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LV-1510P/LV-1910P
LCD TV
USER MANUAL
Please read this manual carefully
before using this TV set and keep it
for future reference.
WARNING AND CAUTION
!
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.FOR
ANY PROBLEM, REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
THERE IS A LIGHTNING ARROW SYMBOL IN THE TRIANGLE:
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT INSIDE.
IT IS DANGEROUS TO MAKE ANY KIND OF CONTACT WITH ANY
INSIDE PART OF THIS PRODUCT.
THERE IS A EXCALMATION MARK IN THE TRIANGLE: THIS
SYMBOL ALERTS YOU THAT IMPORTANT LITERATURE
CONCERNING. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE HAS BEEN
INCLUDED WITH THIS PRODUCT.
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK AND FIRE,
DO NOT PUT THE TV SET NEAR SOURCES OF HUMIDITY.
DO NOT USE ANY ABRASIVE CLEANSERS WHICH MAY
SCRATCH OR DAMAGE THE LCD SCREEN. AVOID CONTACT
WITH OBJECTS THAT MAY SCRATCH THE LCD SCREEN.
!
NOTE: SERVICING THE UNIT YOURSELF IS UNAUTHORIZED
AND COULD LEAD TO INJURY OR PRODUCT DAMAGE.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions.
8) Do not install near any hear sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purposes 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 is provided for your safety. When 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 the 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.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long
periods of time.
14) Refer all serving 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 Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
To users:
Thank you for purchasing our LCD-TV.
Before connecting the LCD-TV and turning on the power, please
read this book carefully. Please keep this book for later use.
If the unit is disabled by an electrostatic discharge, please turn off
the power to the unit and turn it back on to reset.
CONTENT
Safety Notice Items................................................................................... 1
Front Panel Controls..................................................................................2
Connection Options................................................................................... 3
Remote Control Key Functions................................................................... 4
Remote Control
.................................................................................. 5
Installing Batteries..................................................................................5
Connection Instructions............................................................................. 6
Grounding.............................................................................................. 6
External equipment Connections..............................................................6
Antenna Connection............................................................................. 6
PC Setup............................................................................................. 7
VCR Setup...........................................................................................8
Cable TV Setup.................................................................................... 9
External AV Source Setup......................................................................9
Basic Operating Instructions.......................................................................10
Turn on the LCD-TV.................................................................................10
Audio Control..........................................................................................10
Mute...................................................................................................... 10
Select the TV Channel You Want. ..............................................................11
Picture Mode...........................................................................................11
Program Scan.........................................................................................11
Sleep......................................................................................................11
Menu Operations.......................................................................................12
Picture Menu Options...............................................................................12
Picture Menu Options Continued............................................................... 13
Sound Menu Options................................................................................13
Sound Menu Options Continued................................................................ 14
Function Menu Options.............................................................................15
Function Menu Options Continued.............................................................16
Adjust Menu Options................................................................................ 16
Tuning Menu Options.............................................................................. 17
Tuning Menu Options Continued.............................................................. 18
Parental Menu Options.............................................................................18
Parental Menu Options Continued............................................................. 19-21
DVD Features..........................................................................................22
Special Function Playback....................................................................... 24
DVD System Setup...................................................................................25
Playable Discs.........................................................................................29
Disc Protection and DVD Characteristics................................................... 30
Troubleshooting Guide...............................................................................31
Specifications........................................................................................... 32
Warranty terms......................................................................................... 33
Safety Notice Items
Incorrect usage may cause fire or electric shock. To prevent this, please do as
required when you are installing, using and cleaning this machine. To insure your
safety and extend the life-span of LCD-TV, please read the following items
carefully before using:
l Please read and understand all the instructions before operation;
l Please keep this manual for later use;
l Please comply strictly with the warning instructions on the machine and
in this book;
l Please comply with the instructions provided;
l Please do not use additional devices that are not recommended by
manufacturer:
l Before operation, please make sure that the operating voltage of your unit is
correct;
l Do not place the unit on unstable, dusty and humid places;
l Never put the unit in direct sunlight or near heat sources;
l Allow enough space for proper ventilation;
l Please keep water away from the LCD-TV . If water comes in contact with the
LCD-TV, disconnect the power cord from the power source, then wipe the set
with a dry soft cloth;
l Do not remove the back cover. If service is needed, please contact an
Authorized service technician.
Front Panel Controls
2
LV-1510P
3
4
TV/AV MENU VOL-
5
VOL+
CH-
1
CH+ POWER
LV-1910P
6
7
6 7
Control Panel Function
1. Power supply switch
Selects the input signals: PC/COMPONENT/AV/SV/TV
2.TV/AV
3. MENU Press to select the main menu
4. VOL- Volume down / Left orientation to adjust the item in the OSD
VOL+ Volume up / Right orientation to adjust the item/Press to enter
5. CH- TV channel down / to select the item in the menu
CH+ TV channel up / to select the item in the menu
6. Power indicator
Illuminates red in standby mode, illuminates green when the display is
turned on
7.Remote Sensor
Receives the signals from the remote control
Connection Options
DVD
STOP PLAY/PAUSE OPEN/CLOSE
ANT IN
PC AUDIO IN
PREV
NEXT
AUDIO IN
R
L
V
VIDEO IN
DVD insert
S-VIDEO
Pr
Pb
COMPONENT IN
Y
VGA IN
The figure is just for reference, please see the real.
Disc Label
Earphone port
PC AUDIO IN
AUDIO IN
AV/S-VIDEO/
COMPONENT Audio
Input
Connect audio output
from an external device
to these jacks
R
PC Audio Input
Connect the PC output
connector from a PC to
the audio input port
ANT IN
Antenna Input
Connect cable or
antenna signals to
the TV, either directly or through your
cable box.
L
V
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO
Video Input
Connect video output
from an external
device to this jack
Pr
Pb
COMPONENT IN
Y
VGA IN
VGA Input
Connect to the VGA
15PIN analog output
connector of a PC
display card to use set
as a PC display
S-Video Input
Connect S-Video out
from an S-Video device
to the jacks.
DVD/DTV Input
Connect a component
video/audiodevice to
these jacks
Remote Control Key Functions
When using the remote control, aim it
towards the remote sensor on the TV
Buttons on the remote control
Stand By
DVD Open/close
POWER
TV/AV
TV/DVD OPEN/CLOSE
TV/AV and input selection
Scan
SCAN
RECALL
DISPLAY
MUTE
TV/DVD
Mute
1
2
5
6
9
3
4
7
8
SLEEP
CCD
0
Return to Previous Channel
Call Screen Display
Program Number
Select MONO,STEREO, SAP in NTSC system
CCD ( closed caption) On / Off
P.STD
MTS/SAP
TV Sleep button
Adjust Picture Mode
CH+
Volume/Channel Selection
VOL
-
MENU
MENU
VOL
+
EXIT
Exit On Screen Display
10+
CHSTOP
DVD 10+
DVD STOP
SETUP PAUSE/STEP SUBTITLE
DVD SUBTITLE
DVD SETUP
REV
FWD .
PREV
NEXT
REPEAT
A-B
DVD PAUSE/STEP
DVD FAST REVERSE
D.MENU
DVD FAST FORWARD
DVD MENU
PLAY/ENTER
SLOW
DVD NEXT
DVD PREVIOUS
ANGLE
TITLE/PBC SEARCH
DVD REPEAT
AUDIO
PROGRAM ZOOM
D.CALL
DVD PLAY/ENTER
DVD A-B REPEAT
UP
DVD Cursor Move button
DVD SLOW
LEFT
RIGHT
DVD ANGLE
DVD SEARCH
DVD AUDIO Mode
DVD TITLE/PBC
DVD PROGRAM
Zoom Function
DVD CALL
DOWN
Remote Control
Installing Batteries
! Remove the battery cover.
! Insert two size AA batteries matching
the +/-polarities of the battery to the +/marks inside the battery compartment.
Precautions
Make sure that there is no
obstacle between the remote
controller and television set.
Keep the remote control
away from heat sources or
humid areas to ensure
effective performance of
the remote.
As strong light may interfere with the
signals, change your position to
operate the remote control if
the television cannot be turned
on or off as expected.
Make sure that two AA 1.5V alkaline
batteries are loaded. The batteries
must be of the same type, must be
inserted properly, and must not be
rechargeable.
Connection Instructions
Grounding
Ensure that you connect the grounding / earth wire to prevent possible
electric shock. If grounding methods are not possible, have a qualified
electrician install a separate circuit breaker. Do not try to ground the
unit by connecting it to telephone wires, lightening rods, or gas pipes.
External Equipment Connections
Antenna Connection
- Antenna or Cable Service with a Cable Box Connections
- For optimum picture quality, adjust antenna direction if needed.
Multi-family Dwellings/Apartments
(Connect to wall antenna socket)
wall antenna
socket
Bronze Wire
RF coaxial wire (75 ohm)
VHF antenna
UHF antenna
Turn clockwise to tighten.
Bronze Wire
Be careful not to bend the bronze
wire when connecting the antenna.
outdoor
antenna
Single-family Dwellings /Houses
(Connect to wall jack for outdoor antenna)
To improve picture quality in a poor
signal area, purchase and install a
signal amplifier.
If the antenna needs to be split for two
TV s, install a 2-Way Signal Splitter
in the connections.
If the antenna is not installed properly,
contact your dealer for assistance.
NOTE: Cables shown are not included with the TV
Connection Instructions
PC Setup
You can use your LCD-TV as a monitor for your personal computer using a VGA
cable (not supplied).
Connection and use steps:
1.Read the user guide supplied with
your computer and ensure that it has
a VGA connector;
2.Make sure that the power of the LCD
-TV and the PC are off;
3.Connect a D type 15-pin VGA interface
cable ( not supplied ) to the VGA video
interface connector on the PC. Then
connect the other end to the VGA video
interface connector on the back of the
LCD-TV.Tighten the screws on the VGA
connectors once they are firmly
connected;
4.Turn on the power of the LCD-TV first ,
and then turn on the power of the PC;
5.Press the TV/AV button to set the video
input mode of the LCD-TV to PC-RGB;
6.Check the image on your TV. There may be noise associated with the resolution,
vertical pattern, contrast or brightness in PC mode. If noise is present, change
the PC mode to another resolution, change the refresh rate to another rate or
adjust the brightness and contrast on the menu until the picture is clear. If the
refresh rate of the PC graphic card can not be changed,change the PC graphic
card or consult the manufacturer of the PC graphic card.
Connection Instructions
VCR Setup
- To avoid picture noise (interference), leave an adequate distance between the
VCR and TV
Connection and use steps:
1.Read the user guide supplied with your AV devices and ensure that it has
Composite or S-Video connectors;
2.Make sure that the power of the LCD-TV and the AV device are off;
Connection Option 1
Set VCR output switch to 3 or 4 and then
tune TV to the same channel number.
Connection Option 2
1. Connect the audio and video cables from
the VCR's output jacks to the TV input jacks,
as shown in the figure.
When connecting the TV to VCR, match
the jack colors (Video = yellow, Audio
Left = white,and Audio Right = red).
If you connect an S-VIDEO output from
VCR to the S-VIDEO input, the picture
quality
is improved; compared to conne.
cting a regular VCR to the Video input.
2. Insert a video tape into the VCR and press
PLAY on the VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner s
manual.)
3.Turn on the power of the LCD-TV first ;
and then turn on the power of the AV
device;
4.Press the TV/AV button to set the video
input mode of the LCD-TV to S-VIDEO
mode or AV mode.
1
2
VCR
Connection Instructions
Cable TV Setup
- After subscribing to a cable TV service from a local provider you can watch cable
TV programming. The TV cannot display TV programming unless a TV tuner
device or cable TV converter box is connected to the TV.
- For further information regarding cable TV service, contact your local cable TV
service provider(s).
Connection Option 1
1. Select 3 or 4 with channel switch on cable
box.
2. Tune the TV channel to the same selected
output channel on cable box.
3. Select channels at the cable box or with
the cable box remote control.
Connection Option 2
1. Connect the audio and video cables from
the Cable Box's output jacks to the TV
input jacks, as shown in the figure.When
connecting the TV to a Cable Box, match
the jack colors
(Video = yellow, Audio Left = white, and
Audio Right = red).
2. Select the input source by using the TV/AV
button on the remote control.
3. Select your desired channel with the
remote control for cable box.
External AV Source Setup
How to connect
Connect the audio and video cables from
the external equipment's output jacks to the
TV input jacks, as shown in the figure.
When connecting the TV to external equipment, match the jack colors (Video = yellow,
Audio Left = white, and Audio Right = red).
How to use
1. Select the input source by using the TV/AV
button on the remote control.
2. Operate the corresponding external equipment. Refer to external equipment operating guide.
Basic Operating Instructions
Turn on the LCD-TV
POWER
TV/AV
TV/DVD OPEN/CLOSE
SCAN
RECALL
DISPLAY
1
2
5
6
9
MUTE
3
4
7
8
SLEEP
CCD
0
P.STD
MTS/SAP
CH+
VOL
-
MENU
VOL
+
EXIT
10+
CHSTOP
REV
SETUP PAUSE/STEP SUBTITLE
FWD .
PREV
D.MENU
REPEAT
PLAY/ENTER
ANGLE
AUDIO
When the POWER
button is pressed and the LCD-TV
is turned on, the indicator light on the front of the LCD-TV
changes from red to green. When the LCD-TV is turned off
using the power button, the LCD-TV will go into standby
mode and the indicator light turns red.
NEXT
A-B
Note:
The display of the input mode
will disappear in 3 seconds.
SLOW
TITLE/PBC SEARCH
PROGRAM ZOOM
TV
PC
COMPONENT
D.CALL
AV
SV
Switch Among Different Inputs: TV / PC / COMPONENT / AV / SV
Each time you press the TV/AV button, TV, PC, COMPONENT, AV, SV,
will appear on the screen in order.
Audio Control
1.Press the VOL+ button to increase the volume. A number will appear
on screen indicating the volume level.
2.Press the VOL- button to decrease the volume. A number will appear
on screen indicating the volume level.
30
Mute
1.Press the MUTE button to mute the sound temporarily. A mute icon
appears on the screen.
2.Press the MUTE button or VOL+/VOL- again to restore the sound.
The mute icon disappears.
Basic Operating Instructions
Select the TV Channel You Want
You can use the number keys on the remote control to directly select TV
channels.
The LCD-TV can store up to 181 channels , and you can press the keys on the
remote control or on the panel to make a selection.
Picture Mode
Press P.STD button on the remote control for menu display . For desired mode as
follows:
PERSONAL STANDARD MILD FRESH
Program Scan
Press SCAN button to scan through all the memorized TV channels. The scan
will pause for about 2 seconds on each channel .
If you want to stop the function during auto scanning, simply press the SCAN
button again .
Sleep
Press SLEEP button to set the time : SLEEP 240-SLEEP 180-SLEEP 120
-SLEEP 90-SLEEP 60-SLEEP 45-SLEEP 30-SLEEP 15-SLEEP OFF
This feature allows you to turn off the television after a pre-selected
number of minutes
Menu Operations
* In this manual, the OSD (On Screen Display) may be differ from your TV
These are examples to illustrate the TV's operation.
Press TV/AV to select the input source. The menu for each source is
different .
1. Press MENU button to display the main menu, and VOL+/VOL-to select the
main menu .
2. Press CH+/CH- to scroll through the parameters
3. Press VOL+/VOL- buttons to make changes to the parameters
4. Press the EXIT button to exit the menu
Picture Menu Options
Picture quality can be adjusted for any input separately .
The picture quality on the screen can be adjusted as follows:
1. Press MENU button and VOL+/VOL- until the following menu appears
on the screen.
PC/COMPONENT MENU
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
COLOR TEMP
COLOR
30
30
2
COOL
0
Not available in component
Not available in PC
30
Note: As the source of signal is component, the color adjustment function of this television
is only for minor adjustment to avoid distortion and to achieve the authenticity of color.
TV/AV/SV MENU
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
COLOR
HUE
50
50
2
50
50
Only available in NTSC system
Note: Symbols on top of the menu in this manual may differ from the actual set display
Menu Operations
Picture Menu Options continued
2. Press CH+/CH- button to enter the picture menu and to go up and down to
select the desired option .
3.Press VOL+/VOL- button to increase and decrease the level to adjust the
selected option to your preference .
4. Repeat step 2 and step 3 until desired picture quality has been achieved .
Function:
BRIGHTNESS :Adjust the brightness of the picture . By increasing the level, it
will lighten the dark parts of the picture and by decreasing the level it will
darken the lighter parts of the picture.
CONTRAST : Adjust the contrast of the picture . The contrast becomes higher as
the number increases.
SHARPNESS : Adjust the amount of the detail enhancement , the image
sharpness rises as the number increases (By increasing the level, it will show
cleaner and clearer images and by decreasing the level, it will make the picture
smoother).
COLOR : Press VOL+/VOL- to adjust the color
HUE : Adjust the tone of the picture . This will appear and can be adjusted only in
NTSC mode
COLOR TEMP : Press to select the color temperature from WARM/NEUTRAL/COOL .
Sound Menu Options
Sound can be adjusted for any input as follows:
1. Press MENU and VOL+/VOL- button until the following menu appears on
the screen
SOUND
VOLUME
BALANCE
BASS
TREBLE
AUDIO MODE
AVL
50
50
30
70
VOICE
OFF
Menu Operations
Sound Menu Options continued
You can adjust sound options to the levels you prefer.
2. Press CH+/CH- button to enter the audio menu and to go up and down to
select the desired option .
3.Press VOL+/VOL- button to increase and decrease the level to adjust the
selected option to your preference .
4. Repeat step 2 and step 3 until desired sound quality has been achieved ..
Function :
VOLUME : Adjust the volume of your TV
BALANCE : Adjust the balance of the audio output from left to right . When
indication value of balance increases toward +50 , sound from the left speaker
becomes weaker . When indication value of balance decreases toward -50 ,
sound from the right speaker become weaker .
BASS : Adjust the bass of the sound . Can only be adjusted under PERSONAL mode .
TREBLE : : Adjust the treble of the sound . Can only be adjusted under PERSONAL
mode .
AUDIO MODE : Press VOL+/VOL- to select among PERSONAL, VOICE, MUSIC
and THEATRE .
AVL: Automatic Volume Limit Control reduces the effect of high volumes by
limiting the same volume peaks across all channels .
Menu Operations
Function Menu Options
Menu Language Selection :
The OSD menus can be shown onscreen in the various languages. First select the
system language.
1. Press MENU button and VOL+/VOL- until the following menu appears
on the screen.
FUNCTION
INPUT SOURCE
LANGUAGE
CC MODE
BLUE SCREEN
RESET
TV
ENGLISH
ON
ON
2. Press CH+/CH- button to enter the function menu and to go up and down to
select the desired option .
3.Press VOL+/VOL- button to increase and decrease the level to adjust the
selected option to your preference .
4. Repeat step 2 and step 3 until desired settings have been achieved .
Functions:
1. INPUT SOURCE : Display current mode . There are DVD, PC, COMPONENT ,
AV , SV ,TV to display .
2. LANGUAGE : Press VOL+/VOL- to select the OSD language.
3. CC MODE :Press VOL+/VOL-buttons to select the Closed Caption options.
Closed Captioning helps the hearing impaired with the broadcast program,
as well as helping children learn how to read. A built in decoder displays the
audio portion of a program as text on the screen when this option is selected.
OFF: When OFF is displayed on TV, it means CC MODE is turned off.
CC1: When CC1 is displayed on TV means CC MODE is turned on.
CC2 to CC4: For other modes of video related broadcast information.
TT1: For program guide and other information displayed by broadcasters.
(This blocks a large portion of the picture on your screen).
TT2 to TT4 :For other modes of information displayed by broadcasters.
(This blocks a large portion of the picture on your screen).
IMPORTANT: Closed captioning availability entirely depends on broadcasters
supplying the signal. Therefore, closed captioning might not always be
available and language availability will differ by broadcast.
Menu Operations
Function Menu Options Continued
Note: Select CC1 for full translation of the primary language such as English in
your area. Select CC2 for secondary language translation such as French or
any other language that may be broadcast in your area.
4.BLUE SCREEN: Press VOL+/VOL- to select ON or OFF. To set ON, the screen
will turn blue after 3 seconds if there is no signal.
5. RESET : Press VOL+ to reset some settings to the factory default .
Adjust Menu Options
1. Press MENU and VOL+/VOL- button until the following menu appears on the
screen
ADJUST
AUTO CONFIG
PHASE
CLOCK
H POSITION
V POSITION
0
50
50
50
Note: This menu appears only in PC mode .
2. Press CH+/CH- button to enter the adjust menu and to go up and down to
select the desired option .
3.Press VOL+/VOL- button to increase and decrease the level to adjust the
selected option to your preference .
4. Repeat step 2 and step 3 until desired quality has been achieved ..
Functions:
AUTO CONFIG : Automatically adjusts picture location frequency and phase
parameters .
PHASE : Removes any horizontal distortion and clears or sharpens the displayed
characters .
CLOCK : Adjust the TFT-LCD to match the PC input source clock frequency
H-POSITION : Picture horizontal position adjust
V-POSITION : Picture vertical position adjust .
Menu Operations
Tuning Menu Options
1. Press MENU and VOL+/VOL- button until the following menu appears on the
screen
TUNING
CHANNEL
SKIP
AFC
FINE TUNE
ANTENNA
AUTO PROGRAM
1
OFF
ON
CATV
Note: This menu appears only in TV mode .
2. Press CH+/CH- button to enter the tuning menu and to go up and down to
select the desired option .
3.Press VOL+/VOL- button to increase and decrease the level to adjust the
selected option to your preference .
4.Repeat step 2 and step 3 until desired settings have been achieved .
Functions:
1. CHANNEL : Press VOL+/VOL-to go up and down to set the channel position.
The display will show the current playing channel.
Channel Coverage by
Antenna Type
VHF
UHF
CATV
Antenna:
Channel Range
2-13
14-69
1-125
2. SKIP : If you want skip a channel , press VOL+/VOL- to select ON , and this
channel will be skipped next time when you press CH+/CH- . You can press
the digit buttons to select the channel . If you want to restore the channel , select
OFF.
3. AFC : Auto frequency control. Select ON to improve image quality .
Menu Operations
Tuning Menu Options Continued
4. FINE TUNE : If the image and / or sound received is not very good , you can
press CH+/CH- to select FINE TUNE in the menu . Then , press VOL+/VOLbutton to adjust and improve the image quality. Do not use this feature unless
reception is poor.
5. ANTENNA : Press VOL+/VOL- button to select AIR (VHF and UHF) and CATV
reception preference.
6. AUTO PROGRAM : Auto search and program channels .Press the VOL+ button
to start the automatic search function operation. All channels now available
will be automatically preset in order .After the search has finished,
the first program number will display on the screen. This search automatically
adds only the active channels in your area to the TV's memory. It deletes any
channels on which there is no broadcast or a poor signal.
Note: The AUTO PROGRAM function will scan the channels on the selected
antenna input. If the TV is connected to cable, please select CATV under
' ANTENNA ' sub menu.
Parental Menu Options
1. Press the MENU and VOL+/VOL- button until the following menu appears
on the screen .
2. Press CH+/CH- button to select PASSWORD .
PARENTAL
PASSWORD
---3. Then input the password 0000. It will bring parental menu display on the
screen. You will see the ollowing menu on your screen:
PARENTAL
CHILD LOCK
OFF
MPAA
PG
PG RATING
TV-14
PG CONTENTS
--DV-CAN. ENGLISH
C8+
CAN. FRENCH
8+
CHANGE PASSWORD
Menu Operations
Parental Menu Options Continued
This function enables you to block certain TV channels in accordance to the
requirements established by the FCC.
2. Press CH+/CH- button to enter the PARENTAL menu and to go up and down to
select the desired option .
3.Press VOL+/VOL- button to go into PG RATING and MPAA
Press VOL+/VOL- button to set the CHILD LOCK ON and PARENTAL LOCK OFF.
4. Repeat step 2 and step 3 until desired quality has been achieved .
CHILD LOCK: Child Lock off means the lock function is turned off . If the
Child Lock is in "off" mode then function will not be active to accept the
Parental Guidance signal. Child Lock on means the lock function is turned on. If the
lock is in the "on" mode then it actively accepts the Parental Guidance signal.
MPAA: When MPAA rating is selected, you can select OFF/G/PG/PG-13
R/NC17/X .
PG RATING: Select the TV Rating option. You can select from OFF/TV-Y/TV-Y7/
TV-G/TV-PG/TV-14/TV-MA.
PG CONTENTS: Press to set the grade of the program . When there is this
grade of program , this program will not be display .
CAN. ENGLISH: Select this option. You could select from OFF/E/C/C8+/G/PG/
14+/18+ .
CAN. FRENCH: Select this option. You could select from OFF/E/G/8+/13+/16+/
18+ .
CHANGE PASSWORD: The "Default Password" preset by the manufacturer is
"0000" . If you want to change the preset password to your own password, just
choose any four digits that can be easily remembered and set. Once you set
password for a particular channel, that channel will be blocked.
Menu Operations
Parental Menu Options Continued
PARENTAL LOCK TECHNOLOGY:
The "P.L. Technology" allows you to use U.S. and Canadian Movies and TV
PROGRAMS Guide ratings to block certain types of TV programs and movies.
To clearly understand TV program rating codes, read the following information:
U.S. TV Program Ratings
NR:
Not Rated-this means that programs are not rated or rating does not apply.
TV-Y: For all children - these types of rated programs are designed for a very young
audience, including children from ages 2-6.
TV-Y7: Directed towards older children - this type of rated programs may include
comedic violence of mild physical, or may frighten children under the age of 7.
TV-G: General audience - these types of rated programs contains little or no
violence, no strong language, and little or no sexual dialogue and situations.
TV-PG:Parental Guidance Suggested-this type of rated programs may contain
limited violence, some suggestive sexual dialogue and situations, and rare
language.
TV-14: Parents strongly cautioned-these types of rated programs may contain sexual
content, strong language and more intense violence.
TV-MA:Mature audience only these types of rated programs may contain sexual
violence, explicit sexual content and profane language.
FV:
This type of rated programs contain Fantasy and cartoon violence.
Violence: This type of rated programs contain violence.
S:
This type of rated programs contain sex.
L:
This type of rated programs contain offensive language.
D:
This type of rated programs contain dialogue with sexual content.
Menu Operations
Parental Menu Options Continued
To understand clearly about movie rating codes, read the following list:
U.S. Movie Rating Chart
NR:
This means movie is not rated yet. It is pending government rating approval.
G:
General Audience-this type of movie rating means all ages admitted to see
the movie.
PG-13:Parents Strongly Cautioned - this type of movie rating means some material
may not be appropriate for children under13.
R:
Restricted- This type of movie rating means children under 17 of age require
to be with parent or guardian.
NC-17:This type of movie rating means no one 17 and under admitted.
X:
This type of movie rating means adults only.
To clearly understand Canadian program rating codes, read the
following list:
Canadian English Rating Chart
E: These types of programs are exempt from the rating system. Exempt
programming includes: news, sports, documentaries, talk shows, music
videos, and variety of other programs.
C: This type of programming is intended for children under age 8. There is no
offensive language, nudity or sexual content.
C8+:These types of rated programs are generally considered acceptable for children
8 years and over. There is no profanity, nudity or sexual content.
G: These types of rated programs are generally suitable for all audiences.
PG: Parental Guidance Suggested -in these types of rated programs, some material
may not be suitable for children.
14+: In these types of rated programs, some content may not be suitable for viewers
under the age of 14.Parents are strongly cautioned not to have their children
view 14+ rated programs by pre-teens and early teens.
18+: Adults Only-these types of rated programs are only for adult viewers only.
DVD Features
Basic Playback
Preparations
Press the TV/DVD button on the remote control or
the TV to enter the DVD status.
Basic playback
1. Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray,
place a disc in the disc tray. If there is no disc
placed on the disc tray in DVD mode, OPEN will
display on the screen all the times)
There is only one disc size . Place the
disc in the guide on the disc tray. If the
disc is out of the guide, it may damage the disc
and cause the DVD player to malfunction.
Do not place a disc which is unplayable in this
DVD player.
2. Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the disc tray, the
playback will automatically start.
Stop playback
1. Press STOP
button to go to stop mode, the TV
screen will show the start logo. With some discs,
such as DVD or CDs, the player can resume
playback from the point where it was stopped.
2. Press PLAY/ENTER to resume playback from the
location where the playback was stopped.
3. Press STOP twice to stop completely.
Previous and Next
During Playing, pressing the PREV
key will
restart the current chapter and skip chapters
backwards with each subsequent press until the
start of the disc is reached.
Each press of NEXT
key during playing will
skip the current chapter and play the next one.
Some discs do not start automatically. Press
PLAY/ENTER to start playback.
3. Some discs may start playback with a menu. Use
the cursor buttons on the remote control to select
menu options and press PLAY/ENTER to start. You
may also press the digit buttons to select a menu
option directly. Many DVDs will not allow this during
start-up.
Pause playback
1. Press PAUSE/STEP to pause playback (still mode).
The sound will be muted during still mode.
2. Press PLAY/ENTER to resume normal playback.
Fast forward and Fast reverse
1. Press FWD
to fast forward through the disc.
Each time the FWD
button is pressed, the
fast forward motion speed changes.
2. Press PLAY/ENTER to resume normal playback.
3. Press REV
to fast reverse through the disc.
Each time the REV
button is pressed, the
fast reverse motion speed changes.
4. Press PLAY/ENTER to resume normal playback.
Single step playback
1. When paused, press PAUSE/STEP continuous
to single step forward to the next frame in the
video.
2. Press PLAY/ENTER to resume normal playback.
DVD Features(Continued)
Advanced Playback
IMPORTANT NOTE:
ALL DESCRIBED FUNCTIONS A FOR DVD DISCS. IF YOU PLAY OTHER DISC
FORMATS THE OPERATION AND ON SCREEN DISPLAY WILL BE DIFFERENT.
CAPTION
SUBTITLE
Press " SUBTITLE ", the screen will display "SUBTITLE 01/XX XXXXX", "01" indicates the ordinal
number of this language; "XX" indicates total number
of language; "XXXXXX" indicates the language of
country. (the number of language depends on disc).
This function can select up to 32 languages displayed on screen.
REPEAT
Press " REPEAT " and Chapter repeat will be
displayed on screen, the second press will display
Title repeat, the third press will display All repeat,
the fourth press will cancel this function.
A-B
Press " A-B " to begin start-point, press again
to set an end point and complete setting. The
selected section A-B will be repeated. The third
press will cancel this function.
PROGRAM
When playing discs, press "PROGRAM" to enter
program mode. Press the digit buttons to select the
program number that you want. When finished move
the cursor to select "START" . This will start the
program playback.
SEARCH
Press "SEARCH" once to display the search
menu. Press the button again to select. Press
the program number buttons to input the item
you require. Press PLAY/ENTER to confirm.
SLOW
Press SLOW to play a disc in slow motion. Each
time the SLOW button is pressed, the slow
motion speed changes.
Press PLAY/ENTER to resume normal playback;
Note: This function dose not work for CD and MP3.
ANGLE
When enjoying sports, concert or theatre, press this TITLE/PBC
key to watch same actions in different angles. (Valid With some DVD discs pressing this key will display
the title menu. You can then use the digit buttons
for discs possessing this function. Using a disc
recorded in multi-angle you can view the scene from to select the item you prefer.
different angles,for example,front, side, whole view
and exterior scene).
AUDIO
D.MENU
Press this key to display the root menu, select
items according to your preference. (This
function will work on a DVD with a multi-layer
menu.)
D.CALL
Pressing this key will cycle through "Title Elapsed",
"Title Remain", "Chapter Elapsed", "Chapter Remain"
and "Display off ".
Press this key can change the mode of audio.
such as: Audio 1/2: AC 3 2 CH English
Audio 2/2: AC 3 5.1 CH English
Press this button to cycle between Mono Left, Mono
Right, Mix-Mono and Stereo.
Note: When press this button continuously, you must
allow a 3 second interval between selections.
Special Function Playback
JPEG DISC PLAYBACK
When a disc containing standard JPEG picture files is inserted into the player, a
navigation menu will be displayed automatically. Use the UP and DOWN cursor
buttons to select a file then press PLAY/ENTER. The slide show will commence.
Press PREVIOUS or NEXT to move between pictures. Press pause to stop on the
current picture. Press PLAY/ENTER to resume normal playing.
A JPEG disc contains JPEG (.jpg) format picture information that can be decoded
by a micro-computer software and displayed through the video output interface or on
the television screen.
This function has many applications. For example one can save files from a scanner
or digital camera in the JPEG format, record these on a CD-R disc and present them
to an audience through this player.
The JPEG format is a convienient method to store images in a small amount of
memory space, and is ideal for archiving information.
MP3 PLAYBACK
When playing an MP3 disc, a navigation menu will be displayed automatically. In the menu, use UP
or DOWN cursor buttons to choose the folder, then press PLAY/ENTER to enter the folder. Use the
UP and DOWN cursor buttons to select the file and press PLAY/ENTER. Pressing the LEFT cursor
button will take you to the previous screen/menu.
SCREEN SAVER FUNCTION
This unit employs a screen saver mode to help protect the tube during static video pictures. This can
be turned off on the GENERAL SETUP PAGE.
DVD System Setup
DVD System Setup
General Setup Process
SETUP
1.Press the SETUP button, the
General Setup Page,Preference
Page will be displayed in turn.
2.Press CH+/or b
item, then press
submenu.
PLAY/ENTER
to select, the
to enter the
..General Setup Page..
Tv Display
Angle Mark
Osd Lang
Caption
Screen Saver
.
LB 4 3:Ps
.
On 4 3:Lb
ENG 16 9
On
Off
or bu to select then
3.Press CH+/press PLAY/ENTER to confirm.
4.Press EXIT or press SETUP
repeatedly to exit the set-up
menus.
..Preference Page..
Parental
Password
Default
1 Kid Saf
2G
3 Pg
4 Pg 13
5 Pgr
6R
7 Nc17
8 Adult
General Setup Page
ASPECT RATIO DESCRIPTION
When using the DVD with the internal TV,
select 4 3/LB.
The following information applies only
when the DVD output is connected to an
external TV.
SETUP
PLAY/ENTER
..General Setup Page..
Tv Display
Angle Mark
Osd Lang
Caption
Screen Saver
.
LB 4 3:Ps
.
On 4 3:Lb
ENG 16 9
On
Off
4:3/PS (PS = Pan and Scan)
You may select if you have a normal aspect
ratio (4:3) TV, although the NORMAL/LB
(letter box) is a more common choice. In PS
mode, widescreen material will fill the screen, but at the expense of chopping
off extreme left and right edges of the original film picture. For this feature to
work, the disc must be specially coded. Such discs are uncommon.
4:3/LB (LB = Letter Box)
You may select this if you have a normal aspect ratio (4:3) TV. Widescreen
material will be shown in pure unaltered form, allowing the entire picture area
of the original film to be viewed without any side cropping. Black bars will
appear above and below the picture.
16:9
You may select this if you have a widescreen (16:9) TV. Back bars may still
appear above and below the picture even if using a widescreen TV. This is
because some film directors prefer to use ultra widescreen aspect ratios e.g.
2.35:1. This will normally be indicated on the DVD packaging.
DVD System Setup(Continued)
DVD System Setup
General Setup Page
..General Setup Page..
ANGLE MARK: Users can select a particular
camera angle .when playing a DVD which offers
multiple angles.
Tv Display
LB
Angle Mark
On
Osd Lang
ENG
Caption
On
Screen Saver Off
On
Off
This item allows you to set Angle Mark ON or OFF.
On Screen Display (OSD) Language: Users
can select on-screen display language.
..General Setup Page..
Tv Display
LB
Angle Mark
On
Osd Lang
ENG
Caption
On
Screen Saver Off
English
French
..General Setup Page..
CAPTION: This function allows you to display or
hide the caption.
SCREEN SAVER: If the screen saver is on, then
there will be an animated picture of DVD on the
screen whenever the DVD player is idle for more
than 3 minutes .
Tv Display
LB
Angle Mark
On
Osd Lang
ENG
Caption
On
Screen Saver Off
On
Off
..General Setup Page..
Tv Display
LB
Angle Mark
On
Osd Lang
ENG
Caption
On
Screen Saver Off
On
Off
DVD System Setup(Continued)
DVD System Setup
Preference Page
The Preference Page is only available when there is no disc
in the player. These settings are applied consistently to all
discs which are inserted and played.
SETUP
PLAY/ENTER
PARENTAL: The parental
control function works in
conjunction with the
different censorship classes
assigned to DVDs. These
classes help to control the
types of DVDs that the family
watches, There are up to 8
censorship classes for DVDs.
..Preference Page..
1 Kid Saf
2G
3 Pg
4 Pg 13
5 Pgr
6R
7 Nc17
8 Adult
Parental
Password
Default
Note:
1 To change this setting you must enter your password.
(Initial password is 1234)
2 When set to OFF, all discs may be viewed.
SETUP
PASSWORD CHANGE:
You can change your password by
entering 4 digits. You must confirm
the 4 digits before the new password
can be accepted.
..Preference Page..
Parental
Password
Default
PLAY/ENTER
Old Password
New Password
Confirm Pwd
NOTE:If you forget your password
or a password is accidentally set
enter 1369 as the password. This
will enable you to regain control.
Change
DVD System Setup(Continued)
DVD System Setup
SETUP
PLAY/ENTER
DEFAULT: Resets all settings
(except password and parental
lock status) for this DVD player
back to the manufacturers
original settings. Press ENTER
to perform the reset.
..Preference Page..
Parental
Password
Default
Reset
Note:
Some functions may not be available depending on the type of disc.
Playable Discs
The following discs can be played:
You cannot play discs other than those listed above.
You cannot play non-standardized discs, even if they may be labelled as above.
The performance of CD-R or CD-RW disc depends on the way the disc was burned. In a few cases,
their performance may not be consistant or may not even operate at all.
This DVD Player is designed and manufactured according to the Region Management
Information that is recorded on a DVD disc. If the Region number described on the DVD disc
does not correspond to the Region number of this DVD Player, this DVD player will not play
that disc.
This Region number of this DVD Player is .
1
Disc Protection and DVD Characteristics
Compare DVD disc with other discs:
DVD
Encode
method
LD
Digital/MPEG
Singleside
doublelayer
9.4G
Doubleside
doublelayer
17G
133
242
266
Playing Time minutes minutes minutes
484
minutes
Capacity
Disc diameter
Singleside
singlelayer
4.7G
Double
-side
single
-layer
8.5G
Analog
12cm
Horizontal
resolution
More than 500 line
Picture
proportion
Multiple kinds
Subtitle
Language
Sound quality
32 kinds
8 kinds
48KHz, 96KHz/
6, 20, 24bit
Single-side
60 minutes
double-side
120 minutes
30cm/20cm
SVCD
VCD
Digital
Digital/
MPEG I
650MB
650MB
45 minutes 74 minutes
12cm
12cm
CD
Digital
650MB
74 minutes
12cm
No more than No more than No more than
430 line
350 line
250 line
One kind
16 kinds
at most
One kind
One kind
4 kinds
4 kinds
at most
4 kinds
at most
2 kinds
2 kinds
44.1KHz/
16bit
44.1KHz/
16bit
44.1KHz/
16bit
44.1KHz/
16bit
Troubleshooting Guide
To assist in location possible faults use help guide below.
Troubleshooting
No picture, no sound
Verify if the television is properly plugged in.
Verify if the television is properly supplied with power.
Verify that electricity is available.
Blank screen
Verify if correct signals are input.
Press TV/AV button to change signal input to TV input.
Restart the television of power supply is interrupted.
No sound
Press MUTE button and verify if Mute mode is on.
Switch to another channel and verify if the same problem
happens.
Press VOL+ button to see if the problem can be solved.
Poor sound
Verify if sound system is functional. Refer to chapter on
adjusting.
No picture in some
channel
Verify if correct channel is selected.
Adjust the antenna.
Make adjustments by FINE TUNE
Verify if the same problem exists in other channels.
No color for some channel Check picture and sound systems.
program (black and white) Refer to relative instructions in the Manual for color
adjust.
Spots with some or
all pictures
Abnormal functioning
Verify if the antenna is correctly connected.
Verify if the antenna is in good condition.
Make fine adjustment of channel.
Disconnect the television from power supply and, 10
seconds later, reconnect to the power supply.
If the problem still exists, contact an authorized
service depot for technical assistance.
Note:
1.If the fault can not be repaired using the above guide consult with your local authorized
service center.
2.The TV set must only be repaired by a qualified registered service person. Never attempt to
remove the back cover as the TV set has dangerous voltages levels inside that may be
fatal or cause fire.
Specifications
Specifications of the television that you have just purchased may
vary from the information in this table due to technical innovations.
Model
LV-1510P
Picture, sound
system
NTSC-M
Audio output
External input port
1.5W+1.5W
AV input PC input S-VIDEO input PC audio input
Headphone output YPbPr input Antenna input
~120V 60Hz
Power requirements
Power consumption
Temperature
Accessories
LV-1910P
60W
80W
Working:+5
~+35
Storage:-10
~+45
Remote control
Batteries
User manual
Warranty card
NOTE
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Dimensions quoted in this manual are approximate.
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