LG | 42PC1R | LG 42PC1R Owner’s Manual

OWNER'S MANUAL
32LC2R /37LC2R
42LC2R
32LB1R /37LB1R
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42PC1RV
50PC1R
50PC3R
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42LB1R
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Please read Information
together
ing your
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before
reading
M anual
included
this manual and
operat-
set.
Retain it for future reference.
Record model number and serial number of the set.
See the label attached
on
the back
cover
and
this information to your dealer when you
Model number
:
Serial number
:
P
NO:
quote
require
38289U0025G
service.
(0603-REV01)
ACCESSORIES
Ensure that the
following accessories are included
purchased the product.
with your TV. If
an
accessory is
missing, please
contact the
ACESORI
dealer where you
INPUT
TV
POWER
TV
INPUT
DVD
ARC
VCR
TEXT
PIPPR-
PIP
SIZE
PIPPR+
SWAP
LIST
MENU
POSTION
PP INPUT
I/II
EXIT
SLEEP
OK
Owner's Manual
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MUTE
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10
TIME
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Owner's Manual
INDEX
Remote Control
Batteries
Power Cord
Polishing
Polish the
screen
Cloth
with the cloth
This feature is not available
for all models.
For 42PC1R
*
,
50PC1R
*
,
50PC3R
*
2-bolts for stand
2-Wall brackets
assembly
(Refer p.13)
2-eye-bolts
This feature is not available
for all models.
For
32LC2R
*
,
37LC2R
*
,
42LC2R
*
,
32LB1R
Twister Holder
2-TV brackets
2-Wall brackets
Arrange
the wires
with the twister holder.
32LC2R
*
*
,
37LB1R
*
,
42LB1R
2-bolts
*
Cable
Management
only
4-bolts for stand
assembly
(Refer p.14)
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CONTENTS
ACCESSORIES...........................................1
On Screen Menus Selection and
INTRODUCTION
CONTE S
TV MENU
Controls/ConnectionOptions........................4-10
Remote Control Key Functions/
InstallingBatteries........................................11-12
Setting
Adjustment
.
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.
.36
.
up TV stations
INSTALLATION
Autoprogrammetuning...............................37
Manualprogrammetuning............................38
Finetuning..................................................39
Assigningastationname...............................40
UnfoldingTheBaseStand....................................13
Programme
StandInstallation.................................................14
Basic Connection /
.15-16
HowtoRemovetheCableManagement.
How to join the product assembly to the wall
toprotectthesettumbling...................................17
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Booster(Option).........................................41
edit ...........................................42
Favouriteprogramme....................................43
Callingtheprogrammetable........................44
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Installation...........................................................18
Picture Menu
Options
PSM(PictureStatusMemory)......................45
Picture Adjustment (PSM-User option)
.46
CSM (Colour Status Memory) ......................47
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CONNECTIONS & SETUP
Manual Colour
AntennaConnection............................................19
VCR SETUP/
EXTERNAL
EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS
.
.
.20-21
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DVDSETUP...................................................22-23
STB(SET-TOPBOX)SETUP.............................24-25
PCSETUP......................................................26-28
TURNINGTHETVON........................................29
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
PIP
(Picture-In-Picture)
Double Window
POP
.30
WatchingPIP/DoubleWindow/POP.
.30
ProgrammeSelectionforSubPicture.
.31
InputSourceSelectionforSubPicture.
Sub Picture Size Adjustment (PIP mode only)31
.31
Moving the Sub Picture (PIP mode only)
PIP
mode
Adjusting
Transparency (PIP
only) .31
between
main
and
sub
.32
Swapping
pictures
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Temperature
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Control
(CSM-Useroption)....................................48
Function...........................................49
ADVANCED.................................................50
Reset...........................................................51
Sound
Menu
Options
SSM(SoundStatusMemory).......................52
Sound Frequency Adjustment
(SSM-Useroption)....................................53
AVL(AutoVolumeLeveler)...........................54
BalanceAdjustment.....................................54
Speaker .......................................................55
Stereo/DualReception.................................56
NICAMReception........................................57
SpeakerSoundOutputSelection..................57
Time Menu
Options
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POP
(Picture-out-of-Picture: Programme Scan)
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.32
Teletext
On/Off Time ...............................................59
AutoSleep..................................................60
SleepTimer.................................................60
Menu
Switchon/off..............................................33
Special
SIMPLEText.................................................33
ChildLock...................................................61
TOPText.....................................................34
FASTEXT.....................................................34
SpecialTeletextFunctions............................35
2
ClockSetup.................................................58
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ISM
Options
(Image Sticking Minimization)
Method
.
.
.62
Low Power ...................................................63
XDDemo....................................................63
TV MENU
Screen
Menu
Options
.64
AutoConfigure(RGB[PC]modeonly).
ManualConfigure........................................65
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SettingthePictureFormat......................66-67
SelectingWideVGA/XGAmode...................68
Initializing
(Resettooriginalfactorysettings).
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CONTE S
.68
APPENDIX
ExternalControlDeviceSetup......................69-75
IRCodes.......................................................76
Remotecontrolircodes...................................77
ProgrammingtheRemote..................................78
Programmingcode.....................................79-80
TroubleshootingChecklist............................81-82
Maintenance..................................................83
Product
Specifications ................................84-85
3
INTRODUCTION
CONTROLS
This manual
This is
a
explains
the features available
simplified representation
of
a
on
front
the 42PC1R
panel.
*
,
50PC1R
*
TVs.
Here shown may be somewhat different from your TV.
Front Panel Controls
INTRODUC
Power/Standby
Indicator
?
illuminates red in
?
illuminates white when the set is
switched
standby
mode.
on.
INPUT Button
OK Button
PROGRAMME Buttons
POWER Button
MENU Button
4
VOLUME Buttons
This manual
This is
a
explains
the features available
simplified representation
of
a
on
front
the 50PC3R
panel.
*
TVs.
Here shown may be somewhat different from your TV.
Front Panel Controls
PROGRAMME Buttons
INTRODUC
VOLUME Buttons
OK Button
MENU Button
INPUT Button
POWER Button
Remote Control Sensor
Power/Standby
Indicator
?
illuminates red in
?
illuminates white when the set is switched
standby
mode.
on.
5
INTRODUCTION
CONNECTION OPTION
This is the back
panel
of models 42PC1R
,
50PC1R
,
50PC3R
TVs.
Back Connection Panel
AUDIO
Input
Connections
INTRODUC
are
available for listening
an external device.
stereo sound from
VIDEO
AUDIO
Input
Connects the video
VIDEO
device.
1
2
3
4
signal
from
a
video
5
AC IN
(PCD
V)
COMPONENT
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
MONO
6
7
1
Remote Control Port
2
RGB/Audio Input
8
9
10
11
6
HDMI/DVI Input
Connect
Connect the monitor
output from
the appropriate input port.
a
PC/DTV
to
7
3
AV OUT socket
on
or
monitor to the
Output
HDMI/DVI IN.
port
Input(CONTROL&SERVICE)Port
port of the control devices
jack.
S-Video
Input
Connect S-Video out from
an
S-VIDEO device.
an
9
Power Cord Socket
This the set operates on an AC power. The voltage is indicated on the Specifications page.
Never attempt to operate the set on DC power.
Audio/Video Input
Connect audio/video output from
device to these
an
external
jacks.
10 Component Input
Connect
these
11
6
to
the set.
external amplifier or add a sub
woofer to your surround sound system.
5
RS-232C
to the RS-232C
8
Variable Audio
Connect
signal
Connect the serial
AV OUT
Connect the second TV
4
HDMI
a
Connect DVI(VIDEO) signal to HDMI/DVI
with DVI to HDMI cable.
a
component video/audio device
jacks.
Antenna
Input
to
CONTROLS
This manual
.
This is
a
explains
the features available
simplified representation
of
a
on
front
the 32LC2R
panel.
*
,
37LC2R
*
,
42LC2R
*
TVs.
Here shown may be somewhat different from your TV.
Front Panel
PROGRAMME Buttons
PR
VOL
OK
INTRODUC
VOLUME Buttons
OK Button
MENU
MENU Button
INPUT
INPUT Button
R
/I
POWER Button
Remote Control Sensor
Power/Standby
?
?
illuminates red in
Indicator
standby
Side Panel
mode.
illuminates white when the set is switched
on.
7
INTRODUCTION
CONTROLS
This manual
This is
INTRODUC
a
explains
the features available
of
simplified representation
the 3 2 L B 1 R
on
front
a
panel.
*
,
37LB1R
*
,
42LB1R
*
TVs.
Here shown may be somewhat different from your TV.
Front Panel Controls
RGB
PC
Remote Control
Sensor
Index
Power/Standby
?
?
TV mode
Indicator
( )
illuminates red in standby mode.
illuminates white when the set is
switched
on.
AV 1-2 mode
1-2 mode
Component
RGB
PC
RGB mode
HDMI
mode
Intelligent
Intelligent
eye
INPUT
ME NU
OK
VOL
PR
OK Button
MENU Button
INPUT Button
POWER Button
8
VOLUME
PROGRAMME
Buttons
Buttons
eye
CONNECTION OPTION
This is the back
of models 32LC2R
panel
*
,
37LC2R
*
,
42LC2R
*
TVs.
Back Connection Panel
37/42LC2R
*
32LC2R
*
AUDIO
AUDIO
Input
Connections
AUDIO
are
available for listening
an external device.
stereo sound from
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
Input
Connects the video
AC IN
device.
1
2
3
signal
from
a
video
4
INTRODUC
AC IN
(PCD
RS
REMOTE
V)
232C
N
CONTROL
IN
(MONO)
5
1
6
7
8
Power Cord Socket
9
10
6
This the set operates on an AC power. The voltage is indicated on the Specifications page.
Never attempt to operate the set on DC power.
2
3
RGB/Audio Input
Connect the monitor
output from
the appropriate input port.
PC/DTV
AV OUT
Connect the second TV
AV OUT socket
4
a
Variable Audio
on
or
monitor to the
to
5
7
signal
RS-232C
to
HDMI/DVI IN.
to the RS-232C
8
S-Video
port of the control devices
jack.
Input
Connect S-Video out from
9
port
Input(CONTROL&SERVICE)Por t
Connect the serial
an
Remote Control Port
HDMI
a
Connect DVI(VIDEO) signal to HDMI/DVI
with DVI to HDMI cable.
external amplifier or add a sub
woofer to your surround sound system.
Connect
HDMI/DVI Input
Connect
the set.
Output
11
an
S-VIDEO device.
Audio/Video Input
Connect audio/video output from
device to these
an
external
jacks.
10 Component Input
Connect
these
11
a
component video/audio device
to
jacks.
Antenna
Input
9
INTRODUCTION
CONNECTION OPTION
This is the back
panel
of models 32LB1R
*
,
37LB1R
42LB1R
*
,
TVs.
*
Back Connection Panel
32LB1R
37/42LB1R
AUDIO
S-VIDEO
1
2
VIDEO
R
AUDIO
L/MONO
VIDEO
AVIN2
3
are
available for listening
an external device.
stereo sound from
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
L/MONO
VIDEO
Input
Connections
AVIN2
R
INTRODUC
*
*
Input
Connects the video
device.
signal
from
a
video
4
LR
RGB IN
RGB
AUDIO
(PC/DTV)
(RGB/DVI)
COMPONENT IN
AV OUT
2
REMOTE
CONTROL
IN
67
5
1
(CONTROL & SERVICE)
8
AVIN1
9
the
R
Y
PB
a
PR
L
R
10
11
7
output from
ANTENNA
IN
1
L (MONO)
S-VIDEO
RGB/Audio Input
Connect the monitor
2
RS-232C IN
HDMI/DVI IN
PC/DTV
HDMI/DVI Input
Connect
to
appropriate input port.
a
HDMI
Connect the second TV
on
or
monitor to the
8
the set.
RS-232C
Connect
a
component video/audio device
to
jacks.
Variable Audio
Output
an
9
S-Video
Input
Remote Control Port
an
S-VIDEO device.
10 Audio/Video Input
Connect audio/video
device to these
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.
10
port of the control devices
jack.
Connect S-Video out from
external amplifier or add a sub
woofer to your surround sound system.
Connect
6
port
Component Input
these
5
HDMI/DVI IN.
Input(CONTROL&SERVICE)Por t
Connect the serial
to the RS-232C
4
to
AV OUT
AV OUT socket
3
signal
Connect DVI(VIDEO) signal to HDMI/DVI
with DVI to HDMI cable.
11
Antenna
Input
jacks.
output from
an
external
REMOTE CONTROL KEY FUNCTIONS
POWER
Switches the set
on
from
standby
or
off to
standby.
INPUT
TV
TV INPUT
Returns from
AV1, AV2,
INPUT
DVD
ARC
VCR
to the
Component1,Component2, RGB, HDMI/DVI
TV mode. Switches the set on from standby.
TEXT
INPUT
If you press the button
appear
on screen.
once, the input source OSD will
Press the D / E button and then OK but-
ton to select the desired
input source (TV, AV1 AV2
Component1, Component2, RGB,
HDMI/DVI ).Switches the set on from standby.
ARC
Selects your desired
,
picture
PIP PR-
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
SWAP
PIP INPUT
,
format.
LIST
Brightness Adjusts screen brightness.
adjustment It returns to the default settings brightness by changing
mode
TV
POWER
MENU
EXIT
INTRODUC
I/II
SLEEP
source.
OK
PIP
SIZE
POSITION
Switches the sub
Adjusts
Moves the sub
PIPPR-/+ Selects
SWAP
PIP INPUT
Coloured
buttons
the sub
picture PIP, DW,
picture size.
Exchanges the main/sub images
Selects the input
window mode.
These buttons
or
off mode.
picture.
programme for the sub
a
POP
source
are
Q.VIEW
picture.
VOL
in PIP/Double window mode.
for the sub
picture
PR
MUTE
in PIP/Double
123
used for teletext
models)or Programme
(only
T E L ET EXT
456
edit.
789
VCR/DVD
control buttons
EXIT
LIST
MENU
Controls
some
when you have
Clears all
from any
Displays
Selects
video cassette recorders
already
on-screen
selected DVD
displays
or
or
DVD
VCR mode button.
and returns to TV
menu.
players
*
0
TIME
REVEAL
viewing
FAV
?
INDEX
the programme table.
a menu.
I/II Selects the sound output.
SLEEP Sets the
sleep
timer.
11
INTRODUCTION
REMOTE CONTROL KEY FUNCTIONS
MODE
Selects the remote
operating
modes.
INPUT
TV
1
TELETEXT
These buttons
BUTTONS
For further
are
details,
used for teletext.
see
INPUT
DVD
ARC
VCR
the 'Teletext' section.
TEXT
1
INTRODUC
THUMBSTICK
(Up/Down/Left
Right)
OK
VOLUME UP
/DOWN
Q.VIEW
MUTE
Programme
Allows you to navigate the on-screen menus and
the system settings to your preference.
your selection
Accepts
Adjusts
*
SIZE
POSTION
SWAP
PIP INPUT
adjust
the current mode.
LIST
previously
Switches the sound
MENU
I/II
SLEEP
viewed programme.
off.
on or
OK
Selects available programmes.
Selects
a
set
on
from
standby.
programme.
Selects numbered items in
Switches the set
FAV
PIP
PIP PR+
EXIT
UP/DOWN Switches the
0~9number
button
displays
or
PIP PR-
the volume.
Returns to the
TV
POWER
Displays
on
from
Q.VIEW
a menu.
VOL
standby.
PR
MUTE
the selected favourite programme.
No function
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INSTALLING BATTERIES
789
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0
TIME
REVEAL
FAV
?
1
?
Open
the
battery compartment
polarity.
cover on
the back side and insert the
batteries with correct
?
12
Install two 1.5V alkaline batteries of AA type. Don't mix used batteries
with new batteries.
INDEX
INSTALLATION
UNFOLDING THE BASE STAND
(42PC1R )
*
This feature is not available for all models.
1
2
A
INSTAL O
4
3
B
Place the set with the screen facing down on a cushion
Before unfolding the stand, please make sure two locks
Pull the stand out as shown above in Figures 2
3.
After unfolding the stand, please insert and tighten the
C
soft cloth as shown in Figure 1.
(A) on the bottom of the stand push outward.
or
~
screws
in the holes
When connecting cables to the set, do not disengage the lock (C).
This may cause the set to fall, causing serious bodily injury and serious
!
(B)
damage
on
the bottom of the stand.
to the set.
NOTE
Figures
shown here may be
When
closing
First
remove
slightly
the stand
the
screws
of the stand. And then
for
different from your set.
pull
(B)
two Hooks
A
B
storage
in the holes
D
on
(D)
the bottom
of the stand bottom
and fold the stand into the back of the set.
After
folding, push
two Locks
(A)
of the stand bottom outward.
13
INSTALLATION
STAND INSTALLATION (Only 32LC2R )
*
1
Carefully place
the
product
screen
side down
cushioned surface that will protect
and screen from damage.
a
2
Place the
stand
product
on
the
on
product
product
as
shown.
INSTAL O
3
Install the 4 bolts
product
securely, in
provided.
SWIVEL STAND
-
-
14
the back of the
in the holes
(32LB1R
*
,
37LB1R * 42LB1R * )
,
This feature is not available for all models.
The TV
can
be
conveniently
swiveled
on
its stand 30 to the left
or
right
to
provide
the
optimum viewing angle.
BASIC CONNECTION
(42PC1R
*
,
50PC1R * 50PC3R * )
These models have two cable arrangement methods
Stand
Arrange
Stand
1
type
as
shown
to the stand
type.
picture.
INSTAL O
2
Hold the CABLE
hands and
according
1
the cables
type
,
push
it
MANAGEMENT
as
with both
shown.
CABLE MANAGEMENT
2
Connect the cables
as
necessary.
To connect an additional equipment, see the
External equipment Connections section.
3
Reinstall the CABLE MANAGEMENT
as
shown.
15
INSTALLATION
BASIC CONNECTION (LCD TV models)
(a)
(b)
32LC2R *.
-
-
37LC2R * 42LC2R *, 32LB1R * 37LB1R * 42LB1R *.
,
,
Connect the cables
1
After
as
,
necessary.
the cables neatly,
arrange the cables to the Cable Holder.
connecting
To connect an additional equipment, see
the External equipmentConnections
section.
(a)
(b)
(a)
(b)
(a)
(b)
Install the CABLE MANAGEMENT
2
as
shown.
INSTAL O
Bundle the cables
3
using
the
supplied
twister holder.
HOW TO REMOVE THE CABLE MANAGEMENT (LCD TV models)
Hold
the
hands and
!
G
pull
it
MANAGEMENT
with
both
upward.
NOTE
Do not hold the CABLE MANAGEMENT when
If the
16
CABLE
product
is
dropped,
you may be
injured
or
moving
the
the
product
product.
may be broken.
HOW TO
JOIN
THE PRODUCT ASSEMBLY TO THE WALL TO
PROTECT THE SET TUMBLING
Set it up close to the wall
so
the
product
doesn't fall
when it is
over
pushed
backwards.
The instructions shown below is a safer way to set up the product, which is to fix it on the wall so the
product doesn't fall over when it is pulled in the forward direction. It will prevent the product from falling
for-ward and hurting people. It will also prevent the product from damage caused by fall. Please make sure
that children don't climb on or hang from the product.
1
1
or
2
2
1
INSTAL O
eye-bolts or TV brackets/bolts to fix the product to the wall as shown in the picture.
(If your product has the bolts in the eye-bolts position before inserting the eye-bolts, loosen the bolts.)
Insert the eye-bolts or TV brackets/bolts and tighten them securely in the upper holes.
Use the
*
2
Secure the wall brackets with the bolts
the wall. Match the
(not provided
as
parts of the product,
of the bracket that is mounted
height
on
must
purchase separately)
on
the wall.
3
3
Use
a
sturdy
rope
(not provided
safer to tie the rope
!
so
as
parts of the product,
must
purchase separately)
product.
to tie the
product.
It is
it becomes horizontal between the wall and the
NOTE
G
When
G
Use
G
To
use
that
moving
the
product
holder
product
the product safely
of the product.
a
or a
to another
place undo the ropes first.
big and strong enough for the size and weight of the product.
that the height of the bracket that is mounted on the wall is same as
cabinet that is
make
sure
17
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
The TV
can
The TV is
be installed in various ways such
designed
to be mounted
as on a
wall,
or on a
desktop
etc.
horizontally.
GROUNDING
Power
Supply
Ensure that you connect the earth
possible
ble, have
electric shock. If
ground wire to prevent
grounding methods are not possi-
qualified electrician install a separate circuit breaktry to ground the unit by connecting it to telephone wires, lightening rods, or gas pipes.
er.
a
Short-circuit
Do not
Desktop
Pedestal Installation
For proper
ventilation, allow
a
clearance of 4"
INSTAL O
Breaker
each side and from the wall.
on
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
Wall Mount: Horizontal installation
For proper ventilation, allow
tions are available from your
a
clearance of 4"
dealer,
see
the
on
each side and from the wall. Detailed installation instruc-
optional
Tilt Wall
Mounting
Bracket Installation and
Setup
Guide.
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
Only
42PC1R
Remove two
installing
18
series
screws
the wall
of the backside of the set before
mounting
bracket.
CONNECTIONS & SETUP
prevent the equipment damage,
To
plug
never
in any power cords until you have finished
connecting
all
equipment.
ANTENNA CONNECTION
For
optimum picture quality, adjust
An antenna cable and converter
are
antenna direction.
not
supplied.
Multi-family Dwellings/Apartments
(Connect to wall antenna socket)
Wall Antenna Socket
RF Coaxial Wire
(75 ohm)
VHF Antenna
Turn clockwise to
UHF Antenna
tighten.
Outdoor Antenna
Single-family Dwellings /Houses
(Connect to wall jack for outdoor antenna)
signal areas, to get better picture quality,
install a signal amplifier to the antenna as shown to
the right.
In poor
If signal needs to be split for two TVs,
signal splitter for connection.
use an
UHF
VHF
CONETIS&UP
antenna
Signal
Amplifier
19
CONNECTIONS & SETUP
VCR SETUP
To avoid
picture
Typically
a
screen
noise
frozen still
from
picture
may remain visible
When
leave
(interference),
on
the
a
an
distance between the VCR and TV.
adequate
VCR. If the 4:3
picture
format is used; the fixed
images
the sides of the
on
screen.
connecting with
antenna
an
VCR
2
1
Connect the ANT OUT socket of the VCR to the
IN socket
ANTENNA
on
ANT IN
the set.
IN
S-VIDEO
ANT OUT
OUTPUT
SWITCH
OUT
34
VARIABLE
AUDIO OUT
2
Connect the antenna cable to the A N T I N
antenna socket of the VCR.
COMPONENT IN
1
2
3
Press the PLAY button
the
on
the VCR and match
1
programme between the TV and
appropriate
viewing.
VIDEO
AUDIO
VCR for
CONETIS&UP
When
1
connecting
with
a
RCA cable
Connect the AUDIO / VIDEO
jacks between TV
and VCR. Match the jack colors (Video
yellow,
Audio Left
white, and Audio Right
red)
ANT IN
S-VIDEO
=
=
2
Insert
a
IN
VCR
ANT OUT
OUT
OUTPUT
SWITCH
(R)
34
video tape into the VCR and press PLAY
(Refer to the VCR owner's manual.)
Select AV1
on
-
(L)
VIDEO
on
1
the VCR.
3
AUDIO
=
input
source
using
the INPUT button
the remote control.
If connected to AV
IN2, select AV2
input
RGB
AUDIO
(PC/DTV)
(RGB/DVI)
V OUT
RS-232C IN
(CONTROL&SERVICE)
source.
MONO
SVDEO
!
G
20
NOTE
If you have
of the set.
a mono
VCR,
connect the audio cable from the VCR to the AUDIO
L
MONO
jack
(R)
AUDIO
(L)
VIDEO
When
connecting
with
Connect the S-VIDEO
1
S-VIDEO
input
Connect the audio
AUDIO
3
Insert
output of the
VCR to the
the set. The
on
improved; compared
(RCA cable) input.
2
S-Video cable
an
picture quality
composite
to normal
outputs of the
input jacks
on
ANT IN
IN
SANT OUT
VCR
EO
OUT
OUT
SW
CH
(R
34
VCR to the
AUDIO
L)
VIDEO
2
1
the set.
video tape into the VCR and press PLAY
(Refer to the VCR owner's manual.)
a
is
on
RGB
(PC/DTV)
the VCR.
AUDIO
(RGB/DVI)
RS-232C IN
(CONTROL&SERVICE)
4
Select AV1
button
!
on
input
with
source
using
the INPUT
MONO
SVDEO
the remote control.
NOTE
If both S-Video and VIDEO sockets have been connected to the S-VHS VCR
G
only
the S-Video
can
simultaneousiy.
be received.
CONETIS&UP
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS
1
Connect the AUDIO / VIDEO
TV and external
equipment.
(Video yellow,
Right red).
Audio Left
=
jacks
between
Match the
=
jack
colors
white, and Audio
=
2
Select AV2
button
-
on
input
AUDIO
source
with
using
the INPUT
the remote control.
If connected to AV IN1
input,
1
select AV1
input
source.
3
Operate
VIDEO
Camcorder
the
corresponding external equipment.
equipment operating guide.
Refer to external
Video Game Set
AUDIO
RL
VIDEO
21
CONNECTIONS & SETUP
DVD SETUP
When
1
2
connecting
Connect the video
with
outputs (Y, PB, PR) of the
to the COMPONENT IN VIDEO
jacks
Connect the audio
DVD to the
outputs of the
COMPONENT IN AUDIO
3
component cable
a
Turn
the DVD
on
jacks
insert
player,
a
on
on
DVD
the set.
B
DVD
(R)
R
AUDIO
(L)
the set.
1
2
DVD.
VAR ABLE
AUD O OUT
4
SelectComponent1 or Component2 input
source with
using the INPUT button on the remote
control.
5
Refer to the DVD
player's
manual for
operating
instructions.
!
NOTE
Component Input ports
get better picture quality, connect
a DVD
player to the component input
as shown below.
ports
G
To
CONETIS&UP
Component ports
Video
on
When
1
connecting
Connect the S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
2
4
input
Turn
on
Select AV1
button
on
input
output ports
DVD
output of the
(R)
DVD to the
on
DVD to the
2
the set.
player,
insert
source
with
a
DVD.
using
the INPUT
RGB
AUDIO
(PC/DTV)
(RGB/DVI)
RS-232C IN
(CONTROL&SERVICE)
the remote control.
Refer to the DVD
instructions.
22
AUDIO
(L)
S-VIDEO
DVD
MONO
V DEO
5
player
S-Video cable
a
outputs of the
input jacks
the DVD
the TV
the set.
on
Connect the audio
AUDIO
3
with
on
player's
manual for
operating
1
YPBPR
Y
Pb
Pr
Y
B-Y
R-Y
Y
Cb
Cr
Y
PB
PR
When
connecting
Connect the HDMI
1
HDMI
DVI IN
Select HDMI
2
I N P U T button
on
Refer to the DVD
3
HDMI cable
a
output of the
jack
DVI
with
on
DVD to the
the set.
input
source
with
using
the
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
the remote control.
player's
manual for
operating
1
instructions.
DVD
HDMI-DVD OUTPUT
!
G
G
NOTE
TV
receive the video and audio
signal simultaneously
with
using
a
HDMI cable.
If the DVD supports Auto HDMI function, the DVD output resolution will be
to
G
can
automatically
set
1280x720p.
If the DVD does not support Auto HDMI, you need to set the output resolution appropriately.
get the best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of the DVD to 1280x720p.
To
CONETIS&UP
23
CONNECTIONS & SETUP
STB(SET-TOP BOX)
This TV
receive
Digital Over-the-air/Cable signals without an external digital set-top box. However, if you do
Digital signals from a digital set-top box or other digital external device, refer to the figure as shown below.
can
When
1
SETUP
receive
connecting
Connect the video
with
Connect the audio
IN VIDEO jacks on the set.
Turn
on
the
B
R
(R)
AUDIO
Box
(L)
output of the digital set-top box
to the COMPONENT IN AUDIO
3
Digital Set-top
outputs (Y, PB, PR) of the digital
set-top box to the COMPONENT
2
component cable
a
jacks
on
the set.
1
digital set-top box. (Refer to the
digital set-top box.)
2
VAR ABLE
AUD O OUT
owner's manual for the
4
SelectComponent1 or Component2 input
source with
using the INPUT button on the remote control.
!
CONETIS&UP
O
NOTE
Component
RGB-DTV
480i/576i
Yes
No
No
480p/576p/720p/1080i
Yes
Yes
Yes
Signal
When
1
AUD
connecting
Connect the DVI
with
a
HDMI/DVI
(DTV)
HDMI to DVI cable
output of the digital set-top box
to the HDMI / DVI
IN
jack
on
the set.
(RGB/DVI)
2
Connect the audio
outputs of the set-top box
the AUDIO(RGB
3
Turn
on
the
DVI) jack
on
to
VN1
the set.
MONO
AUD
digital set-top box. (Refer to the
digital set-top box.)
1
2
owner's manual for the
4
Select HDMI / DVI
INPUT button
on
input
source
with
using
the
the remote control.
Digital Set-top
DVI-DTV OUTPUT
(R)
AUDIO
(L)
Box
!
G
NOTE
If the
digital set-top
tion is necessary.
G
G
24
If the
box has
V OUT
a
DVI
output and
no
HDMI
output,
a
separated
audio
connec-
digital set-top box supports Auto DVI function, the output resolution of the digital
set-top box will be automatically set to 1280x720p.
If the digital set-top box does not support Auto DVI, you need to set the output resolution
appropriately. To get the best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of the digital settop box to 1280x720p.
O
When
connecting
with
a
D-sub 15
pin cable
Connect the RGB
1
to the RGB
2
IN
output of the digital set-top box
(PC DTV) jack on the set.
Connect the audio
the AUDIO (RGB
outputs of the set-top box
3
Turn
on
the
DVI) jack
on
(R)
AUDIO
(L)
2
the set.
1
digital set-top box. (Refer to the
digital set-top box.)
Select RGB-DTV
input
INPUT button
the remote control.
When
on
connecting
Connect the HDMI
1
with
source
with
a
using
(RG
/DVI)
the
MONO
HDMI cable
output of the digital set-top
box to the HDMI /DVI IN
jack on the set.
DMDVN
2
Select HDMI /D V I
input
INPUT button
the remote control.
on
source
with
using
REMOTE
CONTROL IN
the
1
Turn
3
on
owner's
Box
to
owner's manual for the
4
Digital Set-top
RGB-DTV OUTPUT
the
digital set-top box. (Refer to the
manual for the digital set-top box.)
Digital Set-top
CONETIS&UP
Box
HDMI-OUTPUT
!
NOTE
G
TV
G
If the
can
receive the video and audio
signal simultaneously
with
using
digital set-top box supports Auto HDMI function, output
automatically set to 1280x720p.
a
HDMI cable.
resolution of the
digital set-top
box will be
G
If the digital set-top box does not support Auto HDMI, you need to set the output resolution
appropriately. To get the best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of the digital set-top
box to 1280x720p.
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CONNECTIONS & SETUP
PC SETUP
This TV
provides Plug
When
and
Play capability, meaning
connecting
with
that the PC
D-sub 15
a
adjusts automatically
to the TV's
settings.
pin cable
PC
Connect the RGB
1
(PC DTV) jack
2
output of the PC to the RGB
on the set.
Connect the audio
outputs of the
AUDIO(RGB DVI) jack
3
Turn
4
Select RGB-PC
on
AUDIO
PC to the
2
the set.
on
RGB-PC OUTPUT
1
the PC and the set.
AO
(RGB DVI)
button
on
input
source
with
using
the INPUT
the remote control.
MONO
CONETIS&UP
When
connecting
Connect the DVI
1
HDMI
/ DVI IN
with
HDMI to DVI cable
a
output of the
jack
on
PC to the
the set.
RGB
N
(RGB/DVI)
2
Connect the audio
outputs of the
AUDIO(RGB DVI) jack
on
PC to the
the set.
DMDVN
RS-232C N
MONO
3
Turn
on
the PC and the set.
2
1
4
Select HDMI / DVI
with
using
input
source
the I N P U T button
on
the remote control.
PC
!
AUDIO
NOTE
G
If the PC has
G
If the PC does not support Auto DVI, you need to set the output resolution appropriately. To
get the best picture quality, adjust the output resolution of PC graphics card's output resolution to
26
DVI-DTV OUTPUT
a
DVI
output and
1024x768, 60Hz.
no
HDMI
output,
a
separated
audio connection is necessary.
!
NOTE
G To
G
vivid
enjoy
and sound, connect
picture
a
PC to
signal
cable from the monitor
port
Avoid
set
a
of the PC to the HDMI IN
keeping a fixed image on the set's screen for
long period of time. The fixed image may
become permanently imprinted on the screen; use
a screen saver when
possible.
G Connect PC to
port
of the set;
the RGB
change
(PC/DTV)
or
the resolution
output
of
accordingly.
G There might be
noise
tion, vertical pattern,
mode.
according
contrast
or
to
some
resolu-
brightness
in PC
the PC mode into another resolu-
Change
change the refresh rate into another rate
or
adjust the brightness and contrast on the
menu until the
picture is clean. If the refresh rate
of the PC graphic card can not be changed,
change the PC graphic card or consult it to the
manufacturer of the PC graphic card.
G The
synchronization input waveform for
Horizontal and Vertical frequencies are separate.
tion
or
G In 42PC1R *, 50PC1R *, 50PC3R *
ommend
models,
we rec-
1024x768, 60Hz for the PC mode,
using
they provide the best picture quality.
G We recommend using 1360*768, 60Hz (32LC2R
37LC2R * 42LC2R * ,32LB1R *
,
for the PC mode,
picture
on
the set.
,
.
they provide the
If the resolution of PC is
no
,
*
37LB1R * 42LB1R * )
over
best
or
the
Audio
output
(PC/DTV) port
cable from the HDMI
signal
port
on
of the
output port
the set.
the audio cable from the PC to the
input
the set.
on
(Audio
cables
are
not
included with the
G
If
G
This set
using
set).
adjust PC sound as required.
VESA Plug and Play Solution. The
sound card,
a
uses a
provides EDID data to the PC system with a
DDC protocol. The PC adjusts automatically when
using this set.
G DDC protocol is preset for RGB (Analog RGB),
HDMI (Digital RGB) mode.
G If required, adjust the settings for Plug and Play
functionally.
G If graphic card on the PC does not output analog
and digital RGB simultaneously, connect only one
of either RGB (PC/DTV) or HDMI IN to display
set
the PC
the set.
on
on the PC does
graphic
output analog and
RGB
set
the set to either
digital
simultaneously,
RGB or HDMI; (the other mode is set to Plug and
Play automatically by the set.)
G DOS mode may not work depending on video
G
If
card
card if you
picture quality.
UXGA, there will be
of the PC to the RGB
G Connect
HDMI IN
PC
G
the
G Connect
the set.
G
When you
be
use
too
noise
might
using under 5m
picture quality.
a
HDMI to DVI cable.
use a
on
long
the
RGB-PC
screen.
of the cable. It
cable, there
We recommend
provides
the best
CONETIS&UP
27
CONNECTIONS & SETUP
Supported Display
*
,
Resolution
720x400
640x480
800x600
832x624
1024x768
1280x768
CONETIS&UP
Supported Display Resolution
(42PC1R *, 50PC1R 50PC3R )
Resolution
37LC2R 42LC2R ,32LB1R 37LB1R
42LB1R * ) RGB[PC] / HDMI[PC] mode
(32LC2R
*
*
,
*
,
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(KHz)
Frequency(Hz)
31.469
70.08
31.469
59.94
37.500
75.00
37.879
60.31
46.875
75.00
49.725
74.55
48.363
60.00
56.476
60.023
70.06
47. 693
59.99
*
*
RGB[PC] / HDMI[PC] mode
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(KHz)
Frequency(Hz)
640x350
31.468
70.09
720x400
31.469
70.08
31.469
59.94
35.00
66.66
37.861
72.80
37.500
75.00
Resolution
640x480
848x480
31.5
60.00
37. 799
70.00
39.375
75.00
75.02
1360x768
47.700
60.00
1366x768
47.700
60.00
31.5
60.00
37. 799
70.00
39.975
75.00
832x624
49.725
74.55
37. 897
48.077
60.31
800x600
46.875
75.00
48.363
60.00
56.476
60.023
70.06
1280x1024
63.981
60.02
1280x768
47.693
60.091
59.99
852x480
1024x768
1360x768
1366x768
28
*
,
,
72.18
75.02
74.93
47.700
60.00
59.625
75.02
47.700
60.00
59.625
75.02
TURNING THE TV ON
INPUT
TV
If your TV will be turned
on,
you will be able to
its features.
use
INPUT
DVD
ARC
VCR
TEXT
Turing
1
on
the TV
PIP PR-
connect power cord
First,
standby
mode to turn TV
PR DE button
on
POWER TV INPUT
,
,
,
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
SWAP
PIP INPUT
correctly.
At this moment, the TV switches to
In
TV
POWER
on,
the TV
or
PR+-
standby
mode.
press the
press the
,
INPUT
I/II
MENU
EXIT
Number(0 9) button
~
,
LIST
,
the remote control and then the TV will switch
SLEEP
on
on.
OK
Volume
1
Adjustment
Press the VOL+- button to
adjust
Q.VIEW
the volume.
VOL
PR
MUTE
2
If you want to switch the sound off, press the MUTE button.
123
456
3
You
cancel this function
can
by pressing
the MUTE, VOL
+
-
or
789
III button.
Programme
1
The
Press the PR+-
1
or
2
NUMBER button to select
be shown
Language
on
the
screen
a
Selection
in the selected
Press the MENU button and then
SPECIAL
use
Press the G button and then
language.
be shown in the
4
INDEX
(option)
language.
First select your
CONETIS&UP
language.
DE button to select the
menu.
Press the G button and then
desired
REVEAL
pro-
use
DE button to select
Language.
!
G
3
TIME
FAV
?
gramme number.
menus can
10
selection
On-Screen Menu
-
*
DE button to select your
From this point on, the on-screen menus will
language
use
If you intend to be
away
on
vacation,
disconnect the
power
of your choice.
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
NOTE
plug
from wall
power outlet.
viewing.
29
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
PIP
(PICTURE-IN-PICTURE) /
DOUBLE WINDOW / POP
PIP lets you view 2 different inputs (sources) on your TV
same time. One source will be
large, and the other
at the
will show
a
smaller inset
Double window mode
sources
to be shown
screen
INPUT
TV
image.
splits
on
the
screen
the TV
into 2,
screen
allowing
at the
same
2
picture
INPUT
DVD
ARC
VCR
TEXT
time. Each
PIP PR-
source
is
given
half the
TV
POWER
source
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
SWAP
PIP INPUT
screen.
LIST
MENU
I/II
Watching PIP/Double Window/POP
Press the P I P button to
access
the sub
picture.
PIP Mode
Each press of PIP
changes
DW1 Mode
the PIP
DW2 Mode
POP Mode
SPECIALFUNTO
PIP Off
Programme
Selection for Sub Picture
Press the PIPPR+- button to select
30
a
programme for the sub
picture.
options
as
shown below.
Input
Source Selection for Sub Picture
Press the PIP INPUT button to select the
Each press of PIP INPUT button is
pressed,
TV
Repeatedly
Moving
source
picture
PIP
(PIP
repeatedly
moves
is
displayed
as
shown below.
Component2
mode
mode
until desired
only)
picture
size.
only)
position
is
clockwise.
Transparency (PIP
mode
menu.
Press the G button and then DE button to select
PIP
picture
Component1
only)
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the SCREEN
picture.
for the sub
AV2
RGB
the Sub Picture
Adjusting
3
input
press the SIZE button to select the desired sub
achieved. The sub
2
for the sub
Adjustment (PIP
Press the P O S I T I O N button
1
source
each
AV1
HDMI/DVI
Sub Picture Size
input
SPECIALFUNTO
Transparency.
Press the G button and then F
G button to
adjust PIP
Transparency.
4
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
PIP
(PICTURE-IN-PICTURE) /
DOUBLE WINDOW / POP
Swapping
between main and sub
Press the S W A P button to
exchange
pictures
the main and sub
pictures.
SWAP
Main Picture
POP
SPECIALFUNTO
32
Sub Picture
(Picture-out-of-Picture: Programme Scan)
Use POP to search the programmes of all the memorized channels
one-by-one
source
on
the 3 POP
remains the current
grammed
channels
are
display, (while the main picture
channel). The pictures of all the pro-
screen
searched with the 3 POP
screen.
TELETEXT
This feature is not available for all countries.
Teletext
(or TOPtext)
is
an
optional function,
therefore
only
a
setwith the teletext system
can
receive the teletext
broadcast.
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
consists of
FASTEXT
a
are
can
support the SIMPLE,
number of pages which
more modern methods
TOP and FASTEXT
SIMPLE
(standard teletext)
by directly entering the corresponding page number. TOP and
allowing quick and easy selection of teletext information.
are
systems.
selected
Switch on/off
Press the TEXT button to switch to teletext. The initial page
Two page
numbers, TV station
name,
date and time
are
last page appears on the screen.
displayed on the screen headline. The first page number
or
indicates your selection, while the second shows the current page displayed.
Press the T E X T or E X I T button to switch off teletext. The previous mode reappears.
SIMPLE Text
A Page selection
1. Enter the desired page number
press
a
wrong number, you
2. The PR +/- button
can
must
as a
three
complete
digit
number with the NUMBER buttons. If
the three
be used to select the
during
selection you
number and then re-enter the correct page number.
digit
preceding or following
page.
SPECIALFUNTO
33
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
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. With the blue button you can progress from block to block.
yellow button to proceed to the next group with automatic overflow to the next block.
2. Use the
3. With the green button you
Alternatively
4. The red button
A
Direct
can
the PR+ button
permits
proceed
can
to the next
existing
page with automatic overflow to the next group.
be used.
to return to
previous
selection.
Alternatively
the PR- button
can
be used.
selection
page
to the SIMPLE teletext
Corresponding
mode, you
can
select
a
page
by entering
it
as a
three
digit
number
using
the NUMBER buttons in TOP mode.
FASTEXT
The teletext pages are colour coded
sponding coloured button.
APage
34
the bottom of the
screen
and
are
selected
by pressing
the
corre-
selection
i
1. Press the
INDEX button to select the index page.
select the pages which are colour coded along the bottom line with the same coloured buttons.
3. Corresponding to the SIMPLE teletext mode, you can select a page by entering its three digit page number
2. You
SPECIALFUNTO
along
can
with the NUMBER buttons in FASTEXT mode.
4. The PR+
-
button
can
be used to select the
preceding
or
following
page.
Teletext Functions
Special
A
REVEAL
Press this button to
Press this button
A
display concealed information, such as solutions
again to remove the information from the display.
of riddles
or
puzzles.
SIZE
Selects double
height text.
enlarge the top half of the page.
button again to enlarge the bottom half of the
button again to return to the normal display.
Press this button to
Press this
Press this
A
page.
UPDATE
Displays
left hand
the TV
picture
corner
of the
on
the
screen.
Press this button to view the
screen
while
When the
updated
waiting
updated
for the
new
teletext page. The display will appear at the top
display will change to the page number.
page is available then
teletext page.
A TIME
When
TV programme, press this button to display the time at the top right hand corner of the screen.
again to remove the display. In the teletext mode, press this button to select a sub page number. The sub page number is displayed at the bottom of the screen. To hold or change the sub page, press the
viewing
a
Press this button
RED/GREEN,
Press
again
FG
or
NUMBER buttons.
to exit this function.
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 button
is
pressed
the stop
symbol
is
displayed
at the
top left-hand
corner
of the
screen
and the automatic page
SPECIALFUNTO
change
is inhibited.
To continue press this button
again.
35
TV MENU
ON SCREEN MENUS SELECTION AND
Your TV's OSD
( On
Display )
Screen
may differ
slightly
from what is shown in this manual.
1
Press the MENU button and then D / E button to
2
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
3
Change
You
the
setting
to the
can move
an
STATION
PSM
PICTURE
CSM
SOUND
Programme edit
TIME
Favourite prog.
SPECIAL
SPECIAL
SCREEN
SCREEN
Prev.
Menu
STATION
Auto
PICTURE
Manual
TIME
config.
ARC
PIP
SCREEN
Reset
Reset
PICTURE
XGA Mode
SPECIAL
Advanced
Prev.
menu
config.
Transparency
STATION
SSM
PICTURE
AVL
SOUND
Balance
TIME
Speaker
Menu
Prev.
SOUND
menu
STATION
Language
STATION
Clock
PICTURE
Child lock
PICTURE
Off time
TIME
SPECIAL
SCREEN
0
SPECIAL
Prev.
SOUND
menu
SCREEN
SCREEN
ISM Method
SOUND
TIME
Low Power
menu
On time
Auto
sleep
SPECIAL
Set ID
SCREEN
Demo
Prev.
Menu
SPECIAL
!
or
Manual programme
SOUND
Menu
item.
Auto programme
STATION
TVMENU
menu
menu.
PICTURE
TIME
Menu
level
a menu
each
pull-down menu with F / G button.
by pressing the OK or MENU button.
item in the sub
higher
display
STATION
SOUND
Menu
of
ADJUSTMENT
Prev.
TIME
menu
menu
NOTE
The OSD (On Screen Display) function enables you to adjust the screen status conveniently since it provides graphical presentation.
b. In this manual, the OSD (On Screen Display) may be different from your TV's because it is just example to
help the TV operation.
(The OSD mainly use pictures for the 42PC1R * 50PC1R * 50PC3R *. )
c. In the teletext mode, menus are not
displayed.
d. In some models, XGA will display on the SCREEN menu.
e. It's not available to use ISM Method and Low Power in 32LC2R * 37LC2R * 42LC2R * 32LB1R *
37LB1R * 42LB1R *
a.
,
,
,
,
36
.
,
,
,
TV MENU
Setting
up TV stations
AUTO PROGRAMME TUNING
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
Up
to 100 TV stations
can
be stored
by
programme numbers
(0
Once you have preset the stations, you will be able to use the
NUMBER buttons to scan the stations you have programmed.
Stations
can
be tuned
using
automatic
or
to
SLEEP
99).
PR +/-
or
OK
manual modes.
All stations that can be received are stored by this method.
It is recommended that you use auto programme during installation of
this set.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select the
STATION
Auto programme
menu.
Manual programme
2
Programme edit
Press the G button and then DE button to select Auto
Favourite prog.
programme.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select
4
Press the FG button to select a TV system menu;
L
: SECAM L/L'
(option)
BG : PAL B/G, SECAM B/G (Europe / East Europe / Asia
/ New Zealand / M.East / Africa / Australia)
I
: PAL I/II
(U.K. / Ireland / Hong Kong / South Africa)
DK : PAL D/K, SECAM D/K (East Europe / China / Africa / CIS)
M : (USA / Korea / Philippines) (option)
5
Press the DE button to select
6
Press the F
beginning
G button
or
Storage
System.
1
Auto programme
G
System
Manual programme
Storage from
Programme edit
Start
1
Favourite prog.
from.
NUMBER buttons to select the
programme number. If you
number under 10 is entered with
a
use
NUMBER
buttons, any
2
Press the DE button to select Start.
C05
BG
System
Storage from
8
All receivable stations
To
begin
are
auto
programming.
auto
When auto
menu
5
50%
stored.
programming, press the MENU button.
programming is completed, the Programme edit
appears on the screen. See the Programme edit section
stop
7
Auto programme
Name
Press the G button to
~
numeric '0' in front of it,
i.e.' 05 'for5.
7
BG
Menu
Stop
8
TVMENU
to edit the stored programme.
9
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
37
TV MENU
Setting
up TV stations
MANUAL PROGRAMME TUNING
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
SLEEP
Manual programme lets you manually tune and arrange the stations
in whatever order you desire.
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select the
STATION menu.
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select Manual
PR
MUTE
programme.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select
4
Press the F
G button
or
Auto programme
Storage.
Manual programme
Programme edit
NUMBER buttons to select the
Favourite prog.
desired programme number (0 to 99). If you use NUMBER
buttons, any number under 10 is entered with a numeric '0' in
'
front of it, i.e. 05 'for5.
5
Press the DE button to select
6
G button to select a TV system menu;
Press the F
L
: SECAM L/L'
(option)
BG : PAL B/G, SECAM B/G (Europe / East Europe / Asia
/ New Zealand / M.East / Africa / Australia)
I
: PAL I/II
(U.K. / Ireland / Hong Kong / South Africa)
DK : PAL D/K, SECAM D/K (East Europe / China / Africa / CIS)
M : (USA / Korea / Philippines) (option)
System.
7
Press the DE button to select Band.
8
Press the FG button to select
1
Auto programme
Manual programme
Programme edit
Favourite prog.
G
5
Storage
BG
System
Band
V/UHF
Channel
5
Fine
Search
Name
V/UHF
or
Cable.
C05
Off
Booster
9
TVMENU
38
Press the DE button to select Channel.
select the desired programme number with the FG
button or number buttons. If possible, select the programme
number directly with the number buttons. Any number under 10
is entered with a numeric '0' in front of it, i.e. '0 5' for 5.
10
You
11
Press the DE button to select Search.
12
Press the FG button to
can
commence
searching.
If a station is
found the search will stop.
13
Press the OK button to store it.
14
To store another station,
15
Press the EX I T button to return to normal TV
repeat steps
3 to 1 3.
viewing.
2
~
13
FINE TUNING
LIST
Normally
fine
tuning
is
only
necessary if
reception
is poor.
MENU
I/II
EXIT
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
123
1
Press the MEN U button and then DE button to select the
STATION
2
menu.
Press the G button and then DE button to select Manual
Auto programme
Manual programme
programme.
Programme edit
Favourite prog.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select Fine.
4
Press the FG button to to fine tune for the best
picture
and sound.
1
5
6
Press the O K button to store it.
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
Auto programme
viewing.
Manual programme
Storage
Programme edit
System
Favourite prog.
Band
5
BG
V/UHF
Channel
5
Fine
FG
Search
Name
C05
Off
Booster
Store
2
~
5
TVMENU
39
TV MENU
Setting
up TV stations
ASSIGNING A STATION NAME
LIST
You
can
assign
a
station
name
I/II
MENU
EXIT
with five characters to each
SLEEP
programme number.
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
123
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select the
STATION
2
menu.
Press the G button and then DE button to select Manual
Auto programme
Manual programme
programme.
Programme edit
Favourite prog.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select Name.
4
Press the G button and then DE button. You
blank,
+,
-
can use a
,the number0to9andthe alphabetAtoZ.
1
5
Press the F
G button to select the
your choice of the second
position
character, and
and make
so on.
Auto programme
Manual programme
Storage
Programme edit
System
Favourite prog.
6
5
BG
Band
V/UHF
Channel
5
Fine
Press the O K button to store it.
Search
Name
G
C05
7
Press the E X IT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
Off
Booster
Store
Edit
G
2
TVMENU
40
~
6
BOOSTER
(Option)
LIST
In
some
models,
with Booster
If the
B
can
reception
o o s
t
e r
perform
is
an
optional
function.
Only
a
set
I/II
MENU
EXIT
SLEEP
this function.
is poor at the
fringe
area
of TV
signal,
select
OK
Booster to On.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
Auto programme
1
2
Manual programme
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
Programme edit
the STATION
menu.
Press the G button and then
Favourite prog.
use
DE button to select
Booster.
1
3
Press the G button and then
use
DE button to select
Auto programme
On
or
Off.
Manual programme
Storage
Programme edit
System
Favourite prog.
Band
5
BG
V/UHF
Channel
5
Fine
4
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
viewing.
Search
Name
C05
Booster
FG
On
Store
23
TVMENU
41
TV MENU
Setting
up TV stations
PROGRAMME EDIT
LIST
This function enables you to delete or skip the stored programmes. Also you can move some stations to other programme numbers or copy a blank station data into the selected
programme number.
I/II
MENU
EXIT
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
1
2
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select the
STATION menu.
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Programme
edit.
Auto programme
3
Press the G button to
A
Deleting
a
display the Programme edit
Manual programme
menu.
Programme edit
Favourite prog.
programme
1.Select
a
programme to be deleted with the
F
G button.
DE
2.Press the RED button twice.
The selected programme is deleted, all the following
are
programmes
A
Copying
1.Select
a
a
shifted up
one
position.
programme
programme to be
copied
with the DE
button.
Auto programme
2.Press the GREEN button.
All the
A
following
Moving
1.Select
a
a
programmes
1
FG
are
shifted down
one
position.
Manual programme
Programme edit
To set
G
Favourite prog.
programme
programme to be moved with the DE
FG
button.
2.Press the YELLOW button.
3.Move the programme to the desired programme number
FG button.
with the DE
4.Press the YELLOW button again to release this function.
2
programme number
1.Select a programme number to be skipped with the DE
F
G button.
A
TVMENU
Skipping
a
Programme edit
2.Press the BLUE button. The skipped programme turns to blue.
3.Press the BLUE button again to release the skipped programme.
When a programme number is skipped it means that you
will be unable to select it using the DE button during
normal TV viewing. If you want to select the skipped pro
gramme, directly enter the programme number with the
NUMBER buttons or select it in the programme edit or
table
menu.
42
Press the EX I T button to return to normal TV
viewing.
C02
5
S15
1
C04
6
S16
2
C05
7
S17
3
C06
8
S18
4
S14
9
S19
Delete
Copy
Move
Skip
Menu
4
0
Prev.
3
FAVOURITE PROGRAMME
This function lets you select your favourite programmes
LIST
directly.
I/II
MENU
EXIT
Repeatedly
SLEEP
press the F A V button to select stored favourite
programmes.
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
1
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
the STATION
2
menu.
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Auto programme
Favourite programme.
Manual programme
Programme edit
Favourite prog.
3
Press the G button.
4
Press the DE button to select
5
Select
a
-
-
-
desired programme with the F
NUMBER buttons.
Any
-
-
-
-
-.
G button
or
1
number under 10 is entered with
numeric '0'in front of it, i.e.'0 5' for 5.
a
Auto programme
Manual programme
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Programme edit
6
To store another programme,
You
7
can
repeat steps 4
to 5.
store up to 8 programmes.
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
Favourite prog.
G
2~6
TVMENU
43
TV MENU
Setting
up TV stations
CALLING THE PROGRAMME TABLE
LIST
check the programmes stored in the memory
displaying the programme table.
You
can
MENU
EXIT
by
I/II
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
A
Displaying
MUTE
Press the LIST button to
display the Programme
The programme table appears
on
the
a.
table
menu.
screen.
123
One programme table contains ten programmes
!
as
below.
NOTE
You may find
to be
some
skipped by
blue programmes.
auto
programming
They
or
have been set up
in the programme edit
mode.
b.
Some programmes with the channel number shown in the programme table indicate there is
A
Selecting
Select
a
a
no
station
name
assigned.
programme in the programme table
programme with the DE
F
G button.
Then press the OK button. The set switches to the chosen
programme number.
A
Paging through
There
are
a
programme
table
10 programme table pages in which contain 100 programmes.
Pressing the
DE
FG button
repeatedly turns
Press the LIST button to return to normal TV
TVMENU
44
PR
programme table
viewing.
the pages.
Programme List
0
C02
5
S15
1
C04
6
S16
2
C05
7
S17
3
C06
8
S18
4
S14
9
S19
TV MENU
PSM
Picture Menu
Status
(Picture
Memory)
LIST
MENU
EXIT
Dynamic
Select this
Standard
The most
Mild
Select this
option
Select this
option
User
1/2
option
general
to
display
with
and natural
to
to
display
status.
mild
image.
the user-defined
setting.
a
SLEEP
sharp image.
screen
display with
use
a
I/II
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the PICTURE
menu.
PSM
CSM
Advanced
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select PSM.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Reset
Intelligent Eye (only 32LB1R */ 37LB1R */ 42LB1R )
Dynamic, Standard, Mild, User 1, or User 2.
*
1
PSM
CSM
G
Dynamic
Standard
Mild
4
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
User 1
Advanced
User 2
Reset
?
PSM
adjusts
the TV for the best
picture
Select the preset value in the PSM
programme
?
When
appearance.
menu
based
on
the
category.
adjusting
User
options (contrast, brightness,
colour, and sharpness, tint) manually, PSM automatically
changes
?
Picture
to User
.
options Intelligent Eye (only
32LB1R */
2
~
5
TVMENU
37LB1R */ 42LB1R * ), Dynamic, Standard, Mild and
User are preset and programmed for good picture quali-
ty
?
at the
factory
and cannot be
changed.
When the
Intelligent eye function is on, the most suitable pic
automatically adjusted according to the surrounding
ditions. (only 32LB1R */ 37LB1R */ 42LB1R )
ture is
con
*
45
TV MENU
Picture Menu
PICTURE
ADJUSTMENT (PSM-User option)
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
Contrast
Adjusts
picture.
the difference between the
light
SLEEP
and dark levels in the
OK
decreases amount of white in the your
Brightness
Increases
Colour
Adjusts intensity
or
picture.
of all colours.
Q.VIEW
Sharpness
Adjusts
the level of
and dark
the
Tint
areas
crispness in the edges between the light
picture. The lower the level, the softer
of the
PSM
image.
Adjusts
CSM
Advanced
the balance between red and green levels.
Reset
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
1
the PICTURE
Press the G button and then DE button to select PSM.
2
1
menu.
PSM
Dynamic
CSM
Standard
Mild
User 1
Advanced
Press the G button and then DE button to select User
3
1,
or
G
User 2
Reset
User 2.
Press the G button and then DE button to select the
4
desired
picture option (Contrast, Brightness, Colour,
Sharpness,
or
23
Tint).
5
Press the F
6
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
G button to make
appropriate adjustments.
User 1
TVMENU
viewing.
Contrast
100
Brightness
50
Colour
50
Sharpness
50
Tint
0
G
G
R
45
!
-
46
NOTE
You can't
adjust, colour,
sparpness and tint in the RGB-PC, HDMI-PC mode to the levels you
prefer.
CSM
(Colour
Status
Memory)
LIST
MENU
EXIT
To initialize values
(reset
to default
settings),
select the C
o o
I/II
SLEEP
l
option.
OK
Choose
warm
see
one
of three automatic colour
to enhance hotter colours such
less intense colours with
more
as
adjustments.
Set to
red,
or
set to cool to
blue.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
123
1
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
the PICTURE
2
menu.
Press the G button and then DE button to select CSM.
PSM
CSM
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select
either Cool, Normal, Wa r m
4
,
or
Advanced
User.
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
Reset
viewing.
1
PSM
CSM
G
Cool
Normal
Advanced
Warm
User
Reset
23
TVMENU
47
TV MENU
Picture Menu
MANUAL COLOUR TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
You
can
adjust red,
(CSM
-
User
green, blue to any colour
LIST
option)
temperature you
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
preOK
fer.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
123
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the PICTURE
PSM
CSM
menu.
Advanced
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select CSM.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select User.
4
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Red, Green,
5
or
Blue.
Reset
1
PSM
CSM
Cool
Advanced
Warm
Normal
Press the FG button to make
appropriate adjustments.
User
G
Reset
6
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
viewing.
2
User
TVMENU
Red
0
Green
0
Blue
0
G
3~5
48
FUNCTION
LIST
XD is LG electronic's
a
real HD
source
unique picture improving technology
through
an
advanced
display
digital signal processing
to
MENU
I/II
EXIT
SLEEP
algorithm.
OK
This
menu
is activatived after
selecting
the User1
or
User2 of
PSM.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
1
the PICTURE
2
MUTE
menu.
Press the G button and then DE button to select XD.
PSM
CSM
Press the G button and then DE button to select
3
Advanced
Manual.
Reset
4
Press the G button and then DE button to select
X D
Contrast, XD Colour, XD NR
or
MPEG NR.
1
Press the G button and then FG button to make
5
appropriate adjustments.
PSM
CSM
G
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
6
viewing.
Advanced
Reset
Auto
Manual
XD Contrast
On
XD Colour
On
XD NR
?
XD Contrast
to the
according
?
XD Color
matically
:
Optimizing
brightness
the contrast
auto-matically
of the reflection.
Adjusting the colors of the reflection autoreproduce as closely as possible to the nat:
to
ural colors.
?
XDNR:
does not
?
Removing
damage
the noise up to the
the
on
the
screen
where it
original picture.
MPEG NR :To reduce the
appear
point
noise which may
picture
during watching
Off
MPEG NR
0
23
TVMENU
the TV.
49
TV MENU
Picture Menu
ADVANCED
LIST
When you watch the movie, this function adjusts the set to
the best picture appearance. Adjusting the contrast and the
brightness
of the
screen
using
the black level of the
or
screen.
OK
following mode:
Component1/2 480i/576i.
Black Level- function works in the
following
I/II
SLEEP
Cinema- function works in the
TV, AV1, AV2
MENU
EXIT
mode:
AV(NTSC), HDMI[PC/DTV].
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
PSM
the PICTURE
menu.
CSM
Advanced
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select Advanced.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select Cinema
or
Reset
Black Level.
1
4
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Low
On, Off,
PSM
high.
or
?
Low
?
H igh
The reflection of the
:
:
CSM
screen
The reflection of the
screen
gets darker.
gets brighter.
Advanced
Reset
G
Cinema
Off
Black level
Auto
5
TVMENU
50
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
24
RESET
LIST
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
1
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
the PICTURE
Q.VIEW
menu.
VOL
PR
MUTE
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select Reset.
123
3
Press the G button to initialize the
?
Returns to the default
at the
adjusted
value.
settings PSM, CSM, XD,
Advanced
PSM
CSM
factory.
Advanced
Reset
1
PSM
CSM
Advanced
Reset
G
To set
23
TVMENU
51
TV MENU
SSM
You
Sound Menu
Status
(Sound
can
Memory)
select your
preferred sound setting; Surround MAX,
Sports and you can also adjust the sound
equalizer.
Flat, Music, Movie
of the
frequency
SSM lets you
LIST
or
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
OK
enjoy the
best sound without any special adjustment
because the TV sets the appropriate sound options based on
the programme content.
When
sound
adjusting
switches U
equalizer manually,
SSM
automatically
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
s e r.
MUTE
Surround
for
good
MAX, Flat, Music, Movie, and Sports
sound
quality
Surround MAX
Flat
M
u s
i
c
S p
o r
User
t
s
Select this
and
factory
option
The most
commanding
Select this
option
tening
Movie
at the
to
are
not
preset
are
adjustable.
to sound realistic.
SSM
and natural audio.
enjoy
the
original
AVL
sound when lis
Balance
to the music.
Select this
option
to
Select this
option
to watch
option
to
Select this
0
Speaker
enjoy
use
sublime sound.
sports broadcasting.
the user-defined audio set-
tings.
1
SSM
1
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
G
Balance
Surround MAX
Flat
AVL
0
Music
Movie
the SOUND
Speaker
menu.
Sports
User
2
3
TVMENU
52
Press the G button and then DE button to select SSM.
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Surround MAX, Flat, Music, Movie,
4
Sports,
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
or
User.
viewing.
23
TV MENU
Sound Menu
SOUND FREQUENCY
(SSM
Adjust
User
-
the sound
ADJUSTMENT
option)
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
equalizer.
SLEEP
OK
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the SOUND
Q.VIEW
VOL
menu.
PR
MUTE
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select SSM.
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select User.
4
Press the G button.
SSM
AVL
Balance
5
Select
Make
6
0
Speaker
a
sound band
appropriate
by pressing
the DE button.
sound level with the F
G button.
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
1
SSM
G
Surround MAX
Flat
AVL
Balance
0
Speaker
Music
Movie
Sports
User
2
~
4
User
120Hz
FG
200Hz
TVMENU
500Hz
1.2KHz
3KHz
7.5KHz
12KHz
5
53
TV MENU
AVL
Sound Menu
(Auto
Volume
Leveler)
LIST
MENU
EXIT
AVL
automatically keeps
change programmes.
on
an
equal
volume level
even
I/II
SLEEP
if you
OK
Q.VIEW
1
the SOUND
2
VOL
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
PR
menu.
Press the G button and then DE button to select AVL
SSM
.
AVL
Balance
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select On
4
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
or
0
Speaker
Off.
viewing.
1
SSM
AVL
G
On
Balance
0
Off
Speaker
BALANCE
ADJUSTMENT
23
You
can
adjust
the sound balance of
speaker
to the levels you
prefer.
SSM
TVMENU
AVL
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the SOUND
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select Balance.
3
Press the
desired
4
54
G button and then F
Balance
0G
LR
Speaker
menu.
G button to make
23
adjustment.
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
viewing.
SPEAKER
You
can
the internal
adjust
speaker
LIST
status.
MENU
EXIT
I/II
SLEEP
AV1, AV2,COMPONENT1 COMPONENT2, RGB and
HDMI/DVI with HDMI to DVI cable, TV speaker and/or variIn
,
able audio
be
can
outputted
even
though
there is
no
video
OK
signal.
If you want to
the internal
use
your external hi-fi stereo
speakers
system,
turn off
of the set.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
1
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to select
the SOUND
menu.
2
Press the G button and then DE button to select
3
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Speaker.
SSM
AVL
On
or
Off.
Balance
0
Speaker
4
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
1
SSM
AVL
Balance
Speaker
G
On
Off
23
TVMENU
55
TV MENU
Sound Menu
STEREO/DUAL RECEPTION
When
a
programme is selected, the sound information for the
station appears after the programme number and station name
LIST
disappear.
Sends the
DUAL I
MENU
EXIT
primary
broadcast
Sends the
DUAL I+II
Sends
secondary
loudspeakers.
a
broadcast
separate language
to each
SLEEP
to the
language
OK
loudspeakers.
DUAL II
I/II
language
to the
loudspeaker.
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
A Mono sound selection
If the stereo
signal is weak in stereo reception, you can switch to
by pressing the III button twice. In mono reception, the
depth of sound is improved. To switch back to stereo, press the
I I I button twice again.
mono
A
Language
If
selection for dual
programme received two
switch to DUAL I, DUAL II
a
button
TVMENU
56
repeatedly.
language
broadcast
languages (dual language),
or DUAL I+II
by pressing
you
the I
can
II
Broadcast
On
Mono
MONO
Stereo
STEREO
Dual
DUAL I
Screen
Display
NICAM RECEPTION
If the set is
(Near
equipped with the receiver for NICAM reception, the high quality NICAM
Companding Audio Multiplex) digital sound can be received.
Instantaneous
Sound output can be selected
ing the I/II button repeatedly.
When NICAM
mono
is
according
received, you
When NICAM stereo is received, you
If the stereo
signal
is
weak, switch
or
can
can
to FM
When NICAM dual is received, you
NICAM DUAL I+II
to the
can
type of received broadcast
select NICAM MONO
or
select NICAM STEREO
as
follows
by
press-
FM MONO.
or
FM MONO.
mono.
select NICAM DUAL I, NICAM DUAL II
or
MONO.
SPEAKER SOUND OUTPUT SELECTION
In
AV1, AV2, Component1, Component2, RGB, HDMI/DVI mode, you
for the left and
Repeatedly
L+R : Audio
L+L :
R+R :
can
select output sound
right loudspeakers.
press the I / I I button to select the sound
from audio L
output.
is sent to the left loud
signal
input
speaker and audio signal
R input is sent to the right loud speaker.
Audio signal from audio L input is sent to left and right loud speakers.
Audio signal from audio R input is sent to left and right loud speakers.
from audio
TVMENU
57
TV MENU
Time Menu
CLOCK SETUP
You must set the time
correctly
before
using on/off time
function.
LIST
MENU
EXIT
If current time
unplugged,
SLEEP
power failure or the set is
reset the clock. After approx. 5 minutes.
setting
is erased
I/II
by
a
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
MUTE
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to
select the TIME
menu.
Clock
Press the G button and then D / E button to select Clock.
Off time
On time
Auto
sleep
Press the G button and then DE button to set the hour.
Press the G button and then DE button to set the
minutes.
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
1
viewing.
Clock
G
--:--
Off time
On time
Auto
TVMENU
58
sleep
23
ON/OFF TIME
LIST
The Off time
preset
automatically
switches the set to
at the
standby
I/II
MENU
EXIT
SLEEP
time.
OK
Two hours after the set is switched
it will
ton
automatically switch
has been pressed.
back to
by the on time function
standby mode unless a buton
Q.VIEW
Once the
at the
on
preset
time/off time is set, these functions operate
VOL
PR
time.
MUTE
Off time function overrides On timer function if
both to the
daily
same
they
are
set
123
time.
The set must be in
standby
mode for the On timer to work.
Clock
Off time
On time
Press the M E N U button and then DE button to
select the TIME
Auto
menu.
Press the G button and then D
sleep
E button to select
Off time/On time.
1
Press the G button and then D
E button to select On.
Clock
?
To cancel On/Off timer
function, select Off.
Off time
G
Auto
On
Off
On time
sleep
--
:
--
Press the G button and then D / E button to set the hour.
Press the G button and then D / E button to set the
minutes.
23
For
?
only
On
Programme :
timer
function
Auto
Volume: Press the G button and then D / E button to
adjust
sleep
G
On
Off
18
Volume
volume level at turn-on.
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
Off time
On time
ton to select the programme.
?
TVMENU
Clock
Press the G button and then D/E but-
Programme
:
00
30
0
viewing.
456
59
TV MENU
Time Menu
AUTO SLEEP
LIST
MENU
EXIT
If set to
on
and there is
the TV turns off
input signal,
no
I/II
SLEEP
automatically
OK
after 10 minutes.
Q.VIEW
VOL
Press the MENU button and then D / E button to select
1
the TIME
PR
MUTE
menu.
Clock
Press the G button and then D / E button to select Auto
2
sleep.
Off time
On time
Auto
3
Press the G button and then D / E button to select On
4
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
or
sleep
Off.
viewing.
1
Clock
Off time
On time
SLEEP TIMER
Auto
sleep
G
On
Off
You don't have to remember to switch the set off before you go
to
sleep.
The
sleep
timer
automatically
elapsed.
switches the set to
standby
after
23
the preset time has
1
Press the S L E E P button
of minutes. The
screen,
TVMENU
?
to select the number
repeatedly
'
'
z
will appear
display
followed by 10, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120, 180
z
-
-
-
When the number of minutes you want is
the
screen,
the timer
begins
on
the
and 240.
displayed
on
to count down from the
number of minutes selected.
z
z
---
?
To view the
ton
?
remaining sleep
once.
To cancel the
sleep time, repeatedly
but ton until the
?
display
'
z
press the S L E E P
'
z
-
-
-
appears.
When you switch the set off, the set releases the preset
sleep
60
time, press the SLEEP but
time.
Min
TV MENU
Special
Menu
CHILD LOCK
The TV can be set so that the remote control is needed to
control it.
This feature can be used to prevent unauthorized viewing.
This set is
set to
even
to remember which
if you turn the set off.
programmed
option
it
was
last
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
SLEEP
OK
Q.VIEW
VOL
1
Press the MENU button and then D / E button to select
the SPECIAL
2
PR
MUTE
menu.
Press the G button and then D/E button to select
Language
Child lock.
Child lock
ISM Method
Low Power
Press the G button and then D/E button to select
3
On
or
Demo
Off.
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
4
Set ID
viewing.
1
Language
Child lock
G
On
Off
ISM Method
Low Power
Set ID
Demo
23
!
-
NOTE
In Child
lock'On',ifthe setisturnedoff,press the
POWER, INPUT, TV,
PR +/-
or
NUMBER buttons
/ I, INPUT, PR D / Ebutton
on
on
the set
or
the remote control.
'
-
TVMENU
Child lock on' appears
With the Child lock On, the display
front panel is pressed while viewing the set.
on
the
screen
if any button
on
the
61
TV MENU
ISM
Menu
Special
(Image Sticking Minimization)
A frozen of still
PC/video game
displayed on the
prolonged periods
ghost image remaining even when you change the image. Avoid allowing a fixed
image to remain on the set's screen for a long period of time.
screen
picture
from
METHOD
for
a
will result in
It's not available to
use
PIP PR-
PIP PR+
this function in LCD TV models.
LIST
removes
Note: An excessive
clear
MENU
EXIT
White wash
White wash
entirely
PIP INPUT
SWAP
a
permanent images from the screen.
permanent image may be impossible
I/II
SLEEP
to
OK
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
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
every 2 minutes.
Inversion
This is the function to invert the
The
panel
color is
automatically
panel
color of the
screen.
inverted every 30 minutes.
Language
Child lock
ISM Method
Low Power
Set ID
Demo
1
Press the MENU button and then D / E button to
select the SPECIAL
menu.
1
2
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
Language
Child lock
ISM Method.
ISM Method
Low Power
TVMENU
3
either Normal, White wash, Orbiter
Demo
Inversion
Inversion.
If you unnecessary to set this function, set Normal.
4
62
or
Normal
White wash
Orbiter
Set ID
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
G
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
viewing.
23
LOW POWER
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
This is the function to reduce the power
It's not available to
consumption
SLEEP
of the set.
OK
this function in LCD TV models
use
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
Language
Child lock
1
ISM Method
Press the MENU button and then D / E button to
select the SPECIAL
Low Power
menu.
Set ID
Demo
2
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
Low power.
3
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
On
or
1
Off.
Language
4
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
viewing.
Child lock
ISM Method
Low Power
G
On
Off
Set ID
Demo
XD DEMO
Use it to
see
23
the difference between XD Demo
on
and XD
Demo off.
Language
It's not available to
this function in
use
Child lock
RGB[PC], HDMI[PC]
ISM Method
mode.
Low Power
Set ID
Demo
1
Press the MENU button and then
select the SPECIAL
2
use
Press the G button and then
use
D / E button to select
23
?
XD Demo
XD TM Off
3
Press the G button to
4
To
*
begin
XD TM On
XD Demo.
XD Demo, press the MENU button.
In 'Child lock
button
TVMENU
menu.
XD Demo.
stop
To start
G
D / E button to
on
Off',
to
stop 'XD Demo',
press any
Menu
Exit
the set.
63
TV MENU
Screen Menu
AUTO CONFIGURE
(RGB [PC]
Automatically adjusts picture position
shaking.
and minimizes
config.
only)
image
LIST
MENU
I/II
EXIT
Although the image is still not correct, your
properly but needs further adjustment.
The Auto
mode
set is
SLEEP
functioning
OK
functions don't need to be
run
for HDMI
mode.
Q.VIEW
Auto
configure
VOL
PR
MUTE
This function is for the automatic
adjustment of the screen position, clock, and phase. The displayed image will unstable for a few
seconds while the auto configuration is in progress.
Auto
config.
Manual
config.
XGA Mode
ARC
PIP
1
Press the MENU button and then
select the SCREEN
2
D / E button to
Transparency
Reset
menu.
Press the G button and then
select Auto
use
use
D / E button to
1
config..
Auto
config.
Manual
G
To Set
config.
XGA Mode
3
Press the G button to start Auto
config..
ARC
PIP
?
When Auto
config
.
has finished, OK will be shown
on
Transparency
Reset
screen.
?
If the
Auto
If
TVMENU
of the
image
is still not correct,
try
adjustment again.
picture
needs to be
in RGB
adjusted
adjustment
(PC),
config.
Manual
4
64
position
you
more
can
after Auto
adjust
the
.
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
viewing.
23
MANUAL CONFIGURE
LIST
If the
picture
isn't clear after auto
cially if characters
phase manually.
To correct the
adjustment and espetrembling, adjust the picture
still
are
I/II
SLEEP
OK
screen
size,
This function works in the
RGB[DTV],
MENU
EXIT
COMPONENT
adjust
Clock
.
mode
following
:
RGB[PC],
(480p/576p/720p/1080i),
Q.VIEW
VOL
HDMI/DVI mode.
PR
MUTE
It's not available to
COMPONENT
use
Phase, Clock function in RGB[DTV],
(480p/576p/720p/1080i),
HDMI/DVI
123
mode.
It's available to
Cl
o c
use
H/V-Position in
HDMI/DVI[DTV]
k This function is to minimize any vertical bars
visible
on
the
screen
size will also
background.
change.
screen
Phase This function allows you to
and clear
or
sharpen
the
or
stripes
Auto
And the horizontal
config.
XGA Mode
ARC
PIP
any horizontal noise
of characters.
remove
image
config.
Manual
Transparency
Reset
1
1
Press the MENU button and then
use
D/E button to
Auto
select the SCREEN
2
Press the G button and then D/E button to select
Phase
0
Clock
0
ARC
H-Position
0
PIP
V-Position
0
Transparency
Press the G button and then D / E button to select
or
V-Position.
Press the F / G button to make
2
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
~
4
TVMENU
appropriate
adjustments.
5
G
config..
Phase, Clock, H-Position
4
config.
XGA Mode
Reset
Manual
3
config.
Manual
menu.
viewing.
65
TV MENU
Screen Menu
Options
SETTING THE PICTURE FORMAT
ARC
VCR
TEXT
PIP PR-
You
watch the
can
Full
a
in various
picture formats;
(option), Original, 4:3, 16:9(Wide),
Zoom2
If
screen
S p
e c
t
a c
PIP
SIZE
POSTION
PIP PR+
SWAP
PIP INPUT
l e,
14:9 and Zoom1or
.
fixed
image
is
displayed on the screen for a long time, that fixed
imprinted on the screen and remain visible.
image
may become
There
might
be uncomfortable in full mode. Then
change
LIST
MENU
SLEEP
into other
mode.
You
OK
can
adjust
the
DE button.
enlarge proportion using
This function works in the
1
following signal.
Press the M E N U button and then
select the SCREEN
DE button to
use
menu.
2
Press the G button and then
3
Press the G button and then
use
DE button to select ARC.
use
DE button to select
Auto
Zoom1
or
config.
Manual
Spectacle, Full(option), Original, 4:3, 16:9, 14:9,
config.
XGA Mode
Zoom2.
ARC
PIP
?
I/II
EXIT
Spectacle
Transparency
Reset
When your TV receives the wide screen signal, when
selected it will adjust the picture horizontally, in non-linear
proportion, to fill the entire screen.
?
F
u
l
l(option)
1
When your TV receives the wide screen signal, when
selected it will adjust the picture horizontally or vertically,
in a linear proportion, to fill the entire screen fully.
?
Auto
config.
Manual
config.
XGA Mode
ARC
Original
When your TV receives the wide screen signal, it will be
automatically changed to the picture format to be sent.
PIP
Transparency
Reset
Spectacle
G
Full
Original
4:3
16:9
14:9
?
TVMENU
Zoom1
4:3
Following selection will lead you to view a picture with
original 4:3 aspect ratio, with bars appearing at both
the left and right sides.
?
?
16:9
(Wide)
Following selection will lead you to adjust the picture hor
izontally, in a linear proportion, to fill the entire screen
(useful for viewing 4:3 formatted DVDs).
14:9
You
can
enjoy the picture
programme
just
66
Zoom2
an
through
like that the
format of 14:9
the 14:9 mode. The
screen
4:3 is
magnified
or
general
TV
14:9 is viewed
to the left / right.
screen
23
?
Zoom1
Following
selection will lead you to view the
alternation, while filling the entire
bottom
portions
of the
picture
screen.
will be
picture
without any
!
However, the top and
cropped.
G
NOTE
only select 4:3 16:9
RGB[PC], HDMI[PC]
(Wide)
mode only.
You can only select 4:3 16:9
(Wide) and Zoom1 Zoom2 in
RGB[DTV], HDMI/DVI[DTV],
Component mode only.
You
can
,
in
?
Zoom2
Choose Zoom2 when you want the picture to be altered,
both horizontally extended and vertically cropped. The pic
ture taking a halfway trade off between alteration and screen
coverage.
4
Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV
A Scroll function
G
,
,
viewing.
(Option)
Press the ARC button and then
use
DE
button to
move
screen.
Spectacle
D
E
TVMENU
67
TV MENU
Screen Menu
Options
SELECTING WIDE VGA/XGA MODE
LIST
To
see a
normal
picture,
MENU
I/II
EXIT
match the resolution of RGB mode
SLEEP
and selection of VGA/XGA mode.
This function works in the
following
mode:
RGB[PC]
OK
mode
Q.VIEW
VOL
PR
Auto
1
Press the M E N U button and then
select the SCREEN
use
DE button to
Manual
menu.
Press the G button and then
XGA Mode
3
config.
XGA Mode
ARC
PIP
2
config.
use
Transparency
Reset
DE button to select
(or VGA Mode).
Press the G button and then
use
DE button to select
1
the desired VGA/XGA resolution.
Auto
4
Press the E X I T button to return to normal TV
config.
Manual
viewing.
config.
XGA Mode
G
1024x768
ARC
1280x768
PIP
1360x768
Transparency
1366x768
Reset
23
INITIALIZING
(Reset
to
original factory settings)
This function operates in current mode.
To initialize the adjusted value
Auto
config.
Manual
TVMENU
1
Press the MENU button and then DE button to select
the SCREEN
menu.
ARC
PIP
Transparency
Reset
2
config.
XGA Mode
G
To set
Press the G button and then DE button to select
Reset.
3
Press the G button.
?
You
can
initialize Auto
23
config,
Manual
size, PIP position, PIP Transparency.
68
config, Position,
PIP
APPENDIX
EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICE SETUP
Connect the RS-232C
control
system)
input jack
Connect the serial
an
external control device
port of the control device
l.RS-232C connection cables
RS-232C
to
and control the Monitor's functions
are
not
supplied
(such
as a
computer
or an
A/V
externally.
to the RS-232C
jack
on
the Monitor back pane
with the Monitor.
Setup
TV)
MONO
Type of Connector;
D-Sub 9-Pin Male
No.
Pin Name
1
No connection
( Receive data )
( Transmit data )
( DTE side ready)
2
RXD
3
TXD
4
DTR
5
GND
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
No Connection
1
( DCE side ready)
( Ready to send )
( Clear to send )
5
APENDIX
6
9
69
APPENDIX
RS-232C
7-Wire
Configurations
Configurations ( Standard
RS-232C cable )
PC
TV
RXD
2
3
3-Wire
TXD
Configurations ( Not
standard )
PC
TV
RXD
2
3
TXD
TXD
3
2
RXD
TXD
3
2
RXD
GND
5
5
GND
GND
5
5
GND
DTR
4
6
DSR
DTR
4
6
DTR
DSR
6
4
DTR
DSR
6
4
DSR
RTS
7
8
CTS
RTS
7
7
RTS
CTS
8
7
RTS
CTS
8
8
CTS
D-Sub 9
D-Sub 9
D-Sub 9
D-Sub 9
Set ID
Use this function to
number.
Refer to 'Real Data
page 74.
specify a set ID
Mapping 1'. See
Language
Press the M E N U button and then D / E button
to select the SPECIAL
Child lock
menu.
ISM Method
Low Power
Press the G button and then
use
D/E button to select Set ID.
Set ID
G
Demo
Press the G button and then
adjust
?
use
F / G button to
Set ID to choose the desired monitor ID number.
The
adjustment
range of Set ID is 1
99.
~
Press the E XI T button to return to normal TV
viewing.
Communication Parameters
Baud rate
Data
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70
:
9600
length
Parity
:
:
None
bps ( UART )
8 bits
Stopbit:1bit
Communication code
Use
a
crossed
:
(reverse)
ASCII code
cable.
1
Command Reference List
COMMAND1
COMMAND2
k
01. Power
DATA
(Hexadecimal)
0~1
a
*
COMMAND1
COMMAND2
DATA
(Hexadecimal)
15.
Balance
k
t
0~64
16.
Colour
k
u
0~3
k
v
0~3C(or50)
k
w
0~3C(or50)
k
$
0~3C(or50)
k
z
Ratio
k
c
03. Screen Mute
k
d
0~1
17. Red
04. Volume Mute
k
e
0~1
18. Green
05. Volume Control
k
f
0~64
19. Blue
06. Contrast
k
g
0~64
20. Abnormal Status
07.
k
h
0~64
21. ISM Method
j
p
08. Colour
k
i
0~64
22. Low Power
j
q
09. Tint
k
j
0~64
23. Orbiter Time
Setting
j
r
1~FE
10.
k
k
0~64
24. Orbiter Pixel
Setting
j
s
1~3
11. OSD Select
k
l
0~1
25. Auto
j
u
12. Remote Control
k
m
0~1
26 Channel Select Command
m
a
27. Send IR Code
m
c
13. PIP/DW
k
n
14. PIP Position
k
02.
Aspect
Brightness
Sharpness
lock mode
Transmission /
0~3
[Command 1]
[Command 2]
[Set ID]
:
You
][Set ID][
When
adjust
Setup
selecting
menu.
Set ID
[DATA]
:
on
menu
and
as
Adjustment
range is 1~99.
:
as
Hexa decimal
decimal
( 1~
To transmit command data.
Return
ASCII code '0x0D'
[ ]
:
ASCII code
'space (0x20)'
0~1
1
*
Key
Code
28.
Input
select
(Main)
x
b
29.
Input
select
(PIP)
x
y
*
*
Acknowledgement
[Command2][
][Set ID][
The TV transmits ACK
receiving
][OK][Data][x]
(acknowledgement)
based
on
this for-
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
( 0x0~0x63 )
transmission/receiving protocol.
Carriage
0~a
0~3
'0', every connected the TV
Transmit 'FF' data to read status of comand.
[Cr]
Configure
mat when
the seIDtochoosedesired TV ID
is controlled. Set ID is indicated
on
set.(j,k,mor x)
Second command to control the set.
:
number in
99 )
][Data][Cr]
First command to control the
can
Adjustment
.
OK
:
Adjustment
Protocol
Transmis sion
[Command1][Command2][
Adjustment
*
q
Receiving
Temperature
[Command2][
][Set ID][
The TV transmits ACK
mat when
or
receiving
communication
Data1:
Illegal
Data2: Not
Data3: Wait
][NG][Data][x]
(acknowledgement)
based
on
this for-
abnormal data from non-viable functions
errors.
Code
supported
more
time
function
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71
APPENDIX
01.
Power
05.
(Command2:a)
To control Power On/Off of the TV.
Transmission
Volume
To
adjust
You
[k][a][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Power Off
:
Data 1
:
can
Power On
volume.
also
Transmission
Acknowledgement [a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
adjust
volume with the volume buttons
[k][f][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
DataMin:0~Max:64
To show Power On/Off.
Transmission
(Command2:f)
remote control.
on
Data 0
Control
Refer to 'Real data
[k][a][ ][Set ID][ ][FF][Cr]
mapping
1 '. See page 74
Acknowledgement [f][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Acknowledgement [a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
*
In
a
like
manner,
data based
on
06.
if other functions transmit 'FF'
this format,
data
Acknowledgement
feedback presents status about each function.
Contrast
(Command2:g)
To
screen
adjust
You
can
also
Transmission
02.
Ratio
Aspect
To
You
also
can
format.
screen
the
adjust
Control)
Ratio
(Aspect
in the SCREEN
(Main picture format)
screen
format
button
on
using
Date 2: Wide
Date 3:
Date 5: Full
(4:3)
(16:9)
screen
screen
Date 6:
screen
Date 8: Full
(Zoom1)
(Zoom2)
s s
adjust
You
can
(Command2:h)
screen
also
Original
Date 7: Wide
screen
Brightne
To
screen
(Option)
(14:9)
Transmission
brightness.
adjust brightness
the PC
screen
input,
aspect
you select either 16:9
or
4:3
To select
Transmission
mute
on/off.
(Command2:i)
adjust
You
(Command2:d)
screen
1'. See page 74
ratio.
To
Screen Mute
mapping
Acknowledgement [h][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
08. Colour
03.
can
the
also
Transmission
screen
adjust
colour.
colour in the PICTURE
menu.
[k][i][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
DataMin:0~Max:64
[k][d][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 0
:
Screen mute off
(Picture on)
Refer to 'Real data
Data 1
:
Screen mute
(Picture off)
Acknowledgement [i][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
on
mapping
1'. See page 74
Acknowledgement [d][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
09. Tint
04. Volume
Mute
To
(Command2:e)
also
can
adjust
mute
using
the MUTE button
remote control.
Transmission
APENDIX
72
on
(Command2:j)
adjust
You
To control volume mute on/off.
You
menu.
[k][h][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Refer to 'Real data
Using
in the PICTURE
DataMin:0~Max:64
Acknowledgement [c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
*
1'. See page 74
menu.
Spectacle
Date 4: Full
mapping
Acknowledgement [g][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
[k][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Date 1: Normal
menu.
or
07.
Transmission
contrast in the PICTURE
[k][g][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Refer to 'Real data
the ARC
remote control
adjust
DataMin:0~Max:64
(Command2:c) (Main picture size)
the
adjust
contrast.
can
the
also
Transmission
screen
adjust
tint.
tint in the PICTURE
menu.
[k][j][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
DataRed:0~Green:64
[k][e][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 0
:
Volume mute off
(Volume on)
Data 1
:
Volume mute
(Volume off)
on
Acknowledgement [e][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Refer to 'Real data
mapping
1'. See page 74
Acknowledgement [j][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
10.
15. Balance
Sharpness (Command2:k)
To
adjust
You
can
the
also
screen
sharpness.
adjust sharpness
Transmission
To
in the PICTURE
menu.
[k][k][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
1'. See page 74
mapping
Transmission
16. Color
Screen
(On
trolling remotely.
Display)
on/off when
con-
[k][l][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
To
panel
13. PIP
DW
Data 1: Lock
using
ton
can
on
use
panel
this mode. When main power
In
picture)/DW.
also control the PIP/DW
or
using
in the PIP/DW
Data2: DW1
menu.
2: Warm
3: User
Data3: DW2
To
adjust
POSI-TION button
on
mapping
2'. See page 74
(Command2:w)
[k][w][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Max:
~
3C(or 50)
mapping
2'. See page 74
adjust
red in colour temperature.
[k][$][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Max:
~
Refer to 'Real data
3C(or 50)
mapping
2'. See page 74
Acknowledgement [$][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
picture position
the sub
3C(or 50)
Adjustment (Command2:$)
Transmission
(Command2:q)
adjust
Max:
Acknowledgement [w][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
To
Acknowledgement [n][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
also
[k][v][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
~
red in colour temperature.
Data Min: 0
To select sub
(Command2:v)
18. Green Adjustment
19. Blue
Data5: POP
for PIP.
picture position using
the remote control
or
in the
menu.
Transmission
Right
[k][q][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
down
Data 1: Left down
Data 2: Left up
Data 3:
1: Normal
Refer to 'Real data
[k][n][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data 1: PIP
Data 0:
[k][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
the PIP but-
Data 0:PIP/DW off
PIP/DW
menu.
red in colour temperature.
Data Min: 0
(Picture
the remote control
can
adjust
Transmission
(Command2:n)
Transmission
You
CSM in the PICTURE
adjust
Acknowledgement [v][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
remote control lock is released.
14. PIP Po sition
1'. See page 74
color temperature.
also
Refer to 'Real data
on
the remote control and front
the TV,
To control the PIP
You
can
Transmission
[k][m][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
If you're not
on/off,
adjust
Data Min: 0
Acknowledgement [m][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
is
mapping
Temperature (Command2:u)
17. Red Adjustment
(Command2:m)
Data 0: Lock off
on
Max: 64
Acknowledgement [u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
the set.
Transmission
controls
[k][t][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
on
To lock the remote control and the front
on
menu.
~
Data 0: Cool
Control Lock Mode
controls
balance in the SOUND
adjust
Transmission
Acknowledgement [l][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
12. Remote
To
You
Data 0: OSD off
Data 1: OSD
also
Acknowledgement [t][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
(Command2:l)
To select OSD
can
Refer to 'Real data
Acknowledgement [k][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
11. OSD Select
You
balance.
Data Min: 0
~
Refer to 'Real data
adjust
Transmission
Max: 64
Data Min: 0
(Command2:t)
Right
on screen
on screen
on screen
up
APENDIX
on screen
Acknowledgement [q][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
73
APPENDIX
20. Abnormal State
To
recognize
Transmission
25
(Command2:z)
an
To
abnormal state.
adjust picture position
shaking automatically.
[k][z][ ][Set ID][ ][FF][ ][Cr]
Transmission
Acknowledgement [z][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data 0: Normal
(Power
and
on
by
by sleep
Data 4: Turn the TV off
[j][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Acknowledgement [u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
remote control
26
time function
RS-232C function
by
.
Channel Select Command
To select
Data 5: 5V down
a
(Command1m, Command2:a)
programme for the main
Transmission
Data 6: AC down
picture.
[m][a][ ][Set ID][ ][Data0][ ][Data1]
[ ][Data2][Cr]
Data 7: Turn the TV off
by
Fan Alarm function
Data 8: Turn the TV off
by
Off time function
Data 9: Turn the TV off
*
(PC)
signal exist)
Data 3: Turn the TV off
a:
only
image
in RGB
Data 1: To set
signal (Power on)
Data 2: Turn the TV off
Data
and minimize
It works
mode.
Data FF: Read
Data 1: No
(Command1:j, Command2:u)
Auto Configure
.
Turn the TV off
This function is "read
by Auto sleep
by
(option)
Data0: Min:0~Max:63
Refer to 'Real data
function
AV board detect
only".
Data 1:
Don't
Data2:
0:Main
mapping
1'. See page 74
care
1:Sub
21. ISM Method
(Command1:j, Command2:p)
To control the ISM method. You
Method in SPECIAL
can
also
adjust
Acknowledgement [a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data0][x]
ISM
menu.
This feature is not available for all models.
Transmission
[j][p][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
Real data
0:- 40
Data2: Orbiter
Data3: Inversion
A
:
Step10(SetID10)
2:- 3 8
F
:
Step15(SetID15)
Step16(SetID16)
28:0
10:
64
:
Step
100
6E
:
Step
110
73
:
:
Step
Step
115
74
C7
:
Step
199
FE
:
:
Step
Step
254
FF
Power
(Command1:j, Command2:q)
This feature is not available for all models.
Transmission
1:- 3 9
4E:+38
Data 1: On
Acknowledgement [q][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
23. Orbiter Time
To
adjust
Setting (Command1:j, Command2:r)
orbiter
operation
time term.
This feature is not available for all models.
Transmission
Data Min: 1
[j][r][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][ ][Cr]
Max: FE
~
Refer to 'Real data
mapping
1'. See page 74
Acknowledgement [r][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Orbiter Pix el Setting
To
adjust pixel
(Command1:j, Command2:s)
number in orbiter function.
This feature is not available for all models.
Transmission
[j][s][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
DataMin:1~Max:3
Refer to 'Real data
mapping
1'. See page 74
Acknowledgement [s][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
4F:+39
50:+40
[j][q][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][ ][Cr]
Data 0: Off
74
data
0:Step0
To reduce the power consumption of the monitor.
You can also adjust Low Power in SPECIAL menu.
APENDIX
Real
Data 1: White Wash
22. Low
.
1
Data 0: Normal Mode
Acknowledgement [p][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
24
mapping
116
255
mapping
2
27. Send
IR
Code
(Command1:m, Command2:c)
To send IR remote
Transmission
Data:
Key
key
To
[m][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
code
-
Input
select
(Main Picture
To select
source
MSB
LSB
00000000
External
Input
Number
1
Analog
1
0
AV
0
1
00
0
1
0
1
RGB-DTV
0
11
0
RGB-PC
1
00
1
HDMI
Input
in PIP mode
[x][y][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
External
Input
External
Input
Input
Number
Data
000
1
Analog
1
0
AV
00
0
1
00
0
1
0
1
RGB-DTV
0
11
0
RGB-PC
1
00
1
HDMI
Component
Data
000
00
picture
LSB
for TV
Input
for sub
00000000
Command2:b)
Data: Structure
Input
source
Command2:y)
MSB
[x][b][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
External
adjust input
,
Data: Structure
Input)
input
Transmission
,
(Command1:x
Transmission
Refer to page 77
(Command1:x
select
Input
code.
Acknowledgement [c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
28.
29.
Number
Component
Input
Number
Data
0000
Input1
000
1
Input2
00
1
0
Input3
00
11
Input4
Data
0000
Input1
000
1
Input2
00
1
0
Input3
00
11
Input4
Acknowledgement [y][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Acknowledgement [b][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
APENDIX
75
APPENDIX
IR CODES
1. How to Connect
Connect your wired remote control to the Remote Control
port
on
the TV.
2. Remote Control IR Codes
Output waveform
modulated with 37.917KHz
Single pulse,
at 455KHz
signal
Tc
Carrier
FCAR
frequency
=
1/TC
=
fOSC/12
T1
ratio
Duty
Configuration
=
T1/TC
=
1/3
of frame
1st frame
Lead
Low
High
code
custom code
custom code
Data code
Data code
C0C1C2C3C4C5C6C7D0D1D2D3D4D5D6D7D0D1D2D3D4D5D6D7
Repeat
frame
Repeat
code
Tf
Lead code
9ms
4.5
Repeat
code
0.55
9ms
Bit
ms
2.25
ms
ms
description
Bit "1"
Bit "0"
0.56
0.56
ms
1.12
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ms
2.24
ms
ms
Frame interval: Tf
The waveform is transmitted
Tf
as
long
as a
key
is
depressed.
Tf
Tf=108ms @455KHz
76
REMOTE CONTROL IR CODES
Code
(Hexa)
Function
Code
Note
(Hexa)
Function
Note
0F
TV
R/C Button
72
RED
R/C Button
0B
INPUT
R/C Button
71
GREEN
R/C Button
08
POWER
R/C Button
63
YELLOW
R/C Button
C4
POWER ON
Discrete IR Code
(Only
61
BLUE
R/C Button
C5
POWER OFF
Discrete IR Code
(Only Power OFF)
02
VOL +
R/C Button
60
PIP
R/C Button
03
VOL
R/C Button
0E
SLEEP
R/C Button
00
PR+
R/C Button
20
(Power On/Off)
Power
On)
-
TEXT
R/C Button
01
PR-
R/C Button
0A
I/II
R/C Button
09
MUTE
R/C Button
43
MENU
R/C Button
53
LIST
R/C Button
79
ARC
R/C Button
10~19
NumberKey0~9R/CButton
5B
EXIT
R/C Button
1E
FAVOURITE
R/C Button
07
F
R/C Button
1A
Q.VIEW
R/C Button
06
G
R/C Button
64
SIZE
R/C Button
40
D
R/C Button
62
41
E
R/C Button
44
OK
R/C Button
72
PIP PR-
71
PIP:
POSITION,
R/C Button
Teletext: UPDATE
R/C Button
70
INDEX
R/C Button
R/C Button
26
TIME
R/C Button
PIP PR+
R/C Button
2A
REVEAL
R/C Button
63
SWAP
R/C Button
E0
61
PIP INPUT
R/C Button
E1
+
-
R/C Button
R/C Button
APENDIX
77
APPENDIX
PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE
The remote is
a
multi-brand
or a
universal remote. It
can
be
programmed
to
operate
most remote-control-
lable devices of other manufacturers.
Note that the remote may not control all models of other brands.
Programming a
code into
a
remote mode
Test your remote control.
To find out whether your remote control
can
operate the component without programming, turn on the
component such as a VCR and press the corresponding mode button (such as a DVD or VCR )onthe
remote control, while pointing at the component. Test the POWER and PR+- buttons to see if the component responds properly. If not, the remote requires programming to operate the device.
Turn
on
VCR )
the component to be programmed, then press the corresponding mode button
the remote control. The remote control button of desired device is lighted.
(such
as a
DVD
or
on
Press the MENU and MUTE buttons
simultaneously,
the remote control is
ready
to be
programmed
for the
code.
Enter
the
a
code number
using
the NUMBER buttons
corresponding component
can
be found
on
on
the
the remote control.
following
pages.
Programming code numbers for
Again, if the code is correct, the device
will turn off.
Press the M E N U button to store the code.
Test the remote control functions to
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78
see
if the component
responds properly.
If not, repeat from step 2.
PROGRAMMING CODE
VCRs
Brand
Codes
AIWA
034
AKAI
016
043
125
146
046
Brand
Codes
MAGNAVOX
031
033
067
068
012
031
124
MARANTZ
034
033
041
072
ANAM
031
033
103
AUDIO DYNAMICS
012
023
039
032
040
102
104
105
107
109
112
113
115
120
122
125
0 43
MARTA
101
MATSUI
027
030
BROKSONIC
035
037
129
MEI
031
033
028
031
033
MEMOREX
003
010
014
031
CAPEHART
108
033
034
053
072
CRAIG
003
040
135
139
CURTIS MATHES
031
033
041
DAEWOO
005
007
010
065
108
112
116
101
102
134
MGA
045
046
059
064
MINOLTA
013
020
110
111
MITSUBISHI
013
020
045
046
117
119
049
051
059
061
DAYTRON
108
DBX
012
023
DYNATECH
034
053
ELECTROHOME
059
EMERSON
006
017
025
027
029
031
034
035
NORDMENDE
043
036
037
046
101
OPTONICA
053
054
129
131
138
153
PANASONIC
066
070
074
FISHER
003
008
009
010
133
140
145
FUNAI
034
GE
031
033
063
072
107
109
144
147
132
136
HITACHI
SAMSUNG
067
CANON
151
039
043
012
045
004
018
026
034
137
150
HARMAN KARDON
Codes
069
AMPRO
GO VIDEO
Brand
MTC
034
040
MULTITECH
024
034
NEC
012
023
013
020
022
043
048
135
SANYO
003
007
010
014
102
134
SCOTT
017
037
112
129
003
008
009
010
013
014
017
020
031
042
073
081
054
149
009
031
131
SEARS
101
SHARP
031
SHINTOM
024
SONY
003
039
043
031
031
034
067
PHILIPS
031
033
034
067
071
101
021
048
034
STS
013
SYLVANIA
031
033
054
010
034
039
043
TEAC
034
039
043
TECHNICS
031
033
070
TEKNIKA
019
031
033
034
101
PILOT
101
PIONEER
013
JCL
031
033
PORTLAND
108
JCPENNY
012
013
015
PULSAR
072
040
066
101
QUARTZ
011
014
QUASAR
033
066
075
RCA
013
020
033
040
041
062
063
VICTOR
048
107
109
140
144
VIDEO CONCEPTS
012
145
147
VIDEOSONIC
040
WARDS
THOMAS
034
TMK
006
TOSHIBA
008
013
042
047
059
082
112
131
TOTEVISION
040
101
145
UNITECH
040
034
VECTOR RESEARCH 012
JENSEN
043
JVC
012
031
033
043
048
050
055
060
130
150
152
014
034
039
043
047
048
003
008
010
014
001
012
013
020
031
033
034
040
101
106
114
123
053
054
101
034
0 46
003
013
017
024
031
033
034
040
053
054
131
LLOYD
034
RICO
058
YAMAHA
012
034
039
LXI
003
009
013
014
RUNCO
148
ZENITH
034
048
056
017
034
101
106
SALORA
014
058
072
080
MAGIN
059
TATUNG
033
(GOLDSTAR)
034
034
063
REALISTIC
033
SYMPHONIC
031
LG
149
TANDY
043
KENWOOD
078
067
083
063
PHILCO
077
SOUNDESIGN
INSTANTREPLAY
033
052
0 5 60 5 70 5 80 76
048
PENTAX
SANSUI
043
101
APENDIX
040
79
APPENDIX
PROGRAMMING CODE
DVD
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
APEX DIGITAL
022
MITSUBISHI
DENON
020
014
NAD
GE
005
006
ONKYO
008
027
PANASONIC
003
PHILIPS
013
PIONEER
004
HARMAN KARDON
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80
Brand
Codes
002
RCA
005
006
023
SAMSUNG
011
015
017
SONY
007
009
THOMPSON
005
006
TOSHIBA
019
008
YAMAHA
009
018
ZENITH
010
016
JVC
012
LG
001
MAGNAVOX
013
PROCEED
021
MARANTZ
024
PROSCAN
005
010
016
025
026
006
025
TROUBLESHOOTING CHECKLIST
The
does
operation
not
work normally.
Check to
causing
The
control
remote
doesn't
Power
is
work
if there is any
obstruction.
see
Are batteries installed with correct
Correct remote
suddenly
turned off
Install
new
Is the
sleep
operating
on
picture
switching
or
or
poor
on
color
picture
poor
product
is turned
problem
bars
or
Poor
outlet, plug another product's power cord into the outlet
product's
This is normal, the
power cord
image
was
is muted
contact your service center, if the
during
picture
Adjust
Color in
Keep
sufficient distance between the
Try
a
menu
vertical
in.
plugged
the
product startup process. Please
appeared after five minutes.
has not
option.
another channel. The
problem
Are the video cables installed
product
and the VCR.
may be with the broadcast.
properly?
Check for local interference such
brightness
as an
of the
electrical
picture.
appliance
or
power tool.
picture shaking
reception
some
on
channels
or
streaks in
pictures
cable
Station
or
Station
signal
Check for
Lines
on.
may be with the broadcast.
Activate any function to restore the
Horizontal
interrupted
Check your antenna direction and/or location.
Picture appears slow-
No
Power
settings.
another channel. The
where the
ly
-)?
mode set: TV, VCR etc.?
work.
not
Test the wall power
after
to
Is the power cord inserted into wall power outlet?
&
sound
No
-
station tuned with Auto off activated.
Check whether the
No
to +,
and the remote control
timer set?
Check the power control
Try
polarity (+
product
batteries.
No broadcast
The video function does
between the
object
is
product experiencing problems,
weak, reorient
sources
Check antenna
of
possible
(Change
tune to another station.
antenna to receive weaker station.
interference.
the direction of the
antenna).
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APPENDIX
TROUBLESHOOTING CHECKLIST
function does
The audio
not
work.
Press the VOL +
Picture OK
No
-
button.
Sound muted? Press MUTE button.
&
Try
sound
another channel. The
problem
Are the audio cables installed
from
No output
of
the
one
speakers
Adjust
A
Unusual sound
inside
the
There is
from
product
problem
a
Balance in
change
when the
menu
in ambient
product
is
signal
in PC mode.
range.
&
humidity
is turned
PC mode
(Only
Check the
horizontal
input
or
colour
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82
on or
may result in
off and does not indicate
an
a
unusual noise
fault with the
frequency,
or
vertical
frequency.
source.
Work the Auto
configure
or
position
unstable
temperature
applied)
Incorrect
Screen colour
or
or
stripe on background & Horizontal
Noise
option.
of
out
Vertical bar
properly?
product.
Adjust resolution,
The
may be with the broadcast.
is
single
Check the
signal
cable.
Reinstall the PC video card.
adjust clock, phase,
or
H/V position.
MAINTENANCE
Early
malfunctions
have your
new
Cleaning the
1
Here's
a
2
it to
Make
a
the
Cleaning the
To
remove
Please be
dirt
sure
prevented.
Careful and
regular cleaning can extend the amount of time you will
unplug the power cord before you begin any cleaning.
to turn the power off and
way to
keep
the dust off your screen for a while. Wet a soft cloth in a mixture of lukewarm
or dish
washing detergent. Wring the cloth until it's almost dry, and then
little fabric softener
wipe
sure
be
sure
Screen
great
water and
use
can
TV. Be
the
screen.
excess
water is off the screen, and then let it
air-dry
before you turn
on
your TV.
Cabinet
or
dust, wipe the cabinet with
not to
use a
a
soft, dry, lint-free cloth.
wet cloth.
Extended Absence
CAUTION
If you expect to leave your TV dormant for
the power cord to protect against possible
long time (such as a vacation), it's a good
damage from lightning or power surges.
a
idea to
unplug
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APPENDIX
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
32LC2R *
37LC2R*
42LC2R*
32LC2R-T H
37LC2R-T H
42LC2R-T H
MODELS
811x630x235mm
with stand
31.9
Dimensions
(Width
x
Height
24.8
9.2inches
x
811
Weight
566.8x 123.5
x
31.9
x
22.3
x
mm
4.8 inches
including
stand
26.3
kg/57.9
excluding
stand
22.9
kg/50.4
11.2 inches
x
1054
41.4
813 x286
x
mm
32x 11.2 inches
x
lbs
659.3
x
37.1
26
x
129.7
x
mm
5.1 inches
x
35.5
kg/78.2
lbs
30.9
kg /68.1
lbs
1054
41.4
746
x
136.8mm
29.3
x
5.3 inches
x
x
lbs
42.3kg/93.2
35.7kg/78.7
lbs
AC100-240V- 50/60Hz
PAL/SECAM B/G/D/K, PAL I/II, NTSC-M
System
External Antenna
28.7
x
944
lbs
requirement
Television
944x729x286mm
37.1
Depth)
x
without stand
Power
x
75 ohm
Impedance
Environment condition
0
Operating Temperature
40 C/32
~
~
104 F
Less than 80%
Operating Humidity
Storage Temperature
-20
Storage Humidity
60 C/-4
~
~
140 F
Less than 85%
42PC1R*
50PC1R*
50PC3R*
42PC1R-T H
50PC1R-T H
50PC3R-T H
MODELS
1129.0 x 748.5
with stand
44.4
Dimensions
(Width
x
Height
x
including stand
excluding stand
Weight
x
27.3
x
x
1302.6
51.2
34.3
x
x
355.8
mm
14 inches
1302.6
51.2
x
872
34.3
x
103.7
mm
1302.6
51.2
x
x
810x 108.7
31.8
x
mm
4.2 inches
1302.6
51.2
x
x
x
x
355.8
mm
14 inches
51.4
kg / 113.3
lbs
51.9
kg/133.1
lbs
25.4
kg/56.0
lbs
44.3
kg / 97.7
lbs
44.7
kg / 98.7
lbs
75 ohm
0
Operating Temperature
~
104 F
Less than 80%
-20
Storage Temperature
60 C/-4
~
~
140 F
Less than 85%
Storage Humidity
without
40 C/32
~
Operating Humidity
changed
prior
mm
4.2 inches
lbs
AC100-240V- 50/60Hz
shown above may be
x
kg/64.6
Impedance
specifications
810x 107.7
31.8
PAL/SECAM B/G/D/K, PAL I/II, NTSC-M
Environment condition
The
872
x
x
29.3
System
External Antenna
mm
4 inches
requirement
Television
84
380.0
14.9 inches
1129.0 x 695.0
44.4
APENDIX
x
x
Depth)
x
without stand
Power
29.4
notice for
quality improvement.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
32LB1R *
37LB1R*
42LB1R*
32LB1R-T H
37LB1R-T H
42LB1R-T H
MODELS
911.4x599x259mm
with stand
35.8
Dimensions
(Width
x
Height
x
10 inches
911.4
35.8
511.5x 124.2mm
x
x
20.1
22.6
including stand
excluding stand
Weight
17.8
x
4.8 inches
x
mm
10.2 inches
1175
46.2
768x300
x
30.2
x
x
mm
11.8 inches
1045.8x 594.4x 133mm
41.1
x
23.4
5.2 inches
1175
46.2
x
x
670x 143.8mm
26.3
x
5.6 inches
lbs
31.6kg/69.6
lbs
41.4kg/91.2
lbs
kg/39.2
25.3
lbs
33.9kg/74.7
lbs
kg/55.7
75 ohm
Impedance
0
Operating Temperature
-20
without
104 F
60 C/-4
~
~
140 F
Less than 85%
Storage Humidity
changed
~
Less than 80%
Storage Temperature
shown above may be
40 C/32
~
Operating Humidity
specifications
x
AC100-240V- 50/60Hz
PAL/SECAM B/G/D/K, PAL I/II, NTSC-M
Environment condition
The
27.2
lbs
System
External Antenna
x
kg/49.8
requirement
Television
41.1
Depth)
x
without stand
Power
23.5
x
1045.8x 693.8x 260.4
prior
notice for
quality improvement.
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