BeoVision 3 – 28
Guide
The User’s guides
BeoVision Avant
This Guide contains all the information you need to know about your Bang &
Olufsen product.
Guide
The information on the CD-rom can also be
found on the Bang & Olufsen web-site;
www.bang-olufsen.com
or via your retailer.
We expect your Bang & Olufsen retailer to deliver, install and set up your
product. However, the information required to install and set up the product is
included in the Guide and on the CD-rom. This might be useful if you move
your product or expand your system at a later date.
The Guide and the CD-rom both contain an index which can help you find the
specific subject you want to know more about.
An explanation of symbols in the Guides
Buttons on the Beo4 remote TV
control
LIST
▲
▼
Display on the Beo4 remote
control
STORE
Display on the television
TV 12
The enclosed CD-rom contains a file in PDF-format.
To read this file, the Acrobat Reader program must
be installed on your computer. If you do not have
the program, it can be installed from the CD-rom.
Then select the file with the language you want,
and the Reference book opens.
Contents
Introducing your Bang & Olufsen television, 4
Find out how to use the Beo4 remote control and bring up the menus on the
television screen.
Daily use, 7
Find out all there is to know about the daily use of your television, including how
to create and use Groups and how to use teletext functions.
Advanced operations, 17
All you need to know about using your television beyond daily use, such as how
to operate timed play and timed standby functions, the pincode system, and a
connected BeoCord V 8000 video tape recorder.
Tuning and preference settings, 27
Find out how to tune in programs. This chapter also contains information about
settings for time, date, stand positions, picture and sound.
Placement, connections, and maintenance, 41
Find out how to handle and place your television, connect additional video
equipment and find out where the sockets and the close-up socket panel are
placed.
Index, 48
3
Introducing BeoVision 3 and Beo4
4
The Beo4 remote control gives you
access to all functions. When a
function is in use, you are informed
via displays on Beo4 or on the
television screen.
Switch on the television
TV
TV
FORMAT
Switch on a connected set-top box
SAT
Select programs or teletext pages or enter
data in on-screen menus
0–9
TV
LIGHT
RADIO
SAT
DVD
CD
V TAPE
RECORD
A TAPE
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
TEXT
0
MENU
MENU
TEXT
Enter information in on-screen menus. Press
ss or tt while TV is on to select a program
Group you have created
Accept and store instructions or settings
Step up or down through programs or menu
items
Reveal additional functions in the Beo4
display, such as FORMAT
ss
tt
GO
LIST
GO
LIST
STOP
For information about how to add extra functions
to those shown in the Beo4 display, refer to the
chapter ‘Customise Beo4’ on the CD-rom.
EXIT
•
▲
▼
∧
∨
EXIT
The Beo4 display shows the source you have
selected, or extra functions available when
you press the LIST button
Bring up the main menu
Switch on teletext
Adjust sound volume; press in the middle to
mute the sound
Exit all on-screen menus
Switch the television to standby
5
Displayed information and menus
Information about the selected source is
shown at the top of the screen. On-screen
menus allow you to adjust settings.
Menu name
TV SETUP
TV
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
Menu options
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
Option
contents
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAM
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
Information
field
How to use option menus…
Press to switch on the television
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
back
1 DR1
2 TV2
3........
select
GO
back
TV
Press to bring up the TV SETUP
menu
MENU
Press to move between the
different menu options.
Pressing ▲ while the first menu
option is highlighted brings you
back one level in the menu
hierarchy
▲
Press to reveal different settings
ss
Press to bring up a menu or
store a setting you have made
GO
Press to exit all menus
EXIT
▼
tt
select
GO
6
Daily use
This chapter contains information
about the basic functions of your
television.
For information about more
advanced operation, such as timed
playback, timed standby, and the use
of the pincode system, refer to the
chapter ‘Advanced operations’ on
page 17.
Watch TV, 8
• Select a TV program
• Bring up a TV list
• Turn the television
Adjust sound and picture format, 10
•
•
•
•
Adjust or mute the sound
Change sound type or language
Change speaker balance or combination
Change the picture format
Teletext, 12
• Basic teletext functions
• Store favourite teletext pages
• Day-to-day use of MEMO pages
Use Groups, 14
• Select programs in a Group
• Create Groups
• Move programs within a Group
7
Watch TV
8
The functions shown on these pages
are used on a daily basis.
Choose a TV program by its number
and switch to another program or
source. You can also bring up a list
of TV programs on the screen.
If your television is equipped with the
optional motorised stand or base,
you can adjust the position of the
television.
You can also select a program from a
Group of programs you have
created. For further information
about Groups, refer to the chapter
‘Use Groups’ on page 14.
Select a TV program
Bring up a TV list
When you switch the television on, the last
program viewed appears on the screen.
All your TV programs appear on a list, which
you can bring up on the screen. The list
contains program numbers and names, and
can contain up to 99 TV programs. You can
also bring up a program list for Groups of
programs.
Press to switch on the television
Press to switch on the television
TV
TV
TV 2
BBC
Press a program number to go
directly to that program
0–9
Press and hold to bring up a TV
list on the screen
GO
Press to change programs one by
one
▲
To select a program, enter the
program number, or…
0–9
Press to switch the television to
standby
•
…press until the desired program
is highlighted
▲
Press to switch on the chosen
program, or…
GO
…press to leave the menu
EXIT
Bring up the program list for
a specific Group…
Press to switch on the television
TV
Pressing 0 swaps between the
current and previous TV
programs.
▼
▼
BBC
Press ss or tt repeatedly to step
through your Groups
ss
Press to bring up the chosen
Group
GO
Press and hold to bring up the
program list for this Group
GO
Press ss or tt to see the program
lists for the other Groups
ss
tt
MY GROUP
tt
9
Turn the television
If you have a motorised stand or base, you can
turn the television using your Beo4 remote
control.
TV PROGRAM LIST
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
DR2
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
........
........
........
CNN
N3
........
SAT 1
SVT 2
NRK
TV4
more
select
GO
The program list for TV is now called up. It
provides you with an overview of all your available
TV programs.
NEWS
DR2
TV2
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
BBC
CNN
group
select
GO
Group list… TV programs selected for a Group
also appear in the program lists for all tuned TV
programs.
Press repeatedly to display
STAND on Beo4
LIST
Press ss or tt to turn the
television to the left or the right,
or…
ss
…press the number buttons to
choose a pre-defined position;
1 represents the far left position,
9 represents the far right
position
1–9
For further information about
how to preset positions for TV
viewing, refer to the chapter ‘Set
positions for the television to
turn to’ on page 36.
STAND
tt
Adjust sound and picture format
10
Several sound adjustment possibilities
are available in your television.
Adjust or mute the sound
Change sound type or language
You can adjust or mute the sound at any time.
The names of the various types of sound
available are shown in the display as you
proceed.
You can adjust the volume or mute
the sound completely at any time.
If programs are broadcasted with
different sound types or languages,
you can choose between the sound
types or languages.
If speakers are connected to your
television, you can adjust the speaker
balance.
You can change the picture format,
or listen to sound from the TV
speakers without a picture on the
screen.
Press either end of the button to
adjust the volume up or down
∧
∨
Press repeatedly to display
SOUND on Beo4
LIST
Press to bring up the current
sound type on the screen
GO
Press repeatedly to switch to
another sound type or language
in a multi-language programme
GO
GO
Press in the middle of the button
to mute the sound
∧
∨
MUTE
Press either end of the button to
bring the sound back
∧
∨
STEREO
Press to exit the SOUND function EXIT
Prolonged listening at high
volume level can cause hearing
damage!
In order to display SOUND on
Beo4, you must first add it to the
Beo4 list of functions. For further
information, refer to the chapter
‘Customise Beo4’ on the
CD-rom.
You can store your favourite
sound type when tuning in your
TV programs. For further
information, refer to the chapter
‘Edit programs’ on page 30.
NOTE! For more information about how to
connect speakers, refer to the chapter ‘Socket
panels’ on page 44. For more information about
surround sound, refer to the chapter ‘Loudspeaker
connections – surround sound’ on the CD-rom.
SOUND
VOL 26
11
Change speaker balance or
combination
Change the picture format
If you connect loudspeakers to your television,
you can adjust speaker balance and change
the speaker combination at any time.
The television always ensures you the best
possible picture. It automatically adapts the
picture so that it fills out as much of the
screen as possible. However, you can still
choose a preferred format.
Press repeatedly to display
SPEAKER on Beo4
LIST
Press repeatedly to display
FORMAT on Beo4
LIST
Press to adjust the balance
between the left and right
speakers
ss
Press the number of the desired
picture format
0–3
Press to select a speaker
combination
1–3
Press to remove SPEAKER from
the Beo4 display and return to
the source you were using
EXIT
SPEAKER
tt
Speaker combinations
SPEAKER 1
Sound in the television speakers only.
SPEAKER 2
Stereo sound in the two external front speakers.
SPEAKER 3
The television speakers and the external front
speakers are active.
For information about how to preset a speaker
combination, refer to the chapter ‘Choose a
speaker combination’ on the CD-rom.
If you have chosen
FORMAT 1…
Press ss or tt to select variations
of this format
If you have chosen FORMAT 1
or FORMAT 2…
Press ▲ or ▼ to move the
picture up and down
Press to leave the FORMAT
function
In FORMAT 1 the television
automatically chooses the largest
picture – panoramic view.
FORMAT
ss
tt
▲
▼
EXIT
Picture formats to choose from
FORMAT 0
Removes the picture from the screen. This is
useful if, for example, you are playing an audio
CD on a connected DVD 1 and do not want to
see the audio CD menu on the screen. Press a
source button, such as TV, to restore the
picture.
FORMAT 1
For standard TV pictures. Two variations are
available: 15:9 and Panoramic view (for the
largest picture).
FORMAT 2
For letter-box pictures. When you select
FORMAT 2, the picture is automatically adjusted
vertically. This ensures that channel names or
subtitles – if these appear in the broadcasted
picture – can be seen.
FORMAT 3
For 16:9 widescreen pictures. FORMAT 3 is
usually selected automatically. If this is not the
case, you can select it yourself.
Teletext
12
If you select a program and the
broadcaster offers a teletext service,
the television gives you access to
teletext pages and any subpages
linked to the pages.
The arrow buttons on Beo4, the
menu bar at the top of the screen
and the highlighted cursor help you
move to the page you want in a
single step. When you get there, you
can pause the turning of subpages
to read them at your own pace.
The television can remember your
favourite pages, bring you back to
the previous page, reveal hidden
messages or help you switch to
another program’s teletext service.
To make your favourite teletext
pages appear first when you bring
up teletext, store them as MEMO
pages.
When you store a teletext subtitles
page as MEMO page number nine,
you can activate subtitles
automatically.
NOTE! If your television is linked via a BeoLink
cable to another television, stored memory pages
will not be shared among linked televisions.
Memory pages must be stored manually on all
linked televisions.
Basic teletext functions
Navigate through teletext pages by using the
menu bar at the top of the teletext page.
PAGE PROGRAM POINT HALT REC SETUP
P100 BBC
S100
Ons 13 Oct
12:39:34
PAGE PROGRAM POINT HALT REC SETUP
P100 BBC
S100
Ons 13 Oct
12:39:34
To return to a previous page…
> When you use POINT to step to another page,
POINT on the menu bar changes to RETURN.
> Press GO to go back to the previous page.
RETURN only brings you one step back. Return to
other previously viewed pages by using the PAGE
or MEMO functions.
> Press TEXT to gain access to teletext and EXIT
to leave teletext.
> If you press EXIT and leave teletext before the
page you want is found, the display TEXT
advises you when the page is found.
> Press GO to see the page.
If you change to another program or leave teletext
by selecting a new source, you are not advised
when the page is found.
To move to another teletext service…
> Press tt to move the highlighted cursor to
PROGRAM.
If MEMO pages have been created, MEMO is
highlighted when you switch on teletext. Press
▲ or ▼ while MEMO is highlighted to find
PROGRAM.
> Press GO to bring up a program list.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to find a desired program.
> Press GO to switch to another teletext service.
To move to a new page…
> Enter the number of the page you wish to see,
or…
> …press ss to move the highlighted cursor to
PAGE.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to step between pages, and hold
to step faster.
> Pressing GO steps to index pages (100, 200,
300…).
To stop subpages from turning…
> Press STOP to stop subpages from turning, or…
> …move the cursor to HALT and press GO. HALT
is replaced by a set of four digits.
> Use ▼ and ▲ to step to the subpage you wish
to see, or…
> …enter its number using the number keys on
Beo4.
> Press GO to restart page turning.
To move using links on a page…
> Press tt to move the cursor on the bar to POINT.
> Press GO or ▼ to place the cursor on the page.
> Move the cursor via the arrow buttons to a page
reference and press GO.
To reveal hidden messages and the like…
> Move the cursor on the bar to t.
> Press GO to change SETUP to REVEAL.
> Press GO again to reveal hidden text on the
current page.
13
Store favourite teletext pages
Day-to-day use of MEMO pages
Nine MEMO pages are available for each
program’s teletext service.
You may wish to refer to your teletext MEMO
pages quickly, for example, if you are leaving
for work and wish to check traffic information
on a teletext service.
PAGE MEMO1
POINT HALT REC SETUP
P100 BBC
S100
Ons 13 Oct
12:39:34
PAGE MEMO2
POINT HALT REC SETUP
P100 BBC
S100
Ons 13 Oct
12:39:34
To create a MEMO page…
> Bring up a page you view often.
> Press ss or tt to move the cursor along the menu
bar to SETUP and press GO. The 9 available
MEMO slots are shown by number. The first is
highlighted.
> Press GO to store the current page. The cursor
moves to the next available MEMO slot.
> Use the number buttons on Beo4 to select the
next teletext page you wish to store.
> Repeat the procedure for each page you wish to
store.
> To leave the MEMO setup, press ss or tt to move
the cursor to BACK and press GO.
> Press EXIT to leave teletext.
If you would like available teletext subtitles to
appear automatically for a particular program,
store the teletext subtitles page as MEMO page 9.
To delete a MEMO page…
> Press ss or tt to move the cursor to SETUP and
press GO.
> Move the cursor to the MEMO page you wish to
delete and press the yellow button.
> Press the yellow button again to confirm.
To view MEMO pages…
> Press TEXT to bring up teletext.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to move between MEMO pages.
> Press EXIT to leave teletext.
Use Groups
14
If you have stored a lot of programs
and want to get to your favourites
quickly without going through the
list each time, place them in a
Group. You no longer need to step
through programs you do not use.
Select programs in a Group
Create Groups
Gain access to your Groups by activating
Groups mode. Press the arrow buttons to
select the Group you are looking for, then
step through the programs in this Group.
You can create up to eight different Groups.
Each Group can contain up to 18 programs.
The same program can be stored in more than
one Group.
Name the Groups after the people
who watch them – ‘Dad’ or ‘Mary’ –
or according to the types of programs included, like ‘News’ or
‘Sports’.
Press to switch on the television
When you have created and selected
a particular Group, you only step
through the TV programs belonging
to this particular Group. Switch to a
different Group to watch a different
set of programs or switch from
GROUPS to TV to see all the tuned
TV programs.
Move left or right until your
groups are displayed
When you find the Group you
want, press GO to select your
Group
TV
ss
TV SETUP
tt
MY GROUP
GO
NEWS
PROGRAM GROUPS
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
GROUP1
TIMER RECORDING
...
PLAY TIMER
...
OPTIONS
...
STAND POSITIONS
...
...
GROUP1
. . .
. . .
Step up or down through the
programs in that particular Group
▲
Use the number buttons to enter
the number of the program you
want to see
1–9
Move left or right to switch to
another Group – and press GO to
bring it up
ss
▼
back
...
...
select
GO
name
new group
PROGRAM GROUPS
TV 2
A
BBC
character
tt
SPORT
next
accept
GO
PROGRAM GROUPS
GO
MY GROUP
To bring up a program list for the
current Group, press and hold GO
in Groups mode. To select all
available TV programs, press TV.
...
name
move
create
GO
COPY TV
TO MY GROUP
1 DR2
2 TV2
3........
4 EUROSPORT
5 ZDF
6 ARD
7........
..
..
15 SAT 1
16 SVT 2
17 NRK
18 TV4
DR2
SKY NEWS
ZDF
RADIO 2
BBC
copy
accept
GO
move
create group
GO
15
Move programs within a Group
You can rearrange the order in which your
programs appear within a Group and delete
programs in a Group.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu,
PROGRAM GROUPS is already highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the PROGRAM GROUPS
menu.
> Press ▼ to move the cursor to an empty Group
and press the green button to be able to name
a new Group.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to select characters.
> Press ss or tt to move to the previous or next
character space.
> Press GO to store the name, and press GO again
to be able to copy programs into the new
Group.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to find a program you wish to
copy to the new Group.
> Press tt to copy a TV program to your Group.
> Press GO to store your Group when you are
done copying programs.
> Press ▲ to back up through previous menus or
press EXIT to exit all menus.
Set-top box programs cannot be combined with
TV programs in a Group.
NEWS
DR2
TV2
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
BBC
CNN
group
select
GO
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu,
PROGRAM GROUPS is already highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the PROGRAM GROUPS
menu.
> Press ▼ to highlight a Group and press GO to
select it.
> Press ▼ to highlight the program you wish to
move or delete.
> Press tt to move the program out of the list and
press ▲ or ▼ to move it to the new position.
> Press ss to move the program back into the list,
or press the yellow button to delete it. When
you delete a program in the list, the remaining
programs contract.
> If the program changed places with another
program, then move this program to a new
position.
> When you finish moving or deleting programs in
a Group, press GO to store the Group.
> Press ▲ to back up through previous menus or
press EXIT to exit all menus.
16
Advanced operations
Find out how to operate your
television beyond daily use.
This is also the chapter that informs
you of how to operate connected
video equipment and a connected
set-top box.
Make your television start and stop automatically, 18
• Before you start…
• Timed play and timed standby
• View, edit, or delete a Timer
The pincode system, 20
•
•
•
•
Activate the pincode system
Change or delete your pincode
Use your pincode
If you have forgotten your pincode…
Set-top box operation, 22
•
•
•
•
Set-top Box Controller menu
Universal Beo4 operation
Use the set-top box’s own menu
Use a set-top box in a link room
If you have a BeoCord V 8000…, 24
•
•
•
•
Play and search through a tape
Timed recording via teletext
Record via on-screen menu
Check the recordings already set
17
Make your television start and stop automatically
18
If your television is equipped with the
optional Master Link module, you can
make the television switch itself on or
off automatically via the timed play
and timed standby functions.
Enter as many as six Timer settings,
and bring up an on-screen list of the
Timer settings you have entered.
From this list, you can edit or delete
your Timer settings.
If your television is integrated with a
Bang & Olufsen audio or video system
with a Master Link cable, these
systems can perform the timed play
or timed standby functions as well.
If you wish to enter Timer settings,
make sure that the built-in clock is set
to the correct time. For further
information, refer to the chapter ‘Set
the time and date’ on page 37.
Before you start…
Timed play and timed standby
If you connect a Bang & Olufsen audio or
video product to your television with a
Master Link cable, you can exclude or include
it in timed functions via the Play Timer menu.
For example, set the television’s Play Timer to
ON and the audio system’s Play Timer to OFF
if you wish timed functions to apply only to
the television.
You can preset your television to start and
stop automatically at the same time and day
every week.
To switch on the Play Timer…
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press ▼ to highlight PLAY TIMER.
> Press GO to bring up the PLAY TIMER menu.
TIMER ON/OFF is already highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the TIMER ON/OFF menu.
> Press ss or tt to reveal ON.
> Press GO to store the setting.
For further information about how to switch the
Play Timer on or off for a connected
Bang & Olufsen audio or video product, refer to
the Guide enclosed with the product.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
TIMER SETUP
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
TIMER ON / OFF
TIMER INDEX
TIMER ON / OFF
PLAY TIMER PROGRAMMING
TIMER INDEX
PLAY TIMER PROGRAMMING SOURCE
PROGRAM
START TIME
back
select GO
back
select
GO
TIMER PROGRAMMING
SOURCE
TV
PROGRAM
18 BBC
START TIME
15:40
STOP TIME
16:40
DAYS
M . . TF . S
...
store
The system writes:
M…
Monday
T…
Tuesday
W…
Wednesday
T…
Thursday
F…
Friday
S…
Saturday
S…
Sunday
NOTE! If your television is set up in a link room,
Timer programming must be carried out via your
main room system.
GO
19
View, edit or delete a Timer
Bring up an on-screen list of the settings you
have entered. From this list, you can edit or
delete your Timer settings.
To enter settings for timed play or timed
standby…
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press ▼ to highlight PLAY TIMER.
> Press GO to bring up the PLAY TIMER menu and
press ▼ to highlight PLAY TIMER
PROGRAMMING.
> Press GO to bring up the TIMER
PROGRAMMING menu.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to move through the menu items.
> Use the number buttons to enter information or
press ss or tt to view your choices for each item.
When DAYS is highlighted, press tt once to be
able to move through the days, and press
▲ or ▼ to remove a day you do not want. Press
tt to move to the next day, and press ss to
move back to a previous day. When the
weekday(s) you want are displayed, press GO to
accept the day(s).
> When you have filled in the required
information, press GO to store your Timer
settings.
> Press EXIT to exit all menus.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
TIMER SETUP
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
TIMER ON / OFF
TIMER INDEX
TIMER ON / OFF
PLAY TIMER PROGRAMMING
TIMER INDEX
PLAY TIMER PROGRAMMING
15:40-16:40
TV 18
BBC
M . . TF . .
back
select GO
back
select
GO
PLAY TIMER INDEX
15:40-16:40
BBC
TV 18
M . . TF . .
6:00 - 7:00
ZDF
TV 3
MTWTF . .
20:00-22:00
CNN
TV 15
MT . . . S .
delete
edit
GO
To view, edit or delete your Timer settings…
> Select TIMER INDEX from the TIMER SETUP
menu to bring up your list of Timer settings. The
first Timer setting in the list is already
highlighted.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to move the cursor to a Timer
setting you wish to edit.
> To edit a setting, press GO and follow the
procedure described to the left.
> To be able to delete a selected setting, press the
yellow button.
> If you change your mind, press ss to move the
setting back into the list. You can also press
EXIT to exit all menus.
> Press the yellow button a second time to delete
the setting.
The pincode system
20
You choose whether or not to
activate the pincode system. The
pincode system is deactivated when
you delete your pincode.
Activate the pincode system
Bring up the TV SETUP menu on the screen,
activate the PINCODE menu and choose from
the submenus.
The pincode system is intended to
make normal use of your television
impossible for someone who does
not know the pincode.
TV SETUP
When the television has been
disconnected from the mains for
15–30 minutes, the pincode system
goes into effect.
PROGRAM GROUPS
PINCODE
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
PINCODE
0. . .
CONFIRM PINCODE
. . . .
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
When reconnected and switched on,
the television automatically switches
itself off after five minutes. Entering
the pincode returns the television to
normal.
Should you lose or forget your code,
contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer
to receive a mastercode which
disables your pincode.
GROUP1
. . .
. . .
back
select
next
accept
GO
GO
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
PINCODE
TUNING
DELETE PINCODE
TIMER RECORDING
NEW PINCODE
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
GROUP1
. . .
. . .
back
select
GO
select
GO
To activate the pincode system…
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu.
> Press ss twice, followed by STOP. The PINCODE
menu appears on the screen.
> Use the number buttons or ▲ ▼ on Beo4 to
enter the four digits of your code. Press ss to go
back to digits you wish to correct and use ▲ or
▼ to change them.
> Press GO after the last digit is found.
> Re-enter your code to confirm it and press GO
again. If the two codes are not identical, the
input fields are cleared and you must enter the
code again.
To change or delete your pincode…
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu.
> Press ss twice, followed by STOP. The PINCODE
menu appears on the screen.
> Enter the correct pincode to be able to change
or delete pincode functions.
> To change your code, enter the code digits using
the number buttons or ▲ ▼ and press GO.
Re-enter the code to confirm it.
> To delete your code, choose DELETE PINCODE
and press GO.
To cancel a pincode entry…
> Press STOP. The entry is cancelled and the input
fields are cleared.
NOTE! You can change your pincode up to five
times within a three-hour period.
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Use your pincode
If your television has been disconnected from
the mains for 15–30 minutes, the television
prompts you for the pincode when you switch
it on. If you do not enter the pincode, the
television switches to standby after
approximately 5 minutes.
PINCODE
PINCODE
0. . .
next
accept
GO
When your television is switched on…
> Enter the code digits using the number buttons
or ▲ ▼.
> Press GO when the last digit is entered.
> Your television starts up again.
Five incorrect entries will cause the television to
shut down for three hours, during which
operation is not possible.
Approximately 30 seconds before the system
automatically switches to standby, it cannot be
operated by remote control. Therefore, it is not
possible to enter a pincode during this time.
MASTERCODE
MASTERCODE
0. . . .
next
accept
GO
If you have forgotten your pincode…
> Contact a Bang & Olufsen retailer to receive a
five-digit Master Code.
> When the television prompts you for your
pincode, press and hold ss to bring up the
MASTERCODE menu.
> Entering the code digits using the number
buttons or ▲ ▼ and pressing GO will deactivate
your pincode and reactivate your television.
Set-top box operation
22
The built-in Set-top Box Controller
acts as an interpreter between the
set-top box of your choice and the
Beo4 remote control. When a set-top
box is connected, you can use the
Beo4 remote control to gain access
to the programs and functions
offered by your set-top box.
Some functions are immediately
available via Beo4 when you switch
on the set-top box. Additional
functions are available through a
Set-top Box Controller menu that
you bring up on the screen.
Set-top Box Controller menu
To find out which Beo4 buttons activate
specific services or functions in your set-top
box, bring up the Set-top Box Controller menu
on the screen.
Press to switch on the set-top
box
SAT
Press to bring up the Set-top Box
Controller menu
MENU
Press the number button that
activates the function you want,
or…
…press one of the coloured
buttons to activate a function
1–9
1
GUIDE
2
MENU
3
TEXT
4
INFO
5
WIDE
1
GUIDE
2
MENU
3
TEXT
4
INFO
5
WIDE
Example of a Set-top Box Controller menu – The
Beo4 buttons are shown to the left on the menu
and the set-top box buttons are shown to the
right.
23
Universal Beo4 operation
Use the set-top box’s own menu
Use a set-top box in a link room
If you know which Beo4 button activates the
function you want, you can bring up the
function without activating the Set-top Box
Controller menu first.
Once you have activated your set-top box, you
can operate the set-top box’s own menus,
such as the Program guide, via Beo4.
When your set-top box is connected to the
television in the main room, you can operate
the set-top box from the link room television.
However, the Set-top Box Controller menu
cannot be displayed on the television screen
in the link room.
While your set-top box is
activated…
Press GO and then the number
button that activates the
function you want
While the set-top box’s own
menu is shown…
Moves the cursor up or down
Press to switch on the set-top
box in the main room
SAT
Press to select a function, and…
…press the number button that
activates the function you want
GO
1–9
Press GO and then ▲ or ▼ to
step up or down through
programs directly
Press and hold GO to bring up
the Program guide or the
‘Now/Next’ banner on the screen
depending on your set-top box
GO
0–9
▲
▼
Moves the cursor
ss
tt
Selects and activates a function
GO
GO
Press GO and then ss or tt to
step between menu pages or
step in program lists
GO
Exits menus, or returns to a
previous menu
STOP
Exits menus, enters or exits
different modes, such as radio
EXIT
GO
▲
▼
GO
Use the coloured buttons as
indicated in the menus of your
set-top box
When set-top box is selected as
source, press MENU twice to
bring up the television’s main
menu.
ss
Press one of the coloured
buttons to activate a function
tt
If you have a BeoCord V 8000…
24
You can use the Beo4 remote control
to play and search through a
videotape no matter if the BeoCord
V 8000 is connected to your main
room television and operated via a
television in a link room, or
connected directly to the television
you are using.
However, recordings can only be
made as described if the video tape
recorder is connected directly to this
television.
From the recording menu, you can
check, edit or delete all the timed
recordings that are waiting to be
executed.
For further information about the
video tape recorder, refer to its own
Guide. Note, however, that some
features described in the video tape
recorder’s Guide are not available
when it is connected to the
television.
Play and search through a tape
Timed recording via teletext
Once you have selected the video tape
recorder via Beo4, all operations are carried
out via Beo4. Playback of the videotape you
have loaded starts automatically.
Recordings are easily programmed via
teletext.
Insert a tape in the video tape recorder…
> Press V TAPE to activate the video tape recorder
– the tape then starts automatically…
V. TAPE
PLAY
TV RECORD
NOW
TELETEXT
2:42
RECORD LIST
MENU
While the videotape is playing…
> Press ss or tt to cue backwards or forwards
through the tape.
> Press ss or tt a second time to cue faster.
> Press ss or tt a third time to rewind or fast
forward through the tape, or…
> …press and hold ss or tt for 2 seconds to
rewind or fast forward through the tape.
> Press GO to start or resume playback.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to step forwards or backwards
through different tracks or recordings on a tape.
PAGE
MEMO
POINT
back
HALT
select
GO
PAGE PROGRAM POINT HALT REC SETUP
P202 BBC
S202
Ons 13 Oct
12:39:34
The menu bar on the teletext page.
To pause or stop a tape…
> Press GO to pause the tape, press GO again to
resume playback.
> Press STOP to stop the tape completely.
> Press the • standby button to switch the
television and the video tape recorder to
standby.
18:30-21:00
P202 BBC
13. OCT
S202
P1
BBC
Ons 13 Oct
OK?
The status line for a recording may appear above
the teletext page with both start and stop times
indicated, or on the actual program you want to
record.
PROGRAMMING STORED
The recording is now stored.
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Insert a tape for recording…
> Find the teletext page you want.
> Press RECORD to be able to select a programme
to record, or use tt to move to REC on the
teletext menu bar and press GO.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to move to the start time or the
actual programme title.
> Press GO to select the chosen start time or
simply select the programme title.
> If necessary, press GO to select the stop time,
you can change the stop time by pressing ▼
and include two or three programmes in a row.
> Check the status line for the recording, if
necessary use ▲ or ▼ or the number buttons to
change and ss or tt to move between the
entered data.
> Press GO to store the timed recording.
PROGRAMMING STORED indicates that your
recording is stored.
You can also bring up the menu for making a
Timer recording via the main SETUP menu for the
relevant source, such as TV, or the main SETUP
menu for V.TAPE.
Record via on-screen menu
Check the recordings already set
Use the menu to set a timed recording. Enter
source, start time and stop time for your
recording. You can make up to 6 timed
recordings.
You can check the recordings that are waiting
to be executed, as well as edit or delete them.
If the timed recordings overlap, this is
indicated when the recording is stored and
shown in the list of recordings.
TV RECORD
TV RECORD
NOW
NOW
TELETEXT
TELETEXT
RECORD LIST
RECORD LIST
SOURCE
PROGRAM
START TIME
PROGRAM
18 BBC
START TIME
15:40
STOP TIME
16:40
DATE
back
GO
select PDC
/ VPS
RECORD LIST
MENU
TV RECORD
MENU
20:00-21:00
SUPER CH
TV3
7 MAY
back
OFF
store
GO
Insert a tape ready for recording…
> Press TV to switch on the television or SAT to
switch on a set-top box, if available.
> Press RECORD on Beo4 to bring up the
recording menu.
> Press ▼ until MENU is highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the menu for setting a
timed recording. START TIME is highlighted.
> Use the number buttons or ss or tt to enter
information for your timed recording; stop time,
date, different program number if necessary,
and activate the PDC/VPS function if available.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to step from option to option.
> Press GO to store the recording.
> Press ▲ to back up through previous menus or
press EXIT to exit all menus directly.
If PDC/VPS is an option on the menu, then you
can set it to OFF or AUTO. The option you choose
will be valid for this particular recording only. For
further information about the PDC and VPS
systems and recording, refer to the BeoCord
V 8000 Guide.
select
20:00-21:00
SUPER CH
TV 3
FRI 7 MAY
TALK SHOW
SKY
SAT 110
SUN 15 SEP
20:00-22:00
MEJRUP
RADIO 15
FRI 7 APR
GO
delete
edit
GO
> Press RECORD to bring up the recording menu.
> Press ▼ until RECORD LIST is highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the list of recordings.
>Press ▼ or ▲ to highlight a recording.
To edit a highlighted recording…
> Press GO to be able to edit the recording.
> Press ss or tt to change start and stop times,
date or program number.
> Press ▼ or ▲ to step through the options.
> Press GO to store the recording and return to
the list.
To delete a highlighted recording…
> Press the yellow button to delete the recording.
> Press the yellow button again to confirm, or
press ss to move it back into the list.
> Select another recording to delete, or press EXIT
to exit all menus.
Overlapping recordings are indicated by OVERLAP.
A red dot indicates which recordings overlap.
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Tuning and preference settings
Find out how to perform the
first-time setup procedure and tune
in all available programs
automatically. In addition, you can
find information about how to edit
tuned programs and adjust other
available settings, such as time, date,
picture and sound.
For information about how to place
your television and connect
additional video equipment, refer to
the chapter ‘Placement, connections
and maintenance’ on page 41.
First-time setup of your television, 28
•
•
•
•
Select menu language
Store all programs and settings
Register extra equipment before auto tuning
Determine the centre position of the television
Edit tuned TV programs, 30
•
•
•
•
Move tuned programs
Name tuned programs
Delete tuned programs
Adjust tuned programs
Re-tune or add programs, 34
• Re-tune via automatic tuning
• Add new TV programs
Set positions for the television to turn to, 36
Set the time and date, 37
Adjust picture and sound settings, 38
• Adjust brightness, colour or contrast
• Adjust balance, bass, treble or loudness
Choose menu language, 40
27
First-time setup of your television
28
The setup procedure described here is
activated only when the television is
connected to the mains and switched
on for the first time.
This procedure involves menu
language selection, automatic tuning
of TV programs, determination of the
centre position for the motorised
stand or base – if your television is
equipped with one – and registration
of any extra equipment you have
connected.
Select menu language
Store all programs and settings
The first time you switch on your television,
you must select which language you want all
the menus to be displayed in.
When you have selected the menu language,
a menu for program tuning automatically
appears on the screen.
AUTO TUNE
MENU LANGUAGE
DANSK
CHECK AERIAL CONNECTION
DEUTSCH
TV
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
FRANÇAIS
ITALIANO
NEDERLANDS
SVENSKA
select
accept
GO
start
The menu language setup appears. If you wish to
change the menu language at a later date, you
can find the item under OPTIONS in the TV SETUP
menu.
When the menu for auto tuning appears, the
prompt CHECK AERIAL CONNECTION appears to
remind you to check that your TV aerial is properly
connected.
> Press TV to switch on the television. The
language menu appears.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to move between the displayed
languages, if necessary.
> Press GO to accept the selected language.
> Press tt to start auto tuning. The television tunes
in all available programs.
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Register extra equipment before
auto-tuning
If a video tape recorder, decoder or any other
extra equipment is connected to your
television, the connection is detected by the
television. You can check and confirm the
registration of the equipment involved.
V. TAPE
AV
DECODER
If your television is equipped with the optional
motorised stand or base, the
STAND ADJUSTMENT menu appears on the
screen. Once the centre position is determined,
select your favourite positions for when the
television is switched on and in standby.
STAND ADJUSTMENT
CONNECTIONS
V. TAPE
Determine the centre position
CENTRE POSITION
ADJUSTING . . .
store
GO
When the CONNECTIONS menu appears…
> If necessary, press ss or tt to select the options
that correspond to what you have connected to
the V.TAPE socket.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to step between menu items:
V.TAPE and AV.
> Press GO to store this setup.
adjust
GO
When the STAND ADJUSTMENT menu
appears…
Make sure that there is enough room for the
television to turn to the right and left.
> Press GO to start stand adjustment.
> If the adjustment is interrupted the text
‘ADJUSTMENT FAILED’ appears on the screen.
Remove obstacles preventing the television from
turning, and press GO to start adjustment again.
> Once adjustment is complete, the text
‘ADJUSTMENT OK’ appears, followed by the
STAND POSITIONS menu.
> To store a stand position for when the television
is switched on, press ss or tt to turn the
television and place it according to your viewing
position.
> To store a stand position for when the television
is switched to standby, press ▼ to move to
TV STANDBY.
> Press ss or tt to turn the television and place it
as you wish.
> Press GO to store your positions.
NOTE! For further information about stand
positions, refer to the chapter ‘Set positions for
the television to turn to’ on page 36.
Edit programs – move, name, delete or tune
30
If automatic tuning of all programs
has not stored the programs on your
preferred program numbers or has
not named all the stored programs
automatically, you can rearrange the
order in which the programs appear
and provide them with a name of
your own choice.
If the tuned programs require
additional editing such as fine tuning
or any specific settings regarding, for
example, a decoder, use the
MANUAL TUNING menu.
To be able to edit tuned TV programs,
make sure you choose TV as your
source first.
Move tuned programs
Once automatic tuning of programs has been
completed, the EDIT PROGRAMS menu
appears automatically and you can move your
tuned programs.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAMS
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
back
1 DR1
2 TV2
3. . .
select
GO
back
select
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
........
NRK
TV4
more
name
move
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
........
NRK
TV4
move
move
delete
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
DR1
........
BBC
NRK
TV4
move
move
delete
GO
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu,
and press ▼ to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu.
EDIT PROGRAMS is already highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the EDIT PROGRAMS
menu.
> Press ▼ or ▲ to select the program you wish to
move.
> Press tt once to be able to move the program.
The program is now moved out of the list.
> Press ▼ or ▲ to move the program to the
desired program number.
> Press ss to make the program move back into
the list or change places with the program
which occupies the desired program number.
> Now, move the program which you changed
places with to an empty program number or to
a number already occupied and repeat the
procedure.
> When you have moved the relevant programs,
press ▲ to back up through all menus, or press
EXIT to exit on-screen menus.
31
Name tuned programs
Once automatic tuning of programs has been
completed, the EDIT PROGRAMS menu
appears automatically and you can name the
TV programs that have been tuned in.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAM
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
back
1 DR1
2 TV2
3. . .
select
GO
back
select
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
DR1
A
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
NRK
TV 4
character
next
accept
NRK
TV4
more
name
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
........
GO
move
GO
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu,
and press ▼ to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu.
EDIT PROGRAMS is already highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the EDIT PROGRAMS
menu.
> Press ▼ or ▲ to select the program you wish to
name.
> Press the green button to be able to name the
program. The naming menu is now activated.
> Press ▼ or ▲ to find the individual characters in
the name.
> Press tt to move to the next character. As you
move, the television suggests possible names –
but you can still use ▼ or ▲, and ss or tt to
enter or edit all the characters in the name you
choose.
> Press GO to store the name.
> If necessary, repeat the procedure and name
other program numbers.
> When you have named the relevant programs,
press GO to accept your edited list or press EXIT
to exit on-screen menus.
32
>> Edit tuned TV programs
Delete tuned programs
Once the automatic tuning of programs is
completed, you can delete your unwanted
tuned TV programs.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAM
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
back
select
GO
1 DR1
2 TV2
3. . .
back
select
GO
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
NRK
TV4
more
name
move
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
NRK
TV4
move
move
delete
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
NRK
TV4
move
delete
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press ▼ to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu.
EDIT PROGRAMS is already highlighted.
> Press GO to bring up the EDIT PROGRAMS
menu.
> Press ▼ or ▲ to move to the program you wish
to delete.
> Press tt to move the program out of the list.
> Press the yellow button to be able to delete the
program – the program is then shown in red.
> Press the yellow button to finally delete the
program, or press ss twice to move the program
back into the list.
> When you have deleted the relevant programs,
press EXIT to exit all menus.
33
Adjust tuned programs
You can store TV programs on program
numbers of their own. Fine tune the program
reception, indicate the presence of coded
programs and choose appropriate sound types
for the individual programs.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITION
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAM
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
back
SEARCH
FREQUENCY
PROGRAM NUMBER
select
GO
back
select
GO
TV MANUAL TUNING
SEARCH
...
FREQUENCY
210
PROGRAM NUMBER
1
NAME
DR1
EXTRA
start
store
GO
TV MANUAL TUNING
FINE TUNE
0
DECODER
OFF
TV SYSTEM
B/G
SOUND
STEREO
accept
TV MANUAL TUNING
SEARCH
...
FREQUENCY
210
PROGRAM NUMBER 1
NAME
DR1
EXTRA
TUNING STORED
GO
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press ▼ to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu and
press ▼ to highlight MANUAL TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the MANUAL TUNING
menu.
> Press ▼ or ▲ to move between items on the
menu.
> Press tt or ss to view your choices for each
item.
> If you choose NAME, then press the green
button to start the naming procedure. Use ▼ or
▲ and tt to enter the characters in the name
you choose.
> To bring up the extra TV MANUAL TUNING
menu, move to EXTRA and press GO. Now fine
tune if relevant, or select type of sound (decoder
input and TV system if relevant).
> When you have finished editing, press GO to
accept the settings.
> Press GO to store the adjusted program.
> Press EXIT to exit all menus.
If the item SYSTEM appears on the menu, then
make sure that the correct broadcast system is
displayed before you begin tuning:
B/G… for PAL/SECAM BG
I…
for PAL I
L…
for SECAM L
M…
for NTSC M
D/K… for PAL/SECAM D/K
If programs are broadcasted with two languages
and you want both languages, you can store the
program twice, once with each language.
Re-tune or add programs
34
You can make your television find
your TV programs for you.
Preset up to 99 different TV programs
on program numbers of their own
and give each program a distinct
name.
You can tune in new programs or
retune previously deleted programs.
When tuning in programs via the
ADD PROGRAM menu, your
previously tuned programs are left
unchanged. This allows you to keep
program names, their order in the TV
list, and any special settings you may
have stored for those programs, such
as decoder or broadcast system
settings.
Re-tune via automatic tuning
You can re-tune all your TV programs by
letting the television tune in all the programs
automatically.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press ▼ to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu and
press ▼ to highlight AUTO TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the AUTO TUNING menu.
> Press tt to start auto tuning.
> Once auto tuning is completed, the
EDIT PROGRAMS menu appears. You can then
rearrange the program order, delete programs or
rename them.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TV TUNING
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAMS
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
back
1 DR1
2 TV2
3. . .
select
GO
back
select
TV AUTO TUNING
1 ........
DELETES PROGRAM GROUPS
start
TV AUTO TUNING
1 DR1
2 TV2
3 ........
EDIT TV PROGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
..
..
17
18
DR1
TV2
........
EUROSPRT
ZDF
RTL7
........
BBC
........
NRK
TV4
more
name
Please note: If you re-tune all your TV
programs, all Groups of TV programs and TV
program settings you have made disappear!
move
GO
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Add new TV programs
You can add a new program or update a
tuned program which, for example, has been
moved by the broadcaster.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TV TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
EDIT PROGRAMS
PLAY TIMER
ADD PROGRAM
OPTIONS
AUTO TUNING
STAND POSITIONS
MANUAL TUNING
LINK FREQUENCY
EDIT PROGRAM
ADD PROGRAM
AUTO TUNING
back
19 . . . . . . . .
20 . . . . . . . .
21 . . . . . . . .
select
GO
back
select
ADD TV PROGRAM
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
........
........
CNN
N3
........
SAT 1
SVT 2
NRK
TV4
........
start
GO
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press ▼ to highlight TUNING.
> Press GO to bring up the TV TUNING menu and
press ▼ to highlight ADD PROGRAM.
> Press GO to bring up the ADD PROGRAM menu.
> Press tt to start. New programs are added
automatically as they are found.
> When tuning is completed and new programs
have been added, the EDIT PROGRAMS menu
appears. You can then rearrange the program
order, delete programs or rename them. The
cursor highlights the first new program of those
just added to the list.
Set positions for the television to turn to
36
If your television is equipped with the
optional motorised stand or base, you
can turn it using the Beo4 remote
control.
Furthermore, you can program the
television to turn automatically to
face your favourite viewing position
when you switch on the television,
and turn away to a standby position
when you switch it off.
You can also turn your television by
hand.
Choose one position for when you switch the
television on and one for when you switch it
off.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press ▼ to highlight STAND POSITIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the STAND POSITIONS
menu.
> To store a stand position for when you switch
the television on, press ss or tt to turn the
television and place it according to your viewing
position.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
STAND POSTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
TV ON
TV STANDBY
back
TV ON
TV STANDBY
select
To store a stand position for when the
television is switched off and in standby…
> Press ▼ to move to TV STANDBY.
> Press ss or tt to turn the television and place it
as you wish.
> Press GO to store your positions.
GO
. . . . .
. . . .
. .
. .
. .
. .
left
NOTE! For information about first-time installation
of the motorised stand or base, refer to the
chapter ‘First-time setup of your television’ on
page 28.
right
store
GO
Set the time and date
If your television is equipped with the
optional Master Link module, you can
enter settings for the built-in clock.
When you preset your television to
switch itself on or off at a particular
time, or when you preset a timed
recording of a programme on a
connected BeoCord V 8000 video
tape recorder, the clock ensures that
these features are switched on and
off at the right times.
The simplest way to set the clock is to
synchronise it with a tuned TV
program’s teletext service via the
CLOCK menu. If you choose to
synchronise the clock, this is done
with the teletext service offered by
the TV program you are currently
watching. If a teletext service is not
available, you can set the clock
manually.
37
Before synchronising the clock with a tuned
program, make sure that the program you are
watching offers a teletext service.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press ▼ to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press ▼ to highlight CLOCK.
> Press GO to bring up the CLOCK menu.
> Press ss or tt to see your choices for each item.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to move through menu items. It is
only necessary to enter the time manually if
SYNCHRONISE is set to NO.
> Press GO to store your clock and calendar
options, or…
> …press EXIT to exit all menus without storing.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CLOCK
back
GO
select BEOLINK
MENU LANGUAGE
TIME
DATE
MONTH
back
select
GO
CLOCK
TIME
20:00
DATE
23
MONTH
APR
YEAR
2001
SYNCHRONISE
YES
store
If your television is not equipped with
the optional Master Link module, you
can still call the clock up on the
screen, provided you are watching a
program that includes a teletext
service.
Abbreviations for months
Jan… January
Jul…
Feb… February
Aug…
Mar… March
Sep…
Apr… April
Oct…
May… May
Nov…
Jun… June
Dec…
To bring up the clock on the screen, press LIST
repeatedly to display CLOCK* on Beo4, then
press GO. To remove the clock again, repeat
the procedure.
If the clock is not updated in the transition
between summer and winter time, simply select
the program with which you originally
synchronised the clock, and the clock is updated.
GO
July
August
September
October
November
December
Abbreviations for days of the week
M…
Monday
T…
Tuesday
W…
Wednesday
T…
Thursday
F…
Friday
S…
Saturday
S…
Sunday
*NOTE! In order to display CLOCK on Beo4, you
must first add it to the Beo4 list of functions. For
further information, refer to the chapter
‘Customise Beo4‘ on the CD-rom.
Adjust picture and sound settings
38
Picture and sound settings are preset
from the factory to neutral values
which suit most viewing and listening
situations. However, if you wish, you
can adjust these settings to your
liking.
Change brightness, colour or
contrast
Adjust the picture settings via the PICTURE
menu. Temporary settings are cancelled when
you switch off the television.
Adjust picture brightness, colour or
contrast. Sound settings include
balance, bass, treble and loudness.
Store your picture and sound settings
temporarily – until your television is
switched off – or store them
permanently.
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
For further information about how to
change the picture format, refer to
the chapter ‘Adjust sound and picture
format’ on page 10.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press ▼ to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press ▼ to highlight PICTURE.
> Press GO to bring up the PICTURE menu.
BRIGHTNESS is already highlighted.
> Press ss or tt to adjust BRIGHTNESS.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to move through menu items.
> Press ss or tt to adjust the values.
> Press EXIT to store your settings until you switch
off the television, or…
> …press GO to store your settings permanently.
TV SETUP
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CLOCK
back
GO
select BEOLINK
MENU LANGUAGE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOUR
back
select
GO
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
........
CONTRAST
........
COLOUR
........
TINT
........
store
GO
For video sources using the NTSC signal, a fourth
option – Tint (colour shade or nuance) – is
available for adjustment.
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Change balance, bass, treble, or
loudness
You can adjust sound volume, select a speaker
mode or adjust the speaker balance directly
on the Beo4 remote control at any time
without calling up a menu, but you must
bring up the SOUND menu to be able to
adjust bass, treble, or loudness.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press ▼ to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press ▼ to highlight SOUND.
> Press GO to bring up the SOUND menu.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to select an item to adjust.
> Press ss or tt to adjust the values or choose a
setting.
> Press ▲ or ▼ to move through menu items.
> Press EXIT to store your settings until you switch
off the television.
> Press GO to store your settings permanently.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CLOCK
back
GO
select BEOLINK
MENU LANGUAGE
CENTRE
BALANCE
BASS
back
select
GO
SOUND
CENTRE
........
BALANCE
........
BASS
........
TREBLE
........
LOUDNESS
YES
DEFAULT
SPEAKER1
store
GO
Note that CENTRE, LOUDNESS and DEFAULT are
available only if you connect loudspeakers to the
television. However, if you also connect
headphones to the television via the close-up
socket panel, these options are not available.
Choose menu language
40
The menu language you choose
during the first-time setup of your
television can be changed at any
time.
Once a menu language is chosen, all
menus and display messages are
shown in this language.
You can select the language for on-screen
menus via the TV SETUP menu. The text on
the screen changes as you move from
language to language.
> Press TV to switch on the television.
> Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu
and press ▼ to highlight OPTIONS.
> Press GO to bring up the OPTIONS menu and
press ▼ to highlight MENU LANGUAGE.
> Press GO to bring up the MENU LANGUAGE
menu.
> Use ▼ and ▲ to move to your language choice.
> Press GO to make your choice.
> Press ▲ to back up through previous menus or
press EXIT to exit all menus directly.
TV SETUP
PROGRAM GROUPS
TUNING
TIMER RECORDING
PLAY TIMER
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
STAND POSITIONS
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CONNECTIONS
SOUND
PICTURE
CLOCK
back
GO
select BEOLINK
MENU LANGUAGE
DANSK
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
back
select
GO
MENU LANGUAGE
DANSK
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
FRANÇAIS
ITALIANO
NEDERLANDS
SVENSKA
select
accept
GO
Placement, connections and maintenance
In this chapter, you can find out how
to place, connect and maintain your
television. It also gives you an
overview of the socket panels.
We recommend that you follow the
procedure described below when
you set up your television:
– Unpack and place the television
– Consider the appropriate
surroundings for your television
– Connect the cables, additional
equipment, and speakers
– Attach the speaker cover.
Set up your television, 42
• Handling your television
• Place your television in your home
• Complete connections
Socket panels, 44
• AV and aerial socket panel
Close-up socket panel, 45
•
•
•
•
The close-up socket panel
Switch the mains on or off
Watch Camcorder on your television
Copy from a Camcorder
This procedure is described in greater
detail on the following pages.
Maintenance of your television, 46
•
•
•
•
Cleaning cabinet surfaces
About the contrast screen
Cleaning the Beo4
Changing the Beo4 batteries
41
Set up your television
42
For information about how to fasten
and run the cables on the rear of the
television, refer to the opposite page.
For further information about the
close-up socket panel, refer to page
45.
Handling your television
Due to the weight of the television, any
moving/lifting of the television should always
be done by two persons.
The television has two recesses for lifting the
system. The illustration to the right shows the
placement of each recess.
Avoid placing your television in direct sunlight or
direct artificial light, such as a spotlight, as this
may reduce the sensitivity of the remote control
receiver.
Make sure that the television is set up, placed and
connected in accordance with this Guide.
A
A
When lifting and moving the television, grip the
recess (A) with one hand while steadying the
television with the other hand at the top corner of
the speaker. When lifting the television onto its
stand (optional accessory) take care not to tilt the
television while lowering it onto the guide pin on
the stand.
The television is developed for indoor use in dry,
domestic environments only, and for use within a
temperature range of 10–40°C (50–105°F).
Do not place any items on top of the television.
Always place your television on a firm and stable
surface. If placed on a soft, heavy carpet, it must
be duly protected against overturning.
If your television is placed on a Bang & Olufsen
stand with castors, it must always be moved with
the utmost caution. Special care must be taken
when the television on its stand is moved over
uneven surfaces or obstacles, such as a carpet or
cable on the floor.
Attaching the speaker cover: Gripping the
corners of the screen frame with your fingers,
push it inward with your palms until the speaker
cover clicks into place. Check all the contact points
to ensure that the cover is securely in place.
Do not attempt to open the television. Leave such
operations to qualified service personnel.
If you have a motorised stand or base, leave
enough space around the television to allow it to
turn freely. The television can also be turned by
hand.
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1 Loudspeaker and digital input socket panel
2 AV and aerial socket panel
3 Close-up socket panel
Connections
When you set the television up on its own,
simply connect the aerial and connect the
television to the mains.
However, if you are going to connect
speakers, an audio system or any other
equipment to the television, do not connect it
to the mains yet!
For more information about how to connect
equipment, refer to the chapter ‘Socket panels’
on page 44.
1
3
2
When connections are complete and the cords
have been secured as described on this page,
switch on the mains switch on the front of the
television. A tiny, red light appears below the
screen. The system is in standby mode and
ready to be used. If your television is set up
on its own, you can now tune in programs as
explained in the chapter ‘First-time setup of
your television’ on page 28.
BeoVision 3
If your television is equipped with the built-in
system modulator, you will notice that the TV
socket shown in the illustration is occupied, and
that there is a second, unoccupied TV socket
located just below a socket marked LINK. Connect
your external TV aerial to this TV socket instead.
Your television was designed to be left in
standby mode when not in use. Therefore, to
facilitate remote control operation, it is
essential that you leave the mains switch on
(indicated by the red standby light on the
front).
IMPORTANT! You must fasten the mains cord to
the television using the cable brackets (A) and
cable band (B). If this is not done, the cord can be
tugged free of the socket.
A
B
Mains switch
Standby indicator
The supplied mains cord and plug are specially
designed for the television, and should be
handled with care. Avoid bending, twisting or
subjecting the cords to pressure or impact. If you
change the plug or in any way damage the mains
cord, it will affect the TV picture adversely!
Socket panels
The V.TAPE and AV sockets are
available for connection of extra
equipment.
Any equipment you connect to these
sockets must be registered in the
CONNECTIONS menu. For further
information, refer to the chapter
’Register extra equipment before
auto-tuning’ on page 29.
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
Speaker and digital input socket panel
These sockets are only available if your
television has a built-in surround sound
module. For more information, refer to the
chapter ‘Loudspeaker setup – surround sound’
on the CD-rom.
FRONT
REAR
The socket panel on your television
allows you to connect signal input
cables as well as a variety of extra
equipment, such as a video tape
recorder or a linked Bang & Olufsen
music system.
STAND
FRONT
REAR SUBWOOFER
44
V.TAPE
21-pin socket for the connection of a BeoCord
V 8000 video tape recorder, a set-top box, a
primary decoder or another video tape recorder.
You can also connect other types of extra
equipment.
AV
MASTER LINK
AV
21-pin socket for the AV connection of other
equipment, such as a DVD player, a set-top box or
a second decoder.
TV
MASTER LINK
Socket for connection of a compatible Bang &
Olufsen music system. This socket is only
functional if your television is equipped with the
Master Link module.
The socket is also used for BeoLink distribution of
sound throughout the house.
LINK TV
Aerial output socket for distribution of video
signals to other rooms. Only available if your
television is equipped with the built-in system
modulator.
POWER LINK
LINK TV
IR-OUT
The socket may be used for an AV 2 Expander
instead, which gives the opportunity to connect a
decoder or other non-Bang & Olufsen video
equipment at the same time.
STAND
For connection of a motorised stand or base.
V. TAPE
TV
Aerial input socket from your external aerial or
cable TV network. If your television is equipped
with the built-in system modulator, connect your
external aerial to the socket marked LINK TV.
POWER LINK
For connection of external Bang & Olufsen
loudspeakers.
IR-OUT
For connection of a set-top box.
~
Connection to the mains.
Close-up socket panel
The television’s close-up socket panel
is located on the front of the
television, below the screen.
You can connect headphones and
listen to a TV programme, or you can
connect a Camcorder and watch your
home movies on the television. If you
have connected a BeoCord V 8000
video tape recorder, you can copy
Camcorder recordings onto a
videotape.
The close-up socket panel
VIDEO
R
L
PHONES
Video R – L
These sockets are for the connection of a
Camcorder:
VIDEO:
For the video signal.
R – L:
For audio connection (left and right
sound channel respectively).
PHONES
You can connect stereo headphones to the socket
marked PHONES. The television speakers are
muted when headphones are connected and
activated again when the headphones are
disconnected.
Watch Camcorder on your television
To watch your Camcorder recordings, connect
the Camcorder and switch the television on.
When you start playback on your Camcorder,
the television automatically registers the
signal and you can see the pictures from the
Camcorder on the screen.
To watch Camcorder recordings…
> Connect your Camcorder and start playback on
the Camcorder.
> Press TV to switch on the television. The
Camcorder signal appears automatically.
If the signal from the Camcorder is switched
off…
> Press LIST repeatedly to display CAMCORD on
Beo4 and press GO.
In order to display CAMCORD on Beo4, you must
first add it to the Beo4 list of functions. For further
information, refer to the chapter ‘Customise Beo4’
on the CD-rom.
45
Copy from a Camcorder
If you have connected a video tape recorder,
such as a BeoCord V 8000, to your television,
and you connect your Camcorder to the
close-up socket panel, you can copy
Camcorder recordings onto a videotape.
To copy a recording from a Camcorder…
> Connect your Camcorder and start playback on
the Camcorder.
> Press RECORD twice to start recording.
Choosing another source or switching off the
television during recording from a Camcorder
disrupts recording. It is not possible to view TV
programs during recording.
Maintenance of your television
46
Regular maintenance, such as
cleaning the television, is the
responsibility of the user. To achieve
the best result, follow the
instructions to the right. Contact
your Bang & Olufsen retailer to
determine recommendations for
regular maintenance.
Any defective parts are covered by
the guarantee during the warranty
period.
Cleaning cabinet surfaces
Wipe dust off the surfaces using a dry, soft
cloth. Remove grease stains or persistent dirt
with a soft, lint-free, firmly wrung cloth,
dipped in a solution of water containing only
a few drops of mild detergent, such as
washing-up liquid.
Never use alcohol or other solvents to clean
any part of the television!
About the contrast screen
To clean the picture screen, use a mild window
cleaning fluid. To retain the optimum
performance of the screen, make sure that no
streaks or traces of the cleaning fluid are left
on the screen.
To avoid soiling the speaker cover when you
clean the television screen, we recommend
that you remove the speaker cover
beforehand.
Speaker cover cleaning instructions…
> Dissolve 25 grams of detergent without optical
whitening/brightening and bleaching agent into
1 litre of hand warm water (40ºC).
> Apply the soap solution onto the speaker cover
with a soft sponge.
> The speaker cover must be soaked completely
with the soap solution.
> Leave the soap solution on the speaker cover for
approximately half an hour and then rinse it
thoroughly under running water.
> Let the speaker cover dry on a flat and plane
surface. Make sure the speaker cover is placed
front side down when drying.
NOTE! If the front screen glass should crack or chip,
or if it should be damaged in any way, it must be
replaced immediately, as it could otherwise cause
injury. You can order replacement front screen glass
from your Bang & Olufsen retailer.
To remove the speaker cover: Gripping the top
corners of the cover with your fingers, push
inward on the screen with your thumbs until the
speaker cover clicks free of the screen. Repeat the
procedure with the lower corners of the cover, if
necessary.
To mount the speaker cover: Gripping the
corners of the speaker cover frame with your
fingers, push it inward with your palms until the
speaker cover clicks into place. Check all the
contact points to ensure that the cover is securely
in place.
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Cleaning the Beo4
2
Wipe the Beo4 remote control with a soft,
lint-free, firmly wrung cloth.
1
Changing the Beo4 batteries
When BATTERY appears in the Beo4 display, it
is time to change the batteries in the remote
control.
The Beo4 requires three batteries. We
recommend that you use Alkaline batteries
only (1.5 volt – size AAA). Replace the
batteries as shown on this page. Keep a finger
on top of the batteries until the lid is
replaced.
3
2
When you have replaced the batteries, you
must wait about 10 seconds until TV appears
in the display. The Beo4 remote control is
then ready for use.
1
Index
48
Beo4 remote control
Connections
Language
Changing the Beo4 batteries, 47
Cleaning the Beo4, 47
Customise Beo4, CD-rom p. 23
Introducing BeoVision 3 and Beo4, 4
Aerial and mains connection, 43
Audio system – connect to the television,
CD-rom p. 9
AV socket panel, 44
BeoCord V 8000 video tape recorder,
CD-rom p. 6
Close-up socket panel, 45
Connections – your television in a link room,
CD-rom p. 13
Decoder, CD-rom p. 3
DVD 1, CD-rom p. 5
Headphones, 45
Link connections, CD-rom p. 11
Loudspeakers, CD-rom p. 16
Register additional video equipment,
CD-rom p. 7
Set-top box, CD-rom p. 4
Speaker and digital input socket panel, 44
What’s on the CONNECTIONS menu,
CD-rom p. 30
Change sound type or language, 10
Choose menu language, 40
First-time setup – choose menu language, 28
What’s on the MENU LANGUAGE menu,
CD-rom p. 31
BeoLink
Connections – television in a link room,
CD-rom p. 13
Distribute sound and picture with BeoLink,
CD-rom p. 11
Link connections, CD-rom p. 11
Link frequency, CD-rom p. 12
Link room operation, CD-rom p. 14
Master Link socket, 44
Option setting – television in a link room,
CD-rom p. 13
System modulator, CD-rom p. 12
What’s on the LINK FREQUENCY menu,
CD-rom p. 28
What’s on the MODULATOR SETUP menu,
CD-rom p. 28
Your television in a link room, CD-rom p. 13
Contact
Loudspeakers
Calibrate the sound level, CD-rom p. 19
Change loudspeaker balance or combination,
11
Choose a speaker combination, CD-rom p. 21
Connect loudspeakers, CD-rom p. 17
Loudspeaker and digital input socket panel,
44
Loudspeaker setup – surround sound,
CD-rom p. 16
Place external loudspeakers, CD-rom p. 16
See the name of the active sound system,
CD-rom p. 22
Set loudspeaker distance, CD-rom p. 18
Sound adjustments, CD-rom p. 20
Contact Bang & Olufsen, 50
Maintenance
Camcorder
Decoder
Camcorder connection – close-up socket
panel, 45
Watch Camcorder on your television, 45
Copy from a Camcorder, 45
AV socket panel, 44
Connect a decoder, CD-rom p. 3
About the contrast screen, 46
Changing the Beo4 batteries, 47
Cleaning cabinet surfaces, 46
Cleaning the Beo4, 47
Set up your television, 42
Displays and menus
Clock
Set the time and date, 37
What’s on the CLOCK menu, CD-rom p. 31
Master Link
Displayed information and menus, 5
On-screen menus, CD-rom p. 25
Groups
Create Groups, 14
Move programs within a Group, 15
Select programs in a Group, 14
What’s on the PROGRAM GROUPS menu,
CD-rom p. 26
Headphones
Connect to close-up socket panel, 45
AV socket panel, 44
Connect and operate an audio system,
CD-rom p. 9
Distribute sound and picture with BeoLink,
CD-rom p. 11
Your television in a link room, CD-rom p. 13
Picture
Adjust brightness, colour or contrast, 38
Adjust picture format, 11
What’s on the PICTURE menu, CD-rom p. 31
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Pincode
Stand
TV programs
Activate the pincode system, 20
Change or delete your pincode, 20
Use your pincode, 21
If you have forgotten your pincode, 21
Determine the centre position – first-time
setup, 29
Set positions for the television to turn to, 36
Turn the television, 9
What’s on the STAND POSITIONS menu,
CD-rom p. 30
Add new TV programs, 35
Adjust tuned programs, 33
Auto-tuning – first-time setup of your
television, 28
Bring up a TV list, 8
Delete tuned programs, 32
Move tuned programs, 30
Name tuned programs, 31
Re-tune via automatic tuning, 34
Select a TV program, 8
What’s on the ADD PROGRAMS menu, CD-rom
p. 26
What’s on the AUTO TUNING menu, CD-rom
p. 27
What’s on the EDIT PROGRAMS menu, CD-rom
p. 26
What’s on the extra TV MANUAL TUNING
menu, CD-rom p. 27
What’s on the first TV MANUAL TUNING
menu, CD-rom p. 27
What’s on the PROGRAM GROUPS menu,
CD-rom p. 26
Placement
Set up your television, 42
Subtitles
Subtitles from teletext, 12
Position of television
Set positions for the television to turn to, 36
Turn the television, 9
What’s on the STAND POSITIONS menu,
CD-rom p. 30
Teletext
Basic teletext functions, 12
Day-to-day use of MEMO pages, 13
Store favourite teletext pages, 13
Timed recording via teletext, 24
Set-top box
Connect a set-top box, CD-rom p. 3
Set-Top Box Controller menu, 22
Universal Beo4 operation, 23
Use the set-top box in a link room, 23
Use the set-top box’s own menu, 23
Socket panels
AV socket panel, 44
Close-up socket panel, 45
Loudspeaker and digital input socket panel,
44
Sound
Adjust or mute the sound, 10
Change balance, bass, treble, or loudness, 39
Change sound type or language, 10
Change speaker balance or combination, 11
Loudspeaker setup – surround sound, CD-rom
p. 16–22
What’s on the SOUND ADJUSTMENT menu,
CD-rom p. 30
What’s on the SOUND SYSTEM menu, CD-rom
p. 33
What’s on the SPEAKER DISTANCE menu,
CD-rom p. 32
What’s on the SPEAKER LEVEL menu, CD-rom
p. 33
What’s on the SPEAKER TYPE menu, CD-rom
p. 32
Timer
Make your television start and stop
automatically, 18
Set the time and date, 37
Timed play and timed standby, 18
Timed recording via teletext, 24
View, edit or delete a Timer, 19
Tune
Add new TV programs, 35
Adjust tuned programs, 33
Auto-tuning – first-time setup of your
television, 28
Delete tuned programs, 32
Move tuned programs, 30
Name tuned programs, 31
Re-tune via automatic tuning, 34
What’s on the ADD PROGRAMS menu, CD-rom
p. 26
What’s on the AUTO TUNING menu, CD-rom
p. 27
What’s on the first TV MANUAL TUNING
menu, CD-rom p. 27
What’s on the extra TV MANUAL TUNING
menu, CD-rom p. 27
Video tape recorder – BeoCord
V 8000
Check the recordings already set, 25
If you have a BeoCord V 8000…, 24
Play and search through a tape, 24
Record via on-screen menu, 25
Timed recording via teletext, 24
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