Panasonic TX47P500H, TX47P500X Operating instructions

Panasonic TX47P500H, TX47P500X Operating instructions
Wide Projection Television
Operating Instructions
Model No.
TX-47P500H
TX-47P500X
This is a combined Operating Instruction
manual for all the above series of models.
Please read these instructions before
operating your set and retain them for
future reference.
TQBC0369
Dear Panasonic Customer
Welcome to the Panasonic family of customers. We hope that you will have
many years of enjoyment from your new Wide Projection 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 rear cover of these Instructions.
Visit our Panasonic Web Site
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
Important Information
(1) The long time (max. 2 hours) use of a TV game on this set is not recommended, since the signal from
the TV game may cause damage to the picture projection tubes of the set.
(2) Do not allow a still picture to be displayed for an extended period, as this can cause a permanent afterimage to remain on the Wide Projection TV screen.
Examples of still pictures include logos, video games, computer images and teletext.
If still picture cannot be avoided, reduce the brightness and contrast levels of the picture to minimize
any damage that might occur.
(3) In order to minimize any damage to the projection tubes, this set uses the PICTURE SHIFT function
(Refer to page 34) to change (shift) the entire picture approximately 2 mm every 15 minutes.
Table
Table of
of contents
contents
Warnings and Cautions ................................................................. 4
Before Operating This Set ............................................................. 6
How to Use This Manual ........................................................................
Safety Precaution / Securing the casters ...............................................
Connecting the Plug to the Wall Outlet ...................................................
How to Turn the Power On .....................................................................
Battery Installation ..................................................................................
Battery cautions ......................................................................................
6
6
7
7
7
7
Location of Controls ...................................................................... 8
Controls and Terminals on the TV .......................................................... 8
Connections ................................................................................... 9
Connecting the Aerial Cable to the RF In Terminal ................................ 9
Connecting Headphones ........................................................................ 9
How to connect the “AV1, 2, 3 or 4” Input Terminals ............................ 10
How to connect the DVD Input Terminals .............................................. 11
How to connect the AV Monitor Output Terminals to other equipment .. 11
General Operation ........................................................................ 12
On-Screen menu Display from Remote Control ................................... 14
Convergence Adjustment ........................................................................ 16
Convergence Adjustment mode ........................................................... 16
Convergence1 Adjustment for RED, BLUE and GREEN ..................... 17
Convergence2 Adjustment for RED and BLUE .................................... 18
Tuning Channels ...................................................................................... 19
Sound System Selection (Different region use differing systems) ............ 20
Colour System Selection (Different region use differing systems) ............ 21
Channel Selection ................................................................................ 22
Channel Allocation ................................................................................ 23
Automatic Tune .................................................................................... 24
Manual Tune ......................................................................................... 25
Fine Tuning ........................................................................................... 26
How to Cancel the Fine Tuning ............................................................ 26
Programme Number Skip ..................................................................... 27
How to Cancel the Skip Function ......................................................... 27
Picture Adjustment .................................................................................. 28
Sound Adjustment ................................................................................... 30
Aspect Controls ....................................................................................... 32
Setup Adjustment .................................................................................... 34
OFF TIMER .......................................................................................... 34
FLICKER REDUCTION ........................................................................ 34
COLOUR SYSTEM .............................................................................. 34
CH COLOUR SET ................................................................................ 34
VCR/GAME .......................................................................................... 34
CHILD LOCK ........................................................................................ 34
PICTURE SHIFT .................................................................................. 34
LANGUAGE ......................................................................................... 34
Multi Screen .............................................................................................. 35
Multi PIP ............................................................................................... 35
Channel search .................................................................................... 36
Strobe ................................................................................................... 36
TELE TEXT ................................................................................................ 37
Advanced Remoto Control Operation .................................................... 40
Stereo Bilingnal Sound Selection ......................................................... 40
VCR / LD / DVD Control ....................................................................... 40
Manufacturer setting ............................................................................... 41
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................... 42
Specifications ........................................................................................... 43
3
Warnings and Cautions
Warnings
Unplug the power cord in the
event of any malfunction
(screen goes blank, no sound,
odd sounds, smoke or unusual
odors coming from the unit).
Unplug the power cord if
foreign matter or water falls
into the unit, or if the unit is
dropped or the cabinet is
damaged.
DO NOT use this unit near
water. (Near a bath tub, etc.)
DO NOT place any of the
following on the unit:
Flower vases, flower pots,
cups, small metal objects, or
cosmetics containers,
chemicals or water.
DO NOT use if the power cord
or power plug is damaged, or if
the plug does not fit tightly into
the socket.
DO NOT insert foreign objects
(metal or easily flammable
objects).
DO NOT use at a voltage other
than indicated
TAKE CARE NOT to damage
the power cord.
DO NOT remove the rear
cover as live parts and High
Vo l t a g e c o m p o n e n t s a r e
accessible when the rear cover
is removed.
DO NOT touch the aerial cable
and this unit when there is
lightning.
DO NOT touch the power plug
if your hands are wet.
DO NOT place in humid or
dusty location, or areas
exposed to smoke or steam.
DO NOT place in direct
sunlight and other sources of
direct heat.
DO NOT place in an unstable
location.
DO NOT stand, or place
heavy objects on the unit.
Particular care should be
taken by families with small
children.
Place in a safe location.
Cautions
4
Fix the TV to a wall.
(refer to page 6)
Warnings and Cautions
Cautions
Cleaning
When inserting batteries,
ensure that the polarities
(positive and negative) are
correctly aligned. Insert as
shown on remote control. If
inserted incorrectly, battery
fluid may leak, and fire, injury,
or damage to surrounding
components may result.
Do not mix new and old
batteries. Use only the
specified batteries. Failure to
follow this precaution may
result in leakage of battery
fluid. Fire, injury, or damage to
surrounding components may
also result.
Adequate ventilation is
essential to prevent failure of
electrical components, we
recommend that a gap of at
least 10 cm (
) is left all
around this unit even when it
is placed inside a cabinet or
between shelves.
Turn the power “Off” before
connecting other electrical
equipment.
Before cleaning, unplug the
power plug from the socket.
DO NOT Jolt the unit.
Unplug the power plug from
the socket if you are not going
to use the unit for an extended
period.
Ask your sales outlet to install
the aerial.
To ensure continued excellent performance by this product, periodic cleaning is recommended.
The unit contains many plastic
parts. For this reason DO
NOT use benzine, thinner or
other chemicals to clean the
unit.
Dust will accumulate on the
picture screen. Please wipe
with a soft cloth from time to
time. If you use a chemically
treated cloth, please be careful
to follow the instructions that
come with the cloth.
DO NOT bring into contact
with insecticide or other
volatile substances.
DO NOT allow the unit to
come into contact for
extended periods with rubber
or vinyl products.
Remove dirt and soiling by
wiping with a light cloth.
Even if the unit is heavily
soiled, do not apply cleaner
directly to the unit. Soak a
cloth in a solution of neutral
cleanser thinned with water.
Then wring out the cloth, wipe
the unit clean, and finish by
wiping with a dry cloth.
Do not use any type of
cleansers on the picture
screen.
5
Before Operating This Set
Safety Precaution
Please take safety precautions to prevent the unit form
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
to fasten the TV firmly to a
strong support such as a wall
or a pillar.
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Check the Model Number of your TV set;
the Model Number is shown on the rear
cover name plate on the set.
Use the table on the right to confirm which
features your particular Model is equipped
with. This will help you to know which
sections of the manual apply to your set.
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How to Use This Manual
/ Securing the casters
To prevent the set from tipping forward, turn the two casters on the front of the TV so they face forward, as shown
in the picture.
Before Operating This Set
Connecting the Plug to the Wall Outlet
Note:
Main plug types vary between countries. The main plug shown at left may
therefore not be the type fitted to your set.
How to Turn the Power On
Power Indicator
No light: Power OFF condition
Power OFF
Note: Even when the Power Switch is "OFF", the TV set
will still consume a small amount of power.
Power Indicator
Power ON
Power Switch
Push the Power switch on Television to turn the set on.
Power Indicator
No light: Normal viewing condition
Red : Stand by
Notes:
• When in the Stand-by condition (Refer to page 15), it is also possible to turn the TV set on by pressing any of the
“Direct Programme Number Selection buttons” (0~9) or “Programme Number Up or Down buttons” on the TV set or
on the Remote Control.
• If the Wall Outlet is switched OFF or the Main Plug is unplugged, when the TV set is again turned ON (by either
connecting the Main Plug to the Wall Outlet or switching the Wall Outlet ON), it will have returned to the original state.
Battery Installation
1
Open the cover.
Apply slight downward pressure
while pulling towards the bottom.
2
Batteries: Use two “R6 (AA)” size
batteries.
Insert the batteries ensuring the correct
polarities.
This is identifiable by the “+” and “−” symbols
on the batteries and inside the battery
compartment.
3
Replace the cover.
Two “R6 (AA)” size
Do not use rechargeable (Ni-Cd) batteries.
They are different in shape and performance and may fail to ensure correct operation.
Battery cautions
The incorrect use of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage which will corrode the Remote Control or cause the
batteries to burst.
Old Batteries
New Batteries
Replace both batteries at the same time.
Don't mix diffrent battery types
(alkaline with carbon zinc, etc.)
Don't Recharge.
7
Location of Controls
Controls and Terminals on the TV
AV3
IN
Main
STR
Sub.
R
S-VIDEO VIDEO L/MONO
AUDIO
TV/AV
F
MONITOR
OUT
AV1
IN
AV2
IN
AV4
IN
DVD
S-VIDEO
DVD
[Y-PB-PR]
[Y-PB-PR]
VIDEO
Y
Y
VIDEO
MONO
MONO
PB
L
AUDIO
PR
R
Item
No.
Function
Item
No.
PB
AUDIO
PR
R
Function
Refer to
Page
Main Headphones Jack
9
TV/AV Selection
Sub Headphones Jack
9
Aerial Terminal (RF In Terminal)
AV3 Input Terminals
10
Monitor Output Terminals
11
STR
12
AV1 Input Terminals
10
Function
12
AV2 Input Terminals
10
12
AV4 Input Terminals
10
12
DVD ( Y. PB. PR ) Input
11
Volume Down (−) /
Programme Number Down ( )
Volume Up (+) /
Programme Number Up ( )
8
Refer to
Page
MONO
L
12
9
Connections
Connecting the Aerial Cable to the RF In Terminal
VHF Aerial
UHF Aerial
Coaxial aerial plug
RF in
Terminal
Mixer
75 Ohm
Coaxial Cable
RF In Terminal
75 Ohm Coaxial Cable
Coaxial Aerial Plug
Notes:
• To obtain optimum quality picture and sound, an Aerial, the correct cable (75 Ohm coaxial) and the correct terminating plug are required.
• If a communal Aerial system is used, you may require the correct connection cable and plug between the wall Aerial
socket and your set.
• Your local Television Service Centre or Dealer may be able to assist you in obtaining the correct Aerial system for
your particular area and accessories required.
• Any matters regarding Aerial installation, upgrading of existing systems or accessories required, and the costs
incurred, are the responsibility of you, the Customer.
Connecting Headphones
Connect headphones as follows.
AV3
IN
Main
Sub.
(Optional)
(not supplied)
R
S-VIDEO VIDEO L/MONO
AUDIO
You can listen to sound from each of the
headphones plugs as shown below.
(3.5mm Plug)
Speaker
Sound
Screen condition
Single picture/
Teletext
Picture in Picture
Picture and Picture
A
A
A
B
B
Main
Sub
Headphones Headphones
Monitor
Output
A
(Stereo)
A
(Stereo)
A
(Mono)
A
(Stereo)
A
(Stereo)
A
(Stereo)
B
(Mono)
A
(Stereo)
A
(Stereo)
A
(Stereo)
B
(Mono)
A
(Stereo)
Main Headphones plug:
When a Main Headphones plug is inserted into the Headphones socket, all speakers will be automatically disconnected; only the Main Headphones will function.
Use Volume Up “+” or Down “-” button to control volume level.
Sub Headphones plug:
For the sub Headphones volume control, refer to page 30.
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Connections
How to connect the “AV1, 2, 3 or 4” Input Terminals
Connect VCRs and other peripheral equipment
(VHS VCR)
Audio
R OUT
L
Video
OUT
AV1
IN
S-VIDEO
MONITOR
OUT
AV1
IN
AV2
IN
DVD
S-VIDEO
DVD
[Y-PB-PR]
VIDEO
VIDEO
AV4
IN
[Y-PB-PR]
VIDEO
Y
Y
VIDEO
MONO
MONO
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
MONO
PB
MONO
L
PB
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
PR
R
PR
R
(Super-VHS VCR)
Audio
R OUT
L
Video
OUT
S-Video
OUT
AV1
IN
MONITOR
OUT
AV1
IN
AV2
IN
AV4
IN
S-VIDEO
DVD
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO
MONO
AUDIO
R
[Y-PB-PR]
VIDEO
Y
VIDEO
MONO
L
DVD
[Y-PB-PR]
Y
MONO
PB
L
AUDIO
R
MONO
PB
L
PR
AUDIO
PR
R
Notes:
• When an S-Video cable is connected to the S-Video terminal, the corresponding Video input will be switched off and
the signal from the S-Video input will be used.
• When a Monaural VCR is used, connect the Monaural Audio cable to the Audio “L” (Left) terminal.
• Select the desired AV input position by pressing the TV/AV button. (Refer to page 13)
• Input 3 is located on the front of the unit.
• The AV2 and AV4 audio input terminals serve as the audio input terminal for both the Video input and the DVD input.
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Connections
How to connect the DVD Input Terminals
DVD Player
R
Audio
OUT L
DVD(Y-PB-PR) OUT
PR
PB
Y
MONITOR
OUT
AV1
IN
AV2
IN
AV4
IN
DVD
[Y-PB-PR]
DVD
S-VIDEO
DVD
[Y-PB-PR]
Y
[Y-PB-PR]
VIDEO
Y
Y
VIDEO
MONO
PB
MONO
L
AUDIO
PB
MONO
MONO
L
PR
AUDIO
PR
AUDIO
R
R
PB
L
PR
R
Notes:
• The AV4 audio signal is common for both AV4 and DVD input signal terminals.
• The DVD signal input terminal takes priority over the AV4 video signal input terminal.
• Similar connection are available at the COMPONENT VIDEO input 2 terminal.
How to connect the AV Monitor Output Terminals to other equipment
The “Monitor Out” Terminals output the same signals as main picture on the TV screen and sound from the speaker at
that time, e.g. TV programmes or signals from AV1, AV2, AV3 or AV4 input.
Recording Equipment
(VHS VCR)
R
Audio
IN
L
Video
IN
MONITOR
OUT
MONITOR
OUT
AV1
IN
AV2
IN
AV4
IN
S-VIDEO
DVD
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
[Y-PB-PR]
VIDEO
Y
VIDEO
MONO
AUDIO
DVD
[Y-PB-PR]
Y
MONO
PB
L
AUDIO
R
MONO
PB
L
PR
AUDIO
PR
R
Notes:
• Never connect the same video recorder with both the VIDEO IN and MONITOR OUT terminals on this TV set, as this
could cause incorrect operation.
• The monitor output emits the main picture normal video and audio signals.
• Teletext display on screen will not be output at the MONITOR OUT terminals.
• Even if the television is in picture-in-picture condition, MONITOR OUT terminals output the same signals as main
picture on the screen and sound from speakers. Sub picture including strobe, still, channel search, etc. will not be
output at the MONITOR OUT terminals.
• The DVD signal (Y, PB, PR) is not output at the MONITOR out terminals.
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General Operation
TV/AV Selection
STR
TV/AV
F
Volume Up (+) /
Programme Number Up ( )
Power switch
Volume Down (-) / Programme Number Down ( )
STR
Used to store tuning and other
function settings. Also used to
start the menu demonstration.
Picture Menu (see page 14, 28)
Sound Menu (see page 14, 30)
Function selection
Displays the on screen display functions, use repeatedly
to select from the available functions.
The following adjustments can be accessed directly.
VOLUME
TUNING MODE
CONTRAST
BALANCE
BRIGHTNESS
TREBLE
COLOUR
BASS
SHARPNESS
NTSC-TINT
Notes:
• NTSC-TINT: Displayed when
receiving NTSC signals.
• TUNING MODE : Not displayed
during AV mode.
Set up Menu (see page 15, 34)
Stereo/Bilingual Sound Selection
(see page 40)
TEXT Favourite Page Selection
(see page 38)
TV/TEXT Selection (see page 37)
100Hz/PROGRE (see page 29)
Surround (see page 30, 31)
Aspect Controls (see page 32)
Press to select the different
Aspect options.
Multi P in P Selection
(see page 35)
Recall
Press to display the current system
status, for example, Programme
number, Channel number, Stereo
mode, Picture menu, Sound menu,
Scan mode, Sound system and colour
system.
Store
Stores some settings in TUNING
menus and TELE TEXT.
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VCR/LD/DVD Rewind/Review
Normalization (see page 29, 31, 32)
Help (see page 14)
General Operation
Note:
Power (Stand-by) (see page 7)
The TV set must first be plugged into the wall • It is also possible to turn the TV set on from
STANDBY mode by pressing the “Direct
outlet and turned on at the power switch.
Press this button to turn the TV set On from Programme Number Selection” Buttons (0-9) and
the “Programme Number Up or Down” Button,
Standby mode, Press it again to turnVolume
the TV Adjustment
either
on the set or on the Remote Control.
set OFF to Standby mode.
Sound Mute
Press to mute the sound completely the “Mute” symbol will appear.
Press again to restore the previous sound level, and cancel the mute.
Volume Adjustment
Press to increase or decrease
the sound volume level.
Programme Number Selection
Press to select the next higher
or lower Programme number.
PICTURE
VOLUME
SOUND
SET UP
TV/AV
TV/TEXT
INDEX HOLD
F.P.
100Hz/
PROGRE
CH SEARCH STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
Coloured buttons used for
Multi Screen functions
(see page 35)
Teletext functions (see page 37)
AV selection (see page 13)
TEXT Index (see page 39)
/Channel Search (see page 36)
TEXT hold (see page 38)
/Still (see page 36)
SURROUND
ASPECT
7
8
MULTI
PIP
9
0
VCR/LD/DVD Play
18
TV/AV Mode Selection
Press to select TV, AV1, AV2, AV3
and AV4 input signal modes
sequentially.
Remote control :
AV1
AV2
TV/AV
AV3
AV4
Press to display AV1 - AV4 at the
bottom of the screen. Each
coloured button corresponds to
each input signals. For example,
pressing the Red button selects
AV1.
Direct programme Number
• Direct Programme Number
Selection (CH SELECT = DIRECT)
You can select the number directly by
pressing the corresponding programme
number buttons.
Programme Number 8....... 8
VCR/LD/DVD
Fast Forward/cue
Programme Number 36..... 3 , 6
Programme Number 124... 1 , 2 , 4
VCR/LD/DVD Stop
LD/DVD
REC-VCR
N
STR HELP A DISC SIDE B
?
VCR/LD/DVD Control
(see page 40)
• Direct Programme Number
Selection (CH SELECT = POSITION)
You can select the numbers directly by
pressing “Number 0-9” buttons or by
pressing “Two Digit” and “Number 0-9”
buttons.
Programme Number 8 ..... 8
Programme Number 12....
, 1 , 2
Note:
• When the Skip setting for Programme
Number 100 through 125 is on, the
channel selection time will be
shortened, and thus you can not input
three digits at a time.
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On-Screen menu Display from Remote Control
To PICTURE adjust menu
(see page 28)
PICTURE
MENU
STANDARD
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
NTSC-TINT
C. TEMP
STANDARD
PICTURE
AUTO
P-NR
AI
ON
SCAN MODE
AUTO
PICTURE
SOUND
SET UP
TV/AV
TV/TEXT
INDEX HOLD
F.P.
100Hz/
PROGRE
CH SEARCH STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SURROUND
To SOUND adjust menu
(see page 30)
SOUND
MENU
VOLUME
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
HEADPHONE VOL.
SUB HEADPHONE
SURROUND
DYNAMIC
ASPECT
MULTI
PIP
0
OFF
LD/DVD
REC-VCR
To HELP MENU
HELP MENU
HOW TO USE THE MENUS
: MOVE BETWEEN
MENU OPTIONS
: ADJUST OR ACCESS
CHOSEN OPTION/MENU
: OPEN OR CLOSE THE MENUS
: GO BACK TO WATCHING
EXT. CONNECTION
MENU DEMO
ACCESS
The HELP button runs a
demonstration of on screen
display menus available.
Press the HELP button and
select one of the options.
14
N
STR HELP A DISC SIDE B
?
On-Screen menu Display from Remote Control
To SETUP MENU
(see page 34)
SETUP MENU
FASTEXT
TELETEXT
OFF TIMER
OFF
FLICKER REDUC.
DYNAMIC
STROBE
CH COLOUR SET
VCR / GAME
OFF
TEXT SELECT
ENGLISH
SETUP MENU
CHILD LOCK
OFF
PICTURE SHIFT
OFF
ACCESS
TUNING MENU
CONVERGENCE
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
SETUP MENU
FASTEXT
TELETEXT
OFF TIMER
OFF
FLICKER REDUC.
DYNAMIC
STROBE
CH COLOUR SET
VCR / GAME
OFF
TEXT SELECT
ENGLISH
SETUP MENU
CHILD LOCK
OFF
PICTURE SHIFT
OFF
TUNING MENU
CONVERGENCE
ACCESS
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
Press to access to TUNING MENU
To TUNING MENU
(see page 19)
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
E.EUROPE
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
To CONVERGENCE
(see page 16)
Press to access to CONVERGENCE
RETURN
CONVERGENCE 1
CONVERGENCE 2
RETURN
CONVERGENCE 1
CONVERGENCE 2
SELECT
ACCESS
TV / AV - EXIT
ACCESS
SELECT
ACCESS
TV / AV - EXIT
ACCESS
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Convergence Adjustment
Convergence Adjustment mode
Prior to adjustment, tune the broadcast signal to the video input
signal and operate the set for more than 60 minutes. If the location
or direction of the set is changed or moved, the display may be
out of alignment.
If necessary, carry out the following procedures once with PAL
signal and again with the NTSC signal.
Vertical centre marker
Horizontal centre marker
1
SET UP
Press to display the Setup Menu.
2
Press to select the “CONVERGENCE”.
Press to access to the “CONVERGENCE”
menu.
3
Press to select the “CONVERGENCE1”
or the “CONVERGENCE2”.
Press to access to the function.
SETUP MENU
CHILD LOCK
OFF
PICTURE SHIFT
OFF
TUNING MENU
CONVERGENCE
ACCESS
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
RETURN
CONVERGENCE 1
CONVERGENCE 2
SELECT
ACCESS
TV / AV - EXIT
ACCESS
Example: CONVERGENCE1 is selected.
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Convergence Adjustment
Convergence1 Adjustment for RED, BLUE and GREEN
RED
Press to align the horizontal red line with
the horizontal blue line.
(Becomes a white line)
Press to align the vertical red line with the
vertical blue line.
(Becomes a white line)
Press N button to adjust the blue mode.
CONVERGENCE
RED
ADJUST
ADJUST
TV / AV -EXIT
N-BLUE
BLUE
Press to align the horizontal blue line with
the horizontal yellow line.
(Becomes a white line)
Press to align the vertical blue line with the
vertical yellow line.
(Becomes a white line)
Press N button to adjust the green mode.
CONVERGENCE
BLUE
ADJUST
ADJUST
TV / AV -EXIT
N-GREEN
Only when you cannot adjust with RED and BLUE, proceed to the following GREEN Adjustment.
GREEN
Vertical centre marker
Press to align the horizontal green line with
the vertical centre maker.
CONVERGENCE
Press to align the vertical green line with
the horizontal centre maker.
GREEN
Press N button to adjust the red mode.
ADJUST
ADJUST
TV / AV -EXIT
N-RED
Horizontal centre marker
TV/AV
Press at any time to return to the normal viewing.
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Convergence Adjustment
Convergence2 Adjustment for RED and BLUE
This function adjust the convergence of the side part of the screen.
Press to select the CONVERGENCE2.
Press to access to the function.
RETURN
CONVERGENCE 1
CONVERGENCE 2
TV/TEXT
F.P.
100Hz/
PROGRE
INDEX HOLD
ACCESS
Press the Number button on the Remote Control to
select the position which you’d like to adjust.
CH SEARCH STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SURROUND
(Example) Position 1 is selected.
1
ASPECT
MULTI
PIP
SELECT
ACCESS
TV / AV - EXIT
2
3
4
7
3
RED
RED
0
2
TV / AV -EXIT
N-BLUE
8
6
4
ADJUST
ADJUST
TV / AV -EXIT
N-BLUE
6
9
7
8
9
Remote control
RED
Press to align the horizontal red line with
the horizontal blue line.
(Becomes a white line)
2
1
3
RED
Press to align the vertical red line with the
vertical blue line.
(Becomes a white line)
4
TV / AV -EXIT
N-BLUE
6
Press N button to adjust the blue mode.
7
8
9
Press to align the horizontal blue line with
the horizontal yellow line.
(Becomes a white line)
1
2
3
BLUE
BLUE
Press to align the vertical blue line with the
vertical yellow line.
(Becomes a white line)
Repeat above adjustment for each position.
4
7
TV / AV -EXIT
N-RED
8
TV/AV
Press to return to the normal viewing.
Note:
If you wish to view a video with a different colour system (PAL / SECAM, NTSC), repeat the steps above
while displaying a picture.
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6
9
Tuning Channels
1 Display the TUNING MENU
1
SETUP MENU
TELETEXT
OFF TIMER
FLICKER REDUC.
STROBE
CH COLOUR SET
VCR / GAME
TEXT SELECT
SET UP
Press to display the
SETUP MENU.
2
FASTEXT
OFF
DYNAMIC
OFF
ENGLISH
Press to select the
TUNING MENU.
SETUP MENU
CHILD LOCK
OFF
PICTURE SHIFT
OFF
ACCESS
TUNING MENU
CONVERGENCE
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
Press to display the TUNING MENU.
2
1 Select the “POSITION” or the “DIRECT”
CH SELECT
Press to select the “CH SELECT (Channel
Select) ” Mode.
Press to select the “POSITION” or the “DIRECT”.
Setting range when the “POS.” (Position) has
been selected: Position 0-99
Setting range when the “DIRECT” has been
selected: Channel 0-125
The channel select indicator will change as follows.
DIRECT
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
E.EUROPE
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
POSITOIN
2 Regional System Selection
SYS SELECT (Before AUTO tuning and MANUAL tuning, set the “SYS SELECT” mode, as detailed below.)
Press to select the “SYS SELECT”.
Press to select the appropriate system.
The system select indicator will change as
follows.
CHINA
HK/UK
ASIA/M.EAST
NZ/INDONES
AUSTRALIA
JAPAN
CATV
AMERICA
SPECL VER
E.EUROPE
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
E.EUROPE
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
System Select by Regional
SYSTEM SELECT
Region
CHINA
HK / UK
ASIA/M.EAST
NZ / INDONES
AUSTRALIA
E.EUROPE
SPECL VER
AMERICA
CATV
JAPAN
China
Hong Kong, United Kingdom
Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Asia countries, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Middle East countries, etc.
New Zealand, Indonesia, etc.
Australia
CIS, Poland, etc.
South Africa
U.S.A., Chile, Mexico, Panama, Pelu, Philippines, Taiwan, Venezuela, etc.
USA CATV
Japan
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Tuning Channels
Sound System Selection (Different region use differing systems)
This function is used only in the TV mode when the sound is not clear or no sound is produced on a Programme
Number, and is not applicable in AV mode .
1
Press to select the “SOUND SYS”.
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
JAPAN
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
Sound System Condition.
2
Press until the optimum sound is obtained.
The sound system will change as shown.
4.5MHz
5.5MHz
6.5MHz
6.0MHz
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
Note:
These are different sound broadcast transmission systems applicable to differing countries.
3
STR
Press to store the Sound System.
TV/AV
Press to exit from the “SOUND SYS”.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
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POSITION
JAPAN
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
Tuning Channels
Colour System Selection (Different region use differing systems)
If a clear picture with correct colours cannot be obtained when a Broadcast or AV signal is received, this function is used.
1
Press to select the “COLOUR SYS”.
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
JAPAN
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
Colour System Condition.
2
Press to produce the optimum image.
The colour system will change as shown.
AUTO
NTSC3.58
PAL
SECAM
NTSC4.43
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
JAPAN
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
Note:
PAL, SECAM and NTSC 3.58 are different colour signal broadcast transmission systems applicable to differing countries.
NTSC 4.43 is a trick playback mode used in special VCR to playback NTSC recorded video tapes through PAL
television equipment.
3
STR
Press to store the Colour System.
TV/AV
Press to exit from the “COLOUR SYS”.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
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Tuning Channels
Channel Selection
Select the most easily viewed channel selection method.
2ch
4ch
6ch
8ch
10ch
12ch
14ch
16ch
18ch
20ch
POSITION SELECT
Example
When the Channel Selection is on POS. (Position), and
Auto Tune is performed, the unit memories the channels
tuned in order from programme No.1.
Press the button
1
to view channel 2.
Press the button
2
to view channel 4.
Press the button
3
to view channel 6.
During position mode various reception channels can be
viewed.
DIRECT SELECT
When the Channel Selection is on DIRECT, and Auto Tune
is performed, the unit memories the programme number
which is the same as the channel tuned.
This method allows you to select the desired channel by
pushing the channel display number directly on the remote
control to select the station. The channel display numbers
for the broadcast stations in each region are listed on page
23.
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Programme
Number
Channel
Display
Received
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
Programme
Number
Channel
Display
Received
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
–
2
–
4
–
6
–
8
–
10
–
2
–
4
–
6
–
8
–
10
20
20
20
Example
Tuning Channels
Channel Allocation
• CATV (USA CATV) channel numbers as recommended by the joint EIA/NCTA Engineering committee and published
as EIA INTERIM STANDARD No.6-CABLE TELEVISION CHANNEL IDENTIFICATION PLAN-MAY 1983.
• The receiving channels are as follows;
SYS SELECT
CH DISPLAY
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
12
13
14
15
16
CHINA
HK/UK
–
1
2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
21
12
13
19
20
21
22
23
24
ASIA/M.EAST NZ/INDONES AUSTRALIA E.EUROPE SPECL VER AMERICA
RECEIVE CHANNEL
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1
0
1
1
–
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
S2
11
12
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
21
11
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
21
S10
6
9
9A
10
11
12
S11
11
12
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
21
11
12
13
–
–
–
–
–
–
21
CATV
JAPAN
–
1
2
–
1
2
12
13
13
14
28
57
58
59
S44
20
21
62
63
62
63
62
63
62
63
62
63
62
63
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
57
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Z1
69
–
–
–
S'1
S'2
S'3
–
–
–
S1
S2
69
–
–
–
S'1
S'2
S'3
–
–
–
S1
S2
69
–
–
–
S'1
S'2
S'3
–
–
–
S1
S2
69
–
–
–
S'1
–
–
–
–
–
S1
S2
69
–
–
–
S'1
S'2
S'3
–
–
–
S1
S2
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Z9
Z10
Z11
Z12
Z13
Z14
Z15
Z16
Z17
Z18
Z19
Z20
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
S10
–
–
–
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
117
118
Z37
–
–
–
–
–
S41
–
–
S41
–
–
69
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
62
63
69
70
120
125
S41
–
–
S41
–
–
S41
–
–
80
–
–
–
–
62
63
62
C13
99
100
C49
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
125
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Tuning Channels
Automatic Tune
This TV uses automatic tuning to determine whether or not the TV can receive a broadcast signal which is being sent, and
automatically prepares so that the channel selection can respond to both the position select and direct select modes.
Before Automatic Tune, Channel Select and Regional System must already be set (Refer to pages 19).
1
AUTO TUNE
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
Press to select the “AUTO TUNE”.
Press to access to the “AUTO TUNE”.
Search Start.
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CH 29
AUTO SETUP IN PROGRESS
SEARCHING : PLESE WAIT
STORED CH29
SETUP : RETURN TO TUNING MENU
TV/AV : TO EXIT
2
SOUND SYS
POSITION
JAPAN
ACCESS
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
When a station is found.
The best tuning position is automatically
memorized.
After all stations are tuned, the on-screen display will automatically change from “AUTO
TUNE” to “SOUND SYS” Position.
Press to improve the Sound quality, if the Sound
is not clear or no sound is produced on a
programme Number Position.
4.5MHz
5.5MHz
6.5MHz
6.0MHz
STR
Press to store the Sound System.
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
JAPAN
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
TV/AV
Press to exit from the Tuning Menu.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
Note:
When the sound volume is too small to confirm, turn it up by using the sound volume button on the remote control.
3
Under the normal viewing condition press to enter each programme Number.
Confirm the tuning condition.
If necessary, repeat step 2 for each Programme Number.
Helpful Hint
(1) If a clear picture with correct colours cannot be obtained when a Broadcast or AV signal is received, refer to the
“Colour System Selection” operation on page 21.
(2)
After the Automatic tune is finished, under the normal viewing condition press this button to
confirm the tuning condition for each Programme Number. If some Programme Numbers are
unused (no TV stations), it is possible to skip such Programme Numbers. Please refer to the
Programme Number Skip operation on page 27.
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Tuning Channels
Manual Tune
Before Manual Tune, Channel Select and Regional System must already be set (Refer to page 19).
1
MANUAL TUNE
Press to select the MANUAL TUNE.
1
Press to access to the MANUAL TUNE.
Press to select the desired Programme
Number.
Press to select the higher or lower channel.
2
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
JAPAN
ACCESS
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
Search Start.
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CH 12
When a station is found.
RETURN
PROGRAMME - /+
SEARCH - /+
TV / AV - EXIT
‘STR’ BUTTON-STORE
MANUAL TUNE
STR
When the desired station is found, press to store.
The tuning position is memorised.
TV/AV
Press to exit from the Tuning Menu.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
2
SOUND SYS
SET UP
Press to display the SETUP MENU.
Proceed to the TUNING MENU, and then to the SOUND SYS ( refer to page 20).
3
Adjust the Sound System ( refer to page 24 step 2 to 3).
Helpful Hint
(1) If a clear picture with correct colours cannot be obtained when a Broadcast or AV signal is received, refer to the
“Colour System Selection” operation on page 21.
(2)
After the Manual tune is finished, under the normal viewing condition press this button to confirm
the tuning condition for each Programme Number. If some Programme Numbers are unused (no
TV stations), it is possible to skip such Programme Numbers. Please refer to the Programme
Number Skip operation on page 27.
(3) When using a VCR without video and audio input/output terminals, it is convenient to connect the aerial cable as
indicated in the instruction manual of VCR and to set the designated channel to programme No. “0”. In that case,
perform manual tune after setting the colour system and sound system in advance. Further, in multi-system VCR,
it is more convenient to set the designated channel to several programme Numbers.
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Tuning Channels
Fine Tuning
Under normal reception conditions this function is not required or necessary.
However, in areas of poor reception or constant interference, a slight adjustment of the tuning may improve the
picture and sound quality.
1
Press to select the FINE TUNE.
Press until the clear picture is received.
STR
2
Press to store the FINE TUNE.
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
JAPAN
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
This stores the FINE TUNE to the selected Programme Number.
TV/AV
3
Press to exit from the FINE TUNE.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
How to Cancel the Fine Tuning
Cancelling previously adjusted (manually) fine tuning, means re-activating the AFT (Automatic Fine Tuning).
Re-Activating the Automatic Fine Tuning means allowing the set to automatically tune to the optimum tuning position,
for that Programme Number.
1
2
Select the Programme Number which you’d like to return to Automatic Fine Tuning
(cancel the manual fine tuning).
SET UP
Press to display the SETUP MENU.
Proceed to the TUNING MENU (refer to page 19).
3
Press to select the MANUAL TUNE.
Press to access to MANUAL TUNE.
Press briefly to tune the best position.
4
STR
Press to store the AFT.
This stores the re-activated AFT.
5
TV/AV
Press to exit from the MANUAL TUNE.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
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TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
JAPAN
ACCESS
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
Tuning Channels
Programme Number Skip
It is possible to skip Programme Number on which no TV stations are tuned appearing on the screen. The function is
only effective when selecting Programme Numbers by pressing the Programme Number Up or Down button either on
the TV set or on the Remote control.
1
2
Under the normal viewing condition press to select the Programme
Number you’d like to skip.
SET UP
Press to display the SETUP MENU.
Proceed to the TUNING MENU (refer to page 19).
3
Press to select the SKIP.
Press to change the mode to “ON”.
4
STR
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
JAPAN
6. 0MHz
AUTO
ON
Press to store the Skip function.
TV/AV
Press to exit from the SKIP.
This returns the set to the normal viewing condition.
5
1
4
2
Repeat Step1 to 4 for each Programme Number for which the Skip function is desired.
3
How to Cancel the Skip Function
1
Press to select the SKIP.
Press to change the mode to “OFF”.
2
STR
Press to store the Skip function.
TUNING MENU
CH SELECT
SYS SELECT
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POSITION
JAPAN
6. 0MHz
AUTO
OFF
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Picture Adjustment
1
PICTURE
Press to display the Picture Menu.
2
Press to select the desired function.
Press to adjust or change the function.
3
PICTURE
MENU
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
NTSC-TINT
C. TEMP
STANDARD
STANDARD
PICTURE
P-NR
AI
SCAN MODE
AUTO
ON
AUTO
TV/AV
Press to go back to watching TV.
MENU
You can change the level of each Function (CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS,
COLOUR, SHARPNESS, NTSC-TINT) for each Picture Menu.
Picture menu mode will be memorized for each TV, AV1, AV2, AV3 and AV4
mode.
Picture Menu
DYNAMIC
STANDARD
SOFT
Function
For viewing in brighter environments.
This menu selects a higher than normal
levels of Brightness and Contrast.
For viewing in normal (evening lighting)
environments.
This menu selects the normal levels of
Brightness and Contrast.
For viewing in a dark room.
This menu selects reduced levels of
Brightness and Contrast.
CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS, COLOUR, SHARPNESS, NTSC-TINT
Increase or decrease the levels of CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS, COLOUR
and SHARPNESS options according to your personal preference.
With an NTSC-TINT signal source connected to the TV, the picture hue can
be adjusted to suit your taste.
Item
Effect
STANDARD
STANDARD
MENU
DYNAMIC
MENU
STANDARD
MENU
SOFT
PICTURE
MENU
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
NTSC-TINT
C. TEMP
STANDARD
STANDARD
Adjusts for contrast.
CONTRAST
Less
More
BRIGHTNESS
Darker
Brighter
Less
More
Less
More
Adjusts for easier viewing of dark
pictures such as night scenes and hair.
Adjusts slightly to a lighter colour.
COLOUR
Displays a sharp image.
SHARPNESS
Adjusts for proper skin colour.
NTSC-TINT
Reddish Greenish
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Function
PICTURE
MENU
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
NTSC-TINT
C. TEMP
Notes:
• When set to Multi PIP mode, the main and sub pictures
are both adjusted simultaneously.
• When the TV is receiving NTSC signals, NTSC-TINT
is displayed and level adjustment would be possible.
• Only CONTRAST will be displayed during TEXT mode.
Picture Adjustment
C. TEMP
(Colour Temperature)
Set the overall colour tone of the picture.
Press to switch between modes
STANDARD
P-NR
(Picture Noise Reduction)
WARM
COOL
STANDARD
Automatically analyses the incoming picture
and processes it to give improved contrast and
optimum depth of field.
ON
AUTO
ON
AUTO
PICTURE
P-NR
AI
SCAN MODE
AUTO
ON
AUTO
PICTURE
P-NR
AI
SCAN MODE
AUTO
ON
AUTO
OFF
Choose the screen refresh method:
Press to switch between modes
AUTO
PICTURE
P-NR
AI
SCAN MODE
STRONG
WEAK
OFF
AUTO
SCAN MODE
STANDARD
Automatically reduces undesired picture noise.
Press to switch between modes
AI
(Artificial intelligence)
PICTURE
MENU
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOUR
SHARPNESS
NTSC-TINT
C. TEMP
100 Hz MODE
PROGRESSIVE
MODE
Function
AUTO
The TV software will select the best mode for the signal being viewed.
100 Hz MODE
100Hz will give a steady picture for most signal transmission.
PROGRESSIVE Recommended when receiving NTSC signals.
100Hz/
Switching is also possible using PROGRE on the remote control.
Note:
We recommend that you set Scan mode to Progressive when viewing a PAL 60 or
NTSC transmission. When viewing a PAL transmission (other than PAL 60) with Scan
mode set to Progressive, the screen will flicker, this is not a fault.
Helpful Hint ( N Normalization)
By pressing the Normal “N” Button on the Remote Control while the Picture menu is displayed, the selected menu will
be changed to the Normal Mode.
Normalization will not occur if the menu is not displayed when the “N” Button is pressed.
The Normal mode is the factory preset condition. Returning to this original condition is called “Normalization”.
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Sound Adjustment
1
SOUND
Press to display the Sound Menu.
2
Press to select the desired function.
Press to adjust or change the function.
3
SOUND
MENU
VOLUME
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
HEADPHONE VOL.
SUB HEADPHONE
SURROUND
DYNAMIC
OFF
TV/AV
Press to go back to watching TV.
Note:
SURROUND
Some features are only available with the Surround feature switched off. Press
to switch between On and Off.
MENU
You can change the level of each Function (VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE,
BALANCE, HEADPHONE VOL, SUB HEADPHONE) for each Sound
Menu. Sound menu mode will be memorized for each TV, AV1, AV2,
AV3 and AV4 mode.
Sound Menu
Function
DYNAMIC
Amplifies the Low frequencies and outputs
optimum sound.
For music programmes for example.
STANDARD
For Normal use.
SOFT
Human voices (middle pitch sounds) will
sound more clear.
SOUND
MENU
VOLUME
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
HEADPHONE VOL.
SUB HEADPHONE
SURROUND
DYNAMIC
OFF
MENU
DYNAMIC
MENU
STANDARD
MENU
SOFT
VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE, HEADPHONE VOL., SUB HEADPHONE
Item
Effect
Function
Adjusts output volume.
VOLUME
Less
More
Less
More
Less
More
BASS
Adjusts low sounds.
Adjusts high sounds.
TREBLE
Adjusts left and right volumes.
BALANCE
Left SP. Right SP.
Adjusts Headphone volume.
HEADPHONE VOL.
Less
More
Less
More
Adjusts Sub Headphone volume.
SUB HEADPHONE
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SOUND
MENU
VOLUME
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
HEADPHONE VOL.
SUB HEADPHONE
SURROUND
DYNAMIC
OFF
Notes:
• When set to Multi PIP mode, the main and sub sound
are both adjusted simultaneously.
• When using one of the double window features, note
that the headphones will relay the soundtrack for the
programme in the main window, not the sub window.
Sound Adjustment
SURROUND MENU
SURROUND
Press to switch between ON and OFF.
SURROUND
SURROUND
ON
OFF
OR
SOUND
Press to display the Sound Menu.
Press to select the SURROUND function.
Press to switch between ON and OFF.
SOUND
MENU
VOLUME
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
HEADPHONE VOL.
SUB HEADPHONE
SURROUND
DYNAMIC
ON
The benefits of surround sound are enormous. You can be completely enveloped in sound; just as if you were at a
concert hall or cinema.
The surround effect can be obtained without the use of external surround speakers.
Helpful Hint ( N Normalization)
By pressing the Normal “N” Button on the Remote Control while the Sound menu is displayed, the selected menu will
be changed to the Normal Mode.
Normalization will not occur if the menu is not displayed when the “N” Button is pressed.
The Normal mode is the factory preset condition. Returning to this original condition is called “Normalization”.
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Aspect Controls
ASPECT
Press to select the different Aspect options.
TV/TEXT
F.P.
100Hz/
PROGRE
INDEX HOLD
CH SEARCH STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SURROUND
ASPECT
MULTI
PIP
0
4:3
AUTO
ZOOM
JUST
S-ZOOM
14:9
16:9
Notes:
ASPECT
• Simply press
to display mode information in the top left of the screen.
• 16:9 picture has been used to illustrate all of the aspect modes described in this section.
• 14:9 option is available only in Australia and New Zealand.
The on screen selector keys (corresponding to the four coloured buttons on the remote control) appear for some
Aspect functions and disappear after a few seconds. If you’d like to select an operation when the keys are not shown,
ASPECT
press
once more and the keys will reappear.
Helpful Hint ( N Normalization)
By pressing the Normal “N” Button on the Remote Control while the Aspect menu is displayed, the selected menu will
be changed to the Normal Mode.
Normalization will not occur if the menu is not displayed when the “N” Button is pressed.
The Normal mode is the factory preset condition. Returning to this original condition is called “Normalization”.
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Aspect Controls
Mode
Picture
Explanation
AUTO
4:3
JUST
4:3
16:9 Signal
JUST
4:3 Signal
This option will display a standard 4:3
picture without any stretching or
compression. There will be vertical gray
lines down either side of the picture.
4:3
This option allows you to magnify or reduce
part of the picture.
Red
V SIZE - Reduce the picture
Green V SIZE + Magnify the picture
Yellow V POS - Move picture Down
Blue
V POS + Move picture Up
ZOOM
ZOOM
V SIZE— V SIZE+ V POS— V POS+
S-Zoom displays part of the picture at a
greater magnification than the Zoom mode
does. The coloured buttons let you change
the position of the magnified area.
Move picture Left
Red
H POS Green H POS +
Move picture Right
Move picture Down
Yellow V POS Blue
V POS +
Move picture Up
S-ZOOM
S-ZOOM
H POS— H POS+ V POS— V POS+
The 16:9 option will display the picture at
its maximum size. Signals in the 4:3 format
will be stretched to fit the picture.
16 : 9
16:9 Signal
14 : 9
(Australia and
New Zealand only)
JUST
The AUTO position can be set to 4:3 or to
JUST. When a wide screen signal is
detected at the Video terminal the TV will
select the 16:9 aspect ratio.
Red
4:3
Select 4 : 3 mode
Green JUST Select JUST mode
4:3 Signal
14 : 9
V POS— V POS+
The 14:9 option will display a 4:3 signal in
simulated wide screen. The picture is
slightly stretched. It is also slightly cropped
top and bottom.
The colour buttons let you change the
position of the stretched area.
Move picture Down
Yellow V POS Blue
V POS +
Move picture Up
JUST gives you a best fit option when
showing 4:3 on wide screen. The centre of
the picture is not affected but there is some
stretching at the edges.
Note:
ASPECT operations cannot be made during progressive (Y, PB, PR) or 1080i signal input.
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Setup Adjustment
1
SET UP
Press to display the SETUP MENU.
2
Press to select the desired function.
Press to adjust or change the function.
3
SETUP MENU
TELETEXT
OFF TIMER
FLICKER REDUC.
STROBE
CH COLOUR SET
VCR / GAME
TEXT SELECT
TV/AV
FASTEXT
OFF
DYNAMIC
ON
ENGLISH
SETUP MENU
CHILD LOCK
PICTURE SHIFT
TUNING MENU
CONVERGENCE
LANGUAGE
ON
ON
ENGLISH
Press to go back to watching TV.
OFF TIMER
CH COLOUR SET
Switches the TV off within a preset time which you can
choose from between 0 to 90 minutes in 15 minutes
intervals.
OFF
90
15
30
75
VCR/GAME
45
60
FLICKER REDUCTION
Lets you control any picture movement. Set to Dynamic
to activate motion compensation, to smooth the image
and get rid of picture movement. Set to Normal to correct
minor picture movement, or if slight ghosting of figures
occurs when using the Dynamic setting. Set to Off to have
no flicker reduction at aIl, occasional broadcasts may
benefit from using this setting.
OFF
NORMAL
Colour density varying between broadcast channels can
be adjusted to three levels for each reception channel.
DYNAMIC
Reproduction of irregular signals, such as certain TV
games and rental video tapes, may be improved.
CHILD LOCK
If the Child-Lock function is set ON, picture and sound of
the TV/AV mode being viewed will disappear and a Black
screen will appear.
PICTURE SHIFT
For use as a screen saver, this function changes the entire
picture position (shift) approximately 2 mm every 15
minutes.
COLOUR SYSTEM
LANGUAGE
During AV mode, COLOUR SYSTEM is displayed. (refer
to page 21)
SETUP MENU
TELETEXT
OFF TIMER
FLICKER REDUC.
COLOUR SYS
STROBE
CH COLOUR SET
VCR / GAME
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FASTEXT
OFF
DYNAMIC
AUTO
OFF
When you first install the TV, the On Screen Display
language is set according to your choice of region.
LANGUAGE lets you change the language used for On
Screen Displays.
Multi Screen
Multi PIP
MULTI
PIP
Press
to select the current programme, the picture in picture feature, or the picture
and picture feature.
PICTURE
The on screen selector keys for the features (corresponding to the four coloured buttons
on the remote control) appear and disappear after a few seconds. If you’d like to select
MULTI
an operation when the keys are not shown, press PIP once more and the keys will reappear.
SOUND
SET UP
TV/AV
Picture in Picture (PIP)
TV/TEXT
100Hz/
PROGRE
MULTI
PIP
INDEX HOLD
F.P.
Press twice to view two pictures (sub
picture in main picture) at the same time.
CH SEARCH STILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
LOCATE
SURROUND
Red
Green Yellow
CHANGE
EXIT
Blue
0
Press the Red button:
Red
EXIT
LOCATE
ASPECT
MULTI
PIP
CHANGE
Press the Yellow button:
Yellow
Sub picture
Sub picture
Sub picture
main picture
main picture
main picture
A
LOCATE
CHANGE
EXIT
Each time the location of the sub
picture is changed.
LOCATE
CHANGE
EXIT
B
LOCATE
CHANGE
EXIT
Each time the main picture and the sub picture are swapped.
Press the Blue button to exit from the PIP mode.
Blue
Picture and Picture
MULTI
PIP
Press to view two pictures (picture and picture) at the same
time.
Press the Yellow button:
Yellow Each time the picture in the left and the picture in the right are swapped.
CHANGE
EXIT
Press the Blue button to exit from the Picture and Picture mode.
Blue
Note:
MULTI PIP operations cannot be made during progressive (Y, PB, PR) or 1080i signal input.
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Multi Screen
Picture and text
TELETEXT
TELETEXT
TV/TEXT
Press to select watching the
current programme, the teletext or
the picture and text feature.
TELETEXT mode
Picture and text mode
Note:
The remote control affects the teletext page; so select watching the current programme before making any changes
to the programme.
Still
HOLD
STILL
STILL
(
Press to freeze the picture, press again to return to watching the current programme.
)
Channel search
INDEX
CH SEARCH
(
Press to show freeze-frames of the programmes being broadcast on all of the stored
channels. These images are displayed in series clockwise around the edge of the screen,
starting from the top left.
The current programme is displayed in the centre of the screen, still playing.
CH SEARCH
)
HOLD
STILL
STILL
(
1
Press to pause the search.
Press again to cancel the pause.
)
2
3
4
5
4
Re-starts the search.
INDEX
6
Press to exit from the feature.
CH SEARCH
(
CH SEARCH
)
SELECT
OK
EXIT
Channel search
Red
Green Yellow Blue
Press to watch the current programme (displayed centre screen), exiting the feature.
Press to watch the selected channel, exiting the feature.
Press to select each channel's freeze-frame in turn.
Strobe
Lets you take a series of freeze-frame photos of a piece of action (for example:
the finish of a race).
(Access Strobe via the Setup menu, see page 34).
Takes a series of up to twelve freeze-frame images
(one second delay between each image being taken)
from the current programme watched.
EXIT
HOLD
STILL
(
STILL
)
SETUP MENU
TELETEXT
OFF TIMER
FLICKER REDUC.
STROBE
CH COLOUR SET
VCR / GAME
TEXT SELECT
FASTEXT
OFF
DYNAMIC
ACCESS
OFF
ENGLISH
Press to pause (freeze) the Strobe, press again
to continue taking the freeze-frames.
Press to exit from the Strobe feature and return to watching the current programme.
Blue
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TELE TEXT
Teletext features may vary depending on the Broadcasting Companies and are only available when the channel
selected is transmitting Teletext.
TEXT SELECT
Select character set, so that all characters needed
are available for text on teletext pages (eg: cyrillic
characters, etc).
ENGLISH
CIS
E.EUROPE
SETUP MENU
TELETEXT
OFF TIMER
FLICKER REDUC.
STROBE
CH COLOUR SET
VCR / GAME
TEXT SELECT
FASTEXT
OFF
DYNAMIC
OFF
ENGLISH
TV / Teletext mode
TV/TEXT
Press to select the current programme, the teletext and the picture or the teletext
feature.
PICTURE
Press to display the contrast function with a cyan bar.
SOUND
Press to display the volume function with a green bar.
Press to alter the setting as required.
CONTRAST
VOLUME
SET UP
Press to display special function options at the bottom of the screen.
Press to select the desired function.
Red Green Yellow Blue
LIST / FASTEXT mode
Choose 2 modes.
LIST
FASTEXT
LIST mode:
Four differently coloured page numbers are situated
at the bottom of the screen. Each of these numbers
can be altered and stored in the TV's memory.
FASTEXT mode:
Four differently coloured subjects are situated at the
bottom of the display. To access more information,
press the appropriately coloured button. This mode
enables fast access to information on the subjects
shown.
SETUP MENU
TELETEXT
OFF TIMER
FLICKER REDUC.
STROBE
CH COLOUR SET
VCR / GAME
TEXT SELECT
FASTEXT
OFF
DYNAMIC
OFF
ENGLISH
Note:
Characters will be illegible unless you select the Text Language which matches the text being received. Select the
correct LANGUAGE (Refer to page 34).
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TELE TEXT
Page Selection
(Two ways)
CH SEARCH STILL
Press to increase or decrease
the page number by one.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Enter the page number
directly using 0-9 on
the remote control.
0
FulI / Top / Bottom
SET UP
Press to display special functions.
Press the Green button to expand the Top half.
Green
Press again to expand the Bottom half.
Press again to return to normal (FULL) size.
Reveal
SET UP
+
Press to reveal hidden words e.g. quiz page answers. Press again to hide.
Red
In LIST mode the four page numbers can be altered (programme positions 1 - 25 only).
Press one of the four coloured buttons and enter the new page number.
List Store
STR
Press and hold, the page numbers will change to white indication and the page is stored.
Hold
HOLD
Press to hold the Teletext page when viewing multi-page information.
STILL
is displayed on the top left of the screen.
Press again to return to automatic page update.
Favourite Page (F.P.)
STR
+ 0
9 +
Stores a favourite page in memory for instant recall. (programme positions 1 - 25 in List
mode only).
STR
.
Press the Blue button, select the page number, then press and hold
The page number is now stored.
Blue
F.P.
Press to recall the stored page number.
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TELE TEXT
News Flash
Update
Press to view the TV picture
When a news flash page has
been selected.
Press to see the update of
information on certain pages.
Teletext page
Press to display special
functions to view the TV picture
whilst searching for a Teletext
page .
SET UP
+
P100
P100
Yellow
When found a page.
TV picture viewing
When an update is received.
Press to view the page.
Press to display the News
Flash.
Press to view the page.
Yellow
Return to normal TV operation.
N
Index
INDEX
CH SEARCH
Sub Coded Page Access
9
0
Press to return to the main index page.
Depending on the way information is transmitted, this may have to be pressed more than
once to return to the main index page.
When Teletext information exceeds more than one page, it may take some time for the
automatic changing of the sub pages to reach the sub page you require.
It is possible to enter your required sub page and continue watching the normal
programme until the correct sub page is found.
Select the required page number using buttons 0 - 9.
If the top of the page indicates that sub pages are being transmitted yet the page does
not change, then the number at the top of the page is there to indicate that the broadcaster
has updated the page's contents, there are no sub pages.
T
****
SET UP
T0006
+
Blue
Enter desired sub page number before the T∗∗∗∗ disappears. To select page 6 enter 0,
0, 0 and 6.
Viewing a normal TV programme.
Viewing the Teletext page.
Yellow
0
9
Select a new page number.
TV/AV
Press to return to normal TV operation.
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Advanced Remoto Control Operation
Stereo Bilingual Sound Selection
When you receive the stereo/bilingual sound system, sound output modes can be selected
by pressing the stereo/bilingual sound selection button.
STEREO
Audio Signal
MAIN I
SUB II
I
II
Mode Indicator
MONO
NICAM .......Used in New Zealand, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia etc.
Regular broadcast
(Standard Audio)
Type of broadcast
Mode Indicator
Regular + NICAM MONO I
(MAIN I )
NICAM STEREO
NICAM DUAL MONO
(MAIN I / SUB II )
II
I
I
No Indicator
A2(German) .......Used in Australia, Malaysia,Singapore, China.
Regular broadcast
(Standard Audio)
Type of broadcast
Mode Indicator
BILINGUAL or DUAL MONO:
MAIN I / SUB II
II
I
No Indicator
STEREO
Notes:
• If the stereo signal is poor or the receiving conditions are not optimum or if STEREO:MONO automatic switching
occurs, it is recommended you switch from STEREO to MONO.
• Even when the contents of the receiving signal undergo changes, selection mode is kept intact.
• When the receiving conditions deteriorate, listening will be easier if the mode is set to the “MONO” position, using
the stereo/bilingual sound selection button.
• “DUAL”, also known as “DUAL MONO” or as “BILINGUAL” is not currently transmitted in some countries.
VCR / LD / DVD Control
The Remote Control is capable of operating some functions of selected Panasonic VCRs, LD and DVD (Digital Versatile
Disc) equipment. Some VCR, LD and DVD equipment have different functions. So to ensure compatibility please refer
to the equipment's instruction book or consult your dealer for details.
Button
1
2
4
LD/DVD
REC-VCR
STR HELP A DISC SIDE B
6
?
1
Power Switch
2
REC (Record)
3
VCR/LD, DVD Select button
7
4
Pause/Still
5
Programme Number
Up and Down
6
7
40
LD/DVD
3
5
N
Function
VCR
A DISC
SIDE B
Programme Skip
DISC SIDE A
Selection
Still Advance
DISC SIDE B
Selection
Advanced Remoto Control Operation
Manufacturer setting
Remote Control Operation is possible for the VCR’s, LD’s and DVD’s of the various manufacturers.
After completion of setting, execute the various operations .
1
Press to select VCR or LD /DVD.
PICTURE
SOUND
SET UP
2
TV/AV
TV/TEXT
INDEX HOLD
F.P.
100Hz/
PROGRE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SURROUND
2
ASPECT
MULTI
PIP
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
CH SEARCH STILL
1
1
0
While pressing the VCR / LD / DVD Power
button, press the manufacturer code (enter the
two digit code), and press the VCR / LD / DVD
Stop button.
VCR
Manufacturer
Panasonic/
National
AIWA
FUJITSU
HITACHI
JVC
MITSUBISHI
Code
Manufacturer
NEC
10,11,12,13
ORION
15,16
PHILIPS
20
SANYO
25,26,27
SHARP
30,31,32
SONY
35,36
TOSHIBA
Code
40,41,42,43
45,46
50
55,56,57,58
60,61
65,66,67
70,71
LD
2
LD/DVD
REC-VCR
1
2
N
STR HELP A DISC SIDE B
?
Manufacturer
Panasonic
KENWOOD
PHILIPS
PIONEER
Code
Manufacturer Code
10,11,12,13 SAMSUNG 30
15,16
35
SHARP
20
40,41,42,43
SONY
25
DVD
Manufacturer Code
Panasonic 70, 71
Note:
After setting, execute operation confirmation.
If there is no operation, set a different code.
Helpful Hint
(1) The respective VCR / LD / DVD manufacturer code is cancelled when battery has been exchanged.
Please set it again.
(2) Depending on the model, operation of VCR’s, LD’s or DVD’s of the manufacturers listed above may not be
possible.
(3) In some cases, new products may not be operative.
(4) It will not operate with other than the above manufactures.
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Troubleshooting
Before you call for service, determine the symptoms and make a few simple checks as shown below.
Symptoms
Picture
Sound
Checks
Aerial Location, direction or Connections
Snowy Picture
Noisy Sound
Aerial Location, direction or Connections
Multiple Image
Normal Sound
Electrical Appliances
Cars/Motorcycles
Fluorescent Lamps
Interference
Noisy Sound
Volume (Refer to page 12, 13)
(Check whether the mute function has
been activated on the Remote Control.)
Normal Picture
No Picture
No Sound
No Sound
Not plugged into AC outlet
Not switched on
Contrast and Brightness/Volume setting
(Check by pressing the Power Switch or
Stand-by Button on the Remote Control.)
Colour Control (Refer to page 28, 29)
Colour System (Refer to page 21)
No Colour
Normal Sound
Retune Channels (Refer to page 19)
Scrambled
Coloured Patches
Normal or
Weak Sound
Normal Sound
Magnetic interference from unshielded
equipment;
TV set moved while “ON”.
Turn the TV set off for 30 minutes, using
the “Power” Switch on the TV set.
Sound Menu (Refer to page 30)
Picture Menu (Refer to page 28)
No Colour
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Noisy Sound
Specifications
TX-47P500H
TX-47P500X
Power Source
AC 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
AC 110-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption
218 W
228 W
Stand-by condition 3.0 W
Stand-by condition 3.0 W
TX-47P500H / TX-47P500X
Remote control
Transmitter
EUR511229
R6 (AA) Battery × 2
1095 mm × 1190 mm × 520 mm
Dimensions ( W × H × D )
Mass (Weight)
59 kg (Net)
Receiving System
21 Systems
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
PAL B, G, H
PAL I
PAL D, K
SECAM B, G
SECAM D, K
SECAM K1
NTSC M (NTSC 3.58/4.5 MHz)
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
NTSC 4.43/5.5 MHz
NTSC 4.43/6.0 MHz
NTSC 4.43/6.5 MHz
NTSC 3.58/5.5 MHz
NTSC 3.58/6.0 MHz
NTSC 3.58/6.5 MHz
SECAM I
Receiving Channels
Receiving Stereo
System
Tuning System
21 Systems
Reception of broadcast
transmis-sions and
Playback from Video
Cassette Tape
Recorders.
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Function
PAL 60 Hz/5.5 MHz
PAL 60 Hz/6.0 MHz
PAL 60 Hz/6.5 MHz
SECAM 60 Hz/5.5 MHz
SECAM 60 Hz/6.0 MHz
SECAM 60 Hz/6.5 MHz
NTSC 50 Hz/4.5 MHz
Playback from Special
Disc Players and
Special VCR's
Playback from Special
VCR's
Regular TV
VHF BAND
2-12 (PAL/SECAM B, K1)
0-12 (PAL B AUST.)
1-9 (PAL B N.Z)
1-12 (PAL/SECAM D)
1-12 (NTSC M Japan)
2-13 (NTSC M U.S.A)
UHF BAND
21-69 (PAL G, H, I/SECAM G,
K, K1)
28-69 (PAL B AUST.)
13-57 (PAL D, K)
13-62 (NTSC M Japan)
14-69 (NTSC M U.S.A)
CATV
S1-S20 (OSCAR)
1-125 (U.S.A CATV)
C13-C49 (JAPAN)
S21-S41 (HYPER)
Z1-Z37 (CHINA)
5A, 9A (AUST.)
NICAM I , NICAM B/G, NICAM D, A2 (German)
Frequency synthesizer Auto Search Tuning
POSITION
DIRECT
: 100 Position
: 125 Position
Audio Output
24 W [ 2-way, 4-speakers ; 12 W + 12 W ] ( 10 % THD )
Headphones
3.5 mm Plug
Aerial Impedance
75 Ω Unbalanced coaxial
Video/Audio/
Component Terminals
AV 1, 2, 3, 4
Monitor Out
S-Video In
Y:1 Vp-p, 75 Ω
C:0.3 Vp-p, 75 Ω
DVD (Y/PB/PR)
Video In
Audio In
Video Out
Audio Out
1 Vp-p, 75 Ω
Approx. 0.5 V 47 KΩ
1 Vp-p, 75 Ω
Approx. 0.5 V 1 KΩ
AV1 IN (Rear) : S-Video, Video, Audio L/R terminals
AV2 IN (Rear) : Video or Y/PB/PR, Audio L/R terminals
AV3 IN (Front) : S-Video, Video, Audio L/R terminals
AV4 IN (Rear) : Video or Y/PB/PR, Audio L/R terminals
Note: Design and Specifications are subject to change without notice. Weight and Dimensions shown are approximate.
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Customer’s Record
The model number and serial number of this product can be found on its cabinet. 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
Printed in Japan
MBS022O0(MS)
Serial Number
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Web Site : http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
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