Definition
DIGITAL VIDEO
RECORDER
High
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODELS: LST-5402P
LST-5403P
Before
connecting, operating
please
read this owner's manual
or
adjusting this product,
carefully and completely.
Precautions
Safety
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 HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
The
apparatus shall
shall be
placed
not be
the
on
exposed
to
dripping
or
splashing
and that
no
objects
filled with
liquids,
such
as
vases,
apparatus.
WARNING: Do not install this
equipment
in
a
confined space such
as a
book
case or
similar unit.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC 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.
CAUTION:
The
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appliance
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Young
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If the
set
is not intended for
Children should be
appliance
electrical
on
use
supervised
by
young children
to
ensure
that
or
they
infirm persons without
do not
play
with
supervision.
appliance.
is
supplied from a cord extension set or an electrical portable outlet device, the cord extension
portable outlet device must be positioned so that it is not subject to splashing or ingress of
moisture.
About the internal hard disk drive
The internal hard disk drive
below to
(HDD)
is
a
fragile piece
protect against possible HDD failure
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Do not
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Install and
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Do not block the
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Do not
move
use
Sudden
the recorder while it is
use
the recorder
rear
in
Please
equipment.
use
the recorder
hot
While the recorder is switched on, do not
Do not
unplug
from the wall socket
or
switch the
electricity
2.
after
3.
Move the recorder.
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If there's
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The HDD is very delicate. If used improperly or in
years of use. Signs of problems include playback
a
guidelines
humid places, or in places that may be subject to sudden changes in temperature.
condensation to form inside the recorder. This can be a cause of HDD failure.
immediately
switching it off. If you need to move the recorder,
After the message POWER OFF is shown in the display, wait at least two minutes.
Unplug from the wall socket.
1.
the
or
can cause
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move
following
fan.
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the recorder
of
protect against accidental loss.
on.
excessively
temperature
to
stable, level surface.
vent/cooling
the recorder in
changes
on a
or
power failure while the recorder is
on
there is
a
chance that
some
data
on
off from the breaker switch.
please
follow the
steps below:
the HDD will be lost.
an unsuitable environment, it is possible that the HDD will fail after a few
unexpectedly freezing and noticeable block noise (mosaic) in the picture.
However, sometimes there will be no warning signs of HDD failure.
If the HDD fails, no playback of recorded material will be possible. In this case it will be necessary to replace the HDD unit.
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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
FrontPanelControls.......................5
andDisplayWindow........................6
RemoteControlKeyFunctions...............7
Unpacking the unit and
Accessories/Connection Overview.
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ConnectionPanelOverview..................9
InformationDisplays....................30-31
ProgramBannerDisplay..................30
ProgramInformationDisplay...............31
ProgramGuide...........................32
NormalOperation.........................33
ProgramSelection.......................33
VolumeAdjustment......................33
RecordingSetupOptions.................34-35
NormalRecording.......................34
Recording Reservation using
TIMERRECORDbutton...................35
INSTALLATION
Connections...........................10-16
AntennaConnections.....................10
AnalogueMonitorConnections.
HD Monitor Component (YPbPr)
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Connections
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HDMonitorRGBConnections..............13
HD Monitor HDMI-HDTV Connections
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VCRConnections.......................15
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Amplifier(Receiver)Connections.
SettingtheDisplayFormat..................17
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MENU OPERATION
DualRecordingfeatures...................35
PlaybackOptions.........................36
Timeshift (Pause, Live TV/Playback) Setup
andOperation............................37
Tostarttimeshiftplayback.................37
Tostoptimeshiftplayback.................37
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Editingarecordedprogram.
NamingaProgram.......................38
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MovingaProgramtoAnotherFolder
DeletingaProgram......................39
SavingaPart...........................40
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DivideOneTitleIntoTwo.................40
InitialSettings............................18
GeneralOperation.......................18
SetupMenuOptions.....................19-20
AutoProgramming.......................19
ProgramEdit...........................19
SignalStrength.........................20
HDDFormat...........................20
AudioMenuOptions.......................21
AudioOption...........................21
DigitalAudioOutput......................21
SpecialMenuOptions...................22-23
ScreenType...........................22
AspectRatio...........................22
ClockSet..............................23
Caption...............................23
24-26
(Parental Control) Menu Options
LockSystem...........................24
ChangePIN............................24
Lock
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Editingfolder...........................41
TeletextOperation.........................42
SpecialFeatures..........................43
REFERENCE
Programming
the Remote Control to
RemoteControlCodesforTVs.
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Troubleshooting..........................47
Specifications............................48
About the
symbols
Indicates hazards
itself
or
for instructions
likely to cause
damage.
harm to the unit
other material
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ChannelBlock..........................25
Operate
theTV...................................44
Indicates
special operating
Indicates
tips
ParentalGuidance.......................26
and hints for
features of this unit.
making
the task easier.
HDRMenuOptions......................27-29
ProgramList...........................27
TimerRecordList........................28
Timer Record List
Settings,
General
Operation
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TimerRecord...........................29
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and the double-D
Dolby
Laboratories.
trademarks of
Dolby,
symbol
Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works.
Copyright 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights
are
reserved.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface
HDMI
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are
trademarks
licensing
LLC.
or
registered
trademarks of
Front Panel Controls
ArrowButtons(v/V/b/B)
Allows 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
If
no menu
is
displayed,the
use
the
button to
(OK)
LEFT/RIGHT
access
setting
UP/DOWN
it.
control the volume
arrows
arrows
and the
INTRODUC
select programs.
POWER
Turns the unit
on or
off.
Remote Control Sensor
Receives
signals
Display
from the remote control.
Window
DISPLAY FORMAT
Sets the
output resolution
the correct
to
display
1080i, 720p, 576p,
format for your TV
or
or
576i formats and chooses
monitor.
(Refer
to page
17.)
RECORD
Records the
viewing
program.
MENU
Shows the main
menu on
normal
the
screen.
You
viewing by pressing
return to
can
the EXIT button.
GUIDE
Shows the
You
can
return to normal
Program Guide on the screen.
viewing by pressing the EXIT button.
OK
If the main
displayed, pressing the OK button will activate the
highlighted MENU option. If the OK button is pressed while you are in
normal viewing, the channel banner will be displayed.
menu
is
EXIT
Clears all
displays and returns to
viewing from any menu.
on-screen
normal
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Display
Window
Standby indicator
Lights when the unit
is turned off.
Resolution indicators
Indicates the
output resolution.
Connection indicators
Indicates the
output connection.
Lock Indicator
Lights
1080i
720p
576p
576i
HDMI
RGB
if the current channel
YPBPR
or
program is locked.
Video
AM
PM
HDD
FULL
Record
Play Time Shift
Reserved
Guide
Hard Disk Indicator
Indicates hard disk
space used.
Disk Full Indicator
Lights
when all the disk space is
used.
Record Indicator
Lights
when the unit is
recording.
Play Indicator
Lights during playback.
Time Shift Indicator
Lights
when the unit is
timeshifting.
Status Indicators
Indicate channel number, program name, etc.
Reserved Indicator
Lights
when the unit is in timer
timer
recording
is
recording or a
programmed.
Guide Indicator
Lights
6
when the unit shows the
Program
Guide.
Remote Control
Key
Functions
STB
Selects STB
Mode indicator
Indicates
(this unit) operational
mode
remote control.
on
TV
STB
VCR
DVD
AUX
MODE
INPUT
Selects the TV
signal source (Tuner
or AUX A/V input). Only relevant
when controlling other device.
PIP
Shows PIP and Move PIP
STB
MODE
POWER
INPUT
PIP
PIP PR+
SLEEP
SWAP
PIP PR--
positions.
PREV.
Returns to the last channel viewed.
timer.
SWAP
from Main program to
PIP program.
TV/RADIO
GUIDE
TV/
PREV
RADIO
AUDIO
INFO
MUTE
FAV
VOL
program's audio language
options if available.
GUIDE
TEXT
Pauses the audio
VOL
CC
ARC
LIST
PROGRAM
LIST
TIMER
RECORD
MARK
Selects
a
FAV
Tunes to your favorite program.
LIST
Displays
the program list.
PROGRAM LIST
Displays
the recorded program list.
TIMER RECORD
Display
the timer record.
Choose the
of recorded
MARK
part
program.
EXIT
Removes all
returns to TV
EXIT
memorized program.
Shows current station and program
information on screen.
on-screen
viewing
displays
from any
and
menu.
viewing.
CC
mode if avail-
Caption
ARC
the
MENU
PAUSE
ratio.
(OK)
Acknowledges
menu
selection.
MENU
SKIP-PLAY
picture aspect
ArrowButtons(v/V/b/B),SKIP+/Selects options in a menu.
Smart skip in trick play mode.
(Volume) (+/-)
INFO
Switches between teletext mode and
Changes
SKIP+
temporarily.
temporarily.
(Program) (+/--)
Guide.
able.
Increases / decreases sound level.
PR
Program
Selects Closed
MUTE
That is, volumes on/off
the
normal TV
PR
AUDIO
Selects
Displays
TEXT
Switches between TV and Radio
modes.
POWER
Turns the unit ON and OFF.
Numbers
SLEEP
Change
mode for remote
operational
Chooses channels and enters programming information.
Selects the PIP program.
sleep
Selects
control.
PIP PR+/-
Set up
mode of remote
operational
control.
STOP
REC
Accesses
or
closes main
menu.
PLAY
FIRST
TIMESHIFT
REW
FF
END
LIVE TV
Starts
playback.
PAUSE
Pauses
playback.
STOP
Stops playback
recording.
or
REC
Instant record in
viewing
program.
FIRST / TIMESHIFT
Returns to the first
of current
position
playback.
Activates pause live tv/playback
(timeshift) for live TV and marks any
point during timeshift and playback.
END / LIVE TV
Moves to the end
during playback
point
or
of
a
program
returns to the
cur-
rent TV program live broadcast dur-
ing
pause timeshift.
REW
Rewinds at 5 different
times the
speed
speeds up to 300
playback.
of normal
FF
Fast Forwards at 5 different
up to 300 times the
speed
speeds
of normal
playback.
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INTRODUC
Unpacking
the unit and Accessories/Connection Overview
Make
sure you have received all the accessories listed below with the
RECORDER
Definition DIGITAL VIDEO
High
High Definition DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
High Definition DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER is capable
the-air antenna sources and sending the signals to your TV.
The
Included with the unit
are
the
Audio Cable
receiving signals
from
over-
accessories.
Video Cable
Component (YPbPr)
Cable
RF Cable
Remote Control
VIDEO OUT
following
of
2 AA 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 unit.
used for
L
AUDIO T
R
Fixed
YPbPr OUT
Y
Pb
Variable
Component Out Jacks and Cables
Component Cables are used to connect the unit 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.
Pr
ANT IN
RF OUT
Jack, and RF Cable
RF OUT
provides an RF connection between
signal of ANT IN jack to TV.
vides the
the unit and the TV and pro-
Remote Control
In addition to the unit, the remote control
can
be
programmed
to control
many other devices.
RF OUT
Remote Control
TV
STB
STB
VCR
DVD
Point the remote control at the remote
AUX
MODE
POWER
INPUT
PIP
PIP PR+
SLEEP
SWAP
PIP PR--
Operation Range
Distance: About 7
Angle:
AA
m
sensor and press the buttons.
from the front of the remote sensor.
About 30° in each direction of the front of the remote
Remote Control
Battery
sensor.
Installation
TV/
PREV.
RADIO
AUDIO
INFO
MUTE
FAV
VOL
GUIDE
LIST
PR
TEXT
CC
PROGRAM
LIST
TIMER
RECORD
ARC
MARK
AA
Remove the
batteries
and
battery cover on the rear of the
(size AA) with
aligned correctly. Reinstall cover.
remote
control, and insert
two
SKIP+
Caution
EXIT
MENU
SKIP--
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
FIRST
REW
FF
TIMESHIFT
8
REC
END
LIVE TV
Do not mix old and
dard, alkaline, etc.).
new
batteries. Never mix different
types of batteries (stan-
Connection Panel Overview
ANT IN
Connect to HDTV
signal
source; external/internal antenna.
VIDEO OUT
Connect to
a
TV with video
inputs.
INTRODUC
YPbPr OUT
Connect to
TV with YPbPr
a
inputs.
RGB OUT
Connect to
a
TV with RGB-DTV
COAXIAL
Connect to
inputs.
(Digital audio out jack)
digital (coaxial) audio
equipment.
AC Power Cord
into the power
Plug
VIDEO OUT
source.
YPbPr OUT
ANT IN
Y
RGB OUT
COAXIAL
Pb
L
AUDIO T
RF OUT
SERVICE
Pr
R
Fixed
HDMI OUT
Variable
S-VIDEO
OPTICAL
OPTICAL
(Digital
audio out
jack)
Connect to
audio
digital (optical)
equipment.
S-VIDEO OUT
Connect to
a
TV with S-Video
inputs.
HDMI OUT
Connect to
a
TV with HDMI connector.
AUTHORIZED SERVICE ONLY
Is used
only
for authorized service purposes.
Variable "volume" AUDIO OUT
Connect to
You
can
a
adjust
RF
a
You cannot
adjust
stereo
system.
on
HD DVR.
(Left/Right)
TV, amplifier, receiver
or
stereo
system.
the volume of this audio out
on
HD DVR.
(Analogue only)
output
to TV 's "Antenna In"
Do not touch the inner
Electrostatic
Connect to
or
the volume of this audio out
Fixed "volume" AUDIO OUT
RF OUT
(Left/Right)
TV, amplifier, receiver
discharge
pins
may
of the
cause
jack
jacks
on
or
other devices.
the
rear
panel.
permanent damage
to the unit.
9
Connections
Antenna Connections
1
Connect the "Antenna" to the "ANT IN"
jack
on
the unit
using
a
coaxial RF cable.
ote
There
might
antenna to
be
an
some areas
where the
Contact local Antenna Installer if
2
could be too
signal strength
attenuator. Screw the attenuator onto the "ANT IN"
Connect the "RF OUT"
jack
signal
on
is too
high.
jack.
If so, you may need to connect the
strong.
the unit 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
VIDEO
INPUT
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
Pr
Pb
Y
L
AUDIO INPUT
R
L
VIDEO OUT
YPbPr OUT
AN
Y
RGB OUT
COAXIAL
Pb
L
RF OUT
AUDIO T
SERVICE
Pr
R
Fixed
Variable
HDMI OUT
S-VIDEO
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
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OPTICAL
Connections
Display
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Formats Overview
The unit offers various
display formats and multiple video outputs.When 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 HDMI outputs.
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is connected to A/V sys-
tems, the HDTV Tuner
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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
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audio
signal
to OPTICAL and COAXIAL audio
outputs when digital broadcasts
are
being
received
by
a
digital
the HDTV
Tuner.
Analogue
Monitor Connections
Antenna
TV Connection Panel
Antenna
ANTENNA
Wall Jack Panel
VIDEO
INPUT
INPUT
S-VIDEO
AUDIO INPUT
INPUT
R
L
L
OR
OR
VIDEO OUT
YP Pr OUT
ANT IN
Y
RGB OUT
COAXIAL
Pb
L
AUDIO T
RF OUT
SERVI
Pr
R
Fixed
E
HDMI OUT
Variable
S-VIDEO
OPTICAL
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
1
Connect the "Antenna" to the "ANT IN"
jack
on
the unit
using
a
coaxial RF cable.
ote
There
might
antenna to
be
an
some areas
where the
signal strength
could be too
attenuator. Screw the attenuator onto the "ANT IN"
Connect the "RF OUT"
2 (Note: Analogue
jack
on
the unit to the "Antenna In"
stations available
high. If so, you may need
jack. (Refer to page 10.)
jack
on
your TV
using
a
to connect the
coaxial RF cable.
only)
Connect the "AUDIO OUT" and "VIDEO OUT"
jacks on the unit to the "A/V IN" jacks on your TV
cables. If your TV is equipped with an S-Video jack, use the S-VIDEO OUT jack.
(The Output Selection must be set to YPbPr, refer to Display Format Setup on page 17.)
3 type
using
RCA-
ote
When
and
using Composite
VIDEO OUT
(yellow connector)
or
S-video
outputs from the unit, MENU will only appear
operate if 576i format is selected.
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INSTAL O
Connections
HD Monitor
(Continued)
Component (YPbPr) Connections
Antenna
HD
Ready
TV Connection Panel
Antenna
ANTENNA
Wall Jack Panel
VIDEO
AUDIO INPUT
INPUT
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
Y
R
L
INPUT
Pr
b
OR
VIDEO OUT
YPbPr OUT
ANT IN
Y
RG
OUT
SE
VICE
COAXIAL
Pb
L
AUDIO T
RF OUT
Pr
R
Fixed
HDMI OUT
Variable
S-VIDEO
OPTICAL
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
Connect the "Antenna" to the "ANT IN"
1
jack
on
the unit
using
a
coaxial RF cable.
ote
There
might
antenna to
be
an
some areas
where the
signal strength
Connect the "RF OUT"
2 (Note: Analogue
jack
on
the unit to the "Antenna In"
stations available
only)
Connect the "COMPONENT OUT"
jacks
3
cables.
4
cables.
could be too
attenuator. Screw the attenuator onto the "ANT IN"
(The Output
on
jack
jacks
on
on
your TV
using
a
the unit to the "COMPONENT IN"
Selection must be set to YPbPr, refer to
Connect the L/R "AUDIO OUT"
high. If so, you may need
jack. (Refer to page 10.)
Display
Format
the unit to the L/R "AUDIO IN"
jacks
12
are
available for
your TV
page
your TV
ote
1080i, 720p, 576p, and 576i modes
coaxial RF cable.
jacks of
Setup on
on
component video (YPbPr) outputs.
to connect the
using RCA-type
17.)
using RCA-type
Connections
(Continued)
HD Monitor RGB Connections
Antenna
HD
Ready
INSTAL O
TV Connection Panel
Antenna
Wall Jack Panel
ANTENNA
S-VIDEO
INPUT
INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
RGB INPUT
VIDEO
INPUT
R
L
OR
VIDEO OUT
YPb
r
OUT
ANT IN
Y
RGB OUT
COAXIAL
Pb
L
AUDIO T
RF OUT
SERVICE
Pr
R
Fixed
HDMI OUT
Variable
S-VIDEO
OPTICAL
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
1 Connect the "Antenna" to the "ANT IN"
1
jack
on
the unit
using
a
coaxial RF cable.
ote
There
might
antenna to
be
an
some areas
where the
Connect the "RF OUT"
2 (Note: Analogue
jack
on
could be too
the unit to the "Antenna In"
stations available
Connect the "RGB OUT"
3 (The Output
4
signal strength
attenuator. Screw the attenuator onto the "ANT IN"
jack
on
jack
your TV
on
using
a
to connect the
coaxial RF cable.
only)
the unit to the "RGB IN for DTV"
Selection must be set to RGB, refer to
Connect the L/R "AUDIO OUT"
high. If so, you may need
jack. (Refer to page 10.)
jacks
on
Display
jack of your TV using VGA-type
Setup on page 17.)
connector.
Format
the unit to the L/R "AUDIO IN"
jacks
on
your TV
using RCA-type
cables.
ote
1080i, 720p, and 576p modes
are
available for RGB
outputs.
13
Connections
(Continued)
HD Monitor HDMI Connections
Antenna
HD
TV Connection Panel
Ready
Antenna
ANTENNA
Wall Jack Panel
INPUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
INPUT
HDMI
R
L
OR
VIDEO OUT
YPbPr OUT
ANT IN
Y
RGB OUT
COAXIAL
Pb
L
AUDIO T
RF OUT
SERVICE
Pr
R
Fixed
HDMI OUT
Variable
S-VIDEO
OPTICAL
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
1
Connect the "Antenna" to the "ANT IN"
jack
on
the unit
using
a
coaxial RF cable.
ote
There
might
antenna to
be
an
some areas
Connect the "RF OUT"
2 (Note: Analogue
jack
on
signal strength
could be too
the unit to the "Antenna In"
stations available
Connect the "HDMI"
3 Output
where the
attenuator. Screw the attenuator onto the "ANT IN"
jack
on
high. If so, you may need
jack. (Refer to page 10.)
jack
on
your TV
using
a
to connect the
coaxial RF cable.
only)
the unit to the "HDMI IN for DTV"
Selection must be set to HDMI, refer to
Display
Format
jack of
Setup
your TV
on
page
using
17.)
HDMI connector.
(The
ote
?
1080i, 720p, and 576p modes
?
A HDMI-HDTV
?
14
is
are
one
that is
available
on
HDMI
outputs.
compliant with EIA-861B specifications. Check your TV or monitor's
al to find out if the TV or monitor's HDMI input is compliant with these specifications.
Some HD Monitors designed for PC applications using HDMI may not work with this connection.
input
user manu-
Connections
(Continued)
VCR Connections
VCR Connection Panel
VIDEO
INPUT
R
V
INSTAL O
AUDIO INPUT
DEO OUT
LL
YPbPr OUT
ANT IN
Y
RGB OUT
COAXIAL
Pb
L
AUDIO T
RF OUT
SERVICE
Pr
R
Fixed
HDMI OUT
Variable
S-VIDEO
OPTICAL
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
Connect the L/R "AUDIO OUT"
RCA-type
cables.
(If
jacks and "VIDEO OUT" jack on the unit to the "A/V in" jacks
equipped with an S-Video jack, use the "S-Video" jack.)
on
your VCR
using
your VCR is
Caution
If the
Output Selection is set to YPbPr and
display onto the tape during recording if:
the program is changed with PR (+/--)
576i
display
format is
selected, the VCR will record
an onscreen
ote
The
caption signal
is recorded when the
display
format
settings
are
set to 576i.
(Refer
to page
17.)
15
Connections
(Continued)
Amplifier (Receiver) Connections
Amplifier (Receiver)
Connection Panel
L
R
COAXIAL
IO IN
OPTICAL
DIGITAL INPUT
OR
VIDEO OUT
YPbPr OUT
ANT IN
Y
R
BOUT
S
RVICE
COAXIAL
L
AUDIO T
RF OUT
R
Fixed
HDMI OUT
Variable
S-VIDEO
OPTICAL
HDTV Receiver Connection Panel
Connecting
to
an
amplifier equipped
Connect the Left and
receiver,
or
stereo
Right AUDIO
OUT
with two channel
jacks
on
analog
stereo
the unit to the audio left and
Dolby
or
right
in
jacks
Connect
one
Digital
A
of the unit's DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
amplifier.
digital
Use
your
amplifier,
optional digital (optical
or
jacks (OPTICAL or COAXIAL)
coaxial) audio cable.
to the
or
to
an
Audio/ Video
corresponding input jack
on
Multi-channel sound
supports
manual and the
16
an
multi-channel connection
receiver that
on
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)
your
Surround
logos
provides
one or more
on
the best sound
of the audio formats
the front of the receiver.
quality. For this
supported by your
you need a multi-channel Audio/Video
unit (Dolby Digital). Check the receiver
the
Setting
Display
Format
The unit
provides several display formats. The DISPLAY FORMAT button on
panel changes the output resolution. The output resolution may be
converted from the original broadcast format.
the front
Format
Display
1
Setup
Press DISPLAY FORMAT
The current
2 Depending
once on
the front
panel.
output signal will appear in the display window.
on
the
type of Monitor that the unit is connected to,
press DISPLAY FORMAT repeatedly on the front panel to select
desired output connector. (YPbPr, RGB, or HDMI.)
Press MENU button if you wish to exit the
3
DISPLAY FORMAT
Use OK
on
the front
panel
format
display
to confirm your
output
setting.
connector selec-
tion.
The current
Depending
4 press
output resolution will appear in the display window.
on
the
type of Monitor that the unit is connected to,
DISPLAY FORMAT
repeatedly
on
the front
panel
to select
desired
output resolution. (1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i)
Press MENU button if you wish to return to the output connector setting
mode.
5
Press OK
on
the front
panel
to confirm your
output resolution
selection.
Display
Format
setup is finished.
otes
?
You
can
exit
Display
Format
Setup
mode
by pressing
EXIT
on
the front
panel.
?
The S-VIDEO and VIDEO OUT
jacks' signals
are
converted from all for-
mats to 576i format.
?
Display
Format modes
When
using Composite
display will only appear
Input Signal
video
and
format
or S-video outputs from the unit,
operate if 576i format is selected.
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
HDMI OUT
1080i/720p/576p
VIDEO OUT
All formats converted to 576i
S-VIDEO OUT
All formats converted to 576i
on-screen
format
17
INSTAL O
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
be
menu
If you press the MENU butsystem will appear on the TV
displayed by pressing
If
(OK).
a menu
has
than three levels, the pop-up dialogue box will be displayed as the
fourth or fifth level. For navigating the menu levels, you will see B on the
more
"
right
side of the
To show and
menu
label to
remove
you go to the next level.
the Menu:
Press the MENU button
on
press of the MENU button
TV viewing.
To go to the next level:
Press
(OK)" (or B ")
"
help
"
the remote control to
or a
"
on
display
the
A second
menu.
press of the EXIT button will take you back to
the remote control.
To go back to the previous level:
Press MENU (or b ") on the remote control.
"
General
1
2
3
4
5
6
Operation
Press MENU.
The main
menu
will appear.
Use v / V to select the desired
menu
While the desired
is
move
menu
option
selected, press B
or
(OK)
to
to the second level.
Use v / V to select the second
Press B
Some
option.
or
menu
menu
option.
(OK) to move to the third level.
options require additional steps.
Press MENU to return to the
previous menu
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
ote
If your TV is in zoom mode, the menu screen may be cut off.
In this case, set the TV's zoom mode to normal to display the
18
menu
properly.
Setup
Menu
Options
ote
PIN is needed to
to
the SETUP
access
if
menu
[Lock System] option
is set
[On].
Auto
Programming
finds all programs (digital), and stores all the active programs
the program list. Inactive or weak programs may not appear on the
Automatically
found
on
list.
Press MENU to
1
2
Select the SETUP
3
Select the Auto
move
move
the
display
using
menu
(OK)
or
B to
v / V then press
Programming using
(OK)
B to
or
to the third level.
When program search is
found appears on the TV
Program
Edit
You
a
can
v / V then press
to the second level.
The program search process
ing
(OK), MENU or EXIT.
4
on-screen menu.
edit
channel
begins.
complete,
You
can
stop the process by press-
the lowest program number
screen.
manually (name, skip, etc.).
ote
PIN is needed to
to
the SETUP
access
if
menu
[Lock System] option
is set
[On].
1
Press MENU to
2
Select the SETUP
3
Select the
move
move
The
the
display
menu
on-screen menu.
using
v / V then press
(OK)
or
B to
v / V then press
(OK)
or
B to
to the second level.
Program
Edit
using
to the third level.
Program
Edit
menu
appears.
4
Use v / V to select
5
Use v / V to select the program
a
program number then b to select
option
then press
option.
(OK).
Favorite: Selects program to be favorite.
Skip: Skips
Block Blocks the program.
Note: If you access this menu
when resolution is set to 576p,
720p,
or
are
Rename
Changes
the station
ters appears.
To enter characters,
1080i, the VIDEO OUT
and S-VIDEO OUT
the selected channel.
jacks' signals
see
name.
The
display
for
entering
charac-
page 38.
blocked. Press EXIT button to
restore the
output signals.
6
Press MENU to return to the
previous screen
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
19
MENUOPRATI
Setup
Menu
Options
ote
PIN is needed to
to
access
the SETUP
menu
if
is set
[Lock System] option
[On].
Signal Strength
Shows the
the correct
1
strength
position
bar for
Press MENU to
display
2
Select the SETUP
3
4
Select the
The
incoming signal
to
help
you
adjust
the antenna to
from your location.
the
on-screen menu.
using
menu
v / V then press
(OK)
or
B.
Signal Strength using v / V.
signal strength bar will be displayed.
Press MENU to return to the
previous screen
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
HDD Format
Formats the HDD
(Hard
Disk
Drive): everything
recorded
on
the HDD will be
erased.
1
2
3
Press MENU to
display
Select the SETUP
the
using
menu
Select the HDD Format
on-screen menu.
v / V then press
v / V then press
using
(OK)
(OK)
or
or
B.
B to
move
to the third level.
The confirm message will appear.
'
4
Use b / B to select 'Yes
5
Press MENU to return to the
It takes
a
or 'No' then press ENTER.
few moments to format the HDD.
previous screen
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
Caution
If you want to format the
erased.
20
HDD, everything recorded
on
the HDD will be
Audio Menu
Options
Audio
Option
The Audio
being
1
Option
allows you to select
an
audio stream for the TV program
received.
Press MENU to
display
the
2
Select the Audio
3
Select the desired mode
on-screen menu.
v / V then press
Option using
MENUOPRATI
B.
or
v / V.
using
Dolby Digital: Dolby Digital
(OK)
audio stream is received.
MPEG: MPEG audio stream is received.
4
Press MENU to return to the
previous menu
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
Digital
Audio
Sets the unit's
Output
digital
Audio
Output according
to the
type of audio system you
use.
1
Press MENU to
display
the
2
Select the AUDIO
3
Select the
4
Select the desired audio
(OK)
Digital
menu
on-screen menu.
using
Audio Out
v / V then press
option using
(OK)
B.
or
v / V then press
B.
or
output using
v / V.
Dolby Digital: Select "Dolby Digital" if you connected the unit's DIGIjack to a Dolby Digital decoder (or an amplifier or other
equipment with a Dolby Digital decoder).
TAL OUT
PCM: Select when the unit's DIGITAL OUT
channel
5
digital
stereo
jack
is connected to
a
press EXIT
the
2-
amplifier.
Press MENU to return to the
previous menu
viewing.
or
on
remote control to return to TV
otes
?
?
If you select the
Digital", the unit
"Dolby Digital"
(OPTICAL and COAXIAL).
"Digital Audio Out" is fixed
The
and current audio stream is not
"Dolby
outputs the "PCM" signal from DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jacks
to "PCM" when the "Audio
Option"
is set to
"MPEG",
21
Special
Menu
Options
Screen
You
1
2
Type
choose your TV
can
type.
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
Use v / V to select the OPTION
menu
then press B
or
OK to
move
to the second level.
3
Use v / V to select the Screen
4
Press v
5
Use v / V to select
or
OK to
16:9: Select if
4:3: Select if
to the third level.
move
option (16:9
an
or
4:3).
16:9 wide TV is connected.
a
a
Type option.
standard 4:3 TV is connected.
ote
When
changing
the
screen
type, the TV
screen
will be blanked for
a
short while.
6
Press MENU to return to the
previous menu
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
on
the
remote control to return to TV
Aspect Ratio
Lets you choose the
1
Follow
steps
screen
1-2
as
format
shown above
2
Use v / V to select the
3
Press B
4
Use v / V to select
5
Press MENU to return to the
or
OK to
according
Aspect
move
an
the
ratio.
screen
(Screen Type).
Ratio
option.
to the third level.
option.
previous menu
viewing
or
press EXIT
remote control to return to TV
otes
?
If the Screen
"Letter Box
?
Type selected is 16:9, the Aspect Ratio is set
(16:9)", "Full (16:9)", or "Pan and Scan (16:9)".
If the Screen
"Letter Box
Type
(4:3)",
to
selected is 4:3, the Aspect Ratio is set to
Full (4:3)", or "Pan and Scan (4:3)".
"
ip
?
While
watching TV, you can change the picture aspect ratio using ARC
the remote control. To view a high definition picture with 4:3 normal TV,
use
the ARC button
(Letter Box,
?
To view
on
or
on
a
the remote control to
the wide mode
Scan).
the remote control to
Full
change
).
picture with wide (16:9) TV, use the ARC button
change the wide mode in the cycle (Letter Box,
standard definition
(Letter Box,
22
on
Pan and Scan
definition
Pan and
To view
ton
high
or
the remote control to
Full
?
a
Full
on
or
Pan and
picture
change
Scan).
with wide
(16:9) TV,
use
the wide mode in the
the ARC but-
cycle
Special
Menu
Options
Clock Set
Enables the
signals
rent time
1
adjust the time zone. Normally, your
by DTV stations. Choosing your time
automatically.
to
user
transmitted
Press MENU to
display
the
Select the SPECIAL
3
Use v / V to select the Clock Set
4
Use v / V to select On
If you select
Off,
Off then press
the clock is not set.
5
If you select
On,
use
6
Press MENU to return to the
move
zone
using
sets the
cur-
on-screen menu.
2
menu
clock is set
v / V then press
using
option
(OK)
then press B
or
B.
(OK)
or
to
to the third level.
(OK).
or
v / V to set Time Zone.
previous menu
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
ote
?
There
are cases
where the TV station does not send, or sends wrong date
causing the unit to set an incorrect time.
and/or time information
?
You have
no
way to
manually
set the clock.
Caption
If the Caption option is set
receiving TV program with
If the Caption option is set
to
On, Closed Caption is displayed when
Closed
to
Caption signal.
Off, Closed Caption is
not
displayed.
ote
Caption
will appear
only
if
provided by
the broadcaster.
ip
?
?
If available, you can also select a closed caption while
CC button repeatedly on the remote control.
If
captions
are
available, the DTV caption icon (
gram information display, to indicate that you
tion options with the CC button.
can
viewing TV,
press
) appears on the proselect one of those cap-
23
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
set up. A PIN is
Lock System is set to
ously
1
2
required
Off, the
previgain access to the LOCK menus. When the
Program and Program Rating are not effective.
to
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
Usev/VtoselecttheLOCKthenpressBor
When you have not entered
Enter "0000" PIN
using
When you have
already
Enter the
PIN
Press B
to
Use v / V to select
yet;
a
move
personal
System option.
to the third level.
option (On
an
PIN;
the numbered buttons to confirm the
Press MENU to return to the
or
Off).
previous menu
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
on
the
remote control to return to TV
Changes
24
(OK)
or
PIN
entered
Use v / V to select the Lock
Change
1
a
the numbered buttons.
4-digit
using
4-digit security PIN.
3
4
5
6
(OK)tomoveto
the second level.
PIN
the PIN.
Follow
steps
1-2
as
shown above
2
Use v / V to select the
3
4
5
6
Press B
or
Change
to
move
4-digit
code.
code
again
(OK)
Enter the
new
Enter the
same
(Lock System).
PIN
option.
to the third level.
to
Press MENU to return to the
verify.
previous menu
viewing.
remote control to return to TV
or
press EXIT
Lock
(Parental Control)
Menu
Options (Continued)
Channel Block
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 19).
1
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
2 Usev/VtoselecttheLOCKthenpressBor
(OK)tomoveto
the second level.
When you have not entered
Enter "0000" PIN
using
When you have
already
a
PIN
yet;
the numbered buttons.
entered
Enter the 4-digit PIN using
4-digit security PIN.
a
PIN;
the numbered buttons to confirm the
Use v / V to select the Ch Block then press B
personal
(OK).
3
4 Usev/V/b/Btoaprogramontheblockprogrammenu.
The program list
Press
5 program
(OK)
screen
to block
or
unblock the program
mark will appear to the
blocked program.
720p,
or
1080i, the VIDEO OUT
and S-VIDEO OUT
are
Repeat step
4 gram
list
jacks' signals
blocked. Press EXIT button to
restore the
5
on
the block
menu.
The
Note: If you access this menu
when resolution is set to 576p,
or
appears.
3 to block
or
right
of the station
name
to indicate the
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
output signals.
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.
2 Usev/VtoselecttheLOCKthenpressBor
(OK)tomoveto
the second level.
When you have not entered
Enter "0000" PIN
using
When you have
already
entered
(OK)
or
to
move
a
rating.
Use v / V to select
G
(Parental
Guidance
a
PIN;
personal
guidance option.
to the third level.
Content is not offensive to most viewers.
(General Audiences):
PG
yet;
the numbered buttons to confirm the
Use v / V to select the Parent
Press B
PIN
the numbered buttons.
Enter the 4-digit PIN using
4-digit security PIN.
3
4
5
a
Recommended):
Content is such that
parents
may not want their children to view the program.
M
(Mature Audience 15+): Mature Audience only.
specifically designed to be viewed by adults and
This program is
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
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strong violence 15+)
Not for children under age 18.
Strong
elements of
and/or violence.
Blocking
6
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
HDR Menu
Operations
List
Program
The
on
Program List shows the recorded
(Hard Disk Drive).
programs etc. that have been stored
the HDD
ip
You
can
button
also
on
bring up the Program List
the remote control.
Program
1
2
List
General
Setting,
by pressing
the PROGRAM LIST
Operation
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
Use v / V to select the HDR
menu
then press B
or
(OK)
to
move
to the second level.
Use v / V to select the
3
4
5
The
6
The
Press B
(OK)
or
to
Program
display
List
the
option.
List.
Program
List shows title of the program, date, and duration.
Program
On the
Program List menu, use b / B to select a program.
snapshots of the selected program appear if the program
remains highlighted.
A series of
Press
(OK) to display the options.
options will be displayed as shown
Play: Plays
to the left.
back the selected program.
Rename: Rename the program title.
Youcanrenameaprogramtitle.Keyinthetitleusingv/V/b/Bor
(OK). Then choose "OK" then press
(OK) to install the program
title.
Move: Moves the program to the another folder.
Delete: Deletes the selected program.
Delete Part: Deletes
Save Part: Saves
Divide: Divides
a
Close: Closes the
7
Press EXIT
or
a
a
part of the program.
part of the program.
program into two.
menu.
PROGRAM LIST button to
remove
bad sector
one or
the
Program
List.
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If the unit finds
deleted from
?
a
Program
on
the hard disk,
all programs may be
List.
Total number of programs
on
the
Program
List
can
be up to 512 per folder.
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HDR Menu
Operations (Continued)
Timer Record List
The Timer Record List shows the programs you have reserved in the Timer
Record menu.
ip
You
can
also
bring
RECORD button
up the Timer Record List
the remote control.
Timer Record List
1
2
3
4
5
by pressing
the TIMER
on
Settings,
General
Operation
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
Use v / V to select the HDR
menu
then press B
(OK)
or
to
move
to the second level.
Use v / V to select the Timer Record List
Press B
(OK)
or
to
display
option.
the Timer Record List
menu.
Timer Record List appears.
Use v / V to select
a
program then press
(OK)
to to
display
the
menu.
The
menu
options
will be
Modify: Modifies the
(Refer to page 29.)
displayed
as
shown to the left.
contents of entered data for reserved program.
Delete: Deletes the selected program from the Timer Record List
menu.
Close: Returns to the Timer Record List
6
Press EXIT
or
TIMER RECORD button to
menu.
remove
the Timer Record
List.
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To program the new Timer Record Program, select "New" icon then press
(OK) in the Timer Record List menu and Timer Record menu will appear.
You can create new Timer Record Program. (Refer to page 29.)
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28
?
If the disk space available is insufficient while
itself off.
?
If you want to stop recording, you must press the STOP button. If you
press POWER to stop recording, the program may not be recorded.
recording,
the unit will turn
HDR Menu
Operations (Continued)
Timer Record
This unit
can
1 month.
Simply
be
programmed
duration for each
2
3
4
5
a
of
period
recorded, the starting time and
recording.
Timer Record
1
to record up to 20 programs within
enter the channel to be
Settings,
General
Operation
Press MENU.
The main
menu
appears.
Use v / V to select the HDR
menu
then press B
(OK)
or
to
move
to the second level.
Use v / V to select the Timer Record
Press B
(OK)
or
to
use
the Timer Record
display
On the Timer Record menu,
column then
option.
use
v / V to select
b / B to
setting
a
move
menu.
to next
or
previous
for the selected
column.
Selects the program number to record.
Program:
Date: Selects
recording
Start Time: Selects
Duration: Selects
Mode: Selects
date.
recording
recording
recording repeat option.
Once...The unit is to record
unit is to record
Daily...The
Weekly...The
start time.
duration.
a
a
unit is to record
reserved program
reserved program
a
Weekend...The unit is to record
(Saturday
-
once.
daily.
reserved program every week.
a
reserved program every weekend
a
reserved program every
Sunday).
Weekday...The unit
(Monday Friday).
is to record
weekday
-
6
Press
The
to reserve your selection.
data is stored into the unit.
(OK)
input
If you press the EXIT button at
memorized.
step 6, the entered data is
not
ip
You
can
view the Timer Record
by pressing
Program
the PROGRAM LIST button
information you have
the remote control.
programmed
on
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The minimum
recording
time is 1 minute for TV channel and 2 minutes for
radio channel. If recorded time is shorter than the minimum
recording time,
the file is not saved.
?
If the disk space available is insufficient while
recording,
the unit will turn
itself off.
?
?
If you want to stop recording, you must press the STOP button. If you
press POWER to stop recording, the program may not be recorded.
If
new
timer
recording entry
conflicts with
existing entry,
new
entry will
not
be saved.
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Information
Displays
abcd
Program
The
Program Banner
(OK) button on
the
1
Banner
Display
appears whenever you tune to a
the remote control while viewing
new
a
program
or
press
program.
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 will be displayed on the TV screen for a moment
then disappear.
The
?
a) Digital Picture Grade
Displays the digital picture grade
(Standard Definition).
e
b)
Audio Format
such
as
HD
(High Definition)
or
SD
type (Dolby Digital, MPEG I, MPEG II)
Dolby Digital, MPEG I, or MPEG II.
Indicates audio track is
c) Program
Displays
number and Station
name
the current program number and station
d) Displays Program
e) Displays progress bar for playback,
Delayed-Timeshift playback.
f) Displays elapsed
f
2
name.
number
live TV,
or
time.
Press
The
(OK) again while the Program Banner is displayed.
Program Banner disappears from the TV screen.
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30
?
Station
?
If program scrambled, may not be able to
name
and clock
are
displayed only
if
are set up
the program.
they
see
by
broadcast.
Information
Displays (Continued)
abcdef
Program
The
Program
Information
Information appears whenever you press the INFO button
the remote control while
1
Press INFO while
Program
Display
viewing
a
watching
a
Information appears
on
program.
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program
the TV screen.
on
title
a) Program
Indicates title of current program.
b)
gh
Date
the start date.
Displays
ijkl
c)
Start Time
the start time for the current program.
Displays
d) Progress bar
Displays elapsed
End Time
e)
the end time for the current program.
Displays
f)
time.
Clock
the current clock.
Displays
Full Information
g)
Indicates that there is
descriptions
h)
a
full information available to
provide
detailed
of the program.
Text Information
Indicates that there is teletext information available.
i) Digital
Closed
Caption
Icon
Indicates that the current program contains
service.
j)
Wide Icon
(
)
and
Digital
digital
closed
caption
data
Picture Grade
Indicates that the current program is shown in wide
Displays the digital picture grade such as HD (High
picture format.
Definition) or SD
(Standard Definition).
k)
Content
Content
Advisory
Advisory
Icon
data is used for the
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
displays rating
Previous
l)
or
value of program.
Next selection
Indicates the information is for next
change
2
between Next
Press INFO
The
or
Program
or
or
previous
program. Use b / B to
Previous.
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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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
Program
Press the GUIDE button
To Exit the
Guide
on
your remote control.
Guide
Program
Press the EXIT button to return to the last program you
To
Navigate through
Use b / B / v / V
on
programs
on
were
viewing.
the Guides
your remote control to
navigate
the
guide
screen.
To Tune to another current program
Use b / B / v / V to select
a
current program then press
(OK).
You
can
watch the program.
To
Display
You
can
the Full Information window
view detailed information of the
Press INFO to
display
highlighted program if available.
detailed information window. To exit the detailed
information window, press INFO
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again.
Normal
Operation
PREV. button
Number buttons
Program Selection
You
select
can
a
program
Number buttons
Use Number
(on
(0-9)
PREV. button
(on
as
shown below.
the remote
control)
buttons to select
the remote
a
program
directly.
control)
Press to return to the
TV/
previous program being viewed. For example, if the
unit is tuned to program 55 and then you change to program 56, pressing
PREV. will return to program 55.
PREV.
RADIO
AUDIO
FAV button
INFO
(on
Press to scroll
MUTE
through
control)
your favorite programs.
FAV
VOL
GUIDE
the remote
PR +/-- buttons
PR
TEXT
CC
ARC
PROGRAM
LIST
TIMER
RECORD
(on
the remote
control)
Use PR +/--
on
unit
the programs in memory.
through
the remote control
or
or
v / V
v / V
on
(on
the front
the front
panel
to
panel)
cycle
the
LIST buttons
LIST
Press LIST
on the remote control and Program List appears. Use v / V to
program that you want to view. Whenever you press the
TV/RADIO button while the program list is displayed, the program list will
be switched between TV and Radio program list.
MARK
select
SKIP+
LIST button
a
PR +/-- buttons
FAV button
VOL +/-- buttons
AUDIO
INFO
MUTE
FAV
Volume
Adjusts
Adjustment
the volume of
VOL +/-- buttons
VOL
Use VOL +/--
PR
on
the volume for
MUTE
MUTE button
(on
analogue
(on
audio out
the remote
control)
the remote control
analogue
the remote
audio out
on
or
on
unit.
or
b / B
b / B
on
(on
the front
the front
panel
to
panel)
adjust
the unit.
control)
Press MUTE to turn off the volume for
analogue/digital
audio out
on
the
unit.
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Before
setting Audio Variable to Off, make sure that you have turned down
the TV's volume to the minimum. Otherwise, sudden high volume sound
may cause hearing or speaker damage.
The volume of digital audio out on unit can not be
adjusted
on
the unit.
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Recording Setup Options
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The minimum
recording
time is 1 minute for TV channel and 2 minutes for
radio channel. If recorded time is shorter than the minimum
recording time,
the file is not saved.
Normal
Recording
Follow the instructions below to record
immediately and allows you to
without using the Time Record
make
a
a TV program. Recording starts
recording easily of a preset length
menu.
In live TV mode
Select the desired channel with PR
1
(+/-).
Press REC.
2 Recording
TV
will start. The
Press v / V
3
menu as
illustrated to the left, will appear
on
the
screen.
repeatedly
to select the
Each press of v / V button
sequence shown below.
changes
recording time length.
recording duration in the
the
Unlimited→5min→10min→15min→20min→
.........
→960min
Press
4
The
(OK).
elapsed recording
Press EXIT to
remove
Press STOP to
5
time indicator appears
on
the
screen.
indicator.
stop recording.
ote
During
T1
(tuner 1) recording,
PIP channel will be restricted to that
particular
channel.
In
playback
1
2
mode
Press PIP button.
Select the desired channel with PIP PR
(+/-).
Press REC.
3 Recording
TV
4
will start. The
menu as
illustrated to the left, will appear
screen.
Press v / V
repeatedly
to select the
Each press of v / V button
sequence shown below.
changes
recording time length.
recording duration in the
the
Unlimited→5min→10min→15min→20min→
5
→960min
Press
The
(OK).
elapsed recording
Press EXIT to
6
.........
remove
Press STOP to
time indicator appears
on
the
screen.
indicator.
stop recording.
ip
You
34
can
check the current
recording
status
by pressing
(OK)
button.
on
the
Recording Setup Options (Continued)
ote
The minimum
recording
time is 1 minute for TV channel and 2 minutes for
radio channel. If recorded time is shorter than the minimum
recording time,
the file is not saved.
Reservation
Recording
TIMER RECORD button
using
Press TIMER RECORD button.
1
The Timer
List
Recording
Follow
5-6
steps
2 Operation
on
as
menu
appears.
shown for Timer Record
Settings,
General
page 29.
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If the disk space is insufficient while recording, the unit will stop Record.
If you want to stop recording, you must press STOP button.
If new timer recording entry conflicts with existing entry, new entry will not be
saved.
Dual
You
Recording
features
record two programs at the
built-in TV tuner.
can
Dual
recording
is
capable
time
same
using
the recorder's two
when:
pressing
REC to record another channel
during
normal
?
pressing
REC to record another channel
during
Timer
?
timer
recording
activates
?
timer
recording
activates
?
Recording.
recording.
during dual recording.
two recording to start the
You must
Follow
during
normal
recording.
stop one of
steps 1 and 2 as below.
timer
recording.
ip
You
To
1.
can
check the current
recording
status
by pressing
(OK)
button.
stop dual recording.
Press STOP.
The channel choice
menu
appears
on
the TV
screen.
2.
Select a channel you want to stop recording then press
The selected channel's recording stops.
3.
If you have stopped T1 (tuner 1) recording and wish to record
open PIP window, select a channel then press REC.
4.
If you want to
(OK).
again,
stop another channel's recording, press STOP.
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When T2
(tuner 2)
is in
recording mode,
there
are some
restrictions to
some
of the functions.
1.
Main screen's channel will be restricted to that
(Other
2.
channels
can
be viewed
through
PIP
particular
window)
Channel.
Timeshift function will not be available.
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Playback Options
Normal
Select
Playback
program in the Program List menu then start playback
List" on page 27 to see more detailed information).
a
(Refer
to
"Program
Scan
1.
Press FF
or
REW
during playback.
The unit will go into SCAN mode.
2.
Press FF
or
REW
repeatedly
to select the
X2, X5, X20, X50, X300 (forward
3.
required speed:
backward).
To exit SCAN mode, press PLAY.
Still Picture and
1.
or
Press PAUSE
Frame-by-Frame
Advance
during playback.
The unit will go into PAUSE mode.
2.
3.
You
can
edly
on
advance the
picture frame-by-frame by pressing
PAUSE
repeat-
the remote control.
To exit PAUSE mode, press PLAY.
Slow Motion
1.
Press PAUSE
during playback
then press FF.
The unit will go into SLOW mode.
2.
To exit SLOW mode, press PLAY.
Jump
to
Starting position
Press FIRST
Jump
during playback.
to End
Press END
position
during playback.
Repeat
To
repeat
a
sequence.
1.
Press MARK at your chosen
2.
Press MARK
The
3.
again
starting point.
at your chosen end
point.
repeat sequence begins.
To cancel the sequence, press MARK.
Stop
Press STOP
Smart
during playback
to
see
the current broadcast.
Skip (+/-)
Smart
Skip is a trick play mode, providing intelligent scene selection in either
replay or skip forward modes. Instead of searching with fixed time methods,
smart skip searches for active scene clusters then jumps to the first scene in
the next or previous available cluster of scenes or back. This is more meaningful to viewers than jumping to a more static scene (anchor person scene
from a news broadcast, etc).
During playback, press SKIP+ at the starting point of the section you want to
watch. Press SKIP-- if you want to go backward.
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Pressing
to the
36
SKIP+ afterward
same scene.
pressing
SKIP-- does not
guarantee coming back
Timeshift
(Pause,
Live
TV/Playback) Setup
You
and
Operation
the timeshift function to pause, rewind and
can use
replay
live TV
program.
12
3
1
2
Select
3
Press
a
TV program to
Press TIMESHIFT
left. The
or
use
the timeshift function.
PAUSE to start timeshift
(OK) twice to display the
Progress Bar disappears
1. Indicates the
playback
2. Indicates the Timeshift
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playback.
progress Bar
after
shown to the
as
mode.
time.
delayed
3. Indicates the current Timeshift
position.
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If disk space is insufficient during
Timeshift section will be deleted.
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To
?
You
save
can
Timeshift
a
operation,
the oldest
disk space, a program that has no signal can't be stored.
only use timeshift function when T2 (tuner 2) is not in recording
mode.
ip
You
on
can use
previous
the
play
functions
(Slow, Scan, etc.).
Refer to
Playback options
page.
To start timeshift
playback
Press TIMESHIFT whilst
To stop timeshift
Press LIVE TV
during
viewing
a
live TV program.
playback
timeshift
playback
and you
can
view the live TV
program.
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Editing
a
recorded program
Naming
You
Program
a
can name
independently.
programs
Names
be up to 32 characters
can
long.
1
Press the PROGRAM LIST.
The
Program
List
will appear.
menu
2 Usev/V/b/Btochooseaprogramyouwanttorenameonthe
Program
(OK).
List
The
menu
then press
menu
options
appears.
Use v / V to select "Rename"
3 Keyboard
4
Enter
menu
a name
then press
option
then press
(OK).
appears.
for the title. Use b / B / v / V to select
(OK)
a
character
to confirm your selection.
Inserts a space at the cursor position.
Delete: Deletes the previous character at the
Space:
position.
cursor
Clear: Clears all entered characters.
b / B: Moves
cursor
to left
or right.
previous menu
Cancel: Returns to the
screen.
OK: Select to finish.
5
6
Choose OK then press
vious
Press EXIT to exit the
Moving
You
(OK)
to fix the
name
and return to the pre-
menu screen.
Program
a
can move a
menu.
to Another Folder
to another folder. After
program(s)
the
moving,
program(s)
will be deleted from the current location.
1
Press the PROGRAM LIST.
The
Program
List
will appear.
menu
Use v / V / b / B to choose
2 Program
The
3
List
menu
options
Move
You
menu
can
38
the
option
then press
(OK).
will appear.
select
can
a
folder to
create
then press
above.
menu
see
move on
appears.
Use v / V to select "Move"
4 Also, you
5
a program you want to
then press
(OK).
menu
Select "Move"
new
move.
folder. Select "Create"
(OK). Keyboard
option
then press
menu
option
on
the Move
appears. To enter characters,
(OK)
to
begin moving.
Editing
a
recorded program
(Continued)
Deleting
Program
a
When you erase a program from the Program List menu, the program is
actually deleted from the HDD and the remaining time available for recording
increases.
1
Press the PROGRAM LIST.
The
List
Program
menu
will appear.
2 Usev/V/b/Btochooseaprogramyouwanttodeleteonthe
Program
(OK).
List
The
3
Select "Delete"
4
Press
5
(OK)
appears.
option
from the
options
deleting
2
-
can
1
The
menu.
(OK).
menu
is
displayed.
5 to continue to delete from the
Press EXIT to exit the
You
the
will appear.
Use b / B to select "YES" then press
The selected program is deleted.
After pressing
(OK), the new, updated
Deleting
on
to confirm.
The confirm message for
6 Repeat steps
7
then press
menu
options
menu
menu.
menu.
Part
a
delete
a
part which you do
not want in the title.
Press the PROGRAM LIST.
List
Program
menu
will appear.
Use v / V / b / B to choose
2 Program
The
3
4
menu
List
a program you want to delete
then press
(OK).
menu
options
playback
starting point.
and
Press MARK at the
The
part is indicated
then press
(OK).
pause step, search and slow-motion to find the
option
use
starting point of the
on the Progress Bar.
section you want to delete.
5
Use pause
step, search and slow-motion
6
Press MARK at the
7
If you want to proceed editing, press STOP.
The confirm message for deleting will appear.
Use b / B to select [Yes] then press
(OK).
The selected
the
appears.
Select "Delete Part"
Starts
on
ending point
to find the
ending point.
of the section you want to delete.
part is deleted from the program.
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Editing
a
recorded program
(Continued)
Saving
You
1
a
Part
can save a
part which you
want in the title.
Press the PROGRAM LIST.
The
List
Program
menu
will appear.
2 Usev/V/b/Btochooseaprogramyouwanttosaveonthe
Program
(OK).
List
The
3
4
menu
menu
options
then press
appears.
Select "Save Part"
option
Starts
use
playback
starting point.
and
Press MARK at the
The
part is indicated
then press
(OK).
pause step, search and slow-motion to find the
starting point of the
on the Progress Bar.
section you want to
5
Use pause
step, search and slow-motion
6
Press MARK at the
7
If you want to proceed editing, press STOP.
The confirm message for deleting will appear.
Use b / B to select [Yes] then press
(OK).
The selected
ending point
to find the
save.
ending point.
of the section you want to
save.
part is saved from the program.
Divide One Title Into Two
1
Press the PROGRAM LIST.
The
Program
List
menu
will appear.
2 Usev/V/b/Btochooseaprogramyouwanttodivideonthe
Program
(OK).
List
The
3
4
menu
menu
options
Select "Divide"
Starts
Use
then press
appears.
option
then press
play,
pause step, search and slow-motion to find the
want to divide the program.
5
Press MARK at the
6
If you want to proceed editing, press STOP.
The confirm message for dividing will appear.
Use b / B to select "Yes" then press
(OK).
point
you want to divide.
The program is divided into two
40
(OK).
playback.
new
programs.
point
you
Editing
a
recorded program
(Continued)
Editing
You
can
1
The
folder
create, delete,
or rename a
folder.
Press the PROGRAM LIST.
Program
List
menu
will appear.
2 Usev/V/b/Btochooseafolderyouwanttoeditonthe
Program
(OK).
List
The
3
options
menu
then press
appears.
Use v / V to choose
Create: Creates
an
a new
option
then press
(OK).
folder
Youcannamethefolder.Keyinthefoldernameusingv/V/b/B
and
(OK). Then choose "OK" then press
(OK) to install the folder name.
Delete: Deletes the selected folder.
Rename: Rename the folder.
You
and
can rename
(OK).
the folder.
Key
in the folder
using v / V / b / B
(OK) to install the fold-
name
Then choose "OK" then press
er name.
Cancel: Closes the
4
options.
Press MENU to return to the
previous menu
viewing.
or
press EXIT
on
the
remote control to return to TV
41
NORMALPETI
Teletext
Operation
Teletext is
can
an
optional function,
therefore
those with the teletext
only
system
receive the teletext broadcast.
Teletext is
a
free service broadcast
the-minute information
and many other
on
by some TV stations which gives up-toweather, television programs, share prices
news,
topics.
The teletext decoder
can
support the SIMPLE systems. SIMPLE (standard
teletext) consists of a number of pages
ing the corresponding page number.
which
are
selected
by directly
enter-
Teletext in Service
The unit
gives
aspects such
This teletext
es
Note: If you access this menu
when resolution is set to 576p,
720p,
or
are
1
jacks' signals
blocked. Press EXIT button to
restore the
output signals.
can
access
to teletext which is
in various
greatly improved
text and
be
graphics.
accessed by special
teletext services and
specific
servic-
which broadcast teletext.
1080i, the VIDEO OUT
and S-VIDEO OUT
you
as
2
Press number
or
PR+/- buttons to select
Press TEXT to
access on
Follow the indications
3 pressing
4
service which
a
broadcasts teletext.
on
the teletext.
teletext and
move
RED and GREEN buttons and
Press TEXT
or
onto the next
step by
so on.
EXIT to switch off teletext and return to TV
viewing.
Teletext on/off
TEXT
1.
Press TEXT to switch to teletext.
The initial page or last page appears on the screen.
Two page numbers, TV station name, date and time
are
displayed
on
the
2.
Press TEXT
or
headline. The first
screen
page number indicates your selection, while the second shows the current page
displayed.
EXIT to switch off teletext.
ote
If your TV is in zoom mode, the Teletext menu screen may be cut off.
In this case, set the TV's zoom mode to normal to display the menu
Page
1.
screen
properly.
selection
Enter the desired page number as a three digit number with the numbered buttons.
If during selection you press a wrong number, you must complete the three digit number and then
reenter the correct page number.
2.
Use PR
3.
Use RED/GREEN buttons to
Special
CC
(+/-)
buttons to select the
previous
move
or
next page.
up and down pages.
Teletext Functions
MIX button
Displays the
again.
teletext pages
superimposed
on
the TV
picture.
To switch the TV
picture
off press this but-
ton
GUIDE
INDEX button
Selects the index page.
ARC
FREEZE button
Stops
the automatic page
When this button is
the automatic page
42
change which will occur if a teletext page consists of 2 or
pressed the stop symbol is displayed at the top left-hand corner
change is inhibited. To continue press this button again.
more
of the
sub pages.
screen and
Special
Features
PIP
(Picture
in
Picture)
This function enables you to view the stored stations in sub
viewing
or
picture during
TV
playback.
On and off
Press PIP to switch
Program
on
the sub
selection for sub
Use PIP PR+
or
picture,
picture
change
PIP PR- to
press EXIT to switch it off.
the program when sub
picture's input
is set to tuner.
Sub
picture position change
repeatedly until desired position
Press PIP
moves
Swap
You
is achieved. The sub
picture
clockwise.
main and sub
can
picture
swap the main and sub
picture during
TV
viewing.
Press SWAP.
ote
Picture swap is not available
during playback
Sleep
Timer
You
set the unit to turn off
can
or
recording.
Setting
time.
automatically at a specified
sleep time.
1 Press SLEEP to set the desired
The
sleep
time appears
on
the TV
screen.
2 Each time you press SLEEP, it changes in the
Sleep Timer : Off → 10 minutes → 20 minutes →
following
→
....
order.
240 minutes
ip
You
can
check the time
Press SLEEP. The
remaining
remaining time
before the unit turns off.
appears
on
the TV
screen
43
NORMALPETI
Programming
the Remote Control to
This remote control is
grammed
to
operate
a
Operate
the TV
multi-brand universal remote control that
can
be pro-
most remote-controllable devices from other manufac-
turers.
TV
STB
STB
VCR
DVD
MODE
AUX
ote
POWER
The remote control may not be able to control all models of other brands.
INPUT
PIP
PIP PR+
SLEEP
SWAP
PIP PR--
1
Test your remote control.
To find out whether your remote control
operate
can
programming, turn on the device such as a
sponding mode (VCR) using MODE on the
TV/
PREV.
RADIO
AUDIO
INFO
MUTE
FAV
Turn
2 ding
on
corre-
remote control while
at the device. Use POWER and PR +/-- buttons to
responds properly. If not, the remote
grammed to operate the device.
device without
a
VCR and select the
see
pointing
if the device
control mode needs to be pro-
the device to be
mode
programmed. Then select the correspon(VCR, AUX, TV, DVD or STB) with the MODE button on
the remote control.
VOL
GUIDE
LIST
PR
TEXT
CC
PROGRAM
LIST
TIMER
RECORD
Press POWER and MUTE buttons
3
4 First,
The remote control is
ARC
There
a
MARK
are
now
ready
simultaneously.
to program
if you press PR + buttons repeatedly, the codes will
time. If the right code is found, the device will turn off.
Second,
following
enter the code number
using
5
6 properly.
the number buttons
programming
Test the remote control functions to
EXIT
MENU
SKIP--
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
REC
FIRST
REW
FF
END
LIVE TV
change
can
on
one
the
be found
on
the
pages. If the code is correct, the device will turn off.
Press EXIT button to store the
44
code for the device.
remote control. Code numbers for various device
SKIP+
TIMESHIFT
a
two ways to find the correct code for the device.
If not,
repeat from step
see
2 to
code.
if the device
step
6 above.
responds
at
Remote Control Codes for TVs
TV Codes
Brand
Code
Akai
146 006
Amark
112 143
Ampro
Blaupunkt
167 073
088
Candle
002 003 004 006
Capehart
058
Citizen
002 003 004 043
Brand
Code
Brand
Code
Marantz
006 164 077
Techwood
004
Matsui
004 164
Teknika
002 003 004 024
Memorex
007 072 116 004
Metz
088
143 031 077 103
MGA
004 028 042 006
006
049 077 116 024
Telefunken
037 046 086 087
Minerva
088
Telerent
072
Mitsubishi
109 024 124 006
TMK
004 116
004 040 116 146
Toshiba
015 138 030 007
101 103 006 143
Classic
043
Concerto
004
Contec
039 043 050
051
Coronado
143
Craig
043 054
Crown
043 143
Daewoo
004 016 017 043
044 055 071 076
028 042
101 002 004 006
Totevision
143
Nikei
043
Universal
008 009
OnKing
043
Video
146
Onwa
043
Vidtech
004 116
Optonica
019 081
Wards
004 008 009 019
Panasonic
034 080 092 056
028 060 061 063
164
064 072 074 116
Philco
117 120 123
125 127 128 136
143
Philips
116 143 004
043
Electrohome
077 143 024
Emerson
028 048 043 155
005 096 047 116
153 151 050 004
Pioneer
007 057
Funai
028 043
Futuretech
043
General Electric
160 144 165 073
Hitachi
041
Inifinity
164
Inkel
129
JBL
J.C
008 030 065 160
JVC
038 083 145 034
070
KEC
043
Kloss
002 059
KMC
143
KTV
043 006 143 154
LG
102 106 110 112
(Goldstar)
072
Luxman
004
LXI
072
166 007 015 164
110 112 113 116
135 025 023 006
119 122 127 137
019 043 047 116
127 143
RCA
160 161 165 065
156 144 006 004
023 024 056 074
152
Realistic
007 019 043 047
Runco
168 169
Sampo
Samsung
058 116 004 006
050 089 101 105
113 116 127 133
143 001 004
Zonda
112
VCR Codes
Brand
Code
Aiwa
034
Akai
146 043 046 124
Ampro
Audio dynamics
072
125 016
Sanyo
166 007 057 082
020 053 021 033
039
Scott
028 043 116 004
048 143
Sears
015 030 004 007
039 043
035 037 129
Canon
028 031 033
Capehart
Craig
003 040 135
Curtis Mathes
031 033 041
Daewoo
005 007 010 064
112 116 117 119
Daytron
108
DBX
012 023 039 043
Dynatech
034 053
Electrohome
059
Emerson
006 029 035 025
027 034 036 037
046 101 129 131
160 116 082 101
088
Singnature
Sony
072
070 147 126 085
139 041 079 185
Soundesign
028 003 043 116
004
Spectricon
112
SSS
004 043
Super Macy
Sylvania
002
003 059 060 063
064 164 044 160
116 127 140 004
006
Tandy
Tatung
081
Technics
084 034 080
056 062
108
065 108 110 111
028 057 143 094
Siemens
012 023
Broksonic
137 143 160 004
061 063 064 160
022
157 103 102 106
160 005 006
Radio Shack
164 059 003 060
004 143 127 006
001 072 073 095
171 004 173
160 081 052
Magnavox
Zenith
034 092 056
004
Lodgenet
Logik
164 038 070 093
004 006
003 004 143 059
Quasar
113 116 119 122
127 137 143 001
043
116 131 143 058
156 006 101
013
116 004
Yupiteru
167
004 024 143 009
Jensen
York
143
Proton
164
Penny
004 143 006 127
144 160 161 165
011 163 166 158
023 075 006 009
Yamaha
Proscan
116 004
143 004 010 012
143 164
060 063 064 164
004 143
091 004 006 161
Hall Mark
003 024 056 059
Portand
130 008 009 034
056 074 116 155
Concepts
018 116 027 176
006 051 143 154
Fisher
040 062 101 051
MTC
103 107 111 114
Daytron
Dynasty
028 043 072 101
138 017 031 153
Fisher
003 008 009 010
Funai
034
General Electric
031 072 144 147
033 063 107 109
Go Video
132 136
Harman Kardon
012 045
Hitachi
004 026 034 043
150 063 137 018
Instant
Replay
JCL
J.C
031 033
031 033
Penny
012 013 015 066
040 033 101
Jensen
043
LG(Goldstar)
001 012 013 020
101 106 114 123
45
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Remote Control Codes for TVs
VCR Codes
Brand
Code
JVC
048 043 130 150
(Continued)
Brand
Code
Brand
Code
Sharp
149 031 054
Toshia
042
Shintom
024
Victor
006 039
Sony
009 056 057 058
AUX
050 055 060 012
031 033 152
Kenwood
077 003 149 052
014 043 048 039
076 031 078
034 047
Lloyd
034
LXI
034 101 013 014
003 009 017 106
Magin
Magnavox
067 031 034 041
031 067 012 033
069
Marta
101
Matsui
027 030
MEI
031 033
Memorex
STS
013
Sylvania
031 059 033 034
067
040
033 068
Marantz
Soundesign
101 003 010 014
031 034 053 072
Symphonic
Tandy
034
Teac
034 039 043
Technics
031 033 070
Teknika
031 019 033
045 046 059
Minolta
013 020
Mitsubishi
059 061 151 046
013 020 045 049
MTC
034 040
Multi Tech
024 034
NEC
034 101
034
TMK
006
Toshiba
112 131 008 047
059 082 042 013
Totevision
040 101
Unitech
040
Video Research
012
Video
012 046 034
Concepts
Videonsonic
040
Wards
013 024 031 034
040 053 054 003
012 023 043 048
017 033 131
039
Nordmende
043
Optonica
053 054
Panasonic
066 070 083 145
Yamaha
012 043 034 039
Zenith
001 072 080 056
048 034 101 058
012 013 020 106
133 140 074
Pentax
010 034
Thomas
139 134 033 102
MGA
034
114 123
013 020 031 033
Brand
(CD) Codes
Adc
Aiwa
Code
104
149 178 189 202
212
Akai
Denon
134 165 200
101 190 221 222
223
Emerson
133 136 152 166
175
Marantz
129 135 141 159
224 225 226
Fisher
113 122 138 140
168
GE
209
Hitachi
133 166
JVC
117 196 227 228
KENWOOD
105 110 113 118
144 154 155 198
200 216 217
Luxman
108 123 153 173
Magnavox
127 135 172 179
180
Mcs
Mitsubishi
111 147 156 169
120 179 229 230
231
Onkyo
125 126 130 131
213 215 232
Optimus
100 107 110 124
139 140 145 146
063
162 164 165 170
Philco
031 034 067
DVD Codes
Philips
031 067 034 101
Brand
Code
054 033 071
JVC
012
163
Pilot
101
LG
Pioneer
021 048 013
Mitsubishi
002
(Goldstar)
001 010 016 025
Panasonic
106 151 176 184
203 219 233
Philips
127 135 195 199
237
Portland
108
Pioneer
004 026
Pulsar
072
007
179 187 191 205
Quartz
011 014
Sony
Toshiba
019 008
206 207
Quasar
033 066 075 145
Zenith
010 016 025 001
Quasar
106 176
RCA
013 020 033 041
Radio shack
186 188
034 062 063 107
Sanyo
121 140 158 168
Sears
147
Realistic
Rico
109 140 144 145
AUX
147 040
Brand
(AUDIO) Codes
Code
003 008 010 014
Hitachi
010
031 033 034 040
JVC
006 039 049 050
053 054 101
KENWOOD
001 013 029 031
LG
005
044
058
(Goldstar)
Runco
148
Salora
014
Luxman
017
Samsung
032 040 102 104
Marantz
002 021 028 030
032 035
105 107 109 112
113 115 120 122
NAD
014
125
ONKYO
008 009 025 040
Sansui
022 043 048 135
Sanyo
003 010 014 134
Scott
Sears
Sharp
107 124 167 171
110 141 150 181
200 204 210 150
217
Sherwood
102 115 116 128
141 193
Sony
100 142 168 174
182 183 192 208
234 235 236
Technics
106 148 151 176
184 203 214 218
Teac
103 112 132 141
160 161 177 185
Optimus
011 013 022
007 102
Panasonic
003 015 036 046
017 037 129 112
Quasar
003 036
131
RCA
004
003 008 010 013
Sharp
013 029 043 045
Sherwood
012 019
STB Codes
Sony
027 034 038 048
Brand
Code
053
LG
001
Zenith
002, 001
014 081 101 009
020 031 042 017
073
46
041
Pioneer
161 197 201
Yamaha
109 119 137 143
194 211
(LST-3410A
Code)
Troubleshooting
Check the
following guide
for the
possible
cause
of
a
problem
before
Symptom
contacting
a
Service Centre.
Solution(s)
The unit does not turn
Plug
the power cord into
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 the unit is connected to your monitor or TV via the COMPONENT VIDEO jacks on
the back panel, the Output Selection must be set to YPbPr (refer to Display Format
on page 17.). Otherwise, you will probably see an abnormal picture.
If the unit is connected to your monitor or TV via the RGB port on the back
Setup
panel,Output Selection must be set to RGB (refer to Display Format Setup on page
17.). Otherwise, you may not be able to see a picture.
Select the Auto Program or Program Edit functions if you have not already done so.
Check to make sure all the cables are installed correctly and that the proper source
is selected on your TV. For example, Video 1 or 2.
The antenna signal strength 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 unit is connected
Picture is distorted.
Make
sure
Make
sure
Make
sure
the proper format is selected.
the proper aspect ratio is selected.
the video
output is connected
The remote control
Point the remote control
does not work
Operate
properly.
properly.
on
the remote
the remote control within 7
Remove
possible
Replace
exhausted batteries with
obstacles
to the TV.
sensor on
the unit.
m.
blocking
the
signal.
new ones.
47
REF NC
Specifications
Television
DVB-T Australian Standard
System
Frequency Range
RF
:
177.5 to 226.5 MHz
UHF
:
529.5 to 816.5 MHz
ANT IN
Inputs
Out To TV
HDMI
HDMI Out
RGB
Video
RGB Out
Output
S-Video
type Jack
connectors
connector
(1), 15-pin
S-Video Out
Output
Mini-DIN
(1), 4-pin
576i Y/C
Video Out
Output
Audio
Analog
(1), Typical
Composite
Audio Out
Output
Authorized Service Port
9-pin
Hard Disk Drive
160G
(W
x
H X
RCA
Serial Port
(1)
Bytes (LST-5402P),
4.4
250G
kg
Power
Requirements
AC 110-240V, 50/60Hz
Power
Consumption
35W
Humidity
0 to 99
Storage Temperature
-20 to 60
Operating Temperature
0 to 40
percent
non
degrees
degrees
condensing
Celsius
Celsius
RFcable....................1
Video and Audio
(L/R) cable
Component (YPbPr) cable
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.1
.1
RemoteControl..............1
Batteries(sizeAA)............2
and
specifications
connector
(2) (Variable Output Level)
430x76.5x326mm
D)
Weight
Design
type Jack
Coaxial, Optical (Dolby Digital, PCM output)
Output
Audio
Dimension
48
RCA
1080i, 720p, 576p RGB
Digital
?
(1)
Component Out (1 Set), Typical
1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i YPbPr
Output
576i
Acesori
75 ohm unbalanced
(1), 19 pin (HDMI standard, Type A)
1080i, 720p, 576p digital RGB
Output
Video
Enviroment
(1)
RF OUT
Component
Input/O
VHF
Compliant
are
subject
to
change
without
prior
notice.
Bytes (LST-5403P)
P/NO
:
3834RB0001Z
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