LG | LST-4100P | LG LST-4100P Owner’s Manual

Definition
Television Receiver
High
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
:
LST-4100P
Before
connecting, operating
please
read this owner's manual
or
adjusting this product,
carefully and completely.
Safety
Precautions
CAUTION:
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
COVER
DO NOT OPEN
(OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
THE LIGHTNING FLASH WITH ARROWHEAD
SYMBOL, WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE, IS INTENDED
TO ALERT THE USER TO THE PRESENCE OF UNINSULATED "DANGEROUS VOLTAGE" WITHIN THE PRODUCT'S ENCLOSURE THAT MAY BE OF SUFFICIENT MAGNITUDE TO CONSTITUTE A RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK TO PERSONS.
THE EXCLAMATION POINT WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE IS INTENDED TO ALERT THE USER TO THE
PRESENCE OF IMPORTANT OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE
(SERVICING)
INSTRUCTIONS IN THE LITERA-
TURE ACCOMPANYING THE APPLIANCE.
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK
The
on
apparatus shall
the apparatus.
not be
HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
exposed
WARNING: Do not install this
to
dripping
equipment
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC
or
in
a
splashing
and that
no
objects
confined space such
as a
filled with
book
liquids,
case or
such
as
vases, shall be
placed
similar unit.
SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT AND FULLY INSERT.
CAUTION
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MODIFY THIS PRODUCT IN ANY WAY WITHOUT WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FROM LG ELECTRONICS
CORPORATION. UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATION COULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THIS PRODUCT.
THIS EQUIPMENT IS INTENDED TO RECEIVE AND DECODE SIGNALS TRANSMITTED ACCORDING TO DVB AND IS
INTENDED TO BE USED WITH AN APPROPRIATE ANTENNA AND DISPLAY DEVICE THAT YOU MUST PROVIDE.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION:
PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS INSTALLATION
AND OPERATING GUIDE AND THOSE MARKED ON THE UNIT. RETAIN THIS GUIDE FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE.
This set has been
designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper use can result in electric shock
safeguards incorporated in this unit will protect you if you observe the following procedures for
installation, use, and servicing.
This unit does not contain any parts that can be repaired by the user.
or
fire hazard. The
DO NOT REMOVE THE CABINET
COVER, OR YOU MAY BE EXPOSED TO DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
1. Read these instructions.
All these
-
safety
instructions should be read before the
ating
operated.
and operis
product
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles,
the
2.
these instructions.
Keep
use
and the
The
-
safety, operating
point
where
they
exit from
apparatus.
and
instructions should be retained for future refer-
11.
Only
use
attachments/accessories
specified by
the manufacturer.
ence.
3. Heed all
warnings. All warnings on the product and
operating instructions should be adhered to.
in the
-
4. Follow all
instructions.
All
-
and
operating
use
instructions should be followed.
5. Do not
ple:
tub, in
this
use
a
apparatus
near
water.
For
--
exam-
bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink,
near a
wet
basement;
near a
laundry
swimming pool; etc.
12. Use
6. Clean
only
the wall
with
dry
cloth.
outlet before
only the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with appa-
Unplug this product from
cleaning. Do not use liquid
--
ratus. When
cleaners.
block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
7. Do not
-
Slots and
provided for
ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of the product,
and to protect it from over- heating. The openings
should never be blocked by placing the product on a
bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface. This product
should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a
bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided
and
the
openings
in the cabinet
manufacturer's
are
instructions
have
been
adhered to.
8. Do not install
near
any heat
sources
ators, heat registers, stoves,
(including amplifiers)
that
or
such
other
produce
as
radi-
a
cart is
used,
moving the cart/ apparatus
injury from tip-over.
13.
Unplug
this
use
caution when
combination to avoid
apparatus during lightning
when unused for
long periods
storms
14. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has
been damaged in any way, such as powersupply 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.
apparatus
heat.
9. Do not defeat the
safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding
type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not
fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement
or
of time.
of the obsolete outlet.
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INTRODUC
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
NORMAL OPERATION
SafetyPrecautions.........................2
IMPORTANTSAFETYINSTRUCTIONS.
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TableofContents..........................4
Front Panel Controls and
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Display Window
RemoteControlKeyFunctions...............6
Unpacking HDTV Receiver and
Accessories/Connection Overview.
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ConnectionPanelOverview..................8
InformationDisplays....................28-29
ProgramBannerDisplay..................28
ProgramInformationDisplay...............29
ProgramGuide...........................30
NormalOperation.........................31
ProgramSelection.......................31
VolumeAdjustment......................31
Signal................................32
List..................................32
Freeze................................32
INSTALLATION
Connections..............................9
ButtonsforTeletext......................32
AntennaConnections......................9
REFERENCE
AnalogMonitorConnections...............10
HD Monitor Component (YPbPr) Connections
11
Programming
HDMonitorRGBConnections..............12
RemoteControlCodesforTVs.
HDMonitorDVI-HDTVConnections.
Troubleshooting..........................37
Specifications............................38
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VCRConnections.......................14
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Amplifier(Receiver)Connections.
SettingtheDisplayFormat..................16
Screen Position Control (RGB/DVI port only)
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About the
the Remote Control to
symbols
Indicates hazards
MENU OPERATION
SetupMenuOptions.....................17-19
InitialSettings..........................17
AutoProgram..........................18
ProgramEdit...........................18
ManualProgramAdd.....................19
OptionMenuOptions....................20-22
itself
or
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the TV
Operate
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for instructions
likely to cause
damage.
harm to the unit
other material
Indicates
special operating
Indicates
tips
and hints for
features of this unit.
making
the task easier.
TimeSet..............................20
ScreenType...........................20
AspectRatio...........................21
DigitalAudioOutput......................22
AudioVariable..........................22
CaptionMenuOptions.....................23
Display...............................23
Language.............................23
Lock (Parental Control) Menu Options
24LockSystem...........................24
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SetPassword..........................24
BlockProgram..........................25
ParentalGuidance.......................26
GUIDEOptions...........................27
ProgramGuide.........................27
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Manufactured under license from
symbol
are
Dolby
Laboratories.
Dolby,
Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works. Copyright
1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
and the double-D
trademarks of
Front Panel Controls and
Display
Window
ArrowButtons(3/4/1/2)
Allow you to navigate on-screen menus and to adjust the system settings and preferences.
Use the arrow keys to move to a menu option and then use the OK button to access it.
If
no menu
is
displayed,the
LEFT/RIGHT
arrows
control the volume
UP/DOWN
arrows
setting
and the
select programs.
POWER
Turns the HDTV Receiver
on or
INTRODUC
off.
Remote Control Sensor
Receives
Display
signals
from the remote control.
Window
DISPLAY FORMAT
Sets the
output resolution
to formats and chooses the correct
display
format for your TV.
MENU
Shows the main
menu on
normal
the screen.You
viewing by pressing
can
return to
the EXIT button.
OK
If the main
displayed,pressing the OK button will activate the
option.If the OK button is pressed while you are in normal viewing, the Program Banner will be displayed.
menu
selected MENU
is
EXIT
Clears all
normal
Character indicators
Mode indicators
Indicates TV
or
Indicates program number,
volume level, etc.
Radio mode.
displays and returns to
viewing from any menu.
on-screen
Resolution indicator
Indicates
output resolution.
Standby indicator
Lights when the HDTV
Receiver is turned off.
Signal indicator
signal strength.
Indicates
Dolby Digital
Indicates audio track is
Dolby Digital.
HD indicator
Indicates
digital picture grade
is HD
(High Definition).
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Remote Control
Key
Functions
POWER
Turns the HDTV Receiver ON and
A.RATIO
the
Changes
AUDIO
TV/INPUT
Selects
program's
options
if available.
Selects
caption
To select the TV 's
source.
ratio.
picture aspect
OFF.
audio
language
TV
Sets
operational
mode of remote
control to the TV.
STB
Sets
operational
mode of remote
control to the HDTV Receiver.
Numbers
Chooses programs and enters
programming information.
TV/RADIO
Switches between TV and Radio
modes.
GUIDE
Display
s
the
Program
Guide.
DATE
Changes
the date of the
Guide when the
Program
Program Guide is
displayed.
mode if available.
SIGNAL
Shows the
of the
signal strength
current program.
PRE-PR
Turns to the
previous
program.
MENU
Accesses
or
closes main
menu.
EXIT
Removes all
on-screen
returns to TV
viewing
displays
from any
and
menu.
ARROWButtons(3/4/1/2)
Selects options in a menu.
OK
Completes the program number input
and promptly tunes to selected
program.
LIST
Displays
the program list.
FAV.
Changes
to the favorite program.
VOL +/-
Changes
volume.
(MUTE)
Pauses the audio
temporarily.That
is,volumes on/off temporarily.
INFO
Shows the current station and
program information
on
COLOR Buttons
It's for teletext
application.
TEXT
Switches between teletext mode and
normal TV
viewing.
MIX
Selects the
screen
background for teletext
(Opaque, User Transparency,
Transparency).
CANCEL
Hides the teletext
Moves to Index
is not
screen
Pressing
through the Program
Program Edit menu.
Guide
or
Enlarges
the text size to double in
the teletext mode.
FREEZE
Freezes the current
INDEX
Holds the teletext
If Index page
to page 100.
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SIZE
viewing. Pressing
returns the image
moves
screen.
memorized programs.
these buttons pages
a
page number.
screen.
present,
except
/
PR+/-andPAGE(
Selects
the
the automatic
image during TV
again
the button
to live video.
display and stops
page change in the
teletext mode.
SUBPAGE
Searches the
sub-page using
the
sub-code. If it's not in the teletext
mode, display the
current time.
HELP
Displays
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the
help
message.
Unpacking
Make
sure
HDTV Receiver and Accessories/Connection Overview
you have received all the accessories listed below with the
High
High
Definition Television Receiver.
INTRODUC
Definition Television Receiver
The HDTV Receiver is
sending
the
signals
capable
of
receiving signals
from over-the-air antenna
sources
and
to your TV.
Included with the Receiver
are
Audio Cable
the
following
accessories.
Video Cable
Component (YPbPr)
Cable
RF Cable
Remote Control
2 AAA Batteries
Audio/Video Jacks and Cables
The Audio/Video
jacks provide excellent picture and sound quality. They are
making most Audio/Video connections between components. The
Audio/Video jacks may be color coded (yellow for video, red for right audio,
and white for left audio). If your component has only one input for audio
(mono), connect it to the left (white L/mono) audio jack on the HDTV
used for
Receiver.
Component Out Jacks and Cables
Component Cables are used to connect the HDTV Receiver to an industry
standard YPbPr compatible HD Monitor (green for Y, blue for Pb, and red
for Pr). Remember to connect the left and right audio cables. The YPbPr
Component jacks carry only the picture signals, not the sound.
ANT LOOP OUT
Jack, and RF Cable
ANT LOOP OUT
and the TV and
provides an RF connection between the
provides the signal of ANT IN jack to TV.
HDTV Receiver
Remote Control
In addition to the HDTV Receiver, the remote control
can
be
programmed
to
control many other devices.
Batteries
To install the batteries, slide open the
two AAA batteries provided.
Remote Control
battery compartment
and insert the
Operation Range
Point the remote control at the remote
AAA
Distance: About 7
Angle:
m
sensor and press the buttons.
from the front of the remote sensor.
About 30° in each direction of the front of the remote
sensor.
AAA
Remote Control
Battery
Remove the
batteries
and
Installation
battery cover on the rear of the
(size AAA) with
aligned correctly. Reinstall cover.
remote
control, and insert
two
Caution
Do not mix old and
new
batteries. Never mix different
types of batteries (stan-
dard, alkaline, etc.).
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Connection Panel Overview
ANT IN
Connect to HDTV
signal source;external/internal
antenna.
VIDEO OUT
Connect to
a
TV with video
inputs.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Connect to
a
TV with YPbPr
COAXIAL
Connect to
inputs.
(Digital audio out jack)
digital (coaxial) audio equipment.
AUTHORIZED SERVICE ONLY
Is used
for authorized service purposes.
only
DVI OUT
Connect to
a
TV with DVI-DTV
connector.
AC Power Cord
Plug
into the
power
source.
OPTICAL
(Digital audio out jack)
digital (optical)audio
equipment.
Connect to
RGB OUT
Connect to
a
TV with RGB-DTV
inputs.
VIDEO OUT SELECT
Select either COMPONENT
or
RGB/DVI
depending
you connect the HDTV Receiver to the TV.
Variable AUDIO OUT
Connect to
a
(Left/Right)
TV, amplifier, receiver
or
stereo
S-VIDEO OUT
Connect to
a
TV with S-Video
inputs.
ANT LOOP OUT
RF
Do not touch the inner
Electrostatic
8
discharge
pins
may
output
of the
cause
to TV 's "Antenna In
jacks
on
the
rear
"
jack
or
other devices.
panel.
permanent damage
to the unit.
system.
on
how
Connections
Antenna Connections
1
Connect the "Antenna" to the "ANT IN"
jack
on
the HDTV Receiver
using
a
coaxial RF cable.
ote
There
might
antenna to
2
be
an
some areas
where the
signal strength
could be too
attenuator. Screw the attenuator onto the "ANT IN"
Connect the "ANT LOOP OUT"
jack
on
high.
jack.
If so, you may need to connect the
the HDTV Receiver to the "Antenna In"
jack
on
your TV
using
a
coaxial
RF cable.
Antenna
Antenna
Wall Jack Panel
TV
or
Other Device Connection Panel
ANTENNA
S-VIDEO
INPUT
INPUT
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
Pr
Pb
Y
VIDEO
INPUT
L
AUDIO INPUT
L
R
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
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INSTAL O
Connections
Formats Overview
Display
?
(Continued)
The HDTV STB offers various
display formats and multiple video outputs.When the HDTV Tuner
systems,the HDTV Tuner can provide video signal formats 1080i, 720p, 576p, and 576i.
1080i,720p,576p,and 576i modes are available for component video (YPbPr)outputs.
1080i,720p,and 576p modes are available for RGB and DVI outputs.
is connected to
A/V
?
?
?
?
576i mode is available for VIDEO,S-VIDEO,and COMPONENT VIDEO outputs.
The HDTV Tuner has two digital audio outputs;Dolby Digital 5.1 and PCM.The HDTV Tuner sends out
audio
signal
to OPTICAL and COAXIAL audio
outputs when digital broadcasts
are
being
received
by
a
digital
the HDTV
Tuner.
Analog
Monitor Connections
Antenna
TV Connection Panel
Antenna
ANTENNA
Wall Jack Panel
S-VIDEO
INPUT
VIDEO
INPUT
INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
L
OR
RL
OR
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
1
Connect the "Antenna" to the "ANT IN"
jack
on
the HDTV Receiver
using
a
coaxial RF cable.
ote
There
might
antenna to
2
be
an
some areas
where the
signal strength
could be too
attenuator. Screw the attenuator onto the "ANT IN"
Connect the "ANT LOOP OUT"
jack
on
high. If so, you may need
jack. (Refer to page 9.)
the HDTV Receiver to the "Antenna In"
jack
on
to connect the
your TV
using
a
coaxial
RF cable.
Connect the "AUDIO OUT" and "VIDEO OUT"
3 using RCA-type
(The
jacks
on
the HDTV Receiver to the "A/V IN"
cables. If your TV is equipped with an S-Video jack,
VIDEO OUT SELECT switch must be set to COMPONENT.)
use
jacks on
jack.
your TV
the S-VIDEO OUT
ote
When
using Composite
A.V.
(yellow connector)
operate if 576i format is selected.
10
or
S-video
outputs from HDTV STB, MENU will only appear and
Connections
HD Monitor
(Continued)
Component (YPbPr) Connections
Antenna
HD
Ready
INSTAL O
TV Connection Panel
Antenna
ANTENNA
Wall Jack Panel
INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
Pr
b
Y
L
VIDEO
INPUT
R
OR
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
1
Connect the "Antenna" to the "ANT IN"
jack
on
the HDTV Receiver
using
a
coaxial RF cable.
ote
There
might
antenna to
2
be
an
some areas
where the
signal strength
could be too
attenuator. Screw the attenuator onto the "ANT IN"
Connect the "ANT LOOP OUT"
jack
on
high. If so, you may need
jack. (Refer to page 9.)
the HDTV Receiver to the "Antenna In"
jack
on
to connect the
your TV
using
a
coaxial
RF cable.
Connect the "COMPONENT OUT"
3 using RCA-type
Display
Format
cables.
on
(The
page 16)
Connect the L/R "AUDIO OUT"
4 RCA-type
jacks
on
the HDTV Receiver to the "COMPONENT IN"
jacks
of your TV
Setting the
VIDEO OUT SELECT switch must be set to COMPONENT, refer to
jacks
on
the HDTV Receiver to the L/R "AUDIO IN"
jacks
on
your TV
using
cables.
ote
1080i, 720p, 576p, and 576i modes
are
available for
component video (YPbPr) outputs.
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Connections
(Continued)
HD Monitor RGB Connections
Antenna
HD
Ready
TV Connection Panel
Antenna
Wall Jack Panel
ANTENNA
S-VIDEO
INPUT
INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
L
VIDEO
INPUT
RGB INPUT
R
OR
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
Connect the "Antenna" to the "ANT IN"
11
jack
on
the HDTV Receiver
using
a
coaxial RF cable.
ote
There
might
antenna to
be
an
some areas
where the
Connect the "ANT LOOP OUT"
2
signal strength
could be too
attenuator. Screw the attenuator onto the "ANT IN"
jack
on
high. If so, you may need
jack. (Refer to page 9.)
the HDTV Receiver to the "Antenna In"
jack
on
to connect the
your TV
using
a
coaxial
RF cable.
Connect the "RGB OUT"
3
connector.
(The
jack
on
Connect the L/R "AUDIO OUT"
4 RCA-type
the HDTV Receiver to the "RGB IN for DTV"
VIDEO OUT SELECT switch must be set to
jacks
on
the HDTV Receiver to the L/R "AUDIO IN"
cables.
ote
1080i, 720p, and 576p modes
12
are
jack
available for RGB
outputs.
of your TV
using VGA-type
RGB/DVI.)
jacks
on
your TV
using
Connections
(Continued)
HD Monitor DVI-HDTV Connections
Antenna
HD
Ready
TV Connection Panel
Antenna
ANTENNA
Wall Jack Panel
S-VIDEO
INPUT
VIDEO
INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
INPUT
L
INSTAL O
DVI-HDTV INPUT
R
OR
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
11
Connect the "Antenna" to the "ANT IN"
jack
on
the HDTV Receiver
using
a
coaxial RF cable.
ote
There
might
antenna to
2
3
be
an
some areas
where the
signal strength
could be too
attenuator. Screw the attenuator onto the "ANT IN"
Connect the "ANT LOOP OUT"
jack
on
high. If so, you may need
jack. (Refer to page 9.)
the HDTV Receiver to the "Antenna In"
jack
on
to connect the
your TV
using
coaxial
a
RF cable.
Connect the "DVI OUT"
connector.
(The
jack
Connect the L/R "AUDIO OUT"
4 RCA-type
the HDTV Receiver to the "DVI IN for DTV"
on
VIDEO OUT SELECT switch must be set to
jacks
on
jack
of your TV
using
DVI-D
type
RGB/DVI.)
the HDTV Receiver to the L/R "AUDIO IN"
jacks
on
your TV
using
cables.
ote
?
1080i, 720p, and 576p modes
?
A DVI-HDTV
input
find out if the TV
?
is
or
Some HD Monitors
are
that is
available for DVI
outputs.
compliant with EIA-861 specifications. Check your TV or monitor's
monitor's DVI input is compliant with these specifications.
designed for PC applications using DVI-D may not work with this connection.
one
user
manual to
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Connections
(Continued)
VCR Connections
VCR Connection Panel
VIDEO
INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
L
R
L
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
Connect the L/R "AUDIO OUT"
and "VIDEO OUT"
VCR
VCR is
using RCA-type
cables.
jacks
(If your
equipped
jack
with
on
an
the HDTV Receiver to the "A/V in"
S-Video
jack,
use
the "S-Video"
jacks
jack.)
on
your
Caution
If the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch is set to COMPONENT and 576i
record
display onto the tape during recording
the program is changed with PR (+/--)
the sound level is adjusted with VOL (+/--)
or by pressing the OK button, etc.
an onscreen
display
format is
selected, the VCR will
if:
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The
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caption signal
is recorded when the
display
format
settings
are
set to 576i.
(Refer
to page
16.)
Connections
(Continued)
Amplifier (Receiver) Connections
Amplifier (Receiver)
L
R
INSTAL O
Connection Panel
COAXIAL
IO IN
OPTICAL
DIGITAL INPUT
OR
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
Connecting
to
an
amplifier equipped
Connect the Left and
Right
amplifier, receiver,
stereo
or
AUDIO OUT
with two channel
jacks
on
analog
stereo
or
Dolby
the HDTV Receiver to the audio left and
one
input jack
on
Digital
A
digital
of the HDTV Receiver's DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
your
amplifier.
Use
an
in
jacks
on
your
optional digital (optical
or
jacks (OPTICAL or COAXIAL)
coaxial) audio cable.
to
an
to the
Audio/ Video
corresponding
or
Multi-channel sound
multi-channel connection
receiver that
right
system, using the supplied audio cables.
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with two channel digital stereo (PCM)
receiver equipped with a multi-channel decoder (Dolby DigitalTM)
Connect
Surround
supports
provides
one or more
the receiver manual and the
logos
the best sound
of the audio formats
on
quality. For this
supported by your
you need a multi-channel Audio/Video
HDTV Receiver (Dolby Digital). Check
the front of the receiver.
15
the
Setting
Display
Format
The HDTV Receiver
MAT button
olution may be
Display
provides several display formats. The DISPLAY FORpanel changes the output resolution. The output resconverted from the original broadcast format.
the front
on
Format
Depending
on
the
Setting
type of monitor that the HDTV Receiver is connected
to, press DISPLAY FORMAT repeatedly
desired
on
the front
panel
to select
output resolution (1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i).
ote
Depending
?
the
on
type of monitor that the HDTV Receiver is connected to,
set the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch's
DISPLAY FORMAT
?
Display
position (COMPONENT
or
RGB/DVI).
If you press DISPLAY FORMAT when the on-screen
the TV screen, the on-screen display will disappear.
Format modes
Input Signal
format
display
Output Signal
1080i
all formats
1080i
720p
all formats
720p
576p
all formats
576p
576i
all formats
576i
OUTPUT CONNECTION
AVAILABLE FORMATS
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
1080i/720p/576p/576i
RGB OUT
1080i/720p/576p
DVI OUT
1080i/720p/576p
VIDEO OUT
All formats converted to 576i
S-VIDEO OUT
All formats converted to 576i
Screen Position Control
on
format
(RGB/DVI port only)
You
can use
using
(Refer
You
1.
appears
RGB
this function
or
only when your HD Receiver is connected to HDTV
DVI connector and VIDEO OUT SELECT is set to RGB or DVI.
to pages
can move
Press the
12-13.)
the
screen
position
in the
RED, GREEN, YELLOW,
following
ways:
BLUE, and OK buttons in order.
(R→G→Y→B→OK)
The Position Control
2.
Use the
You
the
3.
3
/
4
can move
digit
screen
will appear.
/ 1 / 2 buttons to
the
next to
screen
adjust
in vertical
or
the
position
of the
screen.
horizontal direction
as
much
as
Up/Down/Left/Right.
Press the EXIT button to exit the Position Control
screen.
ote
While
positioning, there might be some phenomenon such as
improper colour output according to TV models.
Therefore, in case of improper colour output, you can revert direction
screen position step by step until you get normal colour output.
screen
blinking
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screen
or
of
Initial
Settings
In this
system, there
menu
vided. Most
menus
are several ways to customize the settings proconsist of three levels to set up the options, but some
require greater depth
for the
variety
of
settings.
ton, only the first and second level of the
screen.
The third level
can
label to
menu
To show and
help
remove
If you press the MENU buton the TV
system will appear
be
than three levels, the pop-up
fifth level. For navigating the
of the
menu
displayed by pressing OK. If a menu has more
dialogue box will be displayed as the fourth or
2
menu levels, you will see
on the right side
"
"
you go to the next level.
the Menu:
Press the MENU button
on
press of the MENU button
TV viewing.
the remote control to
or a
display
the
menu.
A second
press of the EXIT button will take you back to
To go to the next level:
Press "OK" (or 2 ") on the remote control.
"
To go back to the previous level:
Press MENU (or 1 ") on the remote control.
"
General
1
2
3
4
5
4
Operation
Press MENU.
The main
Use
/
3
4
menu
will appear.
to select the desired
While the desired
menu
option
menu
is
option.
selected, press
2 or OK to move
to the second level.
Use
/
3
Press 2
Some
4
to select the second
or
menu
OK to
move
menu
option.
to the third level.
options require
additional
Press MENU to return to the
remote control to return to
steps.
previous menu
TV viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
Help Function
The
designed to let you understand each function of the
easy and convenient way. As you navigate through the Menu,
press HELP button on your remote control if you want information about the
highlighted option. The information will be displayed on the right side of the
Help
Menu in
feature is
an
highlighted option.
HELP button
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MENUOPRATI
Setup
Menu
Options
Auto
Program
finds all programs (digital), and stores all the active channels
the channel list. Inactive or weak programs may not appear on the
list. In that case, add missing programs manually with the Manual Add menu.
Automatically
found
on
The program list created here
1
2
Press MENU to
display
Select the SETUP
can
the
be
in the
Program
Edit
menu.
on-screen menu.
using
menu
seen
/
3
then press OK
4
or 2
to
move
to
the second level.
3
Select the Auto
Program using 3 /
begins.
4
When program search is
found appears on the TV
The program search process
ing OK, MENU or EXIT.
4
then press OK or 2.
can stop the process
You
complete,
by
press-
the lowest program number
screen.
Edit
Program
Program Edit allows you to add or delete programs from the program list in
memory manually and create your own favorite list of favorite programs.
Press FAV. on the remote control when a program is highlighted.
1
Press MENU to
display
Select the SETUP
2
3 Program
the
on-screen menu.
menu
using
3
/
4
then press OK
or 2
Edit
using
3
/
4
then press OK
or
to
move
to
the second level.
Select the
To
Program
Edit
move one
Use 3 / 4 to
To
menu
move
To add
button to
a
or
on
the
Program
Edit
menu.
move
to the next
or
previous
page
the
program:
delete the program
or
on
delete the program
Press MENU to return to the
the
Program
Edit
menu.
a
Favorite program.
previous menu
viewing.
or
press EXIT
remote control to return to TV
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Deleted programs
18
on
favorite list:
Press FAV. to add
4
step
page:
)
delete
a
one
menu.
Press OK to add
To create
by
by
/
(
Edit
or
one:
move
page
Use PAGE
Program
by
2.
appears.
can
not be selected
using
the PR
(+/--)
buttons.
on
the
Setup
Menu
Options (Continued)
Manual
Add
Program
This feature allows you to add
or
delete programs
manually
while
monitoring
signal strength.
1
Press MENU to
Select the SETUP
2
3
4
5
6 Repeat steps
the
display
menu
on-screen menu.
using
3
/
4
then press OK
or 2
to
move
to
the second level.
Select the Manual Add
Manual Add
menu
using
3
/
4
then press OK
or
2.
appears.
Select
a program to add
Manual Add menu.
or
delete
using
3
/
4
buttons with the
Press OK to confirm your selection.
Manual Add
4-5 to add
or
delete additional programs with the
menu.
ote
You
7
can
only
add the selected program if the
Press MENU to return to the
signal strength
previous menu
viewing.
or
is shown.
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
19
MENUOPRATI
Option
Menu
Options
Time Set
Enables the
signals
rent time
1
2
adjust the time zone. Normally,
by DTV stations. Choosing your
automatically.
to
user
transmitted
Press MENU to
display
Select the OPTION
3Use
3/4to
the
menu
your clock is set using
time zone sets the cur-
on-screen menu.
using
3
/
4
then press OK
or
2.
selecttheClockoptionthenpress2orOKto
moveto
the third level.
4Use1/2tosetTimeZone.
5
Press MENU to return to the
previous menu
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
ote
?
There
are cases
where the TV station does not
time information
?
You have
Screen
You
1
can
causing the HDTV Receiver
way to manually set the clock.
no
send,
to set
sends wrong date and/or
incorrect time.
or
an
Type
choose your TV
type.
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
2Use3/4toselecttheOPTIONmenuthenpress2orOKtomove
to the second level.
3
Use
4
Press 2
5
Use
3
3
/
/
4
to select the Screen
or
4
OK to
move
to select
16:9: Select if
4:3: Select if
a
a
an
Type option.
to the third level.
option (16:9
or
4:3).
16:9 wide TV is connected.
standard 4:3 TV is connected.
ote
When
6
20
changing
the
screen
type, the TV
Press MENU to return to the
screen
previous menu
viewing.
remote control to return to TV
twinkles
or
a
short while.
press EXIT
on
the
Option
Menu
Options
Aspect Ratio
Lets you choose the
1
format
screen
according
the
screen
ratio.
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
2Use3/4toselecttheOPTIONmenuthenpress2orOKtomove
to the second level.
Options
if the Screen
Type
is
set to 16:9
3
Use
4
Press 2
3
/
4
to select the
or
OK to
Aspect
move
Ratio
option.
to the third level.
5Use3/4toselectanoption.
Press MENU to return to the
6
previous menu
viewing
or
press EXIT
the
on
remote control to return to TV
otes
Options
if the Screen
Type
is
?
If the program format is High Definition (16:9) and the Screen
ed is 4:3, the Aspect Ratio is set to Letter Box, Full, or Zoom.
Type
select-
?
If the program format is High Definition (16:9) and the Screen
ed is16:9, the Aspect Ratio is set to Pillar box, Full, or Zoom.
Type
select-
?
If the program format is Standard Definition (4:3) and the Screen Type
selected is 16:9, the Aspect Ratio is set to Pillar box, Full, or Zoom.
?
While
set to 4:3
ip
on
watching TV, you can change the picture
the remote control. To view a high definition
use
the A.RATIO button
(Letter Box, Full,
?
To view
button
a
on
high
To view
button
a
on
box, Full,
on
Zoom
definition
the remote control
).
picture
the remote control to
(Pillar box, Full,
?
or
or
with wide
change
(16:9) TV,
use
the A.RATIO
the wide mode in the
cycle
Zoom).
standard definition
picture with wide (16:9) TV,
change the wide mode in
the remote control to
or
aspect ratio using A.RATIO
picture with 4:3 normal TV,
to change the wide mode
use
the A.RATIO
the
cycle (Pillar
Zoom).
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MENUOPRATI
Option
Menu
Options (Continued)
Digital
Audio
Output
Sets the HDTV Receiver's
system you
Press MENU to
1
digital
Audio
Output according
to the
type of audio
use.
display
the
2
Select the OPTION
3
Select the Audio
4
Select the desired audio
on-screen menu.
using
menu
3
/
4
then press OK
Output option using
3
output using
3
/
4
2.
or
then press OK
2.
or
/ 4.
"Dolby Digital" if you connected the HDTV
jack to a Dolby Digital decoder (or an amplifiequipment with a Dolby Digital decoder).
Dolby Digital:
Select
Receiver's DIGITAL OUT
er or
other
PCM: Select when the HDTV Receiver's DIGITAL OUT
nected to
5
a
2-channel
digital
Press MENU to return to the
stereo
jack
is
con-
amplifier.
previous menu
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
Audio Variable
If the audio variable
decreased with
front
er.1
panel.
menu
is set to On, audio volume
by pressing
VOL
(+/--)
If set to off, audio volume
Press MENU to
display
the
Select the OPTION
3
Select Audio Variable
4
Select
5
Press MENU to return to the
an
can
not be controlled
using
3
/
/
4
then press OK
using
Audio Variable
be increased/
the remote control
or 1
by
/ 2
on
the
HDTV receiv-
on-screen menu.
2
menu
can
on
3
4
option (On
then press OK
or
Off) using
previous menu
viewing.
or
or
3
or
2.
2.
/ 4.
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
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Before
setting
the Audio Variable to
TV's volume to the minimum.
ing
22
or
speaker damage.
Off, make sure that you have turned down the
Otherwise, sudden high volume sound may cause hear-
Caption
Menu
Options
Display
If the
display menu is set to On, you can
Language is not displayed.
select
a
default
caption language.
If set to off,
Language
Selects
a default Caption language.
caption language options are English, French, and Spanish. Use the
menu to select a language. If the selected language is not available on the
current program, the caption language for the program is not displayed.
Options are:
English: English is selected for DTV captions.
French: French is selected for DTV captions.
Spanish: Spanish is selected for DTV captions.
The
ote
Caption
will appear
only
if
provided by
the broadcaster.
ip
?
?
If available, you
press
If captions
can
also select
a
caption language
while
viewing TV,
repeatedly.
are available, the DTV caption icon (
) appears on the program information display, Program Guide to indicate that you can select
one of those caption options with the
button.
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MENUOPRATI
Lock
(Parental Control)
Menu
Lock
Options
System
Allows you to set up specific programs and ratings through blocking
schemes. Also allows you to activate or disable all of the lock schemes
ously
set up. A
password is required
Lock System is set to Off,
When the
previgain access to the LOCK menus.
the Program and Program Rating are
to
not effective.
1
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
2Use3/4toselecttheLOCKthenpress2orOKtomovetothe
second level.
When you have not entered
Enter "0000" password using
4-digit security password.
When you have
already
a
password yet;
the numbered buttons to create
entered
a
Enter the 4-digit password using the
personal 4-digit security password.
Use
3
4
5Use
6
3
/
Press 2
4
to select the Lock
or
OK to
3/4to
move
a
personal
password;
numbered buttons to confirm the
System option.
to the third level.
selectanoption(OnorOff).
Press MENU to return to the
previous menu
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
on
the
remote control to return to TV
Set Password
Changes
1
2
3
4
5
6
24
the
Follow
Use
3
password.
steps
/
Press 2
4
1-2
as
shown above
(Lock System).
to select the Set Password
or
OK to
Enter the
new
Enter the
same
move
4-digit
code
option.
to the third level.
code.
again.
Press MENU to return to the
previous menu
viewing.
remote control to return to TV
or
press EXIT
Lock
(Parental Control)
Menu
Block
Options (Continued)
Program
Blocks any program that you do not want to view or that you do not want
your kids to watch. If you tune in a blocked program, a black screen with a
pop-up box will appear. This menu can override Program Edit menu settings
(page 18).
1
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
2Use3/4toselecttheLOCKthenpress2orOKtomovetothe
second level.
When you have not entered
Enter "0000"
password using
4-digit security password.
When you have
already
password yet;
a
the numbered buttons to create
entered
a
Enter the 4-digit password using the
personal 4-digit security password.
3
Use
3
/
to select the Block
4
The program list
To
move
move
move
numbered buttons to confirm the
Program.
appears.
by
one
step
on
the block program
menu.
page-by-page:
Use PAGE
/
(
block program
To lock
password;
one-by-one:
Use 3 / 4 to
To
screen
personal
a
or
)
button to
move
to the next
or
previous
page
on
the
menu.
unlock
Press OK to block
The
a
or
program:
unblock the program on the block program menu.
right of the station name to indicate the
mark will appear to the
blocked program.
Repeat step
4 gram
list
5
3 to block
or
unblock additional programs in the pro-
menu.
Press MENU to return to the
previous menu
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
25
MENUOPRATI
Lock
(Parental Control)
Menu
Options (Continued)
Parental Guidance
You
set the
can
specified
1
ratings
to block out all the programs with
ratings
above
a
level.
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
2Use3/4toselecttheLOCKthenpress2orOKtomovetothe
second level.
When you have not entered
Enter "0000" password using
4-digit security password.
When you have
a
password yet;
the numbered buttons to create
entered
already
password;
a
Enter the 4-digit password using the
personal 4-digit security password.
Use
3
/
4
numbered buttons to confirm the
to select the Parent Guidance
3
4
4Use3/4toselectarating.
Press 2
or
OK to
move
(Pre school)
C
(Children's)
G
(General Audiences):
PG
(Parental
Guidance
option.
to the third level.
All Block: All programs with
P
personal
a
a
rating
are
blocked.
Content is not offensive to most viewers.
Recommended):
Content is such that
parents
may not want their children to view the program.
M
(Mature Audience 15+): Mature Audience only.
Only. This program is specifically designed to be
Mature Audience
viewed
by
adults and
therefore may be unsuitable for children under 15.
MA
(Mature
Only. This
Adult Audience
15+):
Mature Adult
only.Mature Audience
by adults and
program is specifically designed to be viewed
therefore may be unsuitable for children under 15.
AV
R
(Adult
(Restricted 18+):
sex
26
strong violence 15+)
Not for children under age 18.
Strong
elements of
and/or violence.
Blocking
5
Audience
Off: Cancel the
blocking
Press MENU to return to the
previous menu
viewing.
remote control to return to TV
or
press EXIT
on
the
GUIDE
Options
Program Guide
The
Program Guide contains schedule and program information for all
programs. It also provides local over-the-air programs information including
conventional digital programs. Use the Program Guide to find programs easily and conveniently and view schedule and descriptive program information
by
Time and General classifications.
ip
You
can
also
display
the
remote control. Refer to
1
Program Guide by pressing GUIDE button on
Program on pages 30 for detailed information.
the
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
2Use3/4toselecttheGUIDEmenuthenpress2orOKtomoveto
Program
option.
3
display
Program
4
the second level.
Use
3
/
Press 2
4
to select the
or
OK to
Guide
the
Guide.
5Use1/2/3/4toselectaprogramthenpressOKtogetmore
viewing.
6
information for the program.
Press EXIT to return to TV
ote
The information for program
station.
guide
and time may differ
depending
on
the TV
27
MENUOPRATI
Information
Displays
Program
abc
The
Banner
Program
the OK button
ed 1
Display
Banner appears whenever you tune to a new program
on the remote control while viewing a program.
or
press
Press OK while
watching a program
Program Banner appears on the TV screen (program number, digital
picture grade, audio, station name, and current time).
The Program Banner can be displayed on the TV screen for a
The
?
moment.
a) Digital Picture Grade
Displays the digital picture grade
(Standard Definition).
f
b) Program
Displays
c)
such
as
HD
(High Definition)
or
SD
number
the current program number.
Audio Format
type (Dolby Digital, MPEG I, MPEG II)
Dolby Digital, MPEG I, or MPEG II.
Indicates audio track is
d)
Station
name
Displays
e)
the station
Displays
only
or
as no
signal, rating blocked,
pro-
scrambled.
Time
Displays
2
of the current program.
the block information such
gram blocked, audio
f)
name
Block information
the current time.
Press OK
is
The
again while the Program Banner
Program Banner disappears from the TV
screen.
displayed.
otes
28
?
Station
?
The scrambled program may not be able to
name
and clock
are
displayed only
if
are set up by broadcast.
the program.
they
see
Information
abc
Displays (Continued)
de
Information
Program
fg
The
h
Information appears whenever you press the INFO button
Program
the remote control while
1
Press INFO while
Program
Display
viewing
a
watching
Information appears
on
program.
a
program
the TV screen.
on
title
a) Program
Indicates title of current program.
b)
ij
k
l
Date
Displays
m n
c)
the current date.
Start Time, End Time and elapsed indication
Displays the start time, end time and the elapsed time indicator bar
for the current program.
d)
Time
Shows current time.
e) Digital Picture Grade
Displays the digital picture grade
(Standard Definition).
f) Program
Displays
g)
such
as
HD
(High Definition)
or
SD
Number
the current program number.
Audio Format
type (Dolby Digital, MPEG I, MPEG II)
Dolby Digital, MPEG I, or MPEG II.
Indicates audio track is
h)
Station Name
Displays
the station
Full Info icon
i)
(
name
Indicates that there is
detailed
j)
DTV
descriptions
Caption
of the current program.
)
Icon
an
Extended Information available to
(
)
Indicates that the current program contains
service.
k)
Teletext Icon
(
Picture
a
n)
closed
caption
data
teletext feature.
aspect Icon (
Indicates that the current
m) Picture
digital
)
Indicates that there is
l)
provide
of the program
)
program's picture aspect.
Resolution indicator
Indicates that the current
program's picture
Content
)
Advisory
Content Advisory
Icon
(
data is used for the
resolution.
parental guide
control to block
programs that are beyond predefined rating criteria set by users. This
icon means that the current program contains content advisory data,
and
2
displays rating
Press INFO
The
or
Program
value of program.
EXIT while the
Information
Program Information is displayed.
disappears from the TV screen.
ote
Station
name
and clock
are
displayed only
if
they
are
set up
by
broadcast.
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NORMALPETI
Program Guide
The
Program Guide contains schedule and program information for all programs. They also provide local over-the-air programs information including
conventional digital programs. Use the Program Guide to find programs easily and conveniently and to view schedule and descriptive program information for the programs.
To
-
Display
the
Guide
Program
Press the PROGRAM button
on
your remote control.
or
-
Press the MENU button
Guide
menu.
[MENU
GUIDE
→
To Exit the
options
→
Program
the remote control and select the GUIDE
on
will appear. Choose the
Program
Guide
option
Program Guide]
Guide
Press the EXIT button to return to the last program you tuned to.
To
Navigate through
programs
The
Program Guide are operated
"Highlight and Select" process.
1. Use 1 / 2 / 3 / 4
on
2. Press OK to select
The
on
the Guides
based
on a
your remote control to
execute the
or
simple straightforward
navigate
highlighted
the
menu or
guide
screen.
function.
shows you program listings for five programs within
and half hour time slot. For example: 6:00-7:30. In order to view a list
guide
on-screen
one
of future programs
3 / 4 to scroll
other programs, you may continuously press 1 / 2 /
or vertically. This may take a while to reach a
or
horizontally
program, if the program is listed far from the currently highlighted
program. The Program Guide thus offers you shortcuts to minimize your
effort in navigating programs and time slots.
specific
Line
You
the
Scrolling
can
reach other time slots
screen
using
the
or programs that are currently hidden from
1 / 2 / 3 / 4 ". Move vertically to
buttons
"
arrow
reach other programs and
Program Guide.
move
horizontally
to reach other time slots
on
the
Date
Scrolling
When the
the date of
the
Program Guide is displayed, you can also change
Program Guide by pressing the DATE button then use 3
/
4
to select
date.
Guide
Page Scrolling (Program
You
can move
PAGE
one
(
/
page up
)
faster
through
buttons
or
on
can
select
a
by scrolling page-by-page
with the
the remote control. Each button stroke scrolls
down.
To Tune to another program
You
only)
programs
on
the Full Information window
also tune in other programs on the Full Information window. If you
TV program that is not on the currently tuned program, "Do you want
to watch this
Program" message appears on the bottom of the full information window. Select "YES" then OK to tune to the program of the selected
program. Select "NO" then OK to
30
remove
the full information window.
Normal
Operation
Number buttons
Program Selection
You
select
can
a
program
Number buttons
Use Number
(on
shown below.
the remote
control)
buttons to select
(0-9)
PRE-PR button
as
(on
the remote
a
program
directly.
control)
Press to return to the
previous program you viewed. For example, if the
DTV Receiver is tuned to program 55 and then you change to program
56, pressing PRE-PR will return to program 55.
FAV. button
(on
Press to scroll
through
PR +/-- buttons
FAV. button
Use PR +/--
on
(on
control)
your favorite programs.
the remote
control)
the remote control
HDTV Receiver
PRE-PR button
the remote
through
or 3
or 3
/ 4
on
/4
(on
the front
the front
panel
to
panel)
cycle
the
the programs in memory.
PR +/-- buttons
Volume
Adjusts
Adjustment
the volume of
analog
audio out
Audio Variable to On in the OPTION
on
menu
HDTV Receiver. You must set
to
use
the Volume
Adjustment.
See page 22.
VOL +/-- buttons
Use VOL +/--
on
the volume for
(MUTE)
(on
the remote
the remote control
analog
audio out
or 1
control)
on
or 1
/ 2
on
/ 2
(on
the front
the front
panel
to
panel)
adjust
the HDTV Receiver.
button
MUTE
Press
(on
the remote
control)
MUTE to turn off the volume for
analog
audio out
on
the HDTV
Receiver.
otes
?
Before
setting
Audio Variable to
volume to the minimum.
or
?
speaker damage.
digital
Off, make sure that you have turned down the TV's
Otherwise, sudden high volume sound may cause hearing
The volume of
audio out
HDTV Receiver front
panel.
on
HDTV Receiver
can
not be
adjusted
on
the
VOL +/-- buttons
31
NORMALPETI
Normal
Operation
SIGNAL button
Signal
Shows the
signal strength bar for incoming signal to help you adjust the
position for your location. You can view the signal
strength bar by pressing SIGNAL on the remote control.
antenna to the correct
LIST button
List
You
display program list using the LIST button on the remote control
viewing a program. Whenever you press the TV/RADIO button while
program list is displayed, the program list will be switched between TV
can
while
the
and Radio program list.
Freeze
Pressing
the FREEZE button freezes the current
FREEZE button
once
again
returns the
image
ote
The frozen
FREEZE button
32
image
image. Pressing
to live video.
returns to live video after 5 minutes.
the
Programming
the Remote Control to
Operate
The HDTV Receiver remote control is
trol that
can
be
programmed
to
the TV
a
operate
multi-brand
or
universal remote
con-
most remote-controllable TVs from
other manufacturers.
ote
The remote control may not be able to control all models of other brands.
1
Test your remote control.
To find out whether your remote control
gramming, turn on
pointing at the TV.
responds properly.
2
Turn
on
can operate a TV without prothe TV and press the TV on the remote control while
Use the POWER and PR +/-- buttons to see if the TV
If not, the remote control
the TV to be
Control's
operation
programmed.
requires programming.
Then select the Remote
mode to the TV mode
by pressing
TV
on
the
remote control.
3
Press and hold the TV button for
The remote control is
TV button
4
now
(Refer
to pages
using the
34-36)
Press the OK button to store the
5
6 properly.
more
than 3 seconds.
to program the code for the TV.
(The
lights.)
Enter the code number
control.
ready
number buttons
programming
Test the remote control functions to
If not,
repeat from step
see
on
the remote
code.
if the device
responds
2.
33
REF NC
Remote Control Codes for TVs
BRANDS
CODES
BRANDS
CODES
BRANDS
CODES
A MARK
002
CAPSONIC
071
ELTA
004
ABEX
016
CARNIVALE
015
EMERSON
ACTION
110, 124
CARREFOUR
017
ACURA
004
CARVER
023, 046
ADMIRAL
030, 042, 076, 099,
CASCADE
004
009,
050,
054,
072,
123
CATHAY
018
ENVISION
015
ADYSON
016, 063
CCE
063, 018, 078
ERRES
018
AIKO
029
CCI
115
EURO-FEEL
071
AKAI
015,
064,
051,
004,
123,
099, 109, 124
CENTURION
018
EUROMANN
071
071
CGE
101, 123
EUROPHON
127
055, 062
017, 018, 064,
CIE
133
FERGUSON
018
CIMLINE
CINERAL
004,
029,
015,
029,
062, 097, 104
117
AKURA
ALARON
ALBA
ALLORGAN
118
CITIZEN
AMBASSADOR
049
AMPLIVISION
063
CLAIRTONE
056
AMSTRAD
004, 018, 047, 049,
CLARIVOX
145
CLATRONIC
ANAM
003, 004, 052
CME
ANAM NATIONAL
024
ANITECH
004, 071
ANSONIC
127
018,
098,
004,
028,
065,
079,
AOC
002, 009, 015, 056
062, 063
CONCERTO
025
ARCAM
CONDOR
ARCHER
002
ASUKA
064, 071
ATLANTIC
AUDINAC
AUDIOSONIC
019,
051,
055,
074,
038,
051,
056,
075,
049,
053,
067,
085
117
FIDELITY
084
FINLADIA
106
019, 025, 026,
040, 057, 074
FINLUX
018, 028, 051, 093,
129
FIRST LINE
005, 017, 018,
042, 049, 063,
066, 068, 076,
FORMENTI
087
FUNAI
098
FUTURETECH
052
CONIC
110
GALAXIS
123, 142
CONTEC
004, 017, 052, 056,
GBC
099
098
062
GE
081
CONTINETAL EDISON 141
018, 071
002, 029, 052, 084
CRAIG
052
AUDIOVOX
CRIPTOVISION
105
AUMARK
026
CROSLEY
AUTOVOX
068, 076, 097
CROWN
023, 110
004, 018, 019, 052,
GELOSO
BARCO
086
127
GENEXXA
BASIC LINE
CS ELECTRONICS
062
GIBRALTER
BAUR
004, 064
018, 087, 097, 099,
102, 108
011,
024,
075,
018,
110,
004,
042,
007,
CTC
098
GO VIDEO
026
CURTIS MATHES
052
BEAUMARK
050
BEC
099, 110, 124
040, 099, 108, 109,
006,
021,
035,
044,
GOLDSTAR
BAYSONIC
CXC
052
110
CYBERTRON
064
000,
016,
033,
093,
017,
063,
BELCOR
009
DAEWOO
064
006, 038, 106
004, 009, 018, 019,
029, 084, 133
GPM
BELL & HOWELL
GRADIENTE
022, 025, 046, 082
BEON
018
DAINICHI
064
GRADIN
098
BINATONE
063
DANSAI
018
GRAETZ
BLACKSTRIPE
DAYTON
004, 009, 019, 108
GRANADA
042, 099
018, 028, 063, 109,
BLAUPUNKT
040, 106, 108
059, 060, 061
DE GRAAF
066
BLUE SKY
064
DECCA
018, 028, 129
GRANDIN
075
BLUE STAR
075
DENON
035
GRUNDIG
018, 059, 060, 068,
BOOTS
063
DESMET
098
BOSCH-BAUER
098
DIXI
003, 004, 018, 126
GRUNPY
051
BPL
075
DUAL
097
GRUNPY
052
BRADFORD
052
DUAL TEC
063
HALIEAX
071
BRINKMANN
123
DUMINT
127
HALLMARK
050
BRITANNIA
062
DUMONT
007, 009
HANSEATIC
BROCKWOOD
009
DYNATECH
063
018, 089, 097, 098,
099, 118, 119
BROKSONIC
002, 067, 085
EB TELECOM
105
HARLEY DAVIDSON
051
BROTHER
071
ECTEC
081
HARMAN KARDON
023
BRUNS
126
ELBE
116
HARVARD
052
BSR
093, 118
ELECTROBAND
056
HCM
004, 071, 075
BTC
064
ELECTROHOME
080, 106, 110
HEMMERMANN
097
BUSH
ELEKTA
071
HINARI
004, 017, 018, 051,
ELIN
018
CANDLE
004, 017, 018, 064,
075, 093, 099, 117
015, 025, 057
ELITE
040, 064, 098, 106
CAPEHART
124
ELMAN
127
BECRESE
34
127
FRONTECH
FUJITSU
004,
041,
108,
098,
071,
051,
051,
062, 063
063, 097,
118,
038,
106,
018,
042,
028,
047,
FISHER
125
126
103
099
124
052, 071,
118
GEC
015,
023,
038,
084,
019, 020,
026, 030,
025, 040,
106
GOODMANS
013, 020, 021,
030, 034, 050,
084
028, 063, 095,
129
099
064
009, 015
001,
018,
050,
110,
018,
009,
019,
063,
124,
028,
015,
025,
071,
140
051,
133
124
137
064
HISAWA
075
Remote Control Codes for TVs
(Continued)
BRANDS
CODES
BRANDS
CODES
BRANDS
CODES
HITACHI
094,
102,
111,
148,
031,
042,
090,
095, 096, 099,
108, 109, 110,
112, 113, 114124,
016, 017, 025,
032, 035, 037,
048, 063066,
LUXOR
068, 094, 099, 102,
OPTIMUS
124
OPTONICA
038,
030,
018,
085,
091
MAGNAFON
HUANYU
062
HUSPI ELEKTRONIK 123
LXI
M ELECTRONIC
007,
040,
004,
097,
044, 070
043
020, 023, 038,
050, 106
018, 042, 063,
ORION
127
OSAKI
016, 028, 063, 064,
071, 124,
049, 051, 067,
097, 098, 118,
117
127
MAGNASONIC
106
OSO
064
MAGNAVOX
010, 012, 014, 015,
017, 023, 051, 057,
058, 110
OSUME
016,
017,
087,
098,
117,
124
134
HYPSON
ICE
018, 071, 075
063, 071
MAJESTIC
006
ICES
064
MANDOR
071
IMPERIAL
092, 099, 101, 123
MANESTH
099
068
MARANTZ
063, 071, 098, 117
015, 018, 023, 089
PALLADIUM
INDESIT
PANAMA
INDIANA
018
MARK
018
PANASONIC
INFINITY
023
MATSUI
INGEKEN
139
INGELEN
042
MATSUSHITA
004, 005, 018, 049,
063, 092, 097, 117
021, 070
INNOHIT
028, 124
MC MICHAEL
110
063, 071
000, 020, 021, 022,
023, 024, 026, 030,
035, 036, 038,
040042, 043, 050,
065, 068, 070, 079,
INNOVA
018
MEDIATOR
018
INTEQ
007
MEGATRON
002, 035, 050, 109
PATHE CINEMA
062, 098
INTERBUY
071
MEI
056
PAUSA
004
INTERFUNK
MEMOREX
004, 006, 025, 026,
033, 036, 038, 050,
070, 071, 106
PCE/PEC
INTERVISION
018, 042, 095, 099
018, 063, 071, 127,
ISUKAI
064
MEMPHIS
124
ITT
042, 099, 108
MGA
009, 015, 036, 039,
040, 106, 108
001, 102, 008, 009,
011, 013, 015, 016,
019, 020, 021,
025026, 034, 040,
144
OTTO VERSAND
028,
018,
089,
099,
HYPERVISION
118
099
JACSON
129
JBL
023
JCB
137
JVC
017, 022, 045, 054
MINERVA
068
JEC
040
MINUTZ
011
KAISUI
004, 062, 063, 064,
MITSUBISHI
009, 017, 030, 036,
039, 050, 068
PENNEY
050
MIDLAND
059, 063,
093, 097,
102, 108,
050
007, 016, 019, 020,
021, 034
PHASE
016
PHILCO
KAMP
062
MIVAR
062
KAPSCH
042, 095, 099
MOTOROLA
KATHREIN
089
MTC
PHONOLA
KAWASHO
062, 077
024, 030
009, 015, 025, 026,
056, 062
KEC
052
MULTISTANDARD
127
PIONEER
009, 010, 012, 014,
015, 023, 035, 057,
058, 085, 123
007, 008, 009, 010,
011, 012, 013, 014,
018, 019, 023,
089110, 124, 138,
018, 098
009, 015, 019
042, 044
KENDO
MULTITECH
004, 052, 062, 063,
099, 127
POLICOM
068
POLYRON
071
KENWOOD
018, 099, 117, 119,
127,
009, 015
MUTIMEDIA
132
PORTLAND
009, 019, 029
KINGSLEY
062
NAD
040, 044, 050
PRANONI PRINCE
099
KLH
124
NAONIS
099
PRIMA
040, 106
KLOSS
012
NATIONAL
068
PRINZ
124
KMC
033
NEC
009, 015, 017, 025,
PRISM
021
KONIG
004, 005, 017, 018,
042, 061, 068
046
PROFEX
004
NECKERMANN
018, 059, 087, 089,
099, 102
PROLINE
119
PROSCAN
015,
099,
004,
002,
007,
021,
005,
097,
075
PHILIPS
PILOT
KORPEL
018
KORTING
098
NEI
018
PROTEC
KOYODA
004
NESCO
051
PROTECH
KTV
015, 019, 052, 055,
056, 063, 074
NETSAT
018
NIKKAI
016,
062,
007,
038,
PROTON
018,
064,
015,
040,
028, 040,
071, 124
020, 029,
PULSAR
020
127
018, 063, 071,
050
009,
024,
018,
099,
110,
043,
087,
108,
124,
070,
093,
117,
KUBA ELECTRONIC
097
LENCO
NIKKO
LG
071, 133, 146, 018,
028, 071, 118, 124
001, 025
NISATO
081
LIESENK & TTER
018
NOBLEX
083
QUESTA
017
LIFETEC
071
NOKIA
016
071, 094, 095, 096,
099, 106, 108, 143
RADIO SHACK
LLOYTRON
LOGIK
000, 006
NOSHI
008
009, 015, 016, 019,
020, 025, 038, 043,
050, 052, 106
LUMA
099
NTC
029
RADIOLA
018
LUXMAN
025
OCEANIC
042, 099, 106, 118
RADIOTONE
071
ONWA
052
RADIX
108
QUASAR
QUELLE
050
118
35
REF NC
Remote Control Codes for TVs
(Continued)
BRANDS
CODES
BRANDS
CODES
BRANDS
RANK ARENA
017
SIMPSON
057, 058
TOKAI
124
RCA
008,
030,
009,
025,
052,
009, 020, 021,
SINGER
127
TOMASHI
075
034
SINUDYNE
049
TOSHIBA
015, 016, 019,
038, 043, 050,
SKANTIC
099
017, 026, 038, 040,
069, 106, 108
SKY
018
TOSONIC
056
106
SOGERA
098
TOTEVISION
019
REALISTIC
CODES
REKORD
149
SOLAVOX
016
TOWADA
REVOX
018
SOLAVOX
042
TRIUMPH
099, 127
049, 069
REX
SONITRON
108
TV TEXT
089
SONOKO
004, 018, 071
UHER
098
RHAPSODY
042, 071, 076, 099,
088, 126,
055, 056, 062
SONOLOR
042
UHER
127
R-LINE
018
SONTEC
018
ULTRA
081, 124
ROADSTAR
004, 064, 071
SONY
005, 017, 073, 087
ULTRAVOX
127
ROYAL LUX
131
SOUND&VISION
127
UNIVERSAL
011
RTF
018
SOUNDESIGN
050, 051, 052, 057
UNIVERSAL
013
RUNCO
007, 015
042, 095, 099
SOUNDWAVE
018
UNIVERSUM
018, 071
SPECTRA
133
VECTOR RESEARCH 015
SAGEM
139
SPECTRICON
002
VESTEL
018
SAISHO
004, 005, 049, 071,
SQUAREVIEW
047
VICTOR
022
117
SR2000
106
VIDEOTECHNIC
063
SAKIO
071
SSS
VIDEOTON
094
SALORA
042, 094, 099, 102,
106, 124
STANDARD
009, 052
004, 063, 064, 098
VIDIKRON
023
STARLITE
052
VIDTECH
SAMBERS
127
STERN
VISA
SAMPO
015,
004,
018,
050,
089,
009, 017, 050
004, 005, 017, 018,
042, 068,
RFT
SABA
SAMSUNG
016,
009,
019,
063,
124,
019
SUNKAI
042, 076, 099
117, 118
015, 016,
025, 026,
071, 078,
SUPERTECH
097
VISION
098
SUPRA
025
VOXSON
042, 099
SUSUMU
064
VTQ
126
137
SULVANIA
010, 012, 014, 015,
023, 057, 058, 080
WALTHAM
SYMPHONIC
047
084
SYSLINE
018
085
TADNDY
124
005, 017, 028, 038,
041, 106, 107, 108,
124, 129
TANDY
028, 030, 042, 063,
WATSON
064
WATT RADIO
TASHIKO
110
WEGA
017
SBR
018
TASHKO
SCHAUB LORENZ
099
TATUNG
SCHNEIDER
018, 064, 071, 097,
136, 143, 147
TEC
017,
002,
063,
063,
SCIMITSU
009
TECHLINE
127
YOKO
SCOTCH
050
TECHNEMA
098
YORK
108
SCOTT
009, 050, 051, 052,
TECHNICS
007, 020, 021, 070
ZANUSSI
067
ZENITH
076, 099
006, 007, 029
ZONDA
002
SAMSUX
019
SANDRA
062
SANSEI
SANSUI
SANYO
SEARS
TECHNISAT
130
023, 025, 038,
041, 047, 050,
TECHNOL ACE
051
TECHWOOD
106
TEKNIKA
002,
006,
025,
051,
WORLD-TECH
133
YAMAHA
009, 015
018, 063, 071, 133
TELECO
135
SEI-SINUDYNE
097, 099, 117, 118,
TELEFUNKEN
025
127
TELEMEISTER
098
042, 076, 099, 100,
119, 120, 122,
TELETECH
004
TELETON
017, 057, 063, 099
SEMIVOX
052
TELEVIDEON
098
SEMP
040
TENSAI
064, 093, 098, 118
SENTRA
040
TESLA
135
SHARP
017, 019, 030, 043
TEXET
062, 064
SHOGUN
009
THOMAS
110
SHORAI
118
THOMAS
124
SIAREM
127
THOMSON
068
SICATEL
121
THORN
SIEMENS
SIGNATURE
018, 059, 060, 061
006, 040
SILVER
017
018,
107,
128,
025,
36
018, 062,
133
049
TMK
127
124
SEI
SELECO
058
098, 106
018, 024, 028,
SEG
127
010, 011,
015, 023,
040, 043,
098
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE
063
020,
040,
051,
017,
063, 071, 126,
WARDS
094,
009,
014,
034,
051,
099
063,
006,
013,
025,
050,
018,
097,
021,
009,
026,
052,
025
019, 023,
029, 036,
057
028, 040, 087,
108, 110, 112,
129
049, 050
Troubleshooting
Check the
following guide
for the
possible
cause
of
a
problem
before
Symptom
service.
Solution(s)
HDTV Receiver does
not turn
contacting
the power cord into
Plug
a
wall power outlet
securely.
on.
Fragmented picture
and
Check your antenna
input, location,
and
signal strength.
unclear sound.
No
picture.
Make
sure
the correct video
Make
sure
that the
format is selected.
display
is selected.
right component type
If HDTV Receiver is connected to your monitor or TV via the COMPONENT VIDEO
jacks on the back panel, the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch on the back panel must
be set to the COMPONENT
you will
position. Otherwise,
probably
see an
abnormal
picture.
If HDTV Receiver is connected to your monitor or TV via the RGB port on the back
the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch must be set to the RGB/DVI position.
panel,
Otherwise, you may
Select the Auto
done
not be able to
Program
or
picture.
Program Add
see a
Manual
functions if you have not
already
so.
Check to make
is selected
on
The antenna
sure
all the cables
your TV.
For
signal strength
installed
are
example,
Video 1
correctly
or
and that the proper
source
2.
may be low. Check the
signal strength
and
adjust
the
antenna location and direction.
Due to copyright restrictions, you may not be able to view some high definition programs in the high definition format.
For more information about connections, please refer to connections on pages 9-14.
Normal
picture
but
no
Check volume levels.
Make
sound.
sure
the TV is not muted.
Check that the HDTV receiver is connected
Picture is distorted.
Make
sure
Make
sure
Make
sure
the video
output is connected
to the TV.
word.
The remote control
Use STB button to select STB
does not work
Point the remote control
forgot
your pass-
properly.
You
the proper format is selected.
the proper aspect ratio is selected.
find all the available programs is
Program Add" in the SETUP menu.
You
can
Operate
properly.
on
operational
the remote
the remote control within 7
Remove
possible
Replace
exhausted batteries with
obstacles
by running
the "Auto
Program"
or
"Manual
mode.
sensor on
the HDTV Receiver.
m.
blocking
the
signal.
new ones.
Reset the HDTV Receiver
The HDTV Receiver is not
operating normally.
Press and hold the POWER button
Press the POWER button
again
on
You
the front
can
panel
to turn the unit back
reset the HDTV Receiver
as
follows:
for at least three seconds. This will force the unit to power off.
on.
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REF NC
Specifications
Television
DVB-T Australian Standard
System
Frequency Range
RF
DVI
Loop
:
48.5 to 219.5MHz
UHF
:
529.5 to 816.5MHz
ANT IN
Inputs
ANT
VHF
Out
(1)
Out To TV
75 ohm unbalanced
(1)
DVI-HDTV Out
Output
Compliant
(1),
DVI-D
Single
Link connector
1080i, 720p, 576p digital RGB
Component
Input/O
RGB
Video
Component Out (1 Set), Typical
1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i YPbPr
Output
RGB Out
Output
S-Video
connector
(1), 15-pin
S-Video Out
Output
Mini-DIN
(1), 4-pin
576i Y/C
Video Out
Output
576i
Audio
Digital
Analog
Audio
(1), Typical
Composite
Audio Out
Output
9-pin
Dimension
370x60x262mm
(W
H X
D)
3.5
Serial Port
(1)
kg
Power
Requirements
AC 110-240V, 50/60Hz
Power
Consumption
18W
Humidity
0 to 99
Storage Temperature
-20 to 60
Operating Temperature
0 to 40
percent
non
degrees
degrees
condensing
Celsius
Celsius
RFcable....................1
Videocable..................1
?
Audio(L/R)cable.............1
.1
Component (YPbPr) cable
.
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.
.
.
.
RemoteControl..............1
Batteries(sizeAAA)...........2
Design
and
specifications
type Jack
(2) (Variable Output Level)
Authorized Service Port
x
RCA
Coaxial, Optical (Dolby Digital output)
Output
Weight
Acesori
type Jack
1080i, 720p, 576p RGB
Video
Enviroment
RCA
are
subject
to
change
without
prior
notice.
connector
connectors
P/NO
:
3834RB0001R
(4th Ver.)
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