26+ Users Manual 20070214.indd

32” HD Widescreen LCD Television
3211-TLXB
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FCC
Federal Communications
Commission Statement
1. Reorient/Relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit which is different from what the receiver is
connected to.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer
responsible for compliance could void the user authority to operate the
equipment.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
Warnings and Precautions
Warnings and Precautions
To prevent any injuries, the following safety precautions should be observed in the installation, use,
servicing and maintenance of this equipment.
Before operating this equipment, please read this manual completely, and keep it nearby for future
reference.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to avoid the risk of electric shock.
This equipment must not be disassembled by anyone except qualified service personnel.
WARNING
CAUTION
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this equipment to rain or moisture.
▪
▪
▪
▪
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Important Safety Instructions
This symbol indicates caution points.
This symbol indicates actions that should not be done.
This symbol indicates actions that must be performed.
▪ Do not place the equipment on any uneven or unstable carts, stands, tables, shelves etc.
The equipment may fall, causing serious injury to children or adults and serious damage to
the equipment itself.
▪ Use only a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer. This equipment and
recommended cart or stand should be handled with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and
uneven surfaces may cause the equipment and cart/stand to overturn.
▪ Do not disable the 3-wire grounding type plug. The grounding pin on the 3-prong plug is an
important feature. Removing the grounding pin will increase the risk of damaging the
equipment.
▪ If you can not fit the plug into the electrical outlet, contact an electrician to install a grounding
outlet.
▪ Always operate this equipment from the type of power source indicated on the rear of the
serial/model plate.
▪ Never overload wall outlets and extensions.
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Warnings and Precautions
▪ Use and handle the power cord with care. Do not place any heavy objects on the AC
power cord.
▪ Do not touch the power cord and antenna cable during lightning.
▪ Remove the plug from the wall outlet, if the equipment will not be used for a long period
of time.
▪
Do not place, use or handle this equipment near water.
▪
Never expose the equipment to liquid, rain, or moisture.
Seek for service if any of the above is spilled into the equipment.
▪
Do not expose the equipment to extreme temperature or to direct sunlight, as the
equipment may heat up and suffer damage.
▪
Do not install the equipment near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or any other apparatus that might produce heat.
▪
Do not attempt to service the equipment yourself.
▪
Opening and removing the covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other
hazards and may void your warranty. Refer service to qualified personnel.
▪
Do not place or drop any other objects on top.
▪
Do not insert anything into the ventilation holes of your equipment.
Inserting any metal or flammable objects may result to fire or electric shock.
▪
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinchrd particularly at plugs ,convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
▪
Do not place the equipment on uneven or unstable carts, stands, tables, shelves etc. The
equipment may fall, causing serious injury to children or adults and serious damage to
the equipment itself.
Always place the equipment on the floor or on a surface that is sturdy, level, stable and
strong enough to support the weight of the equipment.
▪
Do not block any ventilating openings. Leave an open space around the equipment.
Never place the equipment :
on a bed, sofa, rug, or any other similar surfaces; too close to drapes/curtains/walls, in a
bookcase, built-in cabinet, or any other similar places that may cause poor ventilation.
▪
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
▪
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
▪
Always remove the power cord from the outlet before cleaning the equipment.
▪
Never use liquid or aerosol cleaners on the equipment.
Clean only with a soft dry cloth.
▪
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
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▪ Do not pull the AC power cord. Do not handle the AC power cord with a wet hand.
Warnings and Precautions
Outdoor Antenna Safety Instructions
If an outdoor antenna is connected, follow the precautions below:
▪ An outdoor antenna should not be located in any area where it could come in contact with
overhead power lines, or any other electric light or power circuits.
▪
When installing an outdoor antenna system, extreme caution should be taken to prevent
contact with power lines. Direct contact with power lines may be fatal and should be avoided
at all costs.
Section 810 of National Electrical Code (NEC) provides information with respect to proper grounding of the
mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding
conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for
the grounding electrode.
Antenna lead-in wire
Ground clamps
Antenna discharge unit
(NEC section 810-20)
Electric service
equipment
Grounding conductors
(NEC section 810-20)
Ground clamps
Power service grounding
(NEC Art250 part H)
NEC : National Electrical code
EXAMPLE OF OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Warnings and Precautions
Important Safety Instructions ....................................................................................... 4
Antenna Safety Instructions ......................................................................................... 6
Chapter 1 Introducing the LCD TV
Key Features ............................................................................................................... 8
Package Contents ....................................................................................................... 9
Setting Up Your LCD TV .............................................................................................11
Your LCD TV .............................................................................................................. 13
Your Remote Control ................................................................................................. 15
Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Connecting a TV Cable or an Antenna ...................................................................... 17
Connecting a VCR ..................................................................................................... 22
Connecting a Video Camera or Game Console ........................................................ 23
Connecting a DVD Player .......................................................................................... 24
Connecting a Digital TV Cable Box or Digital Satellite Receiver ............................... 26
Connecting an AV Equipment with HDMI Connector ................................................. 27
Connecting an AV Equipment with DVI Connector .................................................... 28
Connecting a PC........................................................................................................ 29
Connecting an Audio Receiver or a Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound System........................ 30
Chapter 3 USING THE FEATURES
Wide Screen Viewing...................................................................................................................................31
Operating the Menu .....................................................................................................................................32
Customizing the VIDEO Settings...........................................................................................................34
Customizing the AUDIO Settings...........................................................................................................36
Customizing the TV Settings....................................................................................................................38
Customizing the SETUP Settings .........................................................................................................40
Using the Program Block Settings ........................................................................................................43
Using the Program Guide ..........................................................................................................................48
Specifications ........................................................................................................ 49
Programming your Remote Control......................................................... 50
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Federal Communications Commission Statement .......................... 3
Chapter 1 Introducing the LCD TV
Chapter 1
Introducing the LCD TV
Key Features
Various Audio/Video terminals for external equipment connection
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2 sets of composite A/V input terminals
1 set of S-VIDEO terminals
2 sets of component Video input terminals
1 VGA/ Audio input terminals
2 HDMI/Audio input terminals
1 set of Audio(L/R) output terminals
2 SPDIF output terminals (Optical x 1 /Coaxial x 1)
1 Headphone terminal
The built-in TV tuner to receive HD ATSC
▪ This function allows the reception of HD broadcasting without the addition of a set top
box.
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
▪ High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a small, user-friendly interconnect that
can carry up to 5 Gbps of combined video and audio in a single cable. This system
eliminates the cost, complexity and confusion of multiple cables used to connect
current A/V systems.
HDTV Component Video Inputs
▪ Offers the best video quality for DVD(1080i, 720p) and digital set-top-box (1080i, 720p)
connections.
3D Digital Noise Reduction
▪ This function can digitally reduce image noise to provide better picture quality.
Film-Mode Detection (3:2 Reverse Pull Down)
▪ This function can automatically detect content derived from film and adjust the
interlacer’s frame matching to provide a more natural-looking, clearer image of the
moving picture.
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Package Contents
LCD TV
Bottom Stand /
Screw Driver and Screws 4
Remote Control/
AAA Batteries x 2
VIDEO Cable
Component Cable
Power Cord
AUDIO Cable
Warranty Card
User’s Manual
Quick Start Guide
Stand Assembly Guide
Remote control Guide
SET UP
CAB/
SAT
TV
DVD
AUX
SLEEP
DVD MENU
VOL
MUTE
CH
ASPECT
PAGE
LAST
LIVE TV
GUIDE
PIP
MENU
OK
INFO
CC
EXIT
DVR
1
4
2
ABC
5
GHI
JKL
7
8
3
DEF
6
MNO
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
INPUT
0
ENTER
.
These items are all you need to set up and operate the LCD TV in its basic configuration.
Make sure all of the above contents are included in the package. If you are missing
any items, please contact the Polaroid customer service department.
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Make sure all of the following contents are included.
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Setting Up Your LCD TV
How to install the TV Stand
Read all instructions before continuing with the stand installation.
Attach the Stand the TV with the bottom foam packaging material still
attached.
a.
b.
Lift foam packaging material from the top of the LCD out of the box.
Lift LCD out of the box, with the bottom foam packaging material still attached, and place
onto a stable surface.
a
b
Protective bag
Stand
c.
d.
Shipping box
Table
Remove protective bag from LCD unit, but DO NOT remove the bottom foam packaging
material from the TV.
Locate the place on the back of the TV to attach the stand. Secure the stand to the LCD
with all four screws.
Unit
c
Table
Stand
Packaging material
d
Unit
Table
Screws
Stand
Packaging material
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How to remove the TV Stand
If you prefer to mount your new Polaroid TV on a wall instead of attaching it to the stand, please
reference the instructions included in the wall mounting kit (sold separately).
To prevent damaging the surface of the LCD TV, place the TV on a soft cloth.
Soft cloth
Remove the screws of the table stand and detach the table stand from the TV.
Soft cloth
Table stand
Align the holes on the wall mounting hook units with the corresponding holes on the rear
of the TV and fasten four screws.
4 screws (supplied
with the wall mount
kit)
Wall mounting hook
unit (supplied with the
wall mount kit)
Soft cloth
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Verify your TV’s model and be sure to use the wall mounting kit specified
for your TV model only. Contact a qualified technician for assistance when
installing the wall mounting kit.
Chapter 1 Introducing the LCD TV
How to setup the TV
Use a supplied antenna cable to connect the VHF/UHF signal to the LCD TV’s ANT. terminal
(refer to page15-17).
Connect the AC power cord at the back of the TV and connect the power cord to wall outlet.
Insert the 2 batteries supplied in remote control.
Step1
Slide the back cover up to open the
battery compartment of the remote
control.
Step2
Insert two AAA size batteries.
Make sure to match the (+) and
( - ) ends of the batteries with
the (+) and ( - ) ends indicated
in the battery compartment.
Slide the cover back into place.
Do not use caustic cleaners (porcelain, stainless steel, toilet, or oven cleaner etc.) on the
remote, as it may suffer damage.
Connect other an external AV device (refer to page19-27).
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Your LCD TV
Front/Right Side View and Controls
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LED
The LED light indicates when the LCD TV is
activated.
IR
Infrared
Receiver
VOLUME+Adjusts the volume up and down.
Selects the main-menu item and change
values for items when in the OSD mode.
VIDEO1 IN
VIDEO
Connects to the composite
Video and Audio output jacks
on external video equipment.
L
CHANNEL▲▼
Scans up and down through channels.
Selects sub-menu item when in the OSD
mode.
MENU
Press once to display the OSD (on screen
display), press again to turn the OSD off.
INPUT
Chooses from different input signal sources.
Turns the LCD TV on and into standby mode.
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R
VIDEO1 IN
HEADPHONE
Connects to the external
headphone for private
listening.
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Rear View and Jacks
VIDEO2 IN
Connects to the composite VIDEO and AUDIO(L/R) output jacks on external video equipment.
HDMI1 IN/HDMI2 IN
Connects the all digital AV equipment with HDMI connector.HDMI supports enhanced,
high-definition video and two-channel digital audio. The AUDIO(L/R) of HDMI IN is for
DVI connection.
S-VIDEO IN
Connects to the S-VIDEO and AUDIO(L/R) output jacks on external
video equipment.
VGA IN
Connects the PC, or other AV equipment with VGA and
AUDIO(L/R) output jacks.
HDMI 2 IN
VGA IN
HDMI 1 IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr1 IN
AUDIO
L
AUDIO
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
R
AUDIO
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
HDTV/TV
Air/CABLE
L
COAXIAL
Pr
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
VIDEO2 IN
R
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
L
YPbPr2 IN
R
R
AUDIO
YPbPr1 IN/YPbPr2 IN
Connects to the DVD player, Digital Set-Top-Box, or other AV
equipment with component(YPbPr) video and audio output jacks.
AUDIO OUT-STEREO
Connects to the AUDIO(L/R) input jacks on AV equipment.
AUDIO OUT-DIGITAL-OPTICAL/COAXIAL
Connects to the DIGITAL AUDIO jack on the digital/standard 5.1
audio system.
TV CABLE/AIR
Connects RF input from VHF/UHF antenna or cable
to receive high/standard definition television.
AC IN
Connects to the AC power cord.
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Your Remote Control
Turns the LCD TV on and off
SET UP
CAB/
SAT
TV
DVD
AUX
SET UP
Remote control universal code setup.
For more information on setting up your
remote control, please see the
“Programming Your Remote Control”
section(refer to page47)
TV
Controls this LCD TV
CAB/SAT
Controls Cable Converter or Satellite
Receiver
DVD
Controls DVD player or Video player
AUX
Controls Audio Amplifier
SLEEP
Cycles through the LCD TV sleep time:
OFF/30/60/90/120 mins
SLEEP
DVD MENU
VOL
MUTE
CH
ASPECT
PAGE
LAST
LIVE TV
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GUIDE
PIP
MENU
OK
10
►
INFO
CC
Other device function keys
EXIT
DVR
1
4
GHI
7
2
ABC
5
JKL
8
3
DEF
Increases and decreases volume
CH▲▼
Change channel up and down
ASPECT
Cycles through Wide mode settings:
NORMAL/FULL/WIDE/ZOOM
6
MNO
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
INPUT
0
ENTER
.
VOL+-
9 MUTE
Pressing once mutes audio. Pressing
again restores audio
10 LAST
Returns to previously selected channel
11 GUIDE
In TV mode, pressing GUIDE displays
the Program Guide on the screen
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This package includes a Polaroid remote that enables control of up to four devices.
To select a device, simply select one of the following device mode controls: TV, CBL/SAT, DVD/VCR,
or AUDIO.
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PIP
PIP function is not available. Only for
other devices function.
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MENU
Displays the OSD menu on the
screen.
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◄ ►▲▼,OK Cycles through OSD options and selects
SET UP
CAB/
SAT
TV
DVD
AUX
SLEEP
DVD MENU
individual menu items. OK confirms option
settings
OK
VOL
MUTE
CH
ASPECT
PAGE
INFO
1
19
Displays information on the LCD TV
screen such as input source, channel,
program title.
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CC
Cycles through the Closed Caption:
Analog Closed Caption:OFF/CC1/
CC2/CC3/CC4/Text1/Text2/Text3/
Test4
Digital Closed Caption:
Service1/Service2/Service3/Service4/
Service5/Service6/OFF
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EXIT
Exits the OSD menu
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0-9/ENTER
Pressing a number selects a channel.
Following selection, pressing ENTER
activates the channel, or channel
activates automatically in 3 seconds
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INPUT
Pressing INPUT to display a source list,
use ▲▼buttons to select the video
equipment connected to the video
inputs of your LCD TV: TV/VIDEO1/
VIDEO2/VIDEO3/VIDEO4/VIDEO5/
VIDEO6/VIDEO7/COMPUTER
▪
In TV mode, use with 0-9 and ENTER
buttons to select a digital channels
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MENU
13
CC
EXIT
DVR
16
18
INFO
OK
14
15
PIP
15
LAST
LIVE TV
GUIDE
4
2
ABC
5
GHI
JKL
7
8
17
3
DEF
6
MNO
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
INPUT
0
ENTER
.
In TV mode, pressing OK to display a
channel list
Effective range:
The remote can control the LCD TV from up to 5m away, if pointed directly at the receiver.
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Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Chapter 2
Installing the LCD TV
Connecting a TV Cable or an Antenna
Antenna Connection
The antenna requirements for good color TV reception are more important than those for a black &
white TV reception. For this reason, a good quality outdoor antenna is strongly recommended.
The following is a brief explanation of the type of connection that is provided with the various antenna
systems.
■ A 75-ohm system is generally a round cable (not included) with Ftype connector that can easily be attached to a terminal without
tools.
F-type connector
75-ohm coaxial cable (round)
■ A 300-ohm system is a flat twin-lead cable (not included) that can
be attached to a 75-ohm terminal through a 300-75-ohm adapter
(not included).
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Refer to the owner’s manual of any external equipment to be connected.
When connecting any external equipment, do not connect any AC power cords to wall outlets
until all other connections are completed.
Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Use one of the following two diagrams when connecting an outdoor antenna.
A: Shows how to use a VHF/UHF combination outdoor antenna.
B: Shows how to use a separate VHF and/or UHF outdoor antenna.
A. Combination VHF/UHF antenna
VHF/UHF
Antenna
300/75-ohm adapter
(not included)
VHF/UHF
Antenna
300-ohm twinlead cable
75-ohm
coaxial cable
B. Separate VHF and/or UHF antennas
UHF
Antenna
Combiner
300-ohm twin(not included)
lead cable
OUT
IN
75-ohm
coaxial cable
300-ohm twinlead cable
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VHF
Antenna
Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Cable TV (CATV) Connection
■ A 75-ohm coaxial cable connector is built into the set for easy hookup.
When connecting the 75-ohm coaxial cable to the set, connect the 75ohm cable into the ANT. terminal.
■ Some cable TV companies offer premium pay channels. Since the
signals of these premium pay channels are scrambled, a cable TV
converter/descrambler is generally provided to the subscriber by the
cable TV company.
This converter/descrambler is necessary for normal viewing of scrambled channels.
(Set your TV to channel 3 or 4, typically one of these channels is used. If this is unknown,
consult your cable TV company.)
For more specific instructions on installing cable TV, consult your cable TV company.
One possible method of connecting the converter/descrambler provided by your cable TV
company is shown in the diagram below.
RF switch
(not included)
OUT
VHF/UHF IN
2 set signal
splitter
(not included)
A
IN
B
Cable TV converter/
descrambler
(not included)
■ The RF switch (not included) is required to provide two inputs (A and B). Setting
the RF switch to position A allows viewing of all unscrambled channels by using
the TV channel keys.
■ Setting the RF switch to position B allows viewing of all scrambled channels via
the converter/descrambler by using the converter channel keys.
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This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the
National Electrical Code (NEC) that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular,
specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building
accurately, or as close to the point of cable entry as possible. Use of this TV for other than
private viewing of programs broadcasted on UHF, VHF or transmitted by cable companies for
the use of the general public may require authorization from the broadcast/cable company, and/
or program owner.
Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Use a supplied antenna cable to connect the TV signal to the LCD TV’s TV CABLE terminal.
HDTV/TV
Air/CABLE
VHF/UHF IN
Connect the AC power cord at the back of the TV and connect the power cord to wall outlet.
HDTV/TV
Air/CABLE
VHF/UHF IN
This TV is equipped with a safety fuse. In the event of an electrical storm or power outage
the safety fuse is designed to protect your TV. If your TV has no power, check the fuse by
prying the cover off, following the illustration below.
If the fuse is blown, visit your local hardware store and ask for a 4A 250V - 5x20mm Time
Lag Fuse (Slow Blow) to replace the fuse.
Firm Plastic Prying Tool
(Using a metal tool may cause shock)
4A 250V
5x20mm
Fuse
Back of TV
BE SURE TO UNPLUG AC POWER CORD BEFORE REMOVING THE FUSE.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
Always disconnect the LCD TV from the main voltage when the LCD TV will not
be used for a long period of time. The POWER button on the front panel is only
used for switching the LCD TV into standby, it does not disconnect the device
from the main voltage. To completely disconnect the main voltage, please
remove the power plug from the socket.
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Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
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Main
TV(CABLE/AIR)
VIDEO1 (SIDE)
VIDEO2 (REAR)
VIDEO3 (S-VIDEO)
VIDEO4 (YPbPr1)
VIDEO5 (YPbPr2)
VIDEO6 (HDMI1)
VIDEO7 (HDMI2)
COMPUTER(VGA)
Press the INPUT button on the remote to display the Input List. Use the ▲▼ buttons to
select TV and press the OK button.
Channel Scan
Tuner Mode
Channel Skip
Favorite List
Time Zone
TV
Cable
Eastern Time
Select
Exit
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the ◄►
buttons to select the TV.
Status: Scanning.....
Analog Channels: 25
Digital Channels: 0
Cable
47%
The Channel Scanning will create a list of receivable channels for the current
input (antenna or cable). You will be required to run Channel Scanning for each
RF input to create a list of available channels from both inputs.
Press the OK button to display the received channel list, then press ▲▼ to select a
channel. Or, use the ▪ (INPUT button) with 0-9 buttons to select digital channel( for
example 9.1)
Channel List
5-2 RF5-2
9-1 KQED-HD
9-2 KOED-SD
8 CCT
12
13
15
The digital main channel might include many subchannels (for example 9-1, 92..) that are showing program at the same time.
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Connecting a VCR
Rear of TV
HDMI 2 IN
VGA IN
HDMI 1 IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr1 IN
AUDIO
L
Y
AUDIO
R
L
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
HDTV/TV
Air/CABLE
L
COAXIAL
Pr
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
VIDEO2 IN
R
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
L
YPbPr2 IN
R
R
AUDIO
AUDIO Cable
S-VIDEO Cable
AV Cable
METHOD A:
Use a composite cable to connect the VCR’s composite video/audio jacks to the LCD TV’s
VIDEO2 IN jacks.
METHOD B:
Use an audio cable to connect the VCR’s audio output jacks to the LCD TV’s audio
inputs. Use a S-Video cable to connect the VCR’s s-video output jack to the LCD TV’s
S-VIDEO IN input jack.
Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
To watch a videotape, press the INPUT button on the remote to select
VIDEO2( METHOD A), or VIDEO3 (METHOD B). Turn on your VCR and follow the
instructions in your VCR’s manual.
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Connecting a Video Camera or Game console
Rear of TV
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Right Side
HDMI 2 IN
VGA IN
HDMI 1 IN
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO
YPbPr1 IN
AUDIO
Y
AUDIO
Pb
Pr
STEREO
AUDIO
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
L
L
R
L
R
L
Y
R
Pb
R
HDTV/TV
Air/CABLE
L
COAXIAL
Pr
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO1 IN
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
VIDEO2 IN
R
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
L
YPbPr2 IN
R
R
AUDIO
AUDIO Cable
or
S-VIDEO Cable
GAME CONSOLE
AV Cable
METHOD A:
Use a composite cable to connect the video camera’s or game console’s composite
video/audio jacks to the LCD TV’s VIDEO2 IN jacks or VIDEO1 IN jacks.
METHOD B:
Use an audio cable to connect the video camera’s or game console’s audio output
jacks to the LCD TV’s audio inputs. Use an S-Video cable to connect the video
camera’s or game console’s s-video output jack to the LCD TV’s S-VIDEO IN input
jack.
Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
To watch a video vis camera or game console, press the INPUT button on the remote
to select VIDEO2/VIDEO1( METHOD A), or VIDEO3 (METHOD B).
Not all cameras have the ability to connect to a TV. Please check your video camera
user guide for compatibility.
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Connecting a DVD Player
Rear of TV
HDMI 2 IN
VGA IN
HDMI 1 IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr1 IN
AUDIO
AUDIO
L
R
L
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
HDTV/TV
Air/CABLE
L
COAXIAL
Pr
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO2 IN
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
L
YPbPr2 IN
R
R
AUDIO
or
Pb
Pr
COMPONENT/AUDIO Cable
AUDIO Cable
S-VIDEO Cable
AV Cable
C
Pb
Pr
D V D PLA YER
METHOD A:
Use a composite cable to connect the DVD player’s composite video/audio jacks to the
LCD TV’s VIDEO2 IN jacks.
METHOD B:
Use an audio cable to connect the DVD player’s audio output jacks to the LCD TV’s
audio inputs. Use an S-Video cable to connect the DVD player’s s-video output jack
to the LCD TV’s S-VIDEO IN input jack.
METHOD C:
Use a component cable to connect the DVD player’s component output jacks to the LCD
TV’s YPbPr1 IN or YPbPr2 IN input jacks.
Use an audio cable to connect the DVD player’s component audio jacks to the LCD TV’s
audio input jacks.
The component video jacks on your DVD player are sometimes labeled
YPbPr, or YCbCr. For an explanation of component video, see your DVD
player’s user guide.
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Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
To watch a DVD, press the INPUT button on the remote to select
VIDEO2( METHOD A), or VIDEO3 ( METHOD B), or VIDEO4/VIDEO5 (METHOD C).
For best picture quality, if your equipment has component video output, use
a component cable instead of a composite video or S-video cable.
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Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Connecting a Digital TV Cable Box or Digital Satellite Receiver
Rear of TV
HDMI 2 IN
VGA IN
HDMI 1 IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr1 IN
AUDIO
AUDIO
L
R
L
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
HDTV/TV
Air/CABLE
L
COAXIAL
Pr
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO2 IN
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
L
YPbPr2 IN
Pb
R
R
AUDIO
Pr
COMPONENT/AUDIO Cable
Pb
Pr
Use a component cable to connect the satellite receiver’s/TV Cable Box’s component
(YPbPr1) output jacks to the LCD TV’s component input jacks.
Use an audio cable to connect the satellite receiver’s/TV Cable Box’s component audio
jacks to the LCD TV’s audio input jacks.
Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
To watch programs via satellite receiver or TV Cable Box, press the INPUT button on
the remote to select VIDEO4/VIDEO5.
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Connecting an AV Equipment with HDMI Connector
Rear of TV
ENGLISH
HDMI 2 IN
VGA IN
HDMI 1 IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr1 IN
AUDIO
L
Y
AUDIO
R
L
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
HDTV/TV
Air/CABLE
L
COAXIAL
Pr
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
VIDEO2 IN
R
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
L
YPbPr2 IN
R
R
AUDIO
HDMI Cable
AV EQUIPMENT
Use a HDMI cable to connect the AV equipment’s HDMI output jack to the LCD TV’s HDMI IN
jacks.
Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
Press the INPUT button on the remote to select VIDEO6 or VIDEO7.
The HDMI connector provides both video and audio signals, it’s not
necessary to connect the audio cable.
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Connecting an AV Equipment with DVI Connector
Rear of TV
HDMI 2 IN
VGA IN
HDMI 1 IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr1 IN
AUDIO
L
Y
AUDIO
R
L
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
HDTV/TV
Air/CABLE
L
COAXIAL
Pr
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
VIDEO2 IN
R
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
L
YPbPr2 IN
R
R
AUDIO
AUDIO Cable
AUD IO
L
HDMI-to-DVI Cable
R
DVI IN
AV EQUIPMENT
Use a HDMI-to-DVI cable to connect the AV equipment’s DVI output jack to the LCD TV’s
HDMI IN jacks.
Use an audio cable to connect the AV equipment’s audio output jacks to LCD TV’s HDMI
AUDIO jacks.
Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
Press the INPUT button on the remote to select VIDEO6 or VIDEO7.
If the LCD TV is connected to AV equipment’s DVI connector, you will need
an HDMI-to-DVI cable or an HDMI adapter(not suplied) and an audio cable.
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Connecting a PC
Rear of TV
ENGLISH
HDMI 2 IN
VGA IN
HDMI 1 IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr1 IN
AUDIO
L
Y
AUDIO
R
L
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
HDTV/TV
Air/CABLE
L
COAXIAL
Pr
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
VIDEO2 IN
R
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
L
YPbPr2 IN
R
R
AUDIO
AUDIO Cable
VGA Cable
PC
Use a D-SUB cable to connect the PC’s D-SUB output jack to the LCD TV’s VGA input
jack. Use an audio cable to connect the PC’s audio output jacks to LCD TV’s.
Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
Press the Input button on the remote to select COMPUTER.
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Connecting an Audio Receiver or a Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound System
For better sound quality, you may want to use a Home Theater/Stereo System.
NOTE: If you have a Home Theater/Stereo System that you would like to use with your new TV, we
recommend that you do NOT use your TV’s audio output for this connection. For the best sound
quality, our product testing has shown that you should connect your Home Theater/Stereo System
directly to your A/V device. I.E. You should connect your Home Theater/Stereo System to your DVD
player, Cable/Satellite box or other AV equipment.
Although not recommended, if you prefer to use the TV audio output to make this connection to your
Home Stereo System, please follow the instructions below.
HDMI 2 IN
VGA IN
HDMI 1 IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr1 IN
AUDIO
AUDIO
L
L
R
Y
Pb
Pr
Y
Pb
Pr
R
STEREO
AUDIO
L
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
HDTV/TV
Air/CABLE
L
COAXIAL
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
R
AUDIO
VIDEO2 IN
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
L
YPbPr2 IN
R
R
AUDIO
AUDIO Cable
B
A
Audio Receiv
er
Audio Amplifier
Connecting to Audio Receiver:
Use an audio cable to connect the audio receiver’s audio LINE IN jacks to LCD TV’s
AUDIO OUT jacks.
Connecting to Digital 5.1 Sound System:
METHOD A:
Use a optical cable to connect the audio amplifier’s OPTICAL IN jacks to LCD TV’s
OPTICAL OUT jacks.
METHOD B:
Use a coaxial cable to connect the audio amplifier’s COAXIAL IN jacks to LCD TV’s
COAXIAL OUT jacks.
Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
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USING THE FEATURES
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Wide Screen Viewing
Wide Screen function allows viewing of 4:3/16:9 images in wide screen mode, cycling through the
following wide screen settings. Press the ASPECT button repeatedly to select the screen format
you want.
FULL
Stretches the image vertically and horizontally to
keeps the image size consistent in the center of
the screen and stretches the sides
ZOOM
Stretches the image vertically and horizontally to
fill the screen at 1:2.35 aspect ratio
WIDE
Stretches the image vertically and horizontally to
fill the screen at 1:1.85 aspect ratio
NORMAL
Displays at 4:3 aspect ratio
NORMAL is not available when you are
watching 720p, or 1080i source.
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Operating the Menu
Press the
button to turn the LCD TV on.
Press the MENU button on the remote control,the on-screen menu will appear on the
screen. Use the ◄► buttons to select your main menu option.
VIDEO MENU:
Allows you to make adjustments to your picture settings.
▪ If the signal source is TV/VIDEO/S-VIDEO/YPbPr/
HDMI, the VIDEO MENU appears as:
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Saturation
HUE
Sharpness
Color Temperature
Noise Reduction
User
50
54
54
0
5
▪ If the signal source is VGA, the VIDEO MENU
appears as:
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Color Temperature
Noise Reduction
VGA
User
50
54
Medium
Medium
Video
Select
Exit
AUDIO MENU:
Allows you to customize the audio options and effects.
▪ If the signal source is VIDEO/S-VIDEO/YPbPr/
HDMI/VGA, the AUDIO MENU appears as:
Bass
Treble
Balance
Sound Effect
Speaker
▪ If the signal source is TV, the AUDIO MENU
appears as:
50
50
0
Surround
On
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Bass
Treble
Balance
Sound Effect
MTS
SPDIF Type
Audio Language
Speaker
50
50
0
Surround
Stereo
Dolby Digital
English
On
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TV MENU:
Allows you to edit and label channels.
TV
ENGLISH
Channel Scan
Tuner Mode
Channel Skip
Time Zone
Cable
Eastern Time
Select
Exit
SETUP MENU:
Allows you to set up a variety of features: Language, Closed Caption, factory reset, Parental Control sleep
timer.
▪ If the signal source is TV/VIDOE/S-VIDEO/YPbPr,
the SETUP MENU appears as:
OSD Language
Time Setup
Closed Caption
Parental
Gamma
Reset Default
English
▪ If the signal source is HDMI/VGA, the SETUP
MENU appears as:
OSD Language
Time Setup
Parental
Gamma
Reset Default
Middle
English
Middle
Use the ▲▼ buttons to highlight the option of the sub-menu, and press the OK
button. While in adjustment mode, and use the ◄► buttons to change the value of
the item.
Press the EXIT button to exit the menu.
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Customizing the VIDEO Settings
Press the
button to turn the LCD TV on.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the
◄► buttons to select the VIDEO.
Use the ▲▼buttons to highlight an individual VIDEO option, use the ◄► buttons to
change the setting, and press the MENU to exit the menu
▪ If the signal source is TV/VIDEO/S-VIDEO/YPbPr/
HDMI, the VIDEO MENU appears as:
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Saturation
HUE
Sharpness
Color Temperature
Noise Reduction
▪ If the signal source is VGA, the VIDEO MENU
appears as:
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Color Temperature
Noise Reduction
VGA
User
50
54
54
0
5
User
50
54
Medium
Medium
Video
Select
Exit
The VIDEO menu includes the following options:
Picture Mode
Cycles among display types: Vivid/Hi-Bright/Cinema/Sport/User
Contrast
Controls the difference between the brightest and darkest regions of
the picture
Brightness
Controls the overall brightness of the picture
Saturation
Controls the color intensity
Hue
Controls the difference between the green and red regions of the
picture
Sharpness
Increase this setting to see crisp edges in the picture; decrease it for
soft edges
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Color temperature
Color Temperature
R Gain
G Gain
B Gain
User
120
120
120
Color Temperature
Select
Exit
Noise Reduction
Select to reduce the noise level of connected equipment: Medium/
Strong/Off/Low.
VGA
Press the OK button to enter the VGA Setting:
H.Position
V. Position
Clock
Phase
72
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VGA
Select
Exit
▪ H. Position
Adjusts the position of the picture left and right in the
window
▪ V. Position
Adjusts the position of the picture up and down in the
window
▪ Clock
Controls the width of the picture based on the VGA
mode
▪ Phase
Controls the signal phase, which can improve focus
clarity and image stability based on the VGA mode
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Adjusts color components independently to achieve a warm or cool
effect: Cool/Middle/Warm/User
▪ Warm:
Increases red tint
▪ Nature : Increases natural tint
▪ Cool :
Increases blue tint
▪ User :
Allows the user to adjust red, green and blue color
component levels independently.
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Customizing the AUDIO Settings
Press the
button to turn the LCD TV on.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the
◄► buttons to select the AUDIO.
Use the ▲▼buttons to highlight an individual AUDIO option, use the ◄► buttons to
change the setting, and press the MENU to exit the menu
▪ If the signal source is VIDEO/S-VIDEO/YPbPr/
HDMI/VGA, the AUDIO MENU appears as:
Bass
Treble
Balance
Sound Effect
Speaker
▪ If the signal source is TV, the AUDIO MENU
appears as:
50
50
0
Bass
Treble
Balance
Sound Effect
MTS
SPDIF Type
Audio Language
Speaker
Surround
On
50
50
0
Surround
Stereo
Dolby Digital
English
On
The AUDIO menu includes the following options:
Bass
Controls the relative intensity of lower-pitched sounds
Treble
Controls the relative intensity of higher pitched sounds
Balance
Adjusts the relative volume of the speakers in a multiple speaker
system
Sound Effect
Allows selection of an audio-enhancement technique from among the
following options: Surround/Live/Dance/Techno/Classic/Soft/Rock/
POP/Off
MTS
Allows you to listen to high-fidelity stereo sound while watching TV
▪ Stereo:
Use separate audio tracks for left and right speakers, if available
▪ SAP:
You can enjoy a second audio program from the speakers while
watching a scene in the original program
▪ Mono:
Allows mono output (useful when stereo is noisy or inconsistent)
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SPDIF Type
Allows to selection of the digital sound format: PCM/OFF/Dolby
Digital
▪ Dolby Digital:
The external audio system is connected to the AUDIO OUT
DIGITAL (OPTICAL or COAXIAL) ot the LCD TV
▪ OFF:
Select OFF to turn off the external audio system
Audio Language
Allows to select the audio language:English/Spanish/French.
Speaker
Allows to select to turn on or off the TV speakers.
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▪ PCM:
The external audio system is connected to the AUDIO OUT (L/R)
of the LCD TV
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Customizing the TV Settings
Press the
button to turn the LCD TV on.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the
◄► buttons to select the TV.
Use the ▲▼buttons to highlight an individual TV option, use the ◄► buttons
changes the setting, and press the MENU exits the menu.
Channel Scan
Tuner Mode
Channel Skip
TV
Cable
Select
Exit
The TV menu includes the following options:
Channel Scan
Press the OK button, the Channel Scanning automatically
creates a list of receivable channels.
Tuner Mode
Allows selection between CATV cable and antenna signal sources:
▪ AIR
Choose this setting if you are receiving TV channels with an antenna
(over the air)
▪ Cable
Choose this setting if you are receiving TV channels with a CATV
(cable TV)
Channel Skip
Allows addition/removal of channels on the channel list.
Press the OK button to display the Channel Skip menu:
2 ABC
Analog
3 DISC
Analog
4
Analog
5
Analog
6
Analog
7
Analog
8
Analog
9
Analog
10
Analog
Channel Skip
Select
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Press the ▼ button to select the desired channel, and press the
OK button repeatedly to select show ( ) or hide( )
Allows selection of regional TV systems of USA: Eastern Time/
Indiana/Central time/Mountain Time/Arizona/Pacific Time/
Alaska/Hawaii
Customizing the SETUP Settings
Press the
button to turn the LCD TV on.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the
◄► buttons to select the SETUP.
Use the ▲▼buttons to highlight an individual SETUP option, use the ◄► buttons to
change the setting, and press the MENU to exit the menu.
▪ If the signal source is TV/VIDOE/S-VIDEO/YPbPr,
the SETUP MENU appears as:
OSD Language
Time Setup
Closed Caption
Parental
Gamma
Reset Default
English
▪ If the signal source is HDMI/VGA, the SETUP
MENU appears as:
OSD Language
Time Setup
Parental
Gamma
Reset Default
Middle
Setup
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English
Middle
Select
Exit
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Time Zone
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The SETUP menu includes the following options:
OSD Language
Selects to display all on-screen menus in your language of choice:
English/French/Spanish
Time Setup
Allows to set the current time.
▪ ON :Selects to display the system current time.
▪
OFF :Selects to set the current time.
Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the Date or Time.
Press the ◄► buttons to move each setting, and use 0-9 keys
to set the current time.
Analog Cloaed Caption
Digital Cloaed Caption
Digital Caption Style
Closed Caption
Off
Off
Allows to select from analog or digital closed caption modes and
press the OK button. The Closed Captain list appears:
Analog Closed Caption:
Press the ◄► buttons to select the basic analog closed caption
options: OFF/CC1/CC2/CC3/CC4
▪ CC1 /CC2 /CC3 /CC4:
Display a printed version of the dialog and sound effects of the
program being viewed
▪ T1/T2:
Display station information presented using either half or the
whole screen
▪ T3/T4:
Extended Data Services. For example: Network name, program
name, program length, etc.
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Digital Closed Caption:
Press the◄►buttons to select the digital closed caption options:
Service1/Service2/Service3/Service4/Service5/Service6/OFF
Caption Style:
Press OK button to customize the settings for digital closed
caption option:
Custom
Caption Style
Font Size
Font Color
Font Opacity
Background Color
Background Opacity
Window Color
Window Opacity
Large
White
Solid
Black
Solid
Black
Translucent
Closed Caption Style
Parental
Select
Exit
The Parental Control can be set up to the TV to block Channel,
Video Source and to change password.
Use the ▼ button to select the Parental, and press the OK to
display the Parental menu
Use the Program Block function, must enter a four-digit
password. The factory password is 0000
Program Block
Allows to setup the TV and MPAA Rating
Lock options (refer to “Using the Program Block Setting”).
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U.S.TV Ratings
U.S. Movie Ratings
Canadian English Ratings
Canadian French Ratings
Block MPAA Unrated
Block TV Unrated
NO
NO
Parental Block
Select
Exit
ENGLISH
Note: The setting here will be applied to each DTV channel
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Allows to block digital channels.
Channel Block
2 ABC
Analog
3 DISC
Analog
4
Analog
5
Analog
6
Analog
7
Analog
8
Analog
9
Analog
10
Analog
Channel Block
Set OK Select
Selects to block a Input source signal
Input Block
1
TV(CABLE/AIR)
2
VIDEO1 (Side)
3
4
Exit
VIDEO2 (S-VIDEO)
VIDEO3 (REAR)
5
VIDEO4 (YPbPr1)
6
VIDEO5 (YPbPr2)
7
VIDEO6 (HDMI1)
8
VIDEO7 (HDMI2)
9
COMPUTER(VGA)
Channel Block
Set OK Select
Change Password
Exit
Selects to change your password
Gamma
Allows adjustment of the display’s gamma correction, which fine
tunes both brightness and red/green/blue ratios: Bright/Middle/Dark.
Reset Default
Press the OK button to restore factory settings
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Using the Program Block Settings
Use the ▼ buttons to highlight Parental, and press the OK button.
OSD Language
Closed Caption
Parental
Gamma
Reset Default
Setup
English
Middle
Select
Exit
Use the Parental function, must enter a four-digit password. The factory password is
0000.
Password
Parental
Program Block
Channel Block
Input Block
Change Password
****
Select
Exit
Parental
Select
Exit
Use the ▼ button to select the Program Block, and press the OK to display the
Program Block menu.
U.S.TV Ratings
U.S. Movie Ratings
Canadian English Ratings
Canadian French Ratings
Block MPAA Unrated
Block TV Unrated
Parental Block
NO
NO
Select
Exit
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Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the
◄► buttons to select the SETUP.
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The Parental block menu includes the following options:
U.S. TV Ratings
Selects to activate the TV Rating programs.
U.S. Movie Ratings
Selects to activate the MPAA Rating programs
Canadian English Ratings
Selects to activate the English Rating programs of Canada.
Canadian French Ratings
Selects to activate the French Rating programs of Canada
Block MPAA Unrated
▪ YES:
Block all movies that are broadcast without a MPAA rating.
▪ NO:
Allows all movies that are broadcast without a MPAA rating
Block TV None Rating
▪ YES:
Block all movies that are broadcast without a TV rating.
▪ NO:
Allows all movies that are broadcast without a TV rating.
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U.S. TV Ratings
The U.S.TV Rating has 2 rating methods: Content-Based Rating and Age-Based Rating.
The U.S.TV Rating includes the following options:
ENGLISH
A
D
L
S
V
FV
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
Allowed Rating
U.S. TV Ratings
Blocked Rating
Set OK Select
Exit
AGE-BASED
RATING
DESCRIPTION
TV-Y
All children
TV-Y7
Directed to children age 7 and older
TV-G
General Audience
TV-PG
Parental Guidance suggested
TV-14
Parents strongly cautioned
TV-MA
Mature Audience only
CONTENT-BASED
RATING
DESCRIPTION
FV
Fantasy violence
D
Suggestive dialogue
L
Strong language
S
Sexual situations
V
Violence
ALL
All contents are blocked
CONTENT-BASED
FV
D
L
S
V
AGE-BASED
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
: To block programs by both content and age.
Use the ◄►▲▼ buttons to select the rating you want and press the OK button repeatedly to
select BLOCK or UNBLOCK .
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Canadian English Ratings
The Canadian Englsh Ratings includes the following options:
C
C8+
G
PG
14+
18+
Allowed Rating
Canadian English Ratings
Blocked Rating
Set OK Select
Exit
RATING
DESCRIPTION
C
All children
C8+
Children 8 years and older
G
General programming
PG
Parental guidance
14+
Viewers 14 and older
18-
Adult programming
Use the ◄►▲▼ buttons to select the rating you want and press the OK button repeatedly to
select BLOCK or UNBLOCK .
Canadian French Ratings
The Canadian Englsh Ratings includes the following options:
G
8 ans+
13 ans+
16 ans+
18 ans+
Allowed Rating
Canadian French Ratings
Blocked Rating
Set OK Select
Exit
RATING
DESCRIPTION
G
General programming
8 ans+
Not recommended for ages under 8
13 ans+
Not recommended for ages under 13
16 ans+
Not recommended for ages under 16
18 ans+
Programming restricted to adults.
Use the ◄►▲▼ buttons to select the rating you want and press the OK button repeatedly to
select BLOCK or UNBLOCK .
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Specifications
U.S. Movie Ratings
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC-17
X
Allowed Rating
Blocked Rating
Canadian English Ratings
Select
Exit
RATING
DESCRIPTION
G
General Audiences. Movie is appropriate for all ages
PG
Parental Guidance Suggested. May contain material not suited for younger
viewers
PG-13
Contains content that may not be appropriate for viewers under the age of
13
R
Restricted. Contains adult content, no one under 17 admitted without
parent
NC-17
No one 17 and under admitted
X
No one 17 and under admitted
Use the ◄►▲▼ buttons to select the rating you want and press the OK button repeatedly to
select BLOCK or UNBLOCK .
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The U.S. Movie Ratings is used for original movies rated by the Motion Picture Association of
America(MPAA) as broadcasted on cable TV and not edited for television.
The U.S. Movie Ratings includes the following options:
Chapter 3 Using the LCD TV
Using the Program Guide
The Program Guide feature brings all sorts of information to your screen, such as program title,
program duration, time remaining, rating information, closed caption, availability, etc.
With the LCD TV connected to a television programming source, press the INPUT button
on the remote control and use the ▲▼ buttons to select TV and press the OK button.
Press the GUIDE button on the remote control, the Program Guide will appear on the
screen:
Monday 15 January 2007 2:36:26 PM
3-1
7-2 KQED-SD
7-2
Today
7:00 PM
EYEWITHNESS NEWS 4PM
cc
Today
7:30 PM
ABC WORLD NEWS
cc
9:30 PM
ABC’S MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
cc
SPORTSZONE
cc
Today
Tomorrow
12:30 AM
Press the ◄► button to select the channel.
Press the ▲▼ button to select the program from a list, the Program Guide provides
introduction about the current program being shown on each channel.
The Program information in the guide is provided by the broadcasters. It may sometimes
include only the channel number, without a program title or description.
Monday 15 January 2007 2:36:26 PM
3-1
7-2 KQED-SD
7-2
Today
7:00 PM
EYEWITHNESS NEWS 4PM
cc
Today
7:30 PM
ABC WORLD NEWS
cc
Today
9:30 PM
ABC’S MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
cc
SPORTSZONE
cc
Tomorrow
12:30 AM
TV-PG
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM Mon, 20 Jan.
EYEWITHNESS NEWS
Press the GUIDE button again on the remote control to exit the Program Guide
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Specifications
SPECIFICATIONS
Panel Size
26” TFT LCD
Brightness
500 cm2
500 cm2
Contrast Ratio
1000:1
800:1
Max. Resolution
32” TFT LCD
1366x768
1366x768
VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R)
2
2
S-VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R)
1
1
YPbPr/AUDIO(L/R)
2
2
VGA/AUDIO(L/R)
1
1
HDMI/AUDIO(L/R)
2
2
AUDIO OUT(L/R)
1
1
OPTICAL/COAXIAL
1
1
HEADPHONE
1
1
Power Source
AC100~240V, 50/60HZ, 2.2A
AC100~240V, 50/60HZ, 2.2A
Power Consumption
180 W, standby < 5 W
180 W, standby < 5 W
Dimension
26.7 w x 22.1 h x 7.9 d inch
31.7 w x 25.0 h x 8.4 d inch
WEIGHT
26.8 LB
39.5 LB
Panel Size
42” TFT LCD
46” TFT LCD
Brightness
500 cm2
450 cm2
Contrast Ratio
800:1
1000:1
Input Connector
LCD Panel
Max. Resolution
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R)
2
2
S-VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R)
1
1
YPbPr/AUDIO(L/R)
2
2
VGA/AUDIO(L/R)
1
1
HDMI/AUDIO(L/R)
2
2
AUDIO OUT(L/R)
1
1
OPTICAL/COAXIAL
1
1
HEADPHONE
1
1
Power Source
AC110~220V, 50/60HZ, 4A
AC110~220V, 50/60HZ, 4.5A
Power Consumption
300 W, standby < 3 W
350 W, standby < 3 W
Dimension
41.4 w x 31.1 h x 9.4 d inch
45 w x 32.1 h x 11 d inch
Input Connector
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LCD Panel
Programming Your Remote Control
PROGRAMMING YOUR REMOTE CONTROL
Your remote lets you control four devices with one easy-to-use, compact unit. After installing
batteries, you can program the remote to control your Universal TV, VCR or DVD, Cable or Satellite
Receivers, Amplifi er or Tuner, and Auxiliary devices. To do so, follow the instructions in
“Programming a Device”. For best results, please read and follow all the remaining instructions.
Keep this guide for future reference.
A Quick Look at Programming a Device
To control VCR or DVD, Cable or Satellite Receivers, Amplifi er or Tuner, and Auxiliary devices,
follow these steps. Before proceeding, fi nd the codes for the devices you want to program in
“Manufacturer’s Codes” on the right side of this page and write them down or highlight them.
To program a DVD Player, TV/DVD Combo, TV/VCR/DVD Combo, portable DVD
player, or mobile DVD player, use the DVD key.
Turn on the device (for example, DVD player) and, if needed, load media (for
example, a DVD).
Press a device key (VCR/DVD, CBL/ SAT, or AUX).
Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
Enter the first five-digit code for your device. The LED blinks once as each digit is
entered. If the code is correct, the LED blinks twice.
If the LED does not blink twice, repeat steps 2 to 4 and try entering the
code again.
Aim the remote at the device and press . The device should turn off. If it does not,
repeat steps 3–5, trying each code for your brand until you find one that works. If
you cannot find a code that works, see “Searching for Your Code”.
Repeat steps 1–5 for the other devices you want to control. For future reference,
write down each working device code below:
AUX Code:
CBL Code:
CD Code:
DVD Code:
SAT Code:
TNR Code:
VCR Code:
Press set to save and exit.
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Programming Your Remote Control
Searching for your Code
If your device does not respond to the remote after trying all codes listed for your brand, or if
your brand is not listed, try searching for your code:
Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
Enter 9-9-1, then the device group number (0= Cable, 1= TV, 2= VCR, 3= Audio).
The LED blinks twice.
Aim the remote at the device and press . The remote sends IR codes from its
library to the selected device, starting with the most popular code first. If the device
responds, go to step 7.
If the device does not respond, press CH▲. The remote will try the next code.
Continue until the device responds. Press CH▼ to try the previous code.
To search for other device codes, repeat steps 1 to 5.
Press SET UP to save and exit.
Checking the Codes
If you have set up the remote using the procedure in “Searching for Your Code”, you may need to find
out which four-digit code is operating your equipment.
For example, to fi nd out which code is assigned to your TV:
Press TV once.
Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
Enter 9-9-0. The LED blinks twice.
To view the code for the first digit, press 1. Count the LED blinks (for example, three
blinks = 3), and write down the number in the appropriate code listing in step 8
under “Programming a Device”.
If a code digit is 0, the LED does not blink.
Repeat step 4 for the four remaining digits, using 2 for the second digit, 3 for the
third digit, 4 for the fourth digit, and 5 for the fi fth digit.
Changing Volume Lock
The remote comes preset to allow independent volume control of each selected device (Global Volume
Unlock). However, you may change the Volume Lock setting to Global Volume Lock so that one
device’s volume will control volume in all other modes. After that, you can perform Individual Volume
Unlock on a selected device to set its volume control for independent operation or Global Volume
Unlock to remove all volume locking.
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Press a device key once.
Programming Your Remote Control
Changing Volume Lock
The remote comes preset to allow independent volume control of each selected device (Global
Volume Unlock). However, you may change the Volume Lock setting to Global Volume Lock so that
one device’s volume will control volume in all other modes. After that, you can perform Individual
Volume Unlock on a selected device to set its volume control for independent operation or Global
Volume Unlock to remove all volume locking.
Locking Volume Control to One Mode (Global Volume Lock)
Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
Enter 9-9-3 and then press the mode key for the device you want to control volume (for
example,TV). The LED blinks twice. Now when you press VOL+, VOL-, or Mute, the selected
device (for example, TV) will control the volume regardless of the current mode.
Unlocking All Volume Control (Restoring Global Unlock)
Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
Enter 9-9-3 and then press VOL+. The LED blinks four times.
Volume is now independently controlled for all programmed devices.
Unlocking a Single Device’s Volume Control
Press a device key (TV, VCR/DVD, CBL/ SAT, or AUX).
Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
Enter 9-9-3 and then press VOL-. The LED blinks four times. Volume is now
independently controlled for the selected devices.
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
LED does not blink when you press a key.
Replace battery with new AAA size battery.
LED blinks when you press a key, but
device does not respond.
Make sure the remote is aimed at your device and is not more
than 15 feet away
LED blinks one long blink.
An entry error has occurred (for example, wrong key). Try entry
sequence again.
Remote does not control devices or
commands are not working properly.
Try all listed codes for the device. Make sure the device operates with
an infrared remote control.
CH▲, CH▼, and LAST do not work for your
RCA TV.
Due to RCA design from 1983 to 1987, only the original remote
control will operate these functions.
No volume on a device.
See “Changing Volume Lock”.
Channels do not change properly.
If the original remote control required you to press Enter to
change channels, press Enter on this remote after entering the
channel number.
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Programming Your Remote Control
Manufacturer’s setup codessetup codes
Audio Amplifiers
Code
Adcom
Aiwa
Arcam
Bose
Carver
Cinema Sound
Curtis Mathes
Denon
Durabrand
Elan
GE
Grundig
Harman/Kardon
JVC
Left Coast
Lenoxx
Linn
Luxman
Magnavox
Marantz
McIntosh
Micromega
0577, 1100
0406
0269
0674
0892, 0269
0160
0300
0160
1561
0647
0078
0269
0892
331
0892
1561
0269
0165
0269
0892, 0269, 0321
0251
0269
Manufacturer
Modulaire
NEC
Naim
Nakamichi
Optimus
Panasonic
Pass Labs
Philips
Pionee
Polk Audio
RCA
RadioShack
Realistic
Revox
Sansui
Shure
Sony
Soundesign
Technics
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
Code
0395
0264
0269
0321
0013, 0300, 0823, 0395
0308, 0521
0269
0892, 0269
0013, 0300, 0823
0892, 0269
0013, 0300, 0823
0395
0013, 0395, 0220
0269
0321
0264
0815, 0220, 0689
0078
0308, 0521
0331
0013, 0078
0354, 0133
Cable Converters
Manufacturer
Manufacturer
Code
A-Mark
ABC
Accuphase
Acorn
Action
Active
Americast
Archer
BCC
Bell South
British Telecom
Century
Digeo
Director
Fosgate
GE
General Instrument
Gibraltar
GoldStar
Hamlin
Hitachi
Insight
Jerrold
Memorex
Mitsubishi
Motorola
0008, 0144
0237, 0003, 0008
0003
0237
0237
0237
0899
0237
0276
0899
0003
0008
1187
0476
0276
0144
0476, 0810, 0276, 0003
0003
0144
0009
0003, 0008, 0009
0476, 0810
0476, 0810, 0276, 0003
0000
0003
0476, 1376, 0810, 0276, 1187
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Nova Vision
Novaplex
Pace
Panasonic
Paragon
Penneys
Philips
Pioneer
Pulsar
Quasar
Regal
Runco
Samsung
Scientifi c Atlanta
Son
Sprucer
Starcom
Supercable
Time Warner cable
Torx
Toshiba
US Electronics
United Cable
Videoway
Zenith
Code
0008
0008
0877, 1877, 0237, 0008
0000, 0008, 0144, 0107
0000, 0008, 0525
0000
1305, 0317
0877, 1877, 0144, 0533
0000
0000
0276, 0279
0000
0003, 0144
0877, 1877,0477,
0237, 0003, 0000, 0008
1006
0144
0003
0276
1877
0003
0000
0276, 0003, 0008
0276, 0003
0000
0000, 0008, 0525, 0899
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Manufacturer
Programming Your Remote Control
Audio Amp/Tuners
Manufacturer
Code
Manufacturer
ADC
AMC
AMW
Aiwa
0531
1077
1563, 1615
1243, 1405,1388, 1641,
0189, 0121, 0405, 0158
Akai
1255, 1512, 0244, 0346
Alco
1390
Amphion Media Works 1563, 1615
Anam
1609, 1074
Apex
1257
Apex Digital
1774, 1257, 1430
Arcam
1189, 1120
Audiotronic
1189
Audiovox
1390, 1627
B&K
0820, 0840, 0701, 0702
BK
0702
Bose
1229, 0639, 1253
Brix
1602
Cairn
0189
Cambridge Soundworks 1370
Capetronic
0531, 0195
Carver
1189, 0189, 0121, 1289,
0042, 0360, 0008
Casio
0195
Clarinette
0195
Classic
1352
Coby
1389
Compaq
1136
Criterion
1420
Curtis Mathes
0014, 0080, 0039
Daewoo
1250
Dell
1383
Delphi
1414
Denon
1142, 1360, 1306, 0121,
0004
Emerson
0531, 0195, 0424
Fisher
1801, 0801, 0042, 0360,
0219, 0008
Garrard
0463, 0424
Gateway
1517, 1567
Go Video
1352, 1532
Grundig
0189
Harman/Kardon
0110, 1304, 1306, 0891,
0189, 1289
Hewlett Packard
1181
Hitachi
1273, 1801
Initial
1426
Inkel
0491
Integra
0842, 0135, 1320, 1298
JBL
0110, 1306
JVC
1058, 1374, 1495, 1811,
0074
KLH
1428, 1390, 1412
Kawasaki
1390
Kenwood
Koss
LG
LXI
Lasonic
Lenoxx
Lexicon
Linn
Liquid Video
Lloyd’s
Lloyds
MCS
Magnavox
Marantz
McIntosh
Micromega
Mitsubishi
Modulaire
Myryad
NAD
Nakamichi
New Castle
Nikko
Nikkodo
Norcent
Nova
Onkyo
Optimus
Oritron
Outlaw Audio
Panasonic
Penney
Penneys
Philips
Pioneer
Polaroid
Polk Audio
Proscan
Quasar
RCA
54
Code
1313, 1570,1569, 0186,
0042, 0239, 0027, 0077
1497, 1366, 0424
1293
0181
1798
1437
1076
0189
1497
0195
0195
0039, 0346
1189, 1269, 0531,1266,
0189, 1514, 0195,
0391,1120
1189, 1269, 0891, 0189,
1289, 1120, 0039
289
1189, 0189
1393
0195
1189
0320
1313, 0097, 1555, 0347
0502
0322
0322
1389
1389
0842, 0135, 1320, 1298,
1531
1023, 0531, 0014,1074,
0670, 0121, 0186, 0080,
0195, 0738, 0801, 0042,
0181, 0502, 0219, 0158,
0074, 0163, 0177
1497, 1366
0391
1308, 1518, 1548,1288,
1316, 1763, 1764, 1633,
0309, 0367, 0039
0195
0195, 0039
1189, 1269, 0891,1266,
0189, 0391, 1120
1023, 1384, 0531, 0014,
0150, 0630, 0080, 0801,
0244, 0346
1508
0189, 1289, 1414
1254, 0054
0039
1023, 1609, 1254, 0531,
1511, 1390, 1074, 0080,
Programming Your Remote Control
Audio Amp/Tuners
Manufacturer
Code
Sony
1609, 0181
1609, 0121, 0186, 0195,
0042, 0181, 0158, 0163,
0177
1437
0189
1869, 1383
1383
1519
1295, 1500
1189, 0189, 0346
1801, 1469, 1251, 0801,
0360, 0219
0322, 0163
0195, 0424
0186, 1286
1556
1077, 1653, 0491, 0502,
1423
1426
0424
1811, 1602, 1627
1869, 1532, 1383
Regent
Revox
Rio
Rio Audio
Saba
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Scott
Sears
Sharp
Sharper Image
Sherwood
Shinsonic
Siemens
Sirius
Sonic Blue
Code
Yorx
1058, 1441, 1258, 1759,
1758, 1622, 1858, 1658,
1558, 1406, 0405, 0474,
1349, 1442, 0158
0670
1023
1313
1267, 1390,1074, 1528,
0463, 0163
1308, 1518,1633, 0309,
0039
1189
0842, 0135, 0080
1390
0074
1352
0014, 0189,0080, 0042,
0054, 0158
1406, 1414
1023, 0176,1176, 1375,
1331, 1276, 0186
0195
Zenith
1293, 0857, 0346
Soundesign
Stereophonics
Sunfire
Teac
Technics
Thorens
Toshiba
Venturer
Victor
Waitec
Wards
XM
Yamaha
Miscellaneous Audio
Manufacturer
Code
Altec Lansing
Cambridge Soundworks
Creative
D-Link
Imerge
Integra
Jerrold
Manufacturer
Marantz
Motorola
Netgear
Omnifi
Onkyo
SSI
Yamaha
1485
1530
0872
1522
1491
1789
0520
Code
1491
1464
1785
1605
1789
1522
1809, 1810
Satellite Receivers
Manufacturer
AlphaStar
Bell ExpressVu
Chaparral
DirecTV
Dish Network
Dish Network System
Dishpro
Echostar
Expressvu
Code
Manufacturer
0772
0775
0216
0566, 0639, 1639, 1640,
0247, 0749, 1749, 1142,
1442, 0724, 0819, 1856,
1108,1609, 0392, 1392,
1076, 0099
0775
0775, 1775, 1005, 1505
0775, 1775, 1005, 1505
0775, 1775, 1005, 1505
0775, 1775
GE
GOI
General Instrument
Goodmans
HTS
Hitachi
Houston tracker
Hughes
Hughes Network Systems
Innova
JVC
Jerrold
LG
55
Code
0566, 0392
0775, 1775
0869
1246
0775, 1775
1250, 0749, 0819
0775
0749, 1749, 1142, 1442
0749,1749, 1142, 1442
0099
0775, 1775
0869
1226
ENGLISH
RadioShack
Realistic
Manufacturer
Programming Your Remote Control
Manufacturer
Magnavox
McIntosh
Memorex
Mitsubishi
Motorola
NEC
Netsat
Next Level
Optimus
Panasonic
Paysat
Philips
Pioneer
Primestar
Proscan
Code
Manufacturer
RCA
0724, 0722
0869
0724
0749
0869, 0856
1270
0099
0869
0724
0701, 0247
0724
0749, 1749, 1142, 1442,
0775, 0724, 0722, 0819,
1076, 0099
1142, 1442
0869
0566, 0392
RadioShack
SKY
Samsung
Sanyo
Sony
Star Choice
Star Trak
Thomson
Tivo
Toshiba
UltimateTV
Uniden
Voom
Zenith
Code
0566, 1142, 1442, 0775,
0143, 0855, 0392, 1392
0566, 0775, 0869
0856, 0099
1142, 1442, 1276, 1108,
1609
1219
0639, 1639, 1640
0869
0772, 0869
0566, 0392
1142, 1442
0749, 1749, 0790, 1285,
0819
1640, 1392
0724, 0722
0869
0856, 1856
TVs
Manufacturer
A-Mark
AOC
Accuscan
Action
Admiral
Advent
Adventuri
Agna
Aiko
Akai
Albatron
Alfi de
Alleron
Ambassador
America Action
American High
Amstrad
Amtron
Anam
Apex
Apex Digital
Audinac
Audiovox
Aumark
Aventura
Baysonic
Beaumark
Belcor
Manufacturer
Code
0047, 0054
0180, 0030
0047
0030
0463, 0180, 0047,0054,
0017, 0051, 0093
0761, 0783, 0815,0817,
0842
0000
0150
0092
0060, 0702,0672, 0030,
0145, 0812
0700, 0843
0672
0030
0150
0180
0000, 0060
0171
0000, 0180
0180
0156, 0748, 0765
0156, 0748, 0765,0879,
0767
0180
0451, 0180, 0092, 0623
0060
0171
0180
0017, 0030, 0178
0030
Bell & Howell
Bell and Howell
BenQ
Bradford
Brockwood
Broksonic
CXC
Candle
Capehart
Capetronic
Carnivale
Carver
Celebrity
Celera
Changhong
Cineral
Citek
Citizen
Clarion
Classic
Colortyme
Commercial Solutions
Conic
Contec
Craig
Crosley
Crown
Crown Mustang
56
Code
0054, 0154, 0093
0054, 0154, 0093
1756, 1032
0180
0030, 0178
0236, 0463, 0180
0180
0030
0017, 0030, 0178, 0092
0030
0030
0054
0000
0765
0156,0765, 0783, 0767
0451, 0092
0047
0054, 0000, 0451, 0463,
0180,0060, 0030, 0092,
0171
0180
0030, 0092
0047, 0054, 0017, 0060,
0030, 0178
0047, 1447
0178
0180
0180, 0171
0054, 0000, 0180, 0030,
0171
0093, 0180, 0672
0672
Programming Your Remote Control
Manufacturer
Curtis Mathes
Dayton
Daytron
Dell
Denon
Dumont
Durabrand
Dwin
ESA
Eaton
Electroband
Electrograph
Electrohome
Emerald
Emerson
Envision
Fisher
Fortress
Funai
Futuretech
GE
Gateway
Gemini
Gibraltar
Gibralter
A-Mark
AOC
Accuscan
Action
Admiral
Advent
Adventuri
Agna
Aiko
Akai
Albatron
Alfi de
Alleron
Ambassador
America Action
American High
Amstrad
Amtron
Anam
Apex
Apex Digital
0047, 0054, 0154, 0000,
0051, 0451, 0093, 0180,
0060, 0702, 0030, 0178,
0145, 0166, 1147, 1347
0451, 1661, 0672, 0178,
0092, 0623, 1755,1756,
0661
0092
0030, 0178, 0092
1454
0511, 0145
0017, 0180, 0178
0463, 0180, 0178, 0171,
1034, 1463
0093
0171, 0812
0060
0000
1755
0154, 0000, 0150,0030,
0178
0178
0047, 0154, 0451, 0236,
0463, 0180, 0150, 0178,
0171, 0623
0030
0054, 0154, 0000
0093
0000, 0180, 0171
0180
0047, 0000, 0051,0451,
0060, 0030, 0178, 1147,
1347, 1447
1755, 1756
0047
0017, 0000, 0030
0017, 0030Go
0047, 0054
0180, 0030
0047
0030
0463, 0180, 0047, 0054,
0017, 0051, 0093
0761, 0783, 0815, 0817,
0842
0000
0150
0092
0060, 0702, 0672, 0030,
0145, 0812
0700, 0843
0672
0030
0150
0180
Audinac
Audiovox
Aumark
Aventura
Baysonic
Beaumark
Belcor
Bell & Howell
Bell and Howell
BenQ
Bradford
Brockwood
Broksonic
CXC
Candle
Capehart
Capetronic
Carnivale
Carver
Celebrity
Celera
Changhong
Cineral
Citek
Citizen
Clarion
Classic
Colortyme
Commercial Solutions
Conic
Contec
Craig
Crosley
Crown
Crown Mustang
Curtis Mathes
Daewoo
Dayton
Daytron
57
Code
0000, 0060
0171
0000, 0180
0180
0156, 0748, 0765
0156, 0748, 0765, 0879,
0767
0180
0451, 0180, 0092, 0623
0060
0171
0180
0017, 0030, 0178
0030
0054, 0154, 0093
0054, 0154, 0093
1756, 1032
0180
0030, 0178
0236, 0463, 0180
0180
0030
0017, 0030, 0178, 0092
0030
0030
0054
0000
0765
0156, 0765, 0783, 0767
0451, 0092
0047
0054, 0000, 0451, 0463,
0180,0060, 0030, 0092,
0171
0180
0030, 0092
0047, 0054, 0017, 0060,
0030, 0178
0047, 1447
0178
0180
0180, 0171
0054, 0000, 0180, 0030,
0171
0093, 0180, 0672
0672
0047, 0054, 0154, 0000,
0051, 0451, 0093, 0180,
0060,0702, 0030, 0178,
0145, 0166, 1147, 1347
0451, 1661, 0672, 0178,
0092, 0623, 1755, 1756,
0661
0092
0030, 0178, 0092
ENGLISH
Daewoo
Manufacturer
Code
Programming Your Remote Control
Manufacturer
Dell
Denon
Dumont
Durabrand
Dwin
ESA
Eaton
Electroband
Electrograph
Electrohome
Emerald
Emerson
Envision
Fisher
Fortress
Funai
Futuretech
GE
Gateway
Gemini
Gibraltar
Gibralter
Video
GoldStar
Goodmans
Gradiente
Logik
MGA
MGN Technology
MTC
Magnasonic
Magnavox
Majestic
Marantz
Matsushita
Maxcent
Maxent
Megapower
Megatron
Memorex
Micro Genius
Midland
Mitsubishi
Code
Manufacturer
Monivision
Motorola
Multitech
NAD
1454
0511, 0145
0017, 0180, 0178
0463, 0180, 0178, 0171,
1034, 1463
0093
0171, 0812
0060
0000
1755
0154, 0000, 0150, 0030,
0178
0178
0047, 0154, 0451,0236,
0463, 0180, 0150, 0178,
0171, 0623
0030
0054, 0154, 0000
0093
0000, 0180, 0171
0180
0047, 0000, 0051, 0451,
0060, 0030, 0178,
1147,1347, 1447
1755, 1756
0047
0017, 0000, 0030
0017, 0030Go
0060
0047, 0054, 0030, 0178
0360
0053
0236, 0180
0150, 0030, 0178
0178
0180, 0060, 0030, 0092
0054,0000, 0156, 0093,
0030, 0092
0047, 1454, 0054,0154,
0000, 0051, 0250, 0180,
0060, 0030, 0092, 0171,
0706, 1254, 1755
0017
1454, 0054, 0030
0051, 0250, 0650
1755, 1756
1755
0700
0047, 0178, 0145
0154, 0463,0180, 0150,
0060, 0030, 0178
0150
0047, 0017, 0051
0154, 0093, 0150, 1250,
0030, 0178, 0836
NEC
NTC
NetTV
Nikko
Nikkodo
Nishi
Norcent
Nyon
Onwa
Optimus
Optonica
Orion
PCE
Pace
Panasonic
Panda
Paxonic
Penney
Penneys
Petters
Philco
Philips
Pilot
Pioneer
Polaroid
Portland
Precision
Prima
Princeton
Prism
Proscan
Proton
Pulsar
Pulser
Quartz
Quasar
58
Code
0700, 0843
0054, 0051, 0093, 0150
0180
0156, 0178, 0166, 1156,
0866
0047, 0030, 0178, 1704
0092
1755
0047, 0017, 0154, 0156,
0030, 0178, 0092, 1347
0030, 0178, 0092
0030
0748
0000
0180
0154, 0250, 0093,0180,
0150, 0030, 0178, 0166,
0650, 0679
0093
0017, 0236, 0463, 0180,
0178, 1463
0156, 0060
0092
0047, 0054, 0154, 0000,
0156, 0051, 0250, 0093,
0236, 0150, 0060, 0053,
0030, 0178, 0145,1347,
0650
0706
0060, 0030
0047, 0156, 0051, 0060,
0030, 0178, 1347
0047, 0000, 0156, 0051,
0250, 0060, 0030, 0178
1523
0054, 0463, 0030, 0145
1454, 0054, 0017, 0000,
0030, 0171, 1254, 0690
0051, 0060, 0030, 0178
0166, 0866, 0679
0765, 0865, 1523
0451, 0092
0236, 0180
0761, 0783, 0815, 0817
0700
0051, 0250
0047, 0030, 1347, 1447
0178
0017, 0092
0178, 0092
0150, 0178
0051, 0250, 0650
Programming Your Remote Control
Manufacturer
RCA
Realistic
Runco
SR2000
SSS
SV2000
SVA
Sampo
Samsung
Sanky
Sansui
Sanyo
Saville
Scotch
Scott
Sears
Sharp
Sheng Chia
Shivaki
Siemens
Signature
Signature 2000
Simpson
Singer
Solar Drape
Sony
Soundesign
Spectravision
Squareview
Starlite
Studio Experience
Supreme
Sylvania
Symphonic
Manufacturer
TMK
TNCi
TVS
Tandy
Tatung
Teac
Technics
0090, 1547, 0047, 0054,
0000, 0051, 0093, 0178,
1047, 1147, 1247, 1347,
1447, 0679
0047
0047, 0154, 0180, 0150,
0030, 0178
0047, 0154, 0180, 0150,
0030, 0178
0017, 0060, 0030
0154, 0171
0180
0054
0748, 0865
0047, 0030, 1755, 1756
0047, 0054, 0017, 0154,
0060, 0702, 0030, 0178,
1060, 0812
0060, 0030
0463, 0060, 0030
0088, 0047, 0054, 0154,
0000, 0463, 0171, 1755
0060
0178
0236, 0180, 0030, 0178
0047, 0054, 0017, 0154,
0000, 0156, 0051, 0093,
0060, 0053, 0030, 0178,
0171, 0166
0054, 0093, 0180
0093
0178
0145
0054
0047,0093,0030
0030, 0178
0060, 0092
0000
1100, 0017, 0154, 0000,
0150, 0053
0180, 178
0156, 0178
0171
0236, 0180
0843
0000
0047, 0054, 0154,0000,
0051, 0030, 0178, 0092,
0171
0000, 0180, 0178, 0171
Technovox
Techwood
Teknika
Telecolor
Telefunken
Thomas
Thomson
Tocom
Toshiba
Totevision
Toyomenka
Truetone
Ultra
Universal
V
Vector Research
Victor
Vidikron
Vidtech
Viewsonic
Viking
Visio
Vizio
Wards
Waycon
Welton
Westinghouse
White Westinghouse
World
XR1000
Yamaha
Yorx
Zenith
59
Code
0236, 0180, 0178
0017
0463
0093
0000, 0051, 1756
0154, 0706
0047, 0054, 0017, 0051,
0250,1347, 0650
0030
0051, 0250, 0060
0054, 0463, 0180, 0150,
0060, 0178, 0092
0017
0702
0047, 0178
0047, 1447
0156
0154, 0156, 0150,1265,
0060, 0145, 0166, 1145,
1156, 1256, 1356, 1656,
1704, 0650
0051
0178
0051, 0250
0092
0047
1755, 1756
0030
1100, 0053
0054
0178
1755
0060
1755, 1756
1756
0047,0054,0017, 0154,
0000, 0156, 0051, 0093,
0236,0180, 0060, 0030,
0178, 0166, 1147, 1347,
1156, 0866
0156
0178
0451
0451, 0236, 0463, 0623
0451, 0236, 0463, 0180
0154, 0180, 0171
0030
0030
0047, 0017, 0000, 0093,
0463, 0030, 0178, 0145,
0092, 0171, 1145, 0812
ENGLISH
Rabbit
RadioShack
Code
Programming Your Remote Control
VCRs
Manufacturer
A-Mark
ABS
Admiral
Adventura
Adyson
Aiwa
Akai
Alba
Alienware
Allegro
American High
Amstrad
Asha
Astra
Audiovox
Avis
Beaumark
Bell & Howell
Bell and Howell
Broksonic
CCE
Calix
Candle
Canon
Carrera
Carver
Citizen
Classic
Colortyme
Colt
Craig
Criterion
Crosley
Crown
Curtis Mathes
CyberPower
Cybernex
Daewoo
Daytron
Dell
Denon
Derwant
DirecTV
Dual
Dynatech
Electrohome
Electrophonic
Manufacturer
Code
0000, 0037, 0240
1972
0209, 0060, 0048, 0039,
0047, 0104
0000, 0037, 0240
0072
0124, 0000, 0037
0175, 0041
0209, 0072
1972
0039
0035, 0081
0000
0240
0035, 0240
0037
0000, 0072
0240
0000, 0035, 0048, 0039,
0104
0000, 0035, 0048, 0039,
0104
1479, 0184, 0121, 0209
0072
0037
0037
0035
0240
0035, 0081
1278, 0000, 0035, 0037,
0240, 0209
0037
0035, 0060, 0045
0000, 0072
0037, 0047, 0240, 0072
0000, 0072
0000, 0035, 0081
0072
1035, 0000, 0035, 0060,
0162, 0240, 0041
1972
0240
1278, 0037, 0045
0037
1972
0081, 0042
0041
0739
003, 0000
0000, 0240
0000, 0060, 0037, 0240,
0043, 0209
0037
Code
Emerald
Emerex
Emerson
Fisher
Fuji
Fujitsu
Funai
GE
Garrard
Gateway
Gemini
Genexxa
Go Video
GoldStar
Granada
Grundig
HI-Q
HP
Harley Davidson
Harman/Kardon
Harvard
Harwood
Hewlett Packard
Hitachi
Howard Computers
Hughes Network Systems
Humax
Hush
Hytek
TT Nokia
JVC
Janeil
Jensen
KEC
KLH
KTV
Kenwood
Kodak
LG
LXI
Linksys
Lloyd’s
Lloyds
Loewe
Logik
M Electronic
MEI
MGA
60
0184, 0121
0032
1479, 1278, 0000, 0037,
0184, 0240, 0121, 0043,
0209
0000, 0039, 0047, 0104
0035, 0033
0000
0000, 0037, 0072
1035, 1060, 0807, 0000,
0035, 0060, 0048, 0240
0000
1972
0060
0000, 0037
0614, 0240
1237, 0000, 0035, 0037,
0039
0081, 0042
0081
0000, 0035, 0047
1972
0000
0081
0072
0072
1972
0089, 0000, 0035, 0037,
0045, 0042, 0041
1972
0739, 0042
0739
1972
0000, 0047, 0072I
0240, 0041
0067, 0041
0240
0067, 0041
0037
0072
0000
0067, 0041
0035, 0037
0037, 0240
0000, 0037, 0042, 0067
1972
0000
0000, 0240, 0072
0081
0000, 0240, 0072
0240
0035
0060, 0240, 0043
Programming Your Remote Control
Manufacturer
Granada
Grundig
HI-Q
HP
Harley Davidson
Harman/Kardon
Harvard
Harwood
Hewlett Packard
Hitachi
Howard Computers
Hughes Network Systems
Humax
Hush
Hytek
IKEC
KLH
KTV
Kenwood
Kodak
LG
LXI
Linksys
Lloyd’s
Lloyds
Loewe
Logik
M Electronic
MEI
MGA
MGN Technology
MTC
MTC
MTX
Magnasonic
Magnavox
Magnin
Marant1 Marta
Matsui
Matsushita
Media Center PC
Memorex
Metz
Microsoft
Midland
Mind
Minolta
Mitsubishi
0240
0000, 0240, 0072
0000, 0240, 0072
0000
1278, 0000, 0037, 0240,
0072
0081, 0042
0081
0000, 0035, 0047
1972
0000
0081
0072
0072
1972
0089, 0000, 0035, 0037,
0045, 0042, 0041
1972
0739, 0042
0739
1972
0000, 0047, 0072
0037
0072
0000
0067, 0041
0035, 0037
0037, 0240
0000, 0037, 0042, 0067
1972
0000
0000, 0240, 0072
0081
0000, 0240, 0072
0240
0035
0060, 0240, 0043
0240
0000, 0240, 0072
0000, 0240, 0072
0000
1278, 0000, 0037, 0240,
0072
1781, 0000, 0618, 0035,
0037, 0048, 0039, 081,
0240
0035, 008,0240
0037
0037, 0209
0035, 0081, 0162
1972
1237, 0000, 0035, 0037,
0048, 0039, 0047, 0162,
0240, 0104, 0209, 0072
Motorola
Movie Walker
Multitech
NAD
NAP
NEC
Newtech
Nikko
Nikkodo
Nishi
Niveus Media
Noblex
Northgate
Olympus
Onkyo
Optimus
Orion
Panama
Panasonic
Penney
Penneys
Pentax
Philco
Philips
Pilot
Pioneer
Polk Audio
Profi tronic
Proscan
Protec
Protech
Pulsar
Pulser
Quartz
Quasar
RCA
61
Code
0037
1972
0240
1972
0042
0807, 0000, 0060, 0048,
0047, 0042, 0067, 0043,
0041
0035, 0048
0072
0000, 0039, 0072
0240, 0104
0035, 0037, 0039, 0033,
0042
0067, 0104, 0041
0072
0037
0037
0240
1972
0240
1972
0035, 0162, 0104
0222
0000, 0035, 0037,1062,
0048, 0047, 0162, 0240,
1479, 0000, 0184, 0240,
0104, 0121, 0209
0035
0225, 1035, 0000, 0614,
0616, 0035, 1062, 0162
1237, 1035, 0035, 0037,
0042, 0240
0000, 0035, 0037, 0047,
0081, 0162, 0042, 0067,
0240
0042
0000, 0035, 0081, 0209
0000, 0616, 0618, 0739,
0035, 0048, 0081, 0162,
0045, 0209
0037
0081, 0162, 0042, 0067
0081
0240
1060, 0060
0000, 0072
0072
0039, 0240
0240
0035, 0047
1035, 0035, 0162
1035, 1060, 0807, 0000,
0880, 0035, 0060, 0048,
0045, 0042, 0240
ENGLISH
MGN Technology
MTC
MTC
MTX
Magnasonic
Manufacturer
Code
Programming Your Remote Control
Manufacturer
RadioShack
Radix
Randex
Realistic
ReplayTV
Ricavision
Runco
STS
SV2000
SVA
TT Nokia
JVC
Janeil
Jensen
Samsung
Samtron
Sanky
Sansui
Sanyo
Scott
Sears
Sharp
Shintom
Shogun
Siemens
Signature
Signature 2000
Singer
Sonic Blue
Sony
Soundmaster
Stack 9
Sylvania
Manufacturer
Code
Symphonic
Systemax
TMK
TNIX
Tagar Systems
Tandy
Tatung
0000, 0035, 0037, 0048,
0047, 0162, 0240, 0104
0037
0037
0000, 0035, 0037, 0048,
0047, 0162, 0240, 0104,
0121
0614, 0616
1972
0039
0042
0000, 0072
0000
0240, 0041
0067, 0041
0240
0067, 0041
0000,1014, 0739, 0060,
0045, 0240
0240
0048, 0039
1479, 0000,0067, 0240,
0209, 0041, 0072
0159, 0000, 0047, 0240,
0104
0184, 0045, 0121, 0043
1237, 0000, 0035, 0060,
0037, 0048, 0039, 0047,
0033, 0162, 0045, 0042,
0067, 0104, 0043, 0209,
0041, 0072
0807, 0000,0048, 0047,
0032
0000,0039, 0240, 0072
0240
0037, 0104
0035
0000, 0035,
0060, 0037, 0048
0037, 0240, 0072
0614, 0616
1232, 0000, 0636,1972,
0035, 0047, 0032, 0033,
0067
0000
1972
1781, 0000, 0035, 0081,
0043
Teac
Technics
Teknika
Telecorder
Telefunken
Thomas
Thomson
Tivo
Tocom
Toshiba
Totevision
Touch
Trix
Ultra
Unitech
Vector
Vector Research
Vextra
Victor
Video Concepts
Videomagic
Videosonic
Viewsonic
Villain
Voodoo
Wards
White Westinghouse
World
XR-1000
XR1000
Yamaha
ZT Group
Zenith
62
Code
0000, 0240
1972
0000, 0240
0037
1972
0000, 0104
0000, 0048, 0081, 0067,
0041
0000, 0067, 0041
0000, 0035, 0060, 0037,
0039, 0162
0000, 0035, 0037
0240
0041
0000
0060, 0041
0618, 0636, 0739, 1503
0240
0845, 1145, 0000,1503,
1008, 1972, 0045, 0240,
0043, 0209, 0041
0037, 0240
1972
0037
0045
0240
0045
0184
0072
0067, 0041
0045
0037
0000, 0240, 0072
1972
0000
1972
0000, 0035, 0060, 0037,
0048, 0039, 0047, 0081,
0033, 0045, 0042, 0240,
0043, 0041, 0072
000, 0209, 0072
0209
0000, 0035, 0072
0000, 0035, 0240, 0072
0041
1972
1479, 0000, 0037, 0039,
0033, 0209, 0041
Programming Your Remote Control
DVD Players
Manufacturer
Apex Digital
Aspire Digital
Audiovox
Axion
Blaupunkt
Blue Parade
Blue Sky
Brandt
Broksonic
California Audio Labs
Celestial
Centrex
CineVision
Cinea
Citizen
Clairtone
Coby
Craig
Creative
Curtis Mathes
CyberHome
Cytron
DVD2000
Daewoo
Dansai
Decca
Denon
Denver
DiViDo
Digitrex
Disney
Dual
Durabrand
Electrohome
Emerson
Enterprise
Entivo
Enzer
Firstline
Fisher
Funai
GE
GPX
Gateway
General Electric
Go Video
0503, 0539
1016
0641
0899, 0770, 0705
0672, 0717
0790
0869
0533, 0672, 1056,1061,
0830, 0794, 0796,0797,
1100, 1020, 0717, 0755
0672, 1056, 1061, 0830,
0794, 0796, 0797, 1100,
1004, 1020, 0717, 0755
1168
0790, 0717, 1071, 1121,
1122
1071
0717
0571
0695, 0699
0651
0695, 0868
0490
1020
0672, 1004
0869, 0876, 0833
0831
1003, 1277
0571
0778, 1107
0831
0503, 0539
1087
0816, 1023,1117,1024,
1129, 0874
0705
0521
0869, 1172,0784,0770,
1169, 0705, 0833
0770
0770
0490, 0634
0778
0705
0672
0675, 1270
0675
1127
1003
0675, 0821, 1268,0591
0591
0503, 0539
0770
Go Vision
GoldStar
Goodmans
Gradiente
Greenhill
Grundig
Harman/Kardon
Hitachi
Hiteker
IRT
Initial
Integra
JBL
JMB
JVC
Jensen
KLH
KLH Digital
Kawasaki
Kenwood
Kloss
Koss
LG
Lasonic
Lecson
Lenoxx
Lite-On
LiteOn
Loewe
Logix
Magnasonic
Magnavox
Marantz
McIntosh
Medion
Memorex
Microsoft
Minato
Mintek
Mitsubishi
NAD
63
Code
0651
0670
0675, 1268, 1334
0522, 0717, 0815
0699
1158, 1073
0717
0573,1075, 1044,0744,
0717, 0869, 0741,0783,
1158, 1099, 1304,1730,
0833, 0715
1071
0801, 0869, 0741
0790
0490, 0651
0717
0539, 0705
0582, 0702
0573, 0664, 1247
0672
0783
0717
0571, 0627
0702
0695
0623, 1164, 0558, 0867
1016
1020, 0790, 0717, 1149
0717
0790
0490, 0534
0533
1061, 0651
0801, 0591, 0869, 0741
0798, 0627
1533
1127
1058, 1158
1058, 1158, 1416, 1440
0511, 0741
0783
0675, 0651
0503, 0539,0675, 0646,
0821
0503, 0539, 0675
1533
0651
0695, 1270, 0831
0522
0752
0717, 0839
0521, 1521
0591, 0741
ENGLISH
3D LAB
Advent
Aiwa
Akai
Alba
Alco
Allegro
Apex
Manufacturer
Code
Programming Your Remote Control
Manufacturer
NEC
Naiko
Nesa
NexxTech
Norcent
Onkyo
Optimus
Orion
Oritron
Palsonic
Panasonic
Philips
Phonotrend
PianoDisc
Pioneer
Polaroid
Polk Audio
Portland
Prima
ProVision
Proceed
Proscan
Prosonic
Qwestar
RCA
RadioShack
Radionette
Realistic
Reoc
Revoy
Rio
Rotel
Rowa
SVA
Saba
Sampo
Samsung
Manufacturer
Code
Sansui
Sanyo
0785, 0869
0770
0717
1402
1003, 1107
0792, 0503, 0627
0571
0695
0651
0672
0503, 0490, 1762,0703,
1362, 1462, 1490, 0571
0503, 0539, 0675,1267,
0646, 0854, 1354, 1260
0699
1024
0571, 0525, 0631
1061, 1020
0539
0770
1016
0778
0672
0522
0699
0651
0522, 0571,0822, 1132,
1022, 0790, 0717
0571
0741
0571
0752
0699
0869
0623
1004, 0823
0717
0651
0752
0490, 0573,0820, 1075,
0899, 1044, 0744
Schneider
Schwaiger
Sensory Science
Sharp
Sharper Image
Sherwood
Shinsonic
Slim Art
Sonic Blue
Sony
Sova
Superscan
Sylvania
Symphonic
Tatung
Teac
Technics
Technika
Tevion
Theta Digital
Thomson
Toshiba
US Logic
USLogic
Unimax
Universum
Urban Concepts
Venturer
Wesder
Xbox
Yamaha
Zenith
Zeus
iLo
CARE
• Keep the remote dry. If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
• Use and store the unit only in normal temperature environments.
• Handle the remote gently and carefully. Don’t drop it.
• Wipe the remote with a damp cloth to keep it looking like new.
64
Code
0695
0695, 0675, 0670, 1334,
0873
0783
0752
1158
0675, 1256, 0752, 0630
1117
0770, 1043
0533, 0839
0784
0573, 0869 ,0783, 1099,
0715
0533, 1033, 1431, 0864,
1533
1122
0821
0675, 0821, 1268, 0630
0675, 0821, 1268, 1334
0770
0809, 0571, 0790, 0717
0490, 0703
0770
0651
0571
0511, 0522
0503, 0695, 1045, 1154,
0573, 0539
0839
0839
0770
0591
0503, 0539
0790
0699
0522
0490, 0539, 0545
0503, 0591, 0869, 0741
0784
1348
20070227