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Philips Flat TV 23PF5320/79 Quick start guide
English
Quick Use and Hookup Guide
CONTENTS
IMPORTANT
VCR, DVD PLAYER, OR OTHER DEVICES
RCA CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . 7
DVD PLAYER OR OTHER VIDEO DEVICES
WITH COMPONENT VIDEO
CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
DIGITAL TV RECEIVER, OR A DIGITAL
SATELLITE RECEIVER WITH HD (HIGH
DEFINITION) OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
PC (MONITOR) CONNECTIONS . . . . . 8
DIGITAL SATELLITE RECEIVER WITH DVI
CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
AV OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
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NOTE: This quick setup guide is used with several
different LCD TV models. Not all features (and drawings)
discussed in this manual will necessarily match those
found with your LCD TV set. This is normal and does not
require that you contact your dealer or request service.
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INSTALLING LCD TV ON THE WALL . . 1
TV CHANNEL INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . 2
PRESENTATION OF THE LCD TV.. . . . . 2
ACCESSORIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
BATTERY INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION . . . . . . 3
ANTENNA TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
BASIC CABLE TV CONNECTION . . . . . . . . 4
TUNER MODE CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . 5
AUTO PROGRAM (SETTING UP
CHANNELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
CABLE BOX (WITH RF IN /OUTPUTS) . . 6
CABLE BOX (WITH AUDIO /VIDEO
OUTPUTS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
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Chinese
Quick Use and Hookup Guide
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR EXCESSIVE.
INSTALLING LCD TV ON THE WALL
Before you can install your LCD TV on the wall, you must first remove the base using the steps below:
1
Place the set facing down on a flat surface with
a protective sheet or cloth beneath the TV.
2
Remove 3 screws from base.
Grasp the base and pull it out.
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2
The 4 hole on the rear side of your LCD TV comply
with Vesa standard.
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100x100mm
When installing the LCD TV on the wall, please consult
a professional technician for proper installing.
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The manufacture accepts no liability for installations not
performed by professional technician.
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HANNEL INSTALLATION
Quick Use and Hookup Guide
Immediately after unpacking and plugging in your new television, run the auto program function
to set up the TV for the broadcast or cable channels available in your area. If you do not run the
auto program function to set up the channels , your television may not operate properly.
Please follow these steps to install TV channels:
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2
3
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5
MAIN CONTROLS
Select a TV source via AV+ button on your remote control.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT button to confirm.
1
Press MENU button on your remote control to open the onscreen menu.
2
PICTURE
AUDIO
FEATURES
INSTALL
Press CURSOR DOWN to move to INSTALL, press CURSOR RIGHT on your
remote control to enter INSTALL.
INSTALL
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3
5
Press CURSOR DOWN to move to AUTO PROGRAM.
Press CURSOR RIGHT to start auto install the TV Channels.
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4
LANGUAGE
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUAL STORE
CHANNEL SETTING
FACTORY RESET
PLEASE WAIT
PROG.FOUND
FREQUENCY
PRESENTATION OF THE LCD TV
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3
4
Television Keys
• VOLUME + / - : To adjust sound level.
• CHANNEL + / - : To select programs.
• MENU : To access or close onscreen
menu.
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Vo l u m e
+
Menu
-
Channel
+
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3
Power button, LED light and infrared
sensor
•
: To switch the TV on or off.
• Aim remote control at infrared sensors
to activate TV controls.
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4
Rear connectors
Remove the cable cover to access the
connectors at the rear of the LCD TV.
Bottom connectors
Located at the bottom of the set.
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START?
AUTO STORE
For more detailed explanation of AUTO PROGRAM, please refer to
AUTO PROGRAM section on page 5.
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LANGUAGE
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUAL STORE
CHANNEL SETTING
FACTORY RESET
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ACCESSORIES
When you unpack this unit, make sure it includes the
following:
BATTERY INSTALLATION
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2
Remove the battery compartment lid on
the bottom of the remote control.
Place lithium cell in the remote control.
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REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
Power button
Press to turn the LCD TV on or off.
Sleep button
Press to set the LCD TV to turn itself off within a
certain time.
I-II button / Sound mode
Press repeatedly to select Mono,
Stereo, Dual I, Dual II, Nicam Mono, Nicam Stereo,
Nicam Dual I, Nicam Dual II.
AV button
Press to select the video input source: PC, DVI, TV,
AV1, AV2, S-Video, Component, HD.
Incredible Surround buttonAdds greater depth and dimension to TV sound.
Select from Incredible Surround or OFF.
Teletext keys
Unused key
Teletext
Menu button
Press to activate onscreen menu, back to previous level
inside the onscreen menu, or press to exit the onscreen
menu.
Mute button
Press to eliminate or restore the LCD TV sound. Mute will
appear on the screen when the sound is muted.
Picture Format button
Press the FORMAT button
repeatedly to toggle among the six screen format sizes;
WIDESCREEN, 4:3, ZOOM 14:9, ZOOM 16:9,
SUBTITLE ZOOM or SUPERWIDE.
Channel button
Press to adjust the channel up or down.
Smart Sound button
Press repeatedly to select among the 4 settings; Personal,
Voice, Music, or Theatre.
Cursor Buttons
(Left, Right, Up, Down)Press these buttons to highlight, select, and adjust items
on the TV’s on screen menu.
Smart Picture button
Press repeatedly to select either
Personal, Rich, Natural, Soft, or
Multimedia picture setting.
Volume button
Press to increase or decrease the sound level.
P P button
Press to go to previously selected channel.
Number buttons
Press the number buttons for direct access to the TV
channels. For a 2 digit channel, enter the 2nd digit after
enter 1st digit.
Information ButtonPress to see the current channel number on the TV
screen.
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ANTENNA TV
A combination antenna receives normal broadcast channels (VHF 2–13 and UHF 14–69). Your connection is easy because there is only
one 75 Ω (ohm) antenna jack on the side of your TV, and that’s where the antenna goes.
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2
3
4
If your antenna has a round cable (75 ohm) on the end, then
you’re ready to connect it to the LCD TV. If your antenna
has flat, twin-lead wire (300 ohm), you first need to attach
the antenna wires to the screws on a 300- to 75-ohm
adapter(not supplied).
Twin-lead wire
to 300-75Ω adpter
Outdoor or Indoor Antenna
(Combination VHF/UHF)
2
Connect the antenna (or adapter) to one end of the
supplied L-Adapter as shown, and connect the other end of
the L-Adapter to the TV jack on the side of the LCD TV.
or
1
Antenna
with 75Ω
cable
Plug the power cable into AC inlet on LCD TV set. Plug the
power cable into an outlet and switch TV set on.
3
Run the AUTO PROGRAM function to set up the TV for the
broadcast or cable channels available in your area. If you do
not run the auto program function to set up the channels ,
your television may not operate properly.
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HELPFUL HINT
• Remember, an antenna or cable TV signal must first be connected to
your LCD TV.
• Please make sure that you have selected the TV mode with AV+ key
on your remote control, before installing TV channels.
BASIC CABLE TV CONNECTION
Your Cable TV input into your home may be a single (75 ohm) cable or use a cable box decoder. In either case the connection is very
simple. Follow the steps below to connect your cable signal to your new television.
Direct cable connections:
1
2
3
Connect the Cable TV signal to one end of the supplied
L-Adapter as shown, and connect the other end of the
adapter to the TV jack on the LCD TV.
2
Plug the power cable into AC inlet on LCD TV set. Plug the
power cable into an outlet and switch TV set on.
1
Rear Jack panel of Television
Run the AUTO PROGRAM function to set up the TV for the
broadcast or cable channels available in your area. If you do
not run the auto program function to set up the channels ,
your television may not operate properly.
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HELPFUL HINT
• Remember, an antenna or cable TV signal must first be connected to
your LCD TV.
• Please make sure that you have selected the TV mode with AV+ key
on your remote control, before installing TV channels.
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The Cable TV singal
from Cable Company
75Ω coaxial cable
AUTO PROGRAM (SETTING UP CHANNELS)
Your LCD TV can automatically set itself for local area (or cable TV) channels. This makes it easy for you to select only the TV stations in
your area by pressing the P(+) or P(-) button.
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2
3
4
5
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MAIN CONTROLS
Press the MENU button on the remote control to show the
onscreen menu.
PICTURE
AUDIO
FEATURES
INSTALL
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Press the CURSOR DOWN button to
highlight the INSTALL menu.
LANGUAGE
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUAL STORE
CHANNEL SETTING
FACTORY RESET
Press the CURSOR RIGHT button
to enter the INSTALL menu.
Press the CURSOR DOWN button to
highlight the AUTO PROGRAM control.
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Press the CURSOR RIGHT button to start the AUTO PROGRAM scanning
of channels.
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AUTO PROGRAM
MANUAL STORE
CHANNEL SETTING
FACTORY RESET
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Press the MENU button repeatedly to clear the menu from the screen, after
AUTO STORE has finished.
HELPFUL HINT
START?
AUTO STORE
PLEASE WAIT
PROG.FOUND
FREQUENCY
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• Immediately after unpacking and plugging in your new television, run the auto
program function to set up the TV for the broadcast or cable channels available in
your area. If you do not run the auto program function to set up the channels ,
your television may not operate properly.
• After you’ve run Auto Program, check out the results. Press the P(+) or the P(-)
button and see which channels you can select.
• Remember, an antenna or cable TV signal must first be connected to your LCD TV.
MANUAL STORE OF TV CHANNEL
You can also choose to tune your TV channels. Manual tuning allows you to store each programme manually.
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2
3
4
5
6
Press the MENU button on the remote
control to show the onscreen menu.
MAIN CONTROLS
PICTURE
AUDIO
FEATURES
INSTALL
Press the CURSOR DOWN button to
highlight the INSTALL menu, then press
CURSOR RIGHT to enter.
Select the MANUAL STORE, then press the CURSOR RIGHT button to
activate auto search channel frequence or press
number button to show your desired
channel frequence.
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5
If the channel reception is not satisfactory, press CURSOR DOWN button
to highlight the FINETUNE, then press CURSOR RIGHT/LEFT to adjust.
Note: If the channel reception is satisfactory, please go to step 7.
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Press the MENU button repeatedly to clear the menu from the
screen.
MANUAL STORE
PROG NO.
FINETUNE
STORE
MANUAL STORE
MANUAL STORE
PROG NO.
FINETUNE
STORE
XXX.XX MHZ
START ?
MANUAL STORE
Press the number button or CURSOR RIGHT/LEFT to give the channel
number.
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INSTALL
LANGUAGE
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUAL STORE
CHANNEL SETTING
FACTORY RESET
1
8
After the channel frequence confirmed, select
PROGRAM NO. by pressing CURSOR DOWN.
Press CURSOR DOWN to highlight STORE function. Press CURSOR
RIGHT to confirm stored.
LANGUAGE
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUAL STORE
CHANNEL SETTING
FACTORY RESET
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3
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5
MANUAL STORE
PROG NO.
FINETUNE
STORE
2
MANUAL STORE
MANUAL STORE
PROG NO.
FINETUNE
STORE
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MANUAL STORE
MANUAL STORE
PROG NO.
FINETUNE
STORE
STORE ?
CABLE BOX (WITH RF IN / OUTPUTS):
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2
3
4
5
Connect the Cable TV signal to the IN jack (or RF IN or CABLE
IN) on the Cable Box.
4
Connect an RF coaxial cable (not supplied) to the OUT jack (or
TO TV or RF OUT) of the Cable Box.
3
Connect the other end of the coaxial cable to one end of the
supplied L-Adapter as shown, and connect the other end of the
adapter to the TV jack on the LCD TV.
Plug the power cable into AC inlet on LCD TV set. Plug the
power cable into an outlet and switch TV set on.
Set the Channel 3/4 (or Output channel) switch of the Cable Box
to 3 or 4. Set the TV to the same channel. When watching TV
programming, change channels at the Cable Box, not the LCD TV.
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Cable Company
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2
75Ω coaxial cable
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HELPFUL HINT
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CABLE
IN
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5
TO
TV
• Immediately after unpacking and plugging in your new television,
run the auto program function to set up the TV for the broadcast
or cable channels available in your area. If you do not run the auto
program function to set up the channels , your television may not
operate properly.
• Please make sure that you have selected the TV mode with AV+ key
on your remote control, before installing TV channels.
Cable Box
CABLE BOX (WITH AUDIO / VIDEO OUTPUTS):
This connection will supply stereo sound to the LCD TV.
1
2
3
4
Connect the Cable TV signal to the IN jack (or RF IN or CABLE
IN) on the Cable Box.
3
4
Using an RCA-type video cable (not supplied) connect one end of
the video cable to the Video Out jack of the Cable Box. Connect
the other end of the cable to the yellow VIDEO jack on the side
of the TV. Video cables are usually marked with yellow and are
available from Philips or electronics retailers. Video jacks on most
equipment are yellow.
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Using RCA-type, stereo audio cables (not supplied), connect one
end of the cables to the left and right Audio Out jacks of the Cable
Box. Connect the other end of that cable to the Audio jack on the
side of the LCD TV. Audio cables are usually marked with red and
white and are available from Philips or electronics retailers. The
right audio jack is red and the left audio jack is white. Match the
cable colors to the jack colors.
1
2
Cable TV singal
OUTPUT
CH
3
CABLE
IN
Plug the power cable into AC inlet on LCD TV set. Plug the power
cable into an outlet and switch TV set on.
TO
TV
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L
AUDIO
OUT
Cable Box
Note: Use the AV+ button on the remote control to tune to the AV
channel for the cable box signal. Once tuned, change channels at the cable
box, not the television.
When you watch programs using VCR, it’s recommended to select Soft
Mode via Smart picture.
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VIDEO
OUT
S VIDEO
VCR, DVD PLAYER, OR OTHER DEVICES WITH RCA CONNECTORS
The AV IN jacks on the rear of the LCD TV enable quick
connections of other equipment. Connect a DVD player, VCR
Video Game, Camcorder, etc., to these jacks. To view the
material playing on the other equipment, set the LCD TV to its
AV mode.
1
Using an RCA-type Video and Audio cable (usually marked yellow, red,
and white), connect the VCR’s Video and Audio Out jacks to the TV’s
Video and Audio In jacks.
2
3
Plug the power cable into AC inlet on LCD TV set. Plug the power
cable into an outlet and switch TV set on.
2
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3
Use AV+ button on the remote control to select AV1 (or AV2,
S-Video, if you use the different jacks for this hookup) to watch VCR.
Note:
1. If your VCR equipped with a S-Video Out jack, uses S-Video
connection for better picture detail and clarity. Use the S-Video cable
to connect the VCR’s S-Video Out jacks to the TV’s S-Video In jacks.
2. You can also use the Video and Audio jacks in AV/S-VIDEO (AV1) and
COMPONENT SD/AV (AV2) located on the rear of the TV to
connect your VCR or other Video Devices.
3. If your DVD Player is equipped with Component (Y, Pb, Pr) Output
Jacks, please refer to “Connecting a DVD Player or other Video
Equipments with Component Video Connectors” section for use
of Component Video Connection for highest color and picture
resolution in video playback.
4. When you watch programs using VCR, it’s recommended to select
Soft Mode via Smart picture.
AV Player with A/V connectors
DVD PLAYER OR OTHER VIDEO DEVICES
WITH COMPONENT VIDEO CONNECTORS
Component Video Input (Y, Pb, Pr) provide the highest possible
color and picture resolution in the playback of digital signal source
material, such as with DVD player.
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2
3
4
Using a Component Video cable (not supplied), connect the DVD
player’s Y, Pb, Pr jacks to the Y, Pb, Pr jacks on the TV. Use the
COMPONENT SD/AV (AV2) connections.
Note: The Component (Y, Pb, Pr) Video Input in COMPONENT
SD/AV (AV2) connections can display SD (480i/576i) image only. If your
DVD player can output Progressive scan or HD (High Definition) image,
please refer to “Digital TV Receiver, or a Digital Satellite Receiver with
HD (High Definition) Output” in next section.
3
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1
Using an AUDIO cable, connect the DVD player’s AUDIO OUT
jacks to the TV’s AUDIO IN jacks in COMPONENT SD/AV (AV2)
connections.
Plug the power cable into AC inlet on LCD TV set. Plug the power
cable into an outlet and switch TV set on.
Use AV+ button on the remote control to select COMPONENT to
watch DVD.
Note: The Y, Pb, Pr jacks do not provide audio, so audio cables
must be connected to provide sound.
Accessory device equipped with
component video outputs
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2
DIGITAL TV RECEIVER, OR A DIGITAL SATELLITE
RECEIVER WITH HD (HIGH DEFINITION) OUTPUT
A Digital TV Receiver or a Digital Satellite Receiver is able to
produces HD (High Definition) video signal with 480p, 576p, 720p,
and 1080i formats. A Component (Y Pb, Pr) Connection is required
for this kind of setup. Note: This setup also support 480i/576i.
1
2
3
4
3
Using a Component Video cable, connect the Digital TV Receiver’s
Y, Pb, Pr jacks to the Y, Pb, Pr jacks on the TV. Use the HD IN
connections.
Note: Component Video (Y, Pb, Pr) connections in HD IN connections
is necessary to view 480p, 576p, 720p, and 1080i formats. Note that
the Component Video Input in Side Connections can only support
480i /576i format.
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Using an Audio cable, connect the Digital TV Receiver’s AUDIO OUT
jacks to the TV’s AUDIO IN jacks in HD IN connections.
Plug the power cable into AC inlet on LCD TV set. Plug the power
cable into an outlet and switch TV set on.
2
4
1
Use AV+ button on the remote control to select HD to watch DVD.
Note: The Y, Pb, Pr jacks do not provide audio, so audio cables
must be connected to provide sound.
Digital Satellite Receiver with HD output
PC (MONITOR) CONNECTIONS:
This LCD TV can be used as a PC monitor. Your computer will
have to equipped with a VGA type video output and VGA cable.
1
2
3
4
Using a VGA cable (not supplied), connect PC’s VGA OUT connector
to the VGA connector on the TV. Use the PC IN connections.
Using a MINI-JACK type AUDIO cable (not supplied), connect the
PC’s AUDIO OUT connector to the AUDIO connector on the TV.
Use the PC IN connections.
3
Plug the power cable into AC inlet on LCD TV set. Plug the power
cable into an outlet and switch TV set on.
Use AV+ button on the remote control to select PC to use your LCD
TV as a PC monitor.
Note: Please refer to “Setting Up the PC Mode” section for all the
supported PC display modes. If possible, use the 1280 x 720@60Hz
video mode to obtain the best PC image quality.
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Computer
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4
DIGITAL SATELLITE RECEIVER WITH DVI CONNECTOR
Your LCD TV offers Digital Video Interface
(DVI) with High Definition Copy Protection
(HDCP) connections. This feature allows a
digital connection between set-top boxes and
the LCD TV, creating a more vibrant image.
DVI HDCP technology allows content providers the ability to utilize the full bandwidth of
high definition signals.
2
Disconnect all power sources before making any
connections.
1
Connect the digital DVI output of your HD
device (e.g. DVD player, Set Top Box..) to the DVI
connector of the DVI IN connection.
2
Connect the AUDIO cable (if audio is present) to
the Audio outputs of your HD device and to the
AUDIO R (right) and L (left) inputs of the DVI IN
connection.
3
Use AV+ button on the remote control to select
DVI to watch the programs.
3
1
Note:
1. Proper working is only guaranteed with DVI compliant consumer
products.
2. Digital devices from different manufactures have the possibility
of differing output standards which may cause difficulties for the
television to properly display.
3. It is not recommended to connect your PC to LCD TV via DVI
connection, since the LCD TV may not support the PC display
mode you are using.
(1080i/720p/480p)
Digital Satellite Receiver with DVI connector
DVI is a specific digital input allowing encrypted transmission of
uncompressed HD content. DVI includes HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital
Content Protection), which is supported by Hollywood, satellite providers,
and most of the consumer electronics industry. DVI is gaining monumentum
and quickly becoming an industry standard for the consumer to view high
definition material while keeping content protected.
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AV OUTPUT
T he AV (Audio/Video) out jacks are great for
recording with a VCR or used to connect an
external audio system for better audio.
Disconnect all power sources before
making any connections.
1
For VCR Connection/Recorder:
1
2
3
2
Connect one end of the yellow Video Cable to the
VIDEO jack of AV OUT connection. Connect the
other end to the VIDEO IN jack on the VCR.
Connect one end of the red and white Audio
Cable from the L and R AUDIO jack of AV OUT
connection to the AUDIO IN jack on the VCR.
VCR
Turn the VCR on, insert a blank VHS tape and it’s
ready to record what’s being viewed on the TV
screen.
Note: The Program recording is only possible when
the input signal is TV, AV1, AV2.
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