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Wide Screen TV
Operating Instructions
Model No.
CT-34WX50
For assistance, please call : 1-888-VIEW-PTV(843-9788)
or send e-mail to : consumerproducts@panasonic.com
or visit us at www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
(U.S.A)
For assistance, please call : 787-750-4300
or visit us at www.panasonic.com
(Puerto Rico)
For assistance, please call : 1-800-561-5505
or visit us at www.panasonic.ca
English
(Canada)
TQBC0213-2
本誌の制作番号の経緯
MBS0100S0(MS)
MBS0100S1020(MS)
MBS0100S2020(MS)
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WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock do not remove cover or back. No
user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
The lightning flash with
arrow-head within a triangle
is intended to tell the user
that parts inside the product
are a risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within
a triangle is intended to tell
the user that important
operating and servicing
instructions are in the papers
with the appliance.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
Do not place containers with water (flower vase, cups, cosmetics, etc.) above the set. (including
on shelves above, etc.)
WARNING: 1) To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.
2) Do not remove the grounding pin on the power plug. This apparatus is equipped with a three pin
grounding-type power plug. This plug will only fit a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature.
If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact an electrician.
Do not defeat the purpose of the grounding plug.
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Important Safety Instructions
1) Read these instructions.
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated.
2) Keep these instructions.
The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
3) Heed all warnings.
All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
4) Follow all instructions.
All operating and use instructions should be followed.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
For example, near a bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tube, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool,
and the like.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a dry cloth for cleaning.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacture’s instructions.
Slots and Openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to
protect it from overheating. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other
similar surface.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is
provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider
than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments / accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart / apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination
to overturn.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
This will prevent damage to the product due to Lightning and power-line surges.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally. or has been dropped.
CAUTION : This TV set for use only with TV-stand. (Model: TY-S34WX50) Use with other stand is capable of resulting
in stability causing possible injury.
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AVERTISSEMENT
Risque de secousse électrique
Ne pas ouvrir
AVERTISSEMENT: Pour réduire les risques de secousse électrique, ne pas retirer le
couvercle ni le panneau arrière. Cet appareil ne contient aucune pièce qui puisse être
réparée par l'utilisateur; l'entretien doit être effectué par du personnel qualifié.
Le symbole de l'éclair, inscrit dans un
triangle équilatéral, a pour objet
d'appeler l'attention de l'utilisateur sur la
présence, à l'intérieur du produit, de
pièces non isolées portées à une
"tension dangereuse" qui peut avoir une
amplitude suffisante pour provoquer une
secousse électrique.
Le symbole du point d'exclamation,
inscrit dans un triangle équilatéral, a pour
objet d'appeler l'attention de l'utilisateur
sur la présence, dans la documentation
accompagnant le produit, d'importantes
instructions concernant son mode
opératoire et son entretien.
AVERTISSEMENT: Pour éviter tout dommage pouvant entraîner un incendie ou une secousse électrique,
n'exposez pas l'appareil à la pluie ou à l'humidité.
Ne placez aucun récipient contenant de l’eau (vase de fleur, tasse, bouteille de produit
de beauté, etc.) sur l’appareil (ou sur une étagère le dominant).
AVERTISSEMENTS:1) Pour réduire les risques de secousse électrique, ne pas retirer le couvercle. Cet appareil ne
contient aucune pièce qui puisse être réparée par l'utilisateur; l'entretien doit être effectué par
du personnel qualifié.
2) Ne supprimez pas la broche de mise à la terre de la fiche du cordon d'alimentation. Cet
appareil est équipé d'une fiche à 3 broches qui ne peut être introduite que dans une prise
secteur dont la troisième broche est reliée à la terre. Cette disposition concerne la sécurité.
Si la fiche ne pénètre pas complètement dans la prise, consultez un électricien qui remplacera
la prise ou la fiche hors norme.
Ne tentez pas de contourner la sécurité de la fiche avec broche de mise à la terre.
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Précautions de sécurité importantes
1) Lisez ces instructions.
Lisez toutes les instructions de sécurité et de fonctionnement avant d’utiliser l’appareil.
2) Conservez ces instructions.
Les instructions de sécurité et de fonctionnement doivent être conservées à titre d’information.
3) Prenez en compte tous les avertissements.
Tous les avertissements marqués sur l’appareil ou dans le mode d’emploi doivent être pris en compte.
4) Suivez toutes les instructions.
Toutes les instructions de fonctionnement et d’utilisation doivent être suivies.
5) N’utilisez pas cet appareil près de l’eau.
Par exemple, près d’une baignoire, d’un lavabo, d’un évier, d’une machine à laver, dans un sous-sol humide, près
d’une piscine, etc.
6) Nettoyez l’appareil uniquement avec un chiffon sec.
N’utilisez pas des nettoyants liquides ou aérosols. Pour le nettoyage, utilisez un chiffon sec.
7) Ne bloquez pas les orifices de ventilation. Installez l’appareil en suivant les instructions du fabricant. Les fentes et les orifices
du boîtier servent à la ventilation, aident au bon fonctionnement de l’appareil et le protègent des échauffements anormaux.
Ces orifices ne doivent jamais être bloqués en plaçant l’appareil sur un lit, un canapé, un tapis ou une autre surface similaire.
8) N’installez pas l’appareil près d’une source de chaleur telle qu’un radiateur, une chaudière, un poêle ou un autre appareil
(y compris les amplificateurs) produisant de la chaleur.
Cet appareil ne doit pas être placé à l’intérieur d’un meuble tel qu’une bibliothèque ou un bâti électronique sauf si une
ventilation suffisante peut être assurée ou que les instructions du fabricant sont respectées.
9) N’invalidez pas les caractéristiques de sécurité de la fiche polarisée ou avec mise à la terre. Une fiche polarisée possède
deux broches, une plus large que l’autre. Une fiche avec mise à la terre possède deux broches et une troisième broche de
mise à la terre. La lame large et la troisième broche de mise à la terre ont été faites pour des raisons de sécurité. Si la broche
de la fiche ne se branche pas dans la prise, consultez un électricien pour faire remplacer la prise.
10) Protégez le cordon d’alimentation et empêchez qu’il soit piétiné, ou pincé, particulièrement au niveau de la prise
secteur murale et de la sortie de l’appareil.
11) Utilisez uniquement des dispositifs auxiliaires/accessoires spécifiés par le fabricant.
12) Utilisez uniquement un chariot, socle, trépied, support ou table spécifié par le fabricant ou vendu
avec l’appareil. Si vous utilisez un chariot, faites attention lors du déplacement du chariot avec
l’appareil qu’il ne tombe et ne vous blesse pas.
Un arrêt brusque, une force excessive et une surface inégale peuvent causer le renversement de
l’ensemble.
13) Débranchez l’appareil pendant un orage ou lorsqu’il ne doit pas être utilisé pendant une période prolongée.
Cela évitera qu’il soit endommagé pendant un orage ou par une surtension.
14) Pour toute réparation, consultez une personne qualifiée. L’appareil doit être réparé s’il a été endommagé de n’importe
quelle façon, comme quand, par exemple, le cordon ou la fiche d’alimentation est endommagé, un liquide ou un objet
a pénétré à l’intérieur de l’appareil, l’appareil a été exposé à la pluie ou l’humidité, ne fonctionne pas normalement ou
est tombé.
AVIS : Ce téléviseur doit être utilisé uniquement avec le meuble de téléviseur (modèle: TY-S34WX50). L’utilisation
d’un autre modèle peut rendre l’ensemble instable et être cause de blessures.
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Dear Panasonic Customer
Welcome to the Panasonic family of customers. We hope that you will have many years of enjoyment
from your new color television set.
To obtain maximum benefit from your set, please read these Instructions before making any adjustments,
and retain them for future reference.
Retain your purchase receipt also, and note down the model number and serial number of your set in
the space provided on the back cover of these instructions.
Visit our Panasonic Web Site for USA
for canada
:
:
www.panasonic.com
www.panasonic.ca
For assistance, please call : 1-888-VIEW-PTV(843-9788)
or send e-mail to : consumerproducts@panasonic.com
or visit us at www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
(U.S.A)
For assistance, please call : 787-750-4300
or visit us at www.panasonic.com
(Puerto Rico)
For assistance, please call : 1-800-561-5505
or visit us at www.panasonic.ca
(Canada)
Note:
This product utilizes both a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) and other components that contain lead. Disposal of these
materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information
please contact your local authorities, or the Electronics Industries Alliance: <http:// www.eiae.org.>
FCC CAUTION:
Pursuant to 47CFR, Part 15.21 of the FCC rules, any changes or modifications to this monitor not expressly approved by
Matsushita Electric Corporation of America could result in harmful interference and would void the user’s authority to
operate this device.
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions ....................................... 2
Installation ...................................................................... 8
Receiver Location ......................................................... 8
Optional External Equipment ........................................ 8
AC Power Supply Cord ................................................. 8
Safety Precaution .......................................................... 8
Remote Control Battery Installation .............................. 9
Connecting the Antenna Cable to the RF In Terminal .... 10
Antenna / Cable Connection ....................................... 11
How to connect the “1, 2, 3, 4” input terminals ........... 13
How to connect the COMPONENT VIDEO Input Terminals .... 14
How to connect the AV Prog. Out Terminals ............... 14
Connecting Headphones / Earphones ........................ 15
Location of Controls .................................................... 16
Illuminated Remote Control ........................................ 16
Controls and Terminals on the TV ............................... 18
Power ON / OFF ............................................................ 19
Connecting the Plug to the Wall Outlet ........................19
How to Turn the Power On ........................................... 19
Flow Chart of Main Menu ............................................ 20
Tuning channels (Automatic channel programming) .................. 22
Tuning channels (Manual channel programming) ...................... 23
ASPECT Controls ......................................................... 24
VHF, UHF and CATV ..................................................... 26
Cable TV ........................................................................ 27
Searching for the desired channel (channel search) ........ 28
Playing a VCR or other peripheral equipment
(changing input modes) .............................................................. 29
Playing games in game mode ..................................... 30
Recall / Mute ................................................................. 31
Split screen ................................................................... 32
Adjusting screen position and size ............................ 34
Audio Adjustments ...................................................... 36
Picture Adjustments .................................................... 38
Playing special video software ................................... 41
Closed Captions ........................................................... 42
Lock Feature ................................................................. 44
Customizing the VIDEO INPUT labels ........................ 48
Selecting STEREO/SAP/MONO ................................... 50
Using the off-timer ....................................................... 51
Viewing with reduced brightness (POWER SAVE) ........... 52
Video game player to VIDEO INPUT ........................... 53
Optimizing display for DVC recording mode (DVC PLAYBACK MODE) ...... 54
Adjusting unnatural video images (3D Y/C FILTER) ........ 55
Automatically changing screen size for VIDEO INPUT modes ..... 56
Cancelling automatic enlarging of screen ................. 57
Setting when 480p signals (sequential scan) are
input through COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT ........ 58
Geomagnetic correction (Adjusting skewing of images) ........ 59
Switching languages for display ................................ 60
Operating peripheral equipment using the remote control ..... 61
Troubleshooting ........................................................... 69
Specifications ............................................................... 71
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Installation
Receiver Location
This unit is intended to be used with an optional stand or entertainment center. Consult your dealer for available options.
Locate for comfortable viewing. Avoid placing where sunlight or other bright light (including reflections) will fall on the
screen.
Use of some types of fluorescent lighting can reduce remote control transmitter range.
Adequate ventilation is essential to prevent internal component failure. Keep away from areas of excessive heat or moisture.
To insure optimum color purity do not position magnetic equipment (motors, fans, other speakers, etc.) nearby.
Optional External Equipment
The Video/Audio connection between components can be made with shielded video and audio cables. For best performance,
video cables should utilize 75 ohm coaxial shielded wire. Cables are available from your dealer or electronic supply store.
Before you purchase any cables, be sure you know what type of output and input connectors your various components
require. Also determine the length of cable you’ll need.
AC Power Supply Cord
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot of AC outlet and fully insert. Do not use this
(polarized) plug with a receptacle or other outlet unless the blade can be fully inserted to prevent blade exposure.
Safety Precaution
Please take safety precautions to prevent the unit
from falling over.
The unit may fall over during earthquakes, or if
someone stands on, or shakes, the TV.
Fixing to a wall
Use a strong rope or a chain (not
included) to fasten the TV firmly
to a strong support such as a wall
or pillar.
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Installation
Remote Control Battery Installation
Requires two AA batteries.
1. Turn the Transmitter face down.
Remove top cover by pressing
down on marking and sliding cover
off in the direction indicated.
2. Install the batteries as shown in
the battery compartment. (Polarity
+ or – must match the markings in
the compartment).
3.
Replace the cover and slide in
reverse until the lock snaps.
Two AA size
Helpful Hint:
For frequent remote control users, replace old
batteries with Alkaline batteries for longer life.
Note: In order to maximize the life of the batteries, the
lighted buttons on the Remote Control can be turned OFF
and ON by pressing R-TUNE and RECALL at the same
time.
Precaution on battery use
Incorrect installation can cause battery leakage and corrosion that will damage the remote control transmitter.
Observe the following precautions:
1. Batteries should always be replaced as a pair. Always use new batteries when replacing the old set.
2. Do not combine a used battery with a new one.
3. Do not mix battery types (example: “Zinc Carbon” with “Alkaline”).
4. Do not attempt to charge, short-circuit, disassemble, heat or burn used batteries.
5. Battery replacement is necessary when remote control acts sporadically or stops operating the TV set.
Helpful Hint:
Whenever you remove the batteries, you may
need to reset the remote control infrared
codes. We recommend that you record the code
on page 62, prior to setting up the remote.
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Installation
Connecting the Antenna Cable to the RF In Terminal
Antenna Connection - For proper reception of VHF/UHF channels, an external antenna is required. For best reception an
outdoor antenna is recommended. Antenna Mode must be set to TV.
VHF Antenna
UHF Antenna
Mixer
Y
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
PB
VIDEO
PR
75 Ohm
Coaxial Cable
RF In Terminal
AUDIO-L
L
AUDIO
AUDIO-R
R
PROG.
OUT
1
2
3
INPUT
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
Coaxial Antenna Plug
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Installation
Antenna / Cable Connection
Incoming Cable From Home Antenna (75 Ohm)
VHF/UHF
on Back of Set
Incoming 75 Ohm Cable (From Cable Company)
Cable Connection - For reception of cable channels (01 - 125) connect the cable supplied by your local cable company.
Antenna Mode must be set to CABLE. (Refer to Antenna Mode section.)
VHF/UHF
on Back of Set
Note:
Certain cable systems offset some channels to reduce interference or have Premium (scrambled) channels. A cable
converter box is required for proper reception. Check with your local Cable company for its compatibility requirements.
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Installation
Antenna Connection (Cable Box, no VCR)
Use this configuration when connecting the TV to a cable TV system using a Cable Box.
ANTENNA
TERMINAL ON THE
BACK OF THE TV
CABLE BOX
ANT
OUTPUT
INPUT
TERMINAL ON THE BACK
OF THE CABLE BOX
Connect the cable from the Output
terminal on the back of the Cable
Box to the ANT terminal on the back
of the TV.
Incoming Cable from
Antenna or Cable TV
System
Antenna Connection (Cable Box, and VCR)
Use this configuration when connecting the TV to a cable TV system using a Cable Box and VCR.
ANTENNA
TERMINALS ON THE
BACK OF THE TV
CABLE BOX
ANT
OUTPUT
Connect the cable from the Output
terminal on the back of the VCR to
the Antenna input terminal on the
back of the TV.
INPUT
Connect the cable from the
Output terminal on the back
of the Cable Box to the
Antenna input terminal on the
back of the VCR.
TERMINAL ON THE BACK
OF THE CABLE BOX
Connect the cable from the
antenna or cable system to
the Input terminal on the
back of the CABLE BOX.
Incoming Cable
from Antenna or
Cable TV System
VCR
TO VCR
ANT INPUT
OUTPUT
ANT OUTPUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
Note: When the antenna cable is connected to the TV antenna terminal via a cable box or VCR, set the TV channel to CH3
or CH4, cable. This does not apply when signal is input from VIDEO INPUT.
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Installation
How to connect the “1, 2, 3, 4” input terminals
Connects VCRs and other peripheral equipment
(Super-VHS VCR)
R
Audio
OUT
L
Video
OUT
S-Video
OUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO
AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R
PROG.
OUT
1
2
3
INPUT
(VHS VCR)
R
Audio
OUT
L
Video
OUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO
AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R
PROG.
OUT
1
2
3
INPUT
Notes:
(1) When a monaural VCR is used, connect the monaural audio cable to the AUDIO-L (Left) terminal.
(2) Similar connections are available at the INPUT 1, 2, 3, 4 input terminals.
Input 4 is located on the front of the unit.
Select the desired VIDEO input position by pushing the TV/VIDEO button. (See page 29)
(3) When connecting video cables, priority is given to the S-Video cable when the S-Video input terminal and the video
input terminal are connected at the same time.
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Installation
How to connect the COMPONENT VIDEO Input Terminals
DVD Player
R
Audio
OUT
DVD(Y•PB•PR) OUT
PR
L
PB
Y
DVD(Y•PB•PR)
Y
Y
PB
VIDEO
PB
PR
PR
AUDIO
L
AUDIO
R
1
2
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
How to connect the AV Prog. Out Terminals
The “Prog. Out” Terminals output the same signals as main picture on the TV screen and sound from the speaker at that
time, e.g. TV programs or signals from INPUT 1, 2, 3, 4 terminals.
Recording Equipment
(VHS VCR)
S-VIDEO Cable
R
Audio
IN
L
Video
IN
S-Video
IN
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO-L
VIDEO
AUDIO
AUDIO-R
PROG.
OUT
1
2
3
INPUT
Notes:
(1) Never connect the VIDEO IN and Prog. OUT terminals to the same video recorder, as this could cause incorrect
operation.
(2) The monitor output emits the main picture normal video and audio signals.
(3) Even if the television is in picture-out-picture condition, Prog. OUT terminals output the same signals as main picture on
the screen and sound from speaker. Sub picture including strobe, still, channel search, etc. will not be output at the
PROG. OUT terminals.
(4) DVD signal (Y, PB, PR) is not output at the Prog. OUT terminals.
(5) COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
In order to prevent colors from interfering, image signals are divided into three signals of brightness, red and blue
(green is created automatically from these three signals). Each signal is processed from its own circuit and combined
on the screen, creating a natural picture.
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Installation
Connecting Headphones / Earphones
Connect headphones / earphones as follows.
HPJ
INPUT4
EPJ
LEFT P. RIGHT P.
S-VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
VIDEO
(M3 plug)
(Optional)
You can listen to sound from each of the headphones Jacks as shown below.
Front jack
HPJ
EPJ
M3 plug jack
Headphones (stereo) or
earphones (monaural)
RIGHT P. (PICTURE)
During single screen, volume adjustments can be made.
During split screen, sound from the right screen is played
and its volume adjustments can be made.
•
•
LEFT P. RIGHT P.
Sounds from
speakers are turned
off.
Speakers also
function.
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
R
VC
• Volume and sound effects will
v a r y, d e p e n d i n g o n t h e
connected headphones or
earphones.
DB
S
TV
CH
VOL
ACTION
MENU
AV-ADJ
EXIT
REW
RC
VR
VOL
1. Press the RH-SPLIT
button.
2. Immediately make
volume adjustments.
INFO/RECALL
CH
NORMAL GAME
VCR REC
SEARCH
STOP
PLAY
RH-SPLIT
GUIDE
SPLIT
FF
RH-EPJ VOLUME
0
–
+
LEFT headphones plug:
When a LEFT headphones plug is inserted into the LEFT headphones socket, all speakers will be automatically disconnected;
only the headphones will function.
Use Volume Up or Down button to control volume level.
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Location of Controls
Illuminated Remote Control
Power button
Press to turn the TV ON or OFF (See page 19).
Note:
The TV’s power cord must first be plugged into the wall outlet and then turned on at the
POWER switch (standby mode).
MUTE button
Push this button to mute the sound (See page 31).
Mode Selection buttons
Selects the operation mode for the remote control. (See page 60)
Digital Video Disk Mode Selection for Remote Control
Aux Mode Selection for Remote Control
AUX
DVD
Receiver/Amplifier Mode Selection
RC
R
VR
VCR Mode Selection for Remote Control
for Remote Control
VC
DTV
TV Mode Selection for Remote Control
TV
Digital TV Mode Selection for Remote Control
CBL
DB
Digital Broadcasting Satellite for
Remote Control
Cable TV Mode Selection for Remote Control
S
Operation of other Device
Buttons
TV
VCR
REW
CABLE/DBS
DVD/LD/CD Skip Search REW
RCVR
Surround –
Split Search
STOP
PLAY
STOP
PLAY
Split ON/OFF
FF
Skip Search FF
Surround +
Buttons
TV
VCR
CABLE/DBS
Split Freeze
TV/VCR switch
DVD/LD/CD
Open/Close
RCVR
Channel down
Channel down
Channel up
Channel up
Slow -/LD-sideB
/Random
Slow +/LD-sideA
/Repeat
Center –
Center +
Split Swap
Pause
Still/Pause
R-TUNE
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R-TUNE button
Switches to previously view
to channel or video mode.
Location of Controls
ASPECT button
Change of screen size (See page 24).
Panasonic AUTO
NORMAL
FULL
JUST
Turning ON and OFF the remote
control illumination
ZOOM
R-TUNE
Lights the remote control buttons.
The selected button blinks when lit.
INFO/RECALL
LIGHT
Remote control illumination
can be turned ON OFF by
pressing the INFO/RECALL
button while pressing the
R-TUNE button.
POWER
ASPECT
MUTE
R
VC
TV/VIDEO
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
TV
TV/VIDEO button.
This input mode changes each time this button is pressed. (See page 29)
RC
VR
DB
ACTION
VOL
MENU
AV-ADJ
EXIT
REW
Changes to the next channel up
Moves cursor upward during menu mode.
S
CH
VOL
INFO/RECALL
CH
NORMAL GAME
VCR REC
SEARCH
PLAY
STOP
RH-SPLIT
GUIDE
Reduces volume
Moves cursor to the
left during menu
mode.
Displays menu
Press the Menu
button to display
the Menu screen.
SPLIT
MENU
FF
ADJUST
TV/VCR
OPEN/CLOSE
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
SLOW
MENU
PAUSE
POSITION/SIZE
STILL
AUDIO
AUDIO ADJUST
3
4
5
6
7
8
INFO/RECALL
CH
PICTURE ADJUST
2
VOL
The screen below
is displayed for 10
seconds
SET UP
CUSTOM
SWAP
1
ACTION
VOL
PICTURE
FREEZE
Increase volume
Moves cursor to the
right during menu
mode.
CH
CH6
Changes to the next
channel down
Moves cursor downward
during menu mode.
STEREO
SAP
MONO
PanasonicAUTO
STANDARD
PAGE
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
R-TUNE
9
PROG
0
NORMALIZATION button
Each setting in the MENU screen
is reset to its standard values
(PICTURE, ADVANCE, AUDIO,
POSITION/SIZE)
AV ADJUSTMENT
button
AV-adjustments are
displayed.
(See page 37, 39)
AV-ADJ
EXIT
PROG
Returns to normal
viewing from the
MENU screen.
Previous item in
MENU.
NORMAL
GAME button
(See page 30)
GAME
VCR REC
RH-SPLIT
GUIDE
RH-SPLIT button
Operates the right
screen (See page
33).
GUIDE button
for DBS.
VCR Record button
PROG button
Direct program number
selection buttons
17
Location of Controls
Controls and Terminals on the TV
mark on the center of
Press the
the front cover to open.
Open
HPJ
MENU ACTION TV/VIDEO
VOLUME
INPUT4
EPJ
CHANNEL
LEFT P. RIGHT P.
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
Input4 terminals
Program number selection buttons (see page 21, 26)
Video camera and TV game
Volume up(+) / down(–) buttons (see page 20, 26)
cable terminal
Input mode selection buttons (see page 29)
Action button (see page 21)
Earphone jack
Stereo headphone jack
Menu button (see page 20)
Y
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
PB
VIDEO
Y
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
PB
VIDEO
PR
PR
AUDIO-L
L
AUDIO
AUDIO-R
R
PROG.
OUT
1
2
3
INPUT
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
AUDIO-L
L
AUDIO
AUDIO-R
R
PROG.
OUT
1
2
3
INPUT
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
Component signal input
Monitor out terminals
Input1 terminals
Input2 terminals
Input3 terminals
18
Power ON / OFF
Connecting the Plug to the Wall Outlet
Note:
Main plug types vary between countries. The power plug
shown at left may, therefore, not be the type fitted to
your set.
How to Turn the Power On
Push the POWER switch on the TV to turn the set on.
POWER-ON: Green
Example: The screen below is displayed for a while after
the TV is turned on. (setting condition is an
example.)
CH6
STEREO
SAP
MONO
PanasonicAUTO
STANDARD
Remote Control Sensor
LIGHT
POWER
POWER
ASPECT
MUTE
R
VC
TV/VIDEO
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
RC
VR
TV
CH
DB
VOL
ACTION
VOL
S
Press the POWER button on the remote control to turn
the TV off: Red (standby)
Press the POWER button on the remote control to turn
the TV on: Green
Turn the power to the TV set off by pressing the POWER
switch on the TV when the TV is on or in standby mode.
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Flow Chart of Main menu
1
2
If the MENU button is pressed, the
MENU screen will be displayed.
If the MENU button is pressed
once more while the menu screen
is displayed, the MENU screen
will be cleared.
Select MENU desired by pushing Right
“ ” button or Left “ ” button.
CH
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
MENU
The MENU button on the
main body can also be
pressed to display the
MENU screen.
LIGHT
POWER
MENU ACTION TV/VIDEO
ASPECT
MUTE
The MENU button on the main
body can also be pressed to
display the MENU screen.
R
VC
VOLUME
TV/VIDEO
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
RC
VR
TV
CH
DB
VOL
ACTION
VOL
S
MENU
MENU ACTION TV/VIDEO
VOLUME
CHANNEL
AV-ADJ
ADJUST
CH
NORMAL GAME
PICTURE ADJUST
RH-SPLIT
EXIT
VCR REC
GUIDE
PICTURE
PICTURE ADJUST
REW
POSITION/SIZE
TV/VCR
OPEN/CLOSE
ACTION
SEARCH
STOP
PLAY
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
SELECT
AUDIO
AUDIO ADJUST
SPLIT
FF
SWAP
FREEZE
AUDIO
AUDIO ADJUST
EXIT
POSITION/SIZE
SET UP
CUSTOM
PAGE
SET UP
CUSTOM
PICTURE
INFO/RECALL
MENU
MENU
ADJUST
SLOW
PAUSE
STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R-TUNE
PROG
ACTION
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
CUSTOM
0
CHANNEL SEARCH
SLEEP TIMER
0
AUDIO MODE
POWER SAVE
STANDARD
ACTION
MENU
ADJUST
CUSTOM
SET UP
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CHANNELS
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
VIDEO
20
CHANNEL
Flow Chart of Main menu
2
1
2
1
MENU ACTION TV/VIDEO
ACTION
VOLUME
CHANNEL
The MENU button on the main
body can also be pressed to
display the MENU screen.
TO PICTURE
ADJUST menu
TO POSITION/
SIZE
PICTURE ADJ.
AUDIO ADJ.
POSITION/SIZE
NORMAL
PICTURE MENU
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BRIGHTNESS
0
COLOR
0
TINT
0
SHARPNESS
0
COLOR TEMP
AUDIO MENU
–
+
–
+
–
+
SIZE
1
ADVANCED ADJUST
+
–
ACTION
OFF
ON
1
AUTO
BASS
6
TREBLE
4
BALANCE
0
–
+
–
+
–
+
SURROUND
OFF
ON
BLACK EXTENSION
1
CENTER SP
OFF
ON
WHITE CHAR CORR
1
AFB
OFF
ON
COLOR TEMP CORR
1
SPEAKERS
OFF
ON
ADJUST
SELECT
NORMALIZE
POSITION
NORMALIZE
VM GAIN
NORMAL
ADVANCED ADJ.
NORMAL
NORMAL
AUTO
PICTURE
TO AUDIO
ADJUST menu
EXIT
CHANGE
SELECT
SELECT
EXIT
EXIT
TO CHANNEL
SEARCH screen
TO SLEEP TIMER
adjust screen
SLEEP TIMER
TO AUDIO MODE
adjust screen
TO POWER SAVE
adjust screen
POWER SAVE
AUDIO MODE
SLEEP TIMER
AUDIO MODE
SAP
STEREO
0
POWER SAVE
STANDARD
MONO
CHANGE
CHANGE
EXIT
EXIT
CHANGE
EXIT
TO LANGUAGE
selection screen
TO PROGRAM
CHANNELS adjust screen
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CHANNELS
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH FRANÇAIS
MODE
CHANGE
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUAL PROGRAM
EXIT
EXIT
SELECT
TO CLOSED CAPTION
selection screen
CLOSED CAPTION
LOCK
TV CABLE
CHANGE
TO LOCK
selection screen
TO VIDEO
adjust screen
VIDEO
PAGE 1 / 4
MOTION PICT. STATUS
OFF ON
ON MUTE
NO
MODE
OFF
CHANGE SETTING
TV PARENTAL STATUS
OFF ON
CHANGE SETTING
ENTER CODE FIRST
– – – –
CHANGE
EXIT
SELECT
NATURAL
V COLOR
IDEO
OFF
ON
PAGE 2 / 4
VIDEO NR
3D Y/C FILTER
VIDEO
OFF
ON
OFF
ON PAGE 3 / 4
DVC PLAYBACK MODE
ID-1
GEOMAGNETIC
CORRECT
NORMAL
VFRAME
I D ON
EO
OFF
Panasonic AUTO 4:3
PAGE 4 / 4
SCAN MODE
JUST
NORMAL
CHANGE
SELECT
TV
VIDEO 1
GAME
EXIT VIDEO INPUT LABEL
480p COLOR MATRIX
CHANGE
SELECT SDTV HDTV
EXIT
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
CHANGE
EXIT
SELECT
EXIT
RETRY
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Tuning channels (Automatic channel programming)
Automatically searches and adds receivable channels in the installed area and/or CATV signals
to the program.
Channel tuning cannot be performed when the MAIN picture is not receiving a TV broadcast (tuning is not possible).
1
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
MENU
ADJUST
CH
Press to select PROGRAM CHANNEL.
VOL
ACTION
SET UP
CUSTOM
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CHANNELS
VOL
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
VIDEO
CH
Press to display the PROGRAM CHANNEL.
PAGE
SELECT
ACTION
EXIT
2
Press to select MODE.
CH
Press to select TV or CABLE.
VOL
ACTION
VOL
PROGRAM CHANNELS
TV CABLE
MODE
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUAL PROGRAM
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
CH
CH
Press to select AUTO PROGRAM.
3
VOL
ACTION
AUTO PROGRAM
Activate
"AUTO PROGRAM"?
VOL
YES
NO
ACTION
CH
4
Press to display the confirmation screen.
Press to select YES.
CH
CHANGE
EXIT
AUTO PROGRAM
In "AUTO PROGRAM"
CHANNEL
VOL
ACTION
59
VOL
MENU
CH
STOP
Press to run AUTO PROGRAM.
Channels will automatically advance until all channels have been scanned. Channel numbers with a video
signal present will turn blue. Which indicates it has been stored in the Channel Scan Memory.
5
Press the MENU button to exit the set up menu.
Notes:
When buttons are pressed with AUTO PROGRAM running, the TV set will return to normal viewing. (Channel
searched up to this point are added.)
After AUTO PROGRAM is finished, the lowest channel number added will be received.
When there are no receivable channels, channel 69 is displayed (channel 125 for cable TV).
•
•
•
22
Tuning channels (Manual channel programming)
Use this setting when changing setting of receiving channels or changing the channel display.
Turn the TV on and select the broadcast channel. Follow the steps on the previous page to display the PROGRAM
CHANNEL screen.
This PROGRAM CHANNEL screen can be displayed when the MAIN picture is a TV broadcast.
Selecting the PROGRAM CHANNELS menu.
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
CUSTOM
CH
1
LANGUAGE
Press to select PROGRAM CHANNELS.
VOL
ACTION
PROGRAM CHANNELS
LOCK
VOL
CLOSED CAPTION
VIDEO
CH
Press to display the PROGRAM CHANNEL.
PAGE
SELECT
ACTION
EXIT
2
Press to select MODE.
CH
Press to select TV or CABLE.
VOL
ACTION
VOL
PROGRAM CHANNELS
TV CABLE
MODE
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUAL PROGRAM
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
CH
CH
Press to select MANUAL PROGRAM.
3
MANUAL PROGRAM
ENTER CHANNEL;
VOL
ACTION
122
VOL
DELETE
EXIT
CH
Press to display the MANUAL PROGRAM screen.
ADD
CH SELECT
(or number keys)
Adding or deleting channels
CH
4
MANUAL PROGRAM
Press to select channel ( or number keys ).
VOL
ACTION
ENTER CHANNEL;
VOL
DELETE
EXIT
CH
5
122
ADD
CH SELECT
(or number keys)
Press to add channels to memory ( blue ).
CH
Press to select channel.
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
6
7
Press to delete channels from memory ( yellow
).
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to continue adding or deleting channels.
Press the MENU button to exit the set up menu.
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ASPECT Controls
The color monitor will allow you to enjoy viewing the picture at its maximum size, including wide screen cinema format
picture.
ASPECT
LIGHT
POWER
ASPECT button
The aspect mode changes each time the ASPECT button is
pressed.
Panasonic AUTO
NORMAL
JUST
ASPECT
MUTE
TV/VIDEO
FULL
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
R
VR
VC
TV
CH
DB
VOL
ACTION
VOL
S
INFO/RECALL
MENU
AV-ADJ
EXIT
REW
CH
NORMAL GAME
VCR REC
SEARCH
STOP
PLAY
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
TV/VCR
OPEN/CLOSE
SLOW
GUIDE
SPLIT
FF
PAUSE
STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R-TUNE
9
PROG
0
Notes:
(1) For a 480p signal input during component input signal mode, the
mode switches between ZOOM and FULL only.
(2) When a 1080i signal is being received, the mode is set to FULL,
and aspect switching is not possible.
(3) During split screen, modes will change as follows:
RH-SPLIT
SWAP
FREEZE
24
ZOOM
RC
FULL
NORMAL
Pout P
ASPECT Controls
Picture
Mode
Explanation
4
The display will automatically become enlarged
(depending on the picture source), allowing you to view
the picture at its maximum size.
16
Panasonic AUTO
3
Panasonic
AUTO
For an elongated image
9
Image is expanded
4
3
Changes in accordance
with the Panasonic
AUTO mode setting
(Refer to page 24)
For a 4:3 image
NORMAL will display a 4:3 picture at its standard 4:3
size.
4
NORMAL
NORMAL
Note:
(1) If Panasonic Auto mode is selected, the image may
change size suddenly, according to program
material.
(2) There may be a slight delay for the screen size to
adjust. If a 480p or 1080i signal is input during
component input signal mode, the controls will not
operate.
3
4
ZOOM mode magnifies the central section of the picture.
16
ZOOM
ZOOM
3
9
4
FULL will display the picture at its maximum size but
with sight elongation.
16
FULL
FULL
3
9
4
16
JUST
JUST
3
9
JUST mode will display a 4:3 picture at maximum size
but with aspect correction applied to the center of the
screen so that elongation is only apparent at the left
and right edges of the screen. The size of the picture
will depend on the original signal.
Notes:
(1) The S-VIDEO terminal on this set can detect specially encoded signals that are compatible with a wide screen monitor.
When a full image from the S-VIDEO terminal of specially encoded video is detected by the set, the screen size is
automatically set to FULL mode.
(2) The screen size also changes if ID-1 is detected.
(3) The screen size will also change if S1 detection has been set.
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VHF, UHF and CATV
MENU ACTION TV/VIDEO
VOLUME
HPJ
EPJ
LEFT P
RIGHT P
INPUT4
CHANNEL
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
Operation can be done from the TV set.
Channel selectors
Volume adjusters
Power switch
•
•
Remote control sensor
1
2
LIGHT
POWER
ASPECT
MUTE
R
VC
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
RC
VR
CH
DB
VOL
ACTION
VOL
REW
OPEN/CLOSE
CH
VOL
ACTION
Press to select the desired
channel.
VOL
INFO/RECALL
CH
NORMAL GAME
VCR REC
SEARCH
STOP
PLAY
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
CH
RH-SPLIT
GUIDE
4
SPLIT
FF
SWAP
FREEZE
TV/VCR
3
S
MENU
EXIT
Press to operate the TV set with the remote
control.
TV
TV/VIDEO
TV
AV-ADJ
Press to turn the TV on (See page 19).
POWER
SLOW
VOL
PAUSE
Select the desired volume level.
CH
ACTION
VOL
STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CH
R-TUNE
0
26
9
PROG
Notes:
The channel number and volume level are set even after the TV is
turned off.
Power consumption and howling of sound can be reduced if the volume
level is lowered.
•
•
Cable TV
ANTENNA TERMINAL ON
THE BACK OF THE TV
To antenna
Input
Incoming Cable from Antenna
or Cable TV System.
OUTPUT INPUT
When the antenna cable is connected to the
TV antenna terminal via a cable box or VCR,
set the TV channel to CH3 or CH4.
This does not apply when signal is input from
VIDEO INPUT.
CABLE BOX
Confirming
LIGHT
POWER
ASPECT
MUTE
R
VC
TV/VIDEO
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
RC
VR
TV
CH
DB
VOL
ACTION
VOL
EXIT
REW
INFO/RECALL
CH
NORMAL GAME
VCR REC
SEARCH
STOP
PLAY
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
OPEN/CLOSE
2
SLOW
POWER
Press while pointing the remote control towards
the cable TV tuner.
Note:
The remote control code number is set for
Panasonic products.
When peripheral equipment does not operate,
reset code (See page 61 and 62).
GUIDE
SPLIT
FF
PAUSE
STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R-TUNE
CBL
RH-SPLIT
SWAP
FREEZE
TV/VCR
1
S
MENU
AV-ADJ
Confirm that registration with cable TV and connection of equipment
are completed. Turn the cable TV tuner and select the desired volume
level.
3
Operate the cable TV tuner and select the desired volume level.
9
PROG
0
27
Searching for the desired channel (channel search)
SEARCH
STOP
When a SEARCH / STOP button is pressed during single screen.
CH3
3
1
2
4
5
6
7
The sound from the left screen will be heard
from both [LEFT P. ] and [RIGHT P. ] screen
jacks (both earphones and headphones).
When a channel button is pressed during channel search.
• Number keys:
Example: When 8 is pressed, channel 8 is displayed in single screen.
• Channel up and down keys:
When
or
button is pressed, the next channel up or down is displayed in single screen.
SEARCH
STOP
When a SEARCH / STOP button is pressed during single screen.
CH3
CH5
3
1
2
4
5
6
7
The sound from the left screen will be heard
from both [LEFT P. ] and [RIGHT P. ] screen
jacks (both earphones and headphones).
When a channel button is pressed during channel search.
The selected channel will be displayed on the right screen (pause is deactivated)
Channel search:
Channel search displays each channel, in order, as a paused image. Channels are displayed from the left top to the right
bottom in order. When it reaches the right bottom, the next channel is displayed at the left, overwriting the previously
displayed channel.
Notes:
To end channel search, press
SEARCH STOP.
Channel search can be activated from the MENU screen.
•
•
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Playing a VCR or other peripheral equipment
Confirming connections
A video camera uses the Video
Input 4 terminal on the front of
the TV.
VCR
Video camera
Laser Disk Player
Confirm that the TV is in standby mode.
To S-video output
or video output
DVD player
This equipment can also be
connected to the rear
terminals. See Connections
for details.
INPUT4
S-VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
VIDEO
To audio output
Turning the power on and switching input modes
LIGHT
POWER
ASPECT
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
CH
DB
VOL
ACTION
VOL
S
REW
CH
NORMAL GAME
VCR REC
SEARCH
PLAY
STOP
OPEN/CLOSE
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
SLOW
GUIDE
SPLIT
FF
PAUSE
STILL
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PROG
0
The input mode changes each time this button is
pressed. (See page 48 and 49)
playing
• When
a video
playing
• When
a DVD
playing
• When
a laser disc
playing from
• When
a video camera
RH-SPLIT
1
R-TUNE
TV/VIDEO
TV
SWAP
FREEZE
TV/VCR
2
INFO/RECALL
MENU
EXIT
Turn the TV on.
RC
VR
TV
AV-ADJ
POWER
TV/VIDEO
MUTE
R
VC
1
VIDEO 1
COMPONENT 2
VIDEO 2
COMPONENT 1
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 4
(No input mode is
displayed for terminals with no equipment connected.)
Note:
When the remote control is unavailable, input modes can also be switched
on the TV set using the TV/VIDEO button.
3
Operate the connected equipment.
29
Playing games in game mode
Confirming connections
Example: When using the Video Input 4 terminal on the front of
the TV.
Video game
player
Confirm that the TV is in standby mode.
To S-video output
or video output
INPUT4
S-VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
VIDEO
To audio output
Turning on the TV and switching to game modes
1
LIGHT
POWER
Turn on the TV.
POWER
ASPECT
MUTE
R
VC
TV/VIDEO
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
TV
REW
CH
NORMAL GAME
VCR REC
SEARCH
STOP
PLAY
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
OPEN/CLOSE
Lapsed time is displayed for 5 seconds
every 30 minutes.
Be sure to rest your eyes every 30
minutes.
VOL
RH-SPLIT
GAME 30
GUIDE
TV screen
SPLIT
SLOW
3
PAUSE
STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R-TUNE
9
PROG
0
GAME 60
GAME 90
The lapsed time display stops after 90
minutes.
FF
SWAP
FREEZE
TV/VCR
• Displays the lapsed time.
INFO/RECALL
MENU
EXIT
Press the GAME button to switch to game mode.
S
ACTION
AV-ADJ
GAME
DB
CH
VOL
2
RC
VR
When finished, press the GAME button again. (Turn off the
game mode by switching input modes or changing the
channel.)
Notes:
Video input mode can be changed when the GAME button is pressed.
Game mode is maintained when power to the TV is turned off.
When game mode is selected: Picture will be set to PICTURE MENU
(GAME), and sound will be set to SOUND MENU (GAME).
•
•
•
factory default setting
Item
Setting
Picture menu
Game
Audio menu
Game
Surround
ON
Screen mode
FULL
• Picture and sound can be set as desired. (See page 36 and 38.)
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Recall / Mute
Recall (On-screen display)
INFO/RECALL
LIGHT
POWER
ASPECT
MUTE
R
VC
TV/VIDEO
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
TV
Full Information
RC
VR
DB
CH6
S
CH
Press this button to display channel number, off-timer
remaining time, screen modes, and other settings. For
approximately 10 seconds, only the channel number
remains,.....
The channel number remains, but other information
disappears after a specified period. Press this button again
to delete channel number display.
STEREO
SAP
MONO
PanasonicAUTO
ACTION
VOL
STANDARD
CH
NORMAL GAME
REW
VCR REC
SEARCH
PLAY
STOP
OPEN/CLOSE
ASPECT mode
power save mode
GUIDE
30
off-timer status
(See page 51)
SPLIT
FF
The INFO/RECALL button switches the display in the following order.
SWAP
FREEZE
TV/VCR
CH6
RH-SPLIT
SLEEP TIMER
EXIT
channel number or Video
Input Selected
multiplex sound
INFO/RECALL
MENU
AV-ADJ
VOL
Channel number
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
SLOW
PAUSE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R-TUNE
Full Information
Channel
No display
STILL
9
Mute
PROG
0
Useful when answering the phone or receiving unexpected visitors
MUTE
Press this button to mute the sound. Press again to reactivate
sound. Sound is also reactivated when power is turned off
or volume level is changed.
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Split screen
Split screen enables you to search other channels on the right screen or check video recording status.
Selecting the screen mode for
split screen.
Splitting the screen
SPLIT
FF
Press to split
ASPECT
(The previously selected screen
appears.)
Press to select modes.
(FULL)
LIGHT
CH10
POWER
CH3
ASPECT
MUTE
VC
TV/VIDEO
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
R
TV
Example: Two screen mode set
to NORMAL aspect.
•
SPLIT
FF
Press to return.
VR
DB
S
CH
(NORMAL)
ACTION
VOL
AV-ADJ
EXIT
REW
CH
NORMAL GAME
VCR REC
SEARCH
PLAY
STOP
OPEN/CLOSE
CH3
RH-SPLIT
GUIDE
(PoutP)
SPLIT
FF
CH10
CH3
SWAP
FREEZE
TV/VCR
CH10
VOL
INFO/RECALL
MENU
Returning to one screen.
RC
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
SLOW
PAUSE
STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R-TUNE
9
PROG
0
Freezing pictures
FREEZE
TV/VCR
OPEN/CLOSE
Press during single screen to
freeze.
The screen is split and the
freeze image is displayed on
the right and the broadcast
channel continues on the left.
CH10
Notes:
Sound from the left screen is output from the speakers on the TV set
(EPJ). Sound from the right screen is output from the right earphone
jack output on the front of the TV set. (see page 15)
When the screen is split, signals of the left screen are output from the
rear monitor output terminal.
The left and right screen are processed by individual circuits and,
therefore, may have slight variation in sound and image quality.
Split screen returns to single screen when the TV is turned off.
FREEZE
•
•
•
•
32
FREEZE
TV/VCR
OPEN/CLOSE
Press to recover.
Split screen
Changing the channel of the right screen
during SPLIT SCREEN FULL, SPLIT SCREEN
NORMAL, and PoutP.
Swapping left and right screens
SWAP
PAUSE
STILL
1
RH-SPLIT
During SPLIT SCREEN FULL, SPLIT
SCREEN NORMAL, PoutP: Press to swap.
Press to operate right screen.
Example: During SPLIT SCREEN NORMAL.
CH10
2
5
While
is displayed on the
screen, press to switch modes.
CH10
CH5
CH5
CH10
Example:
ACTIVE
CH5 Change to channel 5.
Viewing videos
TV/VIDEO
While
is displayed on the
screen, press to switch modes.
CH10
VIDEO 1
• The channels for the left screen can be changed in
the same way as when the screen is single.
Screen mode names:
CH10
CH3
CH10
CH3
CH10
CH3
SPLIT SCREEN FULL SPLIT SCREEN NORMAL
PoutP
Notes:
Use earphones to listen to sound of the right screen during SPLIT SCREEN FULL, SPLIT SCREEN NORMAL, and
PoutP.
The right and left screens cannot display the same picture at the same time.
Use the right screen when playing video games on a split screen (to avoid distortion of images).
•
•
•
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Adjusting screen position and size
Adjusting screen
1
ASPECT
2
MENU
Press to select the screen mode to
adjust.
Press to display the MENU screen.
LIGHT
POWER
ASPECT
MUTE
Press to select
ADJUST menu.
CH
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
CUSTOM
PICTURE
R
VC
PICTURE ADJUST
POSITION/SIZE
VOL
ACTION
TV/VIDEO
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
RC
VR
TV
CH
DB
VOL
ACTION
VOL
S
AUDIO
AUDIO ADJUST
VOL
PAGE
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
CH
MENU
AV-ADJ
3
VOL
INFO/RECALL
CH
NORMAL GAME
RH-SPLIT
CH
Press to select POSITION/SIZE and
ACTION
EXIT
REW
VOL
VCR REC
SEARCH
STOP
PLAY
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
GUIDE
SPLIT
FF
POSITION/SIZE
NORMAL
SWAP
FREEZE
CH
SIZE
1
press ACTION.
POSITION
NORMALIZE
TV/VCR
OPEN/CLOSE
SLOW
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
•
•
•
•
•
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9
PROG
0
•
STILL
1
R-TUNE
Notes:
This TV is equipped with various screen modes. If a screen mode with
a different aspect from the broadcast program is selected, image will
appear differently. Select the proper screen mode with this in mind.
Be careful when using this TV for commercial purposes or for public
use, such as in cafes and hotels. Shrinking and enlarging images by
using screen mode switching function (zoom, etc.) may violate copyright
laws.
Images displayed on a wide screen TV will be cut off or distorted at the
edges, when viewing normal aspect images of 4:3 in ZOOM, JUST or
FULL mode. Display in NORMAL mode to view the original image
intended by the producer.
For 1080i and 480p input images, screen position and size cannot be
adjusted.
The adjusted setting will be kept even when the TV is turned off.
The signals output from the monitor output terminal on the back of the
TV are not affected when the screen size and position are adjusted.
PAUSE
Adjusting screen position and size
Switching screen width
During NORMAL mode, if noise appears on the ends of the image in SIZE 1, switch to SIZE 2.
Press to narrow (SIZE 2).
CH
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
(SIZE 1)
(SIZE 2)
Press to widen (SIZE 1).
During JUST mode, if noise appears on the ends of the image in SIZE 1, switch to SIZE 2.
Press to enlarge image
horizontally (SIZE 2).
CH
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
Press to shrink image
horizontally (SIZE 1).
(SIZE 1)
(SIZE 2)
• To return to standard
• To end adjustments
ACTION
MENU
(EXIT)
• To return to standard
• To end adjustments
ACTION
MENU
(EXIT)
• To return to standard
• To end adjustments
ACTION
MENU
(EXIT)
Changing vertical size
During ZOOM modes.
Press to enlarge image
vertically (max. 15).
CH
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
Press to shrink image
vertically (min. 1).
Displaying images cut off from the screen
For ZOOM and JUST modes.
CH
VOL
ACTION
CH
Press to move image upwards.
VOL
Press to move image
downwards.
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Audio Adjustments
1 Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select ADJUST.
2 Select AUDIO ADJUST of ADJUST from the MENU screen.
CH
Press to select AUDIO ADJUST.
VOL
ACTION
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
CUSTOM
PICTURE
PICTURE ADJUST
POSITION/SIZE
AUDIO
AUDIO ADJUST
VOL
PAGE
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
CH
3
Press to display AUDIO ADJUST screen.
Press to select the menu to adjust each item.
CH
Select the desired level by listening to the sound.
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
BASS
Adjusts low sounds
TREBLE
Adjusts high sounds
BALANCE
Adjust left and right
volumes
NORMAL
AUDIO MENU
BASS
SURROUND
To enjoy a concert hall effect,
turn SURROUND to ON.
During stereo sound or soft
playing:
OFF
SURROUND
ON
OFF
AUTO
6
TREBLE
4
BALANCE
0
–
+
–
+
–
+
SURROUND
OFF
ON
CENTER SP
OFF
ON
AFB
OFF
ON
SPEAKERS
OFF
ON
CHANGE
ON
AFB (Acoustic Feed Back)
Enables speakers to produce
the best quality sound.
(Normally turned on)
CH
VOL
ACTION
CH
•
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To end adjustments
VOL
Automatically adjusts quiet
sound and loud sound for
ease of listening.
STANDARD
Emits the original sound.
DYNAMIC
Gives contrast to sound.
MUSIC 1
For programs consisting
mainly of music. Enhances
high sounds (around 4 kHz).
MUSIC 2
Enhances high sounds even
more. (Recommended for
those who have slight
hearing deficiencies.)
SELECT
EXIT
During monaural sound:
SURROUND
AUTO
AUDIO ADJ.
When GAME is selected for the picture,
sound setting also changes to GAME.
During GAME mode, sound mode cannot
be changed in this menu.
To reset to standard setting,
select NORMALIZE with the up and down buttons and press ACTION.
To adjust settings individually , press the AV ADJUST button to select the desired
menu and adjust using the left and right buttons.
MENU
Press MENU button.
Audio Adjustments
Turning the center speaker ON and OFF to enhance the mood
During AUDIO ADJUST menu:
AUDIO ADJUST
Press to select CENTER SP.
CH
NORMAL
AUDIO MENU
Press to select switch.
ACTION
VOL
AUTO
–
VOL
SURROUND
OFF
ON
CENTER SP
OFF
ON
CH
ON :
OFF:
Sound given off from the center is enhanced and stability is increased.
• Use
• when certain scenes are hard to hear or to enhance and increase stability.
Turning the speaker sound ON and OFF
SPEAKERS OFF
SPEAKERS
OFF
ON
Turns off the speaker sound.
Notes:
Sound signals are output from the rear AUDIO OUT terminal.
When volume is adjusted or the mute button is pressed from the remote control,
a message will be displayed.
Sound signals from the headphone and earphone jacks are as follows:
HPJ: OFF
EPJ: ON
AUDIO ADJUST
NORMAL
•
•
•
SPEAKERS ON
Speaker sound is normal.
• To end adjustments
SPEAKERS
OFF
AUDIO MENU
AUTO
BASS
–
6
ON
ER SP
AFB
OFF
ON
SPEAKERS
OFF
ON
ON
MENU
By pressing the AV-ADJ button on the remote control, PICTURE ADJUST and AUDIO ADJUST can be directly adjusted
instead of starting from the MAIN menu.
AV-ADJ
The selected menu will change each time the AV-ADJ button is
pressed (press until the desired menu is displayed).
Adjust using the left
CH
VOL
ACTION
CH
VOL
or right
button.
PICTURE
20
BRIGHTNESS
0
COLOR
0
TINT
0
SHARPNESS
0
COLOR TEMP
–
+
–
+
–
+
+
–
NORMAL
BASS
6
TREBLE
4
BALANCE
0
–
+
–
+
–
+
SURROUND
OFF
ON
CENTER SP
OFF
ON
AFB
OFF
ON
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Picture Adjustments
1 Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select ADJUST.
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
CUSTOM
CH
PICTURE
Press to select to
PICTURE ADJUST.
VOL
ACTION
PICTURE ADJUST
POSITION/SIZE
VOL
AUDIO
AUDIO ADJUST
CH
Press to display the
PICTURE ADJUST screen.
PAGE
SELECT
ACTION
EXIT
PICTURE ADJ.
NORMAL is displayed at default.
NORMAL
PICTURE MENU
PICTURE
AUTO
20
0
BRIGHTNESS
2
Press to select the menu to adjust.
CH
VOL
ACTION
Select the desired level by looking at the picture
behind the menu.
VOL
COLOR
0
TINT
0
SHARPNESS
0
COLOR TEMP
+
–
–
+
–
+
–
+
NORMAL
ADVANCED ADJ.
ACTION
OFF
ON
SELECT
EXIT
CH
Press the left
or right
button to switch between modes.
AUTO
STANDARD
DYNAMIC
CINEMA
PICTURE ADJ.
NORMAL
PICTURE MENU
AUTO
PICTURE
20
BRIGHTNESS
0
COLOR
0
TINT
0
SHARPNESS
0
COLOR TEMP
Auto
Adjusts brightness, depending on
surrounding light, for easier viewing.
AUTO
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
STANDARD
CINEMA
Ideal for movies.
CINEMA
NORMAL
ADVANCED ADJ.
OFF
ON
DYNAMIC
ACTION
STANDARD
Displays unaltered image.
SELECT
EXIT
DYNAMIC
Displays a clear screen with
contrast of light and dark.
During GAME mode, picture mode cannot be
changed in this menu.
Adjusts picture in more detail.
(see page 40)
Press the left
or right
between modes.
NORMAL
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COOL
button to switch
WARM
Picture Adjustments
PICTURE
Selects proper brightness and
density for the room.
PICTURE ADJ.
NORMAL
BRIGHTNESS
Adjusts for easier viewing of dark
pictures such as night scenes and
hair.
PICTURE MENU
AUTO
PICTURE
20
BRIGHTNESS
0
COLOR
Adjusts slightly to a lighter color.
COLOR
0
TINT
0
TINT
Adjust for nice skin color.
SHARPNESS
0
COLOR TEMP
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
ADVANCED ADJ
This function is available when
STANDARD or CINEMA mode is
selected for the PICTURE MENU.
ADVANCED ADJ ON
Enables fine picture adjustment at
a professional level. (see next page)
NORMAL
ADVANCED ADJ.
SHARPNESS
Displays a sharp image.
–
OFF
ACTION
ON
ADVANCED ADJ OFF
Displays images with the selected
setting of the PICTURE MENU.
SELECT
EXIT
• To adjust each item,
Press the up
using the left
CH
VOL
ACTION
and down button and make adjustments
and right buttons.
VOL
CH
CH
• To reset to standard setting,
Select NORMALIZE with the up
VOL
ACTION
CH
• To return to
and down
buttons.
VOL
Press ACTION.
MENU
normal viewing
Press MENU button.
By pressing the AV-ADJ button on the remote control, PICTURE ADJUST and AUDIO ADJUST can be directly adjusted
instead of starting from the MAIN menu (See page 37).
AV-ADJ
The selected menu will change each time the AV-ADJ button is pressed (press until
the desired menu is displayed).
Adjust using the left
CH
VOL
ACTION
or right
button.
VOL
CH
Note:
There is little change when PICTURE is increased with a bright picture or reduced with a dark picture.
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Picture Adjustments
Press left or right to turn ON, and a mark is displayed.
Press down to display the ADVANCED ADJUST screen.
ADVANCED ADJ.
OFF
ON
SELECT
ACTION
EXIT
ADVANCED PICTURE ADJUST
ADVANCED ADJUST
NORMALIZE
During STANDARD or CINEMA mode, ADVANCED ADJUST setting is possible.
Press to select menu.
CH
Press to adjust.
VOL
ACTION
VOL
VM GAIN
1
BLACK EXTENSION
1
WHITE CHAR CORR
1
COLOR TEMP CORR
1
ADJUST
CH
SELECT
EXIT
MENU
•
To return to normal viewing
Press MENU button.
CH
Press up from VM GAIN, or press down
from COLOR TEMP CORR.
• To return to PICTURE ADJUST menu
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
CH
Select NORMALIZE with the up
down buttons.
• To return to standard
VOL
ACTION
and
VOL
CH
Press ACTION.
Adjustable range
Item
VM GAIN
Content
Adjusts the emphasis for the Vertical contours.
BLACK EXTENSION
Adjusts the dark shades of the image in
gradation.
0 (no adjustments) - 15 (max. adjustment)
WHITE CHAR CORR
Emphasizes the whiteness of parts such as
white characters.
Fine adjustments of color temperature
selected for each PICTURE MENU mode.
–7 (low color temperature) - 7 (high color temperature)
<reddish color>
<bluish color>
COLOR TEMP CORR
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Playing special video software
When playing special images such as three dimensional video disks on video disk players or game software on video
game players, use GAME mode. Use TV mode for normal viewing.
Selecting VIDEO menu
MENU
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
ADJUST
SET UP
CUSTOM
LANGUAGE
CH
PROGRAM CHANNELS
Press to select VIDEO.
LOCK
VOL
ACTION
CLOSED CAPTION
VOL
VIDEO
CH
PAGE
Press to display the VIDEO screen.
SELECT
ACTION
EXIT
VIDEO
PAGE 1 / 4
NATURAL COLOR
OFF
ON
VIDEO NR
OFF
ON
DVC PLAYBACK MODE
NORMAL
CHANGE
FRAME
SELECT
EXIT
Switching to SCAN MODE.
VIDEO
PAGE 2 / 4
CH
1
Press to select SCAN MODE.
VOL
ACTION
3D Y/C FILTER
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ID-1
VOL
SCAN MODE
TV
GAME CH
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
Press to select TV or GAME.
CH
2
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
MENU
Press to exit menu.
Notes:
The VIDEO set up screen is made up of 4 pages.
Use the up and down buttons to change pages.
•
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Closed Captions
This receiver has a built in decoder that provides a visual depiction of the audio portion of a
television program in the form of written words across the screen (white or colored letters
on a black background). It allows the viewer to read the dialogue of a television program or
other information.
1 Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
CH
Press to select CLOSED CAPTION.
VOL
ACTION
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
CUSTOM
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CHANNELS
VOL
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
CH
Press to display the CLOSED CAPTION
screen.
VIDEO
PAGE
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
2
CLOSED CAPTION
CC On Mute
Activates the On-Screen Closed Caption feature, when the MUTE button on the
Remote Control is pressed. To deactivate, press the MUTE button again.
Note:
This feature functions when the Closed Caption Mode is in the “OFF” position.
The program being viewed must be broadcast with Closed Caption.
ON MUTE
NO
MODE
OFF
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
ON MUTE
NO
Press to select ON MUTE.
CH
Press to select from the following:
VOL
ACTION
CH
VOL
NO(OFF)
C1
C2
C3
C4
Notes:
Recommended menu Set Up for Closed Caption when using Mute Button.
CC ON MUTE: C1
CC MODE: OFF
The setting for CC ON MUTE is valid only when the CC MODE is OFF, CC MODE set to ON will override CC ON
MUTE.
This menu cannot be selected when the MAIN picture is displaying a COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT of 480i or more.
When aspect is ZOOM, Closed Caption cannot be used.
•
•
•
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Closed Captions
3
CC Mode
Activates the On-Screen Closed Caption feature. When activated this feature will remain on until OFF is
selected in this menu.
CLOSED CAPTION
Press to select CC MODE.
CH
Press to select from the following:
VOL
ACTION
VOL
ON MUTE
NO
MODE
OFF
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
CH
MODE
OFF
C1
C2
T1
T2
C3
C4
T3
OFF
T4
• CAPTION OFF - Recommended mode when Closed Caption is not being used.
• CAPTION C1 - For video related information that can be displayed (up to 4 lines of script strategically placed on
the television screen so that it does not obstruct relevant parts of the picture).
• CAPTION C2 - Another mode used for video related information.
Blanks out a large portion of the picture on the television screen, and displays program guide or
• TEXT T1 any other information currently being transmitted.
Another mode which displays information and blanks out a large portion of the picture on the
• TEXT T2 television screen.
• CAPTION C3 - Another mode used for video related information.
• CAPTION C4 - Another mode used for video related information.
Another mode which displays information and blanks out a large portion of the picture on the
• TEXT T3 television screen.
Another mode which displays information and blanks out a large portion of the picture on the
• TEXT T4 television screen.
•
MENU
To end adjustments
Press MENU button.
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Lock Feature
In the United States and Canada, the V-CHIP consists of two rating systems, which are MPAA
(MOTION PICTURE) and TV PARENTAL GUIDELINES. Its function is to block programs by
the rating data in the XDS data packets sent from broadcasting stations. The user can select
which rating programs should be blocked by using the LOCK MENU options.
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
CH
1
LIGHT
Press to select
LOCK.
VOL
POWER
ACTION
VOL
TV/VIDEO
AUX
DVD
R
VC
SET UP
CUSTOM
PROGRAM CHANNELS
LOCK
CH
Press to display
the LOCK screen.
RC
VR
CBL
DTV
TV
ADJUST
LANGUAGE
ASPECT
MUTE
MENU
CLOSED CAPTION
VIDEO
DB
S
CH
PAGE
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
ACTION
VOL
MENU
AV-ADJ
EXIT
REW
OPEN/CLOSE
Input code
Enter any 4-digit number as a password.
These numbers will be needed when
deactivating the LOCK function.
INFO/RECALL
CH
NORMAL GAME
VCR REC
SEARCH
PLAY
STOP
RH-SPLIT
GUIDE
CHANGE SETTING
CHANGE SETTING
– – – –
FF
MOTION PICT. STATUS
OFF ON
TV PARENTAL STATUS
OFF ON
CHANGE CODE
SPLIT
LOCK
CHANGE CODE
– – – –
SWAP
FREEZE
TV/VCR
VOL
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
SLOW
PAUSE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R-TUNE
SELECT
EXIT
Note:
Use a code that is easy to remember or record it in a safe place.
9
PROG
0
CHANGE
STILL
1
2
Selecting broadcasts to lock
CH
Press to select CHANGE SETTING (the
menu following MOTION PICT. STATUS).
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
Press to display the MOTION PICTURE
RATING screen.
LOCK
MOTION PICTURE RATING
MOTION PICT. STATUS
OFF ON
VIEW NR PROGRAMS?
NO YES
CHANGE SETTING
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC17
X
TV PARENTAL STATUS
OFF ON
CHANGE SETTING
CHANGE CODE
– – – –
CHANGE
EXIT
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SELECT
NO RATING
EXIT
RATING
SELECT
Lock Feature
CH
3
MOTION PICTURE RATING
Press to select rating to lock.
VOL
ACTION
VIEW NR PROGRAMS?
NO YES
VOL
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC17
X
CH
Press to select YES or NO.
CH
NO RATING
RATING
EXIT
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
SELECT
Rating (turns red when on)
G: General audience
PG: Parental guidance suggested
PG-13: Parental guidance needed under 13 years old
R: Restricted
NC17: No one under 17 is admitted
X: Pornography
EXIT
Press to return to LOCK screen.
4
Setting MOTION PICT. STATUS.
Locking and unlocking the ratings selected above.
Press to select ON or OFF.
ACTION
MOTION PICT. STATUS
OFF ON
Press to select MOTION PICT. STATUS.
CH
VOL
LOCK
VOL
CHANGE SETTING
TV PARENTAL STATUS
OFF ON
CHANGE SETTING
CHANGE CODE
– – – –
CHANGE
CH
SELECT
EXIT
ON: The broadcasts selected in the MOTION PICTURE RATING menu
cannot be viewed.
OFF: LOCK is deactivated and any broadcast, regardless of the setting
for MOTION PICTURE RATING, can be viewed.
MOTION PICT. STATUS
OFF ON
MENU
Press to set.
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Lock Feature
TV PARENTAL STATUS
Press to select TV PARENTAL STATUS.
CH
Press to select ON or OFF.
VOL
ACTION
LOCK
MOTION PICT. STATUS
OFF ON
CHANGE SETTING
VOL
TV PARENTAL STATUS
OFF ON
CHANGE SETTING
CH
CHANGE CODE
– – – –
Changing setting
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
CH
Press to select CHANGING SETTING.
VOL
ACTION
TV PARENTAL GUIDE
VIEW NR PROGRAMS?
NO YES
VOL
DETAILED
SETTING
CH
Press to display the TV PARENTAL GUIDE
screen.
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
FV
V
V
V
NO RATING
EXIT
S
S
S
L
L
L
D
D
RATING
SELECT
Setting the TV PARENTAL PROGRAMS screen
VIEW NR PROGRAMS?
NO : The broadcasts selected in the MOTION PICTURE RATING menu cannot be viewed.
YES: LOCK is deactivated and any broadcast, regardless of the setting for MOTION PICTURE RATING,
can be viewed.
SETTING
BASIC:
The up and down buttons change the selected title.
DETAILED: The cursor selecting the title can be moved to select options displayed on the right. The
down
button moves the cursor to the right if options are available. The up
button
moves the cursor to the left and if there are no options to the left, the cursor will move up.
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Lock Feature
Locking and unlocking
When a title field is selected, all ratings below this rating are selected.
When options within an option field are selected, ratings below this rating within the same field are selected.
Ratings displayed in green are unlocked and those displayed in red are blocked programs.
•
•
•
1. Ratings for children: These ratings are divided into ranks as follows.
TV-Y
TV-Y7
FV
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-Y7-FV
2. Ratings for teenagers: These ratings are the same as the matrix system. This system is described in the
diagram below.
Ratings for all ages are on top and ratings for adults are on the bottom.
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
V
V
V
V
S
S
S
S
L
L
L
L
D
D
D
MENU
•
To end adjustments
Press MENU button.
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Customizing the VIDEO INPUT labels
Display for each VIDEO INPUT can be changed to match with the connected device (VCR,
video games).
Example: When changing VIDEO 3 to LD.
1
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
MENU
ADJUST
CH
Press to select VIDEO.
CUSTOM
SET UP
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CHANNELS
VOL
ACTION
VOL
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
VIDEO
CH
Press to display the VIDEO screen.
PAGE
SELECT
ACTION
EXIT
VIDEO
PAGE 1 / 4
NATURAL COLOR
OFF
ON
VIDEO NR
OFF
ON
DVC PLAYBACK MODE
NORMAL
CHANGE
FRAME
SELECT
EXIT
CH
2
Press to select VIDEO INPUT LABEL.
VIDEO
PAGE 3 / 4
VOL
ACTION
GEOMAGNETIC CORRECT
VOL
Panasonic AUTO 4:3
NORMAL
JUST
CH
VIDEO INPUT LABEL
Press to display the VIDEO INPUT LABEL screen.
ACTION
EXIT
Note:
The VIDEO screen consists of 4 pages.
Use the up and down buttons to change pages.
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SELECT
Customizing the VIDEO INPUT labels
CH
Press to select VIDEO
INPUT to change.
3
ACTION
VOL
VOL
VIDEO INPUT LABEL
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 4
CH
VIDEO 4
COMPONENT 1
COMPONENT 1
COMPONENT 2
COMPONENT 2
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
Press to change.
CH
ACTION
VOL
VOL
CH
CH
CTION
By pressing this button,
display changes as follows:
VOL
CH
VIDEO 3
BLANK
VCR
HD VCR
LD
DTV
GAME
DVD
VIDEO INPUT LABEL
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 3
LD
VIDEO 4
VIDEO 4
COMPONENT 1
COMPONENT 1
COMPONENT 2
COMPONENT 2
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
CH
ACTIO
VOL
By pressing this button,display
changes in reverse.
CH
MENU
Press to exit menu.
Note:
When DVD or DTV is selected for the change, images are adjusted to match each input signal.
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Selecting STEREO/SAP/MONO
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select CUSTOM .
ADJUST
CH
VOL
ACTION
MENU
VOL
Press to select AUDIO
MODE.
SET UP
CUSTOM
CHANNEL SEARCH
SLEEP TIMER
0
AUDIO MODE
POWER SAVE
CH
Press to display the
AUDIO MODE screen.
PAGE
ACTION
STANDARD
SELECT
EXIT
AUDIO MODE
AUDIO MODE
STEREO
SAP
MONO
CHANGE
EXIT
Press to select
STEREO/SAP/MONO.
CH
VOL
ACTION
VOL
Red display - With signal
White display - No signal
CH
MENU
Press to exit menu.
Helpful Hints:
• STEREO - Two channel Audio reception.
• SAP - Second Audio Programming (typically used
for billingual audio).
• MONO - Use when stereo signal is weak.
50
Using the off-timer
1
MENU
2
Press the MENU button to display the MENU
screen.
Press the left “ ” or right “
button to select CUSTOM.
CH
VOL
ACTION
”
VOL
CH
3
CH
Press the up “
” or down “
”
button to select SLEEP TIMER.
VOL
ACTION
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
CUSTOM
VOL
CHANNEL SEARCH
SLEEP TIMER
CH
Press to displayed SLEEP TIMER
adjust screen.
0
AUDIO MODE
POWER SAVE
PAGE
ACTION
STANDARD
SELECT
EXIT
4
Press the left “ ” or right “ ” button and
select the desired sleep time from
CH
VOL
ACTION
VOL
0 30
times.
60
90
SLEEP TIMER
SLEEP TIMER
minutes to select
0
CHANGE
EXIT
CH
Notes:
When the power to the TV set is disrupted due to a power outage or similar problem, after power is restored, the off-timer
will be deactivated and the TV will be in standby mode.
To see the remaining sleep time, press the INFO/RECALL button.
•
•
51
Viewing with reduced brightness (POWER SAVE)
Selecting the POWER SAVE menu
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select CUSTOM.
CH
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
CUSTOM
CHANNEL SEARCH
Press to select POWER SAVE.
SLEEP TIMER
0
AUDIO MODE
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
POWER SAVE
Press to display the POWER SAVE screen.
Press to select STANDARD or SAVING.
CH
PAGE
ACTION
ACTION
POWER SAVE
EXIT
MENU
Press to exit menu.
SAVING
By reducing the brightness of the brightest
scenes, a natural image is achieved and
reduces power consumption at the same time.
POWER SAVE
STANDARD
Viewing in the selected PICTURE menu
setting or in your preferred brightness level is
possible.
Notes:
When CINEMA or GAME mode is selected for the image menu, POWER SAVE does not function.
The setting for POWER SAVE is set even when the TV is turned off .
•
•
52
STANDARD
CHANGE
VOL
CH
POWER SAVE
SELECT
EXIT
POWER SAVE
VOL
STANDARD
Video game player to VIDEO INPUT
1
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
MENU
ADJUST
CH
Press to select VIDEO.
SET UP
CUSTOM
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CHANNELS
VOL
ACTION
VOL
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
VIDEO
CH
Press to display the VIDEO screen.
PAGE
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
CH
Press to select GAME.
Changing the video game player input terminal.
VOL
ACTION
PAGE 4 / 4
VOL
480p COLOR MATRIX
SDTV HDTV
and down
buttons to change
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
Press to set.
CH
VIDEO 1
GAME
Note:
Use the up
pages.
CH
2
VIDEO
GAME
VIDEO 2
Ex: When VIDEO INPUT 2 is selected.
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CH
CH
TION
CH
VOL
The modes will change as
follows:
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 4
VIDEO 1
MENU
Press to exit menu.
Note:
Default is set for VIDEO INPUT 4 which is located on the front of the TV set.
53
Optimizing display for DVC recording mode (DVC PLAYBACK MODE)
When digital video camera recording is in FRAME, images will have high resolution.
1
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
CH
ADJUST
Press to select VIDEO.
VOL
ACTION
MENU
CUSTOM
SET UP
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CHANNELS
VOL
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
VIDEO
CH
Press to display the VIDEO screen.
PAGE
SELECT
ACTION
EXIT
CH
VIDEO
Press to select DVC PLAYBACK MODE.
VOL
ACTION
PAGE 1 / 4
NATURAL COLOR
OFF
VOL
ON
VIDEO NR
OFF
ON
DVC PLAYBACK MODE
NORMAL
CH
CHANGE
FRAME
SELECT
EXIT
2
Press to set.
CH
VOL
ACTION
VOL
NORMAL :When playing normal images.
FRAME :When displaying FRAME
recording mode.
DVC PLAYBACK MODE
NORMAL
FRAME
CH
MENU
Press to exit menu.
Note:
Switches only during VIDEO INPUT 1-4 or GAME modes.
If normal images are viewed in FRAME mode, moving pictures may appear awkward. Switch to NORMAL.
The VIDEO screen consists of 4 pages.
Use the up and down buttons to change pages.
•
•
•
•
54
Adjusting unnatural video images (3D Y/C FILTER)
Selecting the VIDEO menu
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
CUSTOM
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
LANGUAGE
CH
PROGRAM CHANNELS
Press to select VIDEO.
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
VOL
ACTION
VOL
VIDEO
PAGE
CH
Press to display the VIDEO screen.
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
VIDEO
VIDEO
PAGE 2 / 4
PAGE 1 / 4
NATURAL COLOR
OFF
3D Y/C FILTER
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ID-1
VIDEO NR
OFF
ON
DVC PLAYBACK MODE
NORMAL
CHANGE
SCAN MODE
FRAME
SELECT
TV
CHANGE
GAME SELECT
EXIT
EXIT
Switching to 3D Y/C FILTER
1
VOL
VIDEO
CH
Press to select 3D
Y/C FILTER.
ACTION
VOL
PAGE 2 / 4
3D Y/C FILTER
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ID-1
SCAN MODE
TV
CH
2
VOL
Press to set ON / OFF.
CH
ACTION
CHANGE
GAME SELECT
EXIT
VOL
CH
MENU
Press to exit menu.
Notes:
The VIDEO menu is made up of 4 pages.
Use the up and down buttons to change pages.
Not available for COMPONENT VIDEO 1-2.
•
•
55
Automatically changing screen size for VIDEO INPUT modes
If the received signal contains screen size specifications in VIDEO INPUT (1-4) or COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT (1-2), the screen size is automatically changed.
1
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
MENU
ADJUST
CH
Press to select VIDEO.
SET UP
CUSTOM
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CHANNELS
VOL
ACTION
VOL
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
VIDEO
CH
Press to display the VIDEO screen.
PAGE
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
CH
VIDEO
Press to select ID-1 ( Image Detection ).
VOL
ACTION
PAGE 2 / 4
3D Y/C FILTER
VOL
Note:
Use the up
pages.
CH
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ID-1
and down
buttons to change
SCAN MODE
TV
CHANGE
GAME SELECT
EXIT
2
Press to set.
CH
VOL
ACTION
CH
VOL
ON : When screen size specification signals
are detected, screen size is
automatically changed.
OFF: The screen size is not automatically
changed. (Turn OFF if this function does
not operate properly.)
ID-1
MENU
Press to exit menu.
Notes:
When ID-1 is detected and the screen size is changed, FULL or WIDE will be displayed.
When displaying a split screen, ID-1 is not detected.
•
•
56
OFF
ON
Cancelling automatic enlarging of screen
Used for viewing 4:3 images in Panasonic auto mode. (See page 24)
1
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
MENU
ADJUST
CUSTOM
SET UP
LANGUAGE
CH
Press to select VIDEO.
PROGRAM CHANNELS
LOCK
VOL
ACTION
CLOSED CAPTION
VOL
VIDEO
CH
Press to display the VIDEO screen,
PAGE
SELECT
ACTION
EXIT
VIDEO
PAGE 1 / 4
NATURAL COLOR
OFF
ON
VIDEO NR
OFF
ON
DVC PLAYBACK MODE
NORMAL
CHANGE
FRAME
SELECT
EXIT
2
Press to display PAGE 3/4 and select Panasonic
AUTO.
Press to select NORMAL..
CH
VOL
ACTION
VOL
VIDEO
PAGE 3 / 4
GEOMAGNETIC CORRECT
Panasonic AUTO 4:3
NORMAL
JUST
VIDEO INPUT LABEL
CH
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
Panasonic AUTO 4:3
NORMAL
JUST
Displays NORMAL screen for 4:3 images.
Displays JUST screen for 4:3 images.
MENU
Press to exit menu.
Note:
The VIDEO screen consists of 4 pages.
Use the up and down buttons to change pages.
57
Setting when 480p signals (sequential scan) are input through COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
Displays input signals (480p signals) in a natural color from digital equipment adaptors
connected to COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT (Y, Pb/Cb ,Pr/Cr input terminals).
1
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
CH
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
CUSTOM
Press to select VIDEO.
LANGUAGE
VOL
ACTION
VOL
PROGRAM CHANNELS
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
CH
Press to display the VIDEO screen.
VIDEO
CH
PAGE
Press to select 480p COLOR MATRIX.
VOL
ACTION
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
VOL
VIDEO
PAGE 4 / 4
Note:
Use the up
pages.
CH
VIDEO 1
GAME
and down
buttons to change
480p COLOR MATRIX
SDTV HDTV
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
2
Press to set.
CH
VOL
ACTION
CH
VOL
SDTV : When the input signal is a normal TV
system (NTSC).
HDTV : When the input signal is a Hi-Definition
system (HD).
480p COLOR MATRIX
SDTV HDTV
MENU
Press to end.
Note:
480p COLOR MATRIX does not need to be set when using Hi-Definition equipment or 480i output equipment.
58
Geomagnetic correction (Adjusting skewing of images)
This correction is made when moving the TV set or when image is slightly skewing.
1
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
MENU
ADJUST
CH
CUSTOM
SET UP
LANGUAGE
Press to select VIDEO.
PROGRAM CHANNELS
ACTION
VOL
VOL
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
VIDEO
CH
Press to display the VIDEO screen.
PAGE
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
CH
2
ACTION
VOL
VOL
P r e s s t o d i s p l a y PA G E 3 / 4 a n d s e l e c t
GEOMAGNETIC CORRECT.
VIDEO
VIDEO
CH
PAGE 3 / 4
PAGE 1 / 4
NATURAL COLOR
OFF
GEOMAGNETIC CORRECT
ON
Panasonic AUTO 4:3
NORMAL
JUST
ON
VIDEO INPUT LABEL
VIDEO NR
OFF
DVC PLAYBACK MODE
NORMAL
FRAME
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
3
CH
ACTION
VOL
CH
VOL
Press to display
the GEOMAGNETIC
CORRECT
screen.
Adjust so that the
bar is horizontal.
GEOMAGNETIC CORRECT
31
REMOTE
CONTROL
MENU
Press to end.
DEGAUSSING
•
•
The “DEGAUSSING”
message is displayed
after a clicking sound is
heard.
(The screen will be
distored momentarily.)
The display will disappear
and another clicking
sound will be heard.
(End of adjustment)
Approx. 5
seconds later
ADJUST
MENU
END
Adjusted amount
Screen
direction
North
East/West
South
Approximate
adjusting amount
approx. 10
approx. 31
approx. 50
Normal Viewing
Note:
The VIDEO screen consists of 4 pages.
59
Switching languages for display
1
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SETUP.
Press to select LANGUAGE.
VOL
ACTION
MENU
ADJUST
CH
SET UP
CUSTOM
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CHANNELS
VOL
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
VIDEO
CH
Press to display the LANGUAGE screen.
PAGE
ACTION
SELECT
EXIT
Press to select preferred language.
CH
2
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
VOL
ACTION
VOL
CHANGE
EXIT
CH
MENU
Press to exit menu.
60
Operating peripheral equipment using the remote control
Programming The Illuminated Remote Control Using Access Codes
The remote control can be preset for other manufacturers, by utilizing the REMOTE MODE SELECTION BUTTONS for
CABLE, DTV, VCR, RCVR (a Receiver or Amplifier), DVD (DVD, CD, LD) ,DBS and AUX (for Cassette Player or a
VCR2.)
(Details on remote control buttons to operate peripheral equipment
See page 63 to 65 and 66 to 68)
1. Setting up the remote using the numerical keys. (When the code is known):
1
Press and hold the POWER and ACTION keys simultaneously for three full
seconds.
After 3 seconds, all the illuminated mode keys will begin to flash.
Release the POWER and ACTION keys.
POWER
+
CH
ACTION
VOL
VOL
CH
2
R
VC
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
RC
VR
DB
TV
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press the desired mode key.
The mode key will illuminate steadily, all others will go out.
S
Enter the three digit set up code, by using the Remote Control Keyboard.
If the correct code is entered, the mode key will blink twice and then go out.
Now your remote is set for this code.
0
Note:
If an incorrect number is entered (or there is an incomplete entry after 30 seconds), the key illumination goes out
(no blink) and the settings are unchanged.
Device
TV
VCR
CBL
DBS
RCVR
AUX
DVD
DTV
Operate
TV ( Only Panasonic )
VCR ( Preset )
Cable Boxes ( Preset )
DBS Boxes ( Preset )
RCVR ( Preset )
Cassette Players, VCR2 ( Preset )
DVD & LD & CD Player ( Preset )
STB ( Only Panasonic )
Default
Panasonic Code
Panasonic Code
Panasonic Code
Panasonic Code
Technics Code
Technics Cassette Players Code
Panasonic DVD Code
Panasonic Code
61
Operating peripheral equipment using the remote control
2. Setting to the remote using the step and set method
(When the code is not known):
LIGHT
POWER
ASPECT
MUTE
R
VC
1
TV/VIDEO
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
RC
VR
TV
CH
DB
VOL
ACTION
VOL
+
S
CH
ACTION
VOL
VOL
INFO/RECALL
MENU
AV-ADJ
Press and hold the POWER and
ACTION keys simultaneously for three
full seconds.
After 3 seconds, all the illuminated mode
keys will begin to flash.
Release the POWER and ACTION key.
POWER
CH
NORMAL GAME
RH-SPLIT
CH
EXIT
REW
VCR REC
SEARCH
PLAY
STOP
OPEN/CLOSE
SPLIT
FF
2
R
VC
VCR/DBS
CHANNEL
SLOW
PAUSE
STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R-TUNE
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
RC
VR
DB
TV
SWAP
FREEZE
TV/VCR
GUIDE
3
S
CH
VOL
ACTION
VOL
PROG
0
CH
4
CH
VOL
ACTION
Press the mode key.
The mode key will illuminate steadily,
all others will go out.
Press VOL “ “ key to step to the next
code.
Press POWER to send a test signal in
that format.
Continue doing this until the proper
device code is found, and the target
device responds.
Once the code has been found, press
the ACTION key to lock it in.
VOL
CH
Notes:
The step and set mode will start from the current device (not the beginning of the list,
except for the first time).
•
• The step and set mode works in the reverse direction using the VOL “
” key.
Infrared Remote Codes for Specific Components
Helpful Hint: Write down the code numbers for your components in the space provided below. This will serve as a
handy reference whenever you need to reprogram your remote control.
CABLE
VCR
CD
Cable Box
Video Cassette Recorder
Compact Disc Player
DBS
RCVR
LD
Digital Broadcast System
Receiver or Amplifier
Laser Disc Player
62
Other Component
Other Component
Other Component
Other Component
Other Component
Other Component
Operating peripheral equipment using the remote control
Infrared Codes Index
The remote control is capable of operating many brands of peripheral equipment. Refer to pages 61 and 62 for
programmingprocedures.
Note: The remote control memory is limited and therefore some models may not operate. The remote control is not
designed to control all features available in all models.
Note: After entering the proper infrared code, press the desired Mode Selection Button on the remote control. Refer to
pages 16 and 66 to 68, for details on operating peripheral equipment using the remote control.
VCR Infrared Codes Index
VCR
R
VC
Maker List (VCR)
Maker
Set Up No.
Maker
Set Up No.
ADMIRAL
AIWA
AKAI
AUDIO DYNAMIC
BELL & HOWELL
BROKSONIC
CANON
CITIZEN
CRAIG
CURTIS MATHES
DAEWOO
DBX
DIMENSIA
EMERSON
200
137, 160
142, 014, 015, 016
240, 011
005, 013
081, 136
125, 135
006
005, 141, 006
300, 130, 137
250, 001, 130
240, 010, 011
300
250, 136, 080, 003
135, 243, 081
005, 008, 009, 007
137, 136, 081
170, 300, 130
220, 512
006
125, 300, 000
130, 125
240
240, 010, 011, 190
240,,010, 006, 011
137, 006, 000, 007
008, 005, 009
150, 125, 130
240, 010, 011
006
130, 009
230, 241, 330, 340
242, 243
000, 300
230, 241, 330, 340
242, 243
330, 137, 004
240, 010, 011, 190
130, 125
140, 100, 200, 006
136, 081
125, 130, 100, 101
130, 000, 300, 005,
240, 010, 011
PENTAX
PHILCO
000, 011, 300
150, 130, 137, 125
136, 081
150, 125, 130
125
300, 000, 125, 130
150, 310, 001, 002
100, 101, 125, 130
170, 130, 005, 210
009, 241, 137
170, 300, 000, 125
130, 150, 310, 001
002
130, 005, 210, 009
241, 137
220, 002, 004
240, 136, 081, 520
005, 009
001, 002, 004, 009
230, 241, 330, 340
136, 081
005, 006, 007, 008
000
050
200, 210
137, 200
050
140, 141, 142
137
150, 125, 130, 137
137
006
240, 010, 011
240, 010, 137, 011
100, 101, 125, 130
130, 137
001, 310
011
200, 210, 009, 290
006
005, 240, 010, 011
290
FISHER
FUNAI
GE
GO VIDEO
GOLDSTAR
HITACHI
INSTANT REPLAY
JENSEN
JVC
KENWOOD
LXI
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MARTA
MEMOREX
MGA
MINOLTA
MITSUBISHI
MULTITECH
NEC
OLYMPIC
OPTIMUS
ORION
PANASONIC
PENNEY
PHILIPS
PIONEER
PROSCAN
QUASAR
RADIO SHACK
RCA
REALISTIC
SAMSUNG
SANSUI
SANYO
SCOTT
SEARS
SHINTOM
SHARP
SIGNATURE 2000
SINGER
SONY
SV2000
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
TASHIRO
TATUNG
TEAC
TECHNICS
TEKNIKA
TOSHIBA
VECTOR RESEARCH
WARDS
YAMAHA
ZENITH
63
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CABLE CONVERTER BOX AND DVD, CD, LD PLAYERS Infrared Codes Index
Maker List (CBL)
Cable
CBL
Maker
Set Up No.
Maker
Set Up No.
ABC
ARCHER
CABLEVIEW
CITIZEN
CURTIS
DIAMOND
EAGLE
EASTERN
GCBRAND
GEMINI
GENERAL INSTRUMENT/JERROLD
530
544, 531
005, 544
522, 005
130, 131
530, 544, 531
541
560
544, 005
522
360, 530, 531, 532
533, 520, 521, 522
122
720, 730, 731, 900
350, 130
003, 530
003, 004, 005
542
544, 005
710, 702, 002
120, 121, 132
541, 542, 006
001, 260
PULSAR
PUSER
REALISTIC
REGAL
005, 544
544
544
130, 350, 720, 730
731, 900
560
702, 544, 005
005
122, 130, 131
005, 001
005, 121
544, 005
001, 005
810
700, 701
004
544, 531
522, 544
006
541, 542
280, 000
000
HAMLIN
HITACHI
MACOM
MEMOREX
MOVIETIME
OAK
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
REGENCY
REMBRANT
SAMSUNG
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
SLMARK
SPRUCER
STARGATE
TELEVIEW
TEXSCAN
TOCOM
TOSHIBA
UNIKA
UNIVERSAL
VIDEOWAY
VIEWSTAR
ZENITH
ZENITH/DRAKE SATELLITE
Maker List (DVD)
DVD, CD, LD
Player
DVD
Maker List (LD)
Maker
Set Up No.
Maker
Set Up No.
Maker
Set Up No.
DENON
FERGUSON
NORDMENDE
MITSUBISHI
PANASONIC
PIONEER
100
110
110
150
100
120
RCA
SABA
SONY
THOMSON
TOSHIBA
YAMAHA
110
110
140
110
130
100
PANASONIC
PIONEER
SONY
200, 201, 235, 380
370
240, 241, 242, 243
Maker List (CD)
64
Maker
Set Up No.
Maker
Set Up No.
CARVER
DENON
FISHER
HARMAN/KARON
JVC
KENWOOD
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MCINTOSH
OPTIMUS
PANASONIC
550
600
405
459, 460, 462
590, 591, 670
400, 401, 450, 670
550
550
460
430, 459
500, 501, 530
PHILIPS
PIONEER
QUASAR
SANYO
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SONY
TECHNICS
VICTOR
YAMAHA
550
430
501, 530, 500
405
600
459
540
530, 500, 501
590, 591, 670
402, 403, 404
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CASSETTE PLAYERS, RECEIVERS, AMPLIFIERS, and DBS Infrared Codes Index
Cassette
Players
Maker List (TAPE)
Maker
Set Up No.
Maker
Set Up No.
PANASONIC
700, 730
TECHNICS
700, 730
AUX
Receiver
Amplifiers
RC
VR
Maker List (RCVR)
Maker
Set Up No.
Maker
Set Up No.
ADMIRAL
AIWA
DENON
FISHER
GARRARD
110
160, 161
200, 201, 202
004
055
057, 150
164
190, 191
000, 050
162
151
058
031
051, 056
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
QUASAR
RCA
101, 100, 130
150
030, 032
101, 100, 130
003, 030, 162, 171
170
003, 053, 320
200, 203
140
220
054, 055, 053
130, 100, 101
190, 191
001, 002
HARMAN / KARDON
JENSEN
JVC
KENWOOD
MEGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MCINTOSH
NAKAMICHI
ONKYO
OPTIMUS
SANSUI
SHARP
SONY
SOUND DESIGN
TEAC
TECHNICS
VICTOR
YAMAHA
003, 162, 171, 170
Maker List (DBS)
DBS
DB
S
Maker
Set Up No.
Maker
Set Up No.
ECHOSTAR
G.E.
HNS (HITACHI)
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
110
170
050
100
001, 002
PRIMESTAR
RCA
SONY
TOSHIBA
UNIDEN
391
170
390
000
001, 002
65
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Remote Control
Quick Reference Functional Key Control
KEY
MODE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TV, DTV, VCR
AUX (VCR2)
CABLE, DBS
RCVR
(Receiver/Amplifier)
DVD (DVD, CD, LD)
TV
1 Selects Video 1
2 Selects Video 2
3 Selects Video 3
4 Selects Video 4
5 Selects CD
6 Selects Tuner
7 Selects Phone
8 Selects Tape
9 Selects AUX
Selects Track Number
Selects TV Input Mode
ALL COMPONENTS
Turns On and Off Select Components
TV, VCR, DBS, DTV
CABLE
DVD
RCVR (Receiver/Amplifier)
AUX (Cassette)
TV
Mutes TV Sound
Mutes Cable Sound
Mutes TV / RCVR Sound
Mutes Audio
RCVR Mute
TV Mode Selection for Remote Control
CABLE
Cable Mode Selection for Remote Control
DBS
DBS Mode Selection for Remote Control
VCR
VCR Mode Selection for Remote Control
Receiver / Amplifier
Receiver / Amplifier Mode Selection for Remote Control
Digital Video Disc
DVD (DVD, CD, LD) Mode Selection for Remote Control
Cassette Tape Player,
VCR2
TV
VCR
CABLE
DBS
DVD (DVD)
DVD (CD)
DVD (LD)
RCVR
TV, VCR
CABLE
DBS
DVD (DVD)
DVD (CD)
DVD (LD)
RCVR
AUX Mode Selection for Remote Control
Enables User to Operate a Tape Cassette Player, or VCR2
TV Channel Up/Down
VCR Channel Up/Down
Channel Up/Down
Channel Up/Down, Navigation Up/Down
Navigation Up/Down
Next Track/Previous Track
Next Chapter/Previous Chapter
Tuner +/Tuner –
TV Volume Up/Down
Cable Volume Up/Down
Audio Track +/–, Navigation Right/Left
Navigation Right/Left
RCVR Volume Up/Down
TV Volume Up/Down
RCVR Volume Up/Down
0
TV/VIDEO
POWER
MUTE
TV
CBL
DB
S
R
VC
RC
VR
D
DV
AUX
CH
CH
VOL
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VOL
FUNCTION
Select Channel
Operating peripheral equipment using the remote control
Remote Control
Quick Reference Functional Key Control
KEY
R-TUNE
ACTION
INFO/RECALL
REW
SPLIT
FF
PLAY
SEARCH
STOP
VCR REC
SWAP
PAUSE
STILL
FREEZE
TV/VCR
OPEN/CLOSE
MODE
FUNCTION
TV
CABLE
DBS
DVD (DVD)
DVD (CD)
DVD (LD)
DTV
AUX (Tape Cassette Player)
TV
CABLE
DBS
DTV
DVD
Selects Previously Tuned Channel
Selects Previously Tuned Channel
Selects Previously Tuned Channel
Selects Previous Title
Selects Next Disc
Side A / B
Prev. Ch
Selects Tape Cassette Player A or B
Activities TV Menus
Enter
DBS Action
STB Action
Select
TV, CBL
VCR
DBS
DTV
DVD (DVD)
DVD (CD)
DVD (LD)
VCR
DVD (DVD, LD)
DVD (CD)
RCVR
AUX (Tape Cassette Player)
TV
VCR
DVD (DVD, LD)
DVD (CD)
RCVR
AUX (Tape Cassette Player)
VCR
DVD (DVD, CD, LD)
AUX (Tape Cassette Player)
TV
VCR
DVD (DVD, CD, LD)
AUX (Tape Cassette Player)
VCR, CABLE
DBS
DTV
AUX (Tape Cassette Player)
TV
VCR
DVD (DVD, LD)
DVD (CD)
AUX (Tape Cassette Player)
TV
VCR
DVD (DVD, CD, LD)
AUX (Tape Cassette Player)
Display Information (Channel, Time, Audio Mode, Power Save Mode)
Display Current VCR Settings
Display Current DBS Settings
Display Current DTV Settings
Display Current DVD Settings
Display Time format
Display Current LD Settings
VCR REW
Skip Search <<
Search REW
Surround –
Tape REW
SPLIT ON/OFF
VCR FF
Skip Search >>
Search FF
Surround +
Tape FF
VCR Play
Play
Tape Play
SPLIT Search
VCR Stop
Stop
Tape Stop
VCR Record
DBS Record
Info (EPG)
Tape Record
SPLIT Swap
VCR Pause
Still
Pause
Tape Pause
SPLIT Freeze
TV/VCR Switch
Open/Close
Tape Open/Close
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Operating peripheral equipment using the remote control
Remote Control
Quick Reference Functional Key Control
KEY
ASPECT
CHANNEL
VCR/DBS
AV-ADJ
NORMAL
GAME
RH-SPLIT
EXIT
PROG
GUIDE
MENU
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MODE
FUNCTION
TV
DBS
DTV (STB)
VCR
CABLE
DBS
DVD (DVD)
DVD (CD)
DVD (LD)
RCVR
VCR
CABLE
DBS
DVD (DVD)
DVD (CD)
DVD (LD)
RCVR
TV
TV Aspect
DBS Aspect
STB Aspect
VCR Channel Up
TV Channel Up
DBS Channel Up
Slow +
Repeat
LD Side A
Center +
VCR Channel Down
TV Channel Down
DBS Channel Down
Slow –
Random
LD Side B
Center –
AV-Adjust
TV
NORMAL
TV
DBS
DVD
RCVR
TV
DBS
DVD
RCVR
TV
DBS
DTV (STB)
DBS
DTV (STB)
DBS
DTV (STB)
TV
DBS
DVD (DVD)
DVD (CD)
DVD (LD)
DTV (STB)
Game
DBS Page Down
Skip –
Tuner –
RH-SPLIT
DBS Page Up
Skip +
Tuner +
Exit from Menu Screen
DBS Exit
Exit (EPG)
DBS Program
STB Program
DBS Guide
Guide (EPG)
TV Menu
DBS Menu
DVD Menu
STB Menu
Troubleshooting
During normal broadcast (VHF/UHF)
Symptoms
Power does not turn ON
Checks
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• Is the power plug plugged in?
• If the power does not turn on using the remote, check if the TV set is
–
turned on.
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• Are the batteries dead or inserted incorrectly?
• Is the remote control sensor in direct light of florescent lamps or other
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• Is the antenna or antenna cable old, broken or shorted?
• Is the antenna cable connected properly?
• When using a VCR and selecting channels on the TV, is the TV/VIDEO
–
10, 11, 12
Image appears doubled or
tripled.
• Is the antenna facing the right direction?
• Is the antenna receiving any signals reflected off mountains or buildings.
–
Spots appear in images,
images shake, or color patches
appear in the four corners.
• Is the TV being affected by geomagnetism or other interference
When the TV set is turned on
in a dark room, the outer edges
of the screen spark
momentarily.
• Due to the internal structure of the CRT set, some parts of the fluorescent
Unclear or overly bright colors
on parts of the screen
• When white is displayed on a certain part of the screen for a while, the
Left and right ends of the
screen, columns and frames
appear curved.
• Receiving broadcast or changes in brightness on the screen can cause
–
A black stripe appears for a
moment when changing
channels using the VCR.
• The image distorts when channels are changed.
–
D u r i n g P a n a s o n i c A U TO
mode, the screen size
sometimes changes.
• Depending on the program content, even when the screen is supposed
Remote control does not
function
strong sources of light?
Image shakes
Image is not clear
Color patches or no color
mode for the VCR set to TV?
(automobiles and trains, high voltage power lines, neon, motors,
magnetic steel frames, steel windows, etc.)? Turn off the power for
approx. 20 min. and turn back on or change positioning of the TV set. If
this does not fix the problem, the TV needs magnetic shielding.
components spark, (created by high voltage) when the TV set is turned
on. This is not a malfunction.
white portion tends to tint with color. When the bright image disappears,
the screen will return to its normal color.
curves on the screen.
•
to automatically zoom, if the beginning scene is dark, it may take a
while for it to zoom.
During a 4:3 screen, if the top and bottom of the image is dark, it may
zoom.
–
–
–
–
–
–
24, 25
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Images disappear at the top
and bottom of the screen
• When using 16:9 image software, there is no picture at the top and
–
During ZOOM or JUST modes,
the image is cut off at the top
and bottom.
• Has the screen position been changed?
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A clicking and buzzing sound
is made when the TV is turned
on.
• This is the sound of the Geomagnetic correction function creating a
bottom of the screen (cinema vision size software, etc.).
If so, adjust screen positioning.
beautiful color picture. This is not a malfunction.
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Troubleshooting
During normal broadcast (VHF/UHF)
Symptoms
Image is skewed
Checks
• This could be a geomagnetic
effect. (If installed facing
south, then image slants
down to the right; when facing
north, slants down to the left.)
Perform geomagnetic
correction.
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GEOMAGNETIC CORRECT
Panasonic AUTO 4:3
NORMAL
JUST
VIDEO INPUT LABEL
CHANGE
SELECT
EXIT
Channel number remains
displayed.
• Press the INFO/RECALL button.
The TV set makes a cracking
sound
• If there are no problems with image or sound, it is the sound of the
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During VIDEO input, channel number is displayed until an image is
displayed.
cabinet shrinking due to room temperature changes. This is not a
malfunction.
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Specifications
Power Source
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption
Average use : 193.7 W (Maximum Current 3.7 A)
Stand-by condition : 0.36 W
CRT
34-inch, 16 : 9 aspect ratio
Screen Size
29.36 ” (745.9 mm) (W) × 16.5 ” (419.5 mm) (H) × 33.68 ” (855.7 mm) (diagonal)
Channel Capability-181
VHF-12 : UHF-56 : Cable-125
Sound
Speaker
5 Speakers
Audio Output
21 W [7 W + 7 W + 7 W ] (10 % THD)
Headphones
M3 (3.5 mm) Jack × 2
FEATURES
Two screen display fuctions
AFB circuit installation
CLOSED CAPTION
Accessories Supplied
Remote control Transmitter
R6 (AA) Battery × 2
Operating Conditions
Temperature : 34 °F - 104 °F (0 ° – 40 °C)
Humidity : 20 % - 80 % (non-condensing)
Connection Terminals
AV INPUT 1- 4
AV PROG. OUT
TO AUDIO AMP
COMPONENT VIDEO
INPUT1-2
3D Y/C FILTER
5 Speakers
V-Chip
EUR511162
VIDEO
(Phono Jack Type)
S-VIDEO
(Mini DIN 4-pin)
AUDIO L-R
(Phono Jack Type × 2)
VIDEO
(Phono Jack Type)
S-VIDEO
(Mini DIN 4-pin)
AUDIO L-R
(Phono Jack Type × 2)
AUDIO L-R
(Phono Jack Type × 2)
Y
PB / PR
AUDIO L-R
(Phono Jack Type × 2)
1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Y : 1 Vp-p (75 Ω), C : 0.286 Vp-p (75 Ω)
0.5 Vrms
1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Y : 1 Vp-p (75 Ω), C : 0.286 Vp-p (75 Ω)
0.5 Vrms
0.5 Vrms
1.0 Vp-p (including synchronization)
± 0.35 Vp-p
0.5 Vrms
Dimensions
(W×D×H)
34.4 ” (874 mm) × 23.1 ” (585 mm) × 25.1 ” (637 mm)
Weight (Mass)
174 lb. (79 kg) Net
Note:
Design and Specifications are subject to change without notice. Weight and Dimensions shown are approximate.
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Customer’ Record
The model number and serial number of this product can be found on its back cover. You should note this
serial number in the space provided below and retain this book, plus your purchase receipt, as a permanent
record of your purchase to aid in identification in the event of theft or loss, and for Warranty Service purposes.
Model Number
CT-34WX50
Panasonic Consumer Electronics
Company, Division of Matsushita
Electric Corporation of America
One Panasonic Way Secaucus
New Jersey 07094
Serial Number
Panasonic Sales Company,
Division of Matsushita Electric of
Puerto Rico Inc. (“PSC”)
Ave. 65 de Infanteria, Km 9.5
San Gabriel Industrial Park,
Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive
Mississauga, Ontario
L4W 2T3
Printed in Japan
MBS0100S3060(MS)
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