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Table of contents

1.

General Information ....................................................................................3

2.

Safety Precautions .......................................................................................5

3.

Features ......................................................................................................7

4.

Dimensions .................................................................................................8

5.

Ports ...........................................................................................................9

6.

Control Buttons .........................................................................................11

7.

Accessories ...............................................................................................12

8.

Remote Control .........................................................................................13

9.

Summary of Remote Control Functions .................................................................14

10.

Controls & Adjustment

A.

General

Adjustment ............................................................................................15

Turning the LCD TV On and Off ................................................................15

Viewing the Menus and On-Screen Displays .................................................15

Switching PC/Composite/S-Video/TV/Component Modes ...........................16

Switching Language Modes ........................................................................16

Setting the Sleep Timer ..............................................................................17

Auto Power Off ......................................................................................17

How to enter Menu Items .......................................................................18

Adjusting the Volume ..................................................................................18

B.

PC mode Adjustment ..............................................................................19

Adjusting Contrast and Brightness Settings .................................................19

Adjusting Picture Settings ......................................................................20

Adjusting Image Settings .......................................................................21

Adjusting Audio Settings .......................................................................23

Viewing Picture-in-Picture (PIP) ..................................................................26

C.

TV mode Adjustment ...............................................................................28

Adjusting the TV Settings ........................................................................28

Sound Options .........................................................................................29

Adjusting the Picture Settings ..................................................................30

Memorizing Channels ..............................................................................31

Changing Channels ..................................................................................35

Using Parental Controls .........................................................................35

Setting Up Your Personal ID Number (PIN) ...............................................36

How to Set up Restrictions Using the "TV Rating" ......................................38

How to Set up Restrictions Using the "MPAA" .........................................40

1

Viewing Closed Captions ........................................................................42

D. Other functions ..........................................................................................43

11.

Troubleshooting .......................................................................................45

12.

Specifications ..........................................................................................49

2

General Information

This 27” and 30” wide active matrix TFT (thin film transistor) liquid crystal display is designed for use as a stand alone TV as well as a display device for video electronics appliances and personal computers.

CAUTION

Important Information

R i s k o f e l e c t r i c

s h o c k . D o n o t o p e n .

Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.

Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not attempt to disassemble or modify this device. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer any service issues to qualified service personnel.

Caution: FCC/CSA regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment may void the user's authority to operate it.

Important: One Federal Court has held that unauthorized recording of copyrighted

TV programs is an infringement of U.S. copyright laws. Certain Canadian programs may also be copyrighted and any unauthorized recording in whole or in part may be in violation of these rights.

3

WARNING:

Do not leave stationary images, patterns, PIP windows, or letterbox images on the screen for prolonged periods of time as this may result in permanent damage to the

LCD panel. This type of damage is not covered under warranty. The following are examples of, but not limited to, potentially hazardous display output: side bar images, video game patterns, closed captioning, channel logos and letterbox black bars. To prevent this type of damage, it is recommended to display constantly moving images that fill the screen as often as possible.

According to industrial standards for LCD display technology; there are a certain number of allowable defective pixels. Although we produce panels with more than 99.9% active cells, there still may be some cells that do not produce light or remain constantly lit. For further information, please contact sales or technical support.

Thank You for Choosing This Product

Your new LCD TV was built utilizing the latest advancements in television technology.

We are proud to offer you a product that will provide convenient, dependable service and enjoyment for years to come.

4

Safety Precautions

1.

Cleaning: Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet before cleaning the product.

Use a damp cloth to clean the product. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.

2.

Water and moisture: Do not use the product near water or areas of high moisture content such as swimming pools, bathtubs or wet basements.

3.

Heat sources: Keep the product away from heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves and other heat-generating products (including amplifiers).

4.

For added protection during a lightning storm or for extended periods of nonuse, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna (if used). This will prevent damage to the product due to power line surges.

5.

If an outside antenna is connected to the product, make sure the antenna is properly grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges.

Example of antenna grounding

As per national electrical code

Antenna lead in wire

Antenna discharge unit

Grounding conductors

Ground clamps

Power service grounding

Electrode system

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6.

Stand: Do not place the product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod or table. Placing the product on an unstable base can cause the product to fall, resulting in serious personal injuries as well as damage to the product. Use only a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the product. Only use mounting hardware recommended by the manufacturer.

7.

Use care when moving the product on a rolling cart. Sudden stops, excessive force and uneven floor surfaces can cause the product to fall from the cart.

8.

Ventilation: The vents and other openings in the cabinet are designed for ventilation.

Do not cover or block these vents and openings as insufficient ventilation can cause overheating and/or shorten the life of the product. Do not place the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surfaces since they can block ventilation openings. This product was not designed to operate in an enclosed environment. Don't place the product in an enclosed space such as a bookcase or rack, unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instructions are followed.

9.

The LCD panel used in this product is made of glass. Therefore, it can break if the product is dropped or struck.

10.

During the LCD panel lifespan it is normal for a few pixels to become defective.

Non-active pixels may appear on the screen as fixed points of red, blue or green.

Refer pixel policy questions to the reseller for further clarfication on acceptable loss.

11.

An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electrical conduits. When installing an outside antenna, use extreme caution to prevent the antenna from coming into contact with said items as contact with them may be fatal.

6

Features

List of Features

Your TV is designed with the latest technology and is a high-performance display device that includes the following features:

Multiple input sources including antenna terminal, D-sub (15pin VGA),

• composite, S-Video and component ports.

Easy-to-use remote control and on-screen-display (OSD) menu system.

PIP (picture in picture) mode for displaying multiple sources at the same time

• on the same screen.

Built-in 10W dual channel speakers plus a headphone out jack for

• private listening.

Fine tuning control for the sharpest picture possible. (OTA TV viewing

• only)

Built-in multi-channel sound decoder for stereo and bilingual broadcasts.

Automatic channel program for up to 125 channels.

Automatic sleep timer controls from 30 to 90 minutes in 30 minute

• increments.

Automatic power off feature after 10 minutes without a signal.

Adjustable picture and sound settings that are stored in the TV's

• memory.

Component video input for high definition TV programming (HDTV

• ready), resolution up to 720P, 1080i.

5 preset stereo equalizer modes; 1 mode for end user settings.

Automatic Picture Control (APC) and Aspect Ratio Control (ARC) functions

• for end user customization of viewing preferences.

Built-in 3D comb filter and 3D de-interlacing for best possible picture quality.

7

Dimensions

U n i t : m m

8

Ports

Video Input device

DVD player

Satellite receiver

Set top box

VIDEO Input device

Digital Camera

Satellite receiver

Set top box

10

Control Buttons

These buttons control your TV’s basic features, including the on-screen menu. To use advanced features you must use the remote control.

P O W E R :

turn the LCD TV on or off.

S O U R C E :

set up the input source ( PC, AV, SV, TV, CV ).

M E N U :

display the main menu.

C H A N N E L

( d o w n o r u p ) :

change the channel.

V O L U M E ( + / - ) :

increase or decrease the volume.

A S P E C T R A T I O :

set up the display output mode (Normal, Periscope, Zoom or Full).

Remote sensor

Aim the remote control towards this region of the TV for optimal reception.

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Accessories

Remote Control

13

Power Control

POWER button

Selecting the primary signal source

button

AV button

SV button

CV button

Turn the TV on or off

Switch to AV (composite) mode.

Switch to S-Video mode.

Switch to CV (component) mode (Y/Pb/Cb,

Y/Pr/Cr).

PC

Menu Settings

button

MENU/ENTER button

TITLE/EXIT button

Changing Channels

UP button

DOWN button

0~9 ; +100 button

RETURN button

Sound Control

button

VOL-

Display the on-screen menu or enter a submenu

Display the current channel; Display the current primary signal source; Exit a menu or sub-menu

Press Up to change the channel

Press Down to change the hannel.

To manually select channels.

Return to previously viewed channel.

MUTE

MTS button

Decrease

AUDIO button

Cycle through stereo, mono or separate audio program (SAP) multi-channel sound services.

Toggle audio source between main display and PIP.

PIP Control

TREBLE button

BASS

SUBWOOFER button

ON/OFF button

Adjust treble levels. levels.

Enable/Disable the subwoofer.

TV AV SV CV button SIZE button

POSITION button

Enable/Disable PIP viewing window. Press again to make the sub display disappear.

Select PIP input source. PIP must be enabled.

Toggle PIP window size.

Move the PIP window to Top Left, Top Right,

Bottom Right, Bottom Left, Repeat

Other Functions

SWAP button

RESET button

ARC button (Aspect Ratio Control)

APC button (Automatic Picture Control)

Make the PIP display the main display and vice versa.

Return to the original factory settings.

In PC mode, set the picture mode to full screen or normal screen. In Video mode, toggle the picture mode between normal, full, periscope, zoom

Toggle screen luminosity between Normal,

Clear, Dark and Theater modes.

Select a preset time for automatic power SLEEP button down.

V-CHIP button

C.C

ADD button

ERASE button

Enter the parental control menu.

Add a channel to the memorized channel list.

Delete a channel from the memorized channel list.

Controls & Adjustment

A. General Adjustment

Turning the LCD TV On and Off

Plug the power cable into the socket located on the right rear of the LCD TV.

Press the

P O W E R

button on the Remote Control or use the Power button located within the control buttons panel found on top of the TV.

An indicator light shows as follows:

Power On (TV, Video mode)

Power off

PC mode

Power Saving (PC mode)

---

---

---

No light

--- Red light

Green light

Amber light

Note: The TV will automatically power off if no signal is detected for 10 minutes.

Viewing the Menus and On-Screen Displays

Viewing the Menus

1.

With the power on, press the

M E N U

Button.

The main menu appears on the screen.

H

NTSC

31.2 kHz V 50.2 Hz

2.

Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to scroll through menu options. Then press the

E N T E R

button to access sub-menu items. Press the

E X I T

button to exit from any Menu.

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Switching PC/Composite/S-Video/TV/Component Modes

Power

1. Turn on the power.

2. Select an input source as described below:

TV

button to switch to TV mode.

PC

button to switch to PC mode (VGA).

AV

button to switch to Composite mode.

SV

button to switch to S-Video mode.

CV

button to switch to Component mode (Y, Pb/Cb,

Pr/Cr).

Switching Language Modes

1.

Press the

MENU

button to display the main menu.

2.

Press the

ENTER

button to enter

Management.

Press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to select the

Language

sub-menu, then press the

ENTER

button.

H

NTSC

31.2 kHz V 50.2 Hz

3.

Press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to select the desired language mode then press the

ENTER

button to confirm the language selection.

4.

Press the

EXIT

button to exit from the OSD

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Setting the Sleep Timer

You can set the Sleep Timer to automatically turn off the LCD TV.

1.

Press the

S L E E P

button to display the Sleep

Timer screen.

2.

Toggle the

S L E E P

button to set the sleep timer

( i n 30 minute i n t e r v a l s ) .

30 min | 60 min | 90 min | OFF

Note:

The Sleep Timer screen automatically disappears in 3 seconds.

Auto Power Off

The TV will automatically power off if no signal is detected for 10 minutes.

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How to enter Menu Items

1.

Press the

MENU

button to display the main menu screen.

(

AV ) ( Off )

( No )

NTSC

31.2 kHz V 50.2 Hz H

2.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to toggle through the menu options. Then press the

ENTER

button to access sub-menu items.

3.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to make adjustments.

4.

Press the

EXIT

button to return to the previous screen or exit from the Menu.

Adjusting the Volume

Using Volume Control

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to increase or decrease the volume level.

Using Mute

At any time, you can temporarily turn off the sound using the Mute button.

1.

Press the

MUTE

button and the sound turns off.

2.

Press the

MUTE

button or

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

buttons to turn the sound back to the previous level.

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Adjusting the Contrast & Brightness Settings

Each viewing mode supports separate adjustments for brightness and contrast levels.

PC mode is best viewed with lower brightness and contrast levels as compared to other modes.

1.

Press the

M E N U

button to display the main menu.

H

NTSC

31.2 kHz V

(

No )

50.2 Hz

2.

Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to move the cursor to the

Picture Adjust

menu.

3.

Press the

E N T E R

button to access the sub-menu.

Use the up or down arrows to select an item.

4.

Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to set the level of the desired item.

+

Contrast

+

+

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5. Press the

EXIT

button to return to the previous screen or exit.

Adjusting Picture Settings

1. Press the

M E N U

button to display the main menu.

(

PC ) ( Off )

( No )

2. Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to move the cursor to the

Picture Adjust

menu.

Cool Neut. Warm User

3. Press the

E N T E R

button to access the sub-menu.

4.

Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to select

Color temp.

5.

Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to set the desired temperature (Cool, Neut. , Warm, User ).

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5.1 If selecting

User,

press the

E N T E R

button to enter the

User Color Adjust

sub-menu.

5.2 Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to access the the desired color option

(R, G, B)

5.3 Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to set the color level.

(R, G, B)

+

+

+

6.

Press the

E X I T

button to return to the previous screen or exit.

Adjusting PC Settings

( PC ) ( Off )

H

( No )

NTSC

31.2 kHz V 50.2 Hz

2.

Press the

VOL (+)/ VOL (-)

button to move the cursor.

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3.

Press the

E N T E R

button to access the sub-menu.

4.

Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to access the desired item.

5.

Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to set the desired item.

H Position

V Position

+

+

Cloc k

+

6.

To let the display automatically set these values, select

Auto Image

from the sub-menu.

No Yes

7. Press the

E X I T

button to return to the previous screen or exit.

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Adjusting Audio Settings

1.

Press the

M E N U

button to display the main menu.

H

(

No )

NTSC

31.2 kHz V 50.2 Hz

2.

Press the

VOL( + )

or

VOL (- )

button to move the cursor to the

Audio Adjust

menu.

POP

Classic

JAZZ

User

ROCK

Normal

There are 6 equalizer modes as shown below:

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3.

Personal equalizer preferences can be adjusted via the

User

and

Normal

modes.

( a )

Press the

E N T E R

button to enter the

Audio

Adjust

menu. Press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to access the

Equalizer

sub-menu. Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

(b) Press the

E N T E R

button to enter

User

or

Normal

mode, then press the

VO L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to set the desired equalizer frequencies as well as treble and bass levels.

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Main

( No

Yes No

4.

Press the

E X I T

button to return to the previous screen or exit.

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Viewing Picture-in-Picture ( PIP)

PIP:

While viewing content on the main display, you have the option to select a secondary signal as a sub-display in a picture in picture window. This feature allows you to watch two video sources simultaneously.

Activating Picture-in-Picture

1.

Press the

M E N U

button to display the main menu. Press the

E N T E R

button to enter the management menu.

2.

Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to select the

PIP Display

sub-menu item, then press the

VOL(+ )

or

VOL(-)

button to select the PIP source signal.

(

No )

H

NTSC

31.2 kHz V

PC AV SV CV

50.2 Hz

TV

3. Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to move the cursor to the

PIP

menu.

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4.

Press the

E N T E R

button to access the PIP sub-menu.

5.

Press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to select the desired

PIP function.

6.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to set the desired

PIP function.

Sharpness

+

+

+

+

+

+

7. Press the

EXIT

button to return to the previous screen or exit from the Menu.

Quick way to access the PIP menu:

Simply press the

PIP 'ON/OFF' button on the remote control.

Selecting a source for PIP display

Press the PIP

ON/OFF

button on the remote control to display the PIP window. Then press either the

TV, AV, SV, or CV

PIP button to select the source.

Changing the position of the PIP Window

Press the PIP

POSITION

button repeatedly to move the

PIP window from corner to corner of the screen

Changing the Size of the PIP Window

Press the PIP

SIZE

button repeatedly to alternate the size of PIP window.

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C. TV Mode Adjustment

Adjusting the TV settings

3.

Press the

MENU

button to display the main menu.

4.

Press the

ENTER

button to enter the

Management

menu, then press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to select the

Main Display (TV)

sub-menu.

TV )

Off )

H

NTSC

31.2 kHz

V

( No )

50.2 Hz

PC TV

1.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to select the desired

TV

source.

4.

Press the

EXIT

button to return to the previous screen, then press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to select the

TV Setting

menu.

5.

Press the

ENTER

button to access the

TV Setting

menu.

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6.

item.

Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to select the desired

7.

item.

Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to set the desired

8.

Press the

E X I T

button to return to the previous screen or exit from the Menu.

Sound Options

Choosing a Multi-Channel Sound (MTS)

Soundtrack

Depending on the particular program being broadcast, you may be able to listen to a stereo, mono, or Separate Audio

Program (SAP) source. (SAP audio is usually a foreign-language translation).

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Adjusting Picture Settings

1.

Press the

MENU

button to display the main menu.

2.

Press the

ENTER

button to enter the

Management

menu. Press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to select the

Main Display (TV)

sub-menu.

PC AV SV CV TV

3.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to select the desired

Main Display

source.

4.

Press the

EXIT

button to return to the previous screen.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to access the

Picture

Adjust

menu, then Press the

ENTER

button.

5.

Press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to select the desired item.

6.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to set the desired item.

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+

+

+

Saturation +

7. Press the

E X I T

button to return to the previous it f th M

Memorizing Channels

Your TV can memorize and store all of the available channels for both standard broadcast (antenna) and cable channels. After the available channels are memorized, press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to view stored channels. You can also view any channel

(even non-memorized) by directly entering the channel digits via the remote control.

There are three steps to memorizing channels:

1. Selecting a video signal source; 2. Memorizing the available channels (automatically);

3.

Adding/Deleting channels (manually)

Selecting the video signal source

V O L ( - )

U P

V O L ( + )

M E N U / E N T E R

T I T L E / E X I T

D O W N

Before your television can begin to memorize available channels, you must specify the type of signal source that is connected to the TV (i.e., an

OTA antenna or a cable system).

1.

Press the

M E N U

button to display the main menu.

2.

Press the

E N T E R

button to enter the

Management

menu. Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to select the

Main

Display (TV)

sub menu.

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3.

Press the

VO L ( + )

or

VO L ( - )

button to select your

TV

source. Press the

E X I T

button to return to the previous screen.

4.

Press the

VO L ( + )

or

VO L ( - )

button to access the

TV

Setting

menu.

Note:

1.

ANT

is Over The Air

(OTA) broadcast television that is public domain or free for viewing.

2.

STD, IRC

and

HRC

are all formats of cable

TV. Contact your cable provider to find out which format is used in your area.

T/CATV o Scan

Erase/Add

P t C

Captio

Fi T

( ANT ) (

No … ) (

Add )

( Off )

ANT STD IRC HRC

5.

Press the

E N T E R

button to access

TV Setting.

6.

Press the

VO L ( + )

or

VO L ( - )

button to select the desired format.

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Memorizing Channels (Automatic Method)

First, select the correct signal source as described in the previous step. Then perform the following actions:

1. Press the

M E N U

button to display the main menu.

2.

Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to select the

TV Setting

menu item.

3.

Press the

E N T E R

button to access the

TV Setting.

4.

Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to move the cursor to the

Auto Scan (No)

sub-menu.

5.

Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to select

“Yes”.

The TV will automatically cycle through all of the available channels and store them in memory. This may take a few minutes.

6.

After all of the available channels are stored the main menu reappears.

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Adding and Erasing Channels (Manual Method)

1.

Press the

MENU

button to display the main menu.

2.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to select the

TV

Setting

menu.

3.

Press the

ENTER

button to access the

TV Setting.

4.

Press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to move the cursor to the

Erase/Add (Add)

sub-menu.

TV

Add

5.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to toggle

Add/

Erase

then press the

ENTER

button.

6.

You can also press the

ADD

or

ERASE

buttons on the remote control to add or erase channels directly.

Any channel, including an erased channel, can be viewed by directly entering the channel numbers through the remote control. Channels that have been erased are unable to be viewed using the channel up or channel down arrows on the remote control.

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Changing the Channel

This LCD TV tuner provides the ability to display up to 125 channels (1 to 125).

To select a channel, enter the channel number using 1 to 3 digit numbers.

NUMBER

BUTTONS

R E T U R N

UP

TITLE/EXIT

DOWN

Using the Channel Up/Down Buttons

Press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to change channels.

When you press the

UP

or

DOWN

button, the TV changes channel in sequence. Channels not previously memorized or manually added won't be accessible in this manner.

Directly Accessing Channels

Enter the channel number using the numeric buttons to go directly to the channel desired.

For example, to go to channel 27, press

“2”,

then

“7”.

The TV will change to channel 27.

Using the direct access method you can access any available channel including non-memorized and erase channels. To select a channel over 100, press the +100 button. (For example, to go to channel

122, press

“+100”,

then

“2”,

and

“2”

again).

Using Parental Controls

The

Parent Control

feature allows you to block channels from being viewed unless an unlock PIN code is entered.

Before Parent Control restrictions can be utilized, you must first create a PIN number.

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Setting Up Your Personal ID Number (PIN)

1.

Press the

M E N U

button to display the main menu.

2.

Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to select the

TV Setting

menu.

3.

Press the

E N T E R

button to enter the

TV Setting

menu.

4.

Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to select the

Parent Control

sub-menu then press the the

E N T E R

button.

Please Enter Pin : ---

-------

5.

The

“Please Enter Pin:”

screen will appear.

Input your 4 digit PIN here. The factory default

PIN code is 1234.

6.

After entering a valid PIN number, the

Parent

Control

sub-menu screen will appear. Press the

U P o r D O W N

button to select

“Change PIN”.

---

Please Enter New Pin :

-------

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VOL(-)

UP

VOL(+)

7. Press

ENTER

to access the

Please Enter New Pin:

screen. Enter any 4 digit sequence for your new PIN.

Change Pin OK!!

MENU/ENTER

TITLE/EXIT

As soon as the 4 digits are entered, the “Change Pin

OK!!”

screen appears. Your new PIN has been accepted. Press the

EXIT

button to exit.

How to Enable / Disable Parental Controls

1.

Press the

MENU

button to display the main menu.

2.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to select the

TV

Setting

menu.

3.

Press the

ENTER

button to access

TV Setting.

4.

Press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to move the cursor to the

Parent Control

sub-menu, then press the

ENTER

button.

5.

The

“Please Enter Pin:”

screen will appear. Input your 4 digit PIN number.

( On )

( TV-G ) (

PG 13.

)

Off On

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6.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to select

On,

then press the

ENTER

button .The

“TV Rating”

and

”MPAA”

controls will lock out the channels that your specify. If you want to disable the Parent

Control Function, select

Off

on

“Parent Control".

Any blocked programs will immediately become viewable.

How to Set up Restrictions Using the “TV Rating”

Set up a personal identification number (PIN), then enable the Parent Control option.

(See previous section). There are two forms of parental controls supported by this LCD television. The first method is through TV Guidelines. The second uses MPAA Ratings.

1.

Press the

MENU

button to display the main menu.

2.

Press the

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)

button to select the

TV

Setting

menu.

3.

Press the

ENTER

button to access

TV Setting.

4.

Press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to move the cursor to the

VOL (-)

UP

VOL (+)

MENU/ENTER

Parent Control

sub-menu, then press the

ENTER

button.

5.

The

“Please Enter Pin:”

screen will appear. Input your 4 digit PIN number.

TITLE/EXIT

6. After entering a valid PIN number, the

Parent

DOWN

Control

screen will appear. Press the

UP

or

DOWN

button to select

“TV Rating (TV-G)”.

V

P C

PIP

Parent Control

T V- Rating

MPAA

Change Pin

Parent Control

( On )

( TV-G )

( PG 13. )

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TV-Y

Young children

TV-Y7

Children 7 and over

TV-G

General audience

TV-PG

Parental guidance

TV-14

Viewers 14 and over

TV-MA

Mature audience

TV

TV-Rating

B/U FV D L S V

TV-Y -------

TV-Y7 -- B -- -- -- --

TV-G B ------

TV-PG B B B B B --

TV-14 B B B B B --

TV-MA B -- -- B B B

7.

The

“TV Rating”

screen will appear. Press the

U P

or

DOWN

button to select a particular TV category.

Press the

ENTER

button to select “B” for blocking.

8.

Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to select a particular

TV level of restriction. Press

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

to select a category of restriction. Press the

Enter

button to select "B" for blocked or "U" for unblocked.

FV :

Fantasy violence

D :

Sexual suggestive dialog

L :

Adult language

TV-Y

TV-Rating

B/U FV D L S V

U -- -- -- -- --

S :

Sexual situation

TV-Y7 U B -----

TV-G U -- -- -- -- --

V :

Violence

U B B B --

TV-14 B B B B B --

TV-MA B -- -- B B B

Note: The Parental controls will automatically block categories that are of a higher restriction. For example, if you block a TV-PG category, then TV-14 and TV-MA content will automatically be blocked.

If the channel is turned to a restricted channel, the parental controls will block it. The screen will turn blue and the following message will appear:

Parent Control working Level:

TV-G

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How to set up Restrictions using the “MPAA”

The MPAA ratings system for parental controls uses the Motion Picture Association of

America (MPAA) ratings system for movies. When the parental controls are enabled, the TV will automatically block any programs that are coded with MPAA ratings codes that you deem objectionable.

1.

Press the

M E N U

button to display the main menu.

2.

Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to select the

TV Setting

menu.

3.

Press the

E N T E R

button to access

TV Setting.

4.

Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to move the cursor to the

Parent Control

sub-menu, then press the

E N T E R

button.

5.

The

“Please Enter Pin:”

screen will appear. Input your 4 digit PIN number.

6.

After entering a valid PIN number the

Parent

Control

screen will appear. Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to select

“MPAA (PG-13)”,

then press the

E N T E R

button.

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B/U

G B PG B

PG 13 B

R .B

NC17 B

X

B

..

7. Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to select a particular MPAA rating. Press the

E N T E R

button to select either "B" or "U".

Press the

E N T E R

key to confirm your selection.

(B: Block; U: Unblock)

PG13 :

Parents strongly cautioned. by an adult.

NC17 :

No Children

X

Note: The parental controls will automatically block MPAA ratings that are of a higher restriction. For example if you block "PG13" programs, then "R", "NC17" and "X" content will automatically be blocked.

If the channel is turned to a restricted channel, the parental controls will block it. The screen will turn blue and the following message will appear:

Parent Control working Level: ”

MPAA PG13

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Viewing Closed Captions

This LCD TV has the ability to decode and display closed caption content if supported by the program. These captions are usually used for the hearing impaired or for foreign language translations. Most VCR's can record the closed caption signal from television programs. Most pre-recorded commercial videotapes also provide closed captioning as well. Refer to the closed caption symbol within your television programming guide and on the videotape packaging in order to properly configure the closed captioning function:

Note: Closed captioning doesn't work with DVD's.

1.

Press the

M E N U

button to display the main menu.

2.

Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to select the

TV Setting

menu.

3.

Press the

E N T E R

button to access

TV Setting.

4.

Press the

U P

or

D O W N

button to move the cursor to the

Caption

sub-menu.

CC1 CC2 CC3 CC4 TT1 TT2

TT3 TT4 OFF

5. Press the

V O L ( + )

or

V O L ( - )

button to select a

“Caption

”or

“Text”

mode. If you don’t want to display closed captions then select

Off.

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D. Other Functions

1.

UP/DOWN:

ƒ

Under TV mode,

UP/DOWN

keys are for changing channels.

UP/DOWN

keys are for selecting items.

2.

VOL (+)

or

VOL (-):

ƒ

Under any display mode,

“VOL (+)

or

VOL (-) ”

are for adjusting sound volume.

ƒ

When entering the OSD, the

“VOL (+) or VOL (-)”

buttons are used for selecting menu options. When entering sub-menu items, the

“VOL (+)

or

VOL (-)”

buttons are for adjusting functions.

3.

ARC

(Aspect Ratio Control):

ƒ

Normal:

sets the aspect ratio to 4:3, as used in traditional TV programs. Black bars will be visible on the left and right sides of the image.

ƒ

Periscope:

Expands 4:3 video sources to fit the 16:9 display by stretching the image horizontally to fill the screen.

ƒ

Zoom:

Some DVD movies may not fill the top and bottom of the display. The zoom function extends the height to fill the screen by stretching the image vertically.

ƒ

Full:

This mode expands 4:3 video sources both vertically and horizontally to fill the entire screen while keeping the original aspect ratio.

4.

APC

(Automatic Picture Control):

Automatic Picture Control allows you to easily set the screen luminosity based upon your environment. If in a well lit viewing area it may be necessary to turn up the screen intensity via the APC "Clear" setting to make the image viewable. Likewise if in a dark viewing area it may be necessary to turn down the screen intensity via the APC "Dark" setting. Toggle the

APC

button to scroll through the four APC modes to select the mode that best suits your situation.

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5.

M T S

(Multi-Television-Sound):

ƒ

There are three supported MTS modes: “Mono”, “Stereo” or “SAP” (Secondary

Audio Program)

ƒ

This LCD TV has the ability to decode stereo or SAP broadcasts.

6.

R E S E T :

ƒ

Under PC mode, the reset button restores the following settings to factory values:

(Brightness, Contrast, Color, Temp, Volume, Treble, Bass, and Balance)

ƒ

Under Video mode, the reset button restores the following settings to factory values:

(Brightness, Contrast, Hue, Saturation, Sharpness, Volume, Treble, Bass, and Balance)

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Troubleshooting

There is no picture or sound.

ƒ

Make sure the AC adapter is properly inserted into the power outlet.

ƒ

Verify that there is a valid source signal

ƒ

Make sure the input mode is set to TV.

ƒ

Make sure the TV is powered on.

There is no picture in AV mode.

Make sure the BRIGHTNESS is properly adjusted.

ƒ

The florescent lamp may have reached the end of its life. Contact an authorized service center.

ƒ

Make sure the video source is plugged into the composite video-in port.

There is no sound

ƒ

Make sure the volume is not set to minimum.

ƒ

Make sure the sound is not muted.

ƒ

Make sure that headphones are not connected.

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Picture is light or improperly tinted.

ƒ

Check the Hue, Saturation and Color adjustments.

ƒ

Reset the TV to the factory default settings.

ƒ

Select a different APC mode.

ƒ

Check the Picture and Brightness adjustments.

ƒ

The fluorescent lamp may have reached the end of its life. Contact an authorized service center.

Remote control does not work.

ƒ

Install new batteries.

ƒ

Make sure the remote sensor window isn't blocked

ƒ

Make sure the AC adapter is properly inserted into the power outlet.

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The picture is not sharp.

ƒ

The source signal may be weak.

ƒ

Your provider may be experiencing difficulties.

ƒ

Check your input connections.

The picture moves.

ƒ

The source signal may be weak.

ƒ

Your provider may be experiencing difficulties.

ƒ

Check your input connections.

The picture is doubled or tripled.

The picture is spotted.

ƒ

There may be interference from other appliances nearby or around the LCD TV.

ƒ

There may be interference between the source cable and the power cable. Make sure they don't touch.

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ƒ

There may be interference from other appliances.

ƒ

There may be interference between the video source cable and the power cable. Make sure the power and video cables are not touching.

ƒ

Check the Hue, Saturation and Color adjustments.

Note:

If an issue cannot be immediately resolved, unplug the power cord for 8~10 seconds.

Then check again to see if the TV is operating normally. It may be necessary to perform a factory reset to solve some issues.

To initiate a factory reset, perform the following steps:

1.

Press down and hold the

CH Up

button located on top of the LCD TV.

2.

Press the

Power

button on the remote control until the LED light turns on.

3.

Keep holding the

CH Up

button until “RESET” appears on the screen.

4.

The factory reset is now complete. Check again to see if the TV is back to normal.

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Panel

TV Function

Video Input

PC Input

(analog)

Audio Input

Audio Output

Feature

Power

Panel Tilt

Dimension

Weight (net)

Accessories

Specifications

27” LCD TV Spec For USA

ITEMS

Screen Size

Aspect Ratio

Display Area (opening) H x V

Pixel Pitch

Display colors

Contrast Ratio

Brightness

Viewing Angle

Response Time

TV standard

TV Tuning System

SPECIFICATION

27.0” TFT-LCD Panel

16 : 9

597mm x 336 mm

0.46mm x 0.46 mm

16,777,216 colors

600 : 1 (typ.)

500 cd / m

2

(typ.)

Hor= 170 o

(typ.) Vert= 170 o

(typ.)

Tr =15ms (typ.) Tf = 10ms (typ.)

NTSC

PLL 181 Ch.

CATV 125Ch.

Composite Signal

Y, C Signal

Component Signal

Signal Connection

PnP compatibility

Scanning Frequency

Recommended

HDTV Ready (via D-Sub 15Pin)

Audio 1

Audio 2

Audio 3

Speaker ( build-in )

Headphone

Line Out

Subwoofer Out

OSD Language

Function Keys

CVBS

S – Video

Y , Cb/Pb ,Cr/Pr (HDTV Ready)

D-Sub 15 pin

DDC / 2B fH = 31.5 ~ 60KHz / fV = 56 ~ 75Hz

1024 x 768 ( 60Hz)

720P , 1080i

CVBS & S-Video x 1

Y , Cb/Pb ,Cr/Pr x 1

PC

10W +10W (rms)

Headphone Mini -jack (3.5

φ

)

RCA -Jack (L / R )

RCA -Jack

(detachable cable) x 1

English, French , German , Spanish , Chinese ,

Power, Source , Menu , Up/Down(Channel) ,

+/-(Volume) , Aspect .

Others

PIP, VOV, 3D De-interlace, 3D comb-filter, V-chip,

Close caption, Equalizer, Sleep time, Auto power off.

Power Supply

Power Consumption

AC 100V ~ 240V , 50 / 60Hz

< 140 W

- 5 o

/ + 15 o

/ ± 180 o

Forwards / Backwards / Rotation

W x H x D

Without Accessories

841 mm * 500mm * 266mm

14.5 kg

Remote controller, Batteries, AC power cord, D-SUB cable

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Panel

TV Function

Video Input

PC Input

(analog)

Audio Input

Audio Output

Feature

Power

Panel Tilt

Dimension

Weight (net)

Accessories

30” LCD TV Spec For USA

ITEMS

Screen Size

Aspect Ratio

Display Area (opening) H x V

Pixel Pitch

Display colors

Contrast Ratio

Brightness

Viewing Angle

Response Time

TV standard

TV Tuning System

29.6” TFT-LCD Panel

15 : 9

643mm x 385 mm

0.50mm x 0.50 mm

16,777,216 colors

600 : 1 (typ.)

500 cd / m

2

(typ.)

Hor= 170 o

(typ.) Vert= 170 o

(typ.)

Tr =15ms (typ.) Tf = 10ms (typ.)

NTSC

PLL 181 Ch.

SPECIFICATION

CATV 125Ch.

Composite Signal

Y, C Signal

Component Signal

Signal Connection

PnP compatibility

Scanning Frequency

Recommended

HDTV Ready (via D-Sub 15Pin)

Audio 1

Audio 2

Audio 3

Speaker ( build-in )

Headphone

Line Out

Subwoofer Out

OSD Language

CVBS

S – Video

Y , Cb/Pb ,Cr/Pr (HDTV Ready)

D-Sub 15 pin (detachable cable)

DDC / 2B fH = 31.5 ~ 60KHz / fV = 56 ~ 75Hz

1024 x 768 ( 60Hz)

720P , 1080i

CVBS & S-Video x 1

Y , Cb/Pb ,Cr/Pr x 1

PC

RCA -Jack x 1

10W +10W (rms)

Headphone Mini -jack (3.5

φ

)

RCA -Jack (L / R )

English, French , German , Spanish , Chinese ,

Function Keys

Power, Source , Menu , Up/Down(Channel) ,

+/-(Volume) , Aspect .

Others

PIP, VOV, 3D De-interlace, 3D comb-filter, V-chip,

Close caption, Equalizer, Sleep time, Auto power off.

Power Supply

Power Consumption

Forwards / Backwards / Rotation

W x H x D

Without Accessories

AC 100V ~ 240V , 50 / 60Hz

< 150 W

- 5 o

/ + 15 o

/ ± 180 o

890 mm * 528mm * 266mm

15.2 kg

Remote controller, Batteries, AC power cord, D-SUB cable

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