LG | 60PG30FD | LG 50PG30FD Owner’s Manual

PLASMA TV
OWNER’S MANUAL
PLASMA TV MODELS
4 2 P G 2* * *
5 0 P G 2* * *
5 0 P G 3* * *
6 0 P G 3* * *
4 2 P G 6* * *
5 0 P G 6* * *
5 0 P G 7* * *
6 0 P G 7* * *
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your TV.
Retain it for future reference.
Record model number and serial number of the TV.
Refer to the label on the back cover and quote this
information.
To your dealer when requiring service.
DVB is a registered trademark
of the DVB Project
I D N u m b e r ( s ) : 5495: 60PG30FD-AA
5496: 50PG30FD-AA
5205: 50PG60UD-AA
5206: 42PG60UD-AA
5209: 42PG20D-AA
5210 : 50PG20D-AA
5522: 60PG70FD-AB
5523: 50PG70FD-AB
ACCESSORIES
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RA
TIO
ACCESSORIES
Ensure that the following accessories are included with your TV. If an accessory is missing, please contact the
dealer where you purchased the product.
or
Owner’s Manual
Batteries
Remote Control
This feature is not available for all models.
Power Cord
* Lightly wipe any stains or fingerprints on the
surface of the TV with the polishing cloth.
Polishing Cloth
Polishing cloth for use on
the screen.
Ferrite Core
(only 50/60PG3***,
50/60PG7***)
Do not use excessive force. This may cause
scratching or discolouration.
Use of ferrite core (only 50/60PG3***, 50/60PG7***)
Ferrite core can be used to reduce the electromagnetic
wave when connecting the power cord.
The closer the location of the ferrite core to the power
plug, the better it is.
Install the power plug closely.
Cable management clip
(only 42/50PG6***,
50/60PG7***)
(only 50/60PG3***,
42/50PG2***)
(only 50PG6***,
50/60PG7*** )
Cable Holder
Protection Cover
Except 50PG6***, 50/60PG7***
or
42PG6*** : 1EA
50/60PG3*** : 2EA
42PG2*** : 1EA
50PG2*** : 2EA
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CONTENTS
ACCESSORIES
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CONTENTS
PREPARATION
Front Panel Controls..................................................... 4
Back Panel Information ................................................ 5
Back Cover for Wire Arrangement ............................ 6
Desktop Pedestal Installation ..................................... 9
Swivel Stand ................................................................... 9
Wall Mount: Horizontal Installation........................ 10
Please set it up carefully so the product does not
fall over............................................................................ 11
Antenna Connection................................................... 12
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
HD Receiver Setup ...................................................... 13
DVD Setup..................................................................... 15
VCR Setup ..................................................................... 18
AV Output Setup ........................................................ 20
Digital Audio Out Setup............................................ 21
Other A/V Source Setup .......................................... 22
USB in Setup ................................................................ 23
PC Setup........................................................................ 24
- Screen Setup for PC Mode .............................. 27
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
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Remote Control Key Functions................................ 32
Turning on the TV....................................................... 36
Programme Selection ................................................ 36
Volume Adjustment ................................................... 36
Quick Menu ................................................................. 37
On-Screen Menus Selection and Adjustment..... 38
Auto Programme Tuning............................................ 39
Manual Programme Tuning (In Digital Mode)..... 40
Manual Programme Tuning (In Analogue Mode) ... 41
Programme Edit ........................................................... 43
Booster........................................................................... 46
Software Update.......................................................... 47
Diagnostics ................................................................... 48
Selecting the Programme Table............................... 49
Input List........................................................................ 50
................................................................. 51
Input Label .................................................................... 54
AV Mode........................................................................ 55
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
When connecting the USB device.......................... 56
Photo List ...................................................................... 57
Music List........................................................................61
EPG (ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME
GUIDE) (IN DIGITAL MODE)
- Switch on/off EPG ............................................... 64
- Select a programme............................................. 64
- Button Function in NOW/NEXT Guide Mode 65
- Button Function in 7 Day Guide Mode.......... 65
- Button Function in Date Change Mode......... 65
- Button Function in Extended Description Box . 66
- Button Function in Remind Setting Mode................. 66
- Button Function in Remind List Mode ............. 66
PICTURE CONTROL
Picture Size (Aspect Ratio) Control....................... 67
Preset Picture Settings
- Picture Mode-Preset............................................ 69
- Auto Colour Tone Control
(Cool/Medium/Warm) ........................................ 70
Manual Picture Adjustment
- Picture Mode-User option................................. 71
- Picture Mode-Expert Control ........................... 72
Picture Improvement Technology........................... 73
Advanced - Film Mode............................................... 74
Advanced - Black(Darkness) Level ......................... 75
Picture Reset................................................................. 76
Image Sticking Minimization (ISM) Method .........77
Power Saving Picture Mode ...................................... 78
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
Troubleshooting........................................................... 98
Maintenance ............................................................. 100
Product Specifications ............................................. 101
Programming the Remote Control ....................... 102
IR Codes ...................................................................... 103
External Control Through RS-232C .................... 105
Open Source Software Notice ............................... 112
Open Source License ................................................ 113
CONTENTS
Auto Volume Leveller.................................................. 79
Preset Sound Settings - Sound Mode................... 80
Sound Setting Adjustment - User Mode .............. 81
Clear Voice .................................................................... 82
Balance........................................................................... 83
TV Speakers On/ Off Setup......................................84
Selecting Digital Audio Out ..................................... 85
Audio Reset................................................................... 86
Stereo Reception (In Analogue Mode Only) ...... 87
Speaker Sound Output Selection........................... 87
APPENDIX
TIME SETTING
Clock Setup .................................................................. 88
Auto On/ Off Timer Setting..................................... 89
Auto Shut-off Setting ................................................. 90
Time Zone Setup......................................................... 91
Sleep Timer Setting..................................................... 91
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
Set Password & Lock System................................... 92
Block Programme......................................................... 93
Parental Control .......................................................... 94
Key Lock......................................................................... 95
TELETEXT
Switch On/Off ............................................................. 96
SIMPLE Text .................................................................. 96
TOP Text........................................................................ 96
FASTEXT ........................................................................ 97
Special Teletext Functions......................................... 97
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PREPARATION
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
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If your TV has a protection film attached, remove the film and then wipe the product with a polishing cloth.
PREPARATION
Remote Control Sensor
POWER Button
Power/Standby Indicator
• illuminates red in standby mode.
• illuminates green when the TV is
switched on.
MENU
INPUT
INPUT
MENU
INPUT
4
P
OK
P
OK
MENU
INPUT
OK
MENU
OK
P
VOLUME
PROGRAMME
BACK PANEL INFORMATION
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50/60PG3***
42/50PG6***
50/60PG7***
PREPARATION
USB Input
USB
USB Input
(Service
only)
3 SERVICE ONLY
42/50PG2***
HDMI Input
Connect a HDMI signal
to HDMI IN.
AV IN 1
AV OUT
VIDEO
L
1
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
Audio/Video Input
Connect audio/video
output from an external
device to these jacks.
R
AUDIO
R
AUDIO
L/MONO
VIDEO
L/MONO
VIDEO
VIDEO
S-Video Input
AV OUT
Connect
S-Video out
from an S-VIDEO device.
AV IN 1
R
R
2
AV IN 1
VIDEO
VIDEO
L/MONO
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
2
2
3
5
4
42/50PG2***
2
AV IN 1
AV IN 1
AV OUT
4
OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
Connect digital audio from various types of equipment.
Note: In standby mode, these ports do not work.
5
Component Input
Connect a component video/audio device to
these jacks.
R
RGB/DVI Audio Input
Connect the audio from a PC.
AUDIO
R
R
R
3
HDMI Input
Connect a HDMI signal to HDMI IN.
Or DVI(VIDEO)signal to HDMI/DVI port with DVI
to HDMI cable.
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
2
Power Cord Socket
This TV operates on an AC power. The voltage is
indicated on the Specifications page. Never
attempt to operate the TV on DC power.
VIDEO
L/MONO
L/
MONO
L
L/MONO
6
AV OUT
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
or
1
2
R
R
50/60PG3***
42/50PG6***
50/60PG7***
AV OUT
8
7
9
10
6
2
RGB Input
Connect the output from a PC.
7
RS-232C IN (CONTROL & SERVICE) PORT
Connect to the RS-232C port on a PC.
8
Audio/Video Input (AV IN 1)
Connect audio/video output from an external
device to these jacks.
9
AV Output
Connect second TV or monitor to the AV OUT
socket on the set.
10
Antenna Input
Connect RF antenna to this jack.
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PREPARATION
BACK COVER FOR WIRE ARRANGEMENT
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PREPARATION
42PG6***
1
Connect the cables as necessary.
To connect additional equipment, see the
E X T E R N A L E Q U I P M E N T S E T U P section.
2
Install the C A B L E M A N A G E M E N T C L I P as shown.
CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP
Fix the C a b l e H o l d e r
as shown and bundle
the cables.
How to remove the cable management clip
Hold the C A B L E M A N A G E M E N T C L I P with both hands and pull it upward.
* For the 42PG6*** model, press the center of the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP and then lift it.
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1
PREPARATION
50PG6***, 50/60PG7***
Connect the cables as necessary.
To connect additional equipment, see the
E X T E R N A L E Q U I P M E N T S E T U P section.
2
Install the C A B L E M A N A G E M E N T C L I P as shown.
CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP
How to remove the cable management clip
Hold the C A B L E M A N A G E M E N T C L I P with both hands and pull it upward.
Separate CABLE MANAGEMENT from TV by
pressing two latches.
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PREPARATION
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PREPARATION
42/50PG2***, 50/60PG3***
1
Connect the cables as necessary.
To connect additional equipment, see the
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP section.
2
Install the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP as
shown.
If your TV has the CABLE HOLDER, install it
as shown and bundle the cables.
CABLE HOLDER
CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP
How to remove the cable management clip
Hold the C A B L E M A N A G E M E N T C L I P with both hands and pull it upward.
! NOTE
G Do not use the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP to lift the TV.
- If the TV is dropped, you may be injured or the TV may be damaged.
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A
A
The TV can be installed in various ways such as on a wall, or on a desktop etc.
The TV is designed to be mounted horizontally.
EARTHING
Power Supply
Circuit breaker
PREPARATION
Ensure that you connect the earth wire to prevent possible
electric shock. If grounding methods are not possible, have
a qualified electrician install a separate circuit breaker.
Do not try to earth the TV by connecting it to telephone
wires, lightening rods or gas pipes.
DESKTOP PEDESTAL INSTALLATION
For adequate ventilation allow a clearance of 4” (10cm) all around the TV.
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
SWIVEL STAND
INPUT
MENU
OK
4 inches
P
After installing the TV, you can adjust the TV set manually to the left or right direction by 20 degrees to suit
your viewing position.
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PREPARATION
WALL MOUNT: HORIZONTAL INSTALLATION
For adequate ventilation allow a clearance of 4” (10cm) all around the TV. We recommend that you use a
wall mounting bracket of LG brand when mounting the TV to a wall.
PREPARATION
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
NOT USING THE DESK-TYPE STAND
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When installing the wall-mounted unit, use the
protection cover for desk-type stand installation.
Insert the PROTECTION COVER into the TV until
clicking sound.
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PLEASE SET IT UP CAREFULLY SO THE PRODUCT DOES
NOT FALL OVER.
You should purchase necessary components to fix the TV to the wall on the market.
Position the TV close to the wall to avoid the possibility of it falling when pushed.
A The instructions shown below are a safer way to set up the TV, which is to fix it to the wall, avoiding the
possibility of it falling forwards if pulled. This will prevent the TV from falling forward and causing injury.
This will also prevent the TV from damage. Ensure that children do not climb or hang from the TV.
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A
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PREPARATION
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1
2
1
Use the eye-bolts or TV brackets/bolts to fix the product to the wall as shown in the picture.
(If your TV has bolts in the eyebolts, loosen then bolts.)
* Insert the eye-bolts or TV brackets/bolts and tighten them securely in the upper holes.
2
Secure the wall brackets with the bolts on the wall. Match the height of the bracket that is mounted on the
wall.
3
3
Use a sturdy rope to tie the product. It is safer to tie the rope so it becomes horizontal between
the wall and the product.
! NOTE
G
G
G
When moving the TV undo the cords first.
Use a platform or cabinet strong and large enough to support the size and weight of the TV.
To use the TV safely make sure that the height of the bracket on the wall and on the TV is the same.
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PREPARATION
■
To prevent damage do not connect to the mains outlet until all connections are made between the devices.
ANTENNA CONNECTION
■
■
For optimum picture quality, adjust antenna direction.
An antenna cable and converter are not supplied.
PREPARATION
AV IN 1
VIDEO
L/MONO
L
AV IN 1
AV OUT
VIDEO
L/MONO
L
R
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
AUDIO
AUDIO
Multi-family Dwellings/Apartments
(Connect to wall antenna socket)
VIDEO
Wall
Antenna
Socket
AV OUT
R
R
2
RF Coaxial Wire (75 ohm)
Outdoor
Antenna
(VHF, UHF)
Single-family Dwellings /Houses
(Connect to wall jack for outdoor antenna)
AV IN 1
VIDEO
L/MONO
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
R
Signal
Amplifier
Antenna
VIDEO
UHF
AV OUT
VHF
■
■
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In poor signal areas, to achieve better picture quality it may be necessary to install a signal amplifier to the
antenna as shown above.
If signal needs to be split for two TVs, use an antenna signal splitter for connection.
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
To avoid damaging any equipment, never plug in any power cords until you have finished connecting all equipment.
This section on EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP mainly uses diagrams for the 42/50PG6*** models.
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HD RECEIVER SETUP
■
This TV can receive Digital RF/Cable signals without an external digital set-top box. However, if you do receive
Digital signals from a digital set-top box or other digital external device, refer to the diagram as shown below.
1
Connect the video outputs (Y, PB, PR) of the digital set
top box to the C O M P O N E N T I N V I D E O jacks on the
TV.
2
Connect the audio output of the digital set-top box to
the C O M P O N E N T I N A U D I O jacks on the TV.
3
Turn on the digital set-top box.
(Refer to the owner’s manual for the digital set-top box.)
4
Select C o m p o n e n t 1 input source using the I N P U T
button on the remote control.
If connected to C O M P O N E N T I N 2 input, select
C o m p o n e n t 2 input source.
Signal
Component
HDMI
480i/576i
Yes
No
480p/576p
Yes
Yes
720p/1080i
Yes
Yes
1080p
Yes
Yes
(50Hz/60Hz only)
(24Hz/30Hz/50Hz/60Hz)
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Connecting with a component cables
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Connecting a set-top box with an HDMI cable
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
1
Connect the digital set-top box to H D M I / D V I I N 1,
H D M I I N 2, H D M I I N 3 or H D M I I N 4(except
42/50PG2***) jack on the TV.
2
Turn on the digital set-top box.
(Refer to the owner’s manual for the digital set-top box.)
3
Select H D M I 1, H D M I 2, H D M I 3 or H D M I 4(except
42/50PG2***) input source using the I N P U T button
on the remote control.
1
Connecting with an HDMI to DVI cable
2
R
14
Select H D M I 1 input source using the I N P U T button
on the remote control.
1
AUDIO
4
L
Turn on the digital set-top box. (Refer to the owner’s
manual for the digital set-top box.)
AV OUT
VIDEO
3
R
Connect the audio output of the digital set-top box to
the A U D I O I N ( R G B / D V I ) jack on the TV.
AUDIO
2
AV
V IN 1
L/MONO
L/
MONO
Connect the digital set-top box to H D M I / D V I I N 1
jack on the TV.
VIDEO
1
DVD SETUP
Connecting with a component cables
Connect the video outputs (Y, PB, PR) of the DVD to the
C O M P O N E N T I N V I D E O jacks on the TV.
1
2
Connect the audio outputs of the DVD to the
C O M P O N E N T I N A U D I O jacks on the TV.
3
Turn on the DVD player, insert a DVD.
2
4
Select C o m p o n e n t 1 input source using the I N P U T
button on the remote control.
If connected to C O M P O N E N T I N 2 input, select
C o m p o n e n t 2 input source.
5
Refer to the DVD player's manual for operating
instructions.
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
1
Component Input ports
To achieve better picture quality, connect a DVD player to the component input ports as shown below.
Component ports on the TV
Video output ports
on DVD player
Y
PB
PR
Y
PB
PR
Y
B-Y
R-Y
Y
Cb
Cr
Y
Pb
Pr
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Connecting with a S-Video cable
VIDEO
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
16
1
S-VIDEO
L
R
Connect the S-VIDEO output of the DVD to the S V I D E O input on the TV.
OUTPUT
SWITCH
2
ANT IN
Connect the audio outputs of the DVD to the A U D I O
input jacks on the TV.
3
Turn on the DVD player, insert a DVD.
4
Select A V 2 input source using the I N P U T button on
the remote control.
5
Refer to the DVD player's manual for operating
instructions.
1
2
ANT OUT
2
Connecting the HDMI cable
Connect the HDMI output of the DVD to the
H D M I / D V I I N 1, H D M I I N 2, H D M I I N 3 or H D M I
I N 4(except 42/50PG2***) jack on the TV.
2
Select H D M I 1, H D M I 2, H D M I 3 or H D M I 4(except
42/50PG2***) input source using the I N P U T button
on the remote control.
3
Refer to the DVD player's manual for operating
instructions.
1
! NOTE
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
1
G The
TV can receive video and audio signals simultaneously
when using a HDMI cable.
G If the DVD does not support Auto HDMI, you must set the
output resolution appropriately.
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VIDEO
VIDEO
L
L/MONO
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
R
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
VCR SETUP
To avoid picture noise (interference), allow adequate distance between the VCR and TV.
■ Typically a frozen still picture from a VCR. If 4:3 picture format is used for an extended period the fixed
images on the sides of the screen may remain visible.
■
AV OUT
VIDEO
VIDEO
L/MONO
L
Connecting with a RF Cable
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
R
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
AV IN 1
ANT OUT
S-VIDEO
ANT IN
OUTPUT
SWITCH
VIDEO
L
R
1
2
Wall Jack
Antenna
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1
Connect the A N T O U T socket of the VCR to the A N T E N N A I N socket on the TV.
2
Connect the antenna cable to the A N T I N socket of the VCR.
3
Press the P L A Y button on the VCR and match the appropriate channel between the TV and VCR for
viewing.
Connecting with an RCA cable
1
Insert a video tape into the VCR and press PLAY on
the VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner’s manual.)
1
2
VIDEO
L
3
AUDIO
R
Select A V 2 input source using the I N P U T button on
the remote control.
If connected to A V I N 1 input, select A V 1 input
source.
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L
ANT IN
R
OUTPUT
SWITCH
ANT OUT
! NOTE
G
If you have a mono VCR, connect the audio cable from the
VCR to the A U D I O L / M O N O jack of the TV.
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
2
OUT
V I D E O jacks between TV and
Connect the A U D I O/V
VCR. Match the jack colours (Video = yellow, Audio Left
= white, and Audio Right = red)
Connecting with a S-Video cable
1
VIDEO
Connect the S-VIDEO output of the VCR to the S V I D E O input on the TV set. The picture quality is
improved; compared to normal composite (RCA cable)
input.
2
Connect the audio outputs of the VCR to the A U D I O
input jacks on the TV.
3
Insert a video tape into the VCR and press PLAY on the
VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner’s manual.)
4
Select A V 2 input source with using the I N P U T button on
the remote control.
S-VIDEO
L
R
OUTPUT
SWITCH
1
ANT IN
ANT OUT
2
2
! NOTE
G
If both S-VIDEO and VIDEO sockets have been connected to
the S-VHS VCR simultaneously, only the S-VIDEO can be
received.
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
AV OUTPUT SETUP
The TV has a special signal output capability which allows you
AV IN 1
L
1
AUDIO
See the Operating Manual of the second TV or monitor
for further details regarding that device’s input settings.
AUDIO
2
VIDEO
L/MONO
R
R
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
1
Connect the second TV or monitor to the TV’s AV OUT
jacks.
! NOTE
G
G
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VIDEO
to hook up the second TV or monitor.
AV OUT
Component, RGB, HDMI input sources cannot be used for
AV out.
We recommend to use the AV OUT jacks for VCR recording.
VIDEO
L
R
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT SETUP
Sending the TV’s audio signal to external audio equipment via the Digital Audio Output (Optical) port.
R
G Do
not look into the optical output port. Looking at the
laser beam may damage your vision.
AUDIO
2
CAUTION
L
1
VIDEO
Set the “TV Speaker option - Off ” in the AUDIO
menu.(Gp .84). Refer to the external audio equipment
instruction manual for operation.
AV OUT
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
3
AV
V IN 1
R
Connect the other end of the optical cable to the
digital audio (optical) input on the audio equipment.
AUDIO
2
L/MONO
L/
MONO
Connect one end of an optical cable to the TV Digital
Audio (Optical) Output port.
VIDEO
1
! NOTE
G
When connecting with external audio equipments, such as
amplifiers or speakers, please turn the TV speakers off.
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
OTHER A/V SOURCE SETUP
Camcorder
Video Game Set
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
VIDEO
L
R
1
2
22
1
V I D E O jacks between TV and external equipment. Match the jack colours .
Connect the A U D I O/V
(Video = yellow, Audio Left = white, and Audio Right = red)
2
Select A V 2 input source with using the I N P U T button on the remote control.
If connected to A V I N 1 input, select A V 1 input source.
3
Operate the corresponding external equipment.
Refer to external equipment operating guide.
USB IN SETUP
Except 42/50PG2***
1
Connect the USB device to the U S B I N jacks on the side of TV.
2
After
2 connecting the U S B I N jacks, you use the U S B function. (G p .56)
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
PC SETUP
This TV provides Plug and Play capability, meaning that the PC adjusts automatically to the TV's settings.
Connecting with a D-sub 15 pin cable
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
A
1
Connect the RGB output of the PC to the R G B I N
( P C ) jack on the TV.
2
Connect the PC audio output to the A U D I O I N
( R G B / D V I ) jack on the TV.
3
Turn on the PC and the TV
4
Select R G B input source using the INPUT button on
the remote control.
2
AUDIO
1
RGB OUTPUT
Connecting with a HDMI to DVI cable
AV IN 1
R
R
24
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
DVI-PC OUTPUT
2
AV
L
Select H D M I 1 input source using the INPUT button
on the remote control.
1
VIDEO
4
AUDIO
Turn on the PC and the TV.
AUDIO
3
L/MONO
Connect the PC audio output to the A U D I O I N
( R G B / D V I ) jack on the TV.
L/MONO
2
VIDEO
Connect the DVI output of the PC to the H D M I / D V I
I N 1 jack on the TV.
VIDEO
1
AV OUT
AV IN 1
Supported Display Resolution
HDMI/DVI-DTV mode
RGB-PC, HDMI/DVI-PC mode
Horizontal
Frequency(kHz)
Vertical
Frequency(Hz)
Resolution
Horizontal
Frequency(kHz)
Vertical
Frequency(Hz)
720x400
31.468
70.08
640x480
31.649
59.94
640x480
31.469
59.94
31.469
60
800x600
37.879
60.31
31.47
59.94
1024x768
48.363
60.00
720x480
720x576
31.50
60
31.25
50.00
37.50
50.00
44.96
59.94
1280x768
47.78
59.87
1360x768
47.72
59.8
1280x1024
63.98
60.02
1400x1050
65.317
59.979
45.00
60
59.934
28.125
50.00
33.72
59.94
33.75
60
1920x1080
66.587
1280x720
(only 50/60PG3***, 50/60PG7***)
1920x1080
27.00
24.00
33.75
30
56.25
50.00
67.433
59.94
67.50
60
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Resolution
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
! NOTE
G To
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
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enjoy vivid picture and sound, connect a PC to
the TV.
G Avoid keeping a fixed image on the set’s screen for
prolonged periods of time. The fixed image may
become permanently imprinted on the screen; use
a screen saver when possible.
G Connect the PC to the RGB (PC) or HDMI IN (or
HDMI/DVI IN) port of the TV; change the resolution.
G There may be interference relating to resolution,
vertical pattern, contrast or brightness in PC mode.
Change the PC mode to another resolution or
change the refresh rate to another rate or adjust
the brightness and contrast on the menu until the
picture is clear.
If the refresh rate of the PC graphic card can not be
changed, change the PC graphic card or consult
the manufacturer of the PC graphic card.
G The synchronization input waveform for Horizontal
and Vertical frequencies are separate.
G Connect the signal cable from the monitor output
port of the PC to the RGB (PC) port of the TV or the
signal cable from the HDMI output port of the PC to
the HDMI IN (or HDMI/DVI IN) port on the TV.
G Connect the audio cable from the PC to the Audio
input on the TV. (Audio cables are not included
with the TV).
G If
using a sound card, adjust PC sound as required.
G This TV uses a VESA Plug and Play Solution. The
TV provides EDID data to the PC system with a
DDC protocol. The PC adjusts automatically when
using this TV.
G DDC protocol is preset for RGB (Analogue RGB),
HDMI (Digital RGB) mode.
G If required, adjust the settings for Plug and Play
functionality
G If the graphic card on the PC does not output analogue and digital RGB simultaneously, connect only
one of either RGB or HDMI IN (or HDMI/DVI IN)
to display the PC output on the TV.
G If graphic card on the PC does output analogue
and digital RGB simultaneously, set the TV to either
RGB or HDMI; (the other mode is set to Plug and
Play automatically by the TV.)
G DOS mode may not work depending on the video
card if you use a HDMI to DVI cable.
G If you use too long an RGB-PC cable, there may be
interference on the screen. We recommend using
under 5m of cable. This provides the best picture
quality.
G If connected HDMI(1080p, over 12bit) to HDMI
jack in side, screen may abnormal.
Screen Setup for PC mode
Screen Reset
Returns Position, Size and Phase to the factory default settings.
PICTURE
Move
SCREEN
OK
RETURN Prev.
E
Resolution
• Contrast
50
• Brightness
50
• Sharpness
50
• Colour
50
• Tint
Move
0
Auto Config.
Position
To Set
R
G
Yes
Size
No
• Advanced Control
• Picture Reset
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
This function works in the following mode : RGB[PC].
Phase
Screen
Screen
Reset
1 MENU
2
G
Select P I C T U R E.
OK
Select S C R E E N.
OK
Select R e s e t.
OK
Select Y e s.
OK
Run R e s e t.
3
4
5
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Adjustment for screen Position, Size, Phase
If the picture is not clear after auto adjustment and especially if characters are still trembling, adjust the
picture phase manually.
PICTURE
Move
SCREEN
OK
E
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
This function works in the following mode : RGB[PC].
• Contrast
50
• Brightness
50
• Sharpness
50
• Colour
50
RETURN Prev.
Move
Resolution
Auto Config.
D
• Tint
0
Position
R
G
F
G
E
G
Size
• Advanced Control
• Picture Reset
Phase
Screen
Screen
Reset
1 MENU
Select P I C T U R E.
2
OK
Select S C R E E N.
OK
Select P o s i t i o n, S i z e or P h a s e.
3
4
Make appropriate adjustments.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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Selecting Resolution
To view a normal picture, match the resolution of RGB mode and selection of PC mode.
SCREEN
PICTURE
Move
E
• Contrast
Resolution
G
50
• Brightness
50
• Sharpness
50
• Colour
Move
Auto Config.
0
1024 x 768
1280 x 768
1360 x 768
Position
50
• Tint
RETURN Prev.
OK
R
G
Size
• Advanced Control
• Picture Reset
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
This function works in the following mode: RGB[PC]
Phase
Screen
Screen
Reset
1 MENU
2
Select P I C T U R E.
OK
Select S C R E E N.
OK
Select R e s o l u t i o n.
3
4
Select the desired resolution.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Auto Configure (RGB [PC] mode only)
Automatically adjusts picture position and minimizes image instability. After adjustment, if the image is still
not correct, your TV is functioning properly but needs further adjustment.
SCREEN
PICTURE
Move
RETURN Prev.
Resolution
• Contrast
50
• Brightness
50
• Sharpness
50
• Colour
50
• Tint
Move
OK
E
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Auto configure
This function is for automatic adjustment of the screen position, clock, and phase The displayed image will
be unstable for a few seconds while the auto configuration is in progress.
0
Auto Config. G
To Set
Position
R
G
Size
Yes
No
• Advanced Control
• Picture Reset
Phase
Screen
Screen
Reset
1 MENU
Select P I C T U R E.
• If the position of the image is still not correct,
try Auto adjustment again.
2
• If picture needs to be adjusted again after Auto
OK
Select S C R E E N.
OK
Select A u t o C o n f i g ..
adjustment in RGB (PC), you can adjust the
P o s i t i o n, S i z e or P h a s e.
3
4
OK
5
OK
Select Y e s.
Run A u t o C o n f i g ..
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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Initializing
(Reset to original factory settings)
O n”, the message to enter the password appears.
When the L o c k S y s t e m menu is “O
OPTION
Subtitle
Move
OK
: On
OPTION
Subtitle
Move
OK
: On
Input Label
Input Label
SIMPLINK
: On
SIMPLINK
Key Lock
: Off
Key Lock
: Off
Set ID
:1
Set ID
:1
ISM Method
: Normal
ISM Method
Power Saving
: Level 0
Factory Reset
Power Saving
: Off
Enter Password
* * * *
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
This function operates in current mode.
To initialize the adjusted value.
Factory Reset
Close
1 MENU
2
OK
Select O P T I O N.
O n”, if you forget your password,
• In L o c k S y s t e m ”O
press ‘7’, ‘7’, ‘7’, ‘7’ on the remote control handset.
Select F a c t o r y R e s e t.
3
OK
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL KEY FUNCTIONS
When using the remote control, aim it at the remote control sensor on the TV.
RATIO Selects your desired picture format.
RATIO
See a list of AV devices connected to TV.
When you toggle this button, the Simplink menu appears
at the screen.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
POWER Switches the TV on from standby or off to standby.
INPUT External input mode rotate in regular sequence.
Switches the TV on from standby.
TV/RAD Selects Radio, TV and DTV channel.
Q. MENU Select the desired quick menu source.
MENU Selects a menu.
Clears all on-screen displays and returns to TV viewing
from any menu.
GUIDE Shows programme schedule.
THUMBSTICK Allows you to navigate the on-screen menus and adjust
(Up/Down/Left the system settings to your preference.
Right)
OK Accepts your selection or displays the current mode.
RETURN(EXIT) Allows the user to move return one step in an interactive application, EPG or other user interaction function.
INFO i Shows the present screen information.
AV MODE It helps you select and set images and sounds when
connecting AV devices.
Coloured These buttons are used for teletext (on T E L E T E X T
buttons models only) , P r o g r a m m e e d i t.
1
1
TELETEXT These buttons are used for teletext.
BUTTONS For further details, see the ‘Teletext’ section.
SUBTITLE Recalls your preferred subtitle in digital mode.
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RATIO
VOLUME UP Adjusts the volume.
/DOWN
MARK Check and un-check programmes in the USB menu.
FAV Displays the selected favourite programme.
Programme Selects a programme.
UP/DOWN
PAGE Move from one full set of screen information to the next
UP/DOWN one.
0~9 number Selects a programme.
button Selects numbered items in a menu.
LIST Displays the programme table.
Q.VIEW Returns to the previously viewed programme.
SIMPLINK / Controls SIMPLINK or USB menu.
USB Menu
control buttons
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
MUTE Switches the sound on or off.
Installing Batteries
■
Open the battery compartment cover on the back and install the
batteries matching correct polarity (+with +,-with -).
■
Install two 1.5V AAA batteries. Do not mix old or used batteries
with new ones.
■
Close cover.
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL KEY FUNCTIONS
When using the remote control, aim it at the remote control sensor on the TV.
1
MODE Selects the remote operating modes.
POWER Switches the TV on from standby or off to standby.
1
INPUT External input mode rotate in regular sequence.
Switches the TV on from standby.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
TV/RAD Selects Radio, TV and DTV channel.
Q. MENU Select the desired quick menu source.
MENU Selects a menu.
Clears all on-screen displays and returns to TV viewing
from any menu.
GUIDE Shows programme schedule.
THUMBSTICK Allows you to navigate the on-screen menus and adjust
(Up/Down/Left the system settings to your preference.
Right)
OK Accepts your selection or displays the current mode.
RETURN(EXIT) Allows the user to move return one step in an interactive application, EPG or other user interaction function.
INFO i Shows the present screen information.
AV MODE It helps you select and set images and sounds when
connecting AV devices.
Coloured These buttons are used for teletext (on T E L E T E X T
buttons models only) , P r o g r a m m e e d i t.
2
2
TELETEXT These buttons are used for teletext.
BUTTONS For further details, see the ‘Teletext’ section.
SUBTITLE Recalls your preferred subtitle in digital mode.
See a list of AV devices connected to TV.
When you toggle this button, the Simplink menu appears
at the screen.
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VOLUME UP Adjusts the volume.
/DOWN
MARK Check and un-check programmes in the USB menu.
MUTE Switches the sound on or off.
Programme Selects a programme.
UP/DOWN
PAGE Move from one full set of screen information to the next
UP/DOWN one.
0~9 number Selects a programme.
button Selects numbered items in a menu.
LIST Displays the programme table.
Q.VIEW Returns to the previously viewed programme.
SIMPLINK / Controls SIMPLINK or USB menu.
USB Menu
control buttons
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
FAV Displays the selected favourite programme.
Installing Batteries
■
Open the battery compartment cover on the back and install the
batteries matching correct polarity (+with +,-with -).
■
Install two 1.5V AAA batteries. Do not mix old or used batteries
with new ones.
■
Close cover.
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
TURNING ON THE TV
- When your TV is turned on, you will be able to use its features.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
Firstly, connect the power cord correctly.
At this stage, the TV switches to standby mode.
2
In standby mode to turn TV on, press the r / I, INPUT or
P D E button on the TV or press the POWER, INPUT, P
or NUMBER button on the remote control and the
TV will switch on.
Initializing setup
If the OSD (On Screen Display) is displayed on the screen after turning on the TV, you can adjust the
S e l e c t M o d e , T i m e Z o n e, A u t o p r o g r a m m e t u n i n g.
Note:
a. It will automatically disappear after approx. 40 seconds unless a button is pressed.
b. Press the RETURN button to change the current OSD to the previous OSD.
c. "Home” mode is the optimal setting for home environments, and is the TV's default mode.
d. "In Store" mode is the optimal setting for store environments. If a user modifies image quality data,
“In Store” mode initializes the product to the image quality set by us after a certain period of time.
e. The mode (Home, In Store) can be changed by executing Factory Reset in the OPTION menu.
PROGRAMME SELECTION
1
Press the P
number.
or NUMBER buttons to select a programme
VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
1
Press the
+ or - button to adjust the volume.
If you wish to switch the sound off, press the MUTE button.
You can cancel this function by pressing the MUTE,
+ or - button.
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QUICK MENU
Your TV's OSD (On Screen Display) may differ slightly from that shown in this manual.
Q.Menu (Quick Menu) is a menu of features which users might use frequently.
• S o u n d M o d e : It is a feature to automatically set the
For Zoom Setting, select 14:9, Zoom1 and Zoom2 in
Ratio Menu. After completing Zoom Setting, the display goes back to Q.Menu.
• P o w e r S a v i n g: Adjusts screen brightness to reduce
the power consumption of the TV.
C
• l e a r V o i c e : By differentiating the human sound
range from others, it helps users listen to human
voices better.
• P i c t u r e M o d e : Selects your desired Picture Mode.
sound combination which it deems the best for the
images being watched. Selects your desired Sound
Mode.
• A u d i o : Selects the sound output.
• S l e e p T i m e r : Sets the sleep timer.
• U S B E j e c t : Select “USB Eject” in order to eject USB
device.(except 42/50PG2***)
Only 42/50PG2***
Q.Menu
Q.Menu
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Zoom Setting
Power Saving
F
Clear Voice
0
Zoom Setting
Power Saving
G
on
F
Clear Voice
0
Picture Mode
Standard
Picture Mode
Standard
Sound Mode
Standard
Sound Mode
Standard
Audio
MONO
Sleep Timer
Audio
Off
USB Eject
MONO
Sleep Timer
Eject
G
on
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
• A s p e c t R a t i o: Selects your desired picture format.
Off
Close
Close
1Q. MENU
Display each menu.
2
OK
3
or
Select your desired Source.
• Press the Q . M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
OK
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
ON-SCREEN MENUS SELECTION AND ADJUSTMENT
Your TV's OSD (On Screen Display) may differ slightly from that shown in this manual.
SETUP
Move
PICTURE
OK
Move
Auto Tuning
Aspect Ratio : 16:9
Manual Tuning
Picture Mode : Standard
Programme Edit
AUDIO
OK
Move
Auto Volume
: Off
Clear Voice
: On
• Contrast
90
Balance
50
Sound Mode
0
OK
L
R
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Booster
: On
• Brightness
Software Update
: On
• Sharpness
60
• SRS TruSurround XT : On
• Colour
60
• 80Hz
0
-
+
• 220Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
Diagnostics
• Tint
0
R
G
• Advanced Control
: Standard
E
OPTION
Subtitle
Move
E
TIME
OK
: On
Input Label
SIMPLINK
Move
SETUP
: On
PICTURE
AUDIO
TIME
Off Time
: Off
On Time
: Off
Key Lock
: Off
Sleep Timer
: Off
Set ID
:1
Auto Sleep
: Off
ISM Method
: Normal
Time Zone
: NSW/ACT
Power Saving
: Level 0
OPTION
Factory Reset
LOCK
Move
Lock System
OK
: Off
LOCK
INPUT
INPUT
Move
USB
OK
USB
Antenna
PHOTO LIST
Set Password
AV1
MUSIC LIST
Block Programme
AV2
Parental Guidance
OK
Clock
: Off
Move
OK
Component1
Component2
RGB
HDMI1
HDMI2
E
1 MENU
Except 42/50PG2***
Display each menu.
2
Select a menu item.
OK
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
3
OK
Move to the pop up menu.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
! NOTE
G
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It is not possible to use I N P U T and U S B menu in 4 2 / 5 0 P G 2* * * models.
AUTO PROGRAMME TUNING
Use this to automatically find and store all available programmes.
When you start auto programming, all previously stored service information will be deleted.
Move
OK
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Manual Tuning
Move
OK
Booster
: On
Booster
All service-information will be
updated. Continue?
: On
Software Update
: On
Software Update
: On
Programme Edit
Programme Edit
Diagnostics
1 MENU
SETUP
Auto Tuning
Diagnostics
Select S E T U P.
2
OK
Select A u t o T u n i n g.
OK
Select Y e s.
OK
Run A u t o t u n i n g.
Yes
No
• Use NUMBER buttons to input a 4-digit pass-
O n’.
word in L o c k S y s t e m ‘O
• If you wish to keep on auto tuning select Y E S
using the
button. Then, press the OK button. Otherwise select N O.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
SETUP
3
4
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
MANUAL PROGRAMME TUNING (IN DIGITAL MODE)
Manual Tuning lets you manually add a programme to your programme list.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
SETUP
Move
SETUP
OK
Auto Tuning
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
Programme Edit
Booster
: On
Booster
Software Update
: On
Software Update
Diagnostics
Move
F
OK
DTV
G
Your receiver will add this
channel to your channel list.
: On
: VHF
On CH.
8
Diagnostics
Bad
Normal
Good
Update
Close
1 MENU
Select S E T U P.
• Use NUMBER buttons to input a 4-digit pass-
O n’.
word in L o c k S y s t e m ‘O
2
OK
Select M a n u a l T u n i n g.
OK
Select D T V.
3
4
Select the desired channel number.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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MANUAL PROGRAMME TUNING (IN ANALOGUE MODE)
Manual Tuning lets you manually tune and arrange the stations in whatever order you desire.
Move
OK
SETUP
Auto Tuning
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
Programme Edit
Move
OK
TV
F
Booster
: On
Booster
: OnBand
Software Update
: On
Software Update
: OnChannel
Diagnostics
G
Storage
Diagnostics
3
V/UHF
0
Fine
F G
Search
F G
Name
C 02
Store
Close
1 MENU
Select S E T U P.
5
Select V / U H F or C a b l e.
6
2
OK
or
Select M a n u a l T u n i n g.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
SETUP
Select the desired
channel number.
0
7
3
OK
Commence searching.
Select T V.
8
4
or
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Select the desired programme number on.
OK
Select S t o r e
0
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
O n’.
• Use NUMBER buttons to input a 4-digit password in L o c k S y s t e m ‘O
• To store another channel, repeat steps 4 to 9.
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
SETUP
Move
SETUP
OK
Move
F
OK
TV
G
Auto Tuning
Auto Tuning
Storage
Manual
Manual Tuning
Tuning
Manual
Manual Tuning
Tuning
Band
V/UHF
Channel
: On
Fine
: On
Search
F G
Name
C 02
Programme Edit
Programme Edit
Booster
: On
Booster
Software Update
: On
Software Update
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
3
0
F G
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Store
Close
A
Assigning a station name
You can assign a station name with five characters to each programme number.
1 MENU
5
Select S E T U P.
2
OK
Select M a n u a l T u n i n g.
OK
6
3
OK
Select C l o s e .
Select T V.
OK
7
OK
4
OK
A
Select the position and make
your choice of the second character, and so on.
You can use an the alphabet A
to Z , the number 0 to 9 , +/ -,
and blank.
Select S t o r e .
Select N a m e.
Fine Tuning
Normally fine tuning is only necessary if reception is poor.
1 MENU
Select S E T U P.
4
OK
Select M a n u a l T u n i n g.
5
OK
Select T V.
6
2
3
Select F i n e.
Fine tune for the best picture and
sound.
OK
Select S t o r e
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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PROGRAMME EDIT
When a programme number is skipped, it means that you will be unable to select it using P
viewing.
button during TV
If you wish to select the skipped programme, directly enter the programme number with the NUMBER buttons or
select it in the Programme edit menu.
This function enables you to skip the stored programmes.
Move
TEN Digital
OK
TV
DTV
1 TEN Digital
7 7 Digital
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
Booster
: On
Software Update
: On
Favourite List
Diagnostics
Radio
2 ABC TV Sydney
9 Nine Digital
10 TEN Digital
11 TEN Guide
12 TEN HD
20 ABC HDTV
21 ABC2
22 ABC TV
70 7 HD Digital
71 7 Digital 1
72 7 Digital 2
73 7 Digital 3
77 7 Guide
90 Nine Digital HD
E
FAV Favourite
Pr. Change
Navigation
P
Page Change
RETURN Previous
Skip
1 MENU
Select S E T U P.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
SETUP
• Use NUMBER buttons to input a 4-digit pass-
O n’.
word in L o c k S y s t e m ‘O
2
OK
Select P r o g r a m m e E d i t.
3
OK
4
Enter the P r o g r a m m e E d i t.
Select a programme to be
stored or skipped.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
(IN DTV/RADIO MODE)
A
Skipping a programme number
Select a programme number to be skipped.
2
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
44
BLUE
Turn the skipped programme number to blue.
3
BLUE
Release the skipped programme.
• When programmes are to be skipped, skipped
programme shows in blue and these programmes will not be selected by the P
buttons during TV viewing.
• If you wish to select a skipped programme, directly
enter the programme number with the NUMBER buttons or select it in the programme edit or EPG.
1
A
Selecting favourite programme
1
MARK
FAV
Select your favourite programme number.
• This will automatically include the selected pro-
gramme into your favourite programme list.
(IN TV MODE)
This function enables you to delete or skip the stored programmes.
You can also move some channels and use other programme numbers.
A
Deleting a programme
Select a programme number to be Deleted.
• The selected programme is deleted, all the fol-
lowing programmes are shifted up one
2
RED
Turn the deleted programme number to red.
3
RED
A
Release the deleted programme.
Moving a programme
1
Select a programme number to be moved.
2
Turn the moved programme number to YELLOW.
YELLOW
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
3
YELLOW
A
Release the moved programme.
Skipping a programme number
1
Select a programme number to be skipped.
2
BLUE
Turn the skipped programme number to blue.
3
BLUE
A
• When a programme number is skipped it means
that you will be unable to select it using the PR
button during normal TV viewing.
• If you wish to select a skipped programme, directly
enter the programme number with the NUMBER buttons or select it in the programme edit or EPG.
Release the skipped programme.
Selecting a Favourite Programme
1
MARK
FAV
Select your favourite programme number.
• The selected programme will be added to the
favourite programme list.
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
BOOSTER
If reception is poor select Booster to On.
When the signal is strong, select “Off”.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
SETUP
Move
OK
SETUP
Auto Tuning
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
OK
Programme Edit
Booster
:: On
On
Booster
Software Update
: On
Software Update
Diagnostics
1 MENU
Move
Off
:: On
On
On
On
: On
Diagnostics
Select S E T U P.
2
Select B o o s t e r.
OK
3
Select O n or O f f.
OK
4
OK
Save.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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SOFTWARE UPDATE
Software Update means software can be downloaded through the digital terrestrial broadcasting system.
SETUP
Move
SETUP
OK
Auto Tuning
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
: On
Booster
Software Update
On
:: On
Software Update
OK
Diagnostics
Select O n or O f f.
• If you select O n, a user confirm message box will be displayed to notify that new software is found.
3
Select S E T U P.
OK
Select S o f t w a r e U p d a t e.
4
OK
: On
Off
On
:: On
On
On
Save.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
2
OK
Programme Edit
Booster
Diagnostics
1 MENU
Move
* When setting “Software Update”
Occasionally, a transmission of
updated digital software information will result in the following
menu on the TV screen.
When the Software Update
O f f”, the message to
menu is “O
O n” appears.
change it to “O
Select the Y E S using the
button and you will see the following picture.
After the Software Update is
complete, the System restarts.
When the power is turned off,
downloading starts.
When the power is turned on while
updating, the progress status is displayed.
- During Progress of a Software Update, please note the following:
• Power to the TV must not be interrupted.
• The TV must not be switched off.
• The antenna must not be disconnected.
• After Software Update, you can confirm the updated software version in Diagnostics menu.
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
DIAGNOSTICS
This function enables you to view information on the Manufacturer, Model/Type and Software Version.
This displays the information and signal strength of the tuned MUX.
This displays the signal information and service name of the selected MUX.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Engineering Diagnostics
SETUP
Move
Manufacturer : LG Electronics Inc.
Model/Type : 42PG60UD
Software Version : V1.10.00
OK
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
D
Booster
: On
Ch 8
Ch 9A
Software Update
: On
Ch 43
Programme Edit
Diagnostics
E
RETURN
1 MENU
MENU
Exit
Select D i a g n o s t i c s.
OK
OK
Popup
Select S E T U P.
2
3
Prev.
Display Manufacturer, Model/Type and Software Version.
4
OK
Display the information of Channel.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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SELECTING THE PROGRAMME TABLE
You can check which programmes are stored in the memory by displaying the programme table.
Mini Glossary
Programme List
1 TEN Digital
9 Nine Digital
10 TEN Digital
RETURN
A
Exit
Displaying programme LIST
1
Display the PROGRAMME LIST.
LIST
A
2
Select a programme.
OK
TV/RAD
From the programme you are currently watching, the mode will change
from TV to DTV to Radio.
Switch to the chosen programme number.
Paging through a programme list
1
P
A
have been set up to be skipped by auto programming or in the programme edit mode.
• Some programmes with the channel number
shown in the programme LIST indicate there is
no station name assigned.
Selecting a programme in the programme list
1
A
• You may find some blue programmes. These
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Displayed when the
Locked Programme.
P
A
G
E
Turn the pages.
2
LIST
Return to normal TV viewing.
Displaying the favourite programme table
1 MARK
Display the Favourite Programme table.
FAV
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
INPUT LIST
HDMI and AV1, 2 can be recognized by a detect pin and thus enabled only when an external device approves voltage.
By using T V / R A D button, you can move from External Input to RF Input and to the last watched programme in
DTV/RADIO/TV mode.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Antenna
AV1
AV2
Component1
Component2
HDMI4
HDMI3
HDMI2
HDMI1
RGB
(except 42/50PG2***)
1
Select the input source.
OK
INPUT
• You can also adjust INPUT menu.
INPUT
Move
Antenna
AV1
AV2
Component1
Component2
RGB
HDMI1
HDMI2
E
except 42/50PG2***
50
OK
• A n t e n n a : Select it when watching the DTV/TV.
• A V : Select it when watching the VCR or external
equipment.
• C o m p o n e n t : Select it when using the DVD or the
Digital set-top box depends on connector.
• R G B :Select it when using PC depends on connector.
• H D M I : Select it when using DVD, PC or Digital settop box depend on connector.
This function operates only with devices with the SIMPLINK logo.
Please check the SIMPLINK logo.
The product might not function properly when using it with other products with HDMI-CEC function.
O f f”.
If you do not want SIMPLINK menu, select “O
SIMPLINK function is not supported by HDMI IN 3(only 42/50PG2***) and HDMI IN 4(only
50/60PG3***, 42/50PG6***, 50/60PG7***) input.
OPTION
Subtitle
Move
OK
: On
Input Label
SIMPLINK
SIMPLINK
OPTION
Subtitle
Input Label
Move
Off
:: On
On
On
On
: Off
On
:: On
SIMPLINK
SIMPLINK
Key Lock
: Off
Key Lock
Set ID
:1
Set ID
ISM Method
: Normal
ISM Method
: Normal
Power Saving
: Level 0
Power Saving
: Level 0
Factory Reset
OK
: On
:1
Factory Reset
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
This allows you to control and play other AV devices connected to the display through HDMI cable
without additional cables and settings.
1 MENU
Select O P T I O N.
2
OK
Select S I M P L I N K.
3
OK
Select O n or O f f.
4
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
OK
Save.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
SIMPLINK Functions
Disc playback
Control connected AV devices by pressing the
vide such functions.)
, OK, G, A, l l, FF and GG buttons.(The Ô button does not pro-
Direct Play
After connecting AV devices to the TV, you can directly control the devices and play media without additional settings.
Select AV device
Enables you to select one of the AV devices connected to the TV and operate it.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Power off all devices
When you switch off the TV, all connected devices are turned off.
Switch audio-out
Offers an easy way to switch audio-out.
Sync Power on
When you play the connected AV device, TV will automatically turn on.
* A device, which is connected to the TV through a HDMI cable but does not support SIMPLINK, does not provide this function.
SIMPLINK Menu
Press the
button and then OK button to select the desired SIMPLINK source.
1
T V v i e w i n g : Switch to the previous TV programme
regardless of the current mode.
2
D I S C p l a y b a c k : Select and play connected discs.
When multiple discs are available, the titles of discs are
conveniently displayed at the bottom of the screen.
3
V C R p l a y b a c k : Play and control the connected
VCR.
4
H D D R e c o r d i n g s p l a y b a c k : Play and control
recordings stored in HDD.
5
Audio Out to Home theatre/Audio Out to TV:
Select Home theatre or TV speaker for Audio Out.
1
2
Selected Device
3
When no device is connected (displayed in gray)
4
When a device is connected
(displayed in bright colour)
5
F G
• H o m e t h e a t r e: Only one supported at a time
• D V D , R e c o r d e r: Up to three supported at a time
• V C R: Only one supported at a time
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Change Device
OK
! NOTE
Connect the HDMI/DVI IN or HDMI IN terminal of the TV to the rear terminal (HDMI terminal) of the SIMPLINK
device with the HDMI cable.
G After connecting the HDMI terminal for the home theatre with the SIMPLINK function using the above method,
connect the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT terminal on the back of the TV to the DIGITAL AUDIO IN terminal on the back
of the SIMPLINK device with the OPTICAL cable.
When
operating an external device with SIMPLINK, press the TV button from the MODE buttons on the remote
G
control.
When
you switch the Input source using the INPUT button on the remote control, you can stop the operation of a
G
device controlled by SIMPLINK
When
you select or operate a media device with home theatre function, the speaker automatically switches to
G
home theatre speaker (HT speaker).
G
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
INPUT LABEL
Selects a label for each input source.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
AV1
OPTION
Move
Subtitle
OK
: On
Input Label
SIMPLINK
OPTION
Subtitle
Move
: On
Input Label
Component2
SIMPLINK
Key Lock
: Off
Key Lock
: Off
Set ID
:1
Set ID
:1
ISM Method
: Normal
ISM Method
: NormalHDMI2
Power Saving
: Level 0
Power Saving
: Level 0 HDMI3
Factory Reset
G
Component1
: On
Factory Reset
: On
F
OK
AV2
RGB
HDMI1
HDMI4
Close
(except 42/50PG2***)
1 MENU
Select OPTION.
2
OK
Select Input Label.
3
OK
Select the source.
4
Select the label.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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AV MODE
You can select the optimal images and sounds when connecting AV devices to external input.
Cinema
Game
Sport
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1AV MODE
Off
Press the AV MODE button repeatedly to select the desired source.
2
OK
• If you select C i n e m a M o d e in A V m o d e, C i n e m a mode will be
selected both for P i c t u r e M o d e and S o u n d M o d e in P I C T U R E
menu and A U D I O menu respectively.
O f f” in A V m o d e, the picture and image which you ini• If you select “O
tially set will be selected.
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TO USE THE USB DEVICE
This function is not available for all models.
When connecting the USB device
When you connect a USB device, this screen is displayed, automatically.
In USB device, you can not add a new folder or delete the existing folder.
1 Connect the USB device to the U S B
IN
jacks on the side of TV.
• It doesn’t support USB HDD
• This TV Supports on JPEG and MP3.
When removing the USB device
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
USB memory stick
Select the USB Eject menu before removing the
USB device.
1Q. MENU
2
Select P H O T O L I S T or M U S I C L I S T
Select USB Eject.
2
OK
PHOTO LIST
MUSIC LIST
3
OK
Precautions when using the USB device
Only a USB storage device is recognizable.
G If the USB storage device is connected through a USB hub, the device is not recognizable.
G A USB storage device using an automatic recognition programme may not be recognized.
G A USB storage device which uses its own driver may not be recognized.
G The recognition speed of a USB storage device may depend on each device.
G Please do not turn off the TV or unplug the USB device when the connected USB storage device is working.
When such device is suddenly separated or unplugged, the stored files or the USB storage device may be damaged.
G Please do not connect the USB storage device which was artificially maneuvered on the PC. The device may
cause the product to malfunction or fail to be played. Never forget to use only a USB storage device which has
normal music files or image files.
G Please use only a USB storage device which was formatted as a FAT32 file system provided with the Windows
operating system. In case of a storage device formatted as a different utility programme which is not supported
by Windows, it may not be recognized.
G Please connect power to a USB storage device which requires an external power supply. If not, the device may
not be recognized.
G Please connect a USB storage device with cable is offered by USB maker. If connected with cable is not offered
by USB maker or an excessively long cable, the device may not be recognized.
G Some USB storage devices may not be supported or operated smoothly.
G File alignment method of USB storage device is similar to Window XP and filename can recognize up to 100
English characters.
G Please up the important file because a data of USB device may be damaged. Data management is consumer's
responsibility and in consequence the manufactures does not cover the product bearing data damage.
G
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PHOTO LIST
The On Screen Display may be different from your TV. Images are an example to assist with the TV operation.
PHOTO(*.JPEG) supporting file
Baseline: 7680 x 4320
• You can play JPEG files only.
• Only baseline scan is supported among JPEG(SOF0, SOF1 only).
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
Screen Components
2
1 MENU
OK
Select U S B.
Select PHOTO LIST.
OK
2
1
Moves to upper level file
2
Current page/Total pages
3
4
Usable USB memory
5
Corresponding buttons on the
remote control
Page 2/3
Drive1
JMJ001
1366x768, 125KB
1
Up Folder
Navigation
4
USB Device
PHOTO LIST
Total number of marked photos
3
Option
No Marked
Free Space 150MB
Up Folder
KY103
KY101
KY104
KY102
KY105
JMJ001
JMJ005
JMJ002
JMJ006
JMJ003
JMJ007
JMJ004
JMJ008
Page Change
MARK
Mark
RETURN
Exit
5
• Non-supported files are displayed in the
form of bitmap.
PHOTO LIST
USB Device
Page 2/3
Drive1
JMJ001
0 x 0, 0KB
Up Folder
Navigation
Option
No Marked
Free Space 150MB
Up Folder
KR103
KR101
KR104
KR102
KR105
JMJ001
JMJ005
JMJ002
JMJ006
JMJ003
JMJ007
JMJ004
Page Change
JMJ008
MARK
Mark
RETURN
Exit
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TO USE THE USB DEVICE
Photo Selection and PopUp Menu
PHOTO LIST
USB Device
Page 2/3
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
Drive1
JMJ001
1366x768, 125KB
Option
PHOTO LIST
Up Folder
KR103
KR101
KR104
KR102
KR105
JMJ001
JMJ005
JMJ002
JMJ006
JMJ003
JMJ007
JMJ008
Page Change
Drive1
No Marked
Exit
RETURN
Free Space 150MB
Up Folder
KR103
KR101
KR102
JMJ001
JMJ002
1366x768, 125KB
Up Folder
Navigation
Mark
MARK
USB Device
Page 2/3
JMJ001
1
Free Space 150MB
JMJ004
Up Folder
Navigation
No Marked
Option
JMJ003
KR104
G
1366x768, 125KB
KR105
View
JMJ005
Mark All
JMJ007
Close
JMJ004
Page Change
JMJ008
MARK
Mark
Mark All : Mark all photos on the screen.
G Unmark All : Deselect all marked photos.
G D e l e t e : Delete the selected photo item.
G C l o s e : Close the pop-up menu.
G
JMJ006
Delete
View : Display the selected item.
RETURN
Exit
Select the target folder or drive.
• Use the P
2
3
4
Select the desired photos.
OK
OK
Show the PopUp menu.
OK
button to navigation in the
photo page.
• Use the M A R K button to mark or unmark a
photo. When one or more photos are marked,
you can view individual photos or a slide show
of the marked photos. If no photos are marked,
you can view all photos individually or all photos in the folder in a slide show.
Select the desired PopUp menu.
• Press the R E T U R N button to return to normal TV viewing.
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Set up the menu in Full-Sized Screen
You can change the settings to display photos stored on a USB device, on a full-sized screen.
Detailed operations are available on full-sized photo view screen.
PHOTO LIST
USB Device
Page 2/3
1366x768, 125KB
Option
PHOTO LIST
Up Folder
KR103
KR101
KR104
KR102
KR105
JMJ001
JMJ005
JMJ002
JMJ006
JMJ003
JMJ007
JMJ004
Up Folder
Navigation
JMJ008
Page Change
MARK
Mark
RETURN
Exit
USB Device
Page 2/3
Drive1
No Marked
Free Space 150MB
Up Folder
JMJ001
KR103
KR101
KR102
JMJ001
JMJ002
1366x768, 125KB
JMJ003
KR104
1366x768, 125KB
KR105
View
JMJ005
Mark All
JMJ006
Delete
JMJ007
Close
JMJ004
Up Folder
Navigation
Free Space 150MB
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
Drive1
JMJ001
No Marked
Option
Page Change
1/17
JMJ008
MARK
Mark
RETURN
Exit
Slideshow
BGM
Delete
Option
Close
The aspect ratio of a photo may change the size of the photo displayed on the screen in full size.
Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
1
Select the target folder or drive.
• Use the P
button to navigation in the
photo page.
2
3
OK
OK
4
5
Select the desired photos.
Show the PopUp menu.
Select View.
OK
The selected photo is displayed in
full size.
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TO USE THE USB DEVICE
6
OK
Select the Slideshow , B G M,
D e l e t e , Option or Close
(Rotate),
• Use
1/17
Slideshow
BGM
Delete
Option
Close
button to select the previous
or next photo.
• Use
button to select and control
the menu on the full-sized screen.
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
G
S l i d e s h o w : When no picture is selected, all photos in the current
folder are displayed during slide show. When selected, the selected
photos are displayed during slide show.
■ Set the time interval of the slide show in O p t i o n.
G
B G M : Listen to music while viewing photos in full size.
■ Set the BGM device and album in O p t i o n .
G
■
( R o t a t e ) : Rotate photos.
Rotates the photo 90° clockwise.
G
D e l e t e : Delete photos.
G
O p t i o n : Set values for S l i d e S p e e d and M u s i c F o l d e r.
■ Use
button and O K button to set values. Then go to
OK
and press O K to save the settings.
■ You cannot change M u s i c F o l d e r while BGM is playing.
Press F G to set the time interval between
slides.
Slide Speed
Fast
Music Folder
Music
OK
G
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C l o s e : Hide the menu on the full-sized screen.
■ To see the menu again on the full-sized screen, press O K button
to display.
Close
MUSIC LIST
Purchased music files(*.MP3) may contain copyright restrictions. Playback of these files may not be supported by this model.
Music file on your USB device can be played by this unit.
The On Screen Display may be different from your TV. Images are an example to assist with the TV operation.
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
MUSIC(*.MP3) supporting file
Bit rate 32 ~ 320
• Sampling rate MPEG1 layer 3 : 32khz, 44.1khz, 48khz.
Screen Components
1 MENU
2
Select U S B.
OK
OK
2
1
Moves to upper level file
2
Current page/Total pages
3
Total number of marked music
titles
4
Usable USB memory
5
Corresponding buttons on
the remote control
Select MUSIC LIST.
3
4
USB Device
MUSIC LIST
Page 2/3
No Marked
192kbps
Free Space 150MB
Title
Duration
Up Folder
00:00 / 03:47
1
Up Folder
Navigation
Option
Page Change
MARK
Mark
RETURN
Exit
5
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TO USE THE USB DEVICE
Music Selection and PopUp Menu
As shown , up to 6 music titles are listed per page.
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
MUSIC LIST
USB Device
Page 2/3
No Marked
192kbps
Free Space 150MB
Duration
Title
Up Folder
00:00 / 03:47
Up Folder
Navigation
Option
MUSIC LIST
Page Change
MARK
Mark
Exit
RETURN
USB Device
Page 2/3
No Marked
Free Space 150MB
Duration
Title
192kbps
Up Folder
4395KB
1Kbps
Play
Play with Photo
Mark All
00:00 / 03:47
Delete
Close
Up Folder
Navigation
1
2
3
4
Option
Page Change
MARK
Mark
RETURN
Exit
Select the target folder or drive.
Select the desired music title.
OK
OK
Show the PopUp menu.
OK
P l a y (During stop) : Play the selected music
titles.
Once a music finishes playing, the next selected one will be played. When there are no
selected music titles to play, the next one in
the current folder will be played. If you go to a
different folder and press the O K button, the
current music in playback will stop.
G P l a y M a r k e d : Play the selected music titles.
Once a music finishes playing, the next selected one will be played automatically.
G S t o p P l a y (During playback) : Stop the playing of music titles.
G P l a y w i t h P h o t o : Start playing the selected
music title and then move to the Photo List.
G M a r k A l l : Mark all music title in the folder.
G U n m a r k A l l : Deselect all marked music titles.
G D e l e t e : Delete the selected music titles.
G C l o s e : Close the pop-up menu.
G
• Use the P
button to navigation in the
music page.
• Use M A R K button to mark or unmark a music.
When one or more music files are marked, the
marked music title will be played in sequence.
For example, if you want to listen to only one
music repeatedly, just mark the music only and
play it. If no music is marked, all the music in
the folder will be played in sequence.
Select the desired PopUp menu.
• Press the R E T U R N button to return to normal TV viewing.
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■
If you don't press any button for a while during the playing, the play information box (as shown in the below) will
float as a screen saver.
■
The ‘Screen Saver’?
Screen saver is to prevent screen pixel damage due to an
fixed image remaining on the screen for a extended period
of time.
When music is playing,
is displayed in back of the music title.
G A damaged or corrupted music does not play but displays 00:00 in playtime.
G A music downloaded from a paid service with copyright protection does not start but displays inappropriate information in playtime.
G If you press O K, A buttons, screen saver is stopped.
G The P L A Y ( G) , P a u s e ( I I ) , A, GG, FF buttons on the remote control are also available in this mode.
G You can use the GG button to select the next music and the FF button to select the previous music.
G
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
! NOTE
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EPG (ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)(IN DIGITAL MODE)
This system has an Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) to help your navigation through all the possible viewing
options.
The EPG supplies information such as programme listings, start and end times for all available services. In addition, detailed information about the programme is often available in the EPG (the availability and amount of
these programme details will vary, depending on the particular broadcaster).
This function can be used only when the EPG information is broadcast by broadcasting companies
The EPG displays the programme details for next 7 days.
1/ Mar. 2006 15:09
1 TEN Digital
1GUIDE
ALL
Switch on or off EPG.
1 TEN Digital
1/Mar.
14:00
11 TEN Guide
12 TEN HD
Ready Steady Cook
No Informa...
No Information
No Information
9 Nine Digital
10 TEN Digital
15:00
E
The Oprah W...
7 7 Digital
The Oprah W...
The Oprah W...
The Oprah W...
Ready Steady Cook
Ready Steady Cook
Ready Steady Cook
G
G
G
No Informa...
No Informa...
No Informa...
G
G
G
E
TV/RAD Radio
Mode
Select a programme
1
or
2
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Programme Guide
E
EPG (ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)
Switch on/off EPG
OK
P
Select desired programme.
Display the selected programme.
FAV Favourite
Date
INFO
Information
Remind Programme
Pr. Change
Remind List
Button Function in NOW/NEXT Guide Mode
RED
Change EPG mode.
YELLO
YELLOW
Enter Timer Remind setting mode.
BLUE
Enter Timer Remind list mode.
Select the Broadcast Programme.
GUIDE
OK
Change to the selected programme.
Page Up/Down.
P
or
Switch off EPG.
Select TV or RADIO Programme.
TV/RAD
Button Function in 7 Day Guide Mode
RED
GREEN
Change EPG mode.
Enter Date setting mode.
YELLO
YELLOW
Enter Timer Remind setting mode.
BLUE
Enter Timer Remind list mode.
OK
Select the Broadcast Programme.
Page Up/Down.
P
GUIDE
or
Switch off EPG.
Select TV or RADIO Programme.
TV/RAD
Change to the selected programme.
EPG (ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)
Detail information on or off
Select NOW or NEXT Programme.
Detail information on or off
Select NOW or NEXT Programme.
Button Function in Date Change Mode
GREEN
Switch off Date setting mode.
OK
Change to the selected date.
Switch off Date setting mode.
GUIDE
or
Switch off EPG.
Select a date.
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EPG (ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)(IN DIGITAL MODE)
Button Function in Extended Description Box
The detail information on or off.
Text Up/Down.
Enter Timer Remind setting mode.
YELLO
YELLOW
GUIDE
or
Switch off EPG.
EPG (ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)
Button Function in Remind Setting Mode
YELLO
YELLOW
OK
Select Service, Date or Start time.
Change to Guide or Timer list mode.
Function setting.
Save Timer Remind.
Button Function in Remind List Mode
YELLO
YELLOW
GREEN
RED
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Add new Manual Timer setting mode.
Enter R e m i n d L i s t editing mode.
Delete the selected item.
BLUE
Change to Guide mode.
Select R e m i n d L i s t.
PICTURE CONTROL
PICTURE SIZE (ASPECT RATIO) CONTROL
You can watch the screen in various picture formats; 16:9, Just Scan,
Original, 4:3, 14:9 and Zoom1/2.
If a fixed image is displayed on the screen for a long time, that fixed image
may become imprinted on the screen and remain visible.
You can adjust the enlarge proportion using
button.
This function works in the following signal.
Select A s p e c t R a t i o.
• You can also adjust Aspect Ratio in the P I C-
T U R E menu.
• For Zoom Setting, select 14:9, Zoom1 and
2
OK
Select the desired picture format.
• 16:9
The following selection will allow you to
adjust the picture horizontally, in linear
proportion, to fill the entire screen(useful for
viewing 4:3 formatted DVDs)
Zoom2 in Ratio Menu. After completing Zoom
Setting, the display goes back to Q.Menu.
PICTURE CONTROL
1Q. MENU
• Original
When your TV receives a wide screen signal it
will automatically change to the picture
format broadcast.
Original
• Just Scan
Following Selection will lead to you view the
picture of best quality without loss of original
picture in high resolution image.
Note : If there are noise in original Picture,
You can see the noise at the edge.
• 4:3
The following selection will allow you to view
a picture with an original 4:3 aspect ration,
gray bars will appear on both the left and
right of the screen.
Just Scan
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PICTURE CONTROL
• 14:9
You can view a picture format of 14:9 or a
general TV programme in the 14:9 mode. The
14:9 screen is viewed in the same way as in
4:3, but is magnified to the left and right.
• Zoom2
Choose Zoom 2 when you wish the picture to
be altered, both horizontally extended and
vertically cropped. The picture adopting a
compromise between alteration and screen
coverage.
PICTURE CONTROL
• Zoom1
The following selection will allow you to view
the picture without any alteration, while filling
the entire screen. However, the top and
bottom of the picture will be cropped.
! NOTE
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You can only select 4 : 3, 1 6 : 9 (Wide), 1 4 : 9, Z o o m 1 / 2 in Component, HDMI mode.
You can only select 4 : 3, 1 6 : 9 (Wide) in RGB mode only.
In HDMI/Component (over 720p) mode, J u s t S c a n is available.
J u s t S c a n function only operates in DTV HD level(576p or above).
PRESET PICTURE SETTINGS
Picture Mode-Preset
PICTURE
Move
PICTURE
OK
Aspect Ratio : 16:9
Move
OK
Aspect Ratio : 16:9
Picture
Picture Mode
Mode :: Standard
Standard
Picture
Picture Mode
Mode :: Standard
Standard
• Contrast
90
• Contrast
90
• Brightness
50
• Brightness
50
• Sharpness
60
• Sharpness
60
• Colour
60
• Colour
60
• Tint
0
R
• Tint
G
• Advanced Control
E
E
Standard
Standard
Cinema
R
Sport
G
Game
Expert1
Expert2
1 MENU
Select P I C T U R E.
PICTURE CONTROL
• Advanced Control
0
Vivid
• P i c t u r e M o d e adjusts the TV for the best pic-
2
OK
3
OK
Select P i c t u r e M o d e.
Select V i v i d, S t a n d a r d, C i n e m a,
S p o r t or G a m e .
ture appearance. Select the preset value in the
P i c t u r e M o d e menu based on the programme
category.
• You can also adjust P i c t u r e M o d e in the Q .
M e n u.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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PICTURE CONTROL
Auto Colour Tone Control (Cool/Medium/Warm)
Choose one of three automatic colour adjustments. Set to warm to enhance hotter colours such as red, or set to
cool to see less intense colours with more blue.
PICTURE
Move
PICTURE
OK
Move
OK
E
Colour Temperature
F
Medium
E
PICTURE CONTROL
• Contrast
90
• Brightness
50
• Brightness
50
Fresh Contrast
• Sharpness
60
• Sharpness
60
Fresh Colour
• Colour
60
• Colour
60
Noise Reduction
Medium
Gamma
Medium
• Tint
0
• Contrast
R
G
• Tint
90
0
• Advanced Control
• Advanced Control
• Picture Reset
• Picture Reset
Screen
Screen
G
High
High
Black Level
Auto
Film Mode
Off
Close
1 MENU
Select P I C T U R E.
2
OK
Select A d v a n c e d C o n t r o l.
3
OK
4
Select C o l o u r T e m p e r a t u r e.
Select either C o o l, M e d i u m or W a r m.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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MANUAL PICTURE ADJUSTMENT
Picture Mode-User option
• Contrast
Adjusts the difference between light and dark levels in the picture.
• Brightness
Increases or decreases the amount of white in the picture.
• Sharpness
Adjusts the level of crispness in the edges between the light and dark areas of the picture.
The lower the level, the softer the image.
• Colour
Adjusts intensity of all colours.
• Tint
Adjusts the balance between red and green levels.
Move
PICTURE
OK
Move
OK
Aspect Ratio : 16:9
Picture
Picture Mode
Mode :: Standard
Standard
Picture
Picture Mode
Mode :: Standard
Standard
90 Vivid
Standard
50 Standard
• Contrast
90
• Contrast
• Brightness
50
• Brightness
• Sharpness
60
• Sharpness
60 Cinema
• Colour
60
• Colour
60 Sport
0 Game
• Tint
0
R
G
• Tint
PICTURE CONTROL
PICTURE
Aspect Ratio : 16:9
Expert1
• Advanced Control
E
Expert2
• Advanced Control
E
1 MENU
Select P I C T U R E.
2
Select P i c t u r e M o d e.
OK
3
OK
Select V i v i d, S t a n d a r d, C i n e m a, S p o r t or G a m e .
OK
Select C o n t r a s t, B r i g h t n e s s, S h a r p n e s s, C o l o u r or T i n t.
OK
Make appropriate adjustments.
4
5
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
! NOTE
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You cannot adjust colour, sharpness and tint in the RGB-PC mode.
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PICTURE CONTROL
Picture Mode-Expert Control
By segmenting categories, E x p e r t 1 and E x p e r t 2 provide more categories which users can set as they see fit,
offering the optimal picture quality for users.
Move
PICTURE
OK
Move
OK
E
PICTURE
Contrast
• Contrast Fresh 50
Aspect Ratio : 16:9
Vivid
Picture
Picture Mode
Mode :: Standard
Expert1
• Contrast
90
• Brightness
50
PICTURE CONTROL
• Sharpness
60
• Colour
60
• Tint
Standard
Game
Expert1
Expert1
• Expert Control
R
Expert2
G
E
Screen
G
Low
• Colour
Sport
Off
Low
• SharpnessGamma
50
Cinema
0
F
• BrightnessNoise50
Reduction
50
Black Level
• Tint
0
Film Mode
Expert Control
Control
•• Expert
Colour Standard
• Picture Reset
White Balance
Auto
Off
HD
Warm
• Red Contrast
0
• Green Contrast
0
E
Close
1 MENU
Select P I C T U R E.
2
OK
Select P i c t u r e M o d e.
3
OK
Select E x p e r t 1 or E x p e r t 2.
OK
Select E x p e r t C o n t r o l.
OK
Select your desired Source.
4
5
6
Make appropriate adjustments.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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PICTURE IMPROVEMENT TECHNOLOGY
Fresh Contrast
Optimizes the contrast automatically according to the brightness of the reflection.
Fresh Colour
Adjusts the colour of the reflection automatically to reproduce as close as possible natural colours.
Noise Reduction
Removes interference up to the point where it does not damage the original picture.
G a m m a.
High gamma values display whitish images and low gamma values display high contrast images.
Move
PICTURE
OK
Move
E
E
• Contrast
90
• Contrast
90
• Brightness
50
• Brightness
50
• Sharpness
60
• Sharpness
60
• Colour
• Tint
OK
60
0
• Colour
R
• Tint
G
60
0
Colour Temperature
Fresh Contrast
Fresh Colour
• Advanced Control Gamma
• Picture Reset
• Picture Reset
Screen
High
G
High
Noise Reduction
• Advanced Control
Screen
Medium
F
Medium
PICTURE CONTROL
PICTURE
Medium
Black Level
Auto
Film Mode
Off
Close
1 MENU
Select P I C T U R E.
2
OK
Select A d v a n c e d C o n t r o l.
OK
Select F r e s h C o n t r a s t, F r e s h C o l o u r, N o i s e R e d u c t i o n or G a m m a.
3
4
Select your desired Source.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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PICTURE CONTROL
ADVANCED - FILM MODE
To set the TV up for the best picture quality for viewing films.
This feature operates only in TV, AV and Component 480i/576i/1080i mode.
PICTURE
Move
PICTURE
OK
Move
OK
E
E
PICTURE CONTROL
• Contrast
90
• Contrast
• Brightness
50
• Brightness
• Sharpness
60
• Sharpness
50
Colour Temperature
50
50Fresh Contrast
• Colour
60
• Colour
50Fresh Colour
• Tint
0
R
G
• Tint
• Advanced Control
Gamma
• Picture Reset
• Picture Reset
Screen
High
High
0Noise Reduction
• Advanced Control
Screen
Medium
Medium
Medium
Black Level
Film Mode
Auto
F
Off
G
Close
1 MENU
2
OK
3
OK
4
Select P I C T U R E.
Select A d v a n c e d C o n t r o l.
Select F i l m M o d e .
Select O n or O f f.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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ADVANCED - BLACK(DARKNESS) LEVEL
When you view a film this function adjusts the TV to best picture quality.
This function works in the following mode: AV (NTSC-M), HDMI or Component .
PICTURE
Move
PICTURE
OK
Move
E
E
• Contrast
90
• Contrast
90
• Brightness
50
• Brightness
50
• Sharpness
60
• Sharpness
60
• Colour
60
• Colour
60
• Tint
OK
0
R
G
• Tint
Medium
Fresh Contrast
High
Fresh Colour
High
Noise Reduction
Medium
• Advanced Control Gamma
Black Level
• Picture Reset
• Advanced Control
• Picture Reset
Screen
Medium
Auto
Film Mode
Off
Close
1 MENU
Select P I C T U R E.
PICTURE CONTROL
Screen
0
Colour Temperature
• L o w : The reflection of the screen gets darker.
• H i g h : The reflection of the screen gets
brighter.
2
• A u t o : Realizing the black level of the screen
OK
Select A d v a n c e d C o n t r o l.
OK
Select B l a c k L e v e l.
and set it to High or Low automatically.
3
4
Select L o w or H i g h.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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PICTURE CONTROL
PICTURE RESET
Settings of the selected picture modes return to the default factory settings.
PICTURE
Move
PICTURE
OK
OK
E
E
• Contrast
90
• Contrast
90
• Brightness
50
• Brightness
50
• Sharpness
60
• Sharpness
60
• Colour
60
• Tint
0
i
R
G
0
R
G
PICTURE CONTROL
• Advanced Control
• Picture Reset
Screen
Resetting
video configuration...
• Colour
60
• Tint
• Advanced Control
1 MENU
Move
• Picture Reset
Screen
Select P I C T U R E.
2
OK
Select P i c t u r e R e s e t.
3
OK
Initialize the adjusted value.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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IMAGE STICKING MINIMIZATION (ISM) METHOD
A frozen or still picture from a PC/Video game displayed on the screen for prolonged periods will result in a
ghost image remaining even when you change the image. Avoid allowing a fixed image to remain on the
screen for prolonged periods.
OPTION
Subtitle
Move
OK
: On
Input Label
Subtitle
Move
OK
: On
Input Label
SIMPLINK
: On
SIMPLINK
Key Lock
: Off
Key Lock
: Off
Set ID
:1
Set ID
:1
Normal
ISM Method
: Normal
ISM Method
: Normal
Orbiter
Power Saving
: Level 0
Power Saving
: Level 0
Inversion
Factory Reset
1 MENU
OPTION
Select O P T I O N.
Factory Reset
PICTURE CONTROL
White Wash
White wash removes permanent images from the screen.
Note: An excessive permanent image may be impossible to clear entirely with White Wash.
Orbiter
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 every 2 minutes.
Inversion
This function inverts the panel colour of the screen. The panel colour is automatically inverted every 30
minutes.
: On
White Wash
• If you do not need this function, set N o r m a l .
2
OK
Select I S M M e t h o d.
3
Select N o r m a l , O r b i t e r , I n v e r s i o n or W h i t e W a s h .
OK
4
OK
Save.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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PICTURE CONTROL
POWER SAVING PICTURE MODE
This function allows you to reduce the power consumption of the TV.
OPTION
Subtitle
Move
OPTION
OK
: On
Subtitle
Input Label
Move
OK
: On
Input Label
PICTURE CONTROL
SIMPLINK
: On
SIMPLINK
Key Lock
: Off
Key Lock
: Off
Set ID
:1
Set ID
:1
Level 0
ISM Method
: Normal
ISM Method
: Normal
Level 1
Power Saving
: Level 0
Power Saving
: Level 0
Level 2
Factory Reset
Factory Reset
: On
Level 3
Level 4
1 MENU
• Level 0 is the brightest.
• You can also adjust P o w e r S a v i n g in the Q .
Select O P T I O N.
M e n u.
2
Select P o w e r S a v i n g.
OK
3
Select L e v e l 0 , L e v e l 1 , L e v e l 2 ,
L e v e l 3 or L e v e l 4.
OK
4
OK
Save.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
AUTO VOLUME LEVELLER
AVL automatically remains on the same level of volume if you change programmes.
AUDIO
Move
AUDIO
OK
AutoVolume
Volume
Auto
Off
:: Off
AutoVolume
Volume
Auto
Off
:: Off
Clear Voice
: On
Clear Voice
: On
Balance
0
Sound Mode
L
R
: Standard
On
On
0
L
R
: Standard
• SRS TruSurround XT : On
0
-
+
• 80Hz
0
-
+
• 220Hz
0
-
+
• 220Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
E
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
OK
OK
• 80Hz
E
2
Balance
Sound Mode
• SRS TruSurround XT : On
1 MENU
Move
Off
Select A U D I O.
Select A u t o V o l u m e.
3
OK
Select O n or O f f.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
PRESET SOUND SETTINGS-SOUND MODE
You can select your preferred sound setting; Standard, Music, Cinema, Sport or Game and you can also adjust
the frequency of the equalizer.
Sound Mode lets you enjoy the best sound without any Special adjustment as the TV sets the appropriate sound
options based on the programme content.
Standard, Music, Cinema, Sport and Game are preset for optimum sound quality at the factory.
AUDIO
Move
Auto Volume
: Off
Clear Voice
: On
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
Balance
Sound Mode
0
AUDIO
OK
L
R
: Standard
Standard
Move
Auto Volume
: Off
Clear Voice
: On
Balance
Sound Mode
• SRS TruSurround XT : On
0
1 MENU
L
: Standard
: Standard
• 80Hz
0
-
+
• 80Hz
0
-
• 220Hz
0
-
+
• 220Hz
0
-
• 470Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
Select A U D I O.
E
R
Standard
Standard
• SRS TruSurround XT : On
E
OK
Music
Cinema
Sport
+
+
+
Game
• You can also adjust S o u n d M o d e in the Q .
M e n u.
2
OK
Select S o u n d M o d e.
3
OK
Select S t a n d a r d , M u s i c , C i n e m a , S p o r t or G a m e.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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SOUND SETTING ADJUSTMENT -USER MODE
Adjusting the audio equalizer.
AUDIO
Move
Auto Volume
: Off
Clear Voice
: On
Balance
0
Sound
Sound Mode
Mode
AUDIO
OK
L
R
: Standard
Standard (User)
: Off
Clear Voice
: On
Balance
Sound
Sound Mode
Mode
• SRS TruSurround XT : On
0
OK
L
R
: Standard
: Standard (User)Standard
Standard (User)
• SRS TruSurround XT : On
Music
• 80Hz
0
-
+
• 80Hz
0
-
Cinema +
• 220Hz
0
-
+
• 220Hz
0
-
Sport
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
Game
+
E
1 MENU
Move
Auto Volume
E
Select A U D I O.
Select S o u n d M o d e.
OK
3
OK
Select S t a n d a r d , M u s i c , C i n e m a , S p o r t or G a m e.
OK
Select a frequency band.
OK
Set the desired sound level.
4
5
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
2
SRS TRUSURROUND XT
1 MENU
Select A U D I O.
2
S R S T r u S u r r o u n d X T Select this option to
sound realistic.
Select S R S T r u S u r r o u n d X T.
OK
3
Select O n or O f f.
OK
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is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
TruSurround XT technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
TruSurround XT
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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
CLEAR VOICE
By differentiating the human sound range from others, it helps users listen to human voices better.
AUDIO
Move
Auto Volume
: Off
Clear Voice
On
: Off
Balance
0
Sound Mode
AUDIO
OK
L
R
Clear Voice
Voice
Clear
On
:: Off
Balance
OK
Off
On
On
0 L
R
: Standard
• SRS TruSurround XT : On
• SRS TruSurround XT : On
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
• 80Hz
0
-
+
• 80Hz
0
-
+
• 220Hz
0
-
+
• 220Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
E
1 MENU
: Off
Sound Mode
: Standard
Move
Auto Volume
Select A U D I O.
E
O n” for C l e a r V o i c e, S R S
• If you select “O
T r u S u r r o u n d X T feature will not work.
2
OK
Select C l e a r V o i c e.
3
OK
Select O n or O f f.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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BALANCE
You can adjust the sound balance of the speakers to preferred levels.
AUDIO
Move
Auto Volume
: Off
Clear Voice
: On
Balance
Balance
0 0
Sound Mode
L
L
AUDIO
OK
R
R
: Standard
Clear Voice
: On
Balance
Balance
0 0L
L
: Standard
OK
0
R
F
R
R
G
0
• 80Hz
0
-
+
• 220Hz
0
-
+
• 220Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
E
Select A U D I O.
2
OK
Select B a l a n c e.
3
OK
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
• 80Hz
+
L
Close
• SRS TruSurround XT : On
-
E
1 MENU
: Off
Sound Mode
• SRS TruSurround XT : On
Move
Auto Volume
Make desired adjustment.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
TV SPEAKERS ON/ OFF SETUP
You can adjust the TV internal speaker status.
In A V, C O M P O N E N T, R G B and H D M I 1 with HDMI to DVI cable, the TV speaker can be operational even
when there is no video signal.
If you wish to use an external Hi-Fi system, turn off the TV internal speakers.
AUDIO
Move
AUDIO
OK
Move
OK
E
E
• 470Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
• 1KHz
0
-
+
• 1KHz
0
-
+
• 2.2KHz
0
-
+
• 2.2KHz
0
-
+
• 4.7KHz
0
-
+
• 4.7KHz
0
-
+
• 12KHz
0
-
+
• 12KHz
0
-
+
• Reset
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
Digital Audio Out
TV Speaker
Speaker
TV
: PCM
: On
Off
• Reset
Digital Audio Out
TV Speaker
Speaker
TV
: PCM
Off
:: On
Off
On
On
1 MENU
2
OK
Select A U D I O.
Select T V S p e a k e r.
3
OK
Select O n or O f f.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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SELECTING DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
This function allows you to select your preferred Digital Audio Output.
The TV can only output DOLBY Digital if a channel is broadcast with Dolby Digital audio.
When Dolby digital is available, selecting Dolby Digital in the Digital Audio Out menu will set SPDIF output to
Dolby Digital
If Dolby Digital is selected in the digital audio out menu when dolby digital is not available, SPDIF output will be
PCM.
Even if both Dolby Digital and Audio language have been set in a channel which broadcast Dolby Digital Audio,
only Dolby Digital will be played.
AUDIO
Move
AUDIO
OK
Move
E
OK
E
2
• 470Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
• 1KHz
0
-
+
• 1KHz
0
-
+
• 2.2KHz
0
-
+
• 2.2KHz
0
-
+
• 4.7KHz
0
-
+
• 4.7KHz
0
-
+
• 12KHz
0
-
+
• 12KHz
0
-
+
• Reset
Digital Audio
Audio Out
Out
PCM
Digital
:: PCM
Digital
Digital Audio
Audio Out
Out
• Reset
: PCM
TV Speaker
TV Speaker
: On
: On
PCM
Manufactured under license from
Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby “and
the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Select A U D I O.
• There is a possibility that when HDMI mode, some
DVD player do not make SPDIF sound, At that
time, set the output of the digital audio of the
DVD player to PCM.
Select D i g i t a l A u d i o O u t.
3
OK
Dolby
Dolby Digital
Digital
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
1 MENU
OK
Select D o l b y D i g i t a l or P C M.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
AUDIO RESET
Settings of the selected Sound Mode return to the default factory settings.
AUDIO
Move
AUDIO
OK
Move
E
E
• 220Hz
0
-
+
• 220Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
• 470Hz
0
-
+
• 1KHz
0
-
+
• 1KHz
0
-
+
• 2.2KHz
0
-
+
• 4.7KHz
0
-
+
• 4.7KHz
0
-
+
• 12KHz
0
-
+
• 12KHz
0
-
+
•• Reset
Reset
Digital Audio Out
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
1 MENU
2
OK
OK
i
+
Resetting
sound mode
• 2.2KHz
0 - configuration...
••Reset
Reset
: PCM
Digital Audio Out
: PCM
Select A U D I O.
Select R e s e t.
3
OK
Initialize the adjusted value.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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STEREO RECEPTION (IN ANALOGUE MODE ONLY)
When a programme is selected, the sound information for the station appears with the programme number
and station name.
1Q. MENU
Select A u d i o.
2
Selects the sound output.
OK
A
Broadcast
On Screen Display
Mono
MONO
Stereo
MONO / STEREO
SPEAKER SOUND OUTPUT SELECTION
In AV, Component, RGB and HDMI mode, you can select output sound for the left and right loudspeakers.
Select the sound output.
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
Mono sound selection
If the stereo signal is weak in stereo reception, you can switch to mono. In mono reception, the clarity of
sound is improved. To switch back to stereo.
L + R : Audio signal from audio L input is sent to the left loudspeaker and audio signal from audio R input is
sent to the right loudspeaker.
L + L : Audio signal from audio L input is sent to left and right loudspeakers.
R + R : Audio signal from audio R input is sent to left and right loudspeakers.
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TIME SETTING
CLOCK SETUP
The clock is set automatically when receiving a digital signal. (You can set the clock manually only if the TV has no
DTV signal.)
You must set the time correctly before using on/off timer function.
TIME
Move
TIME
OK
Move
OK
Date
Clock
Clock
Clock
Clock
Off Time
: Off
Off Time
: Off
On Time
: Off
On Time
: Off
Sleep Timer
: Off
Sleep Timer
: Off
Auto Sleep
: Off
Auto Sleep
: Off
Time Zone
: NSW/ACT
Time Zone
01
Month
Mar.
Year
2007
Hour
16
Minute
: NSW/ACT
09
TIME SETTING
Close
1 MENU
2
OK
3
OK
4
Select T I M E.
Select C l o c k.
Select either the year, date, or time option.
Set the year, date, and time options.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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AUTO ON/OFF TIMER SETTING
The Off time function automatically switches the TV to standby at a preset time.
Two hours after the TV is switched on by the on time function it will automatically switch back to standby mode
unless a button has been pressed.
The Off time function overrides the On timer function if both are set to the same time.
The TV must be in standby mode for the On timer to work.
TIME
Move
TIME
OK
Clock
Move
Clock
Off Time
: Off
Off Time
:
OK
29/Jan. 2008 15:27
On Time
: Off
On Time
Off
Sleep Timer
: Off
On Time
Repeat
: Off
: OffHour
Auto Sleep
: Off
Sleep Timer
: OffMinute
00
Time Zone
: NSW/ACT
Auto Sleep
: Off
Mode
: NSW/ACT
Programme
TV
Time Zone
F
Off
G
00
1
30
Close
1 MENU
Select T I M E.
• To cancel O n / O f f T i m e function, select O f f.
• For On Time function only
1
2
OK
OK
OK
Select R e p e a t.
3
4
Select M o d e.
Select O f f T i m e or O n T i m e.
2
3
TIME SETTING
Volume
Select O f f, O n c e, D a i l y, M o n ~ F r i,
M o n ~ S a t, S a t ~ S u n or S u n.
5
4
Select T V, D T V or R a d i o.
Set the programme.
Adjust volume level at
switch-on.
Set the hour.
6
Set the minutes.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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TIME SETTING
AUTO SHUT-OFF SETTING
If the TV is switched on and there is no input signal, it will switch off automatically after 10 minutes.
TIME
Move
OK
Clock
TIME SETTING
1 MENU
2
OK
TIME
Move
OK
Clock
Off Time
: Off
Off Time
: Off
On Time
: Off
On Time
: Off
Sleep Timer
: Off
Sleep Timer
: Off
Auto Sleep
: Off
Auto Sleep
: Off
Time Zone
: NSW/ACT
Time Zone
Off
On
On
: NSW/ACT
Select T I M E.
Select A u t o S l e e p.
3
OK
Select O f f or O n.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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TIME ZONE SETUP
When you select a Time Zone city, the TV time is set by the time offset information based on Time Zone and
GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) which is received with the broadcast signal and the time is set automatically by a
digital signal.
1 MENU
2
OK
Select T I M E.
Select T i m e Z o n e.
3
OK
4
OK
Select your viewing area time zone.
Confirm it.
TIME SETTING
SLEEP TIMER SETTING
You do not have to remember to switch the TV off before you go to sleep.
The sleep timer automatically switches the TV to standby after the preset time has elapsed.
1Q. MENU
2
OK
Select S l e e p T i m e r.
Select O f f, 1 0, 2 0, 3 0, 6 0, 9 0, 1 2 0, 1 8 0 or 2 4 0 M i n.
• When you switch the TV off, the preset sleep timer is cancelled.
• You can also adjust S l e e p T i m e r in the T I M E menu.
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PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
SET PASSWORD & LOCK SYSTEM
Enter the password, press ‘0’, ‘0’, ‘0’, ‘0’ on the remote control handset.
LOCK
Move
Lock
Lock System
System
LOCK
Move
Lock System
Off
Off: :Off
Set Password
Set Password
On
On
Block Programme
Block Programme
Parental Guidance
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
1 MENU
OK
: Off
: Off
: Off
Select L O C K.
Parental Guidance
OK
: Off
• If you forget your password, press ‘7’, ‘7’, ‘7’, ‘7’
on the remote control handset.
2
OK
Select L o c k S y s t e m.
OK
Select O n.
3
4
OK
OK
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Set the password.
Input a 4-digit password.
Be sure to remember this number!
Re-enter new password for confirm.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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BLOCK PROGRAMME
Blocks any programmes that you do not want to watch or that you do not want your children to watch.
O n”.
It is available to use this function in L o c k S y s t e m ”O
1
TEN Digital
TV
DTV
1 TEN Digital
LOCK
Move
Lock System
OK
9 Nine Digital
: Off
Radio
7 7 Digital
10 TEN Digital
11 TEN Guide
12 TEN HD
Set Password
70 7 HD Digital
71 7 Digital 1
Block
Block Programme
Program
72 7 Digital 2
73 7 Digital 3
Parental Guidance
: Off
Pr. Change
Navigation
P
Page Change
Return Previous
Block/Unblock
Select L O C K.
2
Select B l o c k P r o g r a m m e.
OK
3
OK
Enter the B l o c k P r o g r a m m e.
4
GREEN
Select a programme to be locked.
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
1 MENU
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
PARENTAL CONTROL
This function operates according to information from the broadcasting station. Therefore if the signal has incorrect information, this function does not operate.
A password is required to gain access to this menu.
This set is programmed to remember which option it was last set to even if you switch the set off.
Prevents children from watching certain adult’s TV programmes, according to the ratings limit set.
LOCK
Lock System
Move
OK
: Off
Set Password
Move
OK
: On
Set Password
Block Programme
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
Parental Guidance
Guidance
Parental
LOCK
Lock System
Block Programme
: Off
Parental Guidance
F
G
G
Close
1 MENU
Select L O C K.
2
Select P a r e n t a l G u i d a n c e.
OK
3
OK
Make appropriate adjustments.
4
OK
Save.
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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KEY LOCK
The TV can be set so that the remote control is required to control it. This feature can be used to prevent unauthorized viewing.
OPTION
Subtitle
Move
: On
Input Label
OK
Key Lock
: Off
SIMPLINK
: Off
: On
Off
Set ID
:1
Set ID
:1
On
On
ISM Method
: Normal
ISM Method
: Normal
Power Saving
: Level 0
Power Saving
: Level 0
KeyLock
Lock
Key
: On
Factory Reset
O n’, if the TV is turned off, press the r / I,
• In K e y L o c k ‘O
Select K e y L o c k.
INPUT, P D or E button on the TV or POWER, INPUT, P
or NUMBER buttons on the remote control then the
set will be turned on.
Key Lock
• With the K e y L o c k O n, the display ‘
O n ’ appears on the screen if any button on the front
panel is pressed while viewing the TV.
Save.
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
Select O P T I O N.
Select O n or O f f.
OK
OK
Move
: On
Input Label
3
4
Subtitle
: On
2
OK
OPTION
SIMPLINK
Factory Reset
1 MENU
OK
• Press the M E N U button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the R E T U R N button to move to the previous menu screen.
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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.
SWITCH ON/OFF
Press the T E X T button to switch to teletext. The initial page or last page viewed appears on the screen.
Two page numbers, TV station name, date and time are displayed on the screen headline. The first page number
indicates your selection, while the second shows the current page displayed.
Press the T E X T button to switch off teletext. The previous mode reappears.
SIMPLE TEXT
TELETEXT
A
Page selection
1
Enter the desired page number as a three digit number with the NUMBER buttons. If during selection you
press a wrong number, you must complete the three digit number and then re-enter the correct page number.
The P
button can be used to select the preceding or following page.
2
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 / page selection
1
4
With the blue button you can progress from block to block.
Use the yellow button to proceed to the next group with automatic overflow to the next block.
With the green button you can proceed to the next existing page with automatic overflow to the next group.
Alternatively the P button can be used.
The red button returns to the previous selection. Alternatively the P button can be used.
A
Direct page selection
2
3
As with SIMPLE teletext mode, you can select a page by entering it as a three digit number using the NUMBER
buttons in TOP mode.
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FASTEXT
The teletext pages are colour coded along the bottom of the screen and are selected by pressing the corresponding coloured button.
A Page selection
1
2
3
4
Press the T . O P T button and then use
button to select i menu. Display the index page.
You can select the pages which are colour coded along the bottom line with corresponding coloured buttons.
AS with SIMPLE teletext mode, you can select a page by entering its three digit page number with the NUMBER buttons in FASTEXT mode.
The P
button can be used to select the preceding or following page.
SPECIAL TELETEXT FUNCTIONS
■
Press the T . O P T button and then use
button to select the Text Option menu.
?
A REVEAL
Select this menu to display concealed information, such as solutions to riddles or puzzles.
Displays the TV picture on the screen while waiting for a new teletext page. The display will appear at the top left
hand corner of the screen. When the updated page is available then display will change to the page number. Select
this menu again to view the updated teletext page.
TELETEXT
A UPDATE
A TIME
When viewing a TV programme, Select this menu to display the time at the top right hand corner of the screen.
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 RED/GREEN, / or NUMBER buttons.
A HOLD
Stops the automatic page change which will occur if a teletext page consists of 2 or more sub pages. The number of sub pages and the sub page displayed is, usually, shown on the screen below the time. When this menu is
selected the stop symbol is displayed at the top left-hand corner of the screen and the automatic page change
is inactive.
i
A INDEX
Select the each index page.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
The TV does not operate properly.
Check to see if there is any object between the TV and the remote control causing
an obstruction. Ensure you are pointing the remote control directly at the TV.
A Ensure that the batteries are installed with correct polarity (+ to +, - to -).
A Ensure that the correct remote operating mode is set : TV, STB etc.
A Install new batteries.
A
The remote control
does not work
Power is suddenly
turned off
Is the sleep timer set?
Check the power control settings. Has the Power supply been interrupted.
A Is Auto sleep activated on this station?
A
A
The video function does not work.
Check whether the TV is switched on.
A Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.
A Is the power cord inserted correctly into the mains?
A Check your antenna direction and/or location.
A Test the mains outlet by plugging another product into the same outlet.
A
No picture &No sound
Picture appears slowly
after switching on
This is normal, the image is muted during the TV startup process. Please contact
your service centre, if the picture has not appeared after five minutes.
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Adjust Colour in menu option.
A Allow a sufficient distance between the product and the VCR.
A Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.
A Are the video cables installed properly?
A Activate any function to restore the brightness of the picture.
A
No or poor colour
or poor picture
Horizontal/vertical bars
or picture shaking
Poor reception on
some channels
Lines or streaks
in pictures
No picture
when connecting HDMI
98
A
A
Check for local interference such as an electrical appliance or power tool.
Station or cable channel experiencing problems, tune to another station.
Station signal is weak, reposition the antenna to receive weaker stations.
A Check for sources of possible interference.
A
A
A
Check antenna (Change the position of the antenna).
A
Check HDMI cable over version 1.3.
If the HDMI cables don’t support HDMI version 1.3, it can cause flickers or no
screen display. In this case use the latest cables that support HDMI version 1.3.
The audio function does not work.
A
Picture OK & No sound
A
A
A
No output from one
of the speakers
+ or - button.
Press the
Sound muted? Press MUTE button.
Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.
Are the audio cables installed properly?
A
Adjust B a l a n c e in menu option.
Unusual sound from
inside
the product
A
A change in ambient humidity or temperature may result in an unusual noise
when the product is switched on or off and does not indicate a fault with the
product.
No sound
when connecting HDMI
or USB
A
Check HDMI cable over version 1.3.
Check USB cable over version 2.0.
A
*This feature is not available for all models.
There is a problem in PC mode. (Only PC mode applied)
Vertical bar or stripe on
background &
Horizontal Noise &
Incorrect position
Screen colour is unstable
or single colour
A
Adjust resolution, horizontal frequency, or vertical frequency.
A
Check the input source.
A
Use Auto configure or adjust clock, phase, or H/V position. (Option)
A
Check the signal cable.
Reinstall the PC video card.
A
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The signal is out of range
(Invalid format)
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MAINTENANCE
Early malfunctions can be prevented. Careful and regular cleaning can prolong the life of your new TV.
Caution: Be sure to switch the power off and unplug the power cord before you begin any cleaning.
Cleaning the Screen
1
A good way to keep the dust off your screen for a while is to wet a soft cloth in a mixture of lukewarm water
and a little fabric softener or dish washing detergent. Wring the cloth until it is almost dry, and then use it
to wipe the screen.
2
Ensure there is no excess water on the screen. Allow any water or dampness to evaporate before switching on.
Cleaning the Cabinet
To remove dirt or dust, wipe the cabinet with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth.
A Do not to use a wet cloth.
A
Extended Absence
CAUTION
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100
G
If you expect to leave your TV dormant for prolonged periods (such as a holiday), unplug the power
cord to protect against possible damage from lightning or power surges.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS
Dimensions
(Width x Height x Depth)
with stand
without stand
with stand
Weight
without stand
Power requirement
MODELS
Dimensions
with stand
(Width x Height x Depth)
without stand
Weight
with stand
Power requirement
50PG3***
60PG3***
42PG60UD-AA
50PG60UD-AA
50PG30FD-AA
60PG30FD-AA
1044.4 x 735.4 x 308.0 mm 1235.6 x 849.3 x 364.1 mm
41.1x 28.9 x 12.1 inches
48.6 x 33.4x 14.3inches
1232 x 850 x 363.6 mm
48.5 x 33.5x 14.3inches
1468 x 1009.1 x 413.9 mm
57.8 x 39.7 x 16.3 inches
1044.4 x 680.6 x 79.6 mm
41.1 x 26.7 x 3.1 inches
1235.6 x 792.8 x 79.6 mm
48.6x 31.2 x 3.1 inches
1232 x 793 x 84 mm
48.5x 31.2 x 3.3 inches
1468 x 949.5 x 88.5 mm
57.8 x 37.4 x 3.5 inches
28 kg / 61.7 lbs
25 kg / 55 lbs
43.65 kg / 96.2 lbs
39.7kg / 87.5lbs
42.3 kg / 93.3 lbs
38.3kg / 84.4lbs
80.6 kg / 177.7 lbs
72.6 kg / 160.1 lbs
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz
42PG2***
50PG2***
50PG7***
60PG7***
42PG20D-AA
50PG20D-AA
50PG70FD-AB
60PG70FD-AB
1040 x 731.3 x 308 mm
40.9x 28.7 x 12.1 inches
1224.7 x 849 x 364 mm
48.2 x 33.4x 14.3inches
1235.6 x 849.3 x 364.1 mm
48.6 x 33.4x 14.3inches
1455 x 985 x 414 mm
57.3 x 38.8 x 16.3 inches
1040 x 677 x 86 mm
40.9 x 26.6 x 3.4 inches
1224.7 x 790 x 86 mm
48.2x 31.1 x 3.4 inches
1235.6 x 792.8 x 79.6 mm
48.6x 31.2 x 3.1 inches
1455 x 924.8 x 84.1 mm
57.3 x 36.4 x 3.3 inches
27.3 kg / 60.1 lbs
24.4 kg / 53.8 lbs
41.8 kg / 92.2 lbs
37.8kg / 83.3lbs
45.7 kg / 100.7 lbs
41.7kg / 91.9 lbs
62.4 kg / 137.6 lbs
54.9 kg / 121.0 lbs
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz
Television System
PAL B/G, DVB-T
Program Coverage
VHF 0-12, UHF 20-75, CATV 02-44, DTV 06-12, 27-69
External Antenna Impedance
Operating Temperature
Environment condition Operating Humidity
Storage Temperature
Storage Humidity
■
50PG6***
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without stand
42PG6***
75 ohm
32 ~ 104°F (0 ~ 40°C)
Less than 80%
-4 ~ 140°F (-20 ~ 60°C)
Less than 85%
The specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice for quality improvement.
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APPENDIX
This function is not available for all models.
PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROL
The remote control is a multi brand or universal remote. It can be programmed. to operate most remote
controlled devices from other manufacturers.
Note that the remote control may not control all models from other brands.
Programming a code into a remote mode
1
Testing your remote control.
To find out whether your remote control can operate other components without programming, turn on a
component such as a STB and press the corresponding mode button (such as a S T B) on the remote control, while pointing at the component. Test the POWER and P
buttons to see if the component
responds correctly. If the component does not operate correctly, the remote control requires programming
to operate the device.
2
Switch on the component to be programmed, then press the corresponding mode button (such as S T B)
on the remote control. The remote control button of the desired device is illumintated.
3
Press the M E N U and M U TE buttons simultaneously, the remote control is ready to be programmed with
the code.
4
Enter a code number using the number buttons on the remote control. Programming code numbers for the
corresponding component can be found on the following pages. If the code is correct, the device will turn off.
5
Press the M E N U button to store the code.
6
Test the remote control functions to see if the component responds correctly. If not, repeat from step 2.
HDSTB
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Brand
ALPHASTAR DSR
AMPLICA
BIRDVIEW
CHANNEL MASTER
Codes
123
050
051
013
036
CHAPARRAL
008
CITOH
054
CURTIS MATHES
050
DRAKE
005
011
141
DX ANTENNA
024
ECHOSTAR
038
093
097
122
ELECTRO HOME
089
EUROPLUS
114
FUJITSU
017
133
GENERAL INSTRUMENT 003
031
HITACHI
139
Brand
126 129
014 015 018
055
009 012 077
145
006 007 010
052 112 116
046
040
094
098
056
057
095
099
076
058
096
100
021 022 027
134
004 016 029
059 101
140
Codes
HOUSTON TRACKER 033
057
HUGHES
068
JANIEL
060
JERROLD
061
KATHREIN
108
LEGEND
057
LG
001
LUTRON
132
LUXOR
062
MACOM
010
065
MEMOREX
057
NEXTWAVE
028
NORSAT
069
PACE SKY SATELLITE 143
PANASONIC
060
PANSAT
121
PERSONAL CABLE
117
PHILIPS
071
PICO
105
PRESIDENT
019
PRIMESTAR
030
037 039 051
104
147
144
059 063 064
124 125
070
142
102
110 111
Brand
PROSAT
RCA
REALISTIC
SAMSUNG
SATELLITE SERVICE CO
Codes
072
066
043
123
028
085
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA 032
SONY
103
STARCAST
041
SUPER GUIDE
020
TEECOM
023
088
137
TOSHIBA
002
UNIDEN
016
044
078
10
VIEWSTAR
115
WINEGARD
128
ZENITH
081
091
106
074
035 047 057
138
124 125
026 075 087
090 107 130
127
025
045
079
135
042 043
048 049
080 086
136
146
082 083 084
120
IR CODES
1. How to Connect
A
Connect your wired remote control to the Remote Control port on the TV.
2. Remote Control IR Codes
A
Output waveform
Single pulse, modulated with 37.917KHz signal at 455KHz
Carrier frequency
Tc
FCAR = 1/TC = fOSC/12
Duty ratio = T1/TC = 1/3
T1
A
Configuration of frame
1st frame
Lead code
Low custom code
High custom code
Data code
Data code
C0 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C0 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7
Repeat frame
Repeat code
Lead code
APPENDIX
A
Tf
9 ms
4.5 ms
A
Repeat code
0.55 ms
9 ms
A
2.25 ms
Bit description
Bit ”0”
Bit ”1”
0.56 ms
0.56 ms
2.24 ms
1.12 ms
A
Frame interval: Tf
The waveform is transmitted as long as a key is depressed.
Tf
Tf
Tf=108ms @455KHz
103
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Code (Hexa)
APPENDIX
104
08
0B
f0
45
43
AB
07
06
40
41
44
28
AA
30
02
03
00
01
1E
09
10 ~19
53
1A
72
71
63
61
20
21
39
BD
7E
79
Function
POWER
INPUT
TV/RADIO
Q.MENU
MENU
GUIDE
Left ( )
Right ( )
Up ( )
Down ( )
OK( )
RETURN/EXIT
INFO i
AV MODE
+
-
P
P
FAV
MUTE
Number Key 0~9
LIST
Q.VIEW
RED Key
GREEN Key
YELLOW Key
BLUE Key
TEXT
T.Option
SUBTITLE
Ô(Record)
SIMPLINK
RATIO
Note
R/C BUTTON (POWER ON/OFF)
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
R/C BUTTON
EXTERNAL CONTROL THROUGH RS-232C
RS-232C Setup
Connect the RS-232C (serial port) input jack to an
external control device (such as a computer or an A/V
control system) to control the product’s functions
externally.
Connect the serial port of the control device to the
RS-232C jack on the product back panel.
Note: RS-232C connection cables are not supplied
with the product.
AV
V IN 1
AV
V OUT
VIDEO
VIDEO
L
L/MONO
L/
MONO
AUDIO
R
AUDIO
R
Type of Connector; D-Sub 9-Pin Male
Pin Name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
No connection
RXD (Receive data)
TXD (Transmit data)
DTR (DTE side ready)
GND
DSR (DCE side ready)
RTS (Ready to send)
CTS (Clear to send)
1
5
6
9
APPENDIX
No.
No Connection
RS-232C Configurations
7-Wire Configurations (Standard RS-232C cable)
RXD
TXD
GND
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS
PC
TV
2
3
5
4
6
7
8
3
2
5
6
4
8
7
D-Sub 9
D-Sub 9
TXD
RXD
GND
DSR
DTR
CTS
RTS
3-Wire Configurations(Not standard)
RXD
TXD
GND
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS
PC
TV
2
3
5
4
6
7
8
3
2
5
6
4
7
8
D-Sub 9
D-Sub 9
TXD
RXD
GND
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS
105
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Set ID
Use this function to specify a set ID number.
Refer to ‘Real Data Mapping’. G p .110
OPTION
Subtitle
Move
OK
: On
Input Label
Subtitle
Move
OK
: On
Input Label
SIMPLINK
: On
SIMPLINK
Key Lock
: Off
Key Lock
: Off
Set ID
:1
Set ID
:1 :1
ISM Method
: Normal
ISM Method
: Normal
Power Saving
: Level 0
Power Saving
: Level 0
Factory Reset
1 MENU
OPTION
: On
F
1
G
Close
Factory Reset
APPENDIX
Select O P T I O N.
2
OK
3
OK
Select S e t I D.
adjust Set ID to choose the desired TV ID number.
The adjustment range of SET ID is 1~99.
• Press B A C K to move to the previous menu screen.
106
Communication Parameters
Baud rate : 9600 bps (UART)
A Data length : 8 bits
A Parity : None
Stop bit : 1 bit
A Communication code : ASCII code
A Use a crossed (reverse) cable.
A
A
Transmission / Receiving Protocol
Command Reference List
COMMAND COMMAND
DATA
1
2
(Hexadecimal)
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
j
j
j
j
m
m
m
x
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
t
u
z
p
q
u
v
a
b
c
b
00 ~ 01
Refer to p. 108
00 ~ 01
00 ~ 01
00 ~ 64
00 ~ 64
00 ~ 64
00 ~ 64
00 ~ 64
00 ~ 64
00 ~ 01
00 ~ 01
00 ~ 64
00 ~ 02
00 ~ a
Refer to p. 109
00 ~ 04
01
Refer to p. 110
Refer to p. 110
00 ~ 01
Key C ode
Refer to p. 111
* When setting the 15 ~ 23, a menu does not appear on screen.
[Command1][Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
* [Command 1] : First command to control the TV.
(j, k, m or x)
* [Command 2] : Second command to control the TV.
: You can adjust the set ID to choose
* [Set ID]
desired monitor ID number in option
menu. Adjustment range is 1 ~ 99.
When selecting Set ID ‘0’, every connected set is controlled.
Set ID is indicated as decimal (1~99) on
menu and as Hexa decimal (0x0~0x63)
on transmission/receiving protocol.
[DATA]
:
To
transmit command data.
*
Transmit ‘FF’ data to read status of command.
: Carriage Return
* [Cr]
ASCII code ‘0x0D’
: ASCII code ‘space (0x20)’
* [ ]
APPENDIX
01. Power
02. Aspect Ratio
03. Screen Mute
04. Volume Mute
05. Volume Control
06. Contrast
07. Brightness
08. Colour
09. Tint
10. Sharpness
11. OSD Select
12. Remote control lock mode
13. Balance
14. Colour Temperature
15. Abnormal Status
16. ISM Method
17. Power Saving
18. Auto Configuration
19. Equalize
20. Tune Command
21. Channel Add/Skip
22. Key
23. Input select (Main)
Transmission
OK Acknowledgement
[Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
* The set transmits ACK (acknowledgement) based on
this format when receiving normal data. At this time, if
the data is data read mode, it indicates present status
data. If the data is data write mode, it returns the
data of the PC computer.
Error Acknowledgement
[Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][NG][Data][x]
* The set transmits ACK (acknowledgement) based on
this format when receiving abnormal data from
non-viable functions or communication errors.
Data 01: Illegal Code
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01. Power (Command: k a)
04. Volume Mute (Command: k e)
G To control Power On/Off of the set.
G To control volume mute on/off.
Transmission
[k][a][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
You can also adjust mute using the MUTE button on
remote control.
Transmission
Data 00 : Power Off
Ack
[k][e][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
01 : Power On
G To show Power On/Off.
Data 00 : Volume mute on (Volume off)
01 : Volume mute off (Volume on)
Ack
Transmission
[e][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
[a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
[k][a][ ][Set ID][ ][FF][Cr]
05. Volume Control (Command: k f)
Ack
G To adjust volume.
[a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
* Similarly, if other functions transmit ‘0xFF’ data based
on this format, Acknowledgement data feed back
presents status about each function.
* OK Ack. ,Error Ack. and other message may display on
the screen when TV is power On.
You can also adjust volume with the VOLUME buttons on
remote control.
Transmission
[k][f][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data Min : 00 ~ Max : 64
* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’. See page 110.
Ack
[f][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
0 2 . A s p e c t R a t i o (C o m m a n d : k c ) ( M a i n P i c t u r e S i z e )
G To adjust the screen format. (Main picture format)
You can also adjust the screen format using the
A s p e c t R a t i o in the Q.MENU. or PICTURE menu.
Transmission
APPENDIX
[k][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 01 : Normal screen (4:3)
02 : Wide screen (16:9)
04 : Zoom1
05
06
07
09
:
:
:
:
Zoom2
Original
14:9
Just Scan
06. Contrast (Command: k g)
G To adjust screen contrast.
You can also adjust contrast in the PICTURE menu.
Transmission
[k][g][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data Min : 00 ~ Max : 64
* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’. See page 110.
Ack
[g][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
Ack
07. Brightness (Command: k h)
[c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
G To adjust screen brightness.
* Using the PC input, you select either 16:9 or 4:3
screen aspect ratio.
* In HDMI/Component (over 720p), DTV(over HD TV)
mode, J u s t S c a n is available.
[k][h][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
You can also adjust brightness in the PICTURE menu.
Transmission
Data Min : 00 ~ Max : 64
* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’. See page 110.
Ack
[h][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
03. Screen Mute (Command: k d)
G To select screen mute on/off.
108
08. Colour (Command: k i)
G To adjust the screen colour.
Transmission
You can also adjust colour in the PICTURE menu.
Transmission
[k][d][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
[k][i][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 : Screen mute off (Picture on)
01 : Screen mute on (Picture off)
Ack
Data Min : 00 ~ Max : 64
* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’. See page 110.
Ack
[d][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
[i][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
09. Tint (Command: k j)
14. Colour Temperature (Command: k u)
G To adjust the screen tint.
G To adjust colour temperature. You can also adjust Colour
You can also adjust tint in the PICTURE menu.
Transmission
Temperature in the PICTURE menu.
Transmission
[k][j][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
[k][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data Red : 00 ~ Green : 64
* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’. See page 110.
Ack
Data 00: Medium 01:Cool
Ack
[j][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
02: Warm
[u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
10. Sharpness (Command: k k)
G To adjust the screen sharpness.
You can also adjust sharpness in the PICTURE menu.
Transmission
15. Abnormal State (Command: k z)
[k][k][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
G To recognize an abnormal state.
Data Min : 00 ~ Max : 64
* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’. See page 110.
Ack
Transmission
[k][z][ ][Set ID][ ][FF][ ][Cr]
Data FF : Read
Ack
11. OSD Select (Command: k l)
[z][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
G To select OSD (On Screen Display) on/off when
Data 00: Normal (Power on and signal exist)
01: No signal (Power on)
02: Turn the TV off by remote control
03: Turn the TV off by sleep time function
04: Turn the TV off by RS-232C function
05: 5V down
06: AC down
07: Turn the TV off by Fan Alarm function
08: Turn the TV off by Off time function
09: Turn the TV off by Auto sleep function
a: Turn the TV off by AV board detection.
controlling remotely.
Transmission
[k][l][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 : OSD off
Ack
01 : OSD on
[l][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
1 2 . Remote control lock mode ( C o m m a n d : k m )
G To lock the front panel controls on the monitor and
remote control.
Transmission
* This function is “read only”.
APPENDIX
[k][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
[k][m][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 : Lock off
Ack
01 : Lock on
16. ISM Method (Command: j p)
[m][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
* If you are not using the remote control, use this mode.
When main power is on/off, external control lock is
released.
G To control the ISM method. You can also adjust ISM
Method in OPTION menu.
Transmission
13. Balance (Command: k t)
[j][p][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
G To adjust balance.
Data 01: Inversion
02: Orbiter
04: White wash
08: Normal
You can also adjust balance in the AUDIO menu.
Transmission
[k][t][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data Min : 00 ~ Max : 64
* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’. See page 110.
Ack
Ack
[p][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
[t][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
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APPENDIX
17. Power Saving (Command: j q)
20.Tune Command (Command: m a)
G To reduce the power consumption of the TV. You can also
adjust Low Power in OPTION menu.
Transmission
G Select channel to following physical number.
Transmission
[m][a][ ][Set ID][ ][Data0][ ][Data1][ ][Data2][Cr]
[j][q][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data Min :00 ~ Max :04 (*transmit by hexadecimal code)
Ack
[q][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
18. Auto Configure(Command: j u)
Data00 : High channel data
Data01 : Low channel data
ex. No. 47 -> 00 2F (2FH)
No. 394 -> 01 88 (188H),
DTV No. 0 -> Don’t care
Data020x00 : ATV Main
0x10 : DTV Main
Channel data range
Analogue - Min: 00 ~ Max: 63 (0~99)
Digital - Min: 00 ~ Max: 3E7 (0~999)
Ack
G To adjust picture position and minimize image shaking
[a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
automatically. It works only in RGB (PC) mode.
Transmission
Data Min: 00 ~ Max: FF
[j][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
21. Channel Add/Skip(Command: m b)
Data 01: To set
Ack
G To set skip status for the current Programme.
Transmission
[u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
[m][b][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 00 : Skip
01 : Add
Ack
[b][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
1 9 . E q u a l i z e (C o m m a n d : j v )
G To adjust equalize.
APPENDIX
Transmission
[j][v][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
MSB
0
LSB
0
0
0
0
Frequency
0
0
0
Data
7
6
5
Frequency
0
0
0
80Hz
0
0
1
220Hz
0
1
0
470Hz
0
1
1
1KHz
1
0
0
2.2KHz
1
0
1
4.7KHz
1
1
0
12KHz
4
3
2
1
0
* Real data mapping 1
00 :
00000 ~10010
Step 0
A : Step 10 (Set ID 10)
F : Step 15 (Set ID 15)
10 : Step 16 (Set ID 16)
64 : Step 100
6E : Step 110
Ack
73 : Step 115
74 : Step 116
[v][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
C7: Step 199
FE : Step 254
FF : Step 255
110
* Real data mapping 2
00 :-40
01 :-39
02 :-38
28 :0
4E : +38
4F : +39
50 : +40
22. Key(Command: m c)
G To send IR remote key code.
Transmission
[m][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data Key code - Refer to page 104.
Ack
[c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
2 3 . I n p u t s e l e c t (C o m m a n d : x b )
(Main Picture Input)
G To select input source for main picture.
Transmission
[x][b][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data Structure
MSB
0
LSB
0
0
0
0
0
0
External Input
Input Number
External Input
Data
0
0
0
0
DTV
0
0
0
1
Analogue
0
0
1
0
AV
0
1
0
0
Component
0
1
0
1
RGB-PC
1
0
0
1
HDMI/DTV-PC
Input Number
0
Data
0
0
0
Input1
0
0
0
1
Input2
0
0
1
0
Input3
0
0
1
1
Input4
Ack
[b][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]
APPENDIX
0
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1.0.1. "Commercial Use" means distribution or otherwise making the Covered Code available to a third party.
1.1. "Contributor" means each entity that creates or contributes to the creation of Modifications.
1.2. "Contributor Version" means the combination of the Original Code, prior Modifications used by a Contributor,
and the Modifications made by that particular Contributor.
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Modifications, in each case including portions thereof.
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required by Exhibit A.
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any previous Modifications. When Covered Code is released as a series of files, a Modification is:
A. Any addition to or deletion from the contents of a file containing Original Code or previous Modifications.
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B. Any new file that contains any part of the Original Code or previous Modifications.
1.10. "Original Code" means Source Code of computer software code which is described in the Source Code notice
required by Exhibit A as Original Code, and which, at the time of its release under this License is not already
Covered Code governed by this License.
1.10.1. "Patent Claims" means any patent claim(s), now owned or hereafter acquired, including without limitation,
method, process, and apparatus claims, in any patent Licensable by grantor.
1.11. "Source Code" means the preferred form of the Covered Code for making modifications to it, including all
modules it contains, plus any associated interface definition files, scripts used to control compilation and installation
of an Executable, or source code differential comparisons against either the Original Code or another well known,
available Covered Code of the Contributor's choice. The Source Code can be in a compressed or archival form,
provided the appropriate decompression or de-archiving software is widely available for no charge.
1.12. "You" (or "Your") means an individual or a legal entity exercising rights under, and complying with all of the
terms of, this License or a future version of this License issued under Section 6.1.
For legal entities, "You" includes any entity which controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with You.
For purposes of this definition, "control" means (a) the power, direct or indirect, to cause the direction or management of such entity, whether by contract or otherwise, or (b) ownership of more than fifty percent (50%) of the outstanding shares or beneficial ownership of such entity.
2. Source Code License.
2.1. The Initial Developer Grant.
The Initial Developer hereby grants You a world-wide, royalty-free, non-exclusive license, subject to third party intellectual property claims:
(a) under intellectual property rights (other than patent or trademark) Licensable by Initial Developer to use,
reproduce, modify, display, perform, sublicense and distribute the Original Code (or portions thereof) with or
without Modifications, and/or as part of a Larger Work; and
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(b) under Patents Claims infringed by the making, using or selling of Original Code, to make, have made, use,
practice, sell, and offer for sale, and/or otherwise dispose of the Original Code (or portions thereof).
(c) the licenses granted in this Section 2.1(a) and (b) are effective on the date Initial Developer first distributes
Original Code under the terms of this License.
(d) Notwithstanding Section 2.1(b) above, no patent license is granted: 1) for code that You delete from the
Original Code; 2) separate from the Original Code; or 3) for infringements caused by: i) the modification of the
Original Code or ii) the combination of the Original Code with other software or devices.
2.2. Contributor Grant.
Subject to third party intellectual property claims, each Contributor hereby grants You a world-wide, royalty-free,
non-exclusive license
(a) under intellectual property rights (other than patent or trademark) Licensable by Contributor, to use, reproduce, modify, display, perform, sublicense and distribute the Modifications created by such Contributor (or portions thereof) either on an unmodified basis, with other Modifications, as Covered Code and/or as part of a
Larger Work; and
(b) under Patent Claims infringed by the making, using, or selling of Modifications made by that Contributor
either alone and/or in combination with its Contributor Version (or portions of such combination), to make, use,
sell, offer for sale, have made, and/or otherwise dispose of: 1) Modifications made by that Contributor (or portions
thereof); and 2) the combination of Modifications made by that Contributor with its Contributor Version (or portions of such combination).
(c) the licenses granted in Sections 2.2(a) and 2.2(b) are effective on the date Contributor first makes
Commercial Use of the Covered Code.
(d) Notwithstanding Section 2.2(b) above, no patent license is granted: 1) for any code that Contributor has deleted from the Contributor Version; 2) separate from the Contributor Version; 3) for infringements caused by: i)
third party modifications of Contributor Version or ii) the combination of Modifications made by that Contributor
with other software (except as part of the Contributor Version) or other devices; or 4) under Patent Claims
infringed by Covered Code in the absence of Modifications made by that Contributor.
3. Distribution Obligations.
3.2. Availability of Source Code.
Any Modification which You create or to which You contribute must be made available in Source Code form under
the terms of this License either on the same media as an Executable version or via an accepted Electronic
Distribution Mechanism to anyone to whom you made an Executable version available; and if made available via
Electronic Distribution Mechanism, must remain available for at least twelve (12) months after the date it initially
became available, or at least six (6) months after a subsequent version of that particular Modification has been
made available to such recipients. You are responsible for ensuring that the Source Code version remains available
even if the
Electronic Distribution Mechanism is maintained by a third party.
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3.1. Application of License.
The Modifications which You create or to which You contribute are governed by the terms of this License, including
without limitation Section 2.2. The Source Code version of Covered Code may be distributed only under the terms of
this License or a future version of this License released under Section 6.1, and You must include a copy of this
License with every copy of the Source Code You distribute. You may not offer or impose any terms on any Source
Code version that alters or restricts the applicable version of this License or the recipients' rights hereunder.
However, You may include an additional document offering the additional rights described in Section 3.5.
3.3. Description of Modifications.
You must cause all Covered Code to which You contribute to contain a file documenting the changes You made to
create that Covered Code and the date of any change. You must include a prominent statement that the Modification
is derived, directly or indirectly, from Original Code provided by the Initial Developer and including the name of the
Initial Developer in (a) the Source Code, and (b) in any notice in an Executable version or related documentation in
which You describe the origin or ownership of the Covered Code.
3.4. Intellectual Property Matters
(a) Third Party Claims.
If Contributor has knowledge that a license under a third party's intellectual property rights is required to exercise
the rights granted by such Contributor under Sections 2.1 or 2.2, Contributor must include a text file with the
Source Code distribution titled "LEGAL" which describes the claim and the party making the claim in sufficient
detail that a recipient will know whom to contact. If Contributor obtains such knowledge after the Modification is
made available as described in Section 3.2, Contributor shall promptly modify the LEGAL file in all copies
Contributor makes available thereafter and shall take other steps (such as notifying appropriate mailing lists or
newsgroups) reasonably calculated to inform those who received the Covered Code that new knowledge has
been obtained.
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(b) Contributor APIs.
If Contributor's Modifications include an application programming interface and Contributor has knowledge of
patent licenses which are reasonably necessary to implement that API, Contributor must also include this information in the LEGAL file.
(c) Representations.
Contributor represents that, except as disclosed pursuant to Section 3.4(a) above, Contributor believes that
Contributor's Modifications are Contributor's original creation(s) and/or Contributor has sufficient rights to grant
the rights conveyed by this License.
3.5. Required Notices.
You must duplicate the notice in Exhibit A in each file of the Source Code. If it is not possible to put such notice in a
particular Source Code file due to its structure, then You must include such notice in a location (such as a relevant
directory) where a user would be likely to look for such a notice. If You created one or more Modification(s)
You may add your name as a Contributor to the notice described in Exhibit A. You must also duplicate this License
in any documentation for the Source Code where You describe recipients' rights or ownership rights relating to
Covered Code. You may choose to offer, and to charge a fee for, warranty, support, indemnity or liability obligations
to one or more recipients of Covered Code. However, You may do so only on Your own behalf, and not on behalf of
the Initial
Developer or any Contributor. You must make it absolutely clear than any such warranty, support, indemnity or liability obligation is offered by You alone, and You hereby agree to indemnify the Initial Developer and every Contributor
for any liability incurred by the Initial Developer or such Contributor as a result of warranty, support, indemnity or liability terms You offer.
3.6. Distribution of Executable Versions.
You may distribute Covered Code in Executable form only if the requirements of Section 3.1-3.5 have been met for
that Covered Code, and if You include a notice stating that the Source Code version of the Covered Code is available under the terms of this License, including a description of how and where You have fulfilled the obligations of
Section 3.2. The notice must be conspicuously included in any notice in an Executable version, related documentation or collateral in which You describe recipients' rights relating to the Covered Code. You may distribute the
Executable version of Covered Code or ownership rights under a license of Your choice, which may contain terms
different from this License, provided that You are in compliance with the terms of this License and that the license
for the Executable version does not attempt to limit or alter the recipient's rights in the Source Code version from
the rights set forth in this
License. If You distribute the Executable version under a different license You must make it absolutely clear that any
terms which differ from this License are offered by You alone, not by the Initial Developer or any Contributor. You
hereby agree to indemnify the Initial Developer and every Contributor for any liability incurred by the Initial
Developer or such Contributor as a result of any such terms You offer.
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3.7. Larger Works.
You may create a Larger Work by combining Covered Code with other code not governed by the terms of this
License and distribute the Larger Work as a single product. In such a case, You must make sure the requirements
of this License are fulfilled for the Covered Code.
4. Inability to Comply Due to Statute or Regulation.
If it is impossible for You to comply with any of the terms of this License with respect to some or all of the Covered
Code due to statute, judicial order, or regulation then You must: (a) comply with the terms of this License to the maximum extent possible; and (b) describe the limitations and the code they affect. Such description must be included in
the LEGAL file described in Section 3.4 and must be included with all distributions of the Source Code. Except to
the
extent prohibited by statute or regulation, such description must be sufficiently detailed for a recipient of ordinary
skill to be able to understand it.
5. Application of this License.
This License applies to code to which the Initial Developer has attached the notice in Exhibit A and to related
Covered Code.
6. Versions of the License.
6.1. New Versions.
Netscape Communications Corporation ("Netscape") may publish revised and/or new versions of the License from
time to time. Each version will be given a distinguishing version number.
6.2. Effect of New Versions.
Once Covered Code has been published under a particular version of the License, You may always continue to use
it under the terms of that version. You may also choose to use such Covered Code under the terms of any subsequent version of the License published by Netscape. No one other than Netscape has the right to modify the terms
applicable to Covered Code created under this License.
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6.3. Derivative Works.
If You create or use a modified version of this License (which you may only do in order to apply it to code which is
not already Covered Code governed by this License), You must (a) rename Your license so that the phrases
"Mozilla", "MOZILLAPL", "MOZPL", "Netscape", "MPL", "NPL" or any confusingly similar phrase do not appear in
your license (except to note that your license differs from this License) and (b) otherwise make it clear that Your version of the license contains terms which differ from the Mozilla Public License and Netscape Public License. (Filling
in the name of the Initial Developer, Original Code or Contributor in the notice described in Exhibit A shall not of
themselves be deemed to be modifications of this License.)
7. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY.
COVERED CODE IS PROVIDED UNDER THIS LICENSE ON AN "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY
KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES THAT THE COVERED CODE IS FREE OF DEFECTS, MERCHANTABLE, FIT FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGING. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE COVERED CODE IS WITH YOU.
SHOULD ANY COVERED CODE PROVE DEFECTIVE IN ANY RESPECT, YOU (NOT THE INITIAL DEVELOPER OR
ANY OTHER CONTRIBUTOR) ASSUME THE COST OF ANY NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION.
THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY CONSTITUTES AN ESSENTIAL PART OF THIS LICENSE. NO USE OF ANY
COVERED CODE IS AUTHORIZED HEREUNDER EXCEPT UNDER THIS DISCLAIMER.
8. TERMINATION.
8.1. This License and the rights granted hereunder will terminate automatically if You fail to comply with terms herein and fail to cure such breach within 30 days of becoming aware of the breach. All sublicenses to the Covered
Code which are properly granted shall survive any termination of this License. Provisions which, by their nature,
must remain in effect beyond the termination of this License shall survive.
8.2. If You initiate litigation by asserting a patent infringement claim (excluding declatory judgment actions) against
Initial Developer or a Contributor (the Initial Developer or Contributor against whom You file such action is referred
to as "Participant") alleging that:
(b) any software, hardware, or device, other than such Participant's Contributor Version, directly or indirectly
infringes any patent, then any rights granted to You by such Participant under Sections 2.1(b) and 2.2(b) are
revoked effective as of the date You first made, used, sold, distributed, or had made, Modifications made by that
Participant.
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(a) such Participant's Contributor Version directly or indirectly infringes any patent, then any and all rights granted
by such Participant to You under Sections 2.1 and/or 2.2 of this License shall, upon 60 days notice from Participant
terminate prospectively, unless if within 60 days after receipt of notice You either: (i) agree in writing to pay
Participant a mutually agreeable reasonable royalty for Your past and future use of Modifications made by such
Participant, or (ii) withdraw Your litigation claim with respect to the Contributor Version against such Participant. If
within 60 days of notice, a reasonable royalty and payment arrangement are not mutually agreed upon in writing by
the parties or the litigation claim is not withdrawn, the rights granted by Participant to You under Sections 2.1 and/or
2.2 automatically terminate at the expiration of the 60 day notice period specified above.
8.3. If You assert a patent infringement claim against Participant alleging that such Participant's Contributor Version
directly or indirectly infringes any patent where such claim is resolved (such as by license or settlement) prior to the
initiation of patent infringement litigation, then the reasonable value of the licenses granted by such Participant
under Sections 2.1 or 2.2 shall be taken into account in determining the amount or value of any payment or license.
8.4. In the event of termination under Sections 8.1 or 8.2 above, all end user license agreements (excluding distributors and resellers) which have been validly granted by You or any distributor hereunder prior to termination shall
survive termination.
9. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES AND UNDER NO LEGAL THEORY, WHETHER TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE, SHALL YOU, THE INITIAL DEVELOPER, ANY OTHER CONTRIBUTOR, OR
ANY DISTRIBUTOR OF COVERED CODE,OR ANY SUPPLIER OF ANY OF SUCH PARTIES, BE LIABLE TO ANY
PERSON FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY CHARACTER
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF GOODWILL, WORK STOPPAGE, COMPUTER
FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION, OR ANY AND ALL OTHER COMMERCIAL DAMAGES OR LOSSES, EVEN IF SUCH
PARTY SHALL HAVE BEEN INFORMED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THIS LIMITATION OF LIABILITY SHALL NOT APPLY TO LIABILITY FOR DEATH OR PERSONAL INJURY RESULTING FROM SUCH PARTY'S
NEGLIGENCE TO THE EXTENT APPLICABLE LAW PROHIBITS SUCH LIMITATION. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO
NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THIS
EXCLUSION AND LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
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10. U.S. GOVERNMENT END USERS.
The Covered Code is a "commercial item," as that term is defined in 48 C.F.R. 2.101 (Oct. 1995), consisting of
"commercial computer software" and "commercial computer software documentation," as such terms are used in 48
C.F.R. 12.212 (Sept. 1995). Consistent with 48 C.F.R. 12.212 and 48 C.F.R. 227.7202-1 through 227.7202-4 (June
1995), all U.S. Government End Users acquire Covered Code with only those rights set forth herein.
11. MISCELLANEOUS.
This License represents the complete agreement concerning subject matter hereof. If any provision of this License
is held to be unenforceable, such provision shall be reformed only to the extent necessary to make it enforceable. This
License shall be governed by California law provisions (except to the extent applicable law, if any, provides otherwise),
excluding its conflict-of-law provisions. With respect to disputes in which at least one party is a citizen of, or an entity
chartered or registered to do business in the United States of America, any litigation relating to this License shall be
subject to the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts of the Northern District of California, with venue lying in Santa Clara
County, California, with the losing party responsible for costs, including without limitation, court costs and reasonable
attorneys' fees and expenses. The application of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale
of Goods is expressly excluded. Any law or regulation which provides that the language of a contract shall be construed
against the drafter shall not apply to this License.
12. RESPONSIBILITY FOR CLAIMS.
As between Initial Developer and the Contributors, each party is responsible for claims and damages arising, directly or indirectly, out of its utilization of rights under this License and You agree to work with Initial Developer and
Contributors to distribute such responsibility on an equitable basis. Nothing herein is intended or shall be deemed to
constitute any admission of liability.
13. MULTIPLE-LICENSED CODE.
Initial Developer may designate portions of the Covered Code as "Multiple-Licensed". "Multiple-Licensed" means
that the Initial Developer permits you to utilize portions of the Covered Code under Your choice of the NPL or the alternative licenses, if any, specified by the Initial Developer in the file described in Exhibit A.
EXHIBIT A -Mozilla Public License.
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``The contents of this file are subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (the "License"); you may not use this
file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/
Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing rights and limitations under the License.
The Original Code is ______________________________________.
The Initial Developer of the Original Code is ________________________.
Portions created by ______________________ are Copyright (C) ______
_______________________. All Rights Reserved.
Contributor(s): ______________________________________.
Alternatively, the contents of this file may be used under the terms of the _____ license (the "[___] License"), in
which case the provisions of [______] License are applicable instead of those above. If you wish to allow use of your
version of this file only under the terms of the [____] License and not to allow others to use your version of this file
under the MPL, indicate your decision by deleting the provisions above and replace them with the notice and other
provisions required by the [___] License. If you do not delete the provisions above, a recipient may use your version of
this file under either the MPL or the [___] License."
[NOTE: The text of this Exhibit A may differ slightly from the text of the notices in the Source Code files of the
Original Code. You should use the text of this Exhibit A rather than the text found in the Original Code Source Code for
Your Modifications.]
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