LG | 47LF7700 | LG 37LF7700 Owner’s Manual

ENGLISH
LCD TV
OWNER’S MANUAL
LCD TV MODELS
32LF77
37LF77
42LF77
47LF77
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your TV. Retain it for future reference.
Record model number and serial number of the TV.
Refer to the label on the back cover and quote this
information to your dealer when requiring service.
Trade Mark of the DVB Digital Video
Broadcasting Project (1991 to 1996)
ID Number(s): 6499 :
6500 :
6501 :
6502 :
32LF7700
37LF7700
42LF7700
47LF7700
ACCESSORIES
Ensure that the following accessories are included with your TV. If an accessory is missing, please contact the dealer
where you purchased the TV.
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-ANUAL
Owner’s Manual
Batteries
Power Cord
ACCESSORIES
Owner's manual
This item is not included for all models.
* Lightly wipe any stains or
fingerprints on the surface of the TV
with the polishing cloth.
Remote Control
Polishing Cloth
Polishing cloth for use on
the screen.
Do not use excessive force. This may
cause scratching or discolouration.
(Only 32/37/42LF77**)
or
Protection Cover
(Refer to p.10)
x4
(Only 32/37LF77**)
x4
Bolts for stand assembly
(Refer to p.6)
1-screw for stand fixing
(Refer to p.7)
Wall Mounting Bracket (Seperate purchase)
RW230
AW-47LG30M
(32LF77**)
(32/37/42/47LF77**)
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contents
ACCESSORIES
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Remote Control Key Functions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 28
PREPARATION
CONTENTS
Front Panel Controls - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4
Back Panel Information - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5
Stand Installation - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6
Desktop Pedestal Installation - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7
Attaching the TV to a Desk (Only 32/37LF77**) - - - - - 7
Careful installation advice - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8
Back Cover for Wire Arrangement - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 9
Swivel Stand - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10
Not Using the Desk-Type Stand - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10
Wall Mount: Horizontal Installation - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11
Antenna Connection - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 12
Turning on the TV - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 30
Programme Selection - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 30
Volume Adjustment - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 30
Quick Menu - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 31
On Screen Menus Selection and Adjustment - - - - - - - 32
Freesat Programme Tuning (In Freesat Input) - - - - - - 33
Non-Freesat Programme Tuning (In Freesat Input) - - 34
Auto Programme Tuning (In Antenna Input) - - - - - - - - 35
Manual Programme Tuning (In Digital Antenna Mode) - - 36
Manual Programme Tuning
(In Analogue Antenna Mode ) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 37
Programme Edit (In Non-Freesat, Digital Antenna or
Analogue Antenna Mode Only) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 39
Custom Edit (In Freesat Mode Only) - - - - - - - - - - - - - 43
Software Update (In Freesat Mode) - - - - - - - - - - - - - 44
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Software Update (In Digital Antenna Mode) - - - - - - - 46
Diagnostics - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 50
HD Receiver Setup - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 13
CI Information (Only for Digital Antenna Mode) - - - - - 51
DVD Setup - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 15
Network (In Freesat Mode) (For Future Use) - - - - - - - 52
VCR Setup - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 17
Selecting the Programme List - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 53
Insertion of CI Module - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 19
Input List - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 56
Digital Audio Out Setup - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 19
Input Label - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 57
Headphone Setup - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 19
AV Mode - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 57
Other A/V Source Setup - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 20
Initializing - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 58
USB Setup - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 20
PC Setup - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 21
TO USE A USB DEVICE
Photo List - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 60
Music List - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 64
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TV GUIDE (EPG; ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)(In Freesat, Non-Freesat or
Digital Antenna Mode)
Set Password & Lock System - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 95
Block Programme - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 96
Parental Control (In Freesat, Non-Freesat or Digital
Antenna Only) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 97
Key Lock - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 98
Picture Size (Aspect Ratio) Control - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 71
Energy Saving - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 73
Preset Picture Settings - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 74
Manual Picture Adjustment - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 75
Picture Improvement Technology - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 76
Picture Reset - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 78
Demo Mode (Only 42/47LF77**) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 79
TELETEXT (For Analogue Antenna Mode)
CONTENTS
PICTURE CONTROL
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
Switch On/Off - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 99
Simple Text - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 99
Fasttext - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 99
Special Teletext Functions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 100
Mode Setting - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 80
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
Auto Volume Leveler - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 81
Preset Sound Settings - Sound Mode - - - - - - - - - - - - 82
DIGITAL TELETEXT
(For Freesat or Digital Antenna Mode)
Teletext Within Digital Service - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 101
Teletext In Digital Service - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 101
Sound Setting Adjustment - User Mode - - - - - - - - - - - 83
SRS Trusurround XT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 83
Balance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 84
APPENDIX
TV Speakers On/Off Setup - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 85
Troubleshooting - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 102
Selecting Digital Audio Out - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 86
Maintenance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 103
Audio Reset - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 87
Product Specifications - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 104
Audio Description
(In Fressat or Digital Antenna Mode Only) - - - - - - - - - 88
Network Connection - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 105
I/II - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 89
OPEN SOURCE LICENSE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 106
Language Selection - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 91
TIME SETTING
Clock Setup - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 92
Auto On/Off Time Setting - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 93
Auto Shut-Off Setting - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 94
Sleep Timer Setting - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 94
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PREPARATION
Front Panel Controls
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PREPERATION
PROGRAMME
Intelligent sensor
VOLUME
Adjusts picture according to the
surrounding conditions.
Power/Standby Indicator
• illuminates red in standby mode.
• illuminates blue when the TV is switched on.
Remote Control Sensor
OK
MENU
INPUT
MAIN POWER
CAUTION
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When the TV cannot be turned on with the remote control, press the main power button on the TV.
(When the power is turned off with the main power button on the TV, it will not be turned on with the remote
control).
Back Panel Information
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(Only 32/37LF77**)
This TV operates on an AC power. The voltage is
indicated on the Specifications page. Never attempt to
operate the TV on DC power.
HDMI/DVI IN Input
Connect an HDMI signal to HDMI IN.
Or DVI(VIDEO) signal to HDMI/DVI port with DVI
to HDMI cable.
RGB/DVI Audio Input
Connect the audio from a PC or DTV.
ETHERNET Input
Ethernet port for the Freesat interactive service.
(for future use)
RGB IN Input
Connect the output from a PC.
Connect digital audio to various types of equipment.
Connect to a Digital Audio Component. Use an Optical
audio cable.
Note: In standby mode, these ports do not work.
Power Cord Socket
SERVICE ONLY PORT
OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
PREPERATION
Component Input
Connect a component video/audio device to these jacks.
Euro Scart Socket (AV1/AV2)
Connect scart socket input or output from an external
device to these jacks.
Satellite LNB Input
Connect a satellite antenna cable.
Antenna Input
Connect a RF antenna or cable to this jack.
PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card
International Association) Card Slot
Insert the CI Module to PCMCIA CARD SLOT.
(This feature is not available in all countries.)
USB Input
Connect USB storage device to this jack. (for MP3 or
JPEG files)
Audio/Video Input
Connect audio/video output from an external device to
these jacks.
Headphone Socket
Plug the headphone into the headphone socket.
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PREPARATION
Stand Installation
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When assembling the desk type stand, check whether the bolt is fully tightened. (If not tightened fully, the product can tilt
forward after the product installation.) If you tighten the bolt with excessive force, the bolt can deviate from abrasion of the
tightening part of the bolt.
Only 32/37/42LF77**
Carefully place the TV screen side down on a
cushioned surface to protect the screen from
damage.
➋
Assemble the parts of the Stand Body with
the Stand Base of the TV.
➌
Assemble the TV as shown.
➍
Fix the 4 bolts securely using the holes in the
back of the TV.
PREPERATION
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Stand Body
Stand Base
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Desktop Pedestal Installation
For adequate ventilation allow a clearance of 4” (10cm) all around the TV.
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Attaching the TV to a Desk (Only 32/37LF77**)
PREPERATION
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The TV must be attached to desk so it cannot be pulled in a forward/backward direction, potentially causing injury or
damaging the product. Use only an attached screw.
Stand
1-Screw
(provided as parts of the product)
Desk
WARNING
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To prevent TV from falling over, the TV should be securely attached to the floor/wall per installation instructions.
Tipping, shaking, or rocking the machine may cause injury.
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PREPARATION
Careful installation advice
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You should purchase necessary components to fix the TV safety and secure to the wall on the market.
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Position the TV close to the wall to avoid the possibility of it falling when pushed.
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The instructions shown below are a safer way to set up the TV, by fixing it to the wall, avoiding the possibility of it falling
forwards if pulled. This will prevent the TV from falling forward and causing injury. This will also prevent the TV from
damage. Ensure that children do not climb or hang from the TV.
1
2
PREPERATION
➊ Use the eye-bolts or TV brackets/bolts to fix the product to the wall as shown in the picture.
(If your TV has bolts in the eyebolts, loosen these bolts.)
* Insert the eye-bolts or TV brackets/bolts and tighten them securely in the upper holes.
➋ Secure the wall brackets with the bolts on the wall. Match the height of the bracket that is mounted on the wall.
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➌ Use a sturdy rope to tie the product for alignment. It is safer to tie the rope so it becomes horizontal between the
wall and the product.
NOTE
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When moving the TV undo the cords first.
Use a platform or cabinet strong and large enough to support the size and weight of the TV.
To use the TV safely make sure that the height of the bracket on the wall and on the TV is the same.
Back Cover for Wire Arrangement
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➊ Connect the cables as necessary.
To connect additional equipment, see the External Equipment Setup section.
PREPERATION
➋ Install the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP as shown.
CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP
➌ Fit the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP as shown.
NOTE
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Do not use the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP to lift the TV.
- If the TV is dropped, you may be injured or the TV may be damaged.
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PREPARATION
Swivel Stand
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After installing the TV, you can adjust the TV manually to the left or
right direction by 20 degrees to suit your viewing position.
PREPERATION
Not Using the Desk-Type Stand
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When installing the wall-mounted unit, use the protection cover.
or
Insert the PROTECTION COVER into the TV until clicking sound.
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The TV can be installed in various ways such as on a wall, or on a desktop etc.
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The TV is designed to be mounted horizontally.
EARTHING
Ensure that you connect the earth wire to prevent
possible electric shock. If grounding methods are not
possible, have a qualified electrician install a separate
circuit breaker.
Do not try to earth the TV by connecting it to telephone
wires, lightening rods or gas pipes.
Power Supply
Circuit breaker
PREPERATION
Wall Mount: Horizontal Installation
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We recommend the use of a LG Brand wall mounting bracket when mounting the TV to a wall.
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We recommend that you purchase a wall mounting bracket which supports VESA standard.
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LG recommends that wall mounting be performed by a qualified professional installer.
NOTE
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Should Install wall mount on a solid wall perpendicular to the floor.
Should use a special wall mount, if you want to install it to ceiling or slanted wall.
The surface that wall mount is to be mounted on should be of sufficient strength to support the weight of TV set; e.g.
concrete, natural rock, brick and hollow block.
Installing screw type and length depends on the wall mount used. Further information, refer to the instructions
included with the mount.
LG is not liable for any accidents or damage to property or TV due to incorrect installation:
- Where a non-compliant VESA wall mount is used.
- Incorrect fastening of screws to surface which may cause TV to fall and cause personal injury.
- Not following the recommended Installation method.
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
4 inches
A
B
A
Model
VESA
(A * B)
Standard
Screw
Quantity
32LF77**
200 * 100
M4
4
37/42/47LF77**
200 * 200
M6
4
B
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PREPARATION
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To prevent damage do not connect to the mains outlet until all connections are made between the devices.
Antenna Connection
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For optimum picture quality, adjust antenna direction.
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An antenna cable and converter are not supplied.
PREPERATION
Satellite
Dish
Terrestrial
Antenna
Terrestrial
Antenna
Satellite RF Coaxial Cable (75 ohm)
Terrestrial RF Coaxial Cable (75 ohm)
UHF
Signal
Amplifier
VHF
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In poor signal areas, to achieve better picture quality it may be necessary to install a signal amplifier to the antenna as
shown above.
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If signal needs to be split for two TVs, use an antenna signal splitter for connection.
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
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To avoid damaging any equipment, never plug in any power cord until you have finished connecting all equipment.
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This section on EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP mainly uses diagrams for 37LF77** model.
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Image shown may differ from your TV.
HD Receiver Setup
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This TV can receive Digital RF/Cable signals without an external digital set-top box. However, if you do receive Digital
signals from a digital set-top box or other digital external device, refer to the diagram as shown below.
Connecting with a component cable
➊ Connect the video outputs (Y, P , P ) of the digital set top box to the
B
R
COMPONENT IN VIDEO jacks on the TV.
Connect the audio outputs of the digital set-top box to the COMPONENT IN
AUDIO jacks on the TV.
➌
Turn on the digital set-top box. (Refer to the owner’s manual for the digital set-top
box.)
➍
Select Component input source using the INPUT button on the remote control.
Signal
Component
HDMI
480i/576i
O
X
480p/576p
O
O
720p/1080i
O
O
1080p
O
(50/60Hz only)
O
(24Hz/30Hz/50Hz/60Hz)
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➋
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Connecting a set-top box with an HDMI cable
➊ Connect the digital set-top box to HDMI/DVI IN 1, HDMI IN 2 or HDMI IN 3 jack
on the TV.
➋
Turn on the digital set-top box.
(Refer to the owner’s manual for the digital set-top box.)
➌ Select HDMI1, HDMI2 or HDMI3 input source using the INPUT button on the
remote control.
NOTE
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Check that your HDMI cable is version 1.3 or higher. If the HDMI cables don’t support
HDMI version 1.3, flickering or no screen display can result. Please use the latest
cables that support at least HDMI version 1.3.
➊
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Connecting with an HDMI to DVI cable
➊ Connect the digital set-top box to HDMI/DVI IN 1 jack on the TV.
➋
Connect the audio output of the digital set-top box to the AUDIO IN (RGB/DVI) jack
on the TV.
➌
Turn on the digital set-top box.
(Refer to the owner’s manual for the digital set-top box.)
➍
Select HDMI 1 input source using the INPUT button on the remote control.
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DVD Setup
Connecting with a component cable
➊ Connect the video outputs (Y, P , P ) of the DVD to the COMPONENT IN
B
R
VIDEO jacks on the TV.
➋ Connect the audio outputs of the DVD to the COMPONENT IN AUDIO jacks on
the TV.
➌ Turn on the DVD player, insert a DVD.
➍ Select Component input source using the INPUT button on the remote control.
Component Input ports
To achieve better picture quality, connect a DVD player to the component input ports as
shown below.
Component ports on the TV
Y
PB
PR
Video output ports
on DVD player
Y
Y
Y
Y
PB
B-Y
Cb
Pb
PR
R-Y
Cr
Pr
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
➎ Refer to the DVD player’s manual for operating instructions.
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Connecting with a Euro Scart cable
➊ Connect the Euro scart socket of the DVD to the AV1 Euro scart socket on the
TV.
➋ Turn on the DVD player, insert a DVD.
➌ Select AV1 input source using the INPUT button on the remote control.
If connected to AV2 Euro scart socket, select AV2 input source.
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➍ Refer to the DVD player’s manual for operating instructions.
NOTE
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Any Euro scart cable used must be signal shielded.
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Scart Output
Main Input
Freesat (
AV1 (SCART1 Output)
DTV)
Non-Freesat (
DTV)
Digital Antenna (
DTV)
Analogue Antenna (
Mute
Freesat (
Mute
Non-Freesat (
Mute
Digital Antenna (
TV)
Component
RGB
AV3(CVBS Side)
HDMI1
DTV)
AV1
Mute
(Analogue Antenna (
TV) if
the TV mode you last watched
is Analogue Antenna mode.)
AV2
Mute
Mute
AV3
Mute
HDMI2
Mute
HDMI3(Side)
Mute
Connecting the HDMI cable
➊ Connect the HDMI output of the DVD to the HDMI/DVI IN 1, HDMI IN 2 or
HDMI IN 3 jack on the TV.
➋ Select HDMI1, HDMI2 or HDMI3 input source using the INPUT button on
the remote control.
➌ Refer to the DVD player’s manual for operating instructions.
NOTE
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DTV)
Analogue Antenna (
AV1(SCART1)
AV2(SCART2)
AV2 (SCART2 Output)
The TV can receive video and audio signals simultaneously when using a
HDMI cable.
If the DVD does not support Auto HDMI, you must set the output resolution
appropriately.
Check that your HDMI cable is version 1.3 or higher. If the HDMI cables don’t
support HDMI version 1.3, flickering or no screen display can result. Please
use the latest cables that support at least HDMI version 1.3.
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DTV)
TV)
VCR Setup
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To avoid picture noise (interference), allow adequate distance between the VCR and TV.
Connecting with a Terrestrial RF Cable
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Terrestrial
Wall jack
Terrestrial Antenna
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
➋
➊ Connect the ANT OUT socket of the VCR to the ANTENNA IN socket on the TV.
➋ Connect the terrestrial antenna cable to the ANT IN socket of the VCR.
➌ Press the PLAY button on the VCR and match the appropriate channel between the TV and VCR for viewing.
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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Connecting with a Euro Scart cable
➊ Connect the Euro scart socket of the VCR to the AV1 Euro scart socket on the
TV.
➋ Insert a video tape into the VCR and press PLAY on the VCR.
(Refer to the VCR owner’s manual.)
➌
Select AV1 input source using the INPUT button on the remote control.
➍
If connected to AV2 Euro scart socket, select AV2 input source.
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NOTE
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Any Euro Scart cable used must be signal shielded.
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Scart Output
Main Input
Freesat (
AV1 (SCART1 Output)
DTV)
Non-Freesat (
DTV)
Digital Antenna (
DTV)
Analogue Antenna (
Mute
Freesat (
Mute
Non-Freesat (
Mute
Digital Antenna (
TV)
AV1
AV2(SCART2)
Mute
Component
AV3(CVBS Side)
HDMI1
(Analogue Antenna (
TV) if
the TV mode you last watched
is Analogue Antenna mode.)
AV2
Mute
Mute
AV3
Mute
HDMI2
Mute
HDMI3(Side)
Mute
Connecting with a RCA cable
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Connect the AUDIO/VIDEO jacks between TV and VCR. Match the jack
colours (Video = yellow, Audio Left = white, and Audio Right = red)
➋ Insert a video tape into the VCR and press PLAY on the VCR. (Refer to the
VCR owner’s manual.)
➌ Select AV3 input source using the INPUT button on the remote control.
NOTE
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DTV)
DTV)
Analogue Antenna (
AV1(SCART1)
RGB
AV2 (SCART2 Output)
If you have a mono VCR, connect the audio cable from the VCR to the
AUDIO L/MONO jack of the TV.
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DTV)
TV)
Insertion of CI Module
- To view the encrypted (pay) services in digital TV mode.
- This feature is not available in all countries.
➊
➊ Insert the CI Module to PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card International
Association) CARD SLOT of TV as shown.
For further information, see p.51.
NOTE
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Check if the CI module is inserted into the PCMCIA card slot in the right direction.
If the module is not inserted properly, this can cause damage to the TV and the
PCMCIA card slot.
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Digital Audio Out Setup
Sending the TV’s digital audio signal to external audio equipment via the Digital
Audio Output (Optical) port.
If you want to enjoy digital broadcasting through 5.1-channel speakers, connect the
OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT terminal on the back of TV to a Home Theater (or
amp).
➊ Connect one end of an optical cable to the TV Digital Audio (Optical) Output
port.
➋ Connect the other end of the optical cable to the digital audio (Optical) input on
the audio equipment.
➊
➌ Set the “TV Speaker option - Off ” in the AUDIO menu.(►p.85). Refer to the
external audio equipment instruction manual for operation.
CAUTION
►
Do not look into the optical output port. Looking at the laser beam may damage
your vision.
Headphone Setup
You can listen the sound through the headphone.
➊ Plug the headphone into the headphone socket.
➋ To adjust the headphone volume, press the
+ or - button.
If you press the MUTE button, the sound from the headphone is
switched off.
GB-19
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Other A/V Source Setup
Camcorder
Video Game Set
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
VIDEO
L
R
➊
H/P
➊
Connect the AUDIO/VIDEO jacks between TV and external equipment. Match the jack colours. (Video = yellow,
Audio Left = white, and Audio Right = red)
➋
Select AV3 input source using the INPUT button on the remote control.
➌
Operate the corresponding external equipment.
(Refer to external equipment operating guide.)
USB Setup
GB-20
➊
Connect the USB device to the USB IN jack on the side of the TV.
➋
After connecting the USB IN jack, you use the USB function. (►p.59)
➊
PC Setup
This TV provides Plug and Play capability, meaning that the PC adjusts automatically to the TV’s settings.
Connecting with a D-sub 15 pin cable
➊
Connect the RGB output of the PC to the RGB IN (PC) jack on the TV.
➋
Connect the PC audio output to the AUDIO IN (RGB/DVI) jack on the TV.
➌
Turn on the PC and the TV
➍
Select RGB input source using the INPUT button on the remote control.
➊
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
➋
Connecting with an HDMI to DVI cable
➊
Connect the DVI output of the PC to the HDMI/DVI IN 1 jack on the TV.
➋
Connect the PC audio output to the AUDIO IN (RGB/DVI) jack on the TV.
➌
Turn on the PC and the TV.
➍
Select HDMI 1 input source using the INPUT button on the remote control.
➊
➋
GB-21
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Supported Display Resolution
RGB(PC), HDMI1(DVI) -PC mode
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
GB-22
HDMI2, HDMI3 -DTV mode
Resolution
Horizontal
Frequency(kHz)
Vertical
Frequency(Hz)
720 x 400
31.468
70.08
640 x 480
31.469
59.94
800 x 600
37.879
60.31
1024 x 768
48.363
60.00
1280 x 768
47.78
59.87
1360 x 768
47.72
59.80
1280 x 1024
63.98
60.02
1400 x 1050
65.317
59.979
1920 x 1080
66.587
59.937
Component mode
Resolution
Horizontal
Frequency(kHz)
Vertical
Frequency(Hz)
720 x 480
15.73
15.75
31.47
31.50
59.9
60
59.9
60
720 x 576
15.6
31.25
50
50
1280 x 720
37.50
44.96
45.00
50.00
59.94
60.00
1920 x 1080
33.72
33.75
28.125
56.25
67.433
67.500
59.94
60.00
50.00
50.00
59.94
60.00
Resolution
Horizontal
Frequency(kHz)
Vertical
Frequency(Hz)
640 x 480
31.649
31.469
59.9
60
720 x 480
31.47
31.50
59.94
60
720 x 576
31.25
50.00
1280 x 720
37.50
44.96
45.00
50.00
50.94
60
1920 x 1080
28.125
33.72
33.75
27.00
33.750
56.25
67.433
67.50
50.00
59.94
60
24.00
30
50.00
59.94
60
NOTE :
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
If using a sound card, adjust PC sound as required.
This TV uses a VESA Plug and Play Solution. The
TV provides EDID data to the PC system with a
DDC protocol. The PC adjusts automatically when
using this TV.
DDC protocol is preset for RGB (Analogue RGB),
HDMI (Digital RGB) mode.
If required, adjust the settings for Plug and Play
functionality.
If the graphic card on the PC does not output
analogue and digital RGB simultaneously, connect
only one of either RGB IN or HDMI/DVI IN 1(DVI) to
display the PC output on the TV.
If the graphic card on the PC does output analogue
and digital RGB simultaneously, switch the TV to
either RGB or HDMI; (the other mode is set to Plug
and Play automatically by the TV.)
DOS mode may not work depending on the video
card if you use a HDMI to DVI cable.
If you use too long an RGB-PC cable, there may be
interference on the screen. We recommend using
under 5m of cable. This provides the best picture
quality.
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
►
Avoid keeping a fixed image on the TV’s screen for
prolonged periods of time. The fixed image may
become permanently imprinted on the screen; use a
screen saver when possible.
There may be interference relating to resolution,
vertical pattern, contrast or brightness in PC mode.
Change the PC mode to another resolution or
change the refresh rate to another rate or adjust
the brightness and contrast on the menu until the
picture is clear. If the refresh rate of the PC graphic
card can not be changed, change the PC graphic
card or consult the manufacturer of the PC graphic
card.
The synchronization input waveform for Horizontal
and Vertical frequencies are separate.
We recommend using 1920x1080, 60Hz for the PC
mode, this should provide the best picture quality.
Connect the signal cable from the monitor output
port of the PC to the RGB IN(PC) port of the TV or
the signal cable from the HDMI output port of the
PC to the HDMI/DVI IN 1(DVI) port on the TV.
Connect the audio cable from the PC to the AUDIO
IN (RGB/DVI) on the TV. (Audio cables are not
included with the TV).
GB-23
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Screen Setup for PC mode (In RGB mode only)
Selecting Resolution
To view a normal picture, match the resolution of RGB mode and resolution of PC.
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
1
MENU
Select PICTURE.
2
OK
Select Screen.
3
OK
Select Resolution.
4
Select the desired resolution.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-24
Auto Configure
Automatically optimizes the display. This is recommended for the first time connecting to a PC.
MENU
• If the picture is not clear after auto
configuration, adjust the position, size or
phase of picture manually.
Select PICTURE.
2
OK
Select Screen.
3
OK
Select Auto Config..
4
OK
Select Yes.
5
OK
Run Auto Config..
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
1
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-25
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
Adjustment for screen Position, Size, Phase
If the picture is not clear after auto adjustment and especially if characters are still trembling, adjust the picture phase
manually.
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
1
MENU
Select PICTURE.
2
OK
Select Screen.
3
OK
Select Position, Size or Phase.
4
Make appropriate adjustments.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-26
Screen Reset
Returns Position, Size and Phase to the factory default settings.
MENU
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP
1
Select PICTURE.
2
OK
Select Screen.
3
OK
Select Reset.
4
OK
Select Yes.
5
OK
Run Reset.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-27
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Remote Control Key Functions
When using the remote control, aim it at the remote control sensor on the TV.
MODE
D/A Switches to Antenna mode.
(Toggles between Digital and Analogue Antenna modes.)
FREESAT Switches to Freesat mode.
(Toggles between Freesat and Non-Freesat modes.)
POWER Switches the TV on from standby or off to standby.
INPUT Toggles between all AV inputs sequentially.
TV/RAD Switches between TV and Radio modes.
Q. MENU Select the desired quick menu source. (Aspect Ratio, Energy
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Saving, Picture Mode, Sound Mode, Audio, Sleep Timer, Fav.
On/Off, USB Eject.) (►p.31)
MENU Selects a menu.
Clears all on-screen displays and returns to TV viewing from
any menu.
GUIDE Shows an electronic programme schedule. (►p.67)
Up/Down/Left/Right Allows you to navigate the on-screen menus and adjust the
system settings to your preference.
OK Accepts your selection or displays the current mode.
RETURN Allows the user to move back one step in an interactive
application, EPG or other user interaction function.
INFO
Shows the present screen information.
EXIT Clears all on-screen displays and returns to TV viewing.
TV Mode Explanation
This TV has 4 modes, and the On Screen Displays (OSD) and function may differ based
on the TV mode selected.
TV Mode
GB-28
TV Service
Freesat
(
DTV)
Free digital satellite broadcasts
(Free satellite programmes of Astra2 at 28.2° East)
Non-Freesat
( DTV)
Digital satellite broadcasts
(All satellite programmes of Astra2 at 28.2° East;
including Freesat programme)
Digital Antenna
(
DTV)
Digital terrestrial broadcasts
(DVB)
Analogue Antenna
(
TV)
Analogue terrestrial broadcasts
Switching
Button
Input List
(►p.56)
Connecting
Terminal
(►p.5, 12)
VOLUME Adjusts the volume.
UP/DOWN
MARK Check and un-check programmes.
FAV Displays the favourite programme list.
MUTE Switches the sound on or off.
Programme Selects a programme.
UP/DOWN
PAGE Move from one full set of screen information to the next
UP/DOWN one.
0~9 number buttons Selects a programme.
Selects numbered items in a menu.
LIST Displays the programme table.
Q.VIEW Returns to the previously viewed programme.
TELETEXT These buttons are used for teletext.
BUTTONS For further details, see the ‘Teletext’ section. (►p.99)
SUBTITLE Recalls your preferred subtitle in digital mode.
AD Switches on or off the audio description for people with
sight problems.
ENERGY SAVING Adjust the Energy saving mode of the TV.
AV MODE It helps you select and set images and sounds when
connecting AV devices. (►p.57)
RATIO Selects your desired aspect ratio of picture.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Coloured These buttons are used for Teletext, TV Guide,
buttons Programme edit.
Installing Batteries
■
Open the battery compartment cover on the rear and install the batteries paying
attention to the correct polarity.
■
Install two 1.5V AAA batteries. Do not mix old or used batteries with new ones.
■
Close cover.
GB-29
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Turning on the TV
- When your TV is turned on, you will be able to use its features.
➊ Firstly, connect the power cord pushing it firmly home and check the main power on the TV.
At this stage, the TV switches to standby mode. (The power indicator on the TV illuminates red.)
➋ In standby mode to turn TV on, press the INPUT or P∧∨ (Programme Up/Down) button on the TV or press the
POWER, INPUT, P∧∨ or NUMBER button on the remote control and the TV will switch on.
Initial Setting
This function guides the user to easily set the optimal viewing mode and tune the available channels. When
you turn the TV on for the first time after purchase or performing the OPTION > Factory Reset, this
function will begin automatically.
<Mode Setting>
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
■
Select the mode for your environment. Each mode provides the optimal picture settings for each
environment.
■
Select “Home Use” to use the TV in home.
■
Select “Store Demo” to use the TV in store. Even if the user changes the picture setting, the TV will
automatically reset to initial settings after a certain period of time.
■
The mode (Home Use, Store Demo) can be changed in the OPTION > Mode Setting menu.
<Select Tuning>
■
Select one of the three tuning modes Freesat & Antenna, Freesat or Antenna.
■
After the Freesat signal is detected, enter your full postcode (including any spaces e.g. TW19 7RP).
■
The Freesat service uses Astra 2 at 28.2° East, and Eurobird 1 at 28.5° East satellites.
■
If new software is detected and installed, you can use the initial setting again.
<Auto Tuning>
■
First tunes the Freesat programmes, then Digital and analogue terrestrial programmes.
Note:
a. If you close without completing the initial setting, the Initial Setting menu can be displayed again.
b. Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
c. For those countries without confirmed DTV broadcasting standards, some DTV features might not work,
depending on the DTV broadcasting environment.
Programme Selection
➊ Press the P∧∨ (Programme Up/Down) or NUMBER buttons to select a programme number.
Volume Adjustment
➋ Press the
+ or - button to adjust the volume.
If you wish to switch the sound off, press the MUTE button.
You can cancel this function by pressing the MUTE,
+ , - or AV MODE button.
GB-30
Quick Menu
Your TV’s OSD (On Screen Display) may differ slightly from that shown in this manual.
Q.Menu (Quick Menu) is a menu of features which users might use frequently.
Aspect Ratio : Selects your desired picture format.
For Zoom Setting, select 14:9, Zoom and Cinema Zoom in
the Ratio Menu. After completing Zoom Setting, the display
goes back to Q.Menu.
Energy Saving : Selects your desired Energy Saving
mode.
Picture Mode : Selects your desired Picture Mode.
Audio : Selects the sound output.
Sleep Timer : Sets the sleep timer.
Fav. On/Off : Add the programme to the favourite list.
USB Eject : Select “Eject” in order to remove USB
device.
Sound Mode : It is a feature to automatically set the sound
combination which it deems the best for the images being
watched. Selects your desired Sound Mode.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
2
Q. MENU
Display each menu.
Select your desired Source.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-31
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
On Screen Menus Selection and Adjustment
Your TV’s OSD (On Screen Display) may differ slightly from that shown in this manual.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
MENU
2
OK
Press MENU to display the option icons, and navigate to the desired one using the
Up/Down/Left/Right arrow keys.
Press OK to select a menu option and move to the pop up menu.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
NOTE
►
►
GB-32
It is possible to use TruMotion and Demo Mode in 42/47LF77* * models only.
It is not possible to use CI Information in Analogue Antenna mode.
Freesat Programme Tuning (In Freesat Input -
)
Switch to Freesat input using the FREESAT button.
(FREESAT button toggles between Freesat and Non-Freesat TV modes.)
If you select this function in Non-Freesat mode, the TV mode will be automatically switched to Freesat mode.
Use this to automatically find and store all available Freesat programmes.
When you start auto programming, all previously stored service information will be deleted.
2
3
4
MENU
OK
Select Freesat Tuning.
• If you search the Freesat programme for the first
time, your TV will attempt to detect the Freesat
signal before entering your postcode.
- When the Freesat signal is detected, press the OK
button to go to the next step.
OK
- If the Freesat detection fails please check that the
satellite cable are connected correctly.
Select Yes.
• To stop the search, press the OK button during
channel search.
OK
5
Display Freesat Tuning.
• The freesat service uses the Astra2 satellites at
28.2° East.
Enter your full postcode including a space for local services.
6
7
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock System
menu, you will be prompted to enter your password
to access. Use NUMBER buttons to input a 4-digit
password.
Select SETUP.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
Select Search.
OK
Run Freesat Tuning.
The search results will appear.
The found programmes are automatically saved in order.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-33
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Non-Freesat Programme Tuning (In Freesat Input -
)
Switch to Freesat input using the FREESAT button.
(FREESAT button toggles between Freesat and Non-Freesat TV modes.)
If you select this function in Freesat mode, the TV mode will be automatically switched to Non-Freesat mode.
If you want to tune more satellite programmes besides the Freesat programmes, use this function.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
2
Select SETUP.
Select Non-Freesat
Tuning.
OK
3
OK
4
OK
Display Non-Freesat
Tuning.
Select Transponder
and select a value.
OK
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted
to enter your password to access. Use
NUMBER buttons to input a 4-digit
password.
• If the transponder you require is not
listed, select User Defined and enter the
transponder details you require.
• To stop the search, press the OK button
during channel search.
• Some programmes can be tuned more
than once. You can delete unwanted
programmes later by pressing the red
button in Programme Edit. (►p.39)
• Satellite was preset to Astra 2 satellites
at 28.2° East.
5
OK
6
OK
OK
Select Scrambled Type and select All or FTA.
7
OK
OK
Select Channel Type and select among All, TV and Radio.
8
GB-34
MENU
Select Network Search and select Enable or Disable.
Select Search.
9
OK
Run Non-Freesat Tuning.
The search results will appear.
The found programmes are automatically
saved in order.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
Auto Programme Tuning (In Antenna Input -
)
Switch to Antenna input using the D/A button.
(D/A button toggles between Digital Antenna and Analogue Antenna TV modes.)
Use this to automatically find and store all available digital and analogue terrestrial programmes.
When you start auto programming, all previously stored service information will be deleted.
MENU
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted to enter
your password to access. Use NUMBER
buttons to input a 4-digit password.
Select SETUP.
2
OK
Select Auto Tuning.
3
OK
Select Yes.
4
OK
• First tunes the digital TV and radio
programmes, then analogue programmes.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
Run Auto Tuning.
The search results will appear.
The found programmes are automatically saved in order.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-35
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Manual Programme Tuning (In Digital Antenna Mode -
DTV)
Switch to Digital Antenna mode using the D/A button.
(D/A button toggles between Digital Antenna and Analogue Antenna TV modes.)
Manual Tuning lets you manually add a programme to your programme list.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
MENU
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted to enter
your password to access. Use NUMBER
buttons to input a 4-digit password.
Select SETUP.
2
OK
Select Manual Tuning.
3
OK
Select DTV.
4
Select the desired channel number.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-36
Manual Programme Tuning (In Analogue Antenna Mode -
TV)
Switch to Analogue Antenna mode using the D/A button.
(D/A button toggles between Digital Antenna and Analogue Antenna TV modes.)
Manual Tuning lets you manually tune and arrange the stations in whatever order you desire.
2
3
MENU
Select SETUP.
OK
Select Manual Tuning.
• TV system was preset to PAL-I for U.K.
• To store another channel, report steps 4 to 9.
OK
Select TV.
4
or
5
Select the desired programme number on.
Select V/UHF or Cable.
6
or
7
8
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted
to enter your password to access. Use
NUMBER buttons to input a 4-digit
password.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
Select the desired channel number.
Commence searching
OK
Select Store.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-37
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
■ Assigning a station name
You can assign a station name with five characters to each programme number.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
OK
2
OK
3
OK
Select Close.
4
OK
Select Store.
Select Name.
Select the position and make your choice of the second character, and so on.
You can use an the alphabet A to Z, the number 0 to 9, +/ -, and blank.
■ Fine Tuning
Normally fine tuning is only necessary if reception is poor.
1
Select Fine.
2
3
Fine tune for the best picture and sound.
OK
Select Store.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-38
Programme Edit
(In Non-Freesat, Digital Antenna or Analogue Antenna Mode Only)
The On Screen Displays (OSD) and function may differ based on the TV mode selected.
MENU
Select SETUP.
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted to enter
your password to access. Use NUMBER
buttons to input a 4-digit password.
2
OK
Select Programme Edit.
3
OK
Enter the Programme Edit.
■ Changing a programme
1
2
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
Select a programme you want to watch.
OK
Switch to the selected programme.
■ Selecting programmes
1RED
Select a programme.
2GREEN
Check the selected programme.
3YELLOW
Check the all programmes.
MARK
FAV
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
BLUE
GB-39
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
In Non-Freesat Mode (
DTV)
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
RED
■Deleting programmes
1 RED
2
MARK
FAV
Select the programmes you
want to delete.
Delete the selected
programmes.
RED
GREEN
■ Changing groups
1GREEN
2
Display the group list.
OK
YELLOW
Select a group and change to
the group.
■Moving programmes
GREEN
1 YELLOW
MARK
FAV
2 BLUE
YELLOW
3
OK
BLUE
■
BLUE
Select the programme you want to
move.
Shift the cursor to the position you want.
Move the selected programmes to the new
location.
After you finish the edit, press the RETURN or EXIT button to save all the changes.
The confirm message will appear. Select OK and press the OK button.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-40
In Digital Antenna Mode (
DTV)
■Deleting programmes
1
2
■
MARK
FAV
RED
■ Changing groups
Select the programmes you
want to delete.
Delete the selected
programmes.
1GREEN
2
Display the group list.
OK
YELLOW
Select a group and change to
the group.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
RED
After you finish the edit, press the RETURN or EXIT button to save all the changes.
The confirm message will appear. Select OK and press the OK button.
GREEN
BLUE
YELLOW
BLUE
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-41
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
In Analogue Antenna Mode (
TV)
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
■Deleting programmes
1 RED
2
MARK
FAV
Select the programmes you
want to delete.
Delete the selected
programmes.
RED
GREEN
■Moving programmes
1
GREEN
YELLOW
MARK
FAV
2 BLUE
YELLOW
3
OK
BLUE
■
Select the programme you want to move.
Shift the cursor to the position you want.
Move the selected programmes to the new
location.
After you finish the edit, press the RETURN or EXIT button to save all the changes.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-42
Custom Edit (In Freesat Mode Only -
DTV)
Switch to Freesat mode using the FREESAT button.
(FREESAT button toggles between Freesat and Non-Freesat TV modes.)
This function is available only in Freesat TV mode.
You can customise the regional channels broadcast by Freesat, allowing you to select different regions from those
stected by your postcode.
MENU
Select SETUP.
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted to enter
your password to access. Use NUMBER
buttons to input a 4-digit password.
• This feature may not be available for all
regional channels.
2
OK
Select Custom Edit.
3
OK
Enter the Custom Edit.
4
Select a channel from the left
column.
5
OK
6
7
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
Move the cursor to the right column and select an alternative channel
of the region you want.
The selected channel will be customised as the default channel
of the chosen channel number.
Select OK to save all the changes.
OK
Save.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-43
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Software Update
(In Freesat Mode -
DTV)
Switch to Freesat mode using the FREESAT button.
(FREESAT button toggles between Freesat and Non-Freesat TV modes.)
Software Update allows you to update the system software to maintain proper performance of the product.
The software can be downloaded through the digital satellite broadcasting system.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
2
MENU
OK
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted to enter
your password to access. Use NUMBER buttons
to input a 4-digit password.
Select SETUP.
Select Software Update.
■ Auto Update
1
2
OK
Select Auto Update.
During Progress of a Software Update, please note
the following:
•Power to the TV must not be interrupted.
OK
The new software information will be
shown.
Refer to “When detecting new software
using Auto Update or Manual Update
menu”. (►p.49)
•The TV must not be switched off.
•The antenna must not be disconnected.
•After Software Update, you can confirm the
updated software version in Diagnostics menu.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-44
■Manual Update
OK
Select Manual Update.
2
OK
Display Manual Update.
3
OK
4
OK
5
OK
OK
Enter the frequency.
OK
Select Polarization, Symbol Rate or FEC and select the values.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
Select Search.
Searches for the new software.
The new software information will be shown.
Refer to “When detecting new software using Auto Update or
Manual Update menu”. (►p.49)
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-45
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Software Update
(In Digital Antenna Mode -
DTV)
Switch to Digital Antenna mode using the D/A button.
(D/A button toggles between Digital Antenna and Analogue Antenna TV modes.)
Software Update allows you to update the system software to maintain proper performance of the product.
The software can be downloaded through the digital terrestrial broadcasting system.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
2
MENU
OK
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted to enter
your password to access. Use NUMBER
buttons to input a 4-digit password.
Select SETUP.
Select Software Update.
■ Auto Update
1
2
OK
Select Auto Update.
During Progress of a Software Update, please
note the following:
• Power to the TV must not be interrupted.
OK
Search for the new software.
The new software information will be
shown.
Refer to “When detecting new software
using Auto Update or Manual Update
menu”. (►p.49)
• The TV must not be switched off.
• The antenna must not be disconnected.
• After Software Update, you can confirm the
updated software version in Diagnostics menu.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
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■Manual Update
OK
Select Manual Update.
2
OK
Display Manual Update.
3
OK
4
5
OK
OK
OK
Select the desired channel number.
OK
Enter the frequency.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
Select Search.
Searches for the new software.
The new software information will be shown.
Refer to “When detecting new software using Auto
Update or Manual Update menu”. (►p.49)
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-47
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
■ Regular Auto Update
In standby mode, if the Regular Auto Update menu is “On”, the TV will be turned on automatically at the Search Time and
then search the new software.
1
OK
Select Regular Auto Update.
2
Select On.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
3
4
Select Hour or Minute and enter the search time.
OK
Select Close.
■
If the new software is detected, the TV will update it automatically and then return to the standby mode. If not, the TV
will return to the standby mode without updating.
■
If the update is complete successfully, the confirm message will be displayed when you turn on the TV.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-48
* When detecting new software using Auto Update or Manual Update menu
➊ The new software information will be shown.
➋ Select Yes using the <> button and press the OK
button to start the software update.
•Select No and press the OK button to return to the
previous menu without updating.
➌ The system restarts automatically and the update
➍ After the software update is complete, the system
restarts. The confirm message is displayed.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
is started. The progress status is displayed.
Please wait until it is complete.
* When detecting new software by the Regular Auto Update in Standby mode
➊ The TV is turned on automatically and the update is started. The progress status is displayed. Please wait until it is
complete.
➋ After the software update is complete, the TV will return to the standby mode. When you turn on the TV, the confirm
message will be displayed.
GB-49
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Diagnostics
This function enables you to view system status information such as Manufacturer, Model/Type, Serial Number, Update
Date, Software Version, Loader Version, Micom Version, Postcode, Strength, or Quality.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
MENU
2
OK
3
OK
• Strength and quality disappear in Analogue
Antenna mode.
Select SETUP.
Select Diagnostics.
Display the Diagnostics.
The system status information will be
displayed.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-50
CI Information (Only for Digital Antenna Mode -
DTV)
This function is enabled in Freesat, Non-Freesat or Digital Antenna mode, but works only for digital terrestrial services.
This function enables you to watch some encrypted digital terrestrial services (pay services). If you remove the CI
Module, you cannot watch pay services.
When the module is inserted into the CI slot, you can access the module menu.
To purchase a module and smart card, contact your dealer. Do not repeatedly insert or remove a CI module from the
TV. This may cause a malfunction. When the TV is turned on after inserting a CI Module, you may not have any sound
output. This may be incompatible with the CI module and smart card.
CI (Common Interface) functions may not be possible depending upon the country broadcasting circumstances.
•It is possible for you to change CI (Common
Interface) menu screen and service by consulting
your dealer.
1
MENU
Select SETUP.
2
OK
Select CI Information.
3
OK
Display the CI Information.
4
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
•This OSD is only for illustration and the menu
options and screen format will vary according to the
Digital pay services provider.
OK
Select the desired item:
Module information, smart card information, language, or software download etc.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-51
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Network (In Freesat Mode-
DTV) (For Future Use)
Switch to Freesat mode using the FREESAT button.
(FREESAT button toggles between Freesat and Non-Freesat TV modes.)
The function enables you to view or set the network connection information for the Freesat interactive services. (Freesat
service for the future)
Ensure that the TV is correctly connected to the local area network (LAN) and can access the internet. (►p.105)
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
2
MENU
Select SETUP.
• Most users use a router or modem that has a DHCP server function can
automatically be allocated an IP address.
OK
Select Network.
3
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock System menu, you will be
prompted to enter your password to access. Use NUMBER buttons to
input a 4-digit password.
• Connected will appear when internet is successfully connected.
• MAC Address is a unique address that identifies your TV’s hardware in
the network.
Select DHCP or Static.
If you use a router or modem that has a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
server function, select DHCP. The IP address will automatically be determined.
If there is no DHCP server on the network and you want to set the IP address manually,
select Static.
OK
4
When selecting Static, enter values for IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS
Server.
5
OK
Select Save.
6
OK
Select Close.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-52
Selecting the Programme List
Various groups of programme lists are available for quick and easy navigation.
RED
Colour Button
Group
Programmes
RED
RED
RED
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
YELLOW
My TV
Favourite
Display the list of all TV or Radio programmes.
Display the list of all favourite programmes.
HD TV
Display the list of all HD TV programmes.
YELLOW
YELLOW
BLUE
Genre
Display the list of programmes by genre (Sports, Drama, Movie, etc).
BLUE
Scramble
Display the list of programmes classified by CAS types.
BLUE
BLUE
■Displaying the List
LIST
Display or exit the programme list.
OK
P
Switch to the selected programme.
Change the page.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
YELLOW
Change the sub-groups.
(Except for Analogue Antenna mode)
Switch between TV and Radio groups.
(Except for Analogue Antenna mode)
GB-53
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
The On Screen Displays (OSD) and function may differ based on the TV mode selected.
In Freesat Mode (
dtv)
Four groups of programme lists are available; My
TV, Favourite, HDTV, and Genre.
Press the colour buttons assigned to each group
to display the programme list of each group.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
GB-54
In Non-Freesat Mode (
DTV)
Four groups of programme lists are available; My
TV, Favourite, HDTV, and Scramble.
Press the colour buttons assigned to each group
to display the programme list of each group.
In Digital Antenna Mode (
DTV)
Two groups of programme lists are available; My
TV and Favourite.
Press the colour buttons assigned to each group
to display the programme list of each group.
In Analogue Antenna Mode (
TV)
Press the colour buttons assigned to each group
to display the programme list of each group.
■
You can directly display or exit the favourite programme list by pressing the FAV button.
■
You can sort the programmes numerically or alphabetically in each group by pressing again the same colour button.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Two groups of programme lists are available; My
TV and Favourite.
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WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Input List
HDMI and AV1, 2 (SCART) can be recognized by a detect pin and thus enabled only when an external device approves
voltage.
By using D/A or FREESAT button, you can easily move from External Input to Antenna or Freesat input and to he last
watched programme in Freesat/Non-Freesat/Digital Antenna/Analogue Antenna mode.
Antenna
Freesat
AV1
AV2
AV3
HDMI3
HDMI2
HDMI1
RGB
Component
■Using INPUT button
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
OK
Select the input source.
• By pressing INPUT button repeatedly on
the input list, you can move easily among the
connected inputs.
■Using MENU
1
2
MENU
Select INPUT.
• Antenna : Select it when watching the
terrestrial channels.
• Freesat : Select it when watching the satellite
channels.
OK
OK
Select the input source.
• AV1, AV2, AV3 : Select it when watching the
VCR or external equipment.
• Component : Select it when using the
DVD or the Digital set-top box depends on
connector.
• RGB : Select it when using PC depends on
connector.
• HDMI1, HDMI2, HDMI3 : Select it when
using DVD, PC or Digital set-top box depend
on connector.
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Input Label
Selects a label for each external input source.
MENU
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
Select LOCK.
2
OK
Select Input Label.
3
OK
Select the source.
4
Select the label.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
AV Mode
By pressing AV MODE button repeatedly, you can select the optimal images and sounds when connecting AV devices to
external input.
Off
Cinema
Sport
Game
■
If you select Cinema mode in AV mode, Cinema mode will be selected both for Picture Mode and Sound
Mode in PICTURE menu and AUDIO menu respectively.
■
If you select “Off” in AV mode, the picture and image which you initially set will be selected.
GB-57
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
Initializing (Reset to original factory settings)
This function initializes all settings.
It is useful to initialize the product or when you move to other city or country.
When the Factory Reset is completed, you must restart the Initializing setup.
When the Lock System menu is “On”, the message to enter the password appears.
WATCHING TV / PROGRAMME CONTROL
1
MENU
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted to enter
your password to access. Use NUMBER
buttons to input a 4-digit password.
Select OPTION.
2
OK
Select Factory Reset.
3
OK
Select Yes.
4
OK
Start Factory Reset.
• If you have forgotten your password, press
7777 to reset your password.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-58
TO USE A USB DEVICE
When connecting a USB device
When you connect a USB device, this pop up menu is displayed, automatically.
“POP UP MENU” will not be displayed while the OSD including Menu, EPG or Schedule list is activated.
When the Pop Up menu does not appear, you can select Music List or Photo List in the USB menu.
In USB device, you can not add a new folder or delete the existing folder.
1
Connect the USB device to the USB IN jacks on the side
of TV.
USB memory stick
Select PHOTO LIST or MUSIC LIST.
PHOTO LIST
3
MUSIC LIST
• This TV Supports on JPEG and MP3.
When removing the USB device
Select the USB EJECT menu before removing
the USB device.
1
2
Q. MENU
Select USB Eject.
OK
OK
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
2
• It doesn’t support USB HDD
Precautions when using a USB device
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
►
Only a USB storage device is recognizable.
If the USB storage device is connected through a USB hub, the device is not recognizable.
A USB storage device using an automatic recognition programme may not be recognized.
A USB storage device which uses its own driver may not be recognized.
The recognition speed of a USB storage device may depend on each device.
Please do not turn off the TV or unplug the USB device when the connected USB storage device is working.
When such device is suddenly separated or unplugged, the stored files or the USB storage device may be damaged.
Please do not connect the USB storage device which was artificially maneuvered on the PC. The device may cause
the product to malfunction or fail to be played. Never forget to use only a USB storage device which has normal
music files or image files.
Please use only a USB storage device which was formatted as a FAT32 file system provided with the Windows
operating system. In case of a storage device formatted as a different utility programme which is not supported by
Windows, it may not be recognized.
Please connect power to a USB storage device (over 0.5A) which requires an external power supply. If not, the
device may not be recognized.
Please connect a USB storage device with the cable offered by the device maker. If you use a cable which is not
offered by the device maker or an excessively long cable(max 5m), the device may not be recognized.
Some USB storage devices may not be supported or operated smoothly.
File alignment method of USB storage device is similar to Window XP and filename can recognize up to 100 English
characters.
Be sure to back up important files since data stored in a USB memory device may be damaged. We will not be
responsible for any data loss.
If your USB memory device has multiple partitions, or if you use a USB multi-card reader, you can use up to 4
partitions or USB memory devices.
Only the FAT32 file system supports the delete function.
If a USB memory device is connected to a USB multi-card reader, its volume data may not be detected.
If the USB memory device does not work properly, disconnect and reconnect it.
How fast a USB memory device is detected differs from device to device.
The recommended capacity is 32GB or less for USB memory.
Any device with more than the recommended capacity may not work properly.
GB-59
TO USE A USB DEVICE
Photo List
You can view photo files on USB storage device.
The On Screen Display may be different from your TV. Images are an example to assist with the TV operation.
PHOTO(*.JPEG) supporting file
Baseline: 7680 x 4320
• You can play JPEG files only.
• Only baseline scan is supported among JPEG (SOF0, SOF1 only).
• Non-supported files are displayed in the form of bitmap.
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
Screen Components
1
MENU
Select USB.
2
OK
OK
➊ Moves to upper level file
➋
Select Photo List.
➌
➋ Current page/Total pages
➌ Total number of marked photos
➍ Usable USB memory
➎ Corresponding buttons on the remote
control
➊
GB-60
➎
➍
Photo Selection and PopUp Menu
►
►
►
►
1
Select the target folder or drive.
• Use the P ⋀ ⋁ button to navigate in the photo
page.
2
OK
Select the desired photos.
3
OK
Show the PopUp menu.
4
View : Display the selected item.
Mark All : Mark all photos on the screen.
Unmark All : Deselect all marked photos.
Delete : Delete the selected photo item.
Close : Close the pop-up menu.
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
►
OK
• Use the MARK button to mark or unmark a
photo. When one or more photos are marked,
you can view individual photos or a slide show
of the marked photos. If no photos are marked,
you can view all photos individually or all
photos in the folder in a slide show.
Select the desired PopUp menu.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-61
TO USE A USB DEVICE
How to view photo
Detailed operations are available on full-sized photo view screen.
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
The aspect ratio of a photo may change the size of the
photo displayed on the screen in full size.
Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
1
Select the target folder or drive.
• Use the P ⋀ ⋁ button to navigate in the photo
page.
2
OK
Select the desired photos.
3
OK
Show the PopUp menu.
4
5
GB-62
OK
OK
Select View
The selected photo is displayed in full size.
6
OK
Select the Slideshow , BGM,
(Rotate), Delete, Option or
Close.
• Use < > button to select the previous or next photo.
• Use ⋁ < > and OK button to select and control the
menu on the full-sized screen.
►
Slideshow : When no picture is selected, all photos in the
current folder are displayed during slide show. If some photos
are selected, those photos are displayed in a slide show.
►
BGM(Background Music) : Listen to music while viewing
photos in full size.
■ Set the Music Folder for BGM in Options before using this
function.
►
(Rotate) : Rotate photos.
■ Rotates the photo 90°, 180°, 270°, 360° clockwise.
■ It can not be rotate when the width of a picture is bigger than
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
■ Set the time interval of the slide show in Option.
supported height.
►
Delete : Delete photos.
►
Option : Set values for Slide Speed and Music Folder for
BGM.
■ Use ⋀⋁< > button and OK button to set values. Then go to
and press OK to save the settings.
■ You cannot change Music Folder while BGM is playing.
►
Close : Hide the menu on the full-sized screen.
■ To see the menu again on the full-sized screen, press OK button
to display.
GB-63
TO USE A USB DEVICE
Music List
You can play music files on USB storage device.
Purchased music files(*.MP3) may contain copyright restrictions. Playback of these files may not be supported by this
model.
Music file on your USB device can be played by this unit.
The On Screen Display may be different from your TV. Images are an example to assist with the TV operation.
MUSIC (*.MP3) supporting file
Bit rate 32 ~ 320
• Sampling rate MPEG1 layer 3: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz.
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
Screen Components
1
MENU
Select USB.
2
OK
OK
➊ Moves to upper level file
➋
Select Music List.
➌
➋ Current page/Total pages
➌ Total number of marked musics
➍ Usable USB memory
➎ Corresponding buttons on the remote
control
➊
GB-64
➎
➍
Music Selection and PopUp Menu
As shown , up to 6 music titles are listed per page.
►
Play (During stop) : Play the selected musics.
►
Stop Play (During playback) : Stop the playing
►
Play with Photo : Start playing the selected musics
►
Mark All : Mark all musics in the folder.
Unmark All : Deselect all marked musics.
Delete : Delete the selected musics.
Close : Close the pop-up menu.
►
►
1
Select the target folder or drive.
2
OK
Select the desired musics.
3
OK
Show the PopUp menu.
4
OK
musics.
and then move to the Photo List.
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
►
Once a music finishes playing, the next selected one
will be played. When there are no selected musics
to play, the next one in the current folder will be
played. If you go to a different folder and press the
OK button, the current music in playback will stop.
• Use the P ∧ ∨ button to navigate in the music page.
• Use the MARK button to mark or unmark a music.
When one or more music files are marked, the
marked musics will be played in sequence. For
example, if you want to listen to only one music
repeatedly, just mark the music only and play it.
If no music is marked, all the music in the folder will
be played in sequence.
Select the desired PopUp menu.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-65
TO USE A USB DEVICE
■
If you don’t press any button for a while during the playing,
the play information box (as shown in the below) will float as
a screen saver.
■
The ‘Screen Saver’?
Screen saver is to prevent screen pixel damage due to an
fixed image remaining on the screen for a extended period
of time.
NOTE
TO USE THE USB DEVICE
GB-66
►
When music is playing,
is displayed in back of the music title.
►
A damaged or corrupted music does not play but displays 00:00 in playtime.
►
A music downloaded from a paid service with copyright protection does not start but displays inappropriate
information in playtime.
►
If you press ■ buttons, screen saver is stopped.
►
The PLAY (►), Pause (II), ■, ►►, ◄◄ buttons on the remote control are also available in this mode.
►
You can use the ►► button to select the next music and the ◄◄ button to select the previous music.
TV GUIDE (EPG; ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)
(In Freesat, Non-Freesat or Digital Antenna Mode)
The TV GUIDE displays the programmes for the next 7 days sent by the broadcaster.
Three modes are available for quick search and reservation (reminder); Table, Schedule and Find.
The On Screen Displays (OSD) and function may differ based on the TV selected.
1
GUIDE
RED
2RED
Display or exit the TV Guide.
OK
Select the channel genre.
(In Freesat mode only)
Move to Schedule mode.
(Except for Non-Freesat mode)
4YELLOW
Move to Find mode.
5
YELLOW
RED
BLUE
BLUE
GREEN
YELLOW
Move to Table mode.
TV GUIDE (EPG; ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)
3GREEN
GREEN
• You can choose whether to display the channel
genre list or not when accessing the TV Guide
in Freesat mode using the OPTION > Guide
Channel Genre menu.
BLUE
GB-67
TV GUIDE (EPG; ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)
(IN FREESAT, NON-FREESAT OR DIGITAL ANTENNA MODE)
Button Function in Table mode
You can view the programme information of all channels in time and date order.
RED
GREEN
TV GUIDE (EPG; ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)
YELLOW
RED
BLUE
GREEN
P
YELLOW
BLUE
OK
Change the genre.
(Freesat mode only)
OK
Change the date.
Change the page.
Return to the current time.
Switch between TV and Radio groups.
(Except for Freesat mode)
Display the programme information.
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■ Selecting a programme
1
2
Select a programme on air.
OK
Switch to the selected programme.
■ Reserving the watching
(Except for Non-Freesat mode)
1
2
Select a programme in the future.
OK
Reserve the watching of the selected
programme. (To cancel, press it
again.) The reserved programmes are
added automatically in Schedule.
Button Function in Schedule mode (Except for Non-Freesat mode)
Schedule displays the list of the programmes reserved. You can edit, delete or add the reservations.
RED
GREEN
OK
BLUE
P
Edit or add a reservation.
Delete a reservation.
Change the page.
Display the programme
information.
■ Editing/Adding the reservation
1
2
3
Select a reservation and
display the Reservation
popup.
OK
OK
OK
Select each option and
enter the values.
Select OK to save.
TV GUIDE (EPG; ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)
YELLOW
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TV GUIDE (EPG; ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)
(IN FREESAT, NON-FREESAT OR DIGITAL ANTENNA MODE)
Button Function in Find mode
Find enables you to find the programme you want by entering the keyword, genre, time and day of the programme.
It will be found from among the programmes of the genre or group selected in Table mode.
RED
GREEN
TV GUIDE (EPG; ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE)
YELLOW
OK
BLUE
P
Input the Keyword, Genre, Time,
Day values and select Search.
(You can select up to two genres.)
Display the previous inputted
values.
Change the page.
Display the programme
information.
■ Selecting a programme
1
2
Select a programme on air.
OK
■ Reserving the watching
(Except for Non-Freesat mode)
1
2
GB-70
Switch to the selected programme.
Select a programme in the future.
OK
Reserve the watching of the selected
programme. (To cancel, press it
again.) The reserved programmes are
added automatically in Schedule.
PICTURE CONTROL
Picture Size (Aspect Ratio) Control
You can watch the screen in various picture formats; 16:9, Just Scan, Original, 4:3, 14:9, Zoom and Cinema Zoom.
If a fixed image is displayed on the screen for a long time, that fixed image may become imprinted on the screen and
remain visible.
1
Q. MENU
2
Select Aspect Ratio.
• You can also adjust Aspect Ratio in the
PICTURE menu.
Select the desired picture format.
• By pressing OK button in 14:9, Zoom or
Cinema Zoom, you can adjust the zoom
size and position. After completing Zoom
Setting, the display goes back to Q.Menu.
• Original
The following selection will allow you to adjust the
picture horizontally, in linear proportion, to fill the entire
screen (useful for viewing 4:3 formatted DVDs).
When your TV receives a wide screen signal it will auto matically change to the picture format broadcast.
• Just Scan
• 4:3
Following Selection will lead to you view the picture of
best quality without loss of original picture in high resolu tion image.
Note : If there is noise in original Picture, you can see
the noise at the edge.
The following selection will allow you to view a picture
with an original 4:3 aspect ratio, gray bars will appear on
both the left and right of the screen.
PICTURE CONTROL
• 16:9
GB-71
PICTURE CONTROL
• 14:9
• Zoom
You can view a picture format of 14:9 or a general TV
programme in the 14:9 mode. The 14:9 screen is viewed
in the same way as in 4:3, but is magnified to the left and
right.
The following selection will allow you to view the picture
without any alteration, while filling the entire screen.
However, the top and bottom of the picture will be
cropped.
• Cinema Zoom
Choose Cinema Zoom when you want to enlarge the
picture in correct proportion.
NOTE : When enlarging or reducing the picture, the im age may become distorted.
PICTURE CONTROL
◄ or ► button : Adjust enlarge proportion of Cinema
Zoom. The adjustment range is 1~16.
▼ or ▲ button : Move the screen.
NOTE :
►
►
►
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You can only select 4:3, 16:9 (Wide), 14:9, Zoom, Cinema Zoom in Component, HDMI mode.
You can only select 4:3, 16:9 (Wide) in RGB mode only.
In HDMI/Component (over 720p) mode, Just Scan is available.
Energy Saving
It reduces the TV’s power consumption.
You can increase the brightness of your screen by adjusting the Energy Saving level or by setting the Picture Mode.
When adjusting Energy Saving in MHEG mode, the Energy Saving setting is applied after MHEG is finished.
1
MENU
OK
3
OK
Select
Energy Saving.
Select Auto, Off, Minimum, Medium,
Maximum or Screen Off.
■
When selecting Screen off, TV turned off after 3 seconds.
■
If you adjust “Energy Saving-Auto, Minimum, Medium, Maximum”, Backlight feature will not work.
■
You can also adjust this feature by selecting Energy Saving button on the remote control.
■
When selecting Auto, Backlight is automatically adjusted through intelligent sensor according to the surrounding condition
when intelligent sensor is in the TV.
PICTURE CONTROL
2
Select PICTURE.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
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PICTURE CONTROL
Preset Picture Settings
Vivid
Standard
Natural
Cinema
Sport
Game
Strengthen the contrast, brightness, colour and sharpness for vivid picture.
The most general screen display status.
The most natural screen display status.
Optimizes video for watching movies.
Optimizes video for watching sports events.
Optimizes video for playing games.
Picture Mode-Preset
PICTURE CONTROL
1
2
3
MENU
OK
OK
• Picture Mode adjusts the TV for the best
picture appearance. Select the preset value
in the Picture Mode menu based on the
programme category.
Select PICTURE.
Select Picture Mode.
• You can also adjust Picture Mode in the
Q. Menu.
• Intelligent Sensor : Adjusts picture
according to the surrounding conditions.
Select Intelligent Sensor, Vivid,
Standard, Natural, Cinema, Sport
or Game.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
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Manual Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode-User option
■
Backlight
■
Contrast
■
Brightness
■
Colour
■
Sharpness
■
Tint
To control the brightness of the screen, adjust the brightness of LCD panel.
Adjusting the backlight when setting the brightness of the set is recommended.
Adjusts the signal level between black and white in the picture. You may use Contrast when the bright part of the
picture is saturated.
Adjusts the base level of the signal in the picture.
Adjusts intensity of all colours.
Adjusts the level of crispness in the edges between the light and dark areas of the picture.
The lower the level, the softer the image.
Adjusts the balance between red and green levels.
PICTURE CONTROL
1
MENU
2
OK
3
OK
4
OK
5
OK
• It is not available to use this function in
“Intelligent Sensor”
Select PICTURE.
• Benefits of using Backlight
- The electricity consumption is reduced by up
to 60%.
Select Picture Mode.
Select Vivid, Standard, Natural,
Cinema, Sport or Game.
- The black brightness is reduced. (As the
black has greater depth, you can enjoy a
better quality definition.)
- You can adjust brightness with maintaining
original signal resolution.
Select Backlight, Contrast,
Brightness, Colour, Sharpness or
Tint.
Make appropriate adjustments.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
NOTE
►
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
You cannot adjust colour, sharpness and tint in the RGB-PC mode.
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PICTURE CONTROL
Picture Improvement Technology
You can calibrate the screen for each Picture Mode or set the video value according to the special video screen.
You can set the video value differently for each input.
To reset to the factory default screen after making adjustments to each video mode, execute the “Picture Reset” function
for each Picture Mode.
(Only 32/37LF77**)
1
MENU
PICTURE CONTROL
2
OK
3
OK
4
(Only 42/47LF77**)
Select PICTURE.
Select Advanced Control.
Select your desired Source.:
Colour Temperature, Noise Reduction, Black Level, Eye Care, Real Cinema,
Film Mode or TruMotion.
Make appropriate adjustments.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
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Colour Temperature
(Warm/Medium/Cool)
■ Choose one of three automatic colour adjustments. Set to warm to enhance hotter colours
Noise Reduction
(Off/Low/Medium/High)
■ Reduces screen noise without compromising video quality
Black Level
(Low/High)
• Low : The picture of the screen gets darker.
• High : The picture of the screen gets brighter.
• Auto : Realizing the black level of the screen and set it to High or Low automatically.
such as red, or set to cool to make picture bluish.
■ Set black level of the screen to proper level.
■ This function enables to select ‘Low’ or ‘High’ in the following mode: AV(NTSC-M), HDMI or
Component. Otherwise, ‘Black level’ is set to ‘Auto’.
Eye Care
(On/Off)
■ Adjust the brightness of the screen to prevent the screen from being too bright. Dims
extremely bright pictures.
■ This feature is disable in “Picture Mode-Vivid, Cinema, Intelligent Sensor”.
Real Cinema
(On/Off)
■ Makes video clips recorded in film look more natural by eliminating judder effect.
Film Mode
(On/Off)
*(Only 32/37LF77**)
TruMotion
(Off/Low/High )
*(Only 42/47LF77**)
■ This function can work when TruMotion is off.
■ Makes video clips recorded in film look more natural by eliminating judder effect.
■ TruMotion can reduce perception of blur on fast moving scenes by displaying one hundred
images per second.
■ It is used for the best picture quality without any motion blur or judder when you enter a
quick image or Film Source.
■ This feature is disable in RGB-PC, HDMI-PC mode.
■ If you enable “TruMotion”, noise may appear on the screen. If this occurs, set “TruMotion” to
PICTURE CONTROL
• High : Provides smoother picture movement.
• Low : Provides smooth picture movement. Use this setting for standard use.
• Off : Use this setting when “High” and “Low” setting result in noise.
“Off”.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-77
PICTURE CONTROL
Picture Reset
Settings of the selected picture modes return to the default factory settings.
1
MENU
Select PICTURE.
PICTURE CONTROL
2
OK
Select Picture Reset.
3
OK
Initialize the adjusted value.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
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Demo Mode (Only 42/47LF77**)
Display the slide show to explain the various logo of this TV.
It is not possible to use Demo Mode in Home Use mode.
In Store Demo, Demo Mode is automatically set to On.
Once Demo Mode is set to Off in Store Demo, Demo Mode does not run and only the screen is reset.
The screen is reset automatically after 5 minutes in Demo Mode.
1
MENU
Select OPTION.
OK
Select Demo Mode.
3
OK
Select On to show the various logo of TV.
4
OK
Return to TV viewing.
If you want to stop the demo, press any button. (except for MUTE,
PICTURE CONTROL
2
+ , - button).
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
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PICTURE CONTROL
Mode Setting
We recommend setting the TV to “Home Use” mode for the best picture in your home environment.
“Store Demo” mode is an optimal setting for displaying at stores.
1
MENU
Select OPTION.
PICTURE CONTROL
2
OK
Select Mode Setting.
3
OK
Select Store Demo or Home Use.
4
OK
Save.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-80
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
Auto Volume Leveler
AVL automatically remains on the same level of volume if you change programmes.
Because each broadcasting station has its own signal conditions, volume adjustment may be needed every time the
channel is changed. This feature allows users to enjoy stable volume levels by making automatic adjustments for each
program.
1
3
Select AUDIO.
OK
Select Auto Volume.
OK
Select On or Off.
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
2
MENU
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
Preset Sound Settings - Sound Mode
You can select your preferred sound setting; Standard, Music, Cinema, Sport or Game and you can also adjust the
frequency of the equalizer.
Sound Mode lets you enjoy the best sound without any Special adjustment as the TV sets the appropriate sound options
based on the programme content.
Standard, Music, Cinema, Sport and Game are preset for optimum sound quality at the factory.
Standard
Music
Cinema
Sport
Game
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
1
2
3
MENU
OK
OK
Offers standard-quality sound.
Optimizes sound for listening to music.
Optimizes sound for watching movies.
Optimizes sound for watching sports events.
Optimizes sound for playing games.
• You can also adjust Sound Mode in the Q.
Menu.
Select AUDIO.
Select Sound Mode.
Select Standard, Music, Cinema,
Sport or Game.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
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Sound Setting Adjustment - User Mode
Adjusting the audio equalizer.
1
MENU
OK
3
OK
Select Sound Mode.
4
OK
Select a frequency band.
5
OK
Set the desired sound level.
Select Standard, Music,
Cinema, Sport or Game.
SRS Trusurround XT
Select this option to sound realistic.
1
2
3
MENU
OK
SRS TruSurround XT : TruSurround XT is a
patented SRS technology that solves the
problem of playing 5.1 multicannel content over
two speakers.
Select AUDIO.
Select SRS TruSur round XT.
►
►
OK
Select On or Off.
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
2
Select AUDIO.
is a trademark of SRS
Labs, Inc.
TruSurround XT technology is
incorporated under license from
SRS Labs, Inc.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-83
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
Balance
You can adjust the sound balance of the speakers to preferred levels.
1
MENU
Select AUDIO.
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
2
OK
Select Balance.
3
OK
Make desired adjustment.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-84
TV Speakers On/Off Setup
You can adjust the TV internal speaker status.
In AV1, AV2, AV3, COMPONENT, RGB and HDMI1 with HDMI to DVI cable, the TV speaker can be operational even
when there is no video signal.
If you wish to use an external Hi-Fi system, turn off the TV internal speakers.
1
MENU
Select AUDIO.
OK
Select TV Speaker.
3
OK
Select On or Off.
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
2
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
Selecting Digital Audio Out
This function allows you to select your preferred Digital Audio Output.
The TV can only output Dolby Digital if a channel is broadcast with Dolby Digital audio.
When Dolby digital is available, selecting Dolby Digital in the Digital Audio Out menu will set SPDIF (Sony Philips Digital
InterFace) output to Dolby Digital
If Dolby Digital is selected in the digital audio out menu when dolby digital is not available, SPDIF output will be PCM
(Pulse-Code Modulation).
Even if both Dolby Digital and Audio language have been set in a channel which broadcast Dolby Digital Audio, only
Dolby Digital will be played.
1
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
2
3
MENU
OK
OK
Select AUDIO.
Manufactured under license
from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby
and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
Select Digital Audio Out.
• There is a possibility that when HDMI mode,
some DVD players do not make SPDIF sound.
At that time, set the output of the digital audio of
the DVD player to PCM.
Select Dolby Digital or PCM.
Item
Audio Input
Digital Audio output
Auto(Speaker On)
MPEG
DD
DD+
HE-AAC
PCM
DD
DD
PCM
Auto(Speaker Off)
MPEG
DD
DD+
HE-AAC
PCM
DD
DD
DD
PCM
PCM
PCM
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-86
Audio Reset
Settings of the selected Sound Mode return to the default factory settings.
1
MENU
Select AUDIO.
OK
Select Reset.
3
OK
Initialize the adjusted value.
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
2
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
Audio Description
(In Fressat or Digital Antenna Mode Only -
dtv,
DTV)
This function is for the blind, and provides explanatory audio describing the current situation in a TV programme in
addition to the basic audio.
When Audio Description On is selected, basic audio and Audio Description are provided only for those programmes that
have Audio Description included.
1
MENU
• The availability of audio description is indicated
by “AD” in the information banner
Select AUDIO.
• You can also activate using the AD button.
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
2
OK
Select Audio Description.
3
OK
Select On or Off.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
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I/II
Stereo/Dual Reception (In Analogue Antenna Mode Only -
TV)
When a programme is selected, the sound information for the station appears with the programme number and station
name.
1
2
Q. MENU
Select AUDIO.
OK
Broadcast
On Screen Display
Mono
MONO
Stereo
STEREO
Dual
DUAL I , DUAL I I , DUAL I+I I
■Mono sound selection
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
Select the sound output.
If the stereo signal is weak in stereo reception, you can switch to mono. In mono reception, the clarity of sound is
improved.
■Language selection for dual language broadcast
If a programme can be received in two languages (dual language), you can switch to DUAL I, DUAL II or DUAL I+II.
DUAL I
DUAL II
DUAL I+II
Sends the primary broadcast language to the loudspeakers.
Sends the secondary broadcast language to the loudspeakers.
Sends a separate language to each loudspeaker.
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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
NICAM Reception (In Analogue Antenna Mode Only -
TV)
If the TV is equipped with a receiver for NICAM reception, high quality NICAM (Near Instantaneous Companding Audio
Multiplex) digital sound can be received.
Sound output can be selected according to the type of broadcast received.
➊ When NICAM mono is received, you can select NICAM MONO or FM MONO.
➋ When NICAM stereo is received, you can select NICAM STEREO or FM MONO.
If the stereo signal is weak, switch to FM MONO.
➌
When NICAM dual is received, you can select NICAM DUAL I, NICAM DUAL II or NICAM DUAL I+II or FM
MONO.
Speaker Sound Output Selection
In AV, Component, RGB and HDMI mode, you can select output sound for the left and right loudspeakers.
Select the sound output.
L+R
L+L
R+R
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
GB-90
Audio signal from audio L input is sent to the left loudspeaker and audio signal from audio R input is sent to the
right loudspeaker.
Audio signal from audio L input is sent to left and right loudspeakers.
Audio signal from audio R input is sent to left and right loudspeakers.
Language Selection
Select the default language and the hard of hearing.
1
2
MENU
OK
1
Select OPTION.
Select Preferred Language.
3
OK
Select your desired language.
4
OK
Save.
2
MENU
Select OPTION.
Select
OK
Hard of Hearing(
3
OK
).
Select On or Off.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
Audio/Subtitle Language (In Freesat, Non-Freesat or Digital Antenna mode only)
If audio data in a selected language is not broadcast, the default language audio will be played. If subtitle data in a
selected language is not broadcast, the default language subtitle will be displayed.
< Audio Language Selection >
The Audio function allows selection of a preferred language.
►
1
2
3
When two or more audio languages are roadcast, you can select the audio language.
Q. MENU
Select Audio.
OK
Status
Not Available
MPEG Audio
Select an audio language.
Dolby Digital Audio
Audio for “Visual Impaired”
Audio for “Hearing Impaired”
Select L+R, L+L or R+R.
Use the Subtitle function when two or more subtitle
languages are broadcast.
►
Display
N.A
< Subtitle Language Selection >
►
Audio Language OSD Information
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL
When the languages you selected as the primary for Audio Language and Subtitle Language are not supported, you
can select language in secondary category.
When two or more subtitle languages are
broadcast, you can select the subtitle language
with the SUBTITLE button on the remote control.
Press the ⋀ ⋁ button to select a subtitle language.
Dolby Digital Plus Audio
Subtitle Language OSD Information
Display
N.A
Status
Not Available
Teletext Subtitle
Subtitle for “Hard of Hearing”
- The audio/subtitles can be displayed in a simpler form with 1 to 3 characters broadcast by the service provider.
- When you select supplementary Audio (Audio for “Visual/Hearing Impaired”) the TV may output a part of the Main audio.
GB-91
TIME SETTING
Clock Setup
The clock is set automatically when receiving a digital TV signal.
Once Clock is set in DTV mode, you cannot change time.
(You can set the clock manually only if the TV has no DTV signal.)
You must set the time correctly before using on/off timer function.
1
MENU
TIME SETTINGS
2
OK
3
OK
4
Select TIME.
Select Clock.
Select either the year, date, or time
option.
Set the year, date, and time options.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-92
Auto On/Off Time Setting
The Off time function automatically switches the TV to standby at a preset time.
Two hours after the TV is switched on by the on time function it will automatically switch back to standby mode unless a
button has been pressed.
The Off time function overrides the On timer function if both are set to the same time.
The TV must be in standby mode for the On timer to work.
1
MENU
OK
3
OK
4
5
6
• To cancel On/Off Time function, select Off.
• For On Time function only
Select Off Time or
On Time.
2
Select Repeat.
Select Off, Once, Daily,
Mon~Fri, Mon~Sat,
Sat~Sun or Sun.
Set the hour.
1
3
4
Select Mode.
Select TV, DTV or
Freesat.
TIME SETTINGS
2
Select TIME.
Set the programme.
Adjust volume level at
switch-on.
Set the minutes.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-93
TIME SETTING
Auto Shut-Off Setting
If the TV is switched on and there is no input signal, it will switch off automatically after 15 minutes.
1
MENU
Select TIME.
2
OK
Select Auto Sleep.
3
OK
Select Off or On.
TIME SETTINGS
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
Sleep Timer Setting
You do not have to remember to switch the TV off before you go to sleep.
The sleep timer automatically switches the TV to standby after the preset time has elapsed.
1
2
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Q. MENU
OK
Select Sleep Timer.
Select Off, 10, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120, 180 or 240 Min.
■
When you switch the TV off, the preset sleep timer is cancelled.
■
You can also adjust Sleep Timer in the TIME menu.
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
Set Password & Lock System
Enter the password, press ‘0’, ‘0’, ‘0’, ‘0’ on the remote control handset.
1
MENU
Select LOCK.
OK
Select Lock System.
3
OK
Select On.
4
OK
5
OK
• If you have forgotten your password, press
7777 to reset your password.
Set the password.
Input a 4-digit password.
Be sure to remember this number!
Re-enter new password for confirm.
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
2
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted to enter
your password to access. Use NUMBER
buttons to input a 4-digit password.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-95
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
Block Programme
Blocks any programmes that you do not want to watch or that you do not want your children to watch.
It is available to use this function in Lock System ”On”.
Enter a password to watch a blocked programme.
1
2
3
MENU
OK
OK
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
4
5
Select Block Programme.
• The
icon will be displayed when the
channel is locked.
• In Analogue Antenna mode, it will be saved
automatically without the confirm message.
Enter the Block Programme.
Select a programme to be locked/unlocked.
RED
6
7
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted to enter
your password to access. Use NUMBER
buttons to input a 4-digit password.
Select LOCK.
Lock or Unlock.
Select OK to save all the changes.
GREEN
OK
Save.
YELLOW
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
BLUE
GB-96
Parental Control (In Freesat, Non-Freesat or Digital Antenna Only)
This function operates according to information from the broadcasting station. Therefore if the signal has incorrect
information, this function does not operate.
A password is required to gain access to this menu.
This set is programmed to remember which option it was last set to even if you switch the set off.
Prevents children from watching certain adult’s TV programmes, according to the ratings limit set.
Enter a password to watch a blocked programme.
1
MENU
Select LOCK.
OK
Select Parental Guidance.
3
OK
Make appropriate adjustments.
4
OK
Save.
• If you have forgotten your password, press
7777 to reset your password.
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
2
• If you have selected On in LOCK > Lock
System menu, you will be prompted to enter
your password to access. Use NUMBER
buttons to input a 4-digit password.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-97
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
Key Lock
The TV can be set so that the remote control is required to control it. This feature can be used to prevent unauthorized
viewing.
1
MENU
Select OPTION.
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS
2
OK
Select Key Lock.
3
OK
Select On or Off.
4
OK
Save.
• In Key Lock ‘On’, if the TV is turned off,
press the INPUT, P ⋀ ⋁ button on the TV
or POWER, INPUT, P ⋀ ⋁ or NUMBER
buttons on the remote control then the TV will
be turned on.
• With the Key Lock On, the display ‘
Key Lock On’ appears on the screen if any
button on the front panel is pressed while
viewing the TV.
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
• Press the RETURN button to return to the previous screen.
GB-98
TELETEXT (For Analogue Antenna Mode -
TV)
Teletext is a free service broadcast by most TV stations which gives up-to-the-minute information
on news, weather, television programmes, share prices and many other topics.
The teletext decoder of this TV can support the SIMPLE and FASTEXT systems. SIMPLE
(standard teletext) consists of a number of pages which are selected by directly entering the
corresponding page number.
FASTEXT is more modern method allowing quick and easy selection of teletext information.
Switch On/Off
Press the TEXT button to switch to teletext. The initial page or last page viewed appears on the
screen.
Two page numbers, TV station name, date and time are displayed on the screen headline. The
first page number indicates your selection, while the second shows the current page displayed.
Press the TEXT button to switch off teletext. The previous mode reappears.
Simple Text
■
Page selection
➊ Enter the desired page number as a three digit number with the NUMBER buttons. If during
selection you press a wrong number, you must complete the three digit number and
then re-enter the correct page number.
➋ The P ⋀ ⋁
button can be used to select the preceding or following page.
Fasttext
The teletext pages are colour coded along the bottom of the screen and are selected by pressing the corresponding
coloured button.
Page selection
➊ Press the T.OPT button and then use ⋀ ⋁ button to select i menu. Display the index page.
➋ You can select the pages which are colour coded along the bottom line with corresponding coloured buttons.
➌ As with SIMPLE teletext mode, you can select a page by entering its three digit page number with the NUMBER
TELETEXT
■
buttons in FASTEXT mode.
➍ The P ⋀ ⋁ button can be used to select the preceding or following page.
GB-99
TELETEXT
Special Teletext Functions
Press the T. OPT button and then use ⋀ ⋁ button to select the Text Option menu.
Size
■
Selects double height text.
i
■
Index
Displays the index page.
■
Time
In the teletext mode, press this button to select a sub page number. The sub page
number is displayed at the bottom of the screen. To hold or change the sub page, press
the RED/GREEN,〈 〉or NUMBER buttons.
■
Hold
Stops the automatic page change which will occur if a teletext page consists of 2 or
more sub pages. The number of sub pages and the sub page displayed is, usually,
shown on the screen below the time. When this menu is selected the stop symbol is
displayed at the top left-hand corner of the screen and the automatic page change is
inactive.
?
■
Reveal
Select this menu to display concealed information, such as solutions to riddles or puzzles.
TELETEXT
GB-100
■
Update
Displays the TV picture on the screen while waiting for a new teletext page. The display will appear at the top left
hand corner of the screen. When the updated page is available then display will change to the page number. Select
this menu again to view the updated teletext page.
DIGITAL TELETEXT
(For Freesat or Digital Antenna Mode -
dtv,
DTV)
*This function works in UK only.
The TV gives you access to digital teletext which is greatly improved in various aspects such as text, graphics etc.
This digital teletext can access special digital teletext services and specific services which broadcast digital teletext.
Teletext Within Digital Service
➊ Press the numeric or P ⋀ ⋁ button to select a digital service
which broadcasts digital teletext. To know which are digital teletext
services, refer to the EPG service list.
➋ Follow the indications on digital teletext and move onto the next
step by pressing TEXT, OK, ⋀ ⋁ < >, RED,GREEN, YELLOW,
BLUE or NUMBER buttons and etc..
➌ To change digital teletext service, select a different service by the
numeric or P ⋀ ⋁ button.
Teletext In Digital Service
➊ Press the numeric or P ⋀ ⋁ button to select a certain service
which broadcasts digital teletext.
➋ Press the TEXT or coloured button to switch on teletext.
step by pressing OK, ⋀ ⋁ < >, RED,GREEN, YELLOW, BLUE
or NUMBER buttons and so on.
➍ Press the TEXT or colour button to switch off digital teletext and
return to TV viewing.
Some services may allow you to access text services by pressing the RED button.
DIGITAL TELETEXT
➌ Follow the indications on digital teletext and move onto the next
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Troubleshooting
The TV does not operate properly.
The remote control
does not work
- Check to see if there is any object between the TV and the remote control causing an
obstruction. Ensure you are pointing the remote control directly at the TV.
- Ensure that the batteries are installed with correct polarity (+ to +, - to -).
- Install new batteries.
Power is suddenly
turned off
- Is the sleep timer set?
- Check the power control settings. Has the Power supply been interrupted.
- Is Auto Sleep activated on this station?.
The video function does not work.
No picture & No sound
- Check whether the TV is switched on.
- Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.
- Is the power cord inserted correctly into the mains?
- Check your antenna direction and/or location.
- Test the mains outlet by plugging another product into the same outlet.
Picture appears slowly
after switching on
- This is normal, the image is muted during the TV startup process. Please contact your
service centre, if the picture has not appeared after five minutes.
No or poor colour
or poor picture
- Adjust Colour in menu option.
- Allow a sufficient distance between the TV and the VCR.
- Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.
- Are the video cables installed properly?
- Activate any function to restore the brightness of the picture.
Horizontal/vertical bars
or picture shaking
- Check for local interference such as an electrical appliance or power tool.
Poor reception on
some channels
- Station or cable channel experiencing problems, tune to another station.
- Station signal is weak, reposition the antenna to receive weaker stations.
- Check for sources of possible interference.
Lines or streaks
in pictures
- Check antenna (Change the position of the antenna).
No picture when
connecting HDMI
- Check that your HDMI cable is version 1.3 or higher.
- If the HDMI cables don’t support HDMI version 1.3, flicking or no screen display can result.
Please use the latest cables that support at least HDMI version 1.3.
The audio function does not work.
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Picture OK & No sound
+ or - button.
- Press the
- Sound muted? Press MUTE button.
- Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.
- Are the audio cables installed properly?
No output from one
of the speakers
- Adjust Balance in menu option.
Unusual sound from
inside the TV
- A change in ambient humidity or temperature may result in an unusual noise when the TV is
switched on or off and does not indicate a fault with the TV.
No sound when
connecting HDMI or USB
- Check HDMI cable over version 1.3.
- Check USB cable over version 2.0.
There is a problem in PC mode. (Only PC mode applied)
The signal is out of range
(Invalid format)
- Adjust resolution, horizontal frequency, or vertical frequency.
- Check the input source.
Vertical bar or stripe on
background &
Horizontal Noise &
Incorrect position
- Use Auto configure or adjust clock, phase, or H/V position. (Option)
Screen colour is unstable
or single colour
- Check the signal cable.
- Reinstall the PC video card.
There is a problem with PICTURE settings.
When the user changes
the picture settings, the
TV automatically converts
back to the initial settings
after a certain period of
time.
- It means that the TV is currently set to Store Demo mode.
To switch to Home use mode you should do the followings:
From the TV Menu, choose OPTION -> Choose Mode Setting -> Choose Home use.
Now, you have completed switching to the Home use mode.
Maintenance
Early malfunctions can be prevented. Careful and regular cleaning can prolong the life of your new TV.
Caution: Be sure to switch the power off and unplug the power cord before you begin any cleaning.
Cleaning the Screen
➊
A good way to keep the dust off your screen for a while is to wet a soft cloth in a mixture of lukewarm water
and a little fabric softener or dish washing detergent. Wring the cloth until it is almost dry, and then use it to
wipe the screen.
➋
Ensure there is no excess water on the screen. Allow any water or dampness to evaporate before switching
on.
Cleaning the Cabinet
■
Extended Absence
APPENDIX
■
To remove dirt or dust, wipe the cabinet with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth.
Do not to use a wet cloth.
CAUTION
►
If you expect to leave your TV dormant for prolonged periods (such as a holiday), unplug the power cord to protect
against possible damage from lightning or power surges.
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APPENDIX
Product Specifications
32LF77**
37LF77**
42LF77**
47LF77**
32LF7700-ZC
37LF7700-ZC
42LF7700-ZC
47LF7700-ZC
with stand
797 x 597 x 227.3 mm
31.3 x 23.5 x 8.9 inches
918.6 x 684.8 x 293.8
36.2 x 26.9 x 11.6 inches
1026.2 x 734 x 293.8 mm
40.4 x 28.8 x 11.5 inches
1140.4 x 820.1 x 342.9 mm
44.8 x 32.2 x 13.5 inches
without stand
797 x 558.6 x 100.5mm
31.3 x 21.9 x 3.9 inches
918.6 x 632.8 x 111.7 mm
36.2 x 24.9 x 4.4 inchess
1026.2 x 687.9 x 111.8 mm
40.4 x 27.0 x 4.4 inches
1140.4 x 764.8 x 129.0 mm
44.8 x 30.1 x 5.0 inches
with stand
without stand
13.0kg / 28.7 lbs
11.5kg / 25.4 lbs
17.3kg / 38.1lbs
14.7kg / 32.4 lbs
20.3kg / 44.7lbs
17.7kg / 39lbs
27.0kg / 59.5lbs
22.3kg / 49.1lbs
MODELS
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
Weight
Power requirement
Power Consumption
CI Module Size
(Width x Height x Depth)
Television System
Programme Coverage
External Antenna Impedance
Environment
condition
■
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GB-104
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Temperature
Storage Humidity
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz 1.8A AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz 1.9A AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz 2.3A
180W
190W
230W
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz 3.1A
310W
100.0 x 55.0 x 5.0mm
3.94 x 2.17 x 0.20inches
PALⅠ
VHF: E2 ~ E12, UHF: E21 ~ E69, CATV: S1 ~ S20, HYPER: S21 ~ S47
75 Ω
0 ~ 40°C / 32 ~ 104°F
Less than 80%
-20 ~ 60°C / -4 ~ 140°F
Less than 85%
The specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice for quality improvement.
Network Connection
This TV can be connected to a local area network (LAN) via the ETHERNET port on the rear panel.
By connecting the TV to Internet, you can use various Freesat interactive services. (For the future)
Connect the TV’s ETHERNET port to the corresponding port on your Modem or Router using a LAN cable.
Use a commercially available straight LAN cable (Category 5/CAT5 or better with RJ45 connector).
TV
Internet
Router
LAN
CAUTION
►
When plugging or unplugging the LAN cable, hold the plug portion of the cable. When unplugging, do not pull on the
LAN cable but unplug while pressing down on the lock.
NOTE
►
►
►
►
►
►
Depending on the internet service provider (ISP), the number of devices that can receive internet service may be
limited by the applicable terms of service. For details, contact your ISP.
Our company is not responsible for any trouble in your internet connection.
The features of TV made available through the Internet Connection feature are not created or provided by our
company, and our company is not responsible for their functionality or continued availability.
Even if the TV is properly connected and configured, some Freesat interactive services may not operate properly
because of internet congestion, the quality or bandwidth of your internet service, or problems at the provider of the
Freesat interactive services.
Any fees charged by an ISP including, without limitation, connection charges are your responsibility.
Modem or Router with 10 Base-T or 100 Base-TX LAN port is required for connection to this TV.
APPENDIX
GB-105
APPENDIX
OPEN SOURCE LICENSE
Open source software notice
The following GPL executables and LGPL libraries used in this product are subject to the GPL2.0/LGPL2.1
License Agreements:
GPL EXECUTABLES:
• Linux kernel 2.6
• busybox
• freetype
LGPL LIBRARIES:
• glibc
• uClibc
• libexif
• id3lib
LG Electronics offers to provide source code to you on CD-ROM for a charge covering the cost of performing
such distribution, such as the cost of media, shipping and handling upon e-mail request to LG Electronics at:
Opensource@lge.com
This offer is valid for a period of three(3) years from the date of the distribution of this product by LG Electronics.
You can obtain a copy of the GPL and LGPL licenses at next pages.
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html
Also you can obtain the translation of GPL, LGPL licenses from http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0translations.html, http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/lgpl-2.1-translations.html.
• This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
• This software includes the libpng, PNG reference library.
• This software includes the Zlib compression library, developed by Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler. Copyright
(C) 1995-2005 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler
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GB-106
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991
Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
Preamble
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General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software--to make sure the
software is free for all its users. This General Public License applies to most of the Free Software Foundation’s software
and to any other program whose authors commit to using it. (Some other Free Software Foundation software is covered
by the GNU Lesser General Public License instead.) You can apply it to your programs, too.
When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to
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To protect your rights, we need to make restrictions that forbid anyone to deny you these rights or to ask you to surrender
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For example, if you distribute copies of such a program, whether gratis or for a fee, you must give the recipients all the
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We protect your rights with two steps: (1) copyright the software, and (2) offer you this license which gives you legal
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION
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0. This License applies to any program or other work which contains a notice placed by the copyright holder saying it
may be distributed under the terms of this General Public License. The “Program”, below, refers to any such program or
work, and a “work based on the Program” means either the Program or any derivative work under copyright law: that is to
say, a work containing the Program or a portion of it, either verbatim or with modifications and/or translated into another
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The act of running the Program is not restricted, and the output from the Program is covered only if its contents constitute
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on what the Program does.
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APPENDIX
1. You may copy and distribute verbatim copies of the Program’s source code as you receive it, in any medium, provided
that you conspicuously and appropriately publish on each copy an appropriate copyright notice and disclaimer of arranty;
keep intact all the notices that refer to this License and to the absence of any warranty; and give any other recipients of
the Program a copy of this License along with the Program.
You may charge a fee for the physical act of transferring a copy, and you may at your option offer warranty protection in
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2. You may modify your copy or copies of the Program or any portion of it, thus forming a work based on the Program,
and copy and distribute such modifications or work under the terms of Section 1 above, provided that you also meet all of
these conditions:
a) You must cause the modified files to carry prominent notices stating that you changed the files and the date of any
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for such interactive use in the most ordinary way, to print or display an announcement including an appropriate
copyright notice and a notice that there is no warranty (or else, saying that you provide a warranty) and that users may
redistribute the program under these conditions, and telling the user how to view a copy of this License. (Exception: if
the Program itself is interactive but does not normally print such an announcement, your work based on the Program is
not required to print an announcement.)
These requirements apply to the modified work as a whole. If identifiable sections of that work are not derived from the
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terms, do not apply to those sections when you distribute them as separate works. But when you distribute the same
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Thus, it is not the intent of this section to claim rights or contest your rights to work written entirely by you; rather, the
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In addition, mere aggregation of another work not based on the Program with the Program (or with a work based on the
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b) Accompany it with a written offer, valid for at least three years, to give any third party, for a charge no more than your
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to be distributed under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above on a medium customarily used for software interchange; or,
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the major components (compiler, kernel, and so on) of the operating system on which the executable runs, unless that
component itself accompanies the executable.
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If distribution of executable or object code is made by offering access to copy from a designated place, then offering
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This section is intended to make thoroughly clear what is believed to be a consequence of the rest of this License.
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Each version is given a distinguishing version number. If the Program specifies a version number of this License which
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any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. If the Program does not specify a version number of this
License, you may choose any version ever published by the Free Software Foundation.
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9. The Free Software Foundation may publish revised and/or new versions of the General Public License from time to
time. Such new versions will be similar in spirit to the present version, but may differ in detail to address new problems or
concerns.
10. If you wish to incorporate parts of the Program into other free programs whose distribution conditions are different,
write to the author to ask for permission. For software which is copyrighted by the Free Software Foundation, write to
the Free Software Foundation; we sometimes make exceptions for this. Our decision will be guided by the two goals
of preserving the free status of all derivatives of our free software and of promoting the sharing and reuse of software
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NO WARRANTY
11. BECAUSE THE PROGRAM IS LICENSED FREE OF CHARGE, THERE IS NO WARRANTY FOR THE PROGRAM,
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How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs
If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the greatest possible use to the public, the best way to achieve
this is to make it free software which everyone can redistribute and change under these terms.
To do so, attach the following notices to the program. It is safest to attach them to the start of each source file to most
effectively convey the exclusion of warranty; and each file should have at least the “copyright” line and a pointer to where
the full notice is found.
<one line to give the program’s name and a brief idea of what it does.>
Copyright (C) <year> <name of author>
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public
License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later
version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied
warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free
Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.
If the program is interactive, make it output a short notice like this when it starts in an interactive mode:
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Gnomovision version 69, Copyright (C) year name of author Gnomovision comes with ABSOLUTELY NO
WARRANTY; for details type `show w’. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain
conditions; type `show c’ for details.
The hypothetical commands `show w’ and `show c’ should show the appropriate parts of the General Public License.
Of course, the commands you use may be called something other than `show w’ and `show c’; they could even be ouseclicks or menu items--whatever suits your program.
You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or your school, if any, to sign a “copyright disclaimer”
for the program, if necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:
Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the program `Gnomovision’ (which makes passes at
compilers) written by James Hacker.
<signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1989
Ty Coon, President of Vice
This General Public License does not permit incorporating your program into proprietary programs. If your program is a
subroutine library, you may consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with the library. If this is what
you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General Public License instead of this License.
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Copyright (C) 1991, 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
[This is the first released version of the Lesser GPL. It also counts as the successor of the GNU Library Public License,
version 2, hence the version number 2.1.]
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General Public Licenses are intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software--to make sure the
software is free for all its users.
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libraries--of the Free Software Foundation and other authors who decide to use it. You can use it too, but we suggest you
first think carefully about whether this license or the ordinary General Public License is the better strategy to use in any
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