LG | 42PC1RV | LG 42PC1RV Owner’s Manual

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LCD TV
PLASMA TV
OWNER'S MANUAL
LCD TV MODELS
PLASMA TV MODELS
26LC2R
32LC2R *
42PC1RV *
42PC3RV *
*
Please read Information Manual included
before
reading
this manual and
operating
together
your
set.
Retain it for future reference.
Record model number and serial number of the set.
See the label attached
on
the back
cover
this information to your dealer when you
and quote
require
service.
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ACCESSORIES
Ensure that the
dealer where
following accessories are included
you purchased the product.
with your TV. If
an
accessory is
missing, please
contact the
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Owner's Manual
For 42PC1RV
Remote Control
Batteries
*
,
42PC3RV
2-Wall brackets
Power Cord
*
2-eye-bolts
2-bolts for stand
Refer to
assembly
p.12
This feature is not available for all
models.
For 26LC2R
*
,
32LC2R
*
32LC2R
*
only
2-TV brackets
2-Wall brackets
Twister Holder
Arrange
the wires
with the twister holder.
Cable
4-bolts for stand
assembly
Management
2-bolts
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CONTENTS
ACCESSORIES...........................................1
On Screen Menus Selection and
INTRODUCTION
CONTE S
TV MENU
Controls/ConnectionOptions..........................4-9
RemoteControlKeyFunctions.........................10-11
InstallingBatteries..........................11
INSTALLAT ION
StandInstallation............................................12-13
Setting
Adjustment
.
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.34
.
up TV stations
Autoprogrammetuning...............................35
Manualprogrammetuning............................36
Finetuning..................................................37
Assigningastationname...............................38
Programmeedit...........................................39
Favouriteprogramme....................................40
Callingtheprogrammetable.........................41
Basic Connection /
.14-15
HowtoRemovetheCableManagement.
How to join the product assembly to the wall
toprotectthesettumbling...................................17
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Picture Menu
PSM(PictureStatusMemory)......................42
Picture Adjustment (PSM-User option)
.43
CSM(ColourStatusMemory)......................44
.
Manual Colour
CONNECTIONS & SETUP
Options
Temperature
.
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Control
(CSM-Useroption)....................................45
AntennaConnection............................................18
VCRSetup.....................................................19-20
ExternalEquipmentConnections..........................21
DVDSetup.....................................................22-23
HDSTBSetup.................................................24-25
PCSetup.......................................................26-27
TurningtheTVOn...............................................28
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
PIP
(Picture-In-Picture)
WatchingPIP...............................................29
.29
ProgrammeSelectionforSubPicture.
.30
Input Source Selection for Sub Picture
Sub Picture Size Adjustment (PIP mode only)
.30
.30
Moving the Sub Picture (PIP mode only)
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Function...........................................46
ADVANCED-CINEMA...................................47
ADVANCED-BLACKLEVEL............................48
Reset...........................................................49
Sound
Menu
Options
SSM(SoundStatusMemory).......................50
Sound Frequency Adjustment
(SSM-Useroption)....................................51
AVL(AutoVolumeLeveler)...........................52
BalanceAdjustment.....................................53
Speaker.......................................................54
Stereo/DualReception.................................55
NICAMReception........................................56
SpeakerSoundOutputSelection..................56
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Options
ClockSetup.................................................57
Teletext
TeletextLanguageSelection.
Time Menu
On/OffTime...............................................58
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Switchon/off.........................31
SIMPLEText..........................31
TOPText.............................32
FASTEXT.............................32
SpecialTeletextFunctions...............33
AutoSleep..................................................59
SleepTimer.................................................59
Special
Menu
Options
ChildLock...................................................60
ISM
(Image Sticking Minimization)
Method
.
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.61
LowPower...................................................62
XDDemo....................................................63
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TV MENU
Screen Menu
Options
.64
Autoadjustment(RGB[PC]modeonly).
ManualConfigure........................................65
SettingthePictureFormat......................66-67
SelectingWideVGA/XGAmode...................67
Initializing
.68
(Resettooriginalfactorysettings).
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CONTE S
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APPENDIX
ProgrammingtheRemote.................................69
Programmingcode.....................................69-70
TroubleshootingChecklist............................71-72
Maintenance..................................................73
ProductSpecifications................................74-75
ExternalControlDeviceSetup...........................76
IRCodes.......................................................83
Remotecontrolircodes...................................84
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INTRODUCTION
CONTROLS
This is the front
This is
INTRODUC
a
panel
of models 42PC1RV * TVs.
simplified representation
of the front
panel.
Here shown may be somewhat different from your TV.
Front Panel Controls
Power/Standby
Indicator
?
illuminates red in
?
illuminates white when the set is
switched
standby
mode.
on.
OK
INPUT Button
OK Button
PROGRAMME Buttons
POWER Button
MENU Button
4
VOLUME Buttons
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This is
a
PM
panel
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5
of models 42PC3RV * TVs.
simplified representation
of the front
panel.
Here shown may be somewhat different from your TV.
Front Panel Controls
PROGRAMME Buttons
INTRODUC
VOLUME Buttons
OK Button
MENU Button
INPUT Button
ON/OFF Button
Remote Control Sensor
Power/Standby
Indicator
?
illuminates red in
?
illuminates white when the set is switched
standby
mode.
on.
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INTRODUCTION
CONNECTION OPTION
This is the back
of models 42PC1RV * 42PC3RV * TVs.
panel
,
Back Connection Panel
42PC1RV *
INTRODUC
only
AUDIO
Input
Connections
are
available for listening
an external device.
AUDIO
stereo sound from
VIDEO
VIDEO
Input
Connects the video
device.
1
3
2
5
4
signal
from
a
video
6
AC IN
COMPONENT IN
V DEO
UDO
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
MONO
SVDEO
V DEO
1
Euro Scart Socket
input
external device to these
2
or
10
11
7
output from
jacks.
these
a
8
to
jacks.
9
10
a
PC to the
a
HDMI
11
signal
to HDMI
port with
HDMI
cable.
6
Power Cord Socket
This TV operates on an AC power. The voltage is
indicated on the Specifications page. Never
attempt
6
to
operate the
TV
on
DC power.
Antenna
an
Input (CONTROL&SERVICE)
an
external
Por t
port of the control devices
to
jack.
Variable Audio
Connect
output from
Output
external
amplifier
to your surround sound
Input
Connect
S-VIDEO device.
jacks.
Connect the serial
output from
appropriate input port.
HDMI
RS-232C
the RS-232C
RGB/Audio Input
an
Audio/Video Input
device to these
Remote Control Port
Connect the monitor
5
Input
Connect audio/video
component video/audio device
Connect your wired remote control here.
4
S-Video
Connect S-Video out from
an
Component Input
Connect
3
9
(AV1/AV2)
Connect scart socket
(RGB)
RS 232C N
UDO
8
7
AUDIO IN
or
add
a
subwoofer
system.
Input
Connect over-the-air
signals
to this
jack.
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a
PM
panel
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7
of models 26LC2R * 32LC2R * TVs.
,
simplified representation
of the front
panel.
Here shown may be somewhat different from your TV.
INTRODUC
Front Panel Controls
PROGRAMME Buttons
PR
VOL
VOLUME Buttons
OK
OK Button
MENU
MENU Button
INPUT
INPUT Button
R
/I
ON/OFF Button
Remote Control Sensor
Power/Standby
?
?
illuminates red in
Indicator
standby
mode.
illuminates white when the set is switched
on.
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CONTROLS
This is the back
of models 26LC2R * TVs.
panel
Back Connection Panel
AUDIO
INTRODUC
Input
Connections
available for listening
an external device.
AUDIO
VIDEO
VIDEO
Input
Connects the video
device.
AC IN
1
are
stereo sound from
2
4
3
signal
from
a
video
6
5
AC IN
COMPONENT IN
V DEO
MONO
V1
SVDEO
V DEO
7
1
UDO
UDO
8
2
operate the
Euro Scart Socket
TV
on
input
external device to these
these
or
a
output from
an
9
jacks.
11
HDMI
an
output from
a
PC to the
signal
to HDMI
port with
HDMI
external
Por t
jack.
Output
external
amplifier
or
add
a
subwoofer
system.
Input
Connect over-the-air
Input
a
Antenna
an
port of the control devices to
to your surround sound
RGB/Audio Input
cable.
output from
Input (CONTROL&SERVICE)
Variable Audio
Connect
Remote Control Port
HDMI
RS-232C
the RS-232C
10
S-VIDEO device.
jacks.
Connect the serial
to
an
Audio/Video Input
Connect audio/video
appropriate input port.
8
8
jacks.
Connect
Input
device to these
component video/audio device
Connect the monitor
6
S-Video
11
Connect S-Video out from
DC power.
Connect your wired remote control here.
5
10
Component Input
Connect
4
RS 232C N
(AV1/AV2)
Connect scart socket
3
(RGB)
7
This TV operates on an AC power. The voltage is
indicated on the Specifications page. Never
to
AUDIO IN
9
Power Cord Socket
attempt
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
signals
to this
jack.
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9
of models 32LC2R * TVs.
panel
Back Connection Panel
AUDIO
AUDIO
Input
Connections
are
available for listening
an external device.
stereo sound from
VIDEO
VIDEO
Input
Connects the video
AC IN
video device.
1
2
4
3
signal
from the
INTRODUC
6
5
V1
AC IN
COMPONENT IN
V DEO
UDO
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
MONO
SVDEO
V DEO
1
9
Power Cord Socket
2
operate the
to
Euro Scart Socket
TV
on
input
external device to these
or
8
DC power.
these
4
a
an
9
jacks.
to
10
jacks.
output from
an
output from
appropriate input port.
a
Por t
port of the control devices
to
Output
external
amplifier
or
add
a
subwoofer
system.
Input
Connect over-the-air
Connect the monitor
external
jack.
Variable Audio
Antenna
an
Input (CONTROL&SERVICE)
to your surround sound
RGB/Audio Input
HDMI
RS-232C
Connect
11
S-VIDEO device.
jacks.
Connect the serial
component video/audio device
an
Audio/Video Input
the RS-232C
Connect your wired remote control here.
6
Input
device to these
output from
Remote Control Port
5
S-Video
Connect audio/video
Component Input
Connect
11
Connect S-Video out from
(AV1/AV2)
Connect scart socket
3
10
7
This TV operates on an AC power. The voltage is
indicated on the Specifications page. Never
attempt
(RGB)
RS 232C N
UDO
8
7
AUDIO IN
signals
to this
jack.
PC to the
Input
Connect
a
HDMI
signal
to HDMI
port with
HDMI
cable.
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INTRODUCTION
REMOTE CONTROL KEY FUNCTIONS
When
using
the remote control, aim it at the remote control
POWER
sensor on
the TV.
Switches the set
on
from
INPUT
TV
TV INPUT
INTRODUC
INPUT
DVD
ARC
VCR
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
Returns to the TV
Switches the set
INPUT
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
standby.
from any mode.
standby.
,
,
or
Selects your desired
HDMI).
picture
format.
Brightness Adjusts screen brightness.
adjustment It returns to the default settings brightness by changing
I/II
mode
SLEEP
PIP
OK
SIZE
POSITION
source.
Switches the sub
Adjusts
the sub
Moves the sub
PIPPR-/+ Selects
Q.VIEW
VOL
from
,
ARC
EXIT
off to
If you press the button once, the input source OSD
will appear on screen. Press the D / E button and then
OK button to select the desired input source (TV, AV1
AV2, S-Video2 AV3 AV4 (except 42PC3RV * ),
,
MENU
viewing
on
Component RGB,
LIST
or
TV
POWER
TEXT
standby
picture PIP,
picture
DW mode.
size.
picture.
programme for the sub
a
picture.
PR
PIP INPUT
MUTE
123
Selects the input
picture mode.
Coloured These buttons
buttons
models)
or
source
are
for the sub
used for teletext
Programme
edit
picture
(only
in PIP/Twin
TELETEXT
.
456
789
*
0
TIME
REVEAL
VCR/DVD Controls some video cassette recorders or DVD players
control buttons when you have already selected DVD or VCR mode button.
FAV
?
INDEX
EXIT Clears all
from any
LIST
MENU
Displays
Selects
on-screen
displays
the programme table.
a menu.
I/II Selects the sound output.
SLEEP Sets the
10
and returns to TV
menu.
sleep
timer.
viewing
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MODE
Selects the remote
operating
modes.
INPUT
TV
TELETEXT These buttons
1
TV
POWER
BUTTONS
INPUT
DVD
ARC
VCR
TEXT
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
1
THUMBSTICK
(Up/Down/Left
Right/OK)
PIP INPUT
OK
VOLUME UP
/DOWN
LIST
MENU
EXIT
For further
are
details,
used for teletext.
see
the 'Teletext' section.
Allows you to navigate the on-screen menus and
the system settings to your preference.
your selection
Accepts
Adjusts
displays
or
the current mode.
INTRODUC
the volume.
I/II
Q.VIEW
SLEEP
Returns to the
previously
MUTE Switches the sound
Programme
OK
viewed programme.
on or
off.
Selects available programmes found
UP/DOWN
0~9number
button
FAV
Q.VIEW
VOL
adjust
Selects
a
Manual
scan.
programme.
Selects numbered items in
Displays
during
a menu.
the selected favourite programme.
PR
*
No function
MUTE
123
INSTALLING BATTERIES
456
789
*
0
TIME
REVEAL
FAV
?
INDEX
1
battery compartment cover on the back
batteries matching correct polarity (+ with +,
Open
the
the
-
Install two 1.5V AA batteries. Don't mix old
or
side and install
with
-).
used batteries with
new ones.
Close
cover.
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INSTALLAT ION
STAND INSTALLATION
This feature is not available for all models.
1
2
A
INSTAL O
4
3
B
C
Place the set with the screen facing down on a cushion or soft cloth as shown in Figures 1.
Before unfolding the stand,please make sure two locks (A)on the bottom of the stand push outward.
Pull the stand out as shown above in Figures 2
3.
After unfolding the stand,please insert and tighten the
~
screws
in the holes
When connecting cables to the set,Do not disengage the lock (C).
This may cause the set to fall,causing serious bodily injury and serious
!
(B)on
damage
the bottom of the stand.
to the set.
NOTE
Figures
shown here may be
When
closing
slightly
different from your set.
D
A
B
the stand
for
storage
First remove the screws in the holes (B)on the bottom of the
stand.And then pull two Hooks (D)of the stand bottom and
fold the stand into the back of the set.
After
12
folding,push
two Locks
(A)of the
stand bottom outward.
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STAND INSTALLATION (Only 32LC2R )
*
Carefully place
the
product
screen
side down
cushioned surface that will protect
and screen from damage.
a
Place the
stand
product
on
the
on
product
product
as
shown.
Install the 4 bolts
product
securely, in
provided.
INSTAL O
the back of the
in the holes
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INSTALLATION
BASIC CONNECTION
(42PC1RV
*
,
42PC3RV * )
These models have two cable arrangement methods
Stand
Arrange
INSTAL O
Stand
1
type
as
shown
type.
picture.
2
Hold the CABLE
hands and
to the stand
1
the cables
type
according
push
it
MANAGEMENT with both
as
shown.
CABLE MANAGEMENT
2
Connect the cables
as
necessary.
To connect an additional equipment, see the
External equipment Connections section.
3
Reinstall the CABLE MANAGEMENT
as
14
shown.
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BASIC CONNECTION (Only 26LC2R
*
,
32LC2R * )
Connect the cables as necessary.
After connecting the cables neatly, arrange
the cables to the Cable Holder.
1
To connect an additional equipment, see
the External equipment Connections
section.
Install the CABLE MANAGEMENT
2
as
Bundle the cables
3
INSTAL O
shown.
using
the
supplied
twister holder.
HOW TO REMOVE THE CABLE MANAGEMENT
Hold
the
hands and
!
G
-
CABLE
pull
it
M ANAGEMENT
with
both
upward.
NOTE
Do not hold the CABLE MANAGEMENT when moving the product.
product is dropped, you may be injured or the product may be broken.
If the
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INSTALLATION
The TV
can
The TV is
be installed in various ways such
designed
to be mounted
as on a
wall,
or on a
desktop
etc.
horizontally.
GROUNDING
Power
Ensure that you connect the earth
possible
electric shock. If
sible, have
a
qualified
wire to
ground
grounding methods
electrician install
a
are
prevent
not pos-
separate
circuit
breaker. Do not try to
ground the unit by connecting
wires,
telephone
lightening rods, or gas pipes.
INSTAL O
Desktop
Pedestal Installation
For proper
ventilation, allow
a
clearance of 4"
Supply
Short-circuit
it to
Breaker
each side and from the wall.
on
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
Wall Mount: Horizontal installation
For proper ventilation, allow
tions are available from your
a
clearance of 4"
dealer,
see
the
on
each side and from the wall. Detailed installation instruc-
optional
Tilt Wall
Mounting
Bracket Installation and
Setup
Guide.
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
Only
42PC1RV *
Remove two
installing
16
screws
the wall
,
42PC3RV * series
of the backside of the set before
mounting
bracket.
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THE PRODUCT ASSEMBLY TO THE WALL TO
PROTECT THE SET TUMBLING
Set it up close to the wall
so
the
product
doesn't fall
over
when it is
pushed
backwards.
The instructions shown below is a safer way to set up the product, which is to fix it on the wall so the
product doesn't fall over when it is pulled in the forward direction. It will prevent the product from
falling for-ward and hurting people. It will also prevent the product from damage caused by fall. Please
make sure that children don't climb on or hang from the product.
42PC1RV * 42PC3RV *
26LC2R *
,
,
1
32LC2R *
1
2
2
INSTAL O
eye-bolts or TV brackets/bolts to fix the product to the wall as shown in the picture.
(If your product has the bolts in the eye-bolts position before inserting the eye-bolts, loosen the bolts.)
Insert the eye-bolts or TV brackets/bolts and tighten them securely in the upper holes.
Use the
1
*
Secure the wall brackets with the bolts
2
rately)
on
the wall. Match the
height
(not provided
as
parts of the product,
of the bracket that is mounted
on
must
purchase
sepa-
the wall.
3
3
Use
sturdy
product. It is
!
a
rope
(not provided
as
safer to tie the rope
parts of the product,
so
must
purchase separately)
to tie the
it becomes horizontal between the wall and the
product.
NOTE
G
When
G
Use
G
To
as
moving
the
product
holder
product
the product safely
that of the product.
a
use
or a
to another
place undo the ropes first.
big and strong enough for the size and weight of the product.
that the height of the bracket that is mounted on the wall is same
cabinet that is
make
sure
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CONNECTIONS & SETUP
To
prevent the equipment damage,
never
plug in
any power cords until you have finished
connecting all equipment.
ANTENNA CONNECTION
For
optimum picture quality, adjust
An antenna cable and converter
are
antenna direction.
not
supplied.
Multi-family Dwellings/Apartments
(Connect to wall antenna socket)
Wall Antenna Socket
RF Coaxial Wire
(75 ohm)
VHF Antenna
CONETIS&UP
Turn clockwise to
UHF Antenna
Outdoor Antenna
Single-family Dwellings /Houses
(Connect to wall jack for outdoor antenna)
In poor
signal
areas, to
quality,
install
a
antenna
If
signal
an
as
get better picture
signal amplifier to
right.
the
shown to the
UHF
VHF
needs to be
antenna
split for two TVs, use
signal splitter for connection.
Signal
Amplifier
18
tighten.
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VCR SETUP
To avoid
picture
Typically
a
of the
frozen still
leave
(interference),
picture
from
may remain visible
screen
When
noise
connecting
with
adequate
VCR. If the 4:3
a
on
an
the
an
distance between the VCR and TV.
picture
format is used; the fixed
images
antenna
Connect the ANT OUT socket of the VCR to the
1
ANTENNA IN socket
on
the sides
on
screen.
2
VCR
the set.
ANT IN
IN
S-VIDEO
ANT OUT
OUT
OUTPUT
SWITCH
(R)
AUDIO
(L)
VIDEO
34
Connect the antenna cable to the A N T
2
IN
socket of the VCR.
1
Press the P L A Y button
3
appropriate
viewing.
on
CONETIS&UP
the VCR and match the
programme between the TV and VCR
for
When
connecting
with
a
RCA cable
Connect the AUDIO / VIDEO
1
Match the
and
jack
Audio Right
Insert
2
VCR.
a
jacks between TV and VCR.
(Video yellow, Audio Left white,
red).
colors
=
=
=
video tape into the VCR and press PLAY
the VCR owner's manual.)
on
ANT IN
IN
VCR
S-VIDEO
OUT
ANT OUT
OUTPUT
SWITCH
AUDI
V
(L)
EO
34
the
1
(Refer to
AV1
AV2
COMPONENT IN
Select AV3
3
input
source
using
the INPUT button
on
the
remote control.
-
VIDEO
If connected to AVIN4
(except
,
select AV4
input
AUDIO
source.
42PC3RV * )
MONO
S-V DEO
!
G
V DEO
UDO
NOTE
If you have
a mono
VCR,
connect the audio cable from the VCR to the AUDIO
L
MONO
jack
of the set.
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CONNECTIONS & SETUP
VCR SETUP
When
with
connecting
a
Euro Scart
V1
V2
Connect the Euro scart socket of the VCR to the A V 1
1
Euro scart socket
on
COMPONENT IN
the set.
VIDEO
video tape into the VCR and press PLAY
VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner's manual.)
Insert
2
a
on
AUDIO
AVIN3
the
MONO
()
S-VIDEO VIDEO
AUDIO
1
Select AV1
3
input
source
with
using
the INPUT button
on
the remote control.
-
If connected to A V 2 Euro scart socket, select AV 2
input
source.
CONETIS&UP
!
VCR
AUDIO
(L)
NOTE
G
If the S-VIDEO(Y/C)
Video2 mode.
G
If you want to
When
use
signal
with
connecting
input
on
through
the Euro scart socket 2
use
the
signal
(AV2),
you must
change
to the S-
shielded Euro scart cable.
S-Video cable
an
output of the
VCR to the S-VIDEO
the set. The
to normal
pared
is received
the EURO scart cable, you have to
Connect the S-VIDEO
1
(R)
AUDIO/
VIDEO
picture quality is improved;
composite (RCA cable) input.
com-
VCR
ANT IN
IN
S
DEO
O
SW
PUT
TCH
OUT
ANT OUT
(R) AUDIO
VIDEO
(L)
4
Connect the audio
2
input jacks
on
outputs of the
VCR to the A U D I O
the set.
AV1
AV2
1
2
COMPONENT IN
Insert
3
VCR.
video tape into the VCR and press PLAY
(Refer to the VCR owner's manual.)
a
on
the
VIDEO
AUDIO
MONO
Select AV 3
4
with
using
the I N P U T button
on
the remote control.
!
G
NOTE
If both S-VIDEO and VIDEO sockets have been conneced to the S-VHS VCR
can be received.
VIDEO
20
input
source
simultaneously, only
the S-
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS
1
Connect the AUDIO / VIDEO
and
external
(Video
red)
=
equipment.
yellow,
Audio Left
jacks
Match
=
the
between TV
jack
VN4
colors
white, and Audio Right
AUDIO
=
MONO
VIDEO
2
Select AV4
button
-
on
input
source
with
the remote control.
If connected to A V
IN 3
using
(except
input,
1
the I N P U T
42PC3RV
select AV 3
*
)
input
Camcorder
source.
3
Operate
Refer to
the
corresponding external equipment.
external equipment operating guide.
Video Game Set
AUDIO
RL
VIDEO
CONETIS&UP
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CONNECTIONS & SETUP
DVD SETUP
When
connecting
Connect the video
1
with
outputs (Y, PB, PR) of the
COMPONENT VIDEO
Connect the audio
2
NENT AUDIO
3
Turn
on
jacks
on
on
player,
DVD
B
(R)
R
1
2
DVD to the COMPOAV1
AV2
the set.
insert
CONETIS&UP
Select
Component input
button
on
a
DVD.
AVIN3
MONO
()
source
with
using
AUDIO
the INPUT
the remote control.
!
Refer to the DVD
5
(L)
to the
DVD
S-VIDEO VIDEO
4
AUDIO
the set.
outputs of the
jacks
the DVD
component cable
a
player's
manual for
operating
instruc-
tions.
G
NOTE
Component Input ports
get better picture quality,
To
connect
a
DVD
player to
component input ports
the
as
shown
below.
Component ports
Video
on
When
connecting
with
a
YPBPR
the TV
on
output ports
DVD
player
Y
Pb
Pr
Y
B-Y
R-Y
Y
Cb
Cr
Y
PB
PR
Euro Scart
Connect the Euro scart socket of the DVD to the AV1
1
Euro scart socket
on
the set.
V1
COMPONENT IN
Turn
2
on
the DVD
player,
insert
a
VIDEO
DVD.
AUDIO
AVIN3
Select AV 1
3
input
source
with
using
the I N P U T button
on
MONO
()
S-VIDEO VIDEO
the remote control.
-
If connected to A V 2 Euro scart socket, select AV 2
1
input
source.
DVD
!
G
22
NOTE
Please
use
AUDIO/
VIDEO
the shield
scart
cable.
(R)
AUDIO
(L)
AUDIO
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input
on
a
S-Video cable
output of the
DVD to the S-VIDEO
outputs of the
DVD to the AUDIO
DVD
(R)
AUDIO
(L)
S-VIDEO
the set.
Connect the audio
2
with
connecting
Connect the S-VIDEO
1
23
input jacks
on
the set.
AV1
AV2
2
1
COMPONENT IN
the DVD
3
Turn
4
Select AV 3
on
player,
insert
a
VIDEO
DVD.
AUDIO
MONO
input
source
with
using
the I N P U T button
on
the remote control.
Refer to the DVD
5
player's
manual for
operating
CONETIS&UP
instruc-
tions.
When
connecting
Connect the HDMI
1
jack
on
with
a
HDMI cable
output of the
DVD to the HDMI
IN
RGB IN
the set.
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
Select HDMI
2
on
input
source
with
using
AUDIO IN
(RGB)
OUT
U
the I N P U T button
the remote control.
RS-232C IN
(CONTR
Refer to the DVD
3
player's
manual for
operating
1
instruc-
tions.
DVD
HDMI-DVD OUTPUT
!
NOTE
receive the video and audio
with
HDMI cable.
G
TV
G
If the DVD supports Auto HDMI function, the DVD output resolution will be
G
If the DVD does not support Auto HDMI, you need to set the output resolution
best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of the DVD to 1280x720p.
can
signal simultaneously
using
a
automatically
set to
1280x720p.
appropriately.
To
get the
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CONNECTIONS & SETUP
STB
SETUP
(SET-TOP BOX)
When
connecting
with
a
component cable
Digital
Connect the video
1
outputs (Y, PB, PR)
to the COMPONENT VIDEO
Connect the audio
2
of the
jacks
on
digital
jacks
on
Turn
4
Select
the
digital set-top
digital set-top box.)
the
on
box.
to the
1
2
(Refer to
AV2
the owner's manual for
Component input source with using the
AVIN3
INPUT button
S-VIDEO VIDEO
CONETIS&UP
NOTE
When
Component
RGB-DTV
HDMI
480i/576i
Yes
No
Yes
480p/576p/720p/1080i
Yes
Yes
Yes
Signal
connecting
Connect the DVI
1
IN
jack
on
IN
the
on
(PC DTV)
to the HDMI
G
(RGB)
source
box.
(Refer to
with
using
UT
1
2
the owner's manual for
the I N P U T button
on
the
Digital Set-top
Box
!
HDMI IN
AUDIO IN
outputs of the set-top box to the AUDIO
the set.
the
Select HDMI input
remote control.
4
AUDIO
HDMI to DVI cable
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
digital set-top
digital set-top box.)
on
a
MONO
()
the set.
(RGB) jack
Turn
3
with
output of the digital set-top box
Connect the audio
2
(L)
the remote control.
on
!
AUDIO
(R)
R
the set.
AV1
3
B
Box
the set.
output of the digital set-top box
COMPONENT AUDIO
Set-top
set-top box
DVI-DTV OUTPUT
(R)
AUDIO
(L)
NOTE
If the
digital set-top
box has
a
DVI
output and
no
HDMI
output,
a
separated
audio connection is
neces-
sary.
G
If the
be
G
If the
To
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digital set-top box supports Auto
automatically set to 1280x720p.
DVI
function, the output resolution of the digital set-top box will
digital set-top box does not support Auto DVI, you need to set the output resolution appropriately.
get the best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of the digital set-top box to 1280x720p.
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Connect the RGB
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RGB
IN
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with
D-sub 15
a
output of the digital set-top box
(PC DTV) jack
on
AUDIO IN
Digital
to the
(R)
AUDIO
(L)
RGB-DTV OUTPUT
Set-top
the set.
Connect the audio
2
pin cable
outputs of the set-top box
(RGB) jack on the set.
to the
1
2
3
Turn
on
the
digital set-top box. (Refer
digital set-top box.)
Box
to the owner's
manual for the
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
Select RGB-DTV
4
button
on
input
source
with
using
AUDIO IN
(RGB)
UDIO OUT
the I N P U T
the remote control.
RS-232C IN
SERVICE)
When
connecting with
Connect the HDMI
1
HDMI
IN
jack
on
output of the digital set-top box
to the
RGB IN
the set.
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
Select HDMI
2
on
CONETIS&UP
HDMI cable
a
input
source
with
using
AUDIO IN
(RGB)
OUT
U
the I N P U T button
the remote control.
RS-232C IN
(CONTR
Turn
3
on
the
ual for the
digital set-top box. (Refer to
digital set-top box.)
the owner's
VICE)
1
man-
Digital
Set-top
!
Box
HDMI-DVD OUTPUT
NOTE
receive the video and audio
G
TV
G
If the digital set-top box supports
automatically set to 1280x720p.
G
If the digital set-top box does not support Auto HDMI,
ately. To get the best picture quality, adjust the output
1280x720p.
can
signal simultaneously
Auto HDMI
with
using
a
HDMI cable.
function, output resolution of the digital set-top box will be
you need to set the
resolution of the
output resolution appropri-
digital set-top
box to
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CONNECTIONS & SETUP
PC SETUP
This TV
When
provides Plug
and
connecting
Play capability, meaning
with
D-sub 15
a
that the PC
adjusts automatically
to the TV's
settings.
pin cable
PC
1
Connect the PC audio
2
CONETIS&UP
(R)
Connect the TV to the PC with the PC cable.
putput
to the TV's AUDIO
AUDIO
IN
(RGB) input.
2
1
the PC.
3
Turn
4
Select RGB
on
RGB-DTV OUTPUT
(L)
input
source
with
using
the I N P U T button
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
on
AUDIO IN
(RGB)
UDIO OUT
the remote control.
RS-232C IN
(CONTR
!
NOTE
1
To
enjoy vivid picture
and sound, connect
a
PC to
5
the set.
2
3
and
Avoid
keeping a fixed image on the set's screen
long period of time. The fixed image may
become permanently imprinted on the screen;
use a screen saver when
possible.
6
Connect PC to the RGB
7
for
The
of the set;
change
INPUT(PC INPUT) port
synchronization input form for
Vertical frequencies is separate.
recommend
We
60Hz
640x480,
/1024x768, 60Hz
) for the PC mode, they pro-
using
(42PC1RV
(26LC2R 32LC2R
,
*
,
vide the best
the resolution output of PC
*
picture quality.
If the resolution of PC is
no
picture
Horizontal
42PC3RV * )
*
a
SERVICE)
on
over
UXGA, there will be
the set.
accordingly.
8
4
There
might
be
a
noise
according
to
lution, vertical pattern, contrast or brightness in
PC mode. Then change the PC mode into other
resolution
change the refresh rate into other
rate or adjust the brightness and contrast on the
menu until the
picture is clean. If the refresh rate
of the PC graphic card can not be changed,
change the PC graphic card or consult it to the
manufacturer of the PC graphic card.
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or
Connect the audio cable from the PC to the
Audio
some reso-
input
on
the set.
included with the
9
(Audio
cables
are
not
set).
When you use too long RGB-PC cable, there
might be a noise on the screen. We recommend
using under 5m
picture quality.
of the cable. It
provides
the best
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Resolution
32LC2R
*
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(RGB[PC] mode)
)
Supported Display
(42PC1RV
*
Resolution
(RGB[PC] mode)
/ 42PC3RV * )
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(KHz)
Frequency(Hz)
Resolution
640x350
31.5
70.8
720x400
31.5
70.8
640x480
31.5
800x600
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(KHz)
Frequency(Hz)
640x350
31.5
70.8
720x400
31.5
70.8
59.9
640x480
31.5
59.9
37.9
60.3
848x480
31.5
60.0
1024x768
48.4
60.0
852x480
31.5
60.0
1280x768
47.8
59.9
800x600
37.9
60.3
1360x768
47.7
59.8
1024x768
48.4
60.0
1366x768
47.7
59.8
Resolution
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CONNECTIONS & SETUP
TURNING THE TV ON
If your TV will be turned
on,
you will be able to
its features.
use
INPUT
Turing
1
TV
the TV
on
connect power cord
First,
correctly.
At this moment, the TV switches to
DVD
ARC
VCR
TEXT
standby
mode.
TV
POWER
INPUT
PIP
PIP PR-
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
INPUT PR DE butmode to turn TV on, press the
ton on the TV or press the POWER TV
INPUT, PR + -, Number(0~9)button on the remote control and then
the TV will switch on.
In
standby
,
,
,
,
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
Volume
1
SLEEP
Adjustment
OK
Press the VOL+- button to
adjust
the volume.
Q.VIEW
CONETIS&UP
VOL
2
If you want to switch the sound off, press the MUTE button.
You
can
cancel this function
by pressing
the MUTE, VOL
+
PR
MUTE
-
or
I
II
123
button.
456
789
Programme
selection
*
0
TIME
REVEAL
FAV
?
1
Press the PR+-
or
On-Screen Menu
-
The
1
menus can
be shown
Language
on
the
screen
use
a
language. First select your language.
DE button to select the
menu.
Press the G button and then
use
DE button to select
Language.
!
3
INDEX
programme number.
Selection
in the selected
Press the M E N U button and then
Special
2
NUMBER button to select
Press the G button and then
use
DE button to select your desired lan-
guage.
G
NOTE
If you intend to be
away
on
vacation,
disconnect the
4
Press the OK button
power
plug
from wall
power outlet.
5
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Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
PIP
(Picture-In-Picture)
PIP lets you view 2 different inputs (sources) on your TV
same time. One source will be
large, and the other
at the
will show
a
smaller inset
screen
INPUT
source
TV
image.
TV
POWER
INPUT
DVD
ARC
PIP function is available in the
(But, it
mode.)
can't
Component, RGB, HDMI
adjust 480i/576i resolution of Component,
VCR
mode.
TEXT
HDMI
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
LIST
MENU
EXIT
PIP INPUT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
Watching
PIP
Press the PIP button to
options
as
access
the sub
picture.
Each press of PIP
changes
the PIP
shown below.
PIP Mode
SPECIALFUNTO
DW2 Mode
PIP Off
Programme
1. Press the P I P PR
Selection for Sub Picture
+
-
button to select
The selected programme number is
a
programme for the sub
displayed just
picture.
below the programme number of main
picture.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
PIP
Input
(Picture-In-Picture)
Source Selection for Sub Picture
Press the PIP
INPUT button to select the
Each press of PIP INPUT button is
Sub Picture Size
Press the S I Z E button to
SPECIALFUNTO
30
pressed,
source
each
adjust
the sub
picture
picture
the Sub Picture
is
for the sub
input
Adjustment (PIP
With S I Z E button in PIP mode, sub
Moving
input
source
picture.
for the sub
mode
only)
size.
adjusted.
(PIP
mode
only)
Press the POSITION button.
Repeatedly
press the POSITION button then sub
picture
moves
left.
picture
is
displayed.
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TELETEXT
This feature is not available in all countries.
Teletext is
a
free service broadcast
by
most TV stations which
gives up-to-the-minute
information
on
news,
weather, television programmes, share prices and many other topics.
The teletext decoder of this TV can support the SIMPLE, TOP and FASTEXT systems. SIMPLE (standard teletext) consists of a number of pages which are selected by directly entering the corresponding page number.
TOP and FASTEXT are more modern methods allowing quick and easy selection of teletext information.
Teletext
Language
Selection
1
Press the MENU button and then
2
Press the G button and then
use
DE button to select
3
Press the G button and then
use
G button to select Teletext.
4
Press the DE button to select the
5
a.
DE button to select the Special
Language
menu.
.
required language.
press the MENU button to return to normal TV
Repeatedly
!
use
viewing.
NOTE
Please select your local teletext
language.
b. If you don't, the teletext may not appear correctly
c. This feature is not available in all countries.
on
the
SPECIALFUNTO
screen.
Switch on/off
Press the TEXT button to switch to teletext. The initial page or last page appears on the screen.
numbers, TV station name, date and time are displayed on the screen headline. The first page number
Two page
indicates your selection, while the second shows the current page displayed.
Press the T E X T or E X I T button to switch off teletext. The previous mode reappears.
SIMPLE Text
A Page selection
1
Enter the desired page number
a
2
wrong number, you
The PR+
-
button
must
can
as a
three
complete
digit
the three
be used to select the
number with the NUMBER buttons. If
during
selection you press
number and then re-enter the correct page number.
digit
preceding
or
following
page.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
TELETEXT
TOP Text
The
user
guide displays
four fields-red, green,
yellow
and blue at the bottom of the
screen.
The
yellow
field
denotes the next group and the blue field indicates the next block.
A
Block
group
With the blue button you
Use the
yellow
button to
With the green button you
Alternatively
Direct
can
page
Corresponding
permits
progress from block to block.
proceed to the next group with automatic overflow to the next block.
proceed to the next existing page with automatic ove rflow to the next group.
can
the PR+ button
The red button
A
selection
page
can
be used.
to return to
previous
selection.
Alternatively
the P R
-
button
can
be used.
selection
to the SIMPLE teletext
mode, you
can
select
a
page
by entering
it
as a
three
digit
number
using
the NUMBER buttons in TOP mode.
SPECIALFUNTO
FASTEXT
The teletext pages are colour coded
sponding coloured button.
along
the bottom of the
screen
and
are
selected
by pressing
the
corre-
A Page selection
Press the
i
button to select the index page.
select the pages which are colour coded along the bottom line with the same coloured buttons.
Corresponding to the SIMPLE teletext mode, you can select a page by entering its three digit page number with
You
can
the NUMBER buttons in FASTEXT mode.
The PR+
32
-
button
can
be used to select the
preceding
or
following
page.
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Teletext Functions
Special
?
A
REVEAL
Press this button to
Press this button
A
display concealed information, such as solutions
again to remove the information from the display.
of riddles
or
puzzles.
SIZE
Selects double
height text.
enlarge the top half of the page.
button again to enlarge the bottom half of the
button again to return to the normal display.
Press this button to
Press this
Press this
A
page.
UPDATE
Displays
left hand
the TV
picture
corner
of the
on
the
screen.
Press this button to view the
screen
while
When the
updated
waiting
updated
for the
new
teletext page. The display will appear at the top
display will change to the page number.
page is available then
teletext page.
SPECIALFUNTO
A TIME
When
TV programme, press this button to display the time at the top right hand corner of the screen.
again to remove the display. In the teletext mode, press this button to select a sub page number. The sub page number is displayed at the bottom of the screen. To hold or change the sub page, press the
viewing
a
Press this button
RED/GREEN,
Press
A
again
PR+
-
or
NUMBER buttons.
to exit this function.
HOLD
Stops
the automatic page
change
which will
occur
if
a
teletext page consists of 2
or more
sub pages. The
num-
ber of sub pages and the sub page displayed is, usually, shown on the screen below the time. When this button
is pressed the stop symbol is displayed at the top left-hand corner of the screen and the automatic page change
is inhibited. To continue press this button
again.
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Setting
up TV stations
ON SCREEN MENUS SELECTION AND
Your TV's OSD
The OSD
( On
mainly
Display )
Screen
use
pictures
may differ
from what is shown in this manual.
slightly
for the 42PC1RV * 42PC3RV *
,
1
Press the MENU button and then D / E button to
2
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
3
Change
You
the
setting
can move
of
to the
an
item in the sub
higher
level
menu
ADJUSTMENT
.
display
a menu
each
menu.
item.
F / G button.
pull-down menu with
by pressing the O K or M
or
E N U button.
Sound
Station
Picture
Auto programme
PSM
SSM
Manual programme
CSM
AVL
Advanced
Speaker
Programme edit
Balance
Favourite programme
0
Reset
DE
FG
OK
Station
TVMENU
DE
MENU
FG
OK
Picture
menu
DE
MENU
Screen
config.
Auto
Manual
config.
This
menu
differ with the model.
OK
Sound
menu
*
*
FG
42PC1RV*
42PC3RV*
MENU
menu
,
only
Special
Time
Language
Clock
Child lock
Off time
VGA Mode
ISM Method
On time
ARC
Low Power
Auto
Reset
Set ID
sleep
Demo
DE
FG
OK
Screen
!
MENU
menu
DE
FG
OK
Special
MENU
menu
DE
FG
OK
Time
MENU
menu
NOTE
(On Screen Display) function enables you to adjust the screen status conveniently since it provides
graphical presentation.
b. In this manual, the OSD (On Screen Display) may be different from your TV's because it is just example to help
the TV operation.
c. In the teletext mode, menus are not
displayed
a.
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AUTO PROGRAMME TUNING
TEXT
PIP
PIP PR-
Up to
100 TV stations
can
be stored
can
be tuned
using
POSTION
PIP INPUT
by programme numbers (0 to 99).
Once you have preset the stations, you will be able to use the D/E
NUMBER buttons to scan the stations you have programmed.
Stations
SIZE
PIP PR+
automatic
or
or
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
SLEEP
manual modes.
OK
All stations that can be received are stored by this method. It is recommended that you use auto programme during installation of this set.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select the
Station
Station
menu.
Auto programme
Manual programme
2
Programme edit
Press the G button and then DE button to select Auto
Favourite programme
programme.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select
4
Press the DE button to select a TV system menu;
BG : PAL B/G, SECAM B/G (Europe / East Europe / Asia / New
Zealand / M.East / Africa / Australia)
I
: PAL I/II
(U.K. / Ireland / Hong Kong / South Africa)
DK : PAL D/K, SECAM D/K (East Europe / China / Africa / CIS)
L
: SECAM L/L'
(France)
M : (USA / Korea / Philippines) (option)
System.
DE
5
Press the DE button to select
6
Press the F
beginning
G button
or
OK
MENU
1
Station
Auto programme
G
To set
Manual programme
Programme edit
Favourite programme
TVMENU
Storage from.
NUMBER buttons to select the
programme number. If you
number under 10 is entered with
FG
a
use
NUMBER
DE
FG
OK
MENU
buttons, any
2
numeric '0' in front of it,
Auto programme
i.e.'0 5' for 5.
BG
G
System
I
Storage from
Press the DE button to select Search.
8
Press the G button to begin auto programming.
All receivable stations are stored. The station name is stored for
stations which broadcast VPS (Video Programme Service), PDC
(Programme Delivery Control) or TELETEXT data. If no station
name can be
assigned to a station, the channel number is
assigned and stored as C (V/UHF 01-69) or S (Cable 01-47),
followed by a number.
L
programming, press the MENU button.
When auto programming is completed, the Programme edit
menu
appears on the screen. See the Programme edit section
To
stop
DK
Search
7
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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Auto programme
auto
C05
BG
35%
5
to edit the stored programme.
9
Press the E XI T button to return to normal TV
viewing.
MENU
Stop
8
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Setting
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MANUAL PROGRAMME TUNING
TEXT
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
Manual programme lets you manually tune and arrange the stations
in whatever order you desire.
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
SLEEP
OK
1
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select the
Station
menu.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select Manual
123
programme.
456
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select
4
Press the F
G button
or
Storage.
Station
NUMBER buttons to select the
Auto programme
desired programme number (0 to 99). If you use NUMBER
buttons, any number under 10 is entered with a numeric '0' in
Manual programme
Programme edit
Favourite programme
front of it, i.e. '0 5' for 5.
TVMENU
5
Press the DE button to select
6
Press the DE button to select a TV system menu;
BG : PAL B/G, SECAM B/G (Europe / East Europe / Asia / New
Zealand / M.East / Africa / Australia)
I
: PAL I/II
(U.K. / Ireland / Hong Kong / South Africa)
DK : PAL D/K, SECAM D/K (East Europe / China / Africa / CIS)
L
: SECAM L/L'
(France)
M : (USA / Korea / Philippines) (option)
System.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
Station
Auto programme
Manual programme
G
To set
Programme edit
7
Press the DE button to select Band.
8
Press the DE button to select
9
Press the DE button to select Channel.
10
You
Favourite programme
V/UHF
or
Cable.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
select the desired programme number with the FG
button or number buttons. If possible, select the programme
can
number
directly with
is entered with
a
the number buttons.
Any
number under 10
numeric '0' in front of it, i.e. '0 5' for 5.
2
Manual programme
G
Storage
20
System
11
Press the DE button to select Search.
12
Press the FG button to
Band
Channel
commence
searching.
If a station is
found the search will stop.
36
Name
13
Press the O K button to store it.
14
To store another station,
15
Press the E XI T button to return to normal TV
repeat steps
Fine
Search
DE
3 to 13
FG
OK
MENU
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FINE TUNING
ARC
Normally
fine
tuning
is
only
necessary if
reception
is poor.
VCR
TEXT
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
LIST
PIP INPUT
I/II
MENU
EXIT
SLEEP
OK
1
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select the
Station
menu.
Q.VIEW
VOL
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select Manual
PR
MUTE
programme.
123
45
3
4
Press the G button and then DE button to select Fine.
6
Station
Auto programme
Press the FG button to to fine tune for the best
picture
Manual programme
Programme edit
and sound.
5
Press the O K button to store it.
6
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
Favourite programme
viewing.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
Station
Auto programme
Manual programme
G
To set
Programme edit
TVMENU
Favourite programme
DE
FG
OK
MENU
2
Manual programme
Storage
System
Band
Channel
Fine
G
F/G
Search
Name
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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Setting
up TV stations
ASSIGNING A STATION NAME
ARC
You
can
assign
a
station
name
with five characters to each programme number.
VCR
TEXT
PIP
PIP PR-
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
LIST
PIP INPUT
MENU
I/II
EXIT
SLEEP
OK
1
Press the MEN U button and then DE button to select the
Station
menu.
Q.VIEW
VOL
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select Manual
programme.
3
PR
MUTE
123
Press the G button and then DE button to select Name.
Station
Auto programme
4
Press the G button and then DE button. You
blank,
5
+,
-
Manual programme
can use a
Programme edit
Favourite programme
,the number0to9andthe alphabetAtoZ.
Press the F
G button to select the
position
your choice of the second character, and
and make
so on.
DE
TVMENU
6
Press the O K button to store it.
7
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
FG
OK
MENU
1
Station
viewing.
Auto programme
Manual programme
G
To set
Programme edit
Favourite programme
DE
FG
OK
MENU
2
Manual programme
Storage
System
Band
Channel
Fine
Search
Name
DE
FG
G
OK
C05
MENU
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PROGRAMME EDIT
ARC
This function enables you to delete or skip the stored programmes. Also you can move some stations to other programme
numbers or copy a blank station data into the selected programme number.
VCR
TEXT
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
LIST
PIP INPUT
I/II
MENU
EXIT
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
1
VOL
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select the
Station
PR
MUTE
menu.
123
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Programme
3
edit.
Station
Press the G button to
display the Programme edit
Auto programme
menu.
Manual programme
Programme edit
A
Deleting
1.Select
a
programme
Favourite programme
programme to be deleted with the
FG button.
a
DE
2.Press the RED button twice.
The selected programme is deleted, all the
programmes
A
Copying
1.Select
a
a
are
shifted up
one
following
position.
DE
programme to be
the DE
FG
Station
following
Moving
1.Select
MENU
1
copied with
button.
A
OK
programme
2.Press the GREEN button.
All the
FG
a
a
programmes
Auto programme
are
shifted down
one
position.
Manual programme
Programme edit
programme
G
To set
TVMENU
Favourite programme
programme to be moved with the DE
FG
button.
2.Press the YELLOW button.
3.Move the programme to the desired programme number
F
G button.
with the DE
4.Press the YELLOW button again to release this function.
programme number
1.Select a programme number to be skipped with the DE
F
G button.
A
Skipping
FG
OK
MENU
2
a
2. Press the BLUE button. The skipped programme turns to blue.
3. Press the BLUE button again to release the skipped programme.
When a programme number is skipped it means that you
will be unable to select it using the DE button during
normal TV viewing. If you want to select the skipped pro
gramme, directly enter the programme number with the
NUMBER buttons or select it in the programme edit or
table
DE
Programme edit
0C0 35S
69
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6S17
2C12
7S22
3S66
8C09
4S67
9C11
Delete
Copy
Move
Skip
DE
FG
OK
MENU
menu.
3
4
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
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FAVOURITE PROGRAMME
This function lets you select your favourite programmes
directly.
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
Repeatedly press the
SLEEP
FAV button to select stored favourite programmes.
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
1
PR
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the Station
MUTE
menu.
123
456
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select
789
Favourite programme.
*
10
FAV
?
3
Press the G button.
4
Press the DE button to select
TIME
-
-
-
-
-
-
REVEAL
INDEX
Station
-.
Auto programme
5
Select
G button or
desired programme with the F
NUMBER buttons. Any number under 10 is entered with
Manual programme
a
Programme edit
Favourite programme
a
numeric '0'in front of it, i.e.' 05 'for5.
6
To store another programme,
You
TVMENU
7
can
repeat steps 4
to 5.
store up to 8 programmes.
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
viewing.
Station
Auto programme
Manual programme
Programme edit
Favourite programme
DE
FG
OK
--
-----
--
-----
--
-----
--
-----
--
-----
--
-----
--
-----
--
-----
G
MENU
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CALLING THE PROGRAMME TABLE
TEXT
check the programmes stored in the memory
the programme table.
You
can
by displaying
PIP
PIP PR-
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
LIST
MENU
EXIT
PIP INPUT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
A
Displaying
programme table
Press the LIST button to
display the Programme
The programme table appears
on
the
table
Q.VIEW
menu.
VOL
PR
MUTE
screen.
One programme table contains ten programmes
as
shown.
123
456
!
a.
NOTE
You may find
to be
some
skipped by
blue programmes.
auto
programming
They
or
have been set up
in the programme edit
mode.
b.
Some programmes with the channel number shown in the programme table indicate there is
no
station
name
assigned.
Programme List
0C0 35S
6S17
2C12
7S22
3S66
8C09
4S67
9C11
FG
A
Selecting
Select
a
a
programme in
programme with the DE
FG button.
programme number.
Paging through
There
are
Pressing
a
DE
OK
MENU
the programme table
Then press the O K button. The set switches to the chosen
A
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TVMENU
programme table
10 programme table pages in which contain 100 programmes.
the DE
F
G button
repeatedly turns
Press the L IST button to return to normal TV
the pages.
viewing.
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Picture Menu
TV MENU
PSM
42
Status
(Picture
Dynamic
Select this
Standard
The most
Mild
Select this
option
Select this
option
User
1/2
option
to
Memory)
display
with
and natural
general
to
to
a
screen
with
display
PIP
PIP PR-
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
status.
image.
the user-defined
setting.
a
TEXT
sharp image.
mild
display
use
Options
LIST
I/II
MENU
EXIT
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
123
456
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the Picture
menu.
Picture
PSM
CSM
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select PSM.
Advanced
Reset
3
TVMENU
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Dynamic, Standard, Mild, User 1,
or
DE
User 2.
OK
MENU
1
4
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
Picture
PSM
G
A PSM
adjusts
Mild
the TV for the best
picture
Select the preset value in the PSM
Dynamic
,
Standard and Mild
optimum picture reproduction
be
menu
appearance.
based
on
the
User 1
Advanced
User 2
Reset
category.
programme
A
Dynamic
Standard
CSM
42
FG
changed.
,
are
at the
programmed for
factory and cannot
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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Adjustment (PSM-User option)
Contrast
Adjusts the difference between the light and dark levels in the picture.
Bri
Increases
gh
t
n e s s
or
TEXT
PIP PR-
SIZE
POSTION
PIP INPUT
decreases amount of white in the your picture.
Colour
Adjusts intensity
Sharpness
Adjusts the
of all colours.
level of crispness in the
edges between the light and
image.
LIST
Adjusts the balance between
I/II
MENU
EXIT
dark areas of the picture. The lower the level, the softer the
Tint
PIP
PIP PR+
SLEEP
red and green levels.
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
Picture
1
PSM
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the Picture
CSM
menu.
Advanced
Reset
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select PSM.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select User
DE
1,
or
FG
OK
MENU
User 2.
1
4
Press the G button and then D
E button to select the
Picture
PSM
desired
picture option (Contrast, Brightness, Colour,
Sharpness, and Tint).
G
Dynamic
Mild
User 1
Advanced
User 2
Reset
5
Press the FG button to make
6
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
TVMENU
Standard
CSM
appropriate adjustments.
viewing.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
23
User 1
Contrast
!
G
NOTE
You can't
adjust colour, sharpness and tint in the RGB-
PC mode to the levels you
100 G
Brightness
50
Colour
50
Sharpness
50
Tint
0
prefer.
Contrast
85 F
G
E
DE
FG
OK
MENU
45
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CSM
44
Picture Menu
(Colour
To initialize values
(reset
Status
to default
Options
Memory)
settings),
select the No
r m
TEXT
al
PIP
PIP PR-
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
option.
Choose
one
of three automatic colour
enhance hotter colours such
intense colours with
more
as
red,
adjustments.
or
Set to
set to cool to
warm
see
to
less
LIST
blue.
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the Picture
123
menu.
Picture
PSM
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select CSM.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select
CSM
Advanced
either Cool, Normal, Wa r m
4
,
or
Reset
User.
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
DE
viewing.
FG
OK
MENU
1
TVMENU
Picture
PSM
CSM
G
Cool
Normal
Warm
Advanced
User
Reset
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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Manual Colour
(CSM
-
User
45
Temperature Control
option)
TEXT
PIP
PIP PR-
To
adjust red,
green, blue to any colour
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
temperature you prefer.
LIST
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
123
1
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
the Picture
Picture
menu.
PSM
CSM
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select CSM.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select User.
4
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Advanced
Red, Green,
or
Reset
Blue.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
5
Press the F
6
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
G button to make
appropriate adjustments.
Picture
viewing.
TVMENU
PSM
CSM
G
Cool
Normal
Warm
Advanced
User
Reset
DE
FG
OK
MENU
23
User
Red
+30 G
Green
0
Blue
0
Red
+25 F
G
E
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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Picture Menu
Options
FUNCTION
TEXT
XD is LG electronic's
real HD
source
PIP PR-
unique picture improving technology to display a
through an advanced digital signal processing algo-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
rithm.
It's not available to
LIST
this function in RGB-PC mode.
use
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
1
the Picture
menu.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select XD.
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456
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Auto
or
Manual.
Picture
PSM
4
Press the EXIT button to return to TV
viewing.
CSM
Advanced
Reset
*
Selecting
This
TVMENU
1
menu
the Manual
DE
is activatived after
selecting
the User1
or
User2 of PSM
OK
MENU
1
Press the G button and then DE button to select XD
Picture
Contrast, XD Colour
PSM
or
FG
.
XD NR.
CSM
G
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select On
3
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
or
Off.
Auto
Manual
Advanced
Reset
viewing.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
23
Manual
A XD
Contrast
to the
according
A X D
:
Co lo
u r
automatically
:
Optimizing
brightness
auto-matically
of the reflection.
as
closely
as
XD Contrast
G
possible
On
Off
XD Colour
the colors of the reflection
Adjusting
reproduce
to
the contrast
XD NR
to the
natural colors.
A X D
NR
does not
:
Removing the noise up to the point
damage the original picture.
where it
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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ADVANCED-CINEMA
TEXT
Set up the TV for the best
picture
appearance for
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
viewing
movies.
When you operate Cinema
(3:2
Pull-Down Mode
the TV will
or
LIST
adjust
fps video
Mode),
from movies to 30 fps video for display.
This feature operates only in Analog TV, AV, S-Video and
Cinema Correction
Component 480i/576i
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MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
mode.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
123
Picture
1
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
PSM
CSM
the Picture
menu.
Advanced
Reset
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select Advanced.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select Cinema.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
Picture
4
Press the G button and then DE button to select On
or
Off.
TVMENU
PSM
CSM
5
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
Advanced
viewing.
G
To set
Reset
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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Advanced
Cinema
G
DE
FG
OK
On
Off
Black Level
MENU
4
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TV MENU
Picture Menu
Options
ADVANCED-BLACK LEVEL
TEXT
When you watch the movie, this function adjusts the set to the
best picture appearance. Adjusting the contrast and the brightness
of the
screen
using
the black level of the
This function works in the
Video
(NTSC-M)
or
mode: AV
following
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
screen.
(NTSC-M),
S-
LIST
MENU
EXIT
HDMI.
I/II
SLEEP
OK
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the Picture
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
menu.
123
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select Advanced.
Picture
3
PSM
Press the G button and then DE button to select Black
CSM
Level.
Advanced
Reset
4
Press the G button and then DE button to select Low
or
High.
DE
ALow: The reflection of the
TVMENU
A
High
:
screen
The reflection of the
FG
OK
1
gets darker.
screen
MENU
gets brighter.
Picture
PSM
CSM
5
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
viewing.
Advanced
G
To set
Reset
DE
FG
OK
MENU
23
Advanced
Cinema
Black Level
G
Low
High
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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RESET
TEXT
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
LIST
MENU
EXIT
1
2
PIP INPUT
I/II
SLEEP
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the Picture
POSTION
PIP PR+
OK
menu.
Press the G button and then DE button to select Reset.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
3
Press the G button to initialize the
?
Returns to the default
at the
adjusted
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value.
settings PSM, CSM, XD,
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Advanced
Picture
factory.
PSM
CSM
Advanced
Reset
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
Picture
PSM
CSM
TVMENU
Advanced
Reset
DE
G
FG
OK
To set
MENU
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SSM
50
Sound Menu
Status
(Sound
Options
Memory)
TEXT
You
can
select your
Music, Movie
quency of the
preferred
setting; Surround Max, Flat,
and
can also
Sports
you
adjust the sound fre-
or
PIP
PIP PR-
sound
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
equalizer.
SSM lets you
enjoy the best sound without any special adjustment
because the TV sets the appropriate sound options based on the
LIST
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
programme content.
OK
Surround
for
good
Max, Flat, Music, Movie, and Sports
sound
at the
quality
factory
and
are
not
are
preset
adjustable.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
Surround
Max
Select this
option
Flat
The most
commanding
Music
Select this
option
tening
to
to sound realistic.
and natural audio.
enjoy
the
original
sound when lis
Sound
to the music.
SSM
Movie
Select this
option
to
Sports
Select this
option
to watch
U
Select this
option
to
s e r
123
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enjoy
use
AVL
sublime sound.
Balance
sports broadcasting.
0
Speaker
the user-defined audio set-
tings.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
TVMENU
Sound
SSM
G
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
Balance
the Sound
Speaker
menu.
Surround MAX
Flat
AVL
0
Music
Movie
Sports
User
2
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select SSM.
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Surround Max, Flat, Music, Movie,
4
50
Sports
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
or
User.
viewing.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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Frequency Adjustment
User
-
the sound
option)
TEXT
PIP
PIP PR-
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
equalizer.
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
SLEEP
OK
1
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
Q.VIEW
VOL
the Sound
PR
menu.
MUTE
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select SSM.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select User.
Sound
SSM
AVL
Balance
0
Speaker
4
Press the G button.
5
Select
Make
a
sound band
appropriate
by pressing
the F
G button.
DE
sound level with the DE button.
FG
OK
MENU
1
6
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
viewing.
Sound
SSM
Surround MAX
G
TVMENU
Flat
AVL
Balance
Music
0
Movie
Speaker
Sports
User
DE
FG
OK
MENU
234
User
0.1
DE
FG
0.5
1.5
OK
5.0
10 kHz
MENU
5
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AVL
52
Sound Menu
(Auto
Volume
Options
Leveler)
TEXT
AVL
automatically keeps
change programmes.
on
an
equal
volume level
even
if you
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
LIST
PIP INPUT
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the Sound
Q.VIEW
menu.
VOL
PR
Sound
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select AVL
.
SSM
AVL
Balance
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select On
4
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
or
Off.
0
Speaker
viewing.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
Sound
SSM
AVL
TVMENU
G
Balance
0
On
Off
Speaker
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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ADJUSTMENT
TEXT
You
can
adjust
the sound balance of
speaker
to the levels you
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
prefer.
LIST
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
1
PR
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
the Sound
Sound
menu.
SSM
AVL
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select Balance.
Balance
0
Speaker
3
Press the
desired
4
G button and then F
G button to make
adjustment.
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
viewing.
Sound
SSM
TVMENU
AVL
Balance
R15
Speaker
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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Sound Menu
Options
SPEAKER
You
can
adjust the
internal
In AV, COMPONENT,
RGB[PC], RGB[DTV]
nal
be
speaker audio
signal.
can
TEXT
speaker status.
outputted
even
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
PIP INPUT
and HDMI mode, inter-
though
there is
no
video
LIST
MENU
EXIT
If you want to
internal
POSTION
PIP PR+
I/II
SLEEP
your external hi-fi stereo system, turn off the
of the set.
use
speakers
OK
Sound
1
SSM
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the Sound
AVL
Balance
menu.
0
Speaker
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select
On
4
or
Speaker.
DE
FG
Off.
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
OK
MENU
1
viewing.
Sound
SSM
AVL
TVMENU
Balance
0
Speaker
G
On
Off
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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STEREO/DUAL RECEPTION
INPUT
TV
TV
POWER
INPUT
When
a
programme is selected, the sound information for the station
appears after the programme number and station name disappear.
ARC
Sends the
DUAL II
Sends the
DUAL I+II
Sends
primary
broadcast
language
PIP
broadcast
POSTION
PIP PR+
LIST
secondary
loudspeakers.
SIZE
PIP INPUT
to the loud-
speakers.
a
VCR
TEXT
PIP PR-
DUAL I
DVD
language
to the
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
separate language
to each
loudspeaker.
Q.VIEW
VOL
Broadcast
On Screen
Mono
MONO
Stereo
STEREO
Dual
DUAL I
A Mono sound selection
If the stereo signal is weak in stereo
to
by pressing
depth of sound
mono
the
press the I/II button
A
Language
If
a
can
reception,
the I/II button twice. In
is
improved.
twice again.
selection for dual
programme received two
you
mono
Display
can
switch
reception,
To switch back to stereo,
language
PR
broadcast
TVMENU
languages (dual language), you
or DUAL I+II
by pressing the
switch to DUAL I, DUAL II
I / I I button
repeatedly.
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Sound Menu
Options
NICAM RECEPTION
If the set is
equipped with the receiver for NICAM reception,
Instantaneous Companding Audio Multiplex) digital sound can be
Sound output
be selected
can
the I/II button
according
to the
high quality
NICAM
(Near
received.
type of received broadcast
as
follows
by pressing
repeatedly.
When NICAM
mono
is
received, you
When NICAM stereo is received, you
If the stereo
signal
is
NICAM DUAL I+II
can
can
weak, switch to FM
When NICAM dual is received, you
TVMENU
the
or
can
select NICAM MONO
or
select NICAM STEREO
FM MONO.
or
FM MONO.
mono.
select NICAM DUAL I, NICAM DUAL II
or
MONO.
SPEAKER SOUND OUTPUT SELECTION
In AV,
S-Video, Component, and DVI mode, you
can
select output sound for the left and
right
loudspeakers.
Repeatedly
L+R : Audio
R+R:
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from audio L
output.
signal
input
speaker and audio signal
is
sent
to
the
loud
input
right
speaker.
Audio signal from audio L input is sent to left and right loud speakers.
Audio signal from audio R input is sent to left and right loud speakers.
R
L+L :
press the I/II button to select the sound
is sent to the left loud
from audio
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Time Menu
Options
CLOCK SETUP
TEXT
You must set the time
correctly
before
If current time
is erased
by
unplugged,
setting
a
using
power failure
or
PIP
PIP PR-
on/off time function.
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
the set is
reset the clock.
LIST
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
1
123
Press the MENU button and then D / E button to
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select the Time
menu.
789
Time
2
Clock
Press the G button and then D / E button to select Clock.
Off time
On time
Auto
3
Press the G button and then D / E button to set the hour.
4
Press the G button and then D / E button to set the
DE
sleep
FG
OK
MENU
1
minutes.
Time
5
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
viewing.
Clock
G
--:--
Off time
TVMENU
On time
Auto
DE
sleep
FG
OK
MENU
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4
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Time Menu
Options
ON/OFF TIME
TEXT
The Off time
preset
automatically
switches the set to
at the
standby
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
time.
Two hours after the set is switched
time function it
will
unless
has
PIP
PIP PR-
automatically switch
been pressed.
back to
on
by the on
standby mode
a
LIST
button
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
Once the
on
time/off time is set, these functions operate
daily
at
the preset time.
Q.VIEW
Off time function overrides On timer function if they
to the
same
are
set both
VOL
PR
MUTE
time.
123
The set must be in
standby
mode for the On timer to work.
456
Time
Clock
Off time
On time
1
Press the M E N U button and then D / E button to
select the Time
2
Auto
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
DE
Off time/On time.
TVMENU
sleep
menu.
FG
OK
MENU
1
3
Press the G button and then D / E button to select On.
Time
Clock
?
To cancel On/Off timer
function, select Off.
Off time
G
On time
Auto
4
Press the G button and then D/E button to set the hour.
5
Press the G button and then D / E button to set the
DE
-
-:-
-
Off
sleep
FG
OK
MENU
minutes.
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Time
6
For
?
only
On timerfunction
Programme :
Clock
Press the G button and then D/E but-
On time
ton to select the programme.
?
Auto
G
sleep
Volume : Press the G button and then D/E button
to
7
Off time
adjust
PR
1
Vol.
8
On
volume level at turn-on.
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
07:00
DE
FG
OK
MENU
viewing.
456
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AUTO SLEEP
If set to
ically
on
and there is
input signal,
no
the TV turns off automat-
after 10 minutes.
Time
Clock
Off time
On time
sleep
Auto
Press the M E N U button and then D / E button to select
1
the Time
DE
menu.
FG
OK
MENU
1
2
Press the G button and then D / E button to select Auto
sleep.
Time
Clock
Off time
Press the G button and then D / E button to select On
3
or
Off..
On time
Auto
sleep
G
On
Off
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
4
viewing.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
23
SLEEP TIMER
LIST
You don't have to remember to switch the set off before you go
to sleep. The sleep timer automatically switches the set to stand-
after the preset time has
by
You
can
also
use
the Time
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
TVMENU
OK
elapsed.
menu
to
adjust Sleep
timer
.
Q.VIEW
VOL
Press the SLEEP button
1
on
2
the
screen,
followed
repeatedly to select the number of minutes.
by 10, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120, 180 and 240.
When the number of minutes you want is
from the number of minutes selected.
!
displayed
on
the
screen,
The
display
the timer
'
PR
'
-
-
-
will appear
begins
to count down
'
'
NOTE
G
To view the
G
To cancel the
press the SLEEP button once.
time, repeatedly press the SLEEP button until the
G
When you switch the set off, the set releases the preset
remaining sleep time,
sleep
sleep
display
-
-
-
appears.
time.
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Special
Menu
Options
CHILD LOCK
TEXT
The TV can be set so that the remote control is needed to
trol it.
This feature can be used to prevent unauthorized viewing.
This set is
set to
to remember which
if you turn the set off.
programmed
even
option
it
was
PIP
PIP PR-
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
con-
last
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
1
123
Press the MENU button and then D / E button to select
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the
Special
menu.
SPECIAL
2
Language
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
Child lock
ISM Method
Child lock.
Low Power
Set ID
Demo
Press the G button and then D/E button to select
3
On
or
Off.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
TVMENU
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
4
viewing.
SPECIAL
Language
Child lock
G
On
Off
ISM Method
Low Power
Set ID
Demo
DE
FG
OK
MENU
23
!
NOTE
G
In Child lock
INPUT, TV,
G
60
'On', if the
PR +/-
or
set is turned
off, press the
NUMBER buttons
on
/ I, INPUT, PR +/- button
on
the set
or
POWER,
the remote control.
With the Ch i l d lo c k O n, the display 'Child lock on' appears
front panel is pressed while viewing the set.
on
the
screen
if any button
on
the
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(Image Sticking Minimization)
A frozen of still
PC/video game
displayed on the
prolonged periods
ghost image remaining
even when
you change the image. Avoid allowing a fixed image to
remain on the set's screen for a long period of time.
screen
picture
from
METHOD
for
a
will result in
TEXT
PIP PR-
PIP
LIST
It's not available to
use
SIZE
this function in 26LC2R
*
PIP INPUT
,
32LC2R
I/II
MENU
EXIT
SLEEP
*
models.
OK
White wash
Q.VIEW
VOL
White wash
N
o
t
e :
clear
POSTION
PIP PR+
a
removes
An excessive
entirely
permanent images from the screen.
permanent image may be impossible
PR
MUTE
to
123
with White Wash.
456
Orbiter
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Orbiter may help prevent ghost images. However, it is best
not to allow any fixed image to remain on the screen. To
avoid a permanent image on the screen, the screen will move
Special
Language
Child lock
every 2 minutes.
ISM Method
Low Power
Inversion
Set ID
This is the function to invert the
The
panel
color is
automatically
panel
color of the
Demo
screen.
inverted every 30 minutes.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
Special
1
Press the MENU button and then D / E button to
select the
2
TVMENU
Language
Child lock
Special
menu.
ISM Method
G
Normal
Low Power
White wash
Set ID
Orbiter
Inversion
Demo
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
ISM Method.
DE
3
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
either Normal, White wash, Orbiter
or
FG
OK
MENU
23
Inversion.
If you unnecessary to set this function, set Normal.
4
Press the EXIT button to return to TV
viewing.
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Special
Menu
Options
LOW POWER
TEXT
This is the function to reduce the power
It's not available to
use
consumption
of the set.
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
this function in 26LC2R * 32LC2R *
,
models.
LIST
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
123
456
1
Press the M E N U button and then D / E button to
select the
Special
Special
menu.
Language
Child lock
2
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
ISM Method
Low power.
Set ID
Low Power
Demo
3
Press the G button and then D/E button to select
On
TVMENU
or
Off.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
4
Press the EXIT button to return to TV
viewing.
Special
Language
Child lock
ISM Method
Low Power
G
On
Off
Set ID
Demo
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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XD DEMO
Use it to
see
TEXT
PIP
PIP PR-
the difference between XD Demo
on
SIZE
PIP INPUT
and XD
Demo off.
LIST
I/II
MENU
EXIT
It's not available to
use
this function in
RGB[PC]
POSTION
PIP PR+
SLEEP
mode.
OK
Q.VIEW
1
Press the MENU button and then
use
VOL
D / E button to
PR
MUTE
select the
Special
menu.
123
456
2
Press the G button and then
XD
use
D / E button to select
Special
Demo.
Language
Child lock
3
ISM Method
Press the G button to
begin
XD
Demo.
Low Power
Set ID
Demo
4
To
stop
XD
Demo , press the MENU button.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
Special
Language
TVMENU
Child lock
ISM Method
Low Power
Set ID
Demo
DE
FG
OK
G
To start
MENU
23
?
XD Demo
XD TM Off
XD TM On
Menu
Exit
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Screen Menu
TV MENU
AUTO CONFIGURE
Options
(RGB [PC]
mode
only)
TEXT
PIP PR-
Automatically adjusts picture position
shaking.
and minimizes
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
image
After
adjustment, if the image is still not correct, your
functioning properly but needs further adjustment.
set is
LIST
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
Auto
configure
Q.VIEW
VOL
adjustment of the screen posiand
The
tion, clock,
phase.
displayed image will unstable for a few
seconds while the auto configuration is in progress.
PR
This function is for the automatic
MUTE
123
456
789
Screen
config.
Auto
Manual
config.
VGA Mode
ARC
1
Press the MENU button and then
select the Screen
use
D / E button to
Reset
menu.
DE
TVMENU
2
Press the G button and then
select Auto
use
FG
OK
D / E button to
MENU
1
config..
Screen
config.
Auto
3
Press the G button to start Auto
Manual
config..
G
To set
config.
VGA Mode
ARC
?
When Auto
config
.
has finished, OK will be shown
on
Reset
screen.
?
If the
position of the image
adjustment again.
is still not correct,
try
Auto
DE
FG
OK
MENU
23
?
If
picture
needs to be
ment in RGB
config
4
64
.
(PC),
adjusted more after Auto adjustcan
adjust the Manual
you
.
Press the E X I T button to return to TV
viewing.
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MANUAL CONFIGURE
TEXT
If the
picture
if characters
isn't clear after auto
are
still
adjustment and especially
trembling, adjust the picture phase
PIP
PIP PR-
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
manually.
LIST
To correct the
screen
adjust
size,
This function works in the
Cl
following
o c
k.
mode
:
COMPONENT
I/II
SLEEP
RGB[PC],
(480p/576p/720p/1080i),
(480p/576p/720p/1080i).
RGB[DTV],
MENU
EXIT
OK
HDMI
Q.VIEW
VOL
It's not available to
use
COMPONENT
(480p/576p/720p/1080i),
(480p/576p/720p/1080i).
visible
on
screen
size will also
background.
change.
screen
MUTE
HDMI
123
456
Clock This function is to minimize any vertical bars
the
PR
Phase, Clock function in RGB[DTV],
or
Screen
stripes
config.
Auto
And the horizontal
Manual
config.
VGA Mode
ARC
P h
This function allows you to remove any horizontal noise
and clear or sharpen the image of characters.
a s e
Reset
DE
FG
OK
MENU
1
1
Press the MENU button and then
use
D / E button to
Screen
select the Screen
menu.
config.
Auto
Phase
50
VGA Mode
Clock
+10
ARC
H-Position
0
V-Position
0
Manual
2
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
Manual
3
config.
G
Reset
config..
TVMENU
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
Phase, Clock, H-Position
or
V-Position.
DE
FG
OK
MENU
234
4
Press the F / G button to make
appropriate
adjustments.
5
Press the E X I T button to return to TV
viewing.
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SETTING THE PICTURE FORMAT
You
watch the
can
screen
Original, 4:3, 16:9,
in various
picture formats; Spectacle
14:9 and Zo
,
Full
INPUT
,
TV
TV
POWER
om.
INPUT
DVD
ARC
If
a
fixed
displayed on the screen for a long time, that fixed
become imprinted on the screen and remain visible.
image
image
may
There
might
VCR
is
be uncomfortable in full mode. Then
change
TEXT
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
into other
mode.
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
You
adjust the enlarge proportion using
can
SLEEP
DE button.
OK
This function may not work
according
to the
broadcasting signal.
Screen
1
Press the MENU button and then
select the Screen
use
DE button to
config.
Auto
Manual
menu.
config.
VGA Mode
2
Press the G button and then
3
Press the G button and then
use
ARC
DE button to select ARC.
use
Reset
DE button to select
Spectacle, Full, Original, 4:3, 16:9, 14:9,
Zoom1
or
Zoom2.
DE
?
TVMENU
When your TV receives the wide screen signal, when
selected it will adjust the picture horizontally, in non-linear
proportion, to fill the entire screen.
?
Full
?
ARC
Original
DE
4:3
16:9
Following selection will lead you to adjust the picture hor
izontally, in a linear proportion, to fill the entire screen
(useful for viewing 4:3 formatted DVDs).
?
14:9
You
can
enjoy the picture
programme
just
66
config.
Spectacle
config.
Original
VGA Mode
Following selection will lead you to view a picture with an
original 4:3 aspect ratio, with gray bars appearing at both
the left and right sides.
through
like that the
format of 14:9
the 14:9 mode. The
screen
4:3 is
magnified
or
general
TV
14:9 is viewed
to the left / right.
screen
MENU
Screen
Auto
When your TV receives the wide screen signal, when
selected it will adjust the picture horizontally or vertically,
in a linear proportion, to fill the entire screen fully. (This
feature is not available in NTSC signal.)
When your TV receives the wide screen signal, it will be
automatically changed to the picture format to be sent.
?
OK
1
Manual
?
FG
Spectacle
4:3
G
Reset
16:9
14:9
Zoom1
Zoom2
FG
OK
MENU
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Zoom1
?
selection will lead you to view the picture without any
alternation, while filling the entire screen. However, the top and
!
bottom
G
Following
portions
of the
picture
will be
cropped.
NOTE
You
HDMI
Zoom2
?
only select 4:3 16:9
Component, RGB,
mode only.
can
(Wide)
,
in
Choose Zoom2 when you want the picture to be altered,
both horizontally extended and vertically cropped. The pic
ture
taking
a
halfway trade
off between alteration and
screen
coverage.
4
Press the E X I T button to return to TV
viewing.
SELECTING WIDE VGA/XGA MODE
TEXT
PIP
PIP PR-
To
see a
normal
picture,
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
match the resolution of RGB mode and
selection of VGA/XGA mode.
LIST
This function works in the
VGA Mode:
following
mode:
RGB[PC]
MENU
EXIT
mode.
I/II
SLEEP
TVMENU
OK
42PC1RV, 42PC3RV
*
XGA Mode: 26C2R * 32LC2R *
,
Q.VIEW
Screen
config.
Auto
Manual
config.
VGA Mode
1
Press the MENU button and then
select the Screen
2
use
ARC
DE button to
Reset
menu.
Press the G button and then
use
DE button to select
DE
VGA Mode
3
OK
Press the G button and then
use
MENU
1
DE button to select
the desired VGA/XGA resolution.
Screen
config.
Auto
Manual
config.
VGA Mode
4
FG
(or XGA Mode).
Press the E X I T button to return to TV
viewing.
G
640x480
ARC
848x480
Reset
852x480
DE
FG
OK
MENU
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TV MENU
68
Screen Menu
Options
INITIALIZING
TO ORIGINAL FACTORY
(RESET
SETTINGS)
TEXT
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
PIP INPUT
This function operates in current mode.
To initialize the adjusted value
LIST
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
1
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
the Screen
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
menu.
MUTE
123
2
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select
456
Reset.
789
Screen
Press the G button.
?
initialize Position, PIP size, PIP
You
can
(PIP
size and PIP
mode
position
are
Manual
position.
config.
VGA Mode
ARC
available to work in PIP
Reset
only.)
DE
TVMENU
config.
Auto
FG
OK
MENU
1
Screen
config.
Auto
Manual
config.
VGA Mode
ARC
Reset
DE
FG
G
OK
To set
MENU
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Page
APPENDIX
PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE
The remote is
a
multi-brand
or a
universal remote. It
can
be
programmed
to
most remote-con-
operate
trollable devices of other manufacturers.
Note that the remote may not control all models of other brands.
Programming a
1
code into
a
remote mode
Test your remote control.
To find out whether your remote control
can
operate the component without programming,
component such as a VCR and press the corresponding mode button (such as
remote control, while pointing at the component. Test the POWER and PR+
component responds properly.
2
Turn
If not, the remote
DVD
-
or
buttons to
the component to be programmed, then press the corresponding mode button
on the remote control. The remote control button of desired device is
lighted.
Press the MENU and MUTE buttons
simultaneously,
turn
on
the
VCR )onthe
see
if the
as a
DVD
operate the device.
on
VCR )
3
requires programming
to
a
the remote control is
ready
to be
(such
programmed
or
for the
code.
Enter
4
a
code number
using
corresponding component
the number buttons
can
be found
on
the
on
the remote control.
following
pages.
Again,
Programming
code numbers for the
if the code is correct, the device will
turn off.
5
Press the MENU button to store the code.
6
Test the remote control functions to
Programming
see
if the component
responds properly.
If not, repeat from step 2.
APENDIX
code
DVD
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
APEX DIGITAL
022
MITSUBISHI
DENON
020
014
NAD
GE
005
006
ONKYO
008
027
PANASONIC
003
PHILIPS
013
PIONEER
004
HARMAN KARDON
Brand
Codes
002
RCA
005
006
023
SAMSUNG
011
015
017
SONY
007
009
THOMPSON
005
006
TOSHIBA
019
008
YAMAHA
009
018
ZENITH
010
016
JVC
012
LG
001
MAGNAVOX
013
PROCEED
021
MARANTZ
024
PROSCAN
005
010
016
025
026
025
006
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VCRs
Brand
Codes
AIWA
034
AKAI
016
043
125
146
046
Brand
Codes
MAGNAVOX
031
033
067
068
012
031
124
MARANTZ
ANAM
031
033
103
AUDIO DYNAMICS
012
023
039
SAMSUNG
032
040
102
104
105
107
109
112
113
115
120
122
022
043
048
135
SANYO003
007
010
014
067
125
043
MARTA
101
MATSUI
027
030
SANSUI
BROKSONIC
035
037
129
MEI
031
033
CANON
028
031
033
MEMOREX
003
010
014
031
CAPEHART
108
033
034
053
072
CRAIG
003
040
135
139
CURTIS MATHES
031
033
041
DAEWOO
005
007
010
065
108
112
116
101
102
134
MGA
045
046
059
064
MINOLTA
013
020
110
111
MITSUBISHI
013
020
045
046
117
119
049
051
059
061
151
SCOTT
102
134
017
037
112
129
003
008
009
010
013
014
017
020
031
042
073
081
054
149
131
SEARS
101
SHARP
031
SHINTOM
024
SONY
003
009
031
052
056
057
058
076
077
078
149
033
034
DAYTRON
108
DBX
012
023
DYNATECH
034
053
ELECTROHOME
059
EMERSON
006
017
025
027
048
SOUNDESIGN
034
029
031
034
035
NORDMENDE
043
STS
013
036
037
046
101
OPTONICA
053
054
SYLVANIA
031
129
131
138
153
PANASONIC
066
070
074
FISHER
003
008
009
010
133
140
145
FUNAI
034
GE
031
033
063
072
107
109
144
147
132
136
GO VIDEO
HITACHI
039
043
MTC
034
040
MULTITECH
024
034
NEC
012
023
PENTAX
045
004
018
026
034
137
150
013
020
039
031
043
033
PHILCO031
034
067
031
033
034
067
071
101
021
048
054
SYMPHONIC
034
TANDY
010
034
TATUNG
039
043
TEAC
034
039
043
TECHNICS
031
033
070
TEKNIKA
019
031
033
034
101
043
063
PILOT
101
INSTANTREPLAY
031
033
PIONEER
013
JCL
031
033
PORTLAND
108
JCPENNY
012
013
015
PULSAR
072
040
066
101
QUARTZ
011
014
QUASAR
033
066
075
RCA
013
020
033
040
041
062
063
VICTOR
048
107
109
140
144
VIDEO CONCEPTS
012
145
147
VIDEOSONIC
040
WARDS
033
THOMAS
034
TMK
006
TOSHIBA
008
013
042
047
059
082
112
131
TOTEVISION
040
101
145
UNITECH
040
034
VECTOR RESEARCH 012
JENSEN
043
JVC
012
031
033
043
048
050
055
060
130
150
152
014
034
039
043
047
048
003
008
010
014
001
012
013
020
031
033
034
040
101
106
114
123
053
054
101
KENWOOD
LG
(GOLDSTAR)
REALISTIC
034
0 46
003
013
017
024
031
033
034
040
053
054
131
LLOYD
034
RICO058
YAMAHA
012
034
039
LXI
003
009
013
014
RUNCO148
ZENITH
034
048
056
017
034
101
106
SALORA
058
072
080
MAGIN
040
014
059
067
083
063
PHILIPS
012
HARMAN KARDON
70
033
041
Codes
069
AMPRO072
APENDIX
034
Brand
043
101
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHECKLIST
The
does
operation
not
work normally.
Check to
causing
The
control
remote
doesn't
Power
is
work
see
if there is any
Are batteries installed with correct
Correct remote
suddenly
turned off
Install
new
Is the
sleep
operating
Check the power control
picture
on
ly
No
or
poor
slowon
color
picture
poor
Power
product
is turned
problem
bars
or
Poor
on.
product's
This is normal, the
outlet, plug another product's power cord into the outlet
power cord
image
was
is muted
contact your service center, if the
during
picture
Adjust
Color in
Keep
sufficient distance between the
Try
a
menu
vertical
in.
plugged
the
product startup process. Please
appeared after five minutes.
has not
option.
another channel. The
problem
Are the video cables installed
product
APENDIX
and the VCR.
may be with the broadcast.
properly?
Check for local interference such
brightness
as an
of the
electrical
picture.
appliance
or
power tool.
picture shaking
reception
some
or
cable
Station
or
Station
signal
product experiencing problems,
on
channels
Check for
Lines
interrupted
may be with the broadcast.
Activate any function to restore the
Horizontal
-)?
Check your antenna direction and/or location.
switching
or
to
mode set: TV, VCR etc.?
settings.
another channel. The
where the
after
-
station tuned with Auto off activated.
Test the wall power
Picture appears
to +,
Is the power cord inserted into wall power outlet?
&
sound
No
polarity (+
work.
not
Try
and the remote control
timer set?
Check whether the
No
product
batteries.
No broadcast
The video function does
between the
object
obstruction.
streaks in
is
weak, reorient
sources
Check antenna
of
possible
(Change
tune to another station.
antenna to receive weaker station.
interference.
the direction of the
antenna).
pictures
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHECKLIST
The audio function does
not
work.
Press the VOL+
Picture OK
No
-
(or Volume) button.
Sound muted? Press M U T E button.
&
Try
sound
another channel. The
problem
Are the audio cables installed
from
No output
of
the
one
speakers
Adjust
A
Unusual sound from
inside
the
There is
The
product
problem
a
is
signal
in
Vertical bar
APENDIX
stripe
ground &
Noise
&
in ambient
product
option.
humidity
is turned
temperature
may result in
off and does not indicate
an
a
unusual noise
fault with the
PC mode
(Only
Adjust resolution,
input
applied)
horizontal
frequency,
or
vertical
frequency.
source.
or
Horizontal
Work the Auto
configure
or
Incorrect
position
Screen colour
unstable
or
on or
back-
or
colour
72
PC mode.
Check the
range.
on
change
when the
menu
properly?
product.
of
out
Balance in
may be with the broadcast.
is
single
Check the
signal
cable.
Reinstall the PC video card.
adjust clock, phase,
or
H/V position.
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MAINTENANCE
Early
malfunctions
have your
new
Cleaning the
1
Here's
a
2
it to
Make
a
the
Cleaning the
To
remove
Please be
dirt
sure
prevented.
Careful and
regular cleaning can extend the amount of time you will
unplug the power cord before you begin any cleaning.
to turn the power off and
way to
keep
the dust off your
little fabric softener
wipe
sure
be
sure
Screen
great
water and
use
can
TV. Be
the
or
dish
screen
for
a
while. Wet
washing detergent. Wring
a
soft cloth in
a
mixture of lukewarm
the cloth until it's almost
dry,
and then
screen.
excess
water is off the screen, and then let it
air-dry
before you turn
on
your TV.
Cabinet
or
dust, wipe the cabinet with
not to
use a
a
soft, dry, lint-free cloth.
wet cloth.
Extended Absence
CAUTION
If you expect to leave your TV dormant for
the power cord to protect
long time (such as a vacation), it's a good
against possible damage from lightning or power surges.
a
idea to
unplug
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APPENDIX
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS
681.0
with stand
26.8
Dimensions
(Width
x
Height
Weight
Power
x
32LC2R *
26LC2R-ZJ
26LC2RB-ZJ
26LC2RA-ZJ
32LC2R-ZJ
32LC2RB-ZJ
32LC2RA-ZJ
542.0
21.3
681.0
x
490.8
26.8
x
with stand
18.5
without stand
15.2
kg /
kg /
31.9
x
630.0
24.8
x
x
235.0
x
mm
9.3 inches
19.3
x
119.0
811.0
mm
4.6 inches
x
566.8
x
40.8 lbs
21.9
33.5 lbs
18.5
kg / 48.2
kg / 40.8
22.3
x
123.5
x
mm
4.9 inches
31.9
x
lbs
lbs
AC100-240V~50/60Hz 1.5A
Consumption
130W
150W
PAL/SECAM B/G/D/K, PAL I/II, SECAM L/L'
System
External Antenna
VHF: E2
~
E12, UHF: E21
Impedance
Environment condition
E69, CATV: S1
S20, HYPER: S21
~
0~40°C/32~104°F
Operating Temperature
Less than 80%
-20~60°C/-4~140°F
Storage Temperature
Storage Humidity
specifications
~
75Ω
Operating Humidity
74
811.0
mm
AC100-240V~50/60Hz 1.3A
Program Coverage
APENDIX
172.0
requirement
Television
The
x
6.8 inches
x
Depth)
x
without stand
Power
x
26LC2R *
shown above may be
changed
without
Less than 85%
prior
notice for
quality improvement.
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MODELS
including
stand
Dimensions
(Width
x
Height
42PC3RV *
42PC1RV-ZJ
42PC1RVA-ZJ
42PC3RV-ZJ
1129.0
x
44.4
29.5
x
748.5
x
stand
including stand
excluding stand
Weight
requirement
Power
Consumption
1129.0
x
44.4
29.5
mm
x
748.5
x
x
333.6
mm
13.1 inches
1129.0
x
44.4
27.4
x
695.0
x
x
103.7
1129.0
x
44.4
x
27.4
mm
4.1 inches
695.0
x
x
103.7
mm
4.1 inches
27.7
kg /
61.1 lbs
31.5
kg /
69.4 lbs
24.2
kg /
53.4 lbs
24.2
kg /
53.3 lbs
250 W
PAL/SECAM B/G/D/K, PAL I/II, SECAM L/L'
System
VHF: E2
Program Coverage
E12, UHF: E21
~
Impedance
Environment condition
E69, CATV: S1
S20, HYPER: S21
~
S47
~
0~40°C/32~104°F
Operating Temperature
Less than 80%
-20~60°C/-4~140°F
Storage Temperature
Less than 85%
Storage Humidity
specifications
~
75Ω
Operating Humidity
The
380.0
AC100-240V~50/60Hz 3.0A
Power
External Antenna
x
15.0 inches
Depth)
x
excluding
Television
42PC1RV *
shown above may be
changed
without
prior
notice for
quality improvement.
APENDIX
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