user settings will be lost and the TV will
revert to “First Time Installation”.
Move
OK
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Select
Adjust
EXIT Exit
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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 GUIDE button or the EXIT button again to switch off EPG and return to normal TV viewing.
PROGRAMME GUIDE
selected programme
date and time
07 Sep 2016
Antiques experts travel across the UK as they complete to make the most money at auction.
Anita Manning and Mark Stacey travel from Wiston in South Lanarkshine to Edinburgh.
programme information
current date and time
27 Jun. 2014
programme date
current channel watching
channel no. and
channel name
14:35 - 15:05 (0Hour30Min)
Entertainment
05:33
27 Jun. 2014
14:35-15:05
73 CBBC HD
Dennis the Menace and Gnasher
15:05 - 15:40 HARDtalk
* 80 BBC NEWS
81 BBC Parliament
15:40 - 16:10 Westminster Hall
101 BBC ONE HD
16:10 - 16:40 BBC News
102 BBE TWO HD
16:40 - 17:45 This is BBC TWO
103 ITV HD
17:45 - 18:50 Come Dine with Me
Record
Prev Day
Remind
Next Day
Now
current programe time and name
Next
next programe time and name
programme name
INFO Info
INDEX Schedule List
Move
Select a Programme
Press the
buttons to select the desired channel and then press the
buttons to select the desired programme.
Button Functions in a 7-Day Guide
Remote Control Button
Function
RED (Record)
• Press the RED button in the Schedule List to delete the selected preset reminder.
• Delete the selected preset reminder in the Schedule List.
Yellow (Prev Day)
• View the schedule of the previous day in EPG.
Blue (Next Day)
• View the schedule of the next day in EPG.
• Sort the programme by time or by channel name in the Schedule List.
Green (Remind)
• Press the GREEN button while on the selected programme, the Reminder setting 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 INDEX button to return to the EPG. The TV will automatically tune
to the selected programme when it starts.
i (Info)
Press to display detailed information of the selected programme (if available).
INDEX (Schedule List)
• View the preset reminders in the
Schedule List.
• Press again to return to the EPG.
Schedule List
05:34
Time
27 Oct.
Date
Edit
or
Press to select a channel / programme / preset reminder.
or
• Switch a between channel window or programme window in EPG.
• Adjust the settings in Schedule List or Reminder.
OK
View the selected programme information.
GUIDE / EXIT
Switch off the EPG.
Sort by Time/Channel Name
Programme Title
Delete
INDEX
EPG Menu
Channel Name
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Red Button (Interactive Services) (DTV Mode)
Red button services are available on BBC TV and Radio channels. The services are gradually changing to an internet based service
rather than the conventual over air (though your aerial). To make the most out of the Red Button services make sure your TV is
connected to the internet.
Accessing the Information
1. In DTV mode press the TEXT button to display the main information
page. You may see slightly different looking pages depending if your TV is
accessing the page over air or via the internet.
2. Follow the instructions on the interactive services page and move around
the page by pressing the
, OK, RED, GREEN, YELLOW, BLUE or 0-9
buttons etc.
To change digital teletext services, you will need to exit the current text
service and change channels. Then enter the text service on the newly
selected channel.
Over Air Red Button Services
Alternative
You may press the RED button to display the interactive services information when you see a red “press ” logo
in the top right corner of the screen (e.g. BBC services). This will now display the Red Button menu and available
information categories.
To access the pages, use navigation buttons to highlight item required and press the OK button to select.
Follow on screen prompts for other functions.
3. Press the TEXT button to exit.
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Entertainment
Connecting a USB Storage Device
Rear Right Side View of TV
1. Switch off the TV before connecting any USB storage device.
HDMI3
COMMON INTERFACE (CI)
USB
AV
2. Connect the supplied USB extension cable and your USB storage device
to the USB port of your TV.
5V
YPbPr
500mA
3. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before switching on
the TV.
4. Press the button on the right bottom panel under the TV frame or on
the remote control to turn on your TV and your USB storage device.
USB Cable
(not included)
USB
5. Press the
button on the right bottom panel under the TV frame or the
INPUT button on the remote control to display the Input Source list. Use
the
buttons to select USB and then press the OK button to confirm.
If you want to select other input source from USB source. Press
the EXIT button in main menu, a Input Source List will be display.
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.
• Supports USB2.0 only.
Viewing Movies
1. Press the INPUT button on the TV or on the remote control then press
the
buttons to select the USB mode and then press the OK button.
2. Press the
buttons to select Movies and then press the OK button.
3. Press the
OK button.
buttons to select your storage device and then press the
1
Movies
Music
Photos
Device
4. Press the
buttons to navigate in the movie folder and then press the
OK button to view.
Some video file formats will not be supported.
/usb/sda1
Directories : 5
Files : 12
Return
_MSTPVR
Spring
Summer
MVI8862.MOV
MVI8864.MOV
Farewell.mov
P1060168.mov
Ourglory.mov
VID20151.mov
VID18951.mov
Luxury.mov
1
Total : 23
Autumn
Winter
P1060089.mov Goodshow.mov
Funny.mov
Juice.mov
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5. Press the OK button or the i button to display the function bar. Press the
buttons and then press the OK button to select
the function: Previous / Next / Pause / Stop / FB / FF / Repeat / A-B Repeat / GOTO / ZOOM OUT / ZOOM IN / Playlist / Info.
6. Press the EXIT button to return to the previous menu.
Listening to Music
1. Press the INPUT button on the TV or on the remote control then press
the
buttons to select the USB mode and then press the OK button.
2. Press the
buttons to select Music and then press the OK button.
3. Press the
OK button.
buttons to select your storage device and then press the
1
Movies
Music
Photos
Device
4. Press the
buttons to navigate in the file list. The music information
(Title / Artist / Album / Track / Year / Date / File Size) will be displayed in
player window. Press the OK button to play.
• Some audio file formats will not be supported.
• Supported file formats: mp3.
/usb/sda1
Directories : 5
Files : 7
1
Total : 23
Return
Private
Spring
Summer
Autumn
Winter
Hymn01.mp3
Hymn32.mp3
Crazy.mp3
RnR.mp3
LoveSong.mp3
LittleBird.mp3
Naomi.mp3
buttons and then press the OK button to select the
5. Press the MENU button to display the function bar. Press the
function: Previous / Next / Pause / Stop / FB / FF / Repeat / Play List / Info / TimePlay.
6. Press the EXIT button to return to the previous menu.
Viewing Photos
1. Press the INPUT button on the TV or on the remote control then press
the
buttons to select the USB mode and then press the OK button.
2. Press the
buttons to select Photos and then press the OK button.
3. Press the
OK button.
buttons to select your storage device and then press the
1
Movies
Music
Photos
Device
4. Press the
1
buttons to navigate in the picture folder and then press the OK button to play the slideshow.
5. Press the MENU button to display the function bar. Press the
buttons and then press the OK button to select the
function: Previous / Next / Pause / Stop / Rotate (–) / Rotate (+) / Zoom OUT / Zoom IN / Move / Repeat (Sequence / Radom /
Normal / One) / Play List / Info.
6. Press the EXIT button to exit the slideshow and return to the previous
menu.
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PVR (Personal Video Recorder)
Time Shift Function
This function allows you to pause live TV. The picture will pause and the programme will begin recording so you will not miss any
of the programme. You need to have a USB storage device attached to the USB socket for Time Shift Recording to work.
• 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.
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. The minimum transfer speed is 5MB/s.
During normal TV viewing, you may press the button to pause the live programme if you want to go out for a while (e.g. going
to the bathroom / kitchen). The PVR Time Shift progress bar will be displayed on the screen.
When you have returned, press the
PLAY button to play the missed broadcast programme.
The video and sound may have a little bit of delay or be out-of-sync for a few seconds when the unit starts to playback the missed
broadcast programme. It will soon turn to normal.
The ‘PVR Time Shift Progress Bar’
1
1
Indicates the time lagging behind
the live broadcast (PVR reviewing)
2
Indicates the used space on your
USB storage device
2
Using the Remote Control
You can shift playback to any point of the virtually recorded programme.
or
When playing,
• Press the
button repeatedly to speed up
x 2 / x 4 / x 8 / x 16 / x 32.
• Press the
button repeatedly to speed up
x 2 / x 4 / x 8 / x 16 / x 32.
• During fast forward / fast backward state, press the
PLAY button to return to normal playback.
or
• Press the
• Press the
PLAY or
• During playback, press the button to display a still screen and then press the
PLAY button
again to resume playback.
• During fast forward / fast backward state, press the
PLAY button to return to normal playback.
button to jump about 10% forward.
button to jump about 10% back.
If you want to exit the PVR Time Shift progress bar and return to the current live broadcast, press the
button. A pop up menu will be displayed. Press the button to select YES to stop Time Shift.
GOTO
Skip to a specific location during playback.
SLOW
Play video slowly (x 2 / x 4 / x 8 / x 16 / x 32). Press the
PLAY button to return to normal playback.
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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 it for future viewing.
The recording from timer programme or direct recording may have a little bit of delay when it starts to record the broadcast
programme.
Please make sure the USB device is inserted. If not, a warning message will pop up.
1. Press the button to record the programme that you are currently
watching. The recording progress bar will appear later.
2. Press the button again, the recording progress bar will disappear
and the REC logo will be displayed at the top left corner. If you want to
display the recording progress again, press the button.
3. If you want to stop recording, press the button. A pop up menu to be
displayed, press the button to select YES to stop recording.
Recording will stop automatically when the disk is full.
If you want to turn off your TV during recording, press the
button. A dialogue will display.
Stopping...
Power off
Turn off panel & continue
recording
Move
OK
Select
EXIT Exit
buttons to select your desired option and then press the OK button to confirm.
Press the
If you select the lower option in the box, the screen will turn off but the recording will still in progress, the LED indicator
will flash red.
If you want to keep watching the TV and keep recording the programme, press the EXIT button.
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PVR (Personal Video Recorder) 8
Timer Programming
This function is used to perform scheduled recording.
The recording from timer programme or direct recording may have a little bit of delay when it starts to record the broadcast
programme.
Please make sure the USB device is inserted. If not, a warning message will pop up.
1. Press the GUIDE button on the remote control. The EPG menu will appear.
PROGRAMME GUIDE
07 Sep 2016
14:35 - 15:05 (0Hour30Min)
Entertainment
Antiques experts travel across the UK as they complete to make the most money at auction.
Anita Manning and Mark Stacey travel from Wiston in South Lanarkshine to Edinburgh.
27 Jun. 2014
05:33
27 Jun. 2014
14:35-15:05
73 CBBC HD
Dennis the Menace and Gnasher
15:05 - 15:40 HARDtalk
* 80 BBC NEWS
Next
81 BBC Parliament
15:40 - 16:10 Westminster Hall
101 BBC ONE HD
16:10 - 16:40 BBC News
102 BBE TWO HD
16:40 - 17:45 This is BBC TWO
103 ITV HD
17:45 - 18:50 Come Dine with Me
Record
Prev Day
Remind
Next Day
2. Press the RED button on the remote control while on the selected
programme, the Record setting menu will be displayed. The recording time
for the selected programme will be automatically set. If you want to adjust
the time, press the
buttons to select the settings in the Record
setting menu for the Channel, Start time, End time and Mode.
Now
INFO Info
INDEX Schedule List
Move
Record setting
101 BBC ONE HD
Start Time
Minute 35
Hour 5
Month Oct
Channel
Date 27
Press the
buttons to select the channel that you
want to record.
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
Press the
/ Weekly.
End Time
Minute 40
Hour 6
Month Oct
Date 27
Mode Once
OK
OK
Back
buttons to select the Once / Every Day
3. After finishing all the recorder adjustments, press the OK button to confirm
your settings.
• After confirmation, you can press the INDEX button to view your
scheduled recording in the Schedule List.
• If a programme recording starts when the TV is in standby mode,
the LED indicator will flash red.
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Playing Recorded Programme
You can play a recorded programme from the recorded programme list or from a USB Storage Device.
1. Press the INPUT button on the TV or on the remote control then press
the
buttons to select the USB mode and then press the OK button.
2. Press the
buttons to select Movies and then press the OK button.
3. Press the
OK button.
buttons to select your storage device and then press the
1
Movies
Music
Photos
Device
4. Press the
the OK button.
buttons to select the "_MSTPVR" folder and then press
5. Press the
buttons to select your recorded programme and then
press the OK button.
6. Press the OK button or the i button to display the function bar. Press
the
buttons and then press the OK button to select the function:
Previous / Next / Pause / Stop / FB / FF / Repeat / A-B Repeat / GOTO /
ZOOM OUT / ZOOM IN / Playlist / Info.
/usb/sda1
Directories : 5
Files : 12
Return
_MSTPVR
Spring
Summer
MVI8862.MOV
MVI8864.MOV
Farewell.mov
P1060168.mov
Ourglory.mov
VID20151.mov
VID18951.mov
Luxury.mov
1
Total : 23
Autumn
Winter
P1060089.mov Goodshow.mov
Funny.mov
Juice.mov
7. Press the EXIT button to return to the previous menu.
Alternative
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Press the
then press the OK button.
2. Press the
buttons to select the CHANNEL menu and
buttons to select Schedule List and then press the OK button to display the Schedule List.
3. Press the
buttons to navigate the list and then press the colour buttons to select the options (refer to page
49 for details on EPG).
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Other Information
Maintenance
Careful and regular cleaning can prolong the life of your TV.
Be sure to press the button at the right bottom panel under the TV frame or on the remote control to turn off the TV.
Disconnect the mains cable 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 slightly 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.
MENU VOL - VOL + CH-
CH+
Never use alcohol, benzine, paint-thinner, cleaning fluid or other chemicals.
Hints
Doand
notTips
use compressed air to remove dust.
Hints and Tips
The following table contains various hints and tips to get the best performance from your TV. If you require additional assistance:
• For UK, please call our UK Call Centre on 0344 561 1234.
• For Ireland, please call our Ireland Call Center on 1 890 818 575.
The TV does not operate properly.
The TV does not respond when
pressing any buttons
TV cannot be switched on
The remote control does not work
Power is suddenly turned off
Can't view Saorview channels
• The TV may freeze up during use. Disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket
for a few minutes. Reconnect the mains plug and try to operate it again as usual.
• Check that the TV is connected to the mains supply is switched on.
• Make sure all connected AV devices are switched off before switching on your TV.
• 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.
• 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.
• Check that you have selected the correct country when tuning in your TV. For ROI
select IRELAND.
• You will only receive Saorview channels in ROI, retune your TV making sure to select
IRELAND as your country.
The video function does not work.
No Picture & No Sound
Picture appears slowly after
switching on
No or poor colour or poor picture
Horizontal / Vertical bar or picture
shaking
Poor reception on some channels
Lines or streaks in pictures
• Check whether the TV is switched on.
• Try another channel. The problem may be caused by the broadcaster.
• 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.
• 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.
• Check for local interference such as an electrical appliance or power tool.
•
•
•
•
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.
Check aerial (Change the position of the aerial.)
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No pictures when connecting HDMI
Picture appears in wrong ratio
• Check if the input source is HDMI1 / HDMI2 / HDMI3.
• Adjust the Aspect Ratio settings in the PICTURE menu or press the ASPECT button
on the remote control.
The audio function does not work.
Picture OK but no sound
No output from one of the speakers
Unusual sound from inside the TV
No sound when connecting HDMI
Audio noise
Distorted sound
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Press the VOL + / – buttons.
Sound muted? Press the button.
Try another channel. The problem may be caused by the broadcaster.
Adjust the Balance settings in the SOUND menu.
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.
Check if the input source is HDMI1 / HDMI2 / HDMI3.
Keep the RF coaxial cable away from other connected cables.
Adjust the SOUND MODE setting in the SOUND menu, depending on the type of
program you are watching.
If still have distorted sound, switch off the DTS TruSurround in SOUND menu, then
re-adjust the SOUND MODE setting in the SOUND menu.
Password
Lost password
• Select the Set Password setting in the LOCK menu, then enter the following master
password “8899”. The master password clears your previous password and allows
you to enter a new password.
Channels are not recording.
Not all channels record
• You can only record free to air channels.
• You may have you run out of space on your USB storage device. Delete some files or
use another USB storage device.
• Check that there were no recording conflicts from scheduled series recordings.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
• It happens sometimes if you have a weak signal. Usually it just means you’ll need to
re-scan your digital box or TV. Don’t worry, it is easy to do. And once you’ve done it,
Why have I lost some / all of my
you should get all the Freeview channels available to you. If problems persist you
channels?
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.
• 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
Can I watch Freeview using a
the aerial is the responsibility of your landlord, or if you’re using a second TV in
portable set-top aerial?
the bedroom and don’t want the hassle and expense of using extension cables,
a set top aerial may be your only option.
• 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
What type of aerial do I need?
likely to get interference from other electrical devices at home. We suggest you
have an aerial survey done before getting an aerial upgrade.
• Talk to your retailer or contact your local aerial installer.
• Power reset the TV and the connected device.
Why the TV haven't received any
• Ensure that the external device is turned on and properly connected to the correct
signal from external device?
TV's socket.
• Select the correct input source.
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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
50
60
50
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
Aspect Ratio
50
60
Auto / 4:3 / 16:9
50
60
24
1080P: 1920 x 1080
50
60
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Product Fiche and Specifications
Brand
JVC
Model
LT-48C570
Energy Efficiency Class
A
Screen Size (measured diagonally)
Approx. 122 cm (48 inch)
Power Consumption (In HOME mode)
85.3 W
Average Annual Energy Consumption *
125 kWh
(Please refer to *1 under this table)
Standby Power Consumption
Display Resolution
Panel System
0.50 W
1920 pixels (horizontal) x 1080 pixels (vertical)
48 inch LED Backlit LCD Panel
Television System
Brightness
Contrast Ratio
Peak Luminance (On-Mode/Home Mode)
Power Source
PAL I / SECAM L / BG / DK
300 cd/m2
3000:1
80%
100-240V~50/60Hz
Off Power Consumption
N/A
Operating Temperature
0°C – 40°C
Operating Humidity
10% – 80%
Mercury Content (mg)
Presence of Lead *
(Please refer to *2 under this table)
Reference Period
Speaker Power
Dimension (W x D x H) with base
Weight (Net)
0.0 mg
3
2010/1062 – 2017
10 W + 10 W
1083 x 262 x 674 mm
10.2 kg
Inputs / Output
SCART
1
HDMI
3
YPbPr
1
Common Interface
1
AV
1
Digital Audio Output (Optical)
1
USB
1
Aerial
1
Headphone (3.5mm)
1
LAN
1
Features and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
*1 Energy consumption per year based on the power consumption of the television operating 4 hours per day for 365 days. The
actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.
*2 This television contains lead in certain parts or components where no technology alternatives exist in accordance with
existing exemption clauses under the RoHS Directive.
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LT-48C570
A
86
Watt
122
cm
125
kWh/annum
48
inch
2010/1062 - 2017
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Remote Control Codes
Sky Codes
The codes for controlling your TV using a Sky Remote Control are 3456, 3460, 3830, 3859. For instruction on how to use the
code, see your Sky instruction manual.
Useful Information and Licences
For general information about appliances, and handy hints and
tips check out Kit Guides at teamknowhow.com or
call UK: 0344 561 1234 Ireland: 1890 818 575.
Visit Partmaster.co.uk today for the easiest way to
buy electrical spares and accessories. With over
1 million spares and accessories available we can
deliver direct to your door the very next day.
Visit www.partmaster.co.uk or call 0344 800 3456
(UK customers only). Calls charged at National Rate.
The symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of with your other
household waste. Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by handing it over to a
designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. The separate collection
and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help conserve natural resources and ensure
that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment.
For more information about where you can drop off your waste for recycling, please contact your local authority,
or where you purchased your 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.
MPEG-2 NOTICE
Any use of this product in any matter other than personal use that complies with the MPEG-2 standard for encoding video
information for packaged media is expressly prohibited without a license under applicable patents in the MPEG-2 Patent Portfolio,
which license is available from MPEG LA, LLC, 6312 S. Fiddlers Green Circle, Suite 400E, Greenwood Village, Colorado, 80111 U.S.A.
Dolby Audio
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Dolby Audio, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of
HDMI Licensing Administrator, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
The Freeview service and channels are subject to coverage and may be changed from time to time. Aerial upgrade and/or receiver
may be required. Visit freeview.co.uk/availability. The FREEVIEW words and logos are trade marks of DTV Services LTD. © DTV Services
Ltd
For DTS patents, see http://patents.dts.com. Manufactured under license from DTS Licensing Limited. DTS, the Symbol, & DTS and
the Symbol together are registered trademarks, and DTS TruSurround is a trademark of DTS, Inc. © DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
All trademarks are the property of their respective owners and all rights are acknowledged.
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Dear Customer,
This apparatus is in conformance with the valid European directives compatibility and electrical
safety.
European representative of the manufacturer is:
DSG Retail Ltd. (co. no. 504877)
1 Portal Way, London, W3 6RS, UK
For Help and Support Call
UK: 0344 561 1234
Ireland: 1890 818 575
Hereby, DSG Retail Ltd., declares that this TV (LT-48C570)
is in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of
the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following
internet address: https://www.teamknowhow.com/
Click on SEARCH and enter the model number.
The product is distributed and warranted exclusive by DSG Retail Ltd.
“JVC” is the trademark of JVC KENWOOD Corporation, used by DSG Retail Ltd. under license.
(IB-LT-48C570-170828V2)