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710

series

User’s manual

Please read this manual carefully before operating your TV set and retain it for further reference.

Model Number: HL55XT710PZLN3D

Part Number:

Http://www.hisense.com.au

Ver 2012-02-24

HISENSE WARRANTY

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1. HISENSE Australia will provide parts and labour to you the Customer as set out herein.

2. Nothing in the warranty, limits any rights you may have under the trade practices act or any other Commonwealth or State Legislation. Such rights cannot be changed by the conditions in this warranty. Subject to the conditions below this appliance is warranted by Hisense and/or its Agents to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 36 months and 12 months on Remote & 3D glasses from the date of purchase (the

“Warranty period”)

3. This warranty: - a. covers products purchased as NEW, manufactured for use in Mainland

Australia and Tasmania; b. commences from the date of purchase as listed on the Customers invoice; c. provides for the labour and replacement parts necessary to maintain your product in good operating condition as specified in this warranty however, if repair is needed because of product failure during normal usage,

Hisense has the option to repair or replace the defective product or part of the product with a product or part of the product of like kind and quality and a replacement part may be new or reconditioned of like kind and quality and may cost less than the original product purchased and no charges or refunds will be made based on the replacement product cost difference; d. applies only to the original purchaser and cannot be transferred; e. Covers product for commercial purposes for a period of 90 days

EG signage and/or advertising usage.

4. Product Identification a. Hisense reserves the right to reject claims for any services or work where the Customer requesting such work or services from Hisense and/or its agents cannot produce for verification the serial number and the proof of purchase as per original purchase invoice. b. The warranty will be voided if any Serial Number sticker provided to be placed on the equipment is damaged, modified or removed. c. In the event that a request for repair is made against a warranty where the Serial Number sticker is not attached to the product or the customer cannot produce for verification the original invoice, the repairer will not affect any repairs on the product and the Customer will be charged a service call-out fee.

5. What is covered by this warranty a. The equipment is covered for faulty workmanship on parts that have failed under normal use which are contained within the product. b. Hisense and/or its Agents will decide if there are any defects in the material and/or workmanship c. This warranty is only applicable for repairs on declared equipment carried out within Mainland Australia and Tasmania

6. What is not Covered by this warranty (excluded):- a. any damage or failure: i. of equipment due to the product being inadequately serviced to manufacturer’s recommendations; ii. resulting from environmental conditions including and not limited to dirt, dust, rodents, insects, rust, corrosion, salt built-up, of any part of the product including its parts; or iii. resulting from excessive use “fair wear and tear”; iv. resulting from poor installation including and not limited to positioning and externally fitted equipment such as plumbing and drainage, cabling, antennae or due to Incompatibility of connected equipment; v. to the product caused by overheating as a result of siting or positioning of the equipment, where there is not provision for adequate ventilation or a dust free environment; vi. caused if your appliance has been dismantled, repaired or serviced by any person other than someone authorised by Hisense; vii. to a product or components, caused by power surges or spikes, including and not limited to, mains power and telecommunications connections, or to other unspecified sources, incorrect power current, voltage fluctuation, amperage fluctuation, rust or corrosion; viii. due to a dropped product; collision with another object, use of which is not designed, negligence, accident or deliberate misuse, theft, abuse, vandalism, flood, fire, earthquake, electrical storms or any other act of God or any war related events; b. costs of attendance and testing where no mechanical or electrical failure is identified; c. initial setup and installation of the product;

2 d. Normal maintenance costs and costs incurred through the installation of items listed as requiring periodic replacement; e. products with removed or altered serial numbers; f. consumables such as but not limited to bulbs/globes, batteries, remote controls; g. removal and reinstallation of an internal component not performed by a factory authorised service centre; h. cosmetic or structural items including shelves and doors; i. Any failures due to the interference from or to other products and/or sources; j. Inability of the product to read or output damaged or copied media;

7. The Warranty Ceases if: - a. The product ceases to carry the original manufacturer’s serial number or is sold at an auction; b. The product is rented; c. Damage to the product has occurred as listed in point 6b. d. Failure to pay monies owing on invoices as a result of non warranty work been carried out at the request of the end user as per point 15.

8. Neither Hisense nor its representatives provide loan equipment under the terms of this warranty.

9. Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the

Australian Consumer Laws. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.

10. Any unauthorised access to the internal hardware of the product will void this warranty.

11. Replacement items are “Like for like” and is not “new for old” and does not indicate in any way that a faulty product will be replaced with a new part or unit. “Like for like” may either be a quality checked (QC) refurbished or reconditioned unit of the same or later batch of model/size

/specifications.

12. If you reside outside of the service coverage area of your nearest authorised service agent, this warranty does not cover the costs of transportation or travel expenses to and from your home.

13. Hisense accepts no liability for items that are lost, damaged, or stolen as a result of freight, transport or storage. If you are required to transport the appliance to an authorised service centre, you must ensure that it is securely packed and insured.

14. On Public Holidays or other periods when regular business and wholesale operations are temporarily ceased, repairer availability and warranty response times may extend beyond the standard response times due to the availability of repairers and parts.

15. Special Conditions relating to Plasma TV’s, LCD TV’s, Panels, Projection

Television and Projections Equipment a. All LCD and Plasma Panels exhibit some bright, dark or partially lit pixels, a normal limitation of these technologies, and the manufacturing processes involved and are usually not noticeable when viewing normal screen images and defective pixels are not a warranty issue unless they exceed the manufacturer’s specifications for pixel defects. Where there are no manufacturer specifications, Hisense covers the screen provided for 12 or more pixels that are failing to display b. Image retention or burn-in can be a problem for all phosphor based displays. In extreme cases, permanent phosphor burn can occur if still/repetitive images are left on the screen for extended periods of time. Such damage to the screen is not covered by the warranty.

Please ensure that the precautions in any documentation supplied with your product are followed in order to avoid permanent damage to your display. c. Where a product is positioned higher than 1.2m from the lowest mount point, is wall/ceiling mounted or where aftermarket mounts and/or stands are used, or where the unit has not been installed by a professional installer, an extra service charge will apply to unfix and refix this product.

16. Any repair performed on a product under the warranty where no fault can be found, or the item is deemed by Hisense, or an authorised Hisense agent, to be not faulty under this warranty, or the repair or fault is not covered under the warranty, a No Fault Found fee is payable by the warranty holder of a minimum of $125 inc GST.

17. Any repairs or services required that are outside of the terms and conditions of the warranty can be carried out at the request of the customer or due to site attendance were fault is not covered under warranty as the product not been installed or setup correctly; a credit card may be required prior to the commencement of such services.

WARRANTY CLAIMS PROCEDURE

Please retain this portion for your records

36 MONTHS IN HOME REPLACEMENT WARRANTY*

Hisense Australia will provide its nearest service centre for repairs under warranty. You will need to ensure that you have already called Hisense Warranty Centre and received a JOB NUMBER.

*Non Combination Models only

12 MONTHS IN HOME REPLACEMENT LCD WARRANTY*

Hisense Australia will provide its nearest service centre for repairs or replacement under warranty. You will need to ensure that you have already called

Hisense Warranty Centre and have received a JOB NUMBER.

* Excludes DVD Drive related faults which Hisense Australia provides a separate service stated below

12 MONTHS COURIER HOTSWAP DVD DRIVE WARRANTY*

Hisense Australia will provide a replacement removable DVD Drive, should you be experiencing DVD related faults, via courier which can easily be replaced by following the instructions for replacement within this manual.

*The faulty DVD drive must be returned to Hisense Australia or you may be liable for the cost of the part and freight

Before making a claim, please make sure that you understand the terms and conditions of the warranty

Check and ensure the installation of all power cables to the power point are secure and power is turned on, all cables leads and connectors are connected properly and that all switches are turned on and functioning

Check that there is power at the power point by using a small appliance

Check that all settings are set according to the instruction manual

Please keep this certificate in a safe place together with your product receipt. Should you need to make a claim, the responsibility of proof of ownership of the equipment is on you. If a claim is made that is found not to be covered under this warranty, or no faulty hardware components are found, you will be charged at Hisense or Hisense Authorised Service

Center's standard service charge plus an administration fee.

PLEASE REFER TO THE TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

AT THE END OF THIS MANUAL

Service Procedure

Please have your original invoice, model, and serial number ready. To receive service, you are required to:

Call

1800 447 367

. Service claims may be made between 8:30AM – 7:30 PM Mon. to Fri. and 9AM –

5PM Sat. to Sun. excluding public holidays where a call representative will log your claim for processing.

You MUST number.

provide a serial number and purchase detail to lodge a valid job. You will then be provided a job

You are required to fax or email your original invoice prior to a replacement been shipped.

WARRANTY REGISTRATION

In order to register your warranty, please fill out and return with a copy of your invoice to:

Hisense Warranty Registration

PO BOX 360 Ferntree Gully VIC 3156 Australia

Congratulations on your purchase, This Document sets out terms and conditions of your product warranty. Please Keep it with your proof of purchase information in a safe place for future reference should you require service to your product.

NAME OF PURCHASER _______________________________________________

ADDRESS __________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________

CITY ______________________________ STATE _______ POSTCODE ________

PHONE (_____)_____________________

MOBILE (_____)_____________________

FAX (_____)_____________________

The Undersigned hereby acknowledges receipt of the Hisense warranty service provided. I have read and understand the conditions and terms of the warranty in its entirety.

SERIAL NUMBER

____________________________________________________________

STORE PURCHASED FROM

____________________________________________________________

CITY _______________________ STATE _______ POSTCODE ________

INVOICE NO. _______________________________________

MODEL NO. _______________________________________

DATE OF PURCHASE _________/___________/__________

SIGNATURE _________________________________________________

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Contents

Hisense Warranty

Contents

Hisense Declaration

Important safety precautions

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Network Function

Enter the Network Main Menu

Opera

YouTube

Other Apps

Getting Started

Other Information

Installing the Stand

Front View and Controls

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Trouble shooting

Specifications

Rear View and Jacks

Connection Instructions

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Using the Remote Control

Installing Batteries in the Remote Control

Remote Control Operation Range

Remote Control Panel

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Watching TV

Turning the TV on for the First Time

Selecting the Input Source

Channel Selection

Display Channel Information

Volume Adjustment

Selecting Picture Mode

Selecting Sound Mode

PVR

Selecting the Aspect Ratio

Freezing a Picture

Setting the Sleep Timer

Audio Function(ATV Mode)

EPG(DTV Mode)

Time Shift

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Basic Features

Tuning Menu

Picture Menu

Audio Menu

Screen Menu

Settings Menu

Lock Menu

Advanced Features

PC Setting

Network Connection

DLNA settings

Media Share Settings

Setting to Share Files

View the Shared Files on TV

Digital Media Play

Enjoy Video Files

Enjoy Music Files

Browse the Pictures

Browse the Text Files

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NOTE

All the pictures in the manual is just for reference. There may be some difference between the picture and the real. Please see the real.

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Hisense Declaration

Any content and service accessed through this device, while only intended for individual non-commercial use, shall be the property of the applicable third party and subject to protection by regulations and laws on copyright, patent, trademark and other intellectual property rights. No part of such content and service may be modified, duplicated, published, uploaded, distributed, translated, marketed, or used to make and distribute products derived from it without the prior permission of the content owner or service provider.

You acknowledge and agree explicitly that you will solely bear the risk associated with the use of this device, and further you will solely bear any risk related to satisfactory quality, performance and accuracy for any content and service accessed through this device. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law , this device and any third party's content and service is provided as it is without any guarantee, express or implied.

Hisense hereby declare explicitly that Hisense shall not be held liable for any guarantee and conditions, express or implied, related to this device and any content and service, including but not limit to warranty on marketability, satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose, accuracy, quiet use and nonviolation of any third party’s rights; to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, Hisense gives no guarantee on the accuracy, validity, timeliness, legitimacy or integrality of any content or service provided through this device, or the fitness of such device, content or service for your particular requirement, or the protection from interruption and error during operation of such device, content or service; to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in any case, including fault or neglect, Hisense shall not be held liable for legal actions or indemnity obligation arising from any consequence as a result of or related to any information loaded in this device or use of such device, content or service by you or any third party .

Any content and service provided as it is together with this device shall be the property of the applicable third party, therefore Hisense gives no statement or warranty on modification, suspension, cancellation, termination or abortion thereof, and shall not be held liable for legal actions or indemnity obligation arising therefrom .

Hisense reserves the rights to restrict the use or access of certain content or service. As the content and service are transmitted through third party’s network and transmission facilities, Hisense undertakes no customer service therefor or the obligation for such customer service.

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Important safety precautions

ATTENTION

RISK OF SHOCK

ELECTRIC

Do not open the back cover

In no case the user is allowed to operate inside the TV set.Only a qualified technician is entitled to operate.

Disposal of Used Electrical & Electronic Equipment

Packaging and electrical goods should be recycled appropriately, and not treated as household waste. Please dispose of this equipment at your applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical & electronic equipment waste. By ensuring the correct disposal of this product, you will help prevent potentially hazardous to the environment and to human health, which could otherwise be caused by unsuitable waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help conserve natural resources. Please do not therefore dispose of your old electrical and electronic equipment with your household waste. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

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Important safety precautions

Please read the following safeguards for your TV and retain for future reference.

Always follow all warnings and instructions marked on the television.

1. A note about safety and operating instructions

Read and follow all safety and operating instructions, and retain them safely for future reference.

2. Heed Warnings

Adhere to all warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions.

3. Cleaning

Unplug the TV from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid, abrasive, or aerosol cleaners. Cleaners can

permanently damage the cabinet and screen. Use a lightly dampened cloth for cleaning.

4. Wall Bracket

Wall brackets are not supplied with this product. After market brackets may be available to purchase locally. Please

refer to the specification page for dimensions.

5. Water and Moisture

Avoid dripping or splashing of liquids onto the product. Objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should not be

placed on the product.

6. Setting

Do not place this TV on an unstable cart, stand or table. Placing the TV on an unstable base can cause the TV to

fall, resulting in serious personal injuries as well as damage to the TV. Use only a cart, stand, bracket or table

recommended by the manufacturer or salesperson.

7. Ventilation

Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of the TV and to protect it

from overheating. Do not cover the ventilation openings in the cabinet and never place the set in a confined space

such as built-in cabinet unless proper ventilation is provided. Leave a minimum 10cm gap all around the unit.

8. Power Source

This TV should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of

the type of power supplied to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company.

9. Grounding or Polarization

This TV is equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug. This plug will fit into the power outlet only one

way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the

plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose

of the polarized plug. A warning that an apparatus with CLASS Ⅰ construction must be connected to a MAINS socket

outlet with a protective earthing connection.

10. Power-Cord Protection

Power- supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon

or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plug, wall outlets, and the point where they exit from the

TV. MAIN plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.

11. Lightning

For added protection for this TV during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods

of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the

TV due to lightning or power-line surge.

12.Power Lines

An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or

power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. Where installing an outside antenna system,

extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.

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Overloading

Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.

14.Object and Liquid Entry

Never push objects of any kind into this TV through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-

out parts that could result in fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on or into the TV.

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Important safety precautions

15.Outdoor Antenna Grounding

If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the TV, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so

as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National

Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984,provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and

supporting structure, grounding of the lead in wire to an antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding

electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.

16.Servicing

Do not attempt to service this TV yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or

other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

17.Damage Requiring Service

Unplug the TV from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:

(a) When the power - supply cord or plug is damaged.

(b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the TV.

(c) If the TV has been exposed to rain or water.

(d) If the TV does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are

covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will

often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the TV to its normal operation.

(e) If the TV has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.

(f) When the TV exhibits a distinct change in performance - the indicates a need for service.

18.Replacement Parts

When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the

manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,

electric shock or other hazards.

19.Safety Check

Upon completion of any service or repair to the TV, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to

determine that the TV is in safe operating condition.

20.Heat

The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products

(including amplifiers) that produce heat.

21. If a television is not positioned in a sufficiently stable location, it can be potentially hazardous due to falling. Many

injuries, particularly to children, can be avoided by taking simple precautions such as:

● Using cabinets or stands recommended by the manufacturer of the television.

● Only using furniture that can safely support the television.

● Ensuring the television is not overhanging the edge of the supporting furniture.

● Not placing the television on tall furniture (for example, cupboards or bookcases) without anchoring both the

furniture and the television to a suitable support.

● Not standing the televisions on cloth or other materials placed between the television and supporting furniture.

● Educating children about the dangers of climbing on furniture to reach the television or its controls.

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Getting Started

Accessories

User’s Manual

User’s Manual

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AUDIO

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Signal cable (M4×L12)×2

Installing the Base Stand

(M5×L12)×4 (ST4×L14)×2

NOTE

The LCD display is very fragile, and must be protected at all times when removing the base stand . Be sure that no hard or sharp object, or anything that could scratch or damage the LCD display , comes into contact with it . DO NOT exert pressure on the front of the TV at any time because the screen could crack .

1 2

M4×xL12

3

ST4×xL14

To install the stand

NOTE

Remove the base stand before mounting the TV onto the wall.

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Front View and Controls

Getting Started

MENU SOURCE VOL VOL CH CH

Remote receiver/

Standby indicator

Power indicator Power button

MENU SOURCE VOL VOL CH CH

3D emitter

Standby button

Item Description

Remote receiver

Standby indicator

Power indicator

Power button

MENU

SOURCE

VOL

CH

Standby button

3D emitter 3 D spectacle synchronized signal transmission window .

NOTE standby button

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Getting Started

Rear View and Jacks

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Item

1.MAIN CABLE

2.HDMI1/2/3/4

3.OPTICAL

4.ANT

5.WOOFER

6.USB1/2

7.LAN

8.VGA/VGA AUDIO

9.COMP/AV/AV OUT

10.HEADPHONE

Description

Connect the mains cable to the mains socket.

HDMI ( High Definition Multimedia Interface ) provides an uncompressed, all digital audio / video interface between this TV and any HDMI-device, such as a set top box, blue ray disc player, and A / V receiver .

Connect to an external digital audio device.

Connect to the aerial socket on the wall with the RF coaxial cable.

Connect external bass box.

Allows the insertion of a USB storage device to play video, audio, photo and text files .

You can set up your TV so that it can access the Internet through your local area network

( LAN ) using a wired connection .

Connect to a PC or other devices with a VGA interface.

Connect to the composite video and audio(L/R) output jacks on external video devices with a switch cable.

Or connect to the component(YPBPR)video and audio output jacks on the DVD player,

Digital Set-Top-Box, or other AV devices with a switch cable.

Or connect to the video and audio(L/R) input jacks on the external video devices with a switch cable.

Connect earphones for private listening.

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Getting Started

Connection instructions

Not all A/V devices have the ability to connect to a TV, please refer to the user’s manual of your A/V device for compatibility and connections procedure.

When connecting any external A/V device, do not connect the mains cable to the mains socket until all other connections are complete.

Best Video

Performance

Connector Type

Separate audio connection required

HDMI

(480i/480p/576i/576p/720p/1080i/1080p)

No

VGA

Component Video

(480i/480p/576i/576p/720p/1080i/1080p)

Yes

Yes

VGA AUDIO

Composite Video Yes

VIDEO

Connecting an A/V Device with Composite Cable

TV JACK EXTERNAL DEVICES

VCR

Red (R)

White (L)

Yellow (VIDEO)

DVD Player / Recorder

Video Camera Set-top Box

Signal Cable (included)

Satellite Receiver

Equipment with A/V jacks

1. Use the signal cable to connect the external A/V device’s composite video/audio jacks to the Tv’s jacks.

(Video = yellow, Audio Left = white, and Audio Right = red)

2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before switching on the TV.

3. Select the corresponding source from the TV.

Connecting a USB Device

EXTERNAL DEVICES

You can either use the USB connection cord or directly insert the

USB into the USB port at the side of the TV.

TV JACK

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Getting Started

Connecting an A/V Device with Component (YPbPr) Cable

EXTERNAL DEVICES

COMPONENT

OUT

TV JACK

Red (R) VCR

R

White (L)

Signal Cable (included)

Pr/Cr

L

Blu-ray Player / DVD Player /

Recorder

Pr

Pb/Cb

Y

Pb

Video Camera Set-top Box

Y

Satellite Receiver

Equipment with component jacks

1. Use the signal cable to connect the external A/V device’s component output jacks to the TV’s YPbPr jacks. Use an audio

cable to connect the external A/V device’s component audio jacks to the TV’s AUDIO(L/R) jacks.

2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before switching on the TV.

3. Select the corresponding source from the TV.

Connecting an A/V Device with HDMI Cable

-Supports digital connections between HDMI - enabled AV devices such as (PVRs, DVD, BluRay, HDDVD, AV

receivers and digital devices.).

-Some devices such as a PVR or DVD players require a HDMI signal to be set to output in the device's settings.---

-Please consult your device user manual for instructions.

What is HDMI?

- HDMI, or high-definition multimedia interface, is a next-generation interface that enables the transmission of digital audio and video signals using a single cable without compression.

-“Multimedia interface” is a more accurate name for it especially because it allows multiple channels of digital audio

(5.1 channels).The difference between HDMI and DVI is that the HDMI device is smaller in size, has the HDCP (High

Bandwidth Digital Copy Protection) coding feature installed, and supports multi - channel digital audio.

-Use the HDMI terminal for HDMI connection to a compatible device. If your external device has DVI only, you should use a DVI-to-HDMI cable (or adapter) for the connection, and the “R -AUDIO - L” terminal on DVI for sound output.

HDMI Cable (not included)

DVD Player / Recorder

TV JACK

Set-top Box

1. Use a HDMI cable to connect the A/V device’s HDMI output jack to the TV’s HDMI jack.

2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before switching on the TV.

Equipment with hdmi jacks

3. Select the corresponding source from the TV.

NOTE

The HDMI connector provides both video and audio signals, it’s not necessary to connect the audio cable.

Connecting a headphone

Headphones can be connected to the headphone output on your set. (While the headphone is connected, the sound from the built-in speakers will be disabled. ) TV JACK

HEADPHONE

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Getting Started

Connecting a PC with VGA Cable

EXTERNAL DEVICES

VGA Cable

(not included)

TV JACK

Audio Cable

(not included)

PC

1. Use a VGA cable to connect the PC’s VGA output jack to the TV’s VGA jack. Use an audio cable to connect the PC’s audio

output jacks to TV’s PC AUDIO jack.

2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before switching on the TV.

3. Select the corresponding source from the TV.

NOTE

Primarily this unit is intended for use as an LCD TV. If you want to use it as a monitor, please contact the manufacturer of the PC Video/Graphic's card for further support. Perfect compatibility is not warranted.

Connecting an Audio Receiver with Optical Cable

EXTERNAL DEVICES

TV JACK

Optical Cable

(not included)

1. Use a optical cable to connect the A/V device’s OPTICAL jack to the TV’s OPTICAL jack.

2. Plug the connected devices into the mains socket before switching on the TV.

3. Select the corresponding source from the TV.

Connecting the Aerial

Connect one end of the RF coaxial cable to the aerial socket on the wall and the other end of the cable to the ANT socket on the

TV.

TV JACK

OR

RF coaxial cable

(not included)

NOTE

Do not connect the TV to the mains supply until you have completed all the connections.

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Remote Control

Installing Batteries in the Remote Control

1. Slide the back cover to open the battery compartment of the remote

control.

2. Insert two AAA size batteries. Make sure to match the (+) and ( - ) ends

of the batteries with the (+) and ( - ) ends indicated in the battery compartment.

3. Close the battery compartment cover.

NOTE

1. Dispose of your batteries in a designated disposal area. Do not throw the batteries into fire.

2. Do not mix battery types or combine used batteries with new ones.

3. Remove depleted batteries immediately to prevent battery acid from leaking into the battery

compartment.

4. If you do not intend to use the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries.

5. The effective range of remote control is suggested in the figure below.

+

-

-

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Remote Control Operation Range

Point the remote control at the TV no more than 8 metres from the remote control sensor on the TV and within 60° in front of the

TV and 30° in the vertical angle.

The operating distance may vary depending on the brightness of the room.

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Remote Control

Remote Control Panel

1. Switch the TV between on and standby mode.

2. Select among the different input signal sources.

3. Select a program/Input the numbers for special function.

4. Return to the last viewed program in TV mode.

5. Display the present screen information such as the current

channel and the input source.

6. 3D function on/off .

7. Adjust the volume.

8. Enter the special features of YouTube .

9. Select a channel.

10.Enter the browser.

11. Mute and restore your TV sound.

12.A shortcut to switch to DMP mode directly.

13. Display the EPG(Electronic Program Guide).(DTV mode)

14. Display the OSD (On Screen Display)menu.

15. Display the favorite channel list.

16. ▲/▼/ ◄/► :Up/Down/Left/Right

OK: Confirm the selection in the OSD menu.

Display a list of channels saved in TV tuner memory.

17.Return the previous menu.

18. Exit the OSD menu.

19. Enter the network main menu.

20. Buttons for special features refer the instructions.

21. ◄◄/►►: Use to advance or reverse playback rapidly.

► װ : Play / Pause: Press to start playback or pause.

■ stop : Press to stop the playback .

/ : To skip to the beginning of the previous or

next chapter/track/photo.

22. Start video recorder in DTV mode.

23. Time shift of images on USB devices.

24. Select sound mode.

25. Select picture mode.

26. To freeze a picture on screen.

27. Allows you to watch the screens in various format.

Adjust the character size of the teletext.

28.

Enter the Teletext mode.

Mix Teletext with TV pictures.

29. In DTV mode, display/close the subtitle which is broadcast

with the program.

In ATV mode, close/display the subtitle which is broadcast with the

program when Analog Subtitle in SETTINGS menu is On,

not available when Analog Subtitle in SETTINGS menu is Off,

display/close the subtitle in mute mode only when Analog Subtitle in

SETTINGS menu is Mute.

30.Set the TV sleep timer.

31.Switch between different audio, only applicable

when the TV program has the feature. (ATV mode)

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3

1 6

1

7

1 9

20

21

2 4

2 5

2 8

2 9

4

6

7

11

1 2

1 4

16

LAST

RETURN

HiSmart @

EN 33901

INFO

FAV

PVR

PICTURE

SUBTITLE

SOUND

MIX

TEXT

STILL

SLEEP

T.SHIFT

SIZE

ZOOM

I/II

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22

23

26

27

30

31

9

1 0

1

3

1

5

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Basic Features

Turning the TV On for the First Time

1. Connect the mains cable to the mains socket after you have

completed all the connections.

2. Switch on the POWER ON/OFF at the bottom of the TV.

Then the TV switches to on mode.

8. Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select Scan and press [►] button

to enter the next wizard and the TV start to search the

programs automatically

Setup Wizard -5

Channel Installation

Scan

Skip Scan

Back Select Next EXIT Exit

To mains socket MENU SOURCE VOL VOL CH CH

.

All available TV channels are stored .

This display shows the progress of the tuning and the number of channels found .

You can press [◄] button to return to the last wizard.

If you want to cancel the scan , please press [EXIT] button.

NOTE

Always disconnect the TV from the mains socket when not in use for a long period of time.To completely disconnect the mains power, please remove the mains plug from the mains socket or switch off the POWER ON/OFF switch.

Setup Wizard -6

Channel Installation

Status: Scanning...

ATV Program Installed: 4

DTV Program Installed: 3

3. The first time you turn the TV on, it will go straight into the

Setup Wizard -1 menu.

EXIT Cancel

4. Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select the language and press [OK]

to confirm.

Then press [►] button to enter the Setup Wizard -2 menu.

Or you can press [EXIT] button to exit the wizard.

5. Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select your country and press [OK]

to confirm.

Then press [►] button to enter the Setup Wizard -3 menu.

Or you can press [EXIT] button to exit the wizard.

6. Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select the local time zone where

you operate the TV and press [OK] to confirm.

9. After scan, the wizard will display congratulations and then

you can press [OK] button to exit the wizard.

Setup Wizard -7

Congratulations!!

Completed Initial Setup.

Please press [OK] to exit the wizard.

Setup Wizard -3

Please set the local time zone for your TV set:

NSW/ACT

VIC

QLD

SA

WA

TAS

NT

Back EXIT Cancel

Back Select Next EXIT Exit

Then press [►] button to enter the Setup Wizard -4 menu.

Or you can press [EXIT] button to exit the wizard.

7. Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select your mode and press [OK]

to confirm.

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Basic Features

Selecting the Input Source

Press the [LAST] button to return to the previously

viewed channel.

Favourites 1

1. Press the [SOURCE] button to display

the input source list.

2. Press the [

3. Press the [OK] button to confirm your

selection.

▲ / ▼] buttons to select the

input source that you want.

Source

TV

AV

Component

VGA

HDMI

1

HDMI

2

HDMI 3

HDMI 4

DMP

Select

OK Enter

MENU Exit

Favourites 4

Add/Erase

Favourites 2

Page up/down

Alternative

Press the [YouTube] button to switch to Youtube

interface directly if the network is normal.

Press the [HiSmart@]button to display the network

main menu displays on the screen, then press [ ▲ / ▼ /

◄/►] to select the options.

Press [DMP] to switch to DMP mode directly.

Channel Selection

Press the [CH ▲ / ▼] buttons on the front panel of the TV

or [CH /V] buttons on the remote control repeatedly or

the [0~9] buttons to select channels.

Alternative

Press [OK] button to display the Channel List when

there is no menu on the screen. Press [Red/Green]

buttons to turn to the last /next page. Press [ ▲ / ▼]

buttons to select a channel and then press [OK] button

to view the selected channel. Press the[Yellow] button

to display the list type selection.Press [ ▲ / ▼] to select

the type and press [OK] to confirm.

Channel List - All

Channel List Selection

1. Dt29 1080i

2. Dt29 576i

3. Dt29 576p

901 a

902 b

903 c

904 d

All

Digital

Radio

Analogue

OK

Select

Enter

Select List

Page up/down

MENU Exit

Press the [FAV] button to view the Favorites. Press

[ ◄/►] buttons to select the favourite list. Then press

[Yellow] button to Add the channel. If you want to add

another channel, press [CH /V] buttons to switch to

the channel and then press [Yellow] button to add it. If

you want to erase a channel, press [Red/Green]

buttons to page up/down and press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to

select the channel on the list, then press [Yellow]

button to erase it. If you want to view a channel, press

[▲ / ▼] buttons to select a channel and then press [OK]

button to view the selected channel if you have

previously preset your favourite channels.

Display Channel Information

Press the [INFO] button to display the current information.

Volume Adjustment

Press the [VOL ▲ / ▼] buttons on the front panel of the

TV or the [VOL /V] buttons on the remote control to

adjust the volume.

If you want to switch the sound off , just press the

[MUTE] button. You can restore the sound by pressing

the [MUTE] button again.

Selecting Picture Mode

Press the [PICTURE] button repeatedly to select the

picture mode among Soft, User, Bright and Standard.

In User mode, you can adjust the image in Picture

menu to suit your personal preferences.

Selecting Sound Mode

Press the [SOUND] button repeatedly to select the

sound mode among Standard, Speech, User and

Music. In User mode, you can adjust the sound in

Sound menu to suit your personal preferences.

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Basic Features

PVR

The function is to be used in DTV source only. The

format of disk must be FAT32 or NTFS. Press [ ■] button to stop record and a *.pvr file will be saved.

The files can be played in DMP.

Selecting the Aspect Ratio

Press Blue to display the Schedule List.

Schedule List

Channel number

NINE Digital

Start date

Start time

Stop time

Schedule type

Repeat type

Ch1

2006/07/01

03:00

06:00

Remind

Weekly

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

Thursday Friday Saturday

Add

Select

Cancel

EXIT Exit

Press the[ ZOOM] button to change the screen aspect

ratio .

Freezing a Picture

Press[ STILL] button to freeze current viewing picture

and press again to return to normal.

Setting the Sleep Timer

Press the [SLEEP] button repeatedly to set the time

period before the TV turns off automatically. To cancel

the sleep time, press the [SLEEP] button repeatedly

until Off appears.

Audio Function(ATV mode)

1. Press[ ▲ / ▼] to select the options.

2. Press [◄/►] to adjust them.

Input the date and time:

Press [◄/►] to move to the position you want to set

and then press [0~9] to input the numbers.

Schedule type: you can select between Remind and

Record.

Repeat type:

You can select among Once, Daily and Weekly.

If Weekly is selected, you can press [ ▲ / ▼ /◄/►] to

select the days in the following lines and press [OK]

to confirm.

3. Press [◄/►] to select Add and press [OK] to confirm.

Press the [I/II] button to select the sound if the TV

program has the features.

EPG(DTV mode)

Press [EPG] to display channel information on program

guide list.

Tuesday, 21-July-2004 10:00:00

A

A

A

21/07/2004

1 NINE Digital

21 : 30

20 To 1

2 Dt29 576i

3 Dt29 576p

20 To 1

901 a

902 b

903 c

22 : 30

LB

LB

Nine ...

Nine ...

LB

22:30 - 23:15 Tue, 21-Jul

Written and performed by...

Timeshift

Firstly, you must make sure to insert a USB disk and its

storage capacity is no less than 2G.

Press [T.SHIFT] to display the menu of setting USB disk

for timeshift. Then you can press [ ▲ / ▼] to select Auto/

Manual and press [►/OK] to confirm.

Press [T.SHIFT] to display the menu .

Press [►II] button to play/pause. Press[ ]button to

reverse and press [ ] button to advance playback

rapidly. Press [ ■ ]to exit the function.

To have better performance, you may be reminded to

format the USB disk.

1X

30

►II Play/Pause

13 : 00

FR FF

13 : 30

Stop

Record Reminder Detail Schedule List

Press [Red / Green] to select Record/Reminder.

Press [Yellow] button to display the information of the

program.

Press [ ▲ / ▼] to select the channels and press [OK] to

confirm.

Press [◄/►] to select the time period.

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Basic Features

Tuning Menu

1. Press [MENU] button and then press [

select Tuning menu.

▲ / ▼] buttons to

Auto Scan - Use this to automatically search and store all available channels.

Press [ ▲ / ▼] button to select it and press [◄/►] to start to search in ATV mode.

2. Press [►/OK] button to enter the menu.

3. Press [ ▲ / ▼] button to select the item in the menu.

Press [ ▲ / ▼] button to select it and press [►] to start to search in DTV mode.

4. Press [◄/►] button to adjust the selected item or press

OK button to enter the submenu.

Channel Edit - Allows you to edit the TV programs.

Channel Edit

5. Press [MENU] button once to return to the previous

menu.

6. Press [MENU] button repeatedly to exit the menu.

Tuning

1 Dt29 1080i

2 Dt29 576i

3 Dt29 576p

901 a

902 b

903 c

904 d

DTV

DTV

DTV

ATV

ATV

ATV

ATV

Skip

Rename

Select

Skip

MENU Back

Country

Manual Scan

Auto Scan

Channel Edit

Signal Information

Tune in local television services

Press [ edit.

▲ / ▼] button to select the programs you want to

OK Enter Select MENU Exit

Country - Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select it and press [OK] to enter the submenu.

Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to select the countries.

Rename : Press the [Green] button to display the

Rename menu. press [Yellow] button to switch between

capital and lowercase. Press [ ▲ / ▼ /◄/►] buttons to

select the characters and press [OK] to input . If you

want to delete the character , please press [Red] button.

Then press [Green] button to save the new name.

Manual Scan - Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select it and press

[OK] to enter the submenu. If lock has been set in Lock menu, a pop-up screen will be displayed to ask you to input the password.

Skip : Press the [Yellow] button to skip the selected

channel and press again to undo it.

Signal Information( DTV mode only ) - Allows you to view the signal information.

Search Type

Channel Number

Channel Name

Colour System

Sound System

Frequency

Start Search

Manual Scan

ATV Manual

A1 a

Auto

B/G

48.25MHz

Adjust Select MENU Back

Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select Search Type and press

[◄/►] to select ATV Manual or DTV Manual.

Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select the following options and the [◄/►] buttons to adjust the setting.

Channel Number : Display the channel number.

Colour System : Auto/SECAM/PAL

Sound System(for ATV only) :I, B/G,L,L’, D/K.

Start Search : Press [◄/►] buttons to start the manual

search.

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Basic Features

Picture Menu

Alternative

You can press ◄/► buttons to adjust the level directly.

1. Press [MENU] button and then press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select

Picture menu.

Advanced Settings - Specialized features settings

2. Press [►/OK] button to enter the menu.

3. Press [ ▲ / ▼] button to select the item in the menu.

Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select the following options and press

[◄/►] to set.

4. Press [◄/►] button to adjust the selected item or press [OK]

button to enter the submenu.

5. Press [MENU] button once to return to the previous menu.

6. Press [MENU] button repeatedly to exit the menu.

Picture

Picture Mode Standard

Brightness

Contrast

Saturation

Sharpness

Backlight

Advanced Settings

3D

OK Enter Select MENU Exit

50

50

50

10

Adjust image to suit personal preferences.

Colour Temperature : Adjusts the colour components

independently to achieve a warm or cool feeling.

Noise Reduction : Reduces the noise level of the connected

devices.

Adaptive luminance : Adjust picture detail and brightness

automatically.

MJC : An advance feature to improve the perception of

moving images. Press [OK] button to enter the submenu.

Then press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select the options and press

[◄/►] buttons to adjust. If Effect option is set to Off , the

Demo Partition and Demo options are not available.

3D Watching 3D movies

Enables playback of 3D movies and TV shows (requires compatible 3D glasses; sold separately).

Picture Mode To select the picture mode .

Brightness - Increase or decrease the amount of white in the picture.(for User mode)

Contrast - Adjusts the difference between light and dark levels in the picture.(for User mode)

Saturation - Adjusts the color intensity.

Sharpness - Ajusts the level of crispness in the edges between light and dark areas of the picture.

Backlight( Not available when 3D Mode set to On ) - Adjusts backlight to suit light conditions in the room.

NOTE

When 3D video is watched under the fluorescent lamp

(50~60 Hz) or tri-band fluorescent tube, there may be slight

flicker, so please adjust the illumination downward or switch

off the light.

Certain functions, such as Zoom, are not available when

watching 3D movies and TV shows.

Other brands 3D glasses may not be supported.

Sit upright facing the TV when watching 3D movies and TV

shows.

This TV supports automatic identification of common 3D

formats when connected to HDMI V1.4 compatible sources.

Other 3D sources require manual setup.

Picture

Backlight Mode Standard

Backlight Adjust 50

Adjust backlight mode

Picture

3D Mode Off

L-R Swtich Left-Right

Depth of Field

3D-to-2D Off

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3D SWITCH

Select MENU Back

Backlight Mode : Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select it and press

[◄/►] buttons to select Manual/ Adaptive Backlight.

Backlight Adjust(only available when Backlight Mode is

Manual) : Press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to select it. Then press [OK]

button to display the adjust bar and press [◄/►] buttons to

adjust the level.

Select MENU Back

Press [ ▲ / ▼ ] buttons to select the following options and press

[◄/►] buttons to set.

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Basic Features

3D Mode - You can enter the 3D Mode and set the 3D format.

Off : When viewing 2D video, this option must be selected.

2D-to-3D : the TV can convert ordinary 2D program to 3D

program. When wearing 3D glasses, you can view the 3D

video effect.

Side-by Side/Top-and-Bottom :Select it according to video

source signal.

NOTE

When 3D signal format is Frame Packing, the image will be

displayed according to the resolution of the incoming signal.

For example: when the input signal is 1280×720, a 720p

image will be displayed. A 1920×1080 input signal will be

displayed in 1080p.

When 3D signal format is Side-by-Side, Top-and-Bottom,

the image is displayed full screen in half resolution

(960× 1080 or 1920×540 respectively).

L-R Switch - Make left/right eyes exchange on 3D video source signals. (Not available when 3D Mode is Off and

2D-to-3D)

Depth of Field - Adjust the focus depth hierarchy sense of picture.(Only available when 3D Mode is 2D-to-3D)

3D-to-2D - If the option is set up as On, the TV can display all

3D format signals in 2D form.(Only available when the 3D format video playing)

Audio Menu

1. Press [MENU] button and then press [ ▲ /] ▼ buttons to select

Audio menu.

2. Press [►/OK] button to enter the menu.

3. Press [ ▲ / ▼ ] button to select the item in the menu.

4. Press [◄/►] button to adjust the selected item or press [OK]

button to enter the submenu.

5. Press [MENU] button once to return to the previous menu.

6. Press [MENU] button repeatedly to exit the menu.

Audio

Sound Mode Standard

Balance 0

Lip-sync 5

Equalizer

Speaker

Subwoofer

Bass Boost

SPDIF Type

Internal Speaker

Internal Subwoofer

Auto Volume Control

On

PCM

Off

0

OK Enter Select MENU Exit

Adjust sound to suit personal preferences.

Sound Mode - To select the sound mode.

Balance - Adjusts the relative volume of the speakers in a multiple speaker system.

Lip-sync - Adjusts the picture and the sound to play at the same time.

Equalizer - Allows selection of a sound component of :120Hz,

500Hz, 1.5KHz, 5KHz, 10KHz

Audio

10DB

0 0 0 0 0

-10DB

120Hz 500Hz 1.5KHz 5KHz 10KHz

Adjust Select MENU Back

Adjust audio frequency response.

Press [◄/►] buttons to select the component and press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to adjust.

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Basic Features

Sound Surround - Enhance the surround sound and bass sound effects.

Speaker - Turn speaker Internal Speaker or External Speaker.

Subwoofer - Turn subwoofer Internal Subwoofer or External

Subwoofer or Off.

Bass Boost - Adjusts the effect of bass.(Not available when

Subwoofer is Off)

SPDIF Type - Select digital audio output format.

Auto Volume Control - Automatically adjusts volume to a consistent level; attenuates loud passages.

Screen Menu

1. Press [MENU] button and then press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to

select Screen menu.

2. Press [►/OK] button to enter the menu.

3. Press [ ▲ / ▼] button to select the item in the menu.

4. Press [◄/►] button to adjust the selected item.

5. Press [MENU] button once to return to the previous menu.

6. Press [MENU] button repeatedly to exit the menu.

Screen

H Position

V Position

Phase

Clock

0

0

0

0

0 Image positioning and

PC settings.

OK Enter Select MENU Exit

H Position - Adjusts the horizontal position of the image.

V Position - Adjusts the vertical position of the image.

Phase - Adjusts the VGA phase to match the PC(VGA mode only)

Clock - Adjusts the VGA clock to match the PC clock(VGA mode only)

Auto Adjust Allows you to synchronize input signal automatically (VGA mode only)

Display Mode - Allows you to select Full or Zoom (HDMI mode only) When Zoom selected, the other options can be set.

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Basic Features

Settings Menu

1. Press [MENU] button and then press [

Settings menu.

▲ / ▼] buttons to select

Settings

Auto Synchronization

Date

Time

Power On Timer

Timer

Power Off Timer

Timer

Off

2010/07/01

00:00:00

On

00:00:00

On

00:00:00

Obtain date and time from broadcaster.

2. Press [►/OK] button to enter the menu.

3. Press [ ▲ / ▼] button to select the item in the menu.

4. Press [◄/►] button to adjust the selected item or press [OK]

button to enter the submenu.

5. Press [MENU] button once to return to the previous menu.

6. Press [MENU] button repeatedly to exit the menu.

a. Auto Synchronization - Allows to adjust the date and time

manually when it is set to Off. Select On to output the time

information from digital signal(DTV) b. Power On Timer - When On, Allows you to set the time

when the TV turns on automatically.

c. Power Off Timer - When On, Allows you to set the time

when the TV turns off automatically.

Settings

Select MENU Back

How to set the date and the time

Press ◄/► to move the cursor to the position you want to set and then press 0~9 buttons to set.

OSD Language

Blue Screen

OSD Setting

Time Setup

Setup Wizard

Off

Off

Network

HDMI CEC

Subtitle

Light Indicator On

Advanced Features

OK Enter Select MENU Exit

Set optional controls.

Setup Wizard - Allows you to set the Setup Wizard On/Off the next time when you turn on the TV.

Network - Press [OK] to enter the submenu. Then press [ to select the following options.

▲ / ▼]

OSD Language - Allows you to set the on screen language.

Blue Screen (for TV mode) - Allows the blue background to turn On/Off during no signal conditions.

OSD Setting - Allows you to set the OSD transparency and time out.

Transparency : Allows you to set the transparency of

on-screen menu.

Timeout : Allows you to select the display time of the

on-screen menu.

Time Setup - Allows you to set the clock, date and time.

Country Region : Allows you to select the local time zone

according to your region.

Time : Press [OK] button to enter the submenu. Then press

[ ▲ / ▼] to select the following options and press [◄/►] to

set.

Configuration : a. Internet Connection- Select On or Off. When off selected,

the following options can not be available.

b. Interface - Allows you to select connection type: Wireless

and Ethernet.

c. Wireless Setting - Allows you to set wireless connection.

Press [OK] to enter the submenu and press [ ▲ / ▼] to select

among Scan, Manual and Auto, then press [►]. If Scan is

selected, Press [OK] to confirm. The network available will

appear on the screen. Press [ ▲ / ▼] to select one and press

[►/OK] to confirm. If the Security is None, you can connect

the network directly. Otherwise, you should input the

password first. Press [OK] to display the character keyboard.

Press [ ▲ / ▼ /◄/►]to select the character and press [OK] to

confirm.(Aa: Switch between capital letter and lowercase.

Space: Select to leave space.Del: Select to delete the

character you have input. )Then press [ ▼/ ◄ / ►] to select

OK and press [OK] to confirm.

Sleep Time : Specify the amount of time before your TV

automatically turns off: Off -10-...-120 minutes.

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Basic Features

Settings Menu

HDMI CEC -

This feature allows you to add devices to your TV and control them with your TV remote control.

SSID test1 test2 test3 test4

Wireless Setting

Security

None

S1

S2

S3

Signal

75

56

45

10

Previous Select Next MENU Back

CEC function : press [◄/►] to set On/Off.

The following options can be available when the CEC

function is On.

Auto turn off : Your added devices can be off automatically

by turning off the TV .

TV Auto On : Your TV can be on automatically by turning on

your added devices.

Device Discovery : Press [OK] to select the device that is

connected to your TV.

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A B C D E F G H I

J K L M N O P Q R

S

1

T

2

U

3

V

4

W

5

X

6

Y

7

Z

8

0

9

Aa Space Del

OK Cancel d . Information - Press [ OK] to display network configuration information .

Subtitle - Allows you to adjust the subtitle status.

Press [OK] to enter the submenu. Then press [◄/►] to adjust.

Analog Subtitle

and On.

(for ATV mode): You can select Mute, Off e. IP Setting - Allows you to set IP address, subnet mask,

gateway and DNS. Press [OK] to enter the submenu

and press [ ▲ / ▼] to select the options.

▪ Address Type: Press [◄/►] to set the address Type :

Manual, Auto.

▪ How to input the following options

Press [◄/►] to move the cursor to the position you

want to set. Then press [0~9] to input the numbers .

Light Indicator - Allows you to adjust the power indicator in front of the TV On/Off.

Advanced Features - of the TV.

Time Shift Mode -

Press [OK] button to display the feature

Allows you to adjust the time shift function

On or Off. When Off is selected, the [T.SHIFT ]on the remote control are not available.

Settings

Address Type

IP Address

Subnet Mask

Default Gateway

Primary DNS

Secondary DNS

Manual

176. 16. 0. 0

255. 255. 255. 255

172. 16. 0. 0

172. 16. 2. 2

0. 0. 0. 0

Version Info - Press [OK] to enter the submenu to view the software version information.

Restore Factory Settings - Restore all TV settings to factory default.

Select MENU Back f. Connection Test - Press [OK] button to test network status.

Applications : Network application.

Press [OK] button to enter the submenu. Press [◄/►] to set On or Off.

DLNA : Digital Media Player (DMP) feature of Digital

Living Network Alliance.

DMR : Dig ital Media Renderer feature of DLNA.

Network Upgrade : Press [OK] to check the process and it will prompt you to upgrade the software.

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Basic Features

Lock Menu

To access the Lock submenu, you must enter the password. Enter the default password "0000" for the first time use.

You can change password in the Lock submenu.

Lock

1 Digital Dt29 576i

2 Digital Dt29 1080i

3 Digital Dt29 576p

901 Analog a

902 Analog b

903 Analog c

904 Analog d

Prevent access to TV services.

1. Press [MENU] button and then press [ ▲ / ▼] buttons to

select Lock menu.

2. Press [OK] button to confirm and press [0~9] buttons to

input the password to enter the menu.

OK Set Select MENU Back

Press [ ▲ / ▼ ] to select the channels you want to lock and then press [OK] to confirm. A lock icon will display on the right of the channel and then the channel is locked

3. Press [ ▲ / ▼] button to select the item in the menu.

4. Press [◄/►] button to adjust the selected item or press

[OK] button to enter the submenu.

Child Lock - Press [◄/►] to select On or Off. The buttons on the TV panel can not be used when On is selected and only [MENU] and number keys can be used on the remote control.

5. Press [MENU[ button once to return to the previous menu.

6. Press [MENU] button repeatedly to exit the menu.

Lock

Parental Rating

Channel Block

Child Lock

Change Password

Clear All

Block R and above

Off

Change Password -

1.

Press [OK] button to enter the submenu.

2. Press [0~9] buttons to input the new password.

3. Press [0~9] buttons to input the new password secondly

to confirm.

Clear All - Reset TV set. After reset, all channels and image settings will be erased and you need perform a tuning Auto-scan.

Select parental rating.

Select MENU Back

Parental Rating - This function allows you to set up blocking schemes to block specific channels and ratings .

It operates according to information from the broadcasting station , therefore if the signal has incorrect information , this function will not operate .

No Block - No programs are blocked.

Block R and above - All "R" rated classified programs

are blocked.

Block AV and above - Adult audiences, strong violence,

15 years and older.

Block MA and above - Mature audiences only, 15 years

and older.

Block M and above - Mature audiences only, parental

guidance is strongly advised.

Block PG and above - Parental guidance recommended.

Block G and above - General audiences.

Block all - All classified programs are blocked.

Channel Block - Channel Lock is designed to prevent children watching unsuitable programs .

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Advanced Features

PC Setting

Set the PC Software properly to match one of the below options.

Supported VGA Modes:

VGA____ (640×480 60Hz)

SVGA___ (800×600 60Hz)

XGA____ (1024×768 60Hz)

SXGA___ (1280×1024 60Hz)

NOTE

Your PC/Notebook may not be able to display some of these resolutions.

Take Windows XP as an example, and the Windows system display setting is as illustrated:

1. Right click anywhere on your display, select

'Properties'.

2. Find the Settings tab on the dialogue box, set the

screen Resolution.

3. See above details about the resolutions supported

by this unit.

4. Click OK to exit.

NOTE

Primarily this unit is intended for use as an LCD TV. If compatibility is a problem when using this unit as a monitor, please contact the manufacturer of the PC

Video/Graphic's card for further support.

Perfect compatibility is not warranted.

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Advanced Features

Network Connection

You can set up your TV so that it can access the Internet through your local area network (LAN) using a ethernet or wireless connection.

Connecting to a Wired Network

You can attach your TV to your LAN using cable in thr ee ways:

You can attach your TV to your LAN by connecting the LAN port on the back of your TV to an exter nal modem using a

Cat 5 cable. See the diagram below.

Stand Rear Panel

The Modem Port on the Wall

External Modem

(ADSL / VDSL / Cable TV)

Modem Cable LAN Cable

You can attach your TV to your LAN by connecting the LAN port on the back of your TV to a IP Sharer which is connected to an

external modem. Use Cat 5 cable for the connection. See the diagram below.

Stand Rear Panel

The Modem Port on the Wall

External Modem

(ADSL / VDSL / Cable TV)

IP Sharer

(having DHCP server)

Modem Cable LAN Cable LAN Cable

Depending on how your network is configured, you may be able to attach your TV to your LAN by connecting the LAN

port on the back of your TV directly to a network wall outlet using a Cat 5 cable. See the diagram below. Note that the

wall outlet is attached to a modem or router elsewhere in your house.

Stand Rear Panel

The LAN Port on the Wall

LAN Cable

If you have a Dynamic Network, you should use an ADSL modem or router that supports Dynamic Host Configuration

Protocol (DHCP). Modems and routers that support DHCP automatically provide the IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and DNS values your TV needs to access the Internet so you don’t have to enter them manually. Most home networks are

Dynamic Networks.

Some networks require a Static IP address. If your network requires a Static IP address, you must enter the IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and DNS values manually on your TV’s Cable Setup Screen when you set up the network connection. To get the IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and DNS values, contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP).

If you have a Windows computer, you can also get these values through your computer.

NOTE

Yo u can use ADSL modems that support DHCP if your network requires a Static IP address. ADSL modems that support DHCP also let you use Static IP addresses.

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Advanced Features

Network Setup (Auto)

Use the Automatic Network Setup when connecting your TV to a network that supports DHCP. To set up your TV’s cable network connection automatically, follow these steps:

How to set up automatically

1. Connect your TV to your LAN as described in the previous

section.

2. Turn on your TV, operate according to the description in

the Settings menu until the Network screen appears.

3. On the Network screen, select Configuration and press

[OK] button to enter the submenu.

4. Set Internet Connection to On and Interface to Ethernet.

5. Select IP Setting and press [OK] to enter it.

6. Set Address Type to Auto.

Settings

Address Type

IP Address

Subnet Mask

Default Gateway

Primary DNS

Secondary DNS

Auto

176. 16. 0. 0

255. 255. 255. 255

172. 16. 0. 0

172. 16. 2. 2

0. 0. 0. 0

1. Follow Steps 1 through 5 in the “How to set up

automatically” procedure.

2. Set Address Type to Manual.

Settings

Address Type

IP Address

Subnet Mask

Default Gateway

Primary DNS

Secondary DNS

Manual

176. 16. 0. 0

255. 255. 255. 255

172. 16. 0. 0

172. 16. 2. 2

0. 0. 0. 0

0~9

Input Select

MENU

Back

3. Press [ ▲ / ▼] to select IP Address and press [◄/►] to

move the cursor to the entry field. Then press [0~9]

buttons to enter the numbers.

4. Press [ ▲ / ▼] to select the next options to enter the

numbers.

5. When done, press [MENU] to return to the pr evious

menu.

6. Select Connection Test to check the internet

connectivity.

Select MENU Back

7. Auto acquires and enters the needed internet values

automatically.

8. If the connection values are not automatically entered,

please check your modem and router manuals for

directions to enable automatic IP addressing by DHCP.

Or, follow the steps listed to the follow to manually

configure the network connection.

Network Setup (Manual)

Use the Automatic Network Setup when connecting your

TV to a network that requires a Static IP address.

Getting the Network Connection Values

To get the network connection values on most windows

computers, follow these steps:

1. Right click the Network icon on the bottom right of the

screen

2. In the pop-up menu that appears, click Status.

3. On the dialog that appears, click the Support tab.

4. On the Support tab, click the Details button. The

network connection values are displayed.

How to set up manually

To set up your Tv’s cable network connection manually,

follow these steps:

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Advanced Features

Connecting to a Wireless Network

To connect your TV to your network wirelessly, you need a wireless router or modem. See the illustration below.

Wireless IP Sharer

(AP having DHCP Server) The LAN Port on the Wall

Wireless LAN Adapter built-in TV set

LAN Cable

Hisense’s built-in Wireless LAN Adapter suppor ts the IEEE 802.11 b/g/n communication protocols. Hisense recommends using IEEE 802.11n router. When you play the video over a IEEE 802.11b/g connection, the video may not play smoothly.

NOTE

You must use the Hisense’s built-in Wireless LAN Adapter to use a wireless network, the set doesn’t suppor t external USB

network adapter.

To use a wireless network, your TV must be connected to a wireless IP sharer. If the wireless IP sharer suppor ts DHCP,

your TV can use a DHCP or static IP address to connect to the wireless network.

Select a channel for the wireless IP sharer that is not currently being used. If the channel set for the wireless IP sharer is

currently being used by another device nearby, this will result in interference and communication failure.

If you apply a security system other than the systems listed below, it will not work with the TV.

If Pure High-throughput (Greenfield) 802.11N mode is selected and the Encryption type is set to WEP, TKIP or TKIPAES

(WPS2 Mixed) for your Access Point (AP), Hisense TVs will not suppor t a connection in compliance with new Wi-Fi

cer tification specifications.

If your AP suppor ts WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), you can connect to the network via PBC (Push Button Configuration) or

PIN (Personal Identification Number). WPS will automatically configure the SSID and WPA key in either mode.

Connection Methods: You can setup the wireless network connection three ways.

–Scan

–Manual

–Auto

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Advanced Features

Wireless Setting

How to set up automatically

1.Turn on your TV, operate according to the description

in the Settings menu until the Network screen appears.

2.On the Network screen, select Configuration and press

[OK] button to enter the submenu.

3.Set Internet Connection to On and Interface to Wireless

4.Select Wireless Setting and press [OK] button to enter

it.

You can select: Scan\Manual\Auto

5.If you select Scan, a screen will appear listing all of the

wireless networks within range of the TV. Use the [ ▲ / ▼ ]

keys to select the wireless network with your router

SSID and press [OK] to confirm. Proceed to Step 7.

6.If you select Manual, a screen will appear prompting

you to enter the SSID of your wireless network. Press

[OK] and an on-screen keyboard will pop up. Enter the

SSID and select OK. Press [OK] to confirm and a

screen will appear prompting you select the security

mode for your wireless network. Use the [

▲ / ▼

] keys to

select the proper security mode and press [OK] to

confirm. If you selected None for the security mode,

proceed to step 9.

7.A screen will appear prompting you to enter the

password for the selected security mode. Press [OK]

and an on-screen keyboard will pop up. Enter the

password and select OK. Press [OK] to confirm.

Proceed to Step 9.

8.If you select Auto, a screen will appear prompting you

to select PIN (personal identification number) or PBC

(push button configuration) setup. Choose the method

supported by your wireless access point.

8a.If you choose PIN, an identification number will appear

on the screen for you to enter into the access point.

After entering the PIN, press the [►] key. If the PIN is

in use by another device, select [REFRESH] to obtain

a new PIN and enter it into the access point. After

entering the PIN, press the [►] key.

8b.If you choose PBC, a screen will appear prompting to

press [►] key. After pressing the [►] key you have two

minutes to locate and press the Push Button on your

access point to connect to the TV.

9.Press the [MENU] key to return to the previous menu.

10.Select Connection Test to check the Internet connectivity.

DLNA Settings

If your computer can not support DLNA, you need install the software that supports DLNA such as TVersity and Windows

Media Player11. It is recommended to select Windows Media

Player11 to set and the setup is more simple.

The Network setup on the TV’s screen:

Network setup:

1. Turn on your TV, operate according to the description in the

Settings menu until the Network screen appears.

2. On the Network screen, select Configuration and press [OK]

button to enter the submenu.

3. Set Internet Connection to On and Interface to Ethernet.

4. Select IP Setting and press [OK] to enter it.

5. Set Address Type to Auto.

Settings

Address Type

IP Address

Subnet Mask

Default Gateway

Primary DNS

Secondary DNS

6. Auto acquires and enters the needed internet values

automatically.

Settings

Address Type

IP Address

Subnet Mask

Default Gateway

Primary DNS

Secondary DNS

0~9

Input

Auto

176. 16. 0. 0

255. 255. 255. 255

172. 16. 0. 0

172. 16. 2. 2

0. 0. 0. 0

Select

MENU

Back

Manual

176. 16. 0. 0

255. 255. 255. 255

172. 16. 0. 0

172. 16. 2. 2

0. 0. 0. 0

Select

MENU

Back

7. If the Network function has not acquired the network

connection values, go to the directions for Manual.

8. If set Address Type to Manual, enter IP Setting . Then

press[

/

▼]

to select IP Address and press [◄/►] to move

the cursor to the entry field. Then press [0~9] buttons to

enter the numbers.

9. Press [

/

▼]

to select the next options to enter the

numbers.

10. When done, press [MENU] to return to the previous menu.

11. Select Connection Test to check the internet connectivity.

If the test is not successful, please check whether the

configuration is correct. If the test is successful, operate

as the following instructions.

Set DLNA/DMR to On:

1. On the Network screen, select Applications and press

[OK] to enter the submenu.

2. Press [◄/►] to set DLNA/DMR to On.

Settings

DLNA

DMR

On

On

Select MENU Back

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Advanced Features

Media Share Settings

If your computer does not support DLNA, you may install software that supports DLNA such as TVersity or Windows

Media Player. We recommend Windows Media Player as the installation and setup is easier.

1. Start the Windows Media Player11.

2. Click “Library” and then “Add to Library...”.

4. Select a folder and click OK button.

3. The “Add To Library” will pop up on the screen. Click “Add”.

5. Click “Close” to close the dialog.

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Setting to Share Files

1. Click “Library” and move the cursor to select

“Media Sharing...”

Advanced Features

Then the TV can access to the shared files in the

computer.

2. Click the box before “Share my media” to select it.

3. An equipment sign will appear on the white area if the

DLNA Settings has been correctly set. Select the sign

and then click “Allow”.

View the Shared Files on TV

1. Press [DMP] button to enter the DMP mode directly.

2. The DMP menu appears on the screen as follow . Then

you can view the shared folders.

DMP C:

All

Video

Music

Picture

Book

Return

.txt

zgp.dat

F1

Blood..

F2 F3

.mp3

.png

Information zgp.dat

Select OK Enter RETURN Return Type Filter Page up/down

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Digital Media Play

Be sure to insert the USB disk or mobile hard disk with standard USB2.0 port.

▪ Press [DMP] button to enter the main menu (If you want

to exit DMP, you can press [SOURCE] button to switch

to other sources or press [EXIT] directly.)

▪ Press [Red] button to switch the media type.

▪ Press [Yellow/Blue] to turn to the previous/next page.

1. Press [ ▲ / ▼ /◄/►] to select the folder/file you want to

open and then press [OK] to enter/play the folder/file.

2. Press [RETURN] to return to the previous directory.

DMP C:

All

Video

Music

Picture

Book

Return

.txt

zgp.dat

F1

Blood..

F2 F3

.mp3

.png

Information zgp.dat

7) Select time to play

1. Press [◄/►] to select the position you want to set.

2. Press [0~9] to set the time and press [ ▲ / ▼ /◄/►] to

adjust it.

3. Press [OK] to confirm and the video will to play at the

time you have set or press [RETURN] to exit.

8) Play list

1. Press Yellow/Blue button to page and press [ ▲ / ▼] to

select the video.

2. Press [OK] to confirm. And press [RETURN] to exit the

menu.

9) Options

1. Press [ ▲ / ▼] to select the options in the menu.

2. Press [◄/►] to select the settings.

3. Press [OK] to confirm.

Option Set

Repeat

Once

Subtitle Selection

NO

AUDIO I/I

Select

OK

Enter

RETURN

Return Type Filter

Enjoy Video Files

Page up/down

Select

OK

Enter

RETURN

Exit

10) Program info

Allows you to view the program information.

11) Stop playback

1. Press [Red] button to switch to All or Video.

2. Press [ ▲ / ▼ /◄/►] to select the video you want to view.

3. Press [OK] to play the video.

4. Press [ ■ /RETURN] to exit the video and return to the

previous directory.

5. Press [INFO] button to display/exit the video control bar.

6. Press [◄/►] to select the function icon and then press

[OK] to confirm.

1

II I◄ I ◄ ► ► ►►

00:00:36/00:20:01

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

NOTE

You can press [ZOOM] button to change the aspect ratio

( Normal , Full Screen , Original Size ) while playing the video.

Playable format

Files

Photo

format Playable

.

jpg

format

Text .

txt

Function of icons:

1) The progress bar when playing.

2) Play/Pause. You can press [►II] directly to play/pause

when there is no control bar on the screen.

3) Play the previous video. You can press [ ] directly to

achieve the function when no control bar displayed on

the screen.

4) Play the next video. You can press [ ] to achieve the

function when no control bar displayed on the screen.

5) Fast backward. Then press [OK] to select the backward

speed. You can press [◄◄] to achieve the function.

6) Fast forward. Then press [OK] to select the forward

speed. You can press [►►] to achieve the function.

Music

Video

.

avi(mp3,mpeg,ac3), .mp4, .rm

.

avi(H.264,MPEG , Divx),

.mkv(H.264,MPEG),.flv,.mpeg, wmv(VC-1,XviD)

NOTE

This unit only supports the add-on subtitle of .srt.

We can not promise that this unit would support all the

formats listed above, as the programming tools are

different.

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Digital Media Play

Enjoy Music Files Browse the Pictures

1. Press [Red] button to switch to All or Music.

DMP C:

All

Video

Music

Picture

Book

Return F1 F2 F3 a1.mp3

a2.mp3

a3.mp3

a4.mp3

Information

Music

Select

OK

Enter

RETURN

Return Type Filter Page up/down

2. Press [ ▲ / ▼ /◄/►] to select the music you want to view.

3. Press [OK] to play the music.

1. Press [Red] button to switch to All or Picture.

2. Press [ ▲ / ▼ /◄/►] to select the picture you want to view.

3. Press [OK] to browse the picture.

4. Press [ ■ /RETURN] to exit the picture and return to the

previous directory.

DMP C:\Picture

All

Video

Music

Picture

Book

Return 1.jpg

2.jpg

3.jpg

Information

Picture

.jpg

257:383

Select

OK

Enter

RETURN

Return Type Filter Page up/down a1.mp3

a2.mp3

a3.mp3

a4.mp3

Current Playing: a3.mp3

Mode: None

Status: Play

00:00:24/00:04:13

Title: a3

Artist:

Album:

Genre: Other

Year:

Duration:00:04:13

Next:

When browsing the pictures

1. Press [INFO] button to display/exit the picture control bar.

2. Press [◄/►] to select the function icon and then press

[OK] to confirm.

I◄ I ◄ II ■

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Mode

01/01

Page up/down Select Mark ►II

Play/Pause

RETURN Return

4. All the music is listed on the left. Press [ ▲ / ▼] to select

the music and press [►] to mark it. You can press

[Yellow]/[Blue] to turn to the previous/next page.

Press Green button to select the Mode:Mark/All

/Single.

5. Press [RETURN] to exit the music playback interface.

1) Browse the previous picture. You can press[ ]

directly to achieve the function when no control bar

displays on the screen.

2) Browse the next picture. You can press [ ] directly to

achieve the function when no control bar displays on

the screen.

3) Allows the picture to rotate 90 degrees clockwise.

4) Allows the picture to rotate 90 degrees anticlockwise.

5) Play/pause. You can press [ ►II ] directly when no control

bar on the screen.

6) Stop browsing the picture. You can press [ ■] directly

when no control bar on the screen.

7) Zoom in the picture.

8) Zoom out the picture.

9) Option Set. Press [ ▲ / ▼] to select the options and press

[◄/►] to set them.

Option Set

Speed

Effect

Background Music

Enter

Fast

None

On

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Digital Media Play

Speed - Allows you to browse the picture at different speed.

Effect - Allows you to set how the picture appears on the screen.

Background Music - Allows you to enjoy the music when browsing the pictures if it is set On.

NOTE

You must open the music first and then the picture if you want to enjoy the music when browsing the picture.

10) Picture info. Allows you to view the picture

information.

Browse the Text Files

1. Press [Red] button to switch to All or Book.

2. Press [ ▲ / ▼ /◄/►] to select the text you want to view.

3. Press [OK] to confirm.

4. Press [ ■ /RETURN] to exit it and return to the previous

directory.

DMP C:

All

Video

Music

Picture

Book

Return F1 F2 a1.txt

a2.txt

a3.txt

F3

Information

TXT

Select

OK

Enter

RETURN

Return Type Filter Page up/down

When browsing the text files

When no tool bar appears on the screen, you can press

[ ▲ / ▼] to move the text lines up/down.

Press [INFO] to display/exit the tool bar. Press [◄/►] to select the corresponding icons and then press [OK] to confirm.

a1.txt

II I◄ I ◄ ■ 1/26 Status:Play

1 2 3 4 5

1) Stop/resume automatic page

2) View the previous page.

3) View the next page.

4) Stop browsing.

5) Allows you to select page to view.

1. Press [0~9] buttons to input the page or press [ ▲ / ▼]

to adjust it.

2. Press [◄/►] to select Enter and press [OK] to

confirm.

0000

Goto Page

Enter

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Network Function

Enter the Network Main Menu

The Network setup must be correct. Then you can use the function.

1. Press HiSmart@ button to display Network main menu.

1

3

4

2

3. Then the default interface will appears on the screen.

There are some function icons on the bottom of the

screen:

5

2. Press [ ▲/▼/ ◄/►] button to select the interface you

want to view and press [OK] to enter the following

description.

No.

1

2

3

4

5

Description

The current signal

The Hisense advertisement

Hisense market

Network options

Source options

Opera

The function of the buttons on the remote

control

Buttons

MENU

Description

▲/▼/ ◄/► Press these buttons to move the cursor on the screen as the mouse of the computer.

Press the button to display/cancel the keyboard on the screen.

OK

EPG

Press the button to confirm the selection.

Press the button to browse the webspace history

Operation instructions

How to Enter the Opera Browser

The Network setup must be correct. Then you can

use the network.

1.Press the [HiSmart] button to display network main

menu.

2.Press [◄/►/ ▲ / ▼ ] button to select the opera icon and

press [OK] to enter it.

Address bar

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

The function of the buttons on the screen:

1.Back to main page

Move the cursor to the icon and press [OK] button to return to the default interface.

2.

Back to previous page

Move the cursor to the icon and press [OK] button to return to the previous viewed web page.

3.

Return a page

Move the cursor to the icon and press [OK] button to go forward to the previous viewed web pages.

4.

Refresh page

Move the cursor to the icon and press [OK] button to refresh the current page.

5.

Folder

Move the cursor to the icon and press [OK] button to enter the favorite folder.

6.

Add Folder

Move the cursor to the icon and press [OK] button to add the website to the favourite folder.

7.Help information

8.

Address bar

Input the website you want to view.

9.

Sure to enter the Address of the page

Move the cursor to the icon and press [OK] button to search the website.

10.

Exit Opera

Move the cursor to the icon and press [OK] button to close the page.

How to Input the New Address

Tab

1 q

2 3 w

4 e

5 r

6 t

7 y

8 u

9 i

0 o

p

Shift

L a http:// s d f g h j k l z x www.

c v b n m

.com

.org

, .

.gov

;

/

.net

'

[

=

]

Back

Enter

Space

Reset

\

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Network Function

1.Press [ ▲ / ▼ / ◄/► ] button to move the cursor to the address bar and press [OK] button to confirm.

2.Press [MENU] to display/close the keyboard.

There are some shortcuts on the bottom of the keyboard so that you can input part of the address often used directly.

Other keys are used as the keyboard of your computer.

3.Press[ ▲ / ▼ / ◄/►] button to move the cursor to the characters you want to select and then press [OK] button to confirm.

If you want to delete one character, move the cursor to

Back key and press [OK] button to confirm. Or if you want to re-enter all the characters, move the cursor to

Reset key and press [OK]button to confirm.

4.Move the cursor to Enter key and press [OK] button to confirm to enter the website.

NOTE

There is only recommend to open the English website.

How to Add a Bookmark

If you want to find the often viewed website from the favorite folder, you can follow the steps to add it to the folder.

1. Firstly, input the address on the address bar and enter it.

2. Press [ ▲ / ▼ /◄/►] button to move the cursor to the and press [OK] button to confirm.

The menu will pop up on the screen.

Add a bookmark

Are you sure to add it?

Name: HISENSE

URL: Http://www.hisense.com.au/

Folder: Root folder

Add Cancel

How to Add a Folder

You can add a folder to the favorite as follows:

1. Move the cursor to the icon and press [OK] button to confirm. The menu will pop up on the screen.

2. Move the cursor to Add a folder button and press [OK] button to confirm.

A pop-up menu appears on the screen.

3. Move the cursor to Name bar and press [OK] button to confirm. Follow the steps 2~4 in “How to Input the New

Address” to input the name.

4. Move the cursor to Add button and press [OK] button to confirm and the new folder has been added.

Add a folder Close bookmark manager

Opera Software

GOGI SDK

Add a folder

HISENSE

Yahoo!

Name:

Add Cancel

Bookmark Manager

How to Edit/Delete a Folder/Bookmark

1. Move the cursor to the icon and press [OK] button to confirm. The menu will pop up on the screen.

2. Move the cursor to the folder /bookmark directly and there will be two icons on the right of it. Move the cursor to one of the icons and press [OK] button to display a pop-up menu.

:Edit button

1). Move the cursor to the Name/URL bar and press [OK]

button to confirm. Follow the steps 2~4 in “How to

Input the New Address” to edit it.

Add a folder Close bookmark manager

Opera Software

GOGI SDK

Edit this bookmark

HISENSE

Yahoo!

Name: HISENSE

URL: http://www.hisense.com.au/help/warranty

Edit Cancel

3. Press[ ▲ / ▼ /◄/►] button to move the cursor to the icon marked with dashed box on the right screen. Then press

[OK] button to confirm to display all the folders.

4. Press [ ▲ / ▼ ] button to select the folder you want to add the bookmark to. And press [OK] button to confirm.

5. Move the cursor to the Add button and then press [OK] button to confirm.

If you do not want to add the book mark, move the cursor to the Cancel button and press [OK] button to confirm.

Add a bookmark

Are you sure to add it?

Name: HISENSE

URL: Http://www.hisense.com.au/

Folder: Root folder

Root folder

Opera Software

GOGI SDK

Opera Technology

Bookmark Manager

2). Move the cursor to Edit button , then press [OK] to

confirm and the folder/bookmark will be saved as

editing just now.

:Delete button

Move the cursor to the Delete button and press [OK]

button to confirm. Then the folder/bookmark will be

deleted from the favorite folder.

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Network Function

Add a folder Close bookmark manager

Opera Software

GOGI SDK

Delete this bookmark

HISENSE

Yahoo!

Name: HISENSE

URL: http://www.hisense.com.au/help/warranty

Delete Cancel

Bookmark Manager

NOTE

There is only Name bar on the pop-up menu for folder.

How to select the Website from the favorite folder

1. Move the cursor to the icon and press [OK] button to confirm. The menu will pop up on the screen.

2. Move the cursor to the folder name and press [OK]

button to confirm.

The websites in the folder will appear in the following lines.

3. Move the cursor to the website you want to view and press [OK] button to confirm.

If the website is in the root folder, you can select it directly . And do not need operate as step 2.

Close bookmark manager Add a folder

Opera Software

GOGI SDK

Opera Technology

HISENSE

Bookmark Manager

How to exit the manager

Move the cursor to the Close bookmark manager icon and press [OK] button to confirm.

YouTube

Brief introduction

Watches the video via YouTube.

Operation introduction

1.Press the [HiSmart] button to display network main

menu.

2.Press [ ▲ / ▼ / ◄/►] button to select the YouTube icon

and press [OK] to enter it.

Other Apps

Operation introduction

1.Press the [HiSmart] button to display network main

menu.

2.Press [ ▲/▼/ ◄/►] button to select the Other Apps and

press [OK] to enter it.

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Title

My Apps.

New Arrival

More Apps.

Function

Your local applications

The applications of the latest online

Applications classification to download

The pop ranking applications Hotlist

Management Delete the local applications

SelfService View the service information

3.Follow the steps as following.

My Apps.:

Display the applications of downloaded and installed on

the local.

1) Press [◄/►] to select the title of My Apps and press

[

/OK] to enter it.

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2) Press [ ▲ / ▼ / ◄/►] to select the applications you want

to enter and press [OK] to confirm.

3) Press [RETURN] to return to the title.

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Network Function

New Arrival:

1) Press [◄/►] to select the title of New Arrival and press

[

/OK] to enter it.

If installed, the applications will be shown in My Apps interface.

Hotlist:

1) Press [◄/►] to select the title of Hotlist and press

[ ▼ /OK] to enter it.

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2) Press [ ▲ / ▼ / ◄/►] to select the applications you want

to install and press [OK] to confirm.

2)Press [◄/►] to page up/down and press [ ▲ / ▼ ] to

select the applications you want to install and press

[OK] to confirm.

3)Press [OK] to install the applications or press [RETURN]

to return to the Hotlist homepage.

If installed, the applications will be shown in My Apps

interface.

4)Press [RETURN] to return to the title.

Management:

1) Press [◄/►] to select the title of Management and press

[ ▼ /OK] to enter it.

3)Press [OK] to install the applications or press

[RETURN] to return to the new arrival home page.

If installed, the application will be shown in My Apps

interface.

4)Press [RETURN] to return to the title.

More Apps:

Classify the applications by story, knowledge and funny

game.

1) Press [◄/►] to select the title of More Apps and press

[ ▼ /OK] to enter it.

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2)Press [◄/►] to page up/down and press [ ▲ / ▼ ] to select

the applications you want to delete.

3)Press [OK] to display the menu.

KNOWLEDGE

STORY

Are you sure?

Page 1/2

2)Press [ ▲ / ▼ ] to select the classification and press [OK]

to confirm.

3)Press [ ▲ / ▼ / ◄/►] to select the applications you want

to install and press [OK] to confirm.

4)Press [OK] to install the applications or press

[RETURN] to return to the More Apps home page.

4)Press [◄/►] to select Yes/No and press [OK] to confirm.

5)Press [RETURN] to return to the title.

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Network Function

SelfService:

Press [◄/►] to select the title of SelfService and press

[OK] to view the service information.

Our Promise

Thanks for you and your family choose Hisense Smart TV, we will

continue to provide better and more services.

Service Information

If your TV meet quality problem, please kindly let us know, we will

make every effort to serve you.

Appstore Version

1.0.29.0

Device ID

861003009000006000000150FE1FC402

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Trouble Shooting

NOTE

When there is something wrong with your TV, you can try turning off the TV and then restart it. You can also operate according to the following chart. If the problem still cannot be solved,please contact the professional technicians.

No sound or picture

The picture is normal but there is no sound

No picture and white or black picture

The sound and picture are interfered

Unclear picture or picture with snow

The remote control does not work

H/V strip or the picture shaking

1. Check if the power line is in the outlet and if it has electricity.

2. Check if you have pressed Power button on the TV or Power button on the remote control.

3. Check the setting of picture brightness and contrast.

4. Check the volume.

1. Check the volume.

2. Check if Mute mode is set.

1. Adjust Picture Setting.

2. Check Color System.

1. Try to find the appliance affecting TV set, and move it far away from the TV set.

2. Try to insert the power plug of the TV set into another outlet.

1. Check the direction, position and connection of your antenna.

2. Adjust the direction of your antenna or reset or fine tune the channel.

1. Change the batteries in the remote control.

2. Clean the upper side of the remote control(radiating window)

3. Check the contacting points of the batteries.

4. Check if there is obstruction between the remote control and the set.

5. Check if the batteries are correctly installed.

Check if there is interfering source nearby, such as appliance or electric tools.

Sometimes the room temperature change can cause the television cabinet to inflate

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Specifications

NOTE

Features , appearance and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Model Name

Dimension

(WXHXD)(mm)

Without stand

With stand

Weight(kg)

Without stand

With stand

LCD Panel Minimum size ( diagonal )

Screen resolution

Audio power

Power consumption

Power supply

Receiving systems

RF

AV

Environmental conditions

Component Input

VGA Input

HDMI

HL55XT710PZLN3D

1267×768×41

1267×831×309

21

23

55 inches

1920x1080

10W+10W

Refer to the rating label

Refer to the rating label

PAL B, DVB-T

PAL, NTSC

Temperature 5°C~ 35°C Humidity 20%-80% RH,

Atmospheric pressure 86kPa-106kPa

480I、 、 576I 、 576P 、 720P/60Hz 、 1080I/50Hz 、

1080I/60Hz 、 1080P/50Hz 、 1080P/60Hz

VGA ( 640×480/60Hz )、 SVGA ( 800×600/60Hz )

XGA ( 1024×768/60Hz )

RGB/60Hz ( 640×480,800×600,1024×768 )

YUV/50Hz ( 576I,576P,720P , 1080P )

YUV/60Hz ( 480I,480P,720P,1080I,1080P )

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