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COLOUR
TELEVISION
721A/761A/823A/893A
727A/767A
Owner’s Instructions
Before operating the unit,
please read this manual thoroughly,
and retain it for future reference.
REMOTE CONTROL
MENU CONTROL
TELETEXT FUNCTION(OPTION)
PICTURE IN PICTURE(OPTION)
ENG
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Feature
ENG
The number on this symbol represents the
reference page.
25~26
You can use this TV set with the function
of automatic turning on or off to the time
you set.
Mutual responsive dialogic picture
13
By adopting dialogic method (if you select
one menu, another picture is displayed)
everybody can easily execute the next
operation and verify optional conditions.
27
By identifying operating methods of the
remote control, if you learn one method,
you can learn another method naturally.
21~24
Extra Function
You can easily adjust the menu.
They are as follows;
• Language
• Blue screen
• Noise Reducer
• Low noise AMP
• Demonstration
• Tilt
One method makes every operation easy
13
Time saving function
Various pictures and sound functions
With various pictures and sound functions,
you can adjust the condition of picture
and sound to your taste.
28~29
Picture in Picture (PIP) Operation
With this advanced digital feature,
you can use your VCR to enjoy a movie
while still keeping up with the latest news.
You actually see two sources at the same
time: one on the main screen, the other
inset on a subscreen.
Main and subscreen images may be
interchanged instantly, and the subscreen
image can be shifted to any position of the
main screen by remote control.
• You can select one of five picture
modes (Custom, Standard, Dynamic,
Movie, Mild) you want to view.
• You can select one of five sound modes
(Custom, Standard, Music, Movie,
Speech) you want to hear.
Caution
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN.
!
CAUTION :
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE REAR COVER, NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
☛
Mode
CB
CI
CX
CK
CII
CW
CF
CS
The main voltage is indicated on the rear of
the TV set and the frequency is 50 or 60Hz.
System
PAL-B/G
PAL-I
PAL-B/G, SECAM-B/G
PAL-B/G, D/K, SECAM-B/G, DK
PAL-I (WITH VHF BAND)
PAL-B/G, D/K, SECAM-B/G, D/K, NT4.43MHz
PAL-B/G, SECAM-B/G, SECAM-L/L’
PAL-B/G, I, D/K, SECAM-B/G, D/K, NT4.43/3.58MHz
2
Beware High Voltage. Live parts are
accessible when the rear cabinet is removed.
Do not remove this rear cover.
The lightning flash and arrow head
within the triangle is a warning
sign alerting you of “dangerous
voltage” inside the product.
The exclamation point within the
triangle is a warning sign alerting
you of important instruction
accompanying the product.
!
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You have just purchased
a SAMSUNG television.
ENG
Please take the time to read these instructions,
as they will enable you to set up your
television easily.
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Contents
◆ CONNECTING AND PREPARING YOUR TELEVISION
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Feature........................................................................................................................
Caution........................................................................................................................
Safety Instructions.......................................................................................................
Inserting the Batteries in the Remote Control .............................................................
Connecting the Aerial (or Cable Television Network) .................................................
How to Use this Manual ..............................................................................................
Quick reference guide for your TV set ........................................................................
Antenna Connections..................................................................................................
Video Connections ......................................................................................................
S-VHS Connections ....................................................................................................
Camcorder Connections .............................................................................................
Audio Connections ......................................................................................................
Front Control ...............................................................................................................
Side Connection..........................................................................................................
Remote Controls .........................................................................................................
Switching your Television On and Off .........................................................................
Remote Control ...........................................................................................................
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◆ USING YOUR TELEVISION
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Tuning Procedure (Auto store)....................................................................................
Tuning Procedure (Manual store) ...............................................................................
Tuning Procedure (Channel skip) ...............................................................................
Tuning Procedure (Fine tune) .....................................................................................
Tuning Procedure (Sort)..............................................................................................
Picture Adjustment ......................................................................................................
Sound Adjustment.......................................................................................................
Sound Adjustment (Surround).....................................................................................
Stereo Mode Functions ...............................................................................................
Setting the Timer.........................................................................................................
Setting the Clock .........................................................................................................
Setting the On/Off Timer .............................................................................................
Extra Functions ...........................................................................................................
Picture in Picture (Option) ...........................................................................................
Teletext Operation (Option).........................................................................................
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◆ RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE
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Trouble Shooting.........................................................................................................
Cleaning the TV ..........................................................................................................
Specification................................................................................................................
Symbols
Press
Push
☛
➢
Important
Note
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Safety Instructions
ENG
Place this TV on a stable stand or
table.
Avoid exposing the TV set to
direct sunlight and other sources
of heat.
Do not step on or twist the
power cord.
Adequate ventilation is essential
to prevent failure of electrical
components.
Do not attempt to disassemble
this TV set yourself.
Do not overload wall outlets or
extension cords as this can result
in a risk of fire or electric shock.
Never put objects of any kind
into the TV set, and do not place
a water-containing vessel on the
set.
To prevent damage which may
result in fire or shock hazard, do
not expose this TV set to rain or
excessive moisture.
If it is not being used for a long
time or if there is a lightning
storm, unplug the TV set.
Keep the vacuum cleaner, etc.
away from the TV as far as
possible.
4
Avoid dropping the remote
control.
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Inserting the Batteries in the Remote Control
ENG
You must insert or replace the batteries in the remote control when
you :
◆ Purchase the television.
◆ Find that the remote control is no longer operating
correctly.
1
Remove the cover on the underside of the remote control by sliding it off
with your thumb.
2
Insert two AAA or equivalent batteries placing the “–” end of the batteries
against the springs in the remote control.
3
Replace the cover by aligning it with the remote control and sliding it until it
clicks into place.
➣
If the remote control is not operating, check the list below.
1. Check the polarity of the batteries.
2. Check if the batteries are weak.
3. Check for interruption of electric power.
4. Check if the power plug is connected to the electrical
outlet of the television set.
Connecting the Aerial (or Cable Television Network)
To view television channels correctly, a signal must be received
by the set from one of the following sources:
◆ An outdoor aerial
◆ An indoor aerial
◆ A cable television network
1
Plug the aerial or cable network input cable into the socket at the bottom of
the television’s rear panel.
2
If you are using an indoor aerial, insert the bottom of the aerial into the
support bracket on the top of the television.
75Ω
Cable
Television
Network
VHF/UHF
Rear of TV
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How to Use this Manual
ENG
1
Check the Model Number of your TV set; the Model Number is shown on
the rear cover name plate on the set. Use the table below to confirm which
features your particular Model is equipped with. This will help you to know
which sections of the manual apply to your set.
2
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Check the Part Number on the rear of your Remote Control handpiece,
and note the functions available, as shown on the following pages.
V
Quick reference guide for your TV set
Please check the model number of your TV set.
This Manual applies to several Models and there are slight
differences among them.
Please check the table below to see what your TV is equipped with
before you begin using these Operating Instructions. Instructions
are given for all functions, please disregard those which do not
apply to your TV.
MODEL NAME
727A
PIP
NICAM
TTX
2
O
O
O
NP
2
O
O
X
PT(R)
2
O
X
O
767A
P
2
O
X
X
721A
NT
1
O
O
O
761A
N
1
O
O
X
823A
T
1
O
X
O
893A
WP
1
O
X
X
W
1
X
X
X
WT
1
X
X
O
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Function available refer to:
TELETEXT
30~32
STEREO
24
PIP
6
TUNER
PF
28~29
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ch
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Antenna Connections
ENG
Outdoor Antenna Connections
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VHF/UHF Antenna
Round 75-ohm coaxial cable
Method 1
75Ω
VHF/UHF
VHF Antenna
Flat 300-ohm twin lead cable
Rear of TV
Method 2
Round 75-ohm coaxial cable
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Video Connections
ENG
1
Connect an optional AUDIO/VIDEO cable from the VIDEO OUT jack on
the rear of the VCR to the VIDEO IN jack on the rear of the TV.
2
Connect another optional audio/video cable from the AUDIO OUT jacks on
the rear of the VCR to the AUDIO IN jacks on the rear of the TV.
Rear of TV (Option)
75Ω
AV-2
◆
VHF/UHF
AV-1
S-VIDEO1
If you have a VCR with 21 pin scart jack, connect scart cable to the
rear of TV (Option).
RGB
3
Press the TV/VIDEO button to select “AV”.
◆
As you press the button, TV, AV1, AV2, AV3, S-VIDEO1, and
S-VIDEO2 are repeated alternately.
➞
TV ➞ S-VIDEO1 ➞ S-VIDEO2 ➞ AV1 ➞ AV2 ➞ AV3
VCR
4
VIDEO
if connected
Playback a tape in the VCR.
(See owner’s Manual for VCR)
(MONO)
L-AUDIO-R
75Ω
MONITOR
-OUT
AV-2
VHF/UHF
S-VIDEO1
☛
Self Checkup Function
AV-1
◆ When all front and rear jack of this TV are
disconnected, the video mode changes as below.
TV ➞ AV3
(When only AV1 Jack is connected)
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
(L)
VCR
TV ➞ AV1
➞
(R)
☛
TV/Video Selection
◆ Press the TV/VIDEO button repeatedly to select the
desired input.
◆ Whenever the TV/VIDEO button is pressed, the mode
changes as below.
Side of TV
R
I
AUDIO
I
TV ➞ S-VIDEO1 ➞ S-VIDEO2
➞
AV3
AV2
➞
VIDEO3
INPUT
➞
➞
L
(MONO)
AV1
S-VIDEO2
INPUT
(when all input jacks are connected)
➣
AUDIO OUT
(L)
VIDEO OUT
VCR
(R)
◆ When video mode is selected and that AV mode has no
input picture signal, the background colour of the TV
screen will change to blue regardless of whether the
BLUE-SCREEN function is set.
◆ Teletext displays on screen will not be output at the
Monitor output terminal and Scart output terminal.
◆ AV mode isn’t selected when VCR wasn’t operating, so you
must check VCR status before selecting AV mode.
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S-VHS Connections
ENG
on
1
Connect an optional S-VHS cable from the S-VHS OUT jack on the rear of
the VCR to the S-VHS IN jack on the rear of the TV.
on
2
Connect an optional AUDIO/VIDEO cable from the AUDIO OUT jacks on
the rear of the VCR to the AUDIO IN jacks on the rear of the TV.
he
3
Press the TV/VIDEO button to select “S-VIDEO”.
Rear of TV (Option)
75Ω
AV-2
VHF/UHF
AV-1
◆
As you press the button, TV, S-VIDEO1 and S-VIDEO2 are repeated
alternately.
S-VIDEO1
RGB
TV ➞ S-VIDEO1➞ S-VIDEO2
➞
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S-VIDEO OUT
(if all S-VIDEO inputs are connected)
4
VCR
Playback a tape in the VCR.
(See owner’s Manual for VCR)
➣
◆ You can enjoy a more clear and distinct picture if you
connect cable to S-VHS Jack in case of playing high
quality Video.
VIDEO
(MONO)
L-AUDIO-R
75Ω
MONITOR
-OUT
AV-2
VHF/UHF
S-VIDEO1
◆ For video signal in Colour System SECAM, connect to
the video terminal because there is no standard on
S-Video terminal.
AV-1
S-VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
(L)
(R)
VCR
Side of TV
R
I
AUDIO
I
L
(MONO)
VIDEO3
INPUT
S-VIDEO2
INPUT
o
S-VIDEO OUT
(L)
AUDIO OUT
(R)
9
VCR
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Camcorder Connections
ENG
1
Connect an optional audio/video cable from the VIDEO OUT jack on the
camcorder to the VIDEO IN jack on the front of the TV.
2
Press the TV/VIDEO button to select “AV3”.
Side of TV
◆
R
I
AUDIO
As you press the button TV, AV1, AV2 (S-VIDEO) and AV3 are
repeated alternately.
I
L
(MONO)
➞
TV ➞ AV3
VIDEO3
INPUT
if, only AV3 input was connected.
S-VIDEO2
INPUT
3
Slide the VIDEO IN/OUT switch to OUT.
◆
AUDIO OUT
(L)
Play back a tape in the camcorder.
(see owner’s manual for camcorder.)
VIDEO OUT
CAMCORDER
(R)
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
Audio Connections
Rear of TV (Option)
VIDEO
(MONO)
L-AUDIO-R
75Ω
MONITOR
-OUT
AV-2
2
Connect an optional audio/video cable from the Audio out jacks on the rear
of the TV to the AUDIO IN jacks on the AUDIO.
3
Position the INPUT SELECTION switch on the audio to AUX and adjust
the volume.
➣
◆ You can hear a more vivid stereo sound through an
audio system.
◆ It may be convenient for you, if you connect together
the jacks using the following colour code.
(Video:Yellow, Audio(left): White, Audio(right): Red)
(AUX IN)
(R)
10
Adjust the volume of the TV to minimum.
VHF/UHF
S-VIDEO1
AV-1
(L)
1
AUDIO
T
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Front Control
ENG
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727A/767A
TV/VIDEO MUTE
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VOL
CH
MENU
TV/Video Selection
Button
Menu Button
Mute Button
Volume Up/Down Button
Channel Up/Down Button
721A/761A/823A/893A
ENU
EL M
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TV/VIDE
-VOLUM
CHANN
Side Connection
ar
st
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I
AUDIO
I
Audio InputTerminal
L
(MONO)
VIDEO3
INPUT
S-VIDEO2
INPUT
Video Input Terminal
S-VIDEO2 Terminal
Headphone Jack
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Remote Controls
ENG
T
POWER
Power button
TV/VIDEO SLEEP DISPLAY MUTE
+
TV/VIDEO button
Sleep button
Mute button
Display button
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-/--
0
P/C
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
Sound Standard button
Direct Channel Selection buttons
Surround button
Stereo mode button
P.STD
P.SIZE
MENU
Menu button
Picture Size button
Picture Standard button
VOL
VOL
Channel Up/Down button
Volume Up/Down button
CH
PIP
ON
SWAP
MULTI ROTATE
CH
SCAN
STILL
TV/TEXT
LIST/FLOF
MIX
INDEX
CANCEL
STORE
SUBPAGE
F/T/B
HOLD
REVEAL
PIP buttons (Option)
i
TTX buttons (Option)
PAGE
?
Teletext
P
P
F
M
➣
➣
The Control Range of Transmitter.
◆ You can control the TV set remotely with this transmitter anywhere up to 7~10 meters away
from the TV set with in the range of 60˚, right and left.
It is possible that the transmitter range will be reduced if a bright light is turned on around the TV
set.
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Switching your Television On and Off
ENG
The mains lead is attached to the rear of the television.
1
Plug the mains lead into an appropriate wall socket.
◆
2
Use a wall socket with a:
- Voltage of between 100 and 250 volts.
- Frequency of either 50 or 60 Hz.
Press the POWER button on the front panel to switch the television on.
ns
3
◆
If you have already stored channels, the channel selected when you
last switched your television off appears on the screen.
◆
If you have not yet stored any channels; no clear picture appears.
Refer to “Auto store” on page 14, 15 or “Manual store” on page 16, 17.
Press the POWER button on the front panel to switch the television off.
➣
You can execute every operation by pressing CH▲ or
CH▼ buttons and VOL+ or VOL– buttons alternately
because of identified operation method, if you learn one
method, you can easily operate another function by
viewing the picture.
Remote Control
Pressing these buttons alternately makes every operation easy.
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
P.STD
Picture change
Function Input
Press VOL+ or VOL– buttons to change picture
by inputting selected function.
MOVE
Press CH▲ or CH▼ buttons to move your desired Menu.
P.SIZE
VOL
MENU
VOL
CH
PIP
ON
MULTI ROTATE
V
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Tuning Procedure (Auto store)
ENG
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
P.STD
P.SIZE
VOL
MENU
The Auto Store function makes channel storage easier and faster
than manual store.
This Auto Store can memorise on-air channels from present
channels in numerical order.
VOL
CH
PIP
ON
1
If the TV is in stand-by mode (red light on), press the “POWER” button on the
remote control. Press the “MENU” button and press CH ▲ or CH ▼ button to
place on the “Setup” option.
2
Press VOL+ or VOL– buttons then the “Setup” menu is displayed and
press CH ▲ or CH ▼ buttons to place on the “Auto store” option.
3
Press VOL+ or VOL– buttons and press CH ▲ or CH ▼ buttons to place
on the area where you live.
MULTI ROTATE
Menu
Picture
Sound
Time
Setup
Function
PinP
Sel.
Enter
☛ If you want start Auto store program number 20, before pressing
MENU, select program number 19 by pressing CH▲ or CH▼ buttons
or direct channel selection buttons (0~9).
4
◆ The Television scans the VHF L, VHF H and UHF frequency bands in
turn and stores the available channels:
◆ The progress of the scan is indicated by a horizontal bar & percentage.
◆ The number of the channel currently being searched for and the
frequency being scanned are displayed.
◆ When channel broadcasted is memorised, horizontal bar turns yellow.
◆ After every channel broadcasted is memorised, “Sort” menu is
displayed.
◆ At this point you can view real picture through Sub picture.
Setup
Auto store
Manual store
Channel skip
Fine tune
Sort
Sel.
Enter
Asia/W. Europe
CIS/E. Europe
China
Hongkong/UK
Australia
NZ/Indonesia
South Africa
America
Sel.
Set
Press the VOL+ or VOL–buttons.
5
Press “MENU” button repeatedly until the menus disappear.
➣
Programme mode (P)
◆ When completing Auto Store, the broadcasting stations
in your area have been assigned to position number
from P00 to max P99. You can select a channel by
entering the position number in this mode.
Real Channel mode (C)
◆ You can select a channel by the assigned number to
each air broadcasting station in this mode.
* Searching *
P27
450MHz
50%
Exit
14
CATV channel mode (S)
◆ You can select a channel by entering the assigned
number for each cable channel in this mode.
A
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Tuning Procedure (Auto store) (cont.)
ENG
Area Select by Country
AREA
TV SYSTEM
COUNTRY
Asia/W. Europe
B/G,H: West European TV Standard
Asia; India, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand,... etc
Middle East Asia; Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman,
Saudi Arabia, Yemen,... etc
Africa; Egypt, Libya, Sudan, etc
W. Europe; Germany, Spain, Croatia, Slovenia,... etc
CIS/E. Europe
D/K: East European TV Standard
CIS, Czech, Hungary, Poland, Rumania,... etc
China
D/K: China TV Standard
China, Mongolia
Hongkong/UK
I: British TV Standard (UHF Only)
Hongkong, United Kingdom
Australia
B/G,H: Australian TV Standard
Australia
NZ/Indonesia
B/G,H: W. European TV
Standard (1-11)
Indonesia, New Zealand
in
South Africa
I: British TV Standand (VHF/UHF)
South Africa
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America
M: American TV Standard
Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Philippines, Taiwan,
U.S.A,... etc
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TV Channel selection mode
If you press the P/C button repeatedly, the display mode changes cyclicly.
Program mode ➞ Real CH mode ➞ Cable CH mode
➞
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s
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Tuning Procedure (Manual store)
ENG
When storing channels manually, you can choose:
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
P.SIZE
◆ The number by which you wish to identify each stored
channel.
VOL
Method 1: To memorise channels by searching channels.
1
PIP
ON
MULTI ROTATE
◆ Move to “Setup” option by pressing CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and press
the VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
2
Setup
Auto store
Manual store
Channel skip
Fine tune
Sort
Sel.
Search
* Manual store *
Area
: Asia/W. Europe
Colour : Auto
Sound : B/G
Ch. No. : C67
Search : 839MHz
Pr. No. : P 0
Store
:?
Sel.
◆ Place on “Ch. No” option and press VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
3
Enter
* Manual store *
Area
: Asia/W. Europe
Colour : Auto
Sound : B/G
Ch. No. : C21
Search : 471MHz
Pr. No. : P 0
Store
:?
Move to “Manual store” option by pressing CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and
press the VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
On this mode, channel is increased or decreased by pressing VOL+ or
VOL– buttons and where real channel is broadcasted, it stops.
◆ While searching, the frequency corresponding to the channel is
displayed at the same time, sub picture is disappeared.
◆ In “ Manual store” mode, sub picture is displayed, automatically, sub
picture’s channel number is corresponding to indicated “Pr. No.” option.
4
When you find the channel which you want, move to “Pr. No” option and
designate the number which you want to store by VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
5
Move to “Store” option and press VOL+ or VOL– buttons to store.
“Store : OK” indicates that storage is done.
6
When you have finished manual storage, press menu repeatedly until the
menus disappear.
➣
◆ You can also select a CATV channel mode by pressing
the P/C button on the transmitter.
◆ If you wish to view broadcasts from neighbouring
countries, you can change “Area” by VOL+ or VOL–
buttons.
Asia/W. Europe ➞ CIS/E. Europe ➞ China ➞ Hongkong/UK
No. set
➞
Sel.
Press the MENU button on the TV set.
America
Set
16
NZ/Indonesia
Australia
If the colour is abnormal, move to “Colour” option and set
the colour until the colour becomes normal.
Colour
Auto ➞ PAL ➞ SECAM ➞ NTSC 4.43 ➞ NTSC 3.58
Sound
B/G ➞ I ➞ D/K ➞ M
➞
Sel.
☛
South Africa
➞
* Manual store *
Area
: Asia/W. Europe
Colour : Auto
Sound : B/G
Ch. No. : C67
Search : 839MHz
Pr. No. : P 1
Store
: OK
➞
CH
➞
VOL
◆ Whether or not to store each of the channels found.
MENU
➞
P.STD
M
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Tuning Procedure (Manual store) (cont.)
ENG
Method 2 : To memorise channels by searching frequency.
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
1
Press the MENU button on the TV set.
P.STD
◆ Move to “Setup” option by pressing CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and press
the VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
2
On this mode, frequency is increased or decreased by pressing VOL+ or
VOL – buttons and where real channel is broadcasted, it stops.
4
When you find the frequency of channel which you want, move to “Pr. No”
option and designate the number which you want by VOL+ or VOL–
buttons.
5
Move to “Store” option and press VOL+ or VOL– buttons to Store. “Store :
OK” indicates that storage is done.
he
K
➣
◆ If you wish to view broadcasts from neighbouring
countries, you can change “Area” by VOL+ or VOL–
buttons.
Asia/W. Europe ➞ CIS/E. Europe ➞ China ➞ Hongkong/UK
➞
nd
CH
MULTI ROTATE
Setup
Auto store
Manual store
Channel skip
Fine tune
Sort
Sel.
Enter
When you have finished manual storage, press “MENU” repeatedly until
the menus disappear.
America
➞
6
ub
n.
South Africa
➞
is
NZ/Indonesia
➞
or
MENU
VOL
PIP
ON
3
d
VOL
Move to “Manual store” option by pressing CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and
press the VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
◆ Place “Search” option and press VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
ss
P.SIZE
* Manual store *
Area
: Asia/W. Europe
Colour : Auto
Sound : B/G
Ch. No. : C21
Search : 471MHz
Pr. No. : P 0
Store
:?
Sel.
Search
Australia
◆ PAL, SECAM and NTSC 3.58 are different colour signal
broadcast transmission systems applicable to differing
countries. NTSC 4.43 is a trick playback mode used in
special VCR’s to playback NTSC recorded video tapes
through PAL television equipement.
* Manual store *
Area
: Asia/W. Europe
Colour : Auto
Sound : B/G
Ch. No. : C67
Search : 839MHz
Pr. No. : P 0
Store
:?
Sel. No. set
* Manual store *
Area
: Asia/W. Europe
Colour : Auto
Sound : B/G
Ch. No. : C67
Search : 839MHz
Pr. No. : P 1
Store
: OK
Sel.
Set
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Tuning Procedure (Channel skip)
ENG
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
P.STD
P.SIZE
VOL
MENU
VOL
You can exclude the channels of your choice from the channel scan
operation. When you scan through the stored channels, those you
have chosen to skip are not displayed.
1
CH
PIP
ON
Press the MENU button on the TV set.
◆ Move to “Setup” option by pressing CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and press
the VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
MULTI ROTATE
2
Move to “Channel skip” option by pressing CH▲ or CH▼ buttons.
◆ To set the Channel skip press the VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
Menu
Picture
Sound
Time
Setup
Function
PinP
Sel.
Enter
* Channel skip *
P 0 : Erased
P 1 : Added
P 2 : Added
P 3 : Added
P 4 : Added
Sel.
Set
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Use the CH▲ or CH▼ buttons to select the channel of your choice.
◆ Add or Erase the desired channel by pressing VOL+ or VOL– button.
◆ At this point, selected channel is displayed on the Sub picture.
4
Enter
Setup
Auto store
Manual store
Channel skip
Fine tune
Sort
Sel.
3
☛
When you have finished adding and erasing channels, press Menu
repeatedly until the menus disappear.
Programme Number Selection
e.g. To select programme number ‘24’ (two digit).
(When the CHANNEL SELECTION buttons(0~9) are
used.)
e.g. To select programme number ‘7’ (one digit).
◆ Press the DISPLAY button.
◆ The programme number, Colour system, picture mode
and Sound system, and Sound mode, etc are displayed.
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Tuning Procedure (Fine tune)
ENG
If the reception is clear, you do not have to fine-tune the channel,
as this is done automatically during the search and store operation.
If however the signal is weak or distorted, you may have to finetune the channel manually.
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
P.STD
P.SIZE
VOL
1
Press the MENU button on the TV set.
Use VOL+ or VOL– buttons until you obtain a sharp and clear picture and
good sound quality.
◆ Select “Store” option by VOL+ or VOL– buttons if you wish to memorise
adjusted picture or sound.
Select “Erase” option by VOL+ or VOL– buttons if you wish to erase.
4
PIP
ON
MULTI ROTATE
Move to “Fine tune” option by pressing CH▲ or CH▼ buttons.
◆ To enter the “Fine tune” press the VOL+ or VOL– button.
3
VOL
CH
◆ Move to “Setup” option by pressing CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and press
the VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
2
Menu
Picture
Sound
Time
Setup
Function
PinP
Sel.
Enter
When you have finished press Menu repeatedly until the menus disappear.
➣
◆ After you execute “Fine tune” store, the “*” symbol
appears to the left of the program No. and Real CH. No
and then changes colour to red.
P12
C10
green
white
MENU
* P12
* C10
red
◆ This tells you that the set’s Automatic Fine Tuning has
been disabled for that program Number.
Setup
Auto store
Manual store
Channel skip
Fine tune
Sort
Sel.
Enter
* Fine tune *
Tune : – +
Store : ?
Erase : ?
Sel.
Adjust
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Tuning Procedure (Sort)
ENG
You can exchange the numbers of two channels, in order to:
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
P.STD
P.SIZE
VOL
◆ Modify the numeric order in which the channels have been
automatically stored.
MENU
◆ Give easily remembered numbers to the channels that you
watch most often.
VOL
CH
1
PIP
ON
◆ Press VOL + or VOL– buttons to display “Setup” menu.
Menu
Picture
Sound
Time
Setup
Function
PinP
Sel.
Press the MENU button and move to “Setup” option.
MULTI ROTATE
2
Move to “Sort” option and press VOL+ or VOL– buttons to display “Sort”
menu. Then “Sort” menu is displayed on the “From” option.
3
Press VOL+ or VOL– buttons until the channel number that you wish to
change is displayed. Then the selected channel’s picture is displayed on
sub picture.
4
Press CH▲ or CH▼ buttons to place on “To” option.
Enter
◆ Press VOL+ and VOL– buttons until the new number by which you
wish to identify the channel is displayed. Then the selected channel is
exchanged with the one previously stored to the chosen number.
Setup
5
Auto store
Manual store
Channel skip
Fine tune
Sort
Sel.
Enter
Here’s an example.
◆ If you select “1” for the “From” option and “3” for the “To” option :
- Channel 1 becomes channel 3.
- Channel 3 becomes channel 1.
6
Move to Store line with the CH▲ or CH▼ button. Press the VOL+ or VOL–
buttons.
◆ “OK” is displayed on the store line.
* Sort *
7
From : P 1
To : P 3
Store : ?
Move the channel to the programme number you desire by repeating the
process from No.3 to No.5.
8
When you have finished adding and erasing channels.
Press MENU repeatedly until the menus disappear.
Sel.
No. Set
* Sort *
◆ If you change the programme number on the “From”
line after storing, the programme number on the “To”
line automatically increases by 1.
◆ The existing channels of the programme number
displayed on “To” disappears when performing above
functions.
From : P 1
To : P 3
Store : ?
Sel.
➣
No. Set
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Picture Adjustment
ENG
By pressing the P.STD button, you can sequentially select any one
of the five possible preferred analogue picture presets.
-/--
0
P/C
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
1
Press the P.STD button.
P.STD
P.SIZE
MENU
◆ Whenever this button is pressed, the mode will be changed as follows.
➞ Custom ➞ Standard ➞ Dynamic ➞ Movie ➞ Mild
VOL
VOL
CH
Custom
rt”
◆ Select this mode to view the adjusted picture you want.
Standard
to
on
◆ Select this mode to view the factory-preset standard picture.
Dynamic
◆ Select this mode to view a powerful and clear picture.
◆ For watching in brighter (day light) environments.
Custom
Movie
◆ Select this mode to enjoy the atmosphere as if you were in a movie
theatre.
Mild
◆ Select this mode
- To emphasize mildness.
- When the surrounding are dark.
- To decrease eye fatigue.
L–
e
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Picture Adjustment (cont.)
ENG
-/--
0
You can sequentially select and adjust one of five picture levels.
◆ Contrast, Brightness, Colour, Sharpness or Tint (NTSC only)
P/C
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
P.STD
P.SIZE
VOL
e.g. Contrast Adjustment.
MENU
1
Press the MENU button. Move to “Picture” option by pressing the CH▲ or
CH▼ buttons and press the VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
2
Move to “Contrast” by pressing the CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and press the
VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
3
Adjust 100 “Contrast” by VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
4
When you have finished contrast adjustment, press Menu repeatedly until
the menus disappear.
VOL
CH
Menu
Picture
Sound
Time
Setup
Function
PinP
Sel.
T
b
il
➣
In the circumstances of colour broadcasting, the colour
does not disappear completely even if you minimize the
colour control level.
Enter
P.SIZE
Picture
100 Contrast
50 Brightness
50 Sharpness
50 Colour
Sel.
Adjust
Contrast
100
Picture Size Adjustment (
)
Press this button to change picture size.
◆ Plus ➞ Normal ➞ 16:9 ➞ Zoom
( Normal ➞ 16:9 ➞ Zoom ; 34”, 37” )
Plus
Normal ➞ Plus mode (extra 1 inch)
Normal
Aspect ratio 4:3
Y
T
16:9
Normal ➞ 16:9 size
e
Zoom
16:9 ➞ Normal size
➣
◆ In Zoom mode, the picture display will temporary revert
to Normal mode for OSD display. The picture display
returns to the Zoom mode when the OSD disappears
(MENU, PIP, DISPLAY, TTX).
◆ Guide sentence reads “Not available”.
Each press of the “P.SIZE” button for change the picture
size in status of “PIP ON”.
◆ When we watch the TV, pictures can be cut on is left or
right or left & right side according to the signal from
broadcasting station. Then we ought to watch on
“Normal” size by using “P.SIZE” button.
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Sound Adjustment
ENG
There is a choice of four audio settings. By pressing the S.STD
button any one of the five settings can be in the sequence
illustrated.
-/--
1
or
Press the S.STD button.
P.STD
P/C
P.SIZE
MENU
◆ whenever this button is pressed, the mode will be changed as follows.
➞ Custom ➞ Standard ➞ Music ➞ Movie ➞ Speech
VOL
VOL
CH
he
Custom
◆ Select this mode to hear the adjusted sound you want.
Standard
til
t
0
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
◆ Select this mode to hear the factory-preset standard sound.
Music
◆ Select this mode to hear the music.
Movie
◆ Select this mode to view the movie.
Custom
Speech
◆ Select this mode to hear the voice clearly.
➣
Sound Cutoff
◆ Press the MUTE button to turn off the sound
◆ To restore sound, press it again.
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
P.STD
P.SIZE
VOL
You can sequentially select and adjust one of six sound levels (Bass,
Treble, Balance, Volume, Bass AMP, Surround).
e.g. Treble Adjustment
1
Press the MENU button.
Move to “Sound” option by pressing the CH▲ or CH▼ buttons.
2
Press the VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
Move to “Treble” option by pressing the CH▲ or CH▼ buttons.
3
Press the VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
◆ The sound level is adjusted.
➣
MENU
VOL
CH
PIP
ON
MULTI ROTATE
Menu
Picture
Sound
Time
Setup
Function
PinP
Sel.
Enter
You can enjoy more powerful bass sound.
◆ Press the menu button.
Move to “Sound” option by pressing the CH▲ or CH▼
buttons.
◆ Press the VOL+ or VOL– buttons to set “Bass AMP : ON”.
Move to Bass AMP option by pressing the CH▲ or CH▼
buttons.
Sound
50 Bass
50 Treble
00 Balance
50 Volume
Bass AMP : Off
Surround : Off
Sel.
Adjust
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Picture Adjustment (Surround)
ENG
1
-/--
0
P/C
◆ As you press it repeatedly it changes in the order of Mono, Concert,
Stadium and Off.
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
P.STD
P.SIZE
VOL
Y
w
Press the “SURROUND” button.
MENU
VOL
Off
You cannot hear stereophonic sound.
Mono
Select this mode to hear normal mono signal in
stereophonic sound.
Concert
Select this mode to hear music similar to a performance
in a concert hall (available for stereo broadcasting).
Stadium
Select this mode to hear a vivid sound, like in a stadium
when watching sports broadcasts.
CH
➣
Off
◆ For stereophonic effect, functions of “Stadium” and
“Concert” are available for stereo broadcast.
◆ What is stereophony?
It is lively sound that you hear at the concert or stadium.
Stereo Mode Functions
Y
d
c
By pressing the S. MODE button, you can determine the way in which the audio signal is produced at the
loudspeakers and AV output.
Type
Type of broadcast
On-Screen indication
Regular Broadcast
(Standard Audio)
NICAM
STEREO
(OPTION)
NORMAL USE
Regular+
NICAM MONO
NICAM
NICAM
MONO
MONO
NICAM STEREO
NICAM
NICAM
STEREO
MONO
NICAM DUAL I/II
Dual-I
NICAM
Dual-II
NICAM
Regular Broadcast
(Standard Audio)
A2 STEREO
BILINGUAL or
DUAL I/II Mode
STEREO
➣
Remark
Dual-I
Dual-II
NORMAL USE
Dual-I
Dual-II
Dual-I
STEREO
Dual-II
FORCED MONO
1. When the power is switched ON, the mode is automatically preset at either “DUAL-I” or “STEREO”,
depending on the current transmission.
2. When the receiving conditions deteriorate, listening will be easier if the mode is set to the “FORCED
MONO” position using the Stereo/Bilingual Sound selection button.
◆ If the stereo signal is weak or the receiving conditions are poor or if STEREO: MONO automatic
switching occurs, it is recommended that you to switch to the “Forced Mono” Mode.
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Setting the Timer
ENG
You can select a time period of between 15 and 180 minutes after
which the television automatically switches to standby mode.
rt,
1
Press the SLEEP button.
POWER
◆ Whenever this button is pressed, the time will be changed.
n
Off ➞ 15 ➞ 30 ➞ 45 ➞ 60 ➞ 90 ➞ 120 ➞ 150 ➞ 180 ➞
Off
◆ During the last minute before switching to stand-by mode, a clock
symbol and the indication ”
1 Off” are displayed.
ce
m
➣
+
1
2
3
To cancel the sleep timer function, press SLEEP repeatedly
until the word ” Off” is displayed.
Setting the Clock
You can set the television’s clock so that the current time will be
displayed when you press the DISPLAY button on the remote
control.
◆ You must set the current time before you can set the
automatic On/Off timer.
e.g. To enter a time of 12:00
1
Press the MENU button and move to “Time” option by CH▲ or CH▼
buttons.
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
P.STD
P.SIZE
MENU
VOL
VOL
CH
PIP
ON
MULTI ROTATE
◆ Press VOL+ or VOL– button and press it again.
2
Adjust “Hour” by CH▲ or CH▼ buttons.
◆ Whenever these buttons are pressed, the hour increases or decreases
by 1.
3
Press VOL+ button and adjust “Minute” by CH▲ or CH▼ buttons.
Menu
Picture
Sound
Time
Setup
Function
PinP
Sel. Enter
◆ Whenever these buttons are pressed, the minute increases or
decreases by 1.
4
Press the MENU button to return to the main menu.
Time
Clock : 12 : 00
Timer: Off
”,
D
TV/VIDEO SLEEP DISPLAY MUTE
➣
NOISE TIMER Mode
If the set is not switched off when the TV station stops
broadcasting, it will automatically go to Stand-by Mode
after 15 minutes.
white
red
Move
Adjust
This function will not operate when the Television set is in
AV Mode or TELETEXT mode.
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Setting the On/Off Timer
ENG
S.STD SURROUND S.MODE
P.STD
P.SIZE
By setting the ON/OFF time, the set carries out alarm and
automatic off function.
P
C
MENU
1
VOL
Press the MENU button.
L
VOL
◆ The “Menu” picture is displayed on the screen.
CH
B
2
PIP
ON
MULTI ROTATE
Move “Time” option by pressing the CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and press the
VOL+ or VOL– buttons.
◆ “Time” picture is displayed on the screen.
N
Menu
Picture
Sound
Time
Setup
Function
PinP
Sel. Enter
Time
Clock
Timer
On time
Off time
Sel.
: 7 : 30
: On
:––: ––
:––: ––
Set
Time
Clock : 7 : 30
Timer : On
On time : 7 : 30
Off time : – – : – –
Move
Adjust
Time
Clock
: 7 : 30
Timer
: On
On time : 7 : 30
Off time : 12 : 00
Move
Adjust
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3
Move to “Timer” option by CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and press VOL+ or VOL–
buttons to set “Timer” on.
4
Move to “On time” by CH▲ or CH▼ and press VOL+ or VOL– buttons to
set time. (refer to page 25.)
5
Move to “Off time” by CH▲ or CH▼ and press VOL+ or VOL– buttons to
set time. (refer to page 25.)
6
Press the MENU buttonto return to the main menu.
➣
◆ If you have not yet set the television’s clock,
the message “Set clock first” is displayed.
◆ If this happens, refer to “Clock” on the previous page.
L
D
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Extra Functions
ENG
Press the MENU button. Move to a function by pressing the CH▲ or
CH▼ button. Adjust it by pressing the VOL+ or VOL– button.
Language
◆ To view the “MENU” mode with the language spoken
in your Area.
Blue screen
◆ When no picture signal is input, or the signal is weak,
the screen reverts to a blue background colour.
To continue viewing very weak signals disable this
feature.
he
Noise Reducer
L–
to
2:41 PM
Low noise AMP
to
Demonstration
Tilt
◆ To prevent Noise on the picture caused by the weak
broadcasting signal or an external interference signal.
Blue screen menu isn’t display when in AV mode.
◆ To amplify not Noise but TV signal in the weak signal
Area.
◆ This function is working only weak signal condition,
and that is memorized on current program number,
additionally.
◆ All the menu pages appear repeatedly in sequence.
To stop demonstration, press any button.
◆ Tilt correction (Terrestrial Magnetic Compensatopn).
Use VOL+ or VOL– button to compensate for picture
Tilt, depending on TV set installation.
Function
Language
Blue screen
Noise Reducer
Low noise AMP
Demonstration
Tilt
Function
Language
Blue screen
Noise Reducer
Low noise AMP
Demonstration
Tilt
Function
Language
Blue screen
Noise Reducer
Low noise AMP
Demonstration
Tilt
Function
Language
Blue screen
Noise Reducer
Low noise AMP
Demonstration
Tilt
Blue screen
Noise Reducer
Low noise AMP
Demonstration
Tilt
Sel.
:0
: English
: On
: Off
: Off
:0
: English
: Off
: On
: Off
:0
: English
: Off
: Off
: On
:0
: Off
: Off
: Off
:0
Enter
Blue screen
Noise Reducer
Low noise AMP
Demonstration
Tilt
Sel.
: English
: Off
: Off
: Off
Adjust
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: Off
: Off
: Off
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Picture in Picture (Option)
ENG
PinP
Pinp : On
Sel. : TV
Pr. No. : P67
Size
Sel.
1
Press the MENU button and move to “Pinp” option by CH▲ or CH▼
buttons. Press the VOL+ or VOL- buttons to set “Pinp : On”.
2
Move to “
Sel.” option by pressing the CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and press
the VOL+ or VOL- buttons to set “
Sel. : TV”.
◆ Choose this function to convert source memorised on Sub Picture.
◆ If set to “TV”, you can view on-air broadcasting through Sub Picture.
If set to “VIDEO”, you can view video tape recorded by VCR through
Sub Picture.
◆ If set to “VIDEO”, “Pr. No.” option is not selected.
Set
PinP
Pinp : On
Sel. : TV
Pr. No. : P27
Size
Sel.
➣
P
C
Set
PinP
Pinp : On
Sel. : TV
Pr. No. : P67
Size
Sel.
With this function you can display a “PIP screen”
(small picture) within the main picture of TV program or video
input. In this way you can watch or monitor TV program or the
video input from any connected equipment while watching TV or
other video input. For information about connection of other
equipment, see page 7-10.
3
Move to “Pr. No.” option by pressing the CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and press
the VOL+ or VOL- buttons to select the channel that you want to view
through Sub Picture.
4
Move to “Size” option by pressing the CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and press the
VOL+ or VOL- buttons to adjust the type of Sub Picture.
No. Set
M
R
S
S
◆ If you wish to choose this function, you must select a “TV” mode on the
“
Sel.” option.
PinP
Pinp : On
Sel. : TV
Pr. No. : P67
Size
Sel.
Enter
Sel.
PinP
Pinp : On
Sel. :
1
Pr. No. : P67
Size
:
Sel.
Enter
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5
Move to “Size” option by pressing the CH▲ or CH▼ buttons and press the
VOL+ or VOL- buttons to adjust the size of Sub Picture to big size or small
one.
◆ If you wish to choose this function, you must select a “AV” mode on the
“
Sel.” option ;
1,
2,
3, S
1, S
2
S
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Picture in Picture (Option) (cont.)
ENG
➣
Preference : Concerning the functions of “PinP : On”.
VOL
PIP ON/OFF button
◆ Press this button to operate ON/OFF function of
PinP on the remote control directly.
CH▲ / ▼ button
◆ Press this button to select the channel of Sub
picture.
MULTI button
◆ Press the MULTI button to view memorized
channels to a maximum of 9 on the Sub picture
spontaneously.
ROTATE button
◆ Press this button to move the Sub picture
counterclockwise.
SWAP button
◆ Press this button to interchange the Main picture
and the Sub picture.
➣ When the Main picture is in the Video
mode and the Sub picture is in the TV
mode, you might not hear the sound of
Main picture when pressing the SWAP
button after changing the Sub picture
channel. At this time, reselect the Main
picture channel.
SCAN button
◆ Press the SCAN button to scan every
memorized channel in order. Press it again to
stop scanning.
STILL button
◆ Press this button to still the Sub picture, so that
the edges of Sub picture turn RED.
VOL
CH
PIP
ON
SWAP
MULTI ROTATE
CH
SCAN
ss
e.
gh
ss
w
he
he
he
all
Press this button again to cancel, so that the
edges of Sub picture revert to GRAY.
he
➣
◆ On the condition of Multi PIP it is impossible to execute
Swap and Still.
◆ Everytime the “MULTI” button is pressed, the Program
number and the location of the Sub picture are changed.
(See figures below)
PR 1
PR 6
PR 7
PR 8
PR 9
PR 9
PR 10
PR 11
PR 12
PR 13
PR 14
PR 15
PR 16
PR 1
PR 1
PR 2
PR 2
PR 3
PR 4
PR 5
PR 6
PR 3
PR 16
PR 17
PR 18
PR 19
PR 23
PR 24
PR 25
PR 20
PR 21
PR 26
PR 27
PR 28
PR 22
PR 23
PR 29
PR 30
PR 31
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Teletext Operation (Option)
ENG
LIST/FLOF
MIX
INDEX
CANCEL
STORE
SUBPAGE
F/T/B
HOLD
REVEAL
Teletext is additional information that is broadcast by the TV station
along with the TV programme.
The built-in Teletext decoder of your set enables you to display this
additional information on the screen.
Teletext is transmitted in the form of texts or graphic representations,
or as subtitles to the TV programme.
The latter is intended to help the hard of hearing. Teletext is
transmitted page by page. The pages are numbered and may be
selected by remote control.
TV/TEXT
i
PAGE
?
Teletext
TV/TEXT button
(
)
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◆ Press this button to change from TV to teletext mode.
◆ Press again this button to change back to TV mode.
820 840 860 880 100
SUBPAGE button
(
)
◆ To view a particular subpage, after pressing the key, the subpage number with the numeric keys.
Press the “SUBPAGE” button again to restore the initial time status Z****(S****).
Z**** VGE SUN 12 MAY 12:23/41
L
INDEX button
( i )
100
826
711
100
S**** VGE SUN 12 MAY 12:23/41
L
100
826
711
100
◆ With the teletext index button, you can select any page from the index on page 100.
This remains stored at all times.
FLOF TELETEXT MODE :
When the index key is pressed the current subpage changes to the upper subpage.
LIST TELETEXT MODE :
When the “INDEX” button is pressed the current page changes to the first memorised page.
CANCEL Button
(
)
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◆ While the search is in progress for a selected page, the normal TV picture can be viewed by
pushing this button. When the page has been found, its number will be displayed in the left corner
of the top line. To view the selected page press “CANCEL” button.
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Teletext Operation (Option) (cont.)
ENG
◆ This function is used when the characters on the TV screen are hard to read. Pushing it the 1st
time expands the TOP half of the display only. Pushing it the 2nd time expands the bottom half
of the display only. Pushing it the 3rd time returns the display to its original size.
F/T/B button
(
)
,
.
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P100 VGE SUN 12 MAY 12:23/41
➞
➞
100
826
711
P100 VGE SUN 12
MAY 12:23/41
➞
100
860
NUMERIC button
◆ Press these buttons to select the “TELETEXT” page required.
PAGE UP button
( )
◆ Press this button to display the next TTX page.
826
PAGE DOWN button
( )
711
826
711
860
VGE SUN 12 MAY 12:23/41
100
➣
826
711
860
P899 VGE SUN 12 MAY 12:23/41
100
826
711
860
◆ Press this button in TTX mode to display TTX and TV screen simultaneously.
To revert back to theTV programme alone, press the TV button.
er
REVEAL button
( ? )
860
◆ Press this button to display the previous page.
100
HOLD (HALT) button
(
)
102
860
P100 VGE SUN 12 MAY 12:23/41
MIX button
(
)
711
P101 VGE SUN 12 MAY 12:23/41
P100 VGE SUN 12 MAY 12:23/41
100
826
826
711
◆ When TELETEXT information exceeds more than
one page, the display changes automatically to the
next page. To hold a particular page, press this
button. This display will remain until the hold button
is pressed again.
860
◆ Press this button to reveal concealed information. (e.g. the solution to a riddle or a puzzle.)
Press again to conceal information.
◆ In the teletext mode press MIX button to have text superimposed over the normal programme picture.
◆ Press TTX button to return to TELETEXT mode.
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Teletext Operation (Option) (cont.)
ENG
➣
LIST/FLOF
MIX
INDEX
List mode is a convenient way of accessing some teletext
pages without the need to enter page numbers. In this mode,
4 page numbers can be preset for each programme number 0
to 59.
A maximum of 240 pages can be programmed.
(e.g. 4 pages X 60 programme numbers) Any one of these 4
pages can be displayed instantly by pushing the
corresponding “colour-coded” button on the remote control.
TV/TEXT
i
CANCEL
STORE
SUBPAGE
F/T/B
HOLD
REVEAL
PAGE
?
Teletext
1
LIST mode
L
100
RED
How to store textpages (list mode)
826
FLOF mode
711
860
100
826
711
(Teletext must be selected first.)
Select the “list” mode by pushing the
LIST/FLOF button (
).
Pushing this button will switch between the
“LIST and FLOF” modes.
860
YELLOW
GREEN
CYAN
2
To select a memory position, press one of the “colour-coded” buttons.
3
Enter the page number of the desired teletext page by using buttons “0” to “9”.
4
Press the TTX STORE button (
) until the background colour changes to white.
P100 VGE SUN 12 MAY 12:23/41
L
5
100
826
711
860
Subsequently pressing any one of the coloured buttons will display the page stored against it.
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Trouble Shooting
ENG
No picture.
No sound.
◆ Not plugged into A.C. supply.
◆ Not switched on.
◆ Check contrast, brightness and volume settings.
Normal picture.
No sound.
◆ Check volume level.
◆ Check sound mute button on remote control.
◆ Check system
No colour.
Normal sound.
◆ Check colour level.
◆ Check system
Interference on screen.
Distorted sound.
◆ Electrical appliances, cars, motorcycles, fluorescent light.
Multiple image.
Snowy picture.
Distorted sound.
◆ Direction, location and or aerial connection.
Remote control malfunctions or
reduction in operating distance.
◆ Replace batteries.
◆ Clean indicator window.
◆ Check battery terminals.
0
Cleaning the TV
1
Wipe the outside of this TV set with a soft, dry cloth.
◆ Do not use solutions containing benzol, petroleum or a chemical cloth.
2
Wipe the speaker of this TV set with a soft cloth moistended with water.
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Specification
ENG
AREA
CH.
DISPLAY
➣
RECEIVE CHANNEL
ASIA/
CIS/
W.EUROPE E.EUROPE
CHINA
HK/UK
AUSTRALIA
NZ/INSOUTH
DONESIA AFRICA
AMERICA
CABLE
OTHERS AMERICA
00
–
–
–
–
0
–
–
–
–
–
01
–
1
1
–
1
1
–
–
01
01
02
2
2
2
–
2
2
–
2
02
02
03
3
3
3
–
3
3
–
3
03
03
04
4
4
4
–
4
4
4
4
04
04
05
5
5
5
–
5
5
5
5
05
05
06
6
6
6
–
6
6
6
6
06
06
07
7
7
7
–
7
7
7
7
07
07
08
8
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8
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8
8
8
8
08
08
09
9
9
9
–
9
9
9
9
09
09
10
10
10
10
–
10
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
–
11
11
11
11
11
11
12
12
12
12
–
5A
–
–
12
12
12
13
–
–
13
–
–
–
13
13
13
13
14
–
–
14
–
–
–
–
14
14
14
15
–
–
15
–
–
–
–
15
15
15
16
–
–
16
–
–
–
–
16
16
16
17
–
–
17
–
–
–
–
17
17
17
18
–
–
18
–
–
–
–
18
18
18
19
–
–
19
–
–
–
–
19
19
19
20
–
–
20
–
–
–
–
20
20
20
21
21
21
21
21
–
21
21
21
21
21
22
22
22
22
22
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22
22
22
22
22
23
23
23
23
23
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23
23
23
23
23
24
24
24
24
24
–
24
24
24
24
24
25
25
25
25
25
–
25
25
25
25
25
26
26
26
26
26
–
26
26
26
26
26
27
27
27
27
27
–
27
27
27
27
27
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
29
29
29
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29
29
29
29
29
29
29
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
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32
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
For cable channels in “America” area the actual channel may be different from that shown in the table.
34
C
D
➣
A
e.
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Specification (cont.)
ENG
AREA
CH.
DISPLAY
➣
RECEIVE CHANNEL
ASIA/
CIS/
W.EUROPE E.EUROPE
CHINA
HK/UK
AUSTRALIA
NZ/INSOUTH
DONESIA AFRICA
AMERICA
CABLE
OTHERS AMERICA
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
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36
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37
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37
37
37
37
37
37
37
38
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39
39
39
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40
40
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40
40
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
–
42
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
–
43
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
–
44
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
–
45
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
–
46
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
–
47
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
–
48
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
–
49
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
–
50
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
–
51
52
52
52
52
52
52
52
52
52
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52
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
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–
53
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
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54
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
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55
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
–
56
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
–
57
58
58
58
–
58
58
58
58
58
–
58
59
59
59
–
59
59
59
59
59
–
59
60
60
60
–
60
60
60
60
60
–
60
61
61
61
–
61
61
61
61
61
–
61
62
62
62
–
62
62
62
62
62
–
62
63
63
63
–
63
63
63
63
63
–
63
64
64
64
–
64
64
64
64
64
–
64
65
65
65
–
65
65
65
65
65
–
65
66
66
66
–
66
66
66
66
66
–
66
67
67
67
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67
67
67
67
67
–
67
68
68
68
–
68
68
68
68
68
–
68
69
69
69
–
69
69
69
69
69
–
69
For cable channels in “America” area the actual channel may be different from that shown in the table.
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– AFTER SALES SERVICE
– Do not hesitate to contact your retailer or service agent
if a change in the performance of your product indicates
that a fault condition may be present.
ELECTRONICS
AA68-11068A(3) ENG
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