Panasonic TC32LH1 Operating instructions

Panasonic TC32LH1 Operating instructions
LCD TV
Operating Instructions
Model No.
TC-32LH1
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA (7262)
or send e-mail to : [email protected]
or visit us at www.panasonic.com
(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)
Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read these instructions completely.
Please keep this manual for future reference.
English
TQBC0665-1
Important Safety Instructions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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.
■ Note to CATV System Installer: This reminder is provided to direct the CATV system installer’s
attention to Article 820–40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular,
specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the
point of cable entry as practical.
■ Important Safety Instructions for LCD TV
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 tub, 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 manufacturer’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.
15) To prevent electric shock, ensure the grounding pin on the AC cord power plug is securely connected.
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Important Safety Instructions
16) If an outside antenna is connected to the EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA
television equipment, be sure the antenna system GROUNDING AS PER (NEC)
is grounded so as to provide some protection NATIONAL ELECTRICAL
CODE
against voltage surges and built up static
ANTENNA
LEAD-IN WIRE
charges. In the U.S. Selection 810-21 of the
GROUND
National Electrical Code provides information
CLAMP
with respect to proper grounding of the mast and
ANTENNA
supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire
DISCHARGE UNIT
ELECTRIC
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding
SERVICE
conductors, location of antenna discharge unit,
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
connection to grounding electrodes, and
GROUND CLAMPS
requirements for the grounding electrode.
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
17) An outside antenna system should not be located
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other
electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an
outside antenna system extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits
as contact with them might be fatal.
18) Unplug this LCD TV from the wall outlet, and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b. If liquid has been spilled into the LCD TV.
c. If the LCD TV has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the LCD TV does not operate normally by following the operating instructions.
Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
the LCD TV to normal operation.
e. If the LCD TV has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
f. When the LCD TV exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a need for service.
19) When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by
the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
20) WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPARATUS TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
DO NOT PLACE LIQUID CONTAINERS (FLOWER VASES, CUPS, COSMETICS, ETC.) ABOVE THE
SET. (INCLUDING ON SHELVES ABOVE, ETC.)
21) CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS PLUG WITH A RECEPTACLE OR
OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
NOTE:
equipment is designed to operate in the U.S.A. and other countries where the broadcasting
• This
system and AC house current is exactly the same as in the U.S.A.
marking or retained image on the LCD panel resulting from fixed image use is not an operating
• The
defect and as such is not covered by Warranty. This product is not designed to display fixed image
patterns for extended periods of time.
■ Important Information Regarding Use of Video Games, Computers, Captions or Other Fixed Image Displays.
The extended use of fixed image program material can cause a permanent "shadow image" on the LCD panel.
This background image is viewable on normal programs in the form of a stationary fixed image. This type of
irreversible LCD panel deterioration can be limited by observing the following steps:
A. Reduce the brightness/contrast setting to a minimum viewing level.
B. Do not display the fixed image for extended periods of time.
C. Turn the power off when not in actual use.
■ This product utilizes tin-lead solder, and has a fluorescent lamp containing a small amount of mercury. 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: www.eiae.org.
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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 LCD TV.
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, and record the model number and serial number
of your set in the space provided on the rear cover of these instructions.
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA (7262)
or send e-mail to : [email protected]
or visit us at www.panasonic.com
(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)
Federal Communication Commission Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a TV Broadcast Receiver, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause or receive interference, which can be determined by turning
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
Reorient or relocate the TV antenna.
Increase the separation between TV and other equipment.
Connect TV into separate outlet from other equipment.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution: Pursuant to 47CFR, Part 15.21 of the FCC rules, any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface
are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions .............................. 2
Installation ............................................................. 6
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ................................ 6
Remote control battery installation ...................... 7
Maintenance .......................................................... 7
Connections .......................................................... 8
Connecting the Antenna Cable to the Antenna Terminal .. 8
Antenna cover removal and fitting ....................... 8
Antenna / Cable Connection ................................ 8
Cable cover removal and fitting ......................... 10
How to connect the input terminals in front ....... 10
How to connect with other equipment ............... 11
How to connect the HDMI Terminal ................... 12
Power ON / OFF ................................................... 13
Connecting the Plug to the Wall Outlet .............. 13
How to Turn the Power On ................................ 13
Location of Controls ........................................... 14
Illuminated Remote Control ............................... 14
Flow Chart of MENU ............................................ 16
Tuning channels
(Automatic channel programming) ............... 18
Tuning channels
(Manual channel programming) ..................... 19
ASPECT Controls ................................................ 20
Picture Adjustments ........................................... 21
Position / Size Adjustment ................................. 23
Audio Adjustments ............................................. 24
Lock Feature ........................................................ 25
Closed Captions .................................................. 29
Customizing the VIDEO INPUT labels ............... 30
OTHER ADJUST .................................................. 30
Operating peripheral equipment using the remote control .... 31
Programming The Illuminated
Remote Control Using Access Codes .......... 31
Programming Without A Code
(When the code is not known) ...................... 32
Infrared Codes Index ......................................... 33
Mode Operational Key Chart ............................. 36
Manual de instrucciones [ Resumen ]
Preparación .................................................. 39
Instalación de las pilas en el control remoto .... 39
Conexión ....................................................... 40
Conexión del cable de antena al terminal de entrada de RF .. 40
Desmontaje e instalación de la cubierta de la antena .. 40
Conexión de antena / cable ........................... 40
Para quitar y colocar la cubierta del cable ..... 41
Reproducción en una videogra
badora o en otro equipo periférico en frente ... 41
Como conectar las entradas atrás ................. 42
Conexión/desconexión de la alimentación ... 43
Conexión de la clavija a la toma de corriente ... 43
Cómo conectar la alimentación ...................... 43
Ubicación de los controles ......................... 44
Control remoto iluminado ............................... 44
Organigrama de menús de televisión ........ 46
Sintonización de canales
(Programaciónautomática de canales) ... 48
Sintonización de canales
(Programación manual de canales) ...... 49
Troubleshooting .................................................. 50
Specifications ...................................................... 51
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Installation
Receiver Location
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.
Optional External Equipment
The Video/Audio connection between components can be made with shielded video and audio cables. For
best performance, antenna 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.
For optimum quality picture
When the LCD is exposed to light from outdoors or lighting fixtures, high-contrast pictures may not be displayed
clearly. Turn off florescent lamps near the LCD and place in a location not exposed to outdoor light.
How to hang the wall
This LCD TV is for use only with the following optional accessories. Use with any other type of optional
accessories may cause instability which could result in the possibility of injury.
• Wall-hanging bracket ........................................................ TY-WK32LH1U
Always be sure to ask a qualified technician to carry out set-up.
How to use the LCD stand
Adjust the stand to your desired angle. The stand angle can be adjusted between 20 ° left to 20 ° right.
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
Check the accessories before installations.
• Operating Instruction book
• Remote Control Transmitter
Batteries for the Remote
• Control
Transmitter
(2 × AA size)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
• Warranty Card
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• Coaxial Antenna Plug
Installation
Remote control battery installation
Replacing batteries
Replace batteries by following the steps below:
Requires two AA batteries.
1. Open the battery cover.
2. Install the batteries as shown
in the battery compartment.
(Polarity + or – must match the
markings in the compartment).
3. Replace the cover.
Two AA size
Precaution on battery use
Incorrect installation can cause battery leakage and corrosion that will damage the remote control
transmitter.
Observe the following precautions:
1. Always use new batteries when replacing the old set.
2. Do not attempt to charge, short-circuit, disassemble, heat or burn used batteries.
3. Battery replacement is necessary when remote control acts sporadically or stops operating this unit.
Notes:
Do not drop, apply shock to or step on the remote control.
Do not spill water on the remote control.
Do not place objects between the remote control and remote control receiver.
Do not use remote controls for other equipment at the same time.
If the TV does not operate even when operating the remote control from a close range, it is time to
replace the batteries.
Refer to the label on back of the remote control for directions on replacing batteries.
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Maintenance
To clean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
If the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth dipped in a soap and
water solution or a weak detergent solution.
• Use eyeglass cleaner to remove stubborn dirt from the LCD.
• Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit.
• Before using a chemically treated cloth, read the instructions that came
with the cloth carefully.
Mild
detergent
CAUTION :
If water or similar substances get inside the monitor via the liquid crystal panel surface, a malfunction may result.
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Connections
Connecting the Antenna Cable to the Antenna 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
L
ANT
Mixer
R
AUDIO IN
Antenna Terminal
(ANT or VHF/UHF)
ANT
Coaxial Antenna Plug
75 Ohm
Coaxial Cable
Antenna cover removal and fitting
1 Removal
1.Push up hooks and pull the cover slightly towards yourself to
disengage the claws (at 4 points).
2.Slowly pull out in the downward direction.
Hook
2 Fitting
1.Insert the claws (at 4 points) at the top end.
2.Push it until hook is locked.
Note:
To avoid interference appearing on the screen, do not bundle the antenna wire and AC adapter wire together.
Antenna / Cable Connection
Incoming 75 Ohm Cable from Home Antenna / Cable Company
F-Type Antenna Adapter (supplied)
ANT (VHF/UHF)
on the Back of the TV
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.)
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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Connections
Antenna Connection (Cable Box, no VCR)
Use this configuration when connecting the TV to a cable TV system using a Cable Box.
CABLE BOX
L
ANT
R
AUDIO IN
ANTENNA TERMINAL
(ANT or VHF/UHF)
ON THE BACK OF
THE TV
ANT
OUTPUT
INPUT
TERMINALS ON THE BACK OF
THE CABLE BOX
Connect the cable from the Output
terminal on the back of the Cable
Box to the ANTENNA 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.
CABLE BOX
L
ANT
R
AUDIO IN
OUTPUT
ANT
INPUT
TERMINALS ON THE BACK OF
THE CABLE BOX
ANTENNA TERMINAL
(ANT or VHF/UHF)
ON THE BACK OF
THE TV
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.
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
Connect the
cable from the
Antenna Output
terminal on the
back of the VCR
to the Antenna
terminal (ANT or
VHF/UHF) on the
back of the TV.
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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Connections
Cable cover removal and fitting
Removal
2
Fitting
1. Disengage the claws at
the uppermost end.
2. Slowly pull out in the
upward direction.
1
1. Insert the claws (at 2
points) at the bottom.
2. Push in the TOP.
2
1
Note:
Depending on the type of cable used it may not be possible to close the cover. In such cases the cable may be routed
through the antenna cover.
How to connect the input terminals in front
Connect camcorder and video game console.
HPJ
INPUT 2
CHANNEL
INPUT 2
S-VIDEO cable
HPJ
VIDEO cable
TV/VIDEO VOLUME
CAMCORDER
(Optional)
S-Video
OUT
10
Video
OUT
L
Audio
OUT
R
VIDEO GAME CONSOLE
Connections
How to connect with other equipment
Connect VCR and other peripheral equipment
(Super-VHS VCR)
AUDIO OUT
L
R
INPUT 1
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
COMPONENT VIDEO
INPUT
1
2
Y
Y
VIDEO
VIDEO
PB
PR
PB
PR
L
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
R
L
L
Audio
IN
Audio
OUT
R
Video
OUT
S-Video
OUT
R
AUDIO OUT
Connection example
INPUT1 connection
or
INPUT2 connection.
L
S-VIDEO
cable
R
VIDEO
INPUT 1
Connect the SVIDEO or
VIDEO Terminal
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO
(DVD/STB)
L
AUDIO
R
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO
INPUT
1
2
Y
Y
VIDEO
VIDEO
PB
PB
PR
PR
L
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
R
Connection example
component VIDEO
INPUT1 connection
or
component VIDEO
INPUT2 connection.
Y
Pb
Pr
L
Audio
OUT
R
VIDEO
AUDIO
Notes:
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.
The volume control output of the LCD TV will be fixed. (SOUND,ADJUST, VOLUME UP/DOWN and
SURROUND ON/OFF are not functional for output signals from the AUDIO OUT terminals.)
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How to connect the HDMI Terminal
HDMI∗1 (HDMI : High Definition Multimedia Interface) is the first all digital consumer electronics A/V interface
that supports uncompressed standard. One jack supports both video and audio information.
This HDMI∗1 input can be connected to an EIA/CEA-861/861B∗2 compliant consumer electronic device,
such as a Set Top Box or DVD player equipped with HDMI or DVI output connection.
By inputting a High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) high-definition picture source to the HDMI
terminal of this television, high-definition pictures can be displayed on the screen in their digital form.
HDMI Cable (not included)
L
ANT
R
AUDIO IN
Set Top Box
DVD player
Audio Cable
(not included)
HDMI or DVI
signal out
If the external device has DVI output only, use a HDMI-DVI
conversion cable∗3 to connect to the HDMI jack on the LCD.
Also, connect the Audio out signal from the external device.
(Set Top Box or DVD player) to the AUDIO IN∗4 jacks beside
the HDMI input.
Applicable VIDEO Signal
This model support following format.
Please adjust the format of connecting equipment.
1080i
480P
480i
No. of dots (H × V)
1,920 × 1,080i
720 × 480P
640 × 480P
720(1,440) × 480i
Vertical scanning frequency(Hz)
59.94/60
59.94/60
59.94/60
59.94/60
This input terminal is not intended for use with computers.
AUDIO signal (L.PCM)
When the digital sound signal is included at connecting HDMI equipment, L.PCM sound is available.
Sampling frequency
48KHz / 44.1KHz / 32 KHz
Notes:
(1) This HDMI connector is Type A.
(2) If you cannot display the picture because your Digital Set Top Box does not have a Digital OUT terminal
Output setting, use the component Video input (or the S video Input or Video Input). In this case the picture
will be displayed as an analog signal.
∗1. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks
of HDMI Licensing LLC.
∗2. EIA/CEA-861/861B profiles compliance covers profiles for transmission of uncompressed digital video
including high bandwidth digital content protection.
∗3. HDMI-DVI conversion cable part no. (TY-SCH03DH):available on Panasonic Website (USA only)
(www.panasonic.com)
∗4. AUDIO IN, Please refer to page 24. (HDMI IN)
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Power ON / OFF
Connecting the Plug to the Wall Outlet
Note:
The TV’s power cord must first be plugged into the wall outlet.
How to Turn the Power On
Press the Main POWER switch on the front of TV to turn
the set on.
POWER-ON: Green
When the set is on or in standby mode press the Main
POWER switch on the TV to turn the set off.
POWER-OFF: No light
Example: The screen below is displayed for a while after
the TV is turned on. (setting condition is an
example.)
Main POWER switch
ZOOM
CH 6
STEREO
SAP
MONO
SAP
POWER
TV/VIDEO
LIG
H
E
UT
T
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
R
RC
VR
VC
POWER
DB
TV
M
T
ASPEC
S
CH
OK
VOL
Press the POWER button on the remote
control to turn the TV on: Green
VOL
CH
MENU
Press the POWER button on the remote
control to turn the TV off: Red (standby)
RETURN
EXIT
Note:
The TV will still consume some power as long as the power
cord is still plugged into the wall outlet.
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Location of Controls
Illuminated Remote Control
Power button
Press to turn the TV ON or OFF.
Note: The TV’s power cord must first be plugged into the wall outlet and
then turned on at the POWER switch (standby mode).
ASPECT button
Change of screen size (See page 20).
JUST
ZOOM
FULL
NORMAL
MUTE button
Press this button to mute the sound, press again to cancel the mute.
Mode Selection buttons
Digital Video Disc Mode Selection
for Remote Control
Aux Mode Selection for Remote Control
AUX
DVD
VCR Mode Selection for
Remote Control
R
VC
VR
Receiver/Amplifier Mode
Selection for Remote Control
DB
S
Digital Broadcasting Satellite
for Remote Control
CBL
DTV
TV
TV Mode Selection for
Remote Control
RC
Digital TV Mode Selection for
Remote Control
Cable TV Mode Selection for
Remote Control
R-TUNE
R-TUNE button
Switches to previously viewed channel or video mode.
Operation of other Device
Buttons
Device
VCR
VCR REW/FF
CABLE/DBS
-
-
-
-
DVD/CD
Skip Search REW/FF
Surround +/--
PLAY
Pause
STOP
-
-
-
RCVR
14
REW
FF
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
PLAY
Pause
STOP
Buttons
Device
REC
TV/VCR
VCR
CABLE/DBS
DVD/CD
RCVR
VCR RECORD
CABLE RECORD
-
VCR CH
OPEN/CLOSE
TV/VCR Switch
VCR CH up/down
-
-
CABLE CH up/down
SLOW +/-- /RAND. REP
Center +/--
OPEN/CLOSE
-
-
Location of Controls
TV/VIDEO button
The input mode changes each time this button is pressed.
TV
COMPONENT 1
HDMI
COMPONENT 2
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
SAP button
Selects Audio mode (See page 24).
STEREO
TV/VIDEO
LIG
H
E
UT
T
AUX
DVD
Changes to the next channel up
Moves cursor upward during menu mode.
RC
R
VR
VC
CBL
DTV
DB
TV
M
MONO
Lights the remote control buttons.
The selected button blinks when lit.
SAP
POWER
T
ASPEC
SAP
S
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
MENU
RECALL
PAGE
RETURN
EXIT
Displays menu
Press to access
TV, DTV, DBS or
DVD menus.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
RETURN
EXIT
MENU
Press to Return
to previous
MENU or EXIT
from menu.
Changes to the next
channel down
Moves cursor downward
during menu mode.
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SLEEP/PROG
0
Page up/down for DBS,
skip +/- for DVD & CD.
RECALL
REW
PLAY
FF
PAUSE
STOP
REC
TV/VCR
VCR CH
OPEN/CLOSE
PAGE
GUIDE
GUIDE button
for DBS.
Press to display the current system status, for example, Aspect
mode, Channel number, Stereo mode, Picture menu, TV/VIDEO,
Power save, Off timer and Color system.
Direct program number
selection buttons
SLEEP/PROG
TV
Increases volume
Moves cursor to
the right during
menu mode.
GUIDE
1
R-TUNE
Reduces volume
Moves cursor to
the left during
menu mode.
PROG dash button / SLEEP TIMER button
Program dash channel numbers for DTV and DBS.
Sleep timer (MINUTES)
0
30
60
90
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Flow Chart of MENU
All adjustments and setting functions available in this set can be made using the menu buttons.
The menu screen is composed of 2 menus: the ADJUST menu and the SET UP menu.
2
1
Press to display MENU
screen, press again to
clear.
SAP
TV/VIDEO
POSITION / SIZE
AUDIO
AUDIO ADJUST
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
M
R
VC
POSITION / SIZE
AUDIO
AUDIO ADJUST
RC
or
VR
MENU
ADJUST
DB
TV
PICTURE
PICTURE ADJUST
T
SET UP
LIG
H
E
UT
SET UP
PICTURE
PICTURE ADJUST
POWER
T
ASPEC
MENU
ADJUST
MENU selection
MENU
ADJUST
S
SET UP
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CH
CH
OK
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
VOL
INPUT LABEL
VOL
OTHER ADJUST
CH
RETURN
EXIT
MENU
RECALL
PAGE
GUIDE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R-TUNE
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
PICTURE
PICTURE ADJUST
POSITION / SIZE
AUDIO
AUDIO ADJUST
9
SLEEP/PROG
0
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
Please refer to the On Screen Help
An On Screen Help box is displayed whenever a menu is displayed
on the TV. This Help box indicates which keys on the remote control
are used to navigate the menu shown. See above for descriptions
of button functions.
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CH
ON SCREEN HELP
‘Instruction’ box
LOCK
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
CLOSED CAPTION
ENGLISH
INPUT LABEL
OTHER ADJUST
CHANGE
RETURN
16
Flow Chart of MENU
Press to select the desired MENU (ADJUST or SET UP).
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
Press to select each item.
CH
Press to display each adjustment screen.
Proceed to the adjustment.
• To return to previous screen :
RETURN
EXIT
MENU
• To end adjustments :
Press to display each
adjustment screen.
OK
Press to return.
Press to exit from the MENU screen.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
PICTURE ADJUST
NORMALIZE
PIC MODE
RETURN
EXIT
STANDARD
BACK LIGHT
+ 20
PICTURE
+ 20
AUDIO ADJUST
NORMAL
POSITION/SIZE
NORMAL
MODE
NORMALIZE
SIZE
1
0
BRIGHTNESS
RETURN
TINT
0
EQUALIZER
OFF
ON
SHARPNESS
0
STEREO
AI PICTURE
LANGUAGE
COOL
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Allows you to select the
language used for On
Screen Displays.
TO CLOSED
CAPTION
TO PROGRAM
CHANNELS
MODE
TV
CABLE
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUAL PROGRAM
(See page 18,19)
ON MUTE
VIDEO NR
OFF ON
MODE
NO
OFF
(See page 29)
AUTO
TO LOCK
selection screen
LOCK
BLOCK PROGRAMS
U. S. MOVIES
STATUS
OFF ON
CHANGE SETTING
ENTER CODE FIRST
(See page 25)
TO INPUT LABEL
selection screen
OTHER ADJUST
CLOSED CAPTION
MONO
(See page 24)
PROGRAM CHANNELS
ENGLISH
SAP
HDMI IN
TO OTHER ADJUST
screen
Press the RETURN
button to return to
previous screen.
0
ON
LANGUAGE
RETURN
EXIT
+ 8
BALANCE
OFF
TO LANGUAGE
OK
+ 10
TREBLE
SURROUND
(See page 21)
Press to display each
adjustment screen.
DYNAMIC
BASS
- 1
COLOR
Press the RETURN
button to return to
previous screen.
TO AUDIO ADJUST
menu
TO PICTURE ADJUST
menu
3D Y/C
OFF ON
COLOR MATRIX
SD HD
POWER SAVE
STANDARD
(See page 30)
INPUT LABEL
COMPONENT1
COMPONENT1
COMPONENT2
COMPONENT2
VIDEO1
VIDEO1
VIDEO2
VIDEO2
HDMI
HDMI
(See page 30)
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Tuning channels (Automatic channel programming)
Automatically scans all TV channels and stores them in memory.
1
2
Turn the Power on and press the TV/VIDEO button to display the TV channel.
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SET UP. MENU
ADJUST
Press to select PROGRAM CH.
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
Press to display the PROGRAM
CHANNELS screen.
SET UP
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CH
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
CH
INPUT LABEL
OTHER ADJUST
Press to select MODE.
3
PROGRAM CHANNELS
Press to select TV or CABLE.
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
TV
CABLE
AUTO PROGRAM
CH
MANUAL PROGRAM
4
CH
OK
VOL
MODE
VOL
Press to select AUTO PROGRAM.
AUTO PROGRAM
Press to display the confirmation
screen.
Activate
"AUTO PROGRAM?"
YES
CH
5
Press to select YES.
NO
AUTO PROGRAM
In "AUTO PROGRAM"
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
Press to select NO.
CHANNEL
59
CH
Press to run AUTO PROGRAM.
MENU
STOP
Channels will automatically advance until all channels have been
scanned. Channel numbers with a video signal present will be stored
in the Channel Scan Memory.
MENU
Press to exit from the MENU screen.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
Notes:
When buttons are pressed with AUTO PROGRAM running, the TV set will return to normal viewing.
(Channels 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 for TV and channel 125 is displayed
for cable TV.
•
•
•
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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 CHANNELS screen.
1
Press to select MANUAL PROGRAM.
PROGRAM CHANNELS
TV
MODE
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
Press to display the MANUAL
PROGRAM screen.
CABLE
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUAL PROGRAM
CH
MANUAL PROGRAM
Adding or deleting channels
2
Press to select channel
(or number keys).
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
ADD
RETURN
CH SELECT
DELETE
ADD
RETURN
CH SELECT
Press to add channels to memory (Channel
number turns blue).
CH
OK
VOL
DELETE
MANUAL PROGRAM
ENTER CHANNEL
121
CH
3
ENTER CHANNEL
121
VOL
CH
Press to delete channels from memory
(Channel number turns yellow).
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to continue adding or deleting channels.
MENU
Press to exit from the MENU screen.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
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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
ASPECT button
The aspect mode changes each time the ASPECT button
is pressed.
SAP
POWER
JUST
LIG
H
E
UT
ZOOM
FULL
NORMAL
T
M
T
ASPEC
TV/VIDEO
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
RC
R
VC
VR
Note:
When a 1080i signal is being received, the mode is set to
FULL, and aspect switching is not possible.
TV
DB
S
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
MENU
RETURN
EXIT
Mode
Picture
Explanation
4
NORMAL mode will display a 4:3
picture at its standard 4:3 size.
NORMAL
NORMAL
3
4
JUST
JUST
3
4
ZOOM
ZOOM
FULL
20
ZOOM mode magnifies the central
section of the picture.
3
4
FULL
JUST mode will display a 4:3 picture
at its maximum size but with aspect
correction applied to the sides 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.
3
FULL will display the picture at its
maximum size but with slight
elongation.
Picture Adjustments
1
MENU
ADJUST
Press the MENU button to display the
MENU screen and select ADJUST.
Press to select
PICTURE
ADJUST.
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
SET UP
PICTURE ADJUST PAGE 1/2
NORMALIZE
VIVID
PICTURE
PICTURE ADJUST
PIC MODE
BACK LIGHT
+ 30
POSITION / SIZE
PICTURE
+ 30
AUDIO
BRIGHTNESS
0
COLOR
0
CH
AUDIO ADJUST
0
TINT
Press to display the PICTURE
ADJUST screen.
2
Press to select the menu to adjust.
AI PICTURE
VOL
OFF
ON
PICTURE ADJUST PAGE 2/2
Select the desired level by looking at
the picture behind the menu.
CH
OK
VOL
+10
SHARPNESS
COLOR TEMP
COOL
CH
NORMAL is displayed at default.
PIC MODE
PICTURE MODE is stored for TV, VIDEO1, VIDEO2, COMPONENT1,
COMPONENT2 and HDMI individually.
STANDARD
CINEMA
VIVID
MODE
STANDARD
CINEMA
VIVID
Function
Displays standard image.
Ideal for watching movies in a dark room.
Displays a clear screen with contrast of light and dark.
BACK LIGHT, PICTURE, BRIGHTNESS, COLOR, TINT, SHARPNESS, AI PICTURE, COLOR TEMP
You can change the level of each Item (BACK LIGHT, PICTURE, BRIGHTNESS, COLOR, TINT,
SHARPNESS, AI PICTURE and COLOR TEMP) for each MENU (STANDARD, CINEMA, and VIVID )
according to your personal preference.
Item
BACK LIGHT
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
TINT
Function
Luminance of the back light is adjusted.
Selects proper brightness and density for the room.
Adjusts for easier viewing of dark pictures such as night scenes.
Adjusts the level of color.
Adjusts for flesh tone color.
SHARPNESS
Adjusts the degree of sharpness.
AI PICTURE
Displays black and white colors more clearly when turned ON.
COLOR TEMP
Increase or decrease WARM (red) and COOL (blue) colors to suit personal
preference.
CH
•
OK
To reset to standard setting :
VOL
VOL
Press to select
NORMALIZE.
CH
PICTURE ADJUST PAGE 1/2
NORMALIZE
PIC MODE
+ 20
PICTURE
+ 20
BRIGHTNESS
Press OK.
STANDARD
BACK LIGHT
COLOR
TINT
0
- 1
0
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Picture Adjustments
3
PICTURE ADJUST PAGE 1/2
NORMALIZE
ADVANCED ADJUST
Press to select PIC MODE.
Select STANDARD or CINEMA.
CH
OK
VOL
PIC MODE
STANDARD
BACK LIGHT
+ 20
PICTURE
+ 20
0
BRIGHTNESS
VOL
- 1
COLOR
CH
0
TINT
0
SHARPNESS
AI PICTURE
Press down to PAGE 2 and select
ADVANCED ADJUST.
CH
OK
VOL
COOL
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
COLOR TEMP
VOL
NORMAL
CH
Press to select ADVANCED
ADJUST ON.
ADVANCED ADJUST
OFF
ON
ADVANCED ADJUST
NORMAL
Press to go to NEXT PAGE.
ADVANCED ADJUST will be shown.
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
Press to select the menu to adjust.
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
Select the desired level by looking at
the picture behind the menu.
CH
NORMAL is displayed at default.
Item
Function
BLACK EXTENTION
Contrast level will be improved.
WHITE CHAR CORR
It makes white characters brighter.
MPEG NR
22
Noise unique to DVD, STB etc will be reduced.
BLACK EXTENSION
+8
WHITE CHAR CORR
+8
MPEG NR
0
Position / Size Adjustment
This function will adjust the picture position / size for easy viewing.
1
Press MENU button to display MENU screen
and select adjust.
MENU
ADJUST
Press to select POSITION/SIZE.
CH
OK
VOL
SET UP
PICTURE
PICTURE ADJUST
POSITION / SIZE
VOL
AUDIO
CH
AUDIO ADJUST
Press to display POSITION/SIZE control.
2
[ Picture Position Adjustment ]
POSITION/SIZE
NORMAL
It will work for “ZOOM” mode only.
NORMALIZE
SIZE
1
RETURN
Press to move picture vertically for the best view.
CH
ZOOM
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
3
[ Picture Size Adjustment ]
Size1
It will work for “NORMAL” and “JUST” mode only.
Press to select.
size 1: reduced black bar.
size 2: widened black bar.
Size2
•
To return to previous screen :
RETURN
EXIT
Press to return.
Press OK.
• To reset to standard setting :
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
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Audio Adjustments
1
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select ADJUST.
MENU
ADJUST
CH
OK
VOL
SET UP
PICTURE
PICTURE ADJUST
Press to select AUDIO ADJUST.
VOL
POSITION / SIZE
CH
AUDIO
AUDIO ADJUST
Press to display the AUDIO ADJUST
screen.
AUDIO ADJUST
NORMAL
2
Press to select the menu to adjust.
Select the desired level by listening
to the sound.
CH
OK
VOL
MODE
VOL
CH
NORMAL is displayed at default.
DYNAMIC
BASS
+ 10
TREBLE
+ 8
0
BALANCE
SURROUND
OFF
ON
EQUALIZER
OFF
ON
STEREO
SAP
HDMI IN
MODE
MODE
AUTO
STANDARD
DYNAMIC
AUTO
STANDARD
DYNAMIC
BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE, SURROUND,
EQUALIZER
You can change the level of each Item ( BASS,
TREBLE, BALANCE, SURROUND, EQUALIZER )
for each MODE ( AUTO, STANDARD and
DYNAMIC ) according to your personal
preference.
Item
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
SURROUND
EQUALIZER
Selecting STEREO/SAP/MONO
STEREO
SAP
MONO
Note:
Red display
: With signal
White display : No signal
White display : MONO
MODE
STEREO
SAP
MONO
MONO
AUTO
Function
Automatically adjusts quiet sound
and loud sound for ease of listening.
Emits the original sound.
Gives contrast to sound.
Function
Adjusts low sounds
Adjusts high sounds
Adjusts left and right volume
To enjoy a concert hall effect,
turn SURROUND to ON when a
stereo signal is available.
To make voice sound clear.
Normally set to ON.
Function
Two channel Audio reception.
Second Audio Programming
( typically used for bilingual audio ).
Use when stereo signal is weak.
HDMI IN
Perform input switching of analog audio input (for DVI) and digital audio input (for HDMI) when using the
HDMI terminal.
AUTO
AUTO
DIGITAL
ANALOG
Set use of analog audio input when digital audio signal is not available.
DIGITAL
Forces use of digital audio input signal transmitted via the HDMI terminal.
ANALOG
Forces use of analog audio input signal transmitted via separate RCA terminals.
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Lock Feature
In the United States, 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 the LOCK MENU options.
CBL
DTV
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SET UP.
TV
DB
S
Press to select LOCK.
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
OK
VOL
CH
RETURN
EXIT
MENU
RECALL
PAGE
Press to display the
LOCK screen.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PROGRAM CH
CH
LOCK
Input code
Enter any 4-digit number as a password.
These numbers will be needed when
deactivating the LOCK function.
SLEEP/PROG
0
SET UP
LANGUAGE
GUIDE
1
R-TUNE
VOL
MENU
ADJUST
While entering a code, by pressing the
or down
buttons you can
up
input a new code again.
After entering your secret code for the first time, the onscreen display will
change to CHANGE CODE. And you can change the Input code.
Note: Use a code that is easy to remember and record it in a safe place.
1 Selecting broadcasts to lock.
CLOSED CAPTION
INPUT LABEL
OTHER ADJUST
LOCK
BLOCK PROGRAMS
U. S. MOVIES
STATUS
OFF ON
CHANGE SETTING
ENTER CODE FIRST
LOCK
BLOCK PROGRAMS
U. S. TV PROGRAMS
STATUS
OFF ON
CHANGE SETTING
Press to select BLOCK PROGRAMS.
CHANGE CODE
CH
OK
VOL
Press to select U.S MOVIES, U.S. TV
PROGRAMS, CANADIAN ENGLISH
or CANADIAN FRENCH.
VOL
CH
U.S. MOVIES
CANADIAN ENGLISH
2
U.S. TV PROGRAMS
CANADIAN FRENCH
Press to select STATUS.
Press to select ON or OFF.
CH
OK
VOL
LOCK
BLOCK PROGRAMS
U. S. TV PROGRAMS
STATUS
CHANGE CODE
LOCK
BLOCK PROGRAMS
U. S. TV PROGRAMS
STATUS
VOL
OFF ON
CHANGE SETTING
OFF ON
CHANGE SETTING
CH
CHANGE CODE
3
Press to select CHANGE SETTING.
Press to display the next screen.
CH
OK
VOL
LOCK
BLOCK PROGRAMS
U. S. TV PROGRAMS
STATUS
OFF ON
VOL
CHANGE SETTING
CH
CHANGE CODE
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Lock Feature
for U.S.TV PROGRAM to lock
U. S. TV PROGRAMS
1
Press to select VIEW NR PROGRAMS?.
VOL
SETTING
Press to select NO or YES.
CH
OK
BASIC
TV—Y
VOL
NO : Cannot view programs with NR signals.
YES : Can view programs with NR signal.
CH
2
Press to select SETTING.
CH
OK
VOL
VIEW NR PROGRAMS?
NO YES
TV—Y7
FV
TV—G
TV—PG V
S
L
D
TV—1 4 V
S
L
D
TV—MA V
S
L
Press to select BASIC or DETAILED.
VOL
BASIC
CH
3
DETAILED
U. S. TV PROGRAMS
Press to select rating.
BASIC : Change the selected title.
DETAILED : The cursor selecting the title
can be moved to select options
displayed on the right.
CH
OK
VOL
Press to lock or unlock the rating.
VOL
Lock: Red
Unlock : Green
CH
VIEW NR PROGRAMS?
NO YES
SETTING
BASIC
TV–Y
TV–Y7
FV
TV–G
TV–PG
V
S
L
D
TV–1 4
V
S
L
D
TV–MA
V
S
L
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 can be created out of these major categories to form various
combinations. These combinations are described in the below diagram. 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
S
S
S
• To return to previous screen :
L
L
L
D
D
RETURN
EXIT
Press to return.
MENU
• To end adjustments :
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Press to exit from the MENU screen.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
Lock Feature
for U.S.MOVIES to lock
1
Press to select VIEW NR PROGRAMS?.
VOL
VIEW NR PROGRAMS?
NO YES
Press to select NO or YES.
CH
OK
U. S. MOVIES
VOL
NO : Cannot view programs with NR signals.
YES : Can view programs with NR signal.
CH
2
Press to select rating.
CH
Press to lock or unlock the rating.
OK
VOL
Lock: Red
Unlock : Green
CH
U. S. MOVIES
VIEW NR PROGRAMS?
NO YES
VOL
Rating
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
for CANADIAN ENGLISH / CANADIAN FRENCH to lock
1
Press to select VIEW E PROGRAMS?.
Press to select NO or YES.
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CANADIAN ENGLISH
CANADIAN FRENCH
CH
VIEW E PROGRAMS?
NO YES
VIEW E PROGRAMS?
NO YES
C
G
C8+
8 ANS+
G
13ANS+
PG
16ANS+
14+
18ANS+
18+
2
Press to select rating.
Press to lock or unlock the rating.
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
Lock: Red
Unlock : Green
CANADIAN ENGLISH
VIEW E PROGRAMS?
NO YES
CANADIAN FRENCH
VIEW E PROGRAMS?
NO YES
C
G
C8+
8 ANS+
G
13ANS+
PG
16ANS+
14+
18ANS+
18+
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Lock Feature
CANADIAN ENGLISH RATINGS CHART
E
Exempt - Exempt programming includes: news, sports, documentaries and other information
programming, talk shows, music videos, and variety programming.
C
Programming intended for children under age 8. No offensive language, nudity or sexual
content.
C8+
Programming generally considered acceptable for children 8 years and over. No profanity,
nudity or sexual content.
G
General programming, suitable for all audiences.
PG
Parental Guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
14+
Programming contains themes or content which may not be suitable for viewers under
the age of 14. Parents are strongly cautioned to exercise discretion in permitting viewing
by pre-teens and early teens.
18+
18+ years old. Programming restricted to adults. Contains constant violence or
scenes of extreme violence.
CANADIAN FRENCH RATINGS CHART
E
Exempt - Exempt programming.
G
General - Programming intended for audience of all ages. Contains no violence, or
the violence content is minimal or is depicted appropriately.
8 ANS+
8+ General - Not recommended for young children. Programming intended for a broad
audience but contains light or occasional violence. Adult supervision recommended.
13ANS+
Programming may not be suitable for children under the age of 13 - Contains either a
few violent scenes or one or more sufficiently violent scenes to affect them. Adult
supervision strongly suggested.
16ANS+
Programming may not be suitable for children under the age of 16 - Contains frequent
scenes of violence or intense violence.
18ANS+
18+ years old. Programming restricted to adults. Contains constant violence or
scenes of extreme violence.
• To return to previous screen :
• To end adjustments :
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RETURN
EXIT
Press to return.
MENU
Press to exit from the MENU screen.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
Closed Captions
This unit 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 SET UP.
MENU
ADJUST
LANGUAGE
OK
VOL
SET UP
Press to select CLOSED CAPTION.
CH
VOL
PROGRAM CH
CH
LOCK
CLOSED CAPTION
Press to display the CLOSED
CAPTION screen.
2
INPUT LABEL
OTHER ADJUST
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.
Press to select CC ON MUTE.
Press to select from the following:
CH
OK
VOL
CLOSED CAPTION
ON MUTE
MODE
NO
OFF
VOL
NO (OFF)
C1
C2
CH
3
CC MODE
Activates the On-Screen Closed Caption feature. When activated this feature will remain on until
OFF is selected in this menu.
Press to select CC MODE.
CLOSED CAPTION
ON MUTE
Press to select from the following:
CH
OK
VOL
MODE
NO
OFF
VOL
OFF
CH
OFF • CAPTION
CAPTION
C1
•
• CAPTION C2 -
C1
C2
Recommended mode when Closed Caption is not being used.
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).
Another mode used for video related information.
• To return to previous screen :
• To end adjustments :
RETURN
EXIT
Press to return.
MENU
Press to exit from the MENU screen.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
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Customizing the VIDEO INPUT labels
Display for each VIDEO INPUT can be changed to match with the connected device
(VCR, DVD Player etc.).
1
Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SET UP.
MENU
ADJUST
Press to select INPUT LABEL.
SET UP
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CH
Press to display the INPUT LABEL screen.
CH
OK
VOL
LOCK
VOL
CLOSED CAPTION
CH
INPUT LABEL
OTHER ADJUST
Press to select the VIDEO INPUT.
2
COMPONENT1
HDMI
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
COMPONENT2
VIDEO2
INPUT LABEL
VIDEO1
Press to change the INPUT LABEL.
Each INPUT LABEL has the following choices.
CH
COMPONENT1
COMPONENT1
COMPONENT2
COMPONENT2
VIDEO1
VIDEO1
VIDEO2
VIDEO2
HDMI
HDMI
COMPONENT1(COMPONENT2, VIDEO1, VIDEO2 or HDMI)
[BLANK]
DTV
VCR
DVD
LD
GAME
OTHER ADJUST
1 Press the MENU button to display the MENU screen and select SET UP.
Press to select OTHER ADJUST.
2
Press to access OTHER ADJUST.
CH
OK
VOL
MENU
ADJUST
SET UP
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM CH
VOL
LOCK
CH
CLOSED CAPTION
3
Press to select the item that you would
like to change.
CH
OK
VOL
INPUT LABEL
OTHER ADJUST
Press to select desired condition.
VOL
OTHER ADJUST
CH
VIDEO NR
Reduce video noise in the picture.
Selection condition: ON
OFF
3D Y/C FILTER
Minimizes noise and cross color in the picture.
Not available for COMPONENT VIDEO.
Selection condition: ON
OFF
VIDEO NR
OFF ON
3D Y/C
OFF ON
COLOR MATRIX
SD HD
POWER SAVE
STANDARD
COLOR MATRIX
Displays input signals (480p signals) in a natural color.
Automatically adjusts color parameters for HD (high definition) and SD (standard definition).
Selection condition: SD
HD
POWER SAVE
The POWER SAVE will be suitable for watching at night and power consumption will be reduced.
SAVING
selection condition: STANDARD
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Programming The Illuminated Remote Control Using Access Codes
The Universal Remote Control can be programmed to operate many manufacturers’ components, using the
component function buttons for VCR, DVD, AUX, RCVR, TV, DTV, CABLE or DBS. Follow the procedures
for programming your Remote Control with or without a code for the component.
Determine the manufacturer of the component and look in the table for the code.
1
2
3
Confirm that the external component is plugged in and operating.
Turn the component off.
CH
OK
+
POWER
VOL
Press POWER and OK together, for at least 5 seconds.
After 5 seconds, all the illuminated mode keys will begin to flash.
Release the POWER and OK keys.
VOL
CH
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
RC
R
VC
VR
DB
TV
4
5
Press the mode key.
The mode key will illuminate steadily, all others will go out.
S
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Enter the 3-digit component code using the Remote Control numeric
keypad.
0
6
POWER
Press the Remote Control
POWER
to test the component. If the
procedure is successful, the component will turn on.
Default Modes For Remote Control
Device
Operates
TV
TV (Panasonic Only)
DTV
DTV (Panasonic Only)
CABLE
CABLE (Preset)
DBS
DBS (Preset)
VCR
VCR (Preset)
DVD/CD
DVD and CD (Preset)
Personal Video Recorders,
AUX
Tape and VCR2
Audio Receiver (Preset)
RCVR
Default
Panasonic TV Codes
Panasonic DTV Codes
Panasonic CABLE Codes
Panasonic DBS Codes
Panasonic VCR Codes
Panasonic DVD Codes
Panasonic Personal Video
Recorders Code
Panasonic RCVR Code
Helpful Hints: Unsuccessful Code
If the component does not operate with the Remote Control, repeat the
procedure using another code. (Some brands have multiple codes).
If an incorrect code is entered, or if the procedure takes longer than 30
seconds,the programming will fail.
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Programming Without A Code (When the code is not known)
This procedure searches all codes and is called the “sequence method.”
1
2
SAP
POWER
TV/VIDEO
AUX
DVD
RC
CR
Turn the component off.
LIG
H
E
UT
T
M
T
ASPEC
Confirm that the external component is plugged in and on.
VR
V
CH
3
Press POWER and OK together,
for at least 5 seconds.
After 5 seconds, all the illuminated
mode keys will begin to flash.
Release the POWER and OK key.
OK
+
POWER
VOL
VOL
CH
CBL
DTV
TV
DB
S
CH
OK
VOL
CH
MENU
RECALL
PAGE
RETURN
EXIT
GUIDE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R-TUNE
4
SLEEP/PROG
AUX
DVD
R
RC
VR
VC
CBL
DTV
DB
TV
VOL
Press the mode key.
The mode key will illuminate
steadily, all others will go out.
S
Press to move forward to the next
code, or to move backward.
5
CH
OK
0
VOL
VOL
CH
REW
PLAY
FF
PAUSE
STOP
REC
TV/VCR
VCR CH
OPEN/CLOSE
6
POWER
Press the Remote Control
POWER
to test the component. If the
procedure was successful, the component will turn on.
TV
Note:
Repeat the above steps until the component code is found. It may
take many attempts before the correct code is found.
7
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
After the code is found, press OK to
store the code.
CH
Note:
The step and set mode will start from the current device (not the
beginning of the list, except for the first time).
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Infrared Codes Index
The remote control is capable of operating many brands of peripheral equipment. Refer to pages 31 and 32
for programming procedures.
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 14 and 31 - 32 for details on operating peripheral equipment using the remote control.
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
DBS
RCVR
LD
Other Component
Other Component
Other Component
Other Component
Other Component
Other Component
Codes for VCR
VCR
Brand
Admiral
Aiwa
Akai
Audio Dynamic
Bell &Howell
Broksonic
Canon
Citizen
Craig
Curtis Mathes
Daewoo
DBX
Dimensia
Emerson
Fisher
Funai
GE
Goldstar
Gradiente
Hitachi
Instant Replay
Jensen
JVC
Kenwood
LXI
Magnavox
Marantz
Marta
Memorex
MGA
Minolta
Mitsubishi
Multitech
NEC
Olympic
Optimus
Code
335
332
314, 315, 316, 329
311, 339
305, 313
320, 326
323, 325
306
305, 306, 329
324, 345
301, 324, 343
310, 311, 339
345
303, 319, 320, 325, 326, 343
305, 307, 308, 309, 313
320, 326, 334
324, 333, 345
306
334
300, 323, 345
323, 324
339
310, 311, 334, 339
306, 310, 311, 339
300, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309
323, 324, 331
310, 311, 339
306
309, 324
338, 340, 341, 347, 348
300, 345
338, 340, 341, 347, 348
304, 347
310, 311, 334, 339
323, 324
306, 321, 328, 335
Brand
Orion
Panasonic
J.C.Penney
Code
320, 326
321, 322, 323, 324
300, 305, 310, 311, 324,
339, 345
Pentax
300, 311, 345
Philco
320, 323, 324, 326, 331, 343
Philips
323, 324, 331
Pioneer
323
Proscan
300, 301, 302, 323, 324,
331, 333, 345, 346
Quasar
321, 322, 323, 324
Radio Shack
305, 309, 324, 333, 336, 340
RCA
300, 301, 302, 323, 324,
331, 333, 345, 346
Realistic
305, 309, 324, 336, 340
Samsung
302, 304, 333
Sansui
320, 326, 339, 352
Sanyo
305, 309, 313
Scott
301, 302, 304, 309, 320,
326, 338, 340, 347, 348
Sears
300, 305, 306, 307, 308
Sharp
335, 336
Shintom
317
Signature 2000 335
Singer
317
Sony
328, 329, 330
Sylvania
323, 324, 331
Tashiro
306
Tatung
310, 311, 339
Teac
310, 311, 339
Technics
321, 322, 323, 324
Teknika
324
Toshiba
301, 346
Vector Research 311
Wards
306, 309, 335, 336, 344
Yamaha
305, 310, 311, 339
Zenith
306, 344
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Codes for Personal Video Recorders
VCR
Brand
Panasonic Replay 100
Philips Tivo
101
Sony Tivo
102
Code
Codes for DVD
DV
D
Brand
Denon
Ferguson
JVC
Mitsubishi
Nordmende
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
RCA
Code
100
101
109
105
101
100
103
102
101
Brand
Saba
Samsung
Sharp
Sony
Technics
Thomson
Toshiba
Yamaha
Zenith
101
110
108
104
100
101
103
100
107
Code
Brand
Optimus
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Quasar
RCA
Sansui
Sanyo
Scott
Sharp
Sherwood
Sony
Soundesign
Teac
Technics
Victor
Yamaha
Code
208, 218, 220, 222
224, 225, 227
229, 230
208
224, 225, 227
231, 237, 238, 247
210, 246
205
210, 246
242, 243
220
228
244
212, 216, 218
224, 225, 227
240, 241, 245
202, 203, 204
Brand
Philips
Pioneer
RCA
Sansui
Sharp
Sony
Teac
Technics
Yamaha
Code
222
204
226, 227, 228
205, 210
231
219, 220
210, 211, 215
216, 218
201, 202
Codes for CD
DV
D
Brand
Admiral
Aiwa
Carver
Denon
Emerson
Fisher
Harman/Kardon
Hitachi
Jensen
JVC
Kardon
Kenwood
LXI/Sears
Magnavox
Marantz
McIntosh
Nakamichi
Onkyo
Code
226
233, 235
229
242
239
205
219, 220, 221, 223
207
234
240, 241, 245
223
200, 201, 211, 245
236
229, 232
229
221
210
214, 215
Codes for Cassette Deck
AUX
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Brand
Aiwa
Denon
Fisher
Jensen
JVC
Kenwood
Marantz
Nakamichi
Onkyo
Panasonic
Code
223, 224, 225
231
203
214
229, 230
200, 207
202
205
208, 209, 213
216, 218
Operating peripheral equipment using the remote control
Codes for Receivers
Brand
Admiral
Aiwa
Denon
Fisher
Garrard
Harman Kardon
Jensen
JVC
Kenwood
Magnavox
Marantz
Mclntosh
Nakamichi
Onkyo
RC
VR
Code
120
125, 126
134, 135, 136
104
113
115, 123
129
132, 133
100, 108
127
124
116
106
109, 114
Brand
Optimus
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Quasar
RCA
Sansui
Sharp
Sony
Soundesign
Teac
Technics
Victor
Yamaha
Code
103, 127, 130, 131
118, 119, 121
123
105, 107
118, 119, 121
103, 105, 127, 130, 131
103, 111, 139
134, 137
122
138
111, 112, 113
118, 119, 121
132, 133
101, 102
Codes for Cable Box
DBS/CB
L
Brand
ABC
Archer
Cableview
Citizen
Curtis
Diamond
Eagle
Eastern
GC Brand
Gemini
General
Code
124
125, 132
105, 132
105, 122
112, 113
124, 125, 132
129
134
105, 132
122
111, 119, 120, 121, 122,
123,
Instrument/ Jerrold 124, 125, 126, 127
Hamlin
112, 118, 140, 141, 142,
145
Hitachi
103, 124
Macom
103, 104, 105
Magnavox
133
Memorex
130
Movietime
105, 132
Oak
102, 137, 139
Panasonic
109, 110, 114
Philips
106, 107, 128, 129, 130
Pioneer
101, 116
Pulsar
105, 132
Brand
Puser
RCA
Realistic
Regal
Code
132
115
132
112, 118, 140, 141, 142,
145
Regency
134
Rembrandt
105, 132, 137
Samsung
105
Scientific Atlanta 111, 112, 113
Slmark
101, 105
Sprucer
105, 110
Stargate
105, 132
Tel eview
101, 105
Texscan
144
Tocom
135
Toshiba
104
Unika
125, 132
Universal
122, 132
Videoway
106
Viewstar
129, 130
Zenith
100, 117
Zenith /Drae
100
Satellite
Codes for DBS
DBS/CB
L
Brand
Dish Network
(Echostar)
Echo Star
Express VU
G.E.
G.I.
(General Instrument)
Gradiente
Hitachi
HNS (Hughes)
Code
105, 115, 116
105
105, 115
106
108
114
103, 111, 112
103
Brand
Magnavox
Panasonic
Philips
Primestar
Proscan
RCA
Sony
Star Choice
Toshiba
Uniden
Code
101, 102
104
101, 102
108
106, 109, 110, 113
106, 109, 110, 113
107
103, 108
100
101, 102
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Mode Operational Key Chart
This chart defines which keys are operational after programming (if needed), while in the selected remote
control mode TV, DTV, CABLE, DBS, VCR, DVD ...etc.
KEY NAME
POWER
SAP
MUTE
ASPECT
TV/VIDEO
LIGHT
TV MODE
DTV MODE
CABLE MODE
DBS MODE
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
SAP ON/OFF
-
-
STB AUDIO TRACK
MUTE
TV MUTE
CBL MUTE
STB MUTE
TV ASPECT
DTV ASPECT
-
STB ASPECT
TV INPUT SW
TV INPUT SW
TV INPUT SW
TV INPUT SW
REMOTE BUTTONS REMOTE BUTTONS REMOTE BUTTONS
REMOTE BUTTONS
CHANNEL UP/DOWN NAVIGATION UP/DOWN CABLE CHANNEL UP/DOWN STB NAVIGATION UP/DOWN
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
ACTION
ACTION
ENTER
STB ACTION
VOL + / -
NAVIGATION RIGHT/LEFT
CABLE VOL + / -
STB NAVIGATION RIGHT/LEFT
MENU
MENU
-
STB MENU
DISPLAY
PROGRAM INFO.
TV DISPLAY
STB PROG.INFO
CH
MENU
RECALL
RETURN
EXIT
EXIT
EXIT (EPG)ELECTRONIC
PROGRAM GUIDE
-
STB EXIT
-
STB PAGE UP/DOWN
-
STB PAGE UP/DOWN
-
GUIDE (EPG)ELECTRONIC
PROGRAM GUIDE
-
STB GUIDE
Select Channel
Select Channel
Select Channel
Select Channel
TV
PREVIOUS
PREVIOUS STB CHAN
CABLE PREVIOUS
STB PREVIOUS
SLEEP
DTV PROGRAM/DASH
-
STB PROGRAM/DASH
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
VCR RECORD
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
CABLE CH CHANNEL
UP/DOWN
-
-
-
-
-
PAGE
GUIDE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
R-TUNE
SLEEP/PROG
REW
FF
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
REC
TV/VCR
VCR CH
OPEN/CLOSE
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DVD MODE
AUX MODE
KEY NAME
VCR MODE
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
-
-
-
-
-
-
TV MUTE
TV MUTE
RCVR MUTE
TV MUTE
-
-
-
-
TV INPUT SW
TV INPUT SW
-
TV INPUT SW
REMOTE
BUTTONS
REMOTE
BUTTONS
REMOTE
BUTTONS
REMOTE
BUTTONS
VCR CH
UP/DOWN
NAVIGATION
UP/DOWN
TV ACTION
SELECT
SAP
MUTE
(DVD)
(CD)
(VCR2)
(TAPE)
RCVR MODE
RCVR MUTE RCVR MUTE
ASPECT
TV/VIDEO
LIGHT
CH
NEXT/PREVIOUS TV CHANNEL
TRACK
UP/DOWN
-
-
TV INPUT SW TV INPUT SW
REMOTE
BUTTONS
REMOTE
BUTTONS
-
TUNER +/-
-
-
OK
VOL
VOL
-
TV ACTION
NAVIGATION RCVR VOLUME
TV VOLUME +/- UP/DOWN
TV VOLUME +/- RCVR VOLUME +/- RCVR VOLUME +/UP/DOWN
CH
MENU
-
DVD MENU
-
-
ON SCREEN VCR
ONSCREEN VCR
DVD DISPLAY TIME FORMAT
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
RECALL
RETURN
EXIT
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
SKIP +/-
SKIP +/-
-
-
-
-
-
NEXT TRACK
-
-
-
Select Channel
Select Chapter
Number
Select Track
Number
DVD TITLE
NEXT DISC
-
DECK A/B
-
-
-
-
-
-
PAGE
GUIDE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Select Channel
-
0
R-TUNE
SLEEP/PROG
REW
FF
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
CHANNEL
U P
/
DOWN
SKIP SEARCH
VCR REW/FF <<REW/>>FF SEARCH REW/FF VCR REW/FF
1.... AV1
2.... AV2
3.... AV3
4.... AV4
5.... CD
6.... TUNER
7.... PHONO
8.... TAPE
9.... AUX
TAPE REW/FF SURROUND +/-
PLAY
PLAY
PLAY
PLAY
PLAY
-
PAUSE
PAUSE
PAUSE
PAUSE
PAUSE
-
STOP
STOP
STOP
STOP
STOP
-
VCR RECORD
-
-
VCR RECORD TAPE RECORD
TV/VCR SWITCH
-
-
TV/VCR SWITCH
-
-
SLOW +/-
RANDOM/REPEAT
VCR CHANNEL
UP/DOWN
-
CENTER +/-
OPEN/CLOSE
-
REC
TV/VCR
VCR CH
VCR CHANNEL
UP/DOWN
-
OPEN/CLOSE
-
OPEN/CLOSE OPEN/CLOSE
-
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Manuel de instrucciones [Resumen]
Estimado cliente de Panasonic
Bienvenido a la familia de clientes de Panasonic.
Esperamos sinceramente que disfrute durante muchos años de su nuevo televisor
LCD.
Para obtener el máximo beneficio de su aparato, lea estas instrucciones antes
de hacer cualquier ajuste, y guárdelas para poder utilizarlas como referencia
en el futuro.
Guarde también el recibo de su compra, y anote el número del modelo y el
número de serie de su aparato en el espacio provisto en la cubierta posterior de
estas instrucciones.
Preparación
Instalación de las pilas en el control remoto
Cambio de las pilas
Cambie las pilas siguiendo los pasos indicados más abajo:
Se necesitan dos pilas AA.
1. Abra la cubierta de las pilas. 2. Instale las pilas como se muestra en el
compartimiento de las pilas.
(Las polaridades + y – deber á n coincidir
con las marcas correspondientes del
compartimiento).
3. Vuelva a colocar la cubierta.
Dos pilas tamaño AA
Precauciones relacionadas con la utilización de las pilas
La instalación incorrecta de las pilas puede causar fugas en las mismas que podrían estropear el
transmisor de mando a distancia.
Tome las precauciones siguientes:
1. Utilice siempre pilas nuevas cuando reemplace las viejas.
2. No intente cargar, cortocircuitar, desarmar, calentar o quemar las pilas usadas.
3. Las pilas deberán cambiarse cuando el mando a distancia funcione esporádicamente o no pueda
controlar esta unidad.
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Conexión
Conexión del cable de antena al terminal de entrada de RF
Conexión de antena - Para recibir correctamente los canales de VHF/UHF se requiere una antena externa.
Para obtener la mejor recepción se recomienda utilizar una antena para exteriores.
El modo de antena debe ajustarse a TV.
Antena de VHF
Antena de UHF
L
ANT
Mezclador
ANT
R
AUDIO IN
Terminal de antena
(ANT o VHF/UHF)
Clavija de antena
coaxial
Cable coaxial
de 75 ohmios
Desmontaje e instalación de la cubierta de la antena
1 Desmontaje
Ganchos
1.Empuje los ganchos hacia arriba y tire ligeramente de la cubierta
hacia usted mismo para soltar las garras (en 4 puntos).
2.Saque lentamente la cubierta hacia abajo.
2 Instalación
1.Inserte las garras (en 4 puntos) en el extremo de la parte
superior.
2.Empuje la cubierta hasta que los ganchos hagan un ruido seco.
Nota:
Para evitar que aparezcan interferencias en la pantalla, no junte el cable de la antena y el cable del adaptador
de CA.
Conexión de antena / cable
Cable entrante de 75 ohmios procedente de la antena del hogar/compañía de televisión por cable
Adaptador de antena tipo F (no suministrado)
ANT (VHF/UHF)
en la parte posterior del televisor
Conexión de cable - Para recibir los canales
de televisión por cable (01 - 125) conecte el
cable suministrado por su compañía de
televisión por cable. El modo de antena debe
ajustarse a CABLE. (Consulte la sección
Modo de la antena.)
Nota:
Ciertos sistemas de televisión por cable neutralizan algunos canales para reducir interferencias o tienen canales especiales
(codificados). Para recibir correctamente estos canales se necesita un sintonizador de conversión de televisión por cable.
Póngase en contacto con su compañía de televisión por cable para conocer los requerimientos de compatibilidad.
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Conexión
Para quitar y colocar la cubierta del cable
Para quitarla
2
Para colocarla
1.Suelte los ganchos del
extremo más alto.
2.Sáquela lentamente hacia
arriba.
1
1.Inserte los ganchos (en 2 puntos)
en el extremo más bajo.
2.Empújela hacia adentro en el
extremo más alto.
2
1
Nota:
Dependiendo del tipo de cable utilizado, tal vez no sea posible cerrar la cubierta. En tales casos, el cable
podrá instalarse a través de la cubierta de la antena.
Reproducción en una videograbadora o en otro equipo periférico en frente
Como connectar terminal entrada en frente.
HPJ
TV/VIDEO VOLUME
INPUT 2
CHANNEL
INPUT 2
cable VIDEO
cable S-VIDEO
HPJ
video cámara
(Optional)
S-Video
OUT
Video
OUT
L
Audio
OUT
R
JUEGO DE VIDEO
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Conexión
Como conectar las entradas atrás
Conexión de Video grabadora Y otros equipos.
(Video grabadora Super-VHS)
AUDIO OUT
L
R
INPUT 1
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
COMPONENT VIDEO
INPUT
1
2
Y
Y
VIDEO
VIDEO
PB
PR
PB
PR
L
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
R
L
L
Audio
IN
Audio
OUT
Video
OUT
R
S-Video
OUT
R
Ejemplo de conexión
Entrada 1
o
Entrada 2
AUDIO OUT
L
S-VIDEO
cable
R
VIDEO
INPUT 1
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO
(DVD/STB)
L
AUDIO
R
COMPONENT VIDEO
INPUT
1
2
Y
Y
VIDEO
VIDEO
PB
PB
PR
PR
L
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
R
Ejemplo de conexión
Entrada component 1
o
Entrada component 2
SALIDA DE VIDEO
Y
Pb
Pr
L
Audio
OUT
R
VIDEO
AUDIO
Notas:
Cuando se conecten cables de vídeo, y cuando se encuentren hechas conexiones al mismo tiempo al
terminal de entrada de S-vídeo y al terminal de entrada de vídeo, se dará prioridad al cable de S-vídeo.
El control de salida de sonido es fijo (SONIDO, AJUSTE, VOLUMEN subir/abajo Y Ambiente conexión/
desconexión son no funciona para el terminal de Audio Out).
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•
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Conexión/desconexión de la alimentación
Conexión de la clavija a la toma de corriente
Nota:
El cable de la alimentación del televisor deberá enchufarse primero a la toma de corriente.
Cómo conectar la alimentación
Presione el interruptor POWER principal del televisor para
encenderlo.
POWER-ON: Verde
Cuando el aparato esté en el modo de alimentación
conectada o en espera, pulse el interruptor POWER
principal del televisor para apagarlo.
POWER OFF: Apagado
Ejemplo:La pantalla de abajo se visualiza durante un rato
después de encenderse el televisor. (La condición de ajuste
es un ejemplo.)
Interruptor POWER principal
ZOOM
Canal 6
ESTEREO
SPA
MONO
SAP
POWER
TV/VIDEO
LIG
H
E
UT
T
DVD
AUX
DTV
CBL
R
RC
VR
VC
POWER
DB
TV
M
T
ASPEC
S
CH
OK
VOL
MENU
Pulse el botón POWER del mando a distancia
para encender el televisor: Verde
VOL
CH
Pulse el botón POWER del mando a distancia
para apagar el televisor: Rojo (espera)
RETURN
EXIT
Nota:
El televisor y el adaptador de CA consumirán algo de
energía siempre que el cable de alimentación esté
conectado a la toma de corriente.
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Ubicación de los controles
Control remoto iluminado
Botón de la alimentación
Púlselo para encender o apagar el televisor.
Nota: El cable de la alimentación del televisor deberá enchufarse primero
al tomacorriente, y el televisor encenderse luego con el interruptor
POWER (modo de espera).
Botón ASPECT
Cambia el tamaño de la pantalla (consulte la página 20).
JUSTIFICADO
ACERCAMIENTO
COMPLETO
NORMAL
Botón MUTE
Presione este botón para silenciar el sonido, y púlselo de nuevo para cancelar el silenciamiento.
Botones de selección de modo
Selección del modo de disco de
vídeo digital para el control
remoto
Selección del modo de
R
videograbadora para el
VC
control remoto
Selección del modo auxiliar para el control
remoto
DVD
RC
VR
DTV
CBL
DB
TV
Selección del modo de
televisor para el
control remoto
Selección del modo de televisor
digital para el control remoto
S
Selección del modo de
receptor/amplificador para el
control remoto
Satélite de emisión digital para
el control remoto
Selección del modo de televisión por
cable para el control remoto
R-TUNE
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AUX
Botón R-TUNE
Cambia al canal o modo de vídeo anterior.
Ubicación de los controles
Botón TV/VIDEO
El modo de entrada cambia cada vez que se presiona este botón.
TV
Componente 1
HDMI
Componente 2
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
Botón SAP
Selecciona el modo de audio.
ESTEREO
TV/VIDEO
LIG
H
E
UT
T
AUX
DVD
Cambia al siguiente canal superior
Mueve el cursor hacia arriba durante el modo del menú.
RC
R
VR
VC
CBL
DTV
DB
TV
M
MONO
Enciende los botones del control remoto.
El botón seleccionado parpadea cuando está encendido.
SAP
POWER
T
ASPEC
SPA
S
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
MENU
RECALL
PAGE
RETURN
EXIT
GUIDE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Visualiza el menú
Presione para acceder
a los menús DTV,
DBS o DVD.
PLAY
FF
PAUSE
STOP
REC
TV/VCR
VCR CH
CH
RETURN
EXIT
MENU
Cambia al siguiente canal
inferior
Mueve el cursor hacia abajo
durante el modo del menú.
OPEN/CLOSE
Subida/bajada de página
para DBS, salto +/- para
RECALL
DVD y CD.
PAGE
GUIDE
Botón GUIDE
para DBS.
Presione para visualizar la hora, el canal, el
cronometrados de apagado y otras opciones.
Botones de selección directa de
números de programas
SLEEP/PROG
TV
VOL
Aumenta el volumen
Mueve el cursor
hacia la derecha
durante el modo
del menú.
Presione para
volver MENU
anterior o salir de
MENU.
9
SLEEP/PROG
0
REW
CH
OK
VOL
1
R-TUNE
Reduce el volumen
Mueve el cursor hacia
la izquierda durante el
modo del menú.
Botón PROG raya / Botón Temporizador de cancelado
Programa números de canales para DTV y DBS.
Temporizador de cancelado (Minutos)
0
30
60
90
45
Organigrama de menús de televisión
Utilizando los botones del menú se pueden hacer todos los ajustes y configuraciones que este aparato es
capaz de realizar. La pantalla de menú está compuesta de 2 menús, el menú Ajuste y el menú Configu.
2
1
Púlselo para visualizar la
pantalla MENU, y púlselo
de nuevo para cancelarla.
MENU
Ajuste
SAP
TV/VIDEO
Imagen
Ajuste Imagen
M
LIG
H
T
Configu.
E
UT
AUX
DVD
o
VR
MENU
Ajuste
CBL
DTV
Configu.
DB
TV
Ajuste Sonido
Sonido
Ajuste Sonido
RC
R
VC
Sonido
Configu.
Imagen
Ajuste Imagen
POWER
T
ASPEC
MENU
Ajuste
Selección de MENÚ
S
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
RETURN
EXIT
MENU
RECALL
PAGE
GUIDE
1
2
3
4
5
6
MENU
Ajuste
Configu.
Imagen
Ajuste Imagen
Sonido
Ajuste Sonido
7
8
R-TUNE
9
SLEEP/PROG
0
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
CH
Consulte la ayuda en pantalla
El cuadro de ayuda en pantalla se visualiza siempre que aparece
un menú en la pantalla. Este cuadro de ayuda indica qué teclas
del mando a distancia se utilizan para desplazarse por el menú
mostrado. Consulte más arriba las descripciones de las funciones
de los botones.
Cuadro de instrucciones
de ayuda en pantalla
Idioma
Idioma
CAMBIE
VUELVE
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MENU
Ajuste
Configu.
Organigrama de menús de televisión
Pulse para seleccionar el MENÚ deseado (Ajuste o Configu).
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
Pulse para seleccionar cada elemento.
CH
Pulse para visualizar cada pantalla de ajuste.
Prosiga con el ajuste.
•
Para volver a la pantalla anterior :
OK
Pulse para volver.
MENU
• Para finalizar el ajuste :
Pulse para visualizar cada
pantalla de ajuste.
RETURN
EXIT
Pulse para salir de la pantalla MENU.
Esto hace que el aparato vuelva a la condición de visión normal.
Menú
Ajuste Imagen
Pulse el botón
RETURN para volver
a la pantalla anterior.
Ajuste Sonido
Ajuste Imagen
Normal
Normalizar
Normal
Sonido
Dinamica
Luz de Atras
+ 20
BAJOS
+ 10
CONTRASTE
+ 20
ALTOS
+ 8
Imagen
RETURN
EXIT
Menú
Ajuste Sonido
BRILLO
0
COLOR
- 1
Si
ESTEREO
No
Si
Entr. HDMI
Menú
Prog. Canales
MONO
AUTO
MODO
antalla de selección
Bloqueo
Bloqueo
Prog. Canales
Idioma
SPA
(consulte la página 24)
TV
CABLE
Programas
PROGRAMA AUTO
Le permite seleccionar el
PROGRAMA MANUAL
idioma seleccionado en las
visualizaciones en pantalla. (consulte la página 18,19)
Menú
Otro Ajuste
Pulse el botón
RETURN para volver
a la pantalla anterior.
No
EQUALIZ
0
Idioma
RETURN
EXIT
Si
0
Menú Idioma
OK
No
NITIDEZ
(consulte la página 21)
Pulse para visualizar
cada pantalla de
ajuste.
SON. ENVOL
TINTE
Imagen IA
0
BALANCE
VUELVE
EN MUDO
MODO
REDUC DE RUIDO
No Si
Filtro 3D
Subtitulos
Si
No
No
Si
Modificar
INGRESAR CLAVE
(consulte la página 25)
Menú
Ponga Titulos
Otro Ajuste
Pantalla e ajuste
Subtitulos
Activado
No Si
Matriz Color
SD HD
(consulte la página 29)
(consulte la página 30)
Ponga Titulos
Componente1 Componente1
Componente2 Componente2
Video1
Video1
Video2
Video2
HDMI
HDMI
(consulte la página 30)
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Sintonización de canales (Programación automática de canales)
Explora automáticamente todos los canales de TV y los almacena en la memoria.
1
2
Conecte la alimentación y pulse el botón TV/VIDEO para visualizar el canal de televisión.
Pulse el botón MENU para visualizar la pantalla MENU y seleccione
Configu.
Pulse para seleccionar Prog. Canales.
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
MENU
Ajuste
Configu.
Pulse para visualizar la pantalla
Prog. Canales.
CH
Pulse para seleccionar MODO.
3
Prog. Canales
CH
Pulse para seleccionar TV o CABLE.
OK
VOL
TV
MODO
CABLE
VOL
PROGRAMA AUTO
CH
PROGRAMA MANUAL
Pulse para seleccionar PROGRAMA AUTO. PROGRAMA AUTO
4
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
Pulse para visualizar la pantalla de
confirmación.
Activar
"PROGRAMA AUTO?"
Si
CH
5
Pulse para seleccionar Si.
CH
PROGRAMA AUTO
En Programa Auto
OK
VOL
No
VOL
Pulse para seleccionar No.
Canal
58
CH
Pulse para ejecutar PROGRAMA AUTO.
MENU
PARAR
Los canales avanzarán automáticamente hasta que todos hayan sido
explorados. Los números de canales con una videoseñal se
almacenarán en la memoria de exploración de canales.
MENU
Pulse para salir de la pantalla MENU.
Esto hace que el aparato vuelva a la condición de visión
normal.
Notas:
Cuando se pulsen botones mientras se ejecute PROGRAMA AUTO, el televisor volverá al modo de visión
normal. (Los canales encontrados hasta este punto se añadirán.)
Después de terminar PROGRAMA AUTO, se recibirá el canal con el número más bajo que haya sido
añadido.
Cuando no haya canales que puedan ser recibidos se visualizará el canal 69 (canal 125 para la televisión
por cable).
•
•
•
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Sintonización de canales (Programación manual de canales)
Utilice este ajuste cuando cambie ajustes de los canales de recepción o cuando
cambie la visualización de los canales.
Encienda el televisor y seleccione el canal de emisión. Siga los pasos de la página anterior para
visualizar la pantalla Prog. Canales.
1
Prog. Canales
Pulse para seleccionar PROGRAMA MANUAL.
MODO
TV
CABLE
PROGRAMA AUTO
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
Pulse para visualizar la pantalla
PROGRAMA MANUAL.
CH
PROGRAMA MANUAL
PROGRAMA MANUAL
Entre Canal
121
ANULAR
VUELVE
SEL CANAL
Adición o borrado de canales
2
Pulse para seleccionar canal
(o teclas de números).
CH
OK
VOL
VOL
PROGRAMA MANUAL
Entre Canal
121
CH
3
VUELVE
SEL CANAL
Pulse para añadir canales a la memoria
(el número del canal se pone de color azul).
CH
OK
VOL
ANULAR
VOL
CH
Pulse para borrar canales de la memoria
(el número del canal se pone de color
amarillo).
4
Repita los pasos 2 y 3 para continuar añadiendo o borrando canales.
MENU
Pulse para salir de la pantalla MENU.
Esto hace que el aparato vuelva a la condición de visión
normal.
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Troubleshooting
Before requesting service for this LCD TV, check the chart below for a possible cause of the problem you are experiencing.
Some simple checks or a minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the problem and restore proper operation.
If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the remedies indicated in the chart do not solve the
problem, consult your dealer for instructions.
Symptom
Cause and remedy
page
Power supply does not go
on
• Is power supply plug unplugged from the outlet?
• If power will not go on with the remote control, is the power supply of the TV "Off"?
–
12
Remote control cannot be
operated
• Is battery exhausted, or is battery polarity wrong?
• Is the remote control receiver illuminated with strong light from a fluorescent lamp etc.?
• Are you using the special-purpose remote control for this equipment? (The unit
will not operate with another remote control.)
7
–
–
Image shakes, or image is
unclear
• Is there deterioration, breakage or disconnection of the antenna or antenna wire?
• Is the antenna wire connected correctly?
–
8, 9
There are spots on the
picture, or the screen
shakes
• Is the system affected (by radio wave interference or induced electromagnetic
waves) by external sources (automobiles or trains, high-voltage wires, neon,
motors, magnetized steel frame, or iron rain shutters, etc.)?
➠Turn off the power supply, and try changing the equipment setup location. If
that has no effect, separate magnet-proofing will be required.
–
The image appears doubled
or tripled
• Is the antenna direction shifted?
• Are reflected electromagnetic waves being received from mountains or buildings?
–
A color pattern appears, or
colors disappear
• Is the equipment being affected by another TV (electromagnetic interference)?
➠Changing the TV setup location may lead to improvement.
–
The channel number
disappears from the screen
• Has the RECALL button been pressed?
➠Press the "RECALL button" again.
If the system is switched to external input and there is no external signal video,
the number will disappear.
–
When the image is not stable,
the screen turns completely
white for a moment
• This occurs when the signal driving the liquid crystal is lost, and is not a
malfunction.
15
The screen goes dark momentarily
when the channel is changed.
• The screen is darkened for a moment to conceal noise generated when changing
channels.
–
The TV makes a hissing
noise occasionally
• If the screen and audio are not abnormal, this sound is caused by slight
expansion and contraction of the cabinet due to changes in room temperature.
It has no effect on performance.
–
The screen display shakes
with video input
• When input is switched to "video input", this may occur if there is no signal at
the video/audio input terminal.
–
A black band appears
momentarily when selecting
channels with video
• This is due to noise generated when changing channels.
Both edges of the screen, or
columns or window frames,
appear bent
• They may appear bent due to the received channel or some DVD software.
This is not a malfunction.
The image from the connected
equipment does not appear
•Are plugs securely inserted into each terminal?
➠Securely insert plugs all the way.
The main unit is hot to the
touch
• The main unit radiates heat, so some parts of the console reach a high
temperature. This is not a problem for performance or quality.
• Set up at a location with good ventilation.
Do not cover the ventilation holes of the console with a tablecloth, etc., and do
not place on top of other equipment (like a video deck).
–
• Check HDMI cable is connected securely.
• Turn the power supply of the TV set and connected equipment ON/OFF.
• Check compatibility of connected signal. Change settings of connected
equipment to make signal compatible.
• Is the input source from the equipment that is EIA/CEA-861/861B compliant
consumer electric device?
12
• Set audio of connected equipment to L.PCM.
• Check setting of HDMI INPUT under AUDIO ADJUST.
• If the problem with the digital audio connection persists, change to an analog
audio connection.
24
Poor Video
(Example: Snow noise, no
H picture, picture runs, etc.)
D
M
I
Poor Audio
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10, 11
–
–
10,11
Specifications
Power Source
Power Consumption
LCD
Screen Size
Channel Capability
Sound
Speakers
Tweeters
Mid-range
Woofer
Headphones
FEATURES
Operating Conditions
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Average use : 172 W (Maximum Current 1.8 A)
Stand-by condition : 0.4 W
1280x768 pixel widescreen LCD panel. 801 mm (32 inch) diagonal.
687.4 mm (27.06 ″) (W) × 412.4 mm (16.24 ″) (H) ×
801.6 mm (31.56 ″) (DIAGONAL)
VHF-12 : UHF-56 : Cable-125
4W + 4W + 7W (10 % THD)
3.5 cm, 2 pcs
5 cm, 2 pcs
5 cm, 2 pcs
M3 (3.5 mm) Jack × 1
Aero-Hammer® Double Woofer System (3way 6speaker System)
CLOSED CAPTION
V-Chip
Temperature : 41 °F - 95 °F (5 °C – 35 °C)
Humidity : 5 % - 90 % RH (non-condensing)
Connection Terminals
INPUT
VIDEO (RCA PIN Type × 1) × 2
S-VIDEO (MINI DIN 4pin × 1) × 2
AUDIO L-R (RCA PIN Type × 2) × 2
Y×2
COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
OUTPUT
HDMI
Dimensions ( W × H × D )
Including TV Stand
TV Set Only
Mass (Weight)
P B / PR × 2
AUDIO L-R (RCA PIN Type × 2)× 2
AUDIO L-R (RCA PIN Type × 2)× 1
AUDIO L-R (RCA PIN Type × 2)× 1
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
(including synchronization)
±0.35 Vp-p
0.5 Vrms
0.5 Vrms
HDMI TYPE A Connector × 1
908 mm (35.75 ″) × 583.1 mm (22.96 ″) × 271.5 mm (10.69 ″)
908 mm (35.75 ″) × 527.1 mm (20.75 ″) × 146.1 mm (5.75 ″)
25.5 kg (56.2 lb.) 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 rear panel. 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
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
 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive
Mississauga, Ontario
L4W 2T3
Printed in Japan
MBS0904S0
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