Owner`s Guide - Hitachi

Owner`s Guide - Hitachi

Revision 052411

Thank you for purchasing this Hitachi product. Please read these instructions carefully.

For additional assistance please call 800.HITACHI (800.448.2244) or visit our website at www.hitachi.us/tv.

Keep this owners guide for future reference.

Record the model name and serial number of your LCD Television for future reference.

This information is located on the back and right side of the television.

MODEL NAME. ________________________ SERIAL NO. ___________________________

TABLE OF CONTENTS

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................. 2-5

FIRST TIME USE .................................................................................................................... 6-19

THE REMOTE CONTROL .................................................................................................... 20-29

ON-SCREEN DISPLAY ......................................................................................................... 30-48

USEFUL INFORMATION ...................................................................................................... 49-54

LIMITED WARRANTY .......................................................................................................... 55-56

END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR HITACHI DTV SOFTWARE .............................. 57-61

APPENDIXES .............................................................................................................................62

INDEX .........................................................................................................................................63

Important Safety Instructions

SAFETY POINTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUR HITACHI LCD TELEVISION

Our reputation has been built on the quality, performance, and ease of service of Hitachi LCD televisions.

Safety is also foremost in our minds in the design of these units. To help you operate these products properly, this section illustrates safety tips which will be of benefit to you. Please read it carefully and apply the knowledge you obtain from it to the proper operation of your Hitachi LCD television.

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of a sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to a person.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.

13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.

14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

15. Televisions are designed to comply with the recommended safety standards for tilt and stability. Do not apply excessive pulling force to the front, or top, of the cabinet which could cause the product to overturn resulting in product damage and/or personal injury.

16. Follow instructions for wall, shelf or ceiling mounting as recommended by the manufacturer.

17. An outdoor antenna should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electrical circuits.

18. If an outside antenna is connected to the receiver be sure the antenna 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 for the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding connectors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes and requirements for the grounding electrode.

19. Wall Mount Bracket – For use only with UL Listed Wall

Mount Bracket with minimum weight/load: Please see

pages 8, 53 and 54 for further details.

20. The equipment shall be used at maximum ambient temperature of 95°F.

READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT

Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this LCD television.

1. Read these instructions.

2. Keep these instructions.

3. Heed all warnings.

4. Follow all instructions.

5. Do not use this apparatus near water.

6. Clean only with dry cloth.

7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.

10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use

NOTE

To the CATV system installer: This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-44 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.

POWER SOURCE

This LCD television is designed to operate on 120 volts 60

Hz, AC current. Insert the power cord into a 120 volts 60 Hz outlet. The mains plug is used as the disconnect device and shall remain readily operable.

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Important Safety Instructions

To prevent electric shock, do not use the LCD television’s

(polarized) plug with an extension cord, receptacle, or other outlet unless the blades and ground terminal can be fully inserted to prevent blade exposure.

Never connect the LCD television to 50 Hz, direct current, or anything other than the specified voltage.

This television’s factory default settings as shipped meet

ENERGY STAR requirements.

Please see the Energy Options section of this owners guide for more energy saving tips.

CAUTION

• Adjust only those controls that are covered in the instructions, as improper changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hitachi could void the user’s warranty.

WARNING

• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.

• The LCD television should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the television.

• This apparatus shall be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.

PUBLIC VIEWING OF COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL

Public viewing of programs broadcast by TV stations and cable companies, as well as programs from other sources, may require prior authorization from the broadcaster or owner of the video program material.

This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized, and is intended for home and other limited paper-view uses only unless otherwise authorized.

Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

NOTICE

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.

• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.

MODIFICATIONS

The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by Hitachi America, Ltd. may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

CABLES

Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods to maintain compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations.

Any cables or power code supplied with the system must be replaced with identical parts in order to assure compliance with FCC rules.

You may order those replacement parts from Hitachi.

This LCD Television receiver will display television closed captioning, ( or ), in accordance with paragraph

15.119 and 15.122 of the FCC rules.

DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions :

(1) This device may not cause harmful interference and

(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

For questions regarding this declaration, contact:

Hitachi America, Ltd.

900 Hitachi Way

Chula Vista, CA 91914-3556

Tel. 800.448.2244(800.HITACHI)

ATTN: Customer Relations

LEAD NOTICE

This product contains lead. Dispose of this product in accordance with applicable environmental laws. For product recycling and disposal information, contact your local government agency or www.eRecycle.org (in California), the

Electronic Industries Alliance at www.eiae.org (in the U.S.) or the Electronic Product Stewardship Canada at www.epsc.ca

(in Canada). For more information, call 800.HITACHI.

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Important Safety Instructions

Congratulations on your purchase!

As you enjoy your new product, please keep these safety tips on mind:

HITACHI CARES!

• The consumer electronics industry is committed to making home entertainment enjoyable and safe.

• Please note the American Academy of Pediatrics discourages television viewing for children younger than two years of age.

• The home theater entertainment experience is a growing trend and larger flat displays are popular purchases. However, flat panel displays are not always supported on the proper stands or installed according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

• Flat Panel displays that are inappropriately situated on dresser, bookcases, shelves, desks, speakers, chest or carts may fall over and cause injury.

TUNE INTO SAFETY

• One size does NOT fit all. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for the safe installation and use of your flat panel display.

• Carefully read and understand all enclosed instructions for proper use of this product.

• Don’t allow children to climb on or play with furniture and television sets.

• Don’t place flat panel displays on furniture that can easily be used as steps, such as a chest of drawers.

• Remember that children can become excited while watching a program, especially on a “larger than life” flat panel display. Care should be taken to place or install the display where it cannot be pushed, pulled over, or knocked down.

• Care should be taken to route all cords and cables connected to the flat panel display so that they cannot be pulled or grabbed by curious children.

• Use a mount that has been recommended by the display manufacturer and/or listed by an independent laboratory (such as UL, CSA, ETL).

• Follow all instructions supplied by the display and wall mount manufacturers.

• If you have any doubts about your ability to safely install your flat panel display, contact your retailer about professional installation.

• Make sure that the wall where you are mounting the display is appropriate. Some wall mounts are not designed to be mounted to walls with steel studs or old cinder block construction. If you are unsure, contact a professional installer.

• A minimum of two people are required for installation. Flat panel displays can be heavy.

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Important Safety Instructions

Do not place the unit on uneven surfaces, this may drop or damage the unit, it may also cause personal injury.

Unplug immediately if any foreign materials falls into the TV or if the TV fell down.

Do not cover or block any vents and openings of the TV. Inadequate ventilation may shorten the life of the display unit and cause overheating.

Unplug immediately if there is a malfunction on the TV like no picture, no video/audio or if there is smoke and bad odor coming from the TV.

Do not open the TV cabinet.

Avoid direct sunlight, dusty, high humidity and smokey locations.

Do not throw any objects inside the

TV like metals, coins or any other flammable materials.

Remember to unplug the power cord from the AC outlet before cleaning.

Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners to clean the display.

Do not place the TV near water, such as a bathtub, shower rooms, kitchen sink, laundry tub or swimming pool.

Avoid liquid containers on top of the unit.

Do not place the TV in confined spaces or inside a box when the TV is operating.

Make sure to unplug the TV when not in use for a long period of time (days).

Do not pick up or handle the TV from where the TV connects to the stand.

Injury may occur if the TV is picked up or handled from this area.

4 inch

Notice for Remote Control

Avoid dropping the unit.

Avoid liquids on it.

Avoid aerosol cleaners.

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Accessories

Check to make sure you have the following accessories before disposing of the packing material.

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“AAA” Size Batteries (2)

1

Remote Control Unit

CLU-4997S

(Part No.: HL02567)

5

Stand Screws (4)

3

Owners Guide

(M6x12, Part No.: Q01G6145 1)

6

Stand Base

Thank you for purchasing this Hitachi product. Please read these instructions carefully.

Keep this owners guide for future reference.

MODEL NAME. ________________________ SERIAL NO. ___________________________

TABLE OF CONTENTS

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................. 2-5

FIRST TIME USE .................................................................................................................... 6-19

THE REMOTE CONTROL .................................................................................................... 20-29

ON-SCREEN DISPLAY ......................................................................................................... 30-48

USEFUL INFORMATION ...................................................................................................... 49-54

LIMITED WARRANTY .......................................................................................................... 55-56

END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR HITACHI DTV SOFTWARE .............................. 57-61

APPENDIXES .............................................................................................................................62

INDEX .........................................................................................................................................63

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Easy Graphic Guide

Part No.: A34T1854AFL 1L0100 &

Q15T0798201

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Hinge cover for wall mount

(Part No.: P34T0580AHG 1G01BQ)

IMPORTANT: TURN OFF THE TELEVISION AND OTHER IMPORTANTE: APAGAR EL TELEVISOR Y LOS EQUIPOS ÉTEINDRE TÉLÉVISION ET TOUTES

AUTRES COMPOSANTES EXTERNES AVANTE DE

DEBRACHER OU DE DÉBRANCHER TOUT CÂBLE.

For optional accessories, please access our web site at:

www.hitachi.us/tv

REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY INSTALLATION AND REPLACEMENT

The remote control operates on 2 “AAA” batteries.

1. Open the battery cover of the remote control by pushing and pulling it in the direction of the arrow.

2. Insert two new “AAA” size batteries for the remote control. When replacing old batteries, push them towards the springs and lift them out.

3. Match the batteries to the (+) and (-) marks in the battery compartment.

4. Insert the bottom of the battery, the (-) side, into the battery compartment first, push towards the springs and insert the top of the battery, the (+) side, into place. Do not force the battery into the battery compartment.

5. Close the battery cover, and make sure the tabs rest in the corresponding holes and push down the cover until it clicks shut.

CAUTION

• Do not insert batteries with ‘+’ and ‘-’ polarities reversed as this may cause the batteries to swell or rupture resulting in leakage.

• Never mix used and new batteries in the device.

• Replace all the batteries in the device at the same time.

• Remove the batteries if the remote control is not going to be used for an extended period of time.

• The batteries (batteries installed) shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire, etc.

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How To Install Your New Hitachi LCD Television

Take the following precautions to prevent the LCD Television from tipping over and possibly causing injury. It is important to mount the unit on a stable and flat surface.

ASSEMBLY OF THE BASE

IMPORTANT:

The base of the LCD TV must be assembled prior to use.

1. Place the TV unit face down on a soft and flat surface covered by a blanket, foam, cloth, etc. to prevent any damage or scratches to the LCD TV.

2. Carefully align and insert the Base to the TV stand post.

3. Insert the screws included with the accessories to the bottom of the base and tighten the bottom to the stand.

of the Television, and 30 cm (12 inches) from the top of the television to the ceiling. To avoid cabinet warping, cabinet color changes, and increased chance of set failure, do not place the TV where temperatures can become excessively hot, for example, in direct sunlight or near a heating appliance, etc.

10 cm

(4 inches)

30 cm (12 inches)

10 cm

(4 inches)

CAUTION WHEN MOVING THE MAIN UNIT

NOTES

• Do not block the ventilation holes of the

LCD Television. Blocking the ventilation holes might cause overheating and damage.

• In case of an abnormal symptom, unplug the power cord and contact 800.HITACHI.

• If you purchased a wall mount bracket, it is recommended that you ask for professional installation.

• Install the unit at a proper area where it does not expose anyone to any danger of hitting themselves (For example: their hands, head or face, etc.) against the edge of the unit that could cause personal injury.

SECURING TO A WALL

1. Use a metallic wire (two locations) to fasten the set to the clamping screw on the rear of the LCD TV as shown below.

2. Keep the LCD television 4 inches away from the wall, except when mounted using the wall mount bracket, and secure to the wall as shown below:

Wire

Wire

As this product is heavy, whenever it is moved, at least two people are required to transport it safely. Whenever the unit is moved, it should be lifted forward using the top and bottom on both sides of the Television for stability.

When moving the Television, lift from the corners, then support the top frame as shown below.

Please use caution when handling the left and right bottom corners of the TV, as these areas protrude slightly from the

TV’s frame. Handle this area with care to avoid damaging the unit and the possibility of personal injury.

LOCATION

Select an area where sunlight or bright indoor illumination will not fall directly on the picture screen. If so, drapes or screens can be used to reduce the reflection.

Also, be sure that the location selected allows a free flow of air to and from the perforated back cover of the set. In order to prevent an internal temperature increase, maintain a space of 10 cm (4 inches) from the sides/back

Screw

Clamp

4”

Wire

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How To Install Your New Hitachi LCD Television

WALL MOUNTING SETUP

STEP (1) : REMOVE THE STAND BASE FROM THE LCD TELEVISION

In order to remove the stand from the TV safely, please put the TV set on a soft and flat surface (blanket, foam, cloth, etc.) to prevent any damage; then remove the screws to separate the STAND from the TV. Useful dimensions for the WALL MOUNT assembly

are illustrated on page 53 and 54.

Use the screws removed from separating the

STAND to secure the hinge cover.

STEP (2) : INSTALL THE WALL MOUNT BRACKETS ON THE LCD TELEVISION USING 4 SCREWS.

Screw Length (A)

Insertion Length (B)

Screw mounting holes (4 locations) for use with a wall mount bracket.

DO NOT reuse the original screws that were in these screw mounting holes or the screws removed in STEP(1) above, as such screws are not long enough to properly secure the TV to the wall bracket. Please refer to example at right and caution below to determine proper screw length.

Spring Washer (C)

Plane Washer (D)

Wall Mount Bracket (E)

Wall Mount Brackets

• For Wall Mount assembly, please refer to the Installation Manual of the Wall

Mount Unit.

Example:

A = B+C+D+E

A: 14.5~16.5 mm.

B: 9.5~11.5 mm.

C: 1 mm.

D: 1 mm.

E: 3 mm.

• The screw type: Thread ISO M6 (Metric type, do not use Standard type).

CAUTION

• Ceiling mounting is not recommended. Mounting the panel on the ceiling does not provide adequate ventilation for the electronics or proper support for the front panel.

• This LCD television product is designed for a maximum tilting angle of 45 degrees from vertical.

• Insertion length (B) of the screws must be within 14.5~16.5 mm. If the length is less than specifed, the TV's weight cannot be maintained. If the length is more than specified, a space is created between the Wall Mount

Bracket and the LCD Television. This insertion length is

very important.

STEP (3) : TIPS TO CONSIDER FOR THE LOCATION OF THE LCD TELEVISION.

More than

10 cm (4").

More than

30 cm (1').

more than

2 cm (0.8") away from the wall.

CAUTION

• Do not block the ventilation holes.

In addition please keep a certain distance around the TV and make sure not to obstruct ventilation.

Blocking the ventilation holes may cause fire or defect.

• If you purchased a Wall Mount bracket, it is recommended that you ask for professional installation.

• This LCD unit features an advanced ventilation system configured for vertical installation. A knowledgeable and experienced professional technician can perform other mounting or installation orientations (e.g., horizontal, tilted) provided that you specifically inform the technician of the unit's specialized ventilation needs. Call 800.HITACHI for additional info and guidance.

CAUTION

• Although this LCD Display Panel can be installed using a variety of third party wall mounting brackets/devices, such third party brackets/devices have not been tested or approved by Hitachi for use or compatibility with this LCD Display Panel. Accordingly, Hitachi accepts no responsibility or liability for any injuries or property damage resulting from the use of such third party brackets/devices. Hitachi strongly advises that any installation of this LCD Display Panel using wall mounting brackets/devices be performed only by a qualified and experienced television installation technician who has completed a thorough evaluation of: a) the weight-bearing strength and stability of the intended wall mount surface; and b) the weight-bearing strength and compatibility of the intended wall mount brackets/device.

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Front Controls

6

7

CURSOR

5 4 3

1

INPUT Button

Press this button to access the INPUT menu.

2

CHANNEL Selector

Press these buttons until the desired channel appears in the top right corner of the TV screen. These buttons also serve as the CURSOR down ( ) and up ( ) buttons when in the MENU system.

3

VOLUME (-/+) Level

Press these buttons to adjust the sound level. The volume level will be displayed on the TV screen. These buttons also serve as the CURSOR left (◄) and right (►) buttons when in the MENU system.

4

MENU Button

This button allows you to enter the MENU, making it possible to set TV features to your preference without using the remote control. This button also serves as the

Return button when in the MENU system.

5

POWER Button

This button is for turning ON the LCD TV, in order to turn the TV On, the standby indicator must be lit red. If the indicator is off, plug the power cord into the AC outlet.

6

ACCENT Light

The Accent Light illuminates when the TV is turned on.

Its brightness can be adjusted. (See page 42.)

7

LIGHT Sensor

This area detects ambient light level for automatic screen brightness control.

8

REMOTE CONTROL Sensor

Point your remote control at this area when selecting channels, adjusting volume, etc.

2 1

9

8

9

POWER Light Indicator

To turn the TV ON, press the POWER button (

5

).

A blue indicator lamp located on the lower right corner of the front bezel illuminates to indicate the TV power is

ON.

Indicating

Lamp

Lights Red

Power

Status

OFF

(Stand-by)

Operating

Lights Blue

Quickly

Blinking Red

ON

ON

When the LCD TV is plugged to the AC outlet.

TV Power is ON; picture is shown.

The TV is powering OFF.

It will soon be in the Off

(Stand-by) state.

NOTES

• Your Hitachi LCD TV will not show any picture if there is no video input when

HDMI 1/DVI, HDMI 2/ARC, HDMI 3,

Component, or AV is selected. Instead, a message will indicate “No Signal”, and the Power Light will remain Blue until the TV is turned off or in Stand-by mode

(lights red) when not in use.

• The remote control can turn the TV On/

Off as well as control various devices and any compatible HDMI CEC devices.

• Please do not put anything around the remote control sensor.

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Side/Rear Panel Jacks

7

9

8

1 2 3

4

5

6

1

AUDIO OUT Jack

This jack provides stereo audio output from your TV to your audio device, such as an audio amplifier.

2

DIGITAL OUT (Optical Digital Audio)

This jack provides Digital Audio Output for your audio device that is RAW and PCM compatible, such as an audio amplifier.

NOTE

• The Digital Output option will gray out with all input sources, except for HDMI input and DTV with a digital program channel on the AIR/CABLE input source.

3

AIR/CABLE Terminal

To switch between Cable and Air, go to the Channels

Menu option to change the signal source for Cable or Air

(See page 45).

4

RGB/COMPONENT 2, RGB/DVI AUDIO

This RGB/COMPONENT 2 input provides PC or Y-PbPr video connection.

This RGB/DVI AUDIO input provides PC, DVI, or Y-PbPr audio connection.

To do the COMPONENT 2 connection, you will have to attach your RGB-to-COMPONENT adaptor, and select option Y-PbPr on VGA in the OSD Setup Menu. (See

page 44 for details)

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HDMI 1/DVI, HDMI 2/ARC, HDMI 3

Use these HDMI inputs for AV connection such as set top boxes or DVD players equipped with an HDMI output.

(See page 15 for reference)

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7

COMPONENT/AV: Y-P

b

P

r

Video and Audio L/R

Inputs

Component/AV provide Y-P b

P r

and Audio jacks for connecting device with this capability, such as a DVD player or set top box.

NOTES

• Your component outputs may be labeled

Y, B-Y, and R-Y. In this case, connect the components B-Y output to the TV’s P b input and the components R-Y output to the TV’s P r

input.

• Your component outputs may be labeled

Y-C b

C r

. In this case, connect the component C b

output to the TV’s P b

input and the component C r

output to the TV’s

P r

input.

• It may be necessary to adjust Tint to obtain optimum picture quality when using the Y-P b

P r

inputs (See page 32).

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USB MULTIMEDIA/SERVICE Slot

This USB slot is for use with the multimedia feature and

future software upgrades. (See page 48 for reference)

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HEADPHONE Jack

Use this jack to connect headphones.

Quick Reference Remote Control Buttons And Functions

In addition to controlling all of the functions on your Hitachi LCD TV, the new remote control is designed to operate different types of devices, such as, DVD Players, cable boxes (CBL), set top boxes, satellite receivers (SAT), VCRs and compatible

HDMI CEC DVD Players. The remote control must be programmed to control the chosen device. Please see pages 20 ~ 29 for a

complete description of all features and programming of the remote control.

POWER Button

(TV, DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)

Press this button to switch the selected device

On or Off standby.

(-) DASH/SLEEP Button

(TV, SAT/CBL, PVR/VCR, DVD)

Press this button to tune a digital channel. In

TV mode press to set your Sleep Timer from 5 minutes to 4 hours.

LAST CHANNEL Button

(TV, SAT/CBL, PVR/VCR, DVD)

Press this button to switch between the current and the last channel viewed.

VOLUME Buttons

(TV, AVR)

Press up (+) to increase or down (-) to decrease the audio level of your TV.

MENU Button

(TV, DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)

Accesses the OSD menu system.

EXIT Button

(TV, DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)

Press this button to exit the OSD menu.

CURSOR PAD/SELECT Buttons

(TV, DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)

The CURSOR PAD is used to navigate through the OSD and INPUT menu system, The Select button is used to Set/Activate highlighted menu items.

INPUT Button

(TV, AVR)

Press this button to change input.

ENERGY SAVE Button

(TV)

Press this button to set Power Consumption reduction based on three levels (Min, Med,

Max).

CONTROL Buttons

(SAT/CBL, DVD, PVR/VCR, AVR)

Control the functions of your satellite receiver, set top box, bable box, DVD, VCR, PVR and

AVR. Also Control the functions of compatible

DVD players with HDMI-CEC control.

LEGENDS

TV - Television

VCR - Video Cassete Recorder

PVR - Personal Video Recorder

DVD- Digital Video Disc Player

SAT - Satellite Receiver

CBL - Cable Box

AVR - Audio/Video Receiver

DEVICE Buttons

(TV, DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)

Press these buttons to switch between your devices.

NUMERIC Buttons

(TV, DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)

Press these buttons to manually enter the channel or for numeric entry when navigating through the OSD menu system.

ENTER Button

(TV, DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)

Press this button to use as a SELECT feature.

CHANNEL UP/DOWN Buttons

(TV, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, DVD, AVR)

Press these buttons to change the channel up or down.

MUTE Button

(TV, AVR)

Press the button to reduces the audio level to 0 or 50%, press it again to restore the audio level.

GUIDE Button

(SAT/CBL, PVR/VCR, DVD)

Press this button to access the program guide of other devices.

INFO Button

(TV, DVD, SAT/CBL, PVR/VCR)

Shows the input signal status and other information.

PICTURE MODE Button

(TV)

Picture mode can be changed, each time it is pressed, in the following sequence.

Dynamic Standard Movie Custom

Pro-Night Pro-Day Game

FAVORITE CHANNEL Button

(TV, SAT/CBL)

Press to access the Favorite Channel list.

ASPECT Button

(TV)

Press this button to change picture size.

CLOSED CAPTION (CC) Button

(TV)

Press to show and change the closed caption mode.

NOTES

• The TV’s remote control sensor is located at the right bottom corner of the TV frame. To control TV functions, please point the remote control directly at the sensor for best controlling.

• The pause button “ll” on the remote control can be used to freeze the picture on the screen, in case this button

is pressed by accident, please press it one more time to restore the moving picture.

• For HDMI CEC details, please see page 42.

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Quick Setup Guide

Perform the following steps to quickly setup your new

Hitachi LCD Television Set.

1. ANTENNA CONNECTION

Unless your LCD Television is connected to a cable TV system or to a centralized antenna system, a good outdoor color TV antenna is recommended for best performance.

However, if you are located in an exceptionally good signal area that is free from interference and multiple image ghosts, an indoor antenna may be sufficient.

VHF (75-Ohm) antenna/CATV (Cable TV)

When using a 75-Ohm coaxial cable system, connect the

CATV coaxial cable to the AIR/CABLE (75-Ohm) terminal.

Or if you have an antenna, connect the coaxial cable to the same AIR/CABLE terminal.

3. POWER ON/OFF YOUR NEW HITACHI LCD TV

Press the POWER button on the remote control or the

POWER button on the Front Control Panel to power on/off the LCD TV.

For Stand-By

Power OFF

or

CURSOR

To outdoor Antenna or

Cable TV (CATV)

System

Air/Cable

To AIR/CABLE

Terminal

NOTE

• If the Indicating lamp is off, the POWER button on the remote control will not operate. Please make sure that the power cord is plugged to the AC outlet.

4. FOLLOW THE TV SETUP WIZARD

INSTRUCTIONS ON NEXT PAGE

Rear Panel Jack

2. CONNECT YOUR NEW HITACHI LCD TV TO THE

POWER SOURCE

a). Connect the power cord to the AC outlet.

b). The Indicating Lamp will light red (Standby mode).

Indicating

Lamp

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TV Setup Wizard

For the first time after powering on your Hitachi LCD TV, the following illustration of Setup Wizard appears on the TV screen, and will guide you through the initial setup step-bystep.

The first step of the initial setup is the energy saving mode.

Here you can select either Home or Retail mode.

Setup Wizard (1/8)

Please select Home/Retail ...

Home

Retail

Home mode default settings are recommended for

Retail mode is intended for in-store display and resets video settings at AC Power On.

Move SEL Select

The Home mode is intended for home use, and will save much energy, compared to the showroom Retail mode which sets the TV to a more energy consumptive mode.

If later you want to change the mode, you can change it via the Home/Retail selection under Energy Options on the

Setup menu (See page 41).

NOTE

• Any menu or control changes in this mode will not be saved when the TV is turned off.

The second step is to set the language used for the TV On-

Screen-Display Menu.

Press the CURSOR PAD p or q on your remote control to select your language. Press the SELECT button to confirm.

Setup Wizard (2/8)

Please select language ...

English

Español

Français

Move

Previous Cancel

SEL Select

The third and fourth steps are to set the date and time.

There are two options; one for automatic time setting in which you will be able to select only the time zone of your area, and another for manual setup.

Setup Wizard (3/8)

Please select Time mode ...

Auto manual

Previous Cancel

Move SEL Select

Press the CURSOR PAD p or q on your remote control to select Auto for automatic setting. At the following step, you will need to select only the time zone of your area.

Setup Wizard (4/8)

Please select Time Zone ...

NST

AST

EST

CST

MST

PST

AKST

HST

Previous Cancel

SEL Select Move

If you select Manual for manual setting, you can set up your local time in detail at the following step.

Setup Wizard (4/8)

Please enter the date and time ...

Year

Month

Date

Time

2011

Jan

1

3:59 AM

Previous

OK

Cancel

Move SEL Select

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TV Setup Wizard

The fifth step is to select broadcasting or cable channels.

There are two options: Air for an external antenna, and

Cable for a cable system provider in your area. Use the

CURSOR PAD p or q

to select, and press SELECT button to confirm.

Setup Wizard (5/8)

Please select TV RF tuning band ...

Air

Cable

Previous Cancel

Move SEL Select

The sixth step will start the scanning feature to find the channels available on the antenna or cable system. Press

SELECT button to start the channel scan.

Setup Wizard (6/8)

Please check that the RF cable is connected properly.

Scan time may take over 20 minutes.

Start

Previous Cancel

SEL Select Move

The seventh step is the channel scanning process. The

Setup Wizard shows the scaning process of digital channels first, and then the analog channels next. The scanning process will show how many channels in total have been found. Please waite while the scanning process is searching for the available channels in your area.

To cancel the process, press SELECT button on the remote control.

Setup Wizard (7/8)

Searching, Please wait...

Searching Digital CH

Digital Channels Found

Analog Channels Found

Channel 3

0

0

1%

NOTES

• Once you cancel the Setup Wizard, it will not be shown again.

• During the scaning process, if you find not connecting antenna cable to TV, turn off the TV, unplug the power cord , and connect the antenna cable according to the Antenna Connection in the “

First

Time Use” section of this Owners Guide.

The final step is the completion of process. The TV screen shows a brief message that the setup is done. This final message will be shown for only a few seconds and then the first detected channel will be tuned in.

You may press EXIT button on the remote control to tune to the first detected channel right away.

Setup Wizard (8/8)

Congratulations. TV Setup is done.

EXIT Exit

NOTE

• The Setup Wizard will not appear once you have completed. For updating and adding channels, refer to the

Add Channels to

List feature on page 45.

The following connection diagrams are offered as suggestions. However, you may need to modify them to accommodate your particular assortment of devices and features. For best performance, video and audio cables should be made from coaxial shielded wire.

Skip

SEL Select

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Panel Connections

Your Hitachi LCD TV provides an easy connection of audio and video sources. Locate the input at the back of the TV, and connect as the illustration shown here.

NOTES

• Cables are not included.

• Completely insert connection cord plugs, otherwise, the picture and/or sound may be abnormal.

• Cable plugs are often color-coded. Match colors of plugs and jacks, i.e. connect red to red, white to white, etc.

Before Operating External Video Devices

Connect an external device to one of the input jacks, then press the INPUT button to show the Inputs List. Use the CURSORS (

and ) to select the input of your choice. Then press the SELECT button to confirm your choice (See page 21).

Input List

+ +

0. TV

1. HDMI 1

2. HDMI 2

3. HDMI 3

4. Component

5. AV

6. RGB

/ INPUT Move / Select

Example: Highlight 0. TV to select TV (AIR/CABLE) input.

ANTENNA CONNECTION

Roof antenna or

Cable TV coaxial cable

2-Way signal splitter

R L

VCR

V

ANT

IN

HDMI CONNECTION

There are three HDMI jacks provided as a convenience to allow easily connecting HDMI or DVI signals from a DVD, set top box, or Video Game as shown in the following examples (A separate audio device would be needed for a DVI-to-HDMI or

RGB-to-COMPONENT connection.)

Connecting HDMI device:

1. Connect with HDMI cable from your HDMI device to the TV HDMI 3 input.

2. Press the INPUT button on the remote control and select 3. HDMI 3 input source.

HDMI OUT

HDMI DIGITAL

OUTPUT CAPABILITY

DVD Player/ Recorder

[HDMI] [HDMI]

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Panel Connections

Connecting to external audio amplifier with one HDMI cable:

Besides the normal HDMI connection, the HDMI 2/ARC input also provides ARC feature to send audio of all your video sources out to your stereo amplifier for high-fidelity audio reproduction.

1. Connect with HDMI cable to your audio amplifier from the TV HDMI 2/ARC input.

NOTE

• The ARC (Audio Return Channel) feature at this input enables your Hitachi TV to send audio data “upstream” to your A/V receiver or surround audio controller via a single HDMI cable, increasing user flexibility and eliminating the need for any separate S/PDIF audio connection.

[HDMI] [HDMI]

Connecting DVI device:

The DVI connection to the HDMI input is only available through the HDMI 1/DVI input.

1. Connect with a DVI-to-HDMI cable from your DVI device to the TV HDMI 1/DVI input.

2. Press the INPUT button on the remote control and select 1. HDMI 1 input source.

3. Connect with a separate audio cable from your DVI device to the RGB/DVI AUDIO input.

TV REAR PANEL TV REAR PANEL

HDMI

STEREO SYSTEM

AMPLIFIER

DVI

DVI DIGITAL

OUTPUT CAPABILITY

DVD Player/ Recorder

DIGITAL OUTPUT

Audio Output

L R

Or

AUDIO IN

L R

AUDIO AMPLIFIER

Note : An external Audio amplifier can be used for the same purpose.

Tips on HDMI connections:

• When using an HDMI input from a set top box, it is recommended to use a 1080p, 1080i or 720p input signal.

• When the HDMI input is a 1080p signal, it is recommended that the length of the cable should be less than 5 meters.

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Panel Connections

COMPONENT/AV CONNECTION

Connecting COMPONENT device:

1. Connect with Y-PbPr video cable from the video output of your AV device to the TV COMPONENT/AV Y-PbPr input.

2. Connect with L/R audio cable from the audio output of your AV device to the TV COMPONENT/AV L/R input.

3. Press the INPUT button on the remote control and select 4. Component input source.

TV SIDE PANEL

DVD Player/ HDTV STB

Output

L R Y P

B

P

R

Connecting COMPONENT device to RGB/COMPONENT 2:

1. Connect with Y-PbPr video cable from the video output of your AV device to the TV RGB/COMPONENT 2 input.

2. Connect with L/R audio cable from the audio output of your AV device to the TV RGB/DVI AUDIO input.

3. Press the MENU button on the remote control, enter the Setup Menu, and select Component 2 for the Y-PbPr on VGA option.

4. Press the EXIT button on the remote control to exit the Setup Menu.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Light Control

HDMI - CEC

Input Labels

RGB Options

Y-PbPr on VGA

Demo Mode

Reset AV & Setup

Component 2

Off

RGB

Component 2

Select the type of signal being used.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

5. Now press the INPUT button on the remote control and select 5. Component 2 input source.

Input List

0. TV

1. HDMI 1

2. HDMI 2

3. HDMI 3

4. Component

5. AV

6. RGB

/ INPUT Move / Select

The original RGB input source will now be replaced by Component 2.

0. TV

1. HDMI 1

2. HDMI 2

3. HDMI 3

4. Component 1

5. Component 2

6. AV

/ INPUT Move

Input List

/ Select

NOTE

• The

Input List will be re-numbered after selected Component 2 for the Y-PbPr on VGA option. (See page 44

for how to setup the Y-PbPr on VGA option.)

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Panel Connections

Tips on COMPONENT connections:

• The COMPONENT Y-PbPr connection is provided for high performance DVD players, VCRs etc. that have this feature. Use these connections in place of the standard video connection if your device has this feature.

• For additional information on connecting your other electronic devices, please refer to the device’s owners guide.

• Your component outputs may be labeled Y, B-Y, and R-Y. In this case, connect the components B-Y output to the TV’s Pb input and the components R-Y output to the TV’s Pr input.

• Your component outputs may be labeled Y-CbCr. In this case, connect the devices Cb output to the TV’s Pb input and the devices Cr output to the TV’s Pr input.

• It may be necessary to adjust TINT to obtain optimum picture quality when using the Y-PbPr inputs. (See page 32).

Connecting AV device:

1. Connect with AV video cable from the video output of your AV device to the TV COMPONENT/AV Y/VIDEO input.

1. Connect with L/R audio cable from the audio output of your AV device to the TV COMPONENT/AV L/R input.

2. Press the INPUT button on the remote control and select 5. AV input source.

SIDE INPUT PANEL COMPOSITE VIDEO OUTPUT CAPABILITY

DVD player

R (Red)

L (White)

VCR

VIDEO (Yellow)

L (White)

R (Red)

OUTPUT

VIDEO L R

Camcorder

Home video game system

VIDEO (Yellow)

PERSONAL COMPUTER CONNECTION

IN OUT

[Personal Computer]

(D-sub 15 Pin)

(Audio)

1. Connect with RGB (D-sub 15 Pin) video cable from the RGB output of your PC to the TV RGB/COMPONENT 2 input.

2. Connect with an analog audio cable from the audio output of your PC to the TV RGB/DVI AUDIO input.

3. Press the INPUT button on the remote control and select 6. RGB input source.

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Panel Connections

USB DISK CONNECTION

Your Hitachi LCD TV features a JPEG Viewer that allows watching digital still pictures from your USB disk plugged to the USB

slot at the side panel. See page 48 for details.

ANALOG/DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT CONNECTION

Connect with an analog audio cable from the AUDIO OUT jack to your analog stereo audio amplifier.

Connect with an optical fiber cable from the DIGITAL OUT jack to your digital stereo audio amplifier.

OPTICAL

IN

AUDIO IN

R L

STEREO SYSTEM

AMPLIFIER

HEADPHONE CONNECTION

Connect your stereo headphone to this output.

NOTES

• Turn the TV volume down before connecting headphone.

• The audio from the TV speakers will be muted after connected with headphone.

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The Remote Control

8

1

POWER Button

Press this button to turn the TV set on or off.

2

DEVICE Buttons

In addition to controlling all the functions on your Hitachi

LCD TV, the new remote control is designed to operate different types of VCRs, cable boxes, set top boxes, satellite receivers, DVD players, and other audio/video device with one touch. Basic operation buttons are grouped together in one area.

To operate your LCD TV, select TV by pressing the TV button on the remote control. The TV mode indicator will blink, indicating that the remote control will now control your television.

Repeat the same procedure for other devices. Press the

DVD button for DVD players, press the PVR/VCR button for personal video recorders, press the SAT/CBL button for satellite/cable boxes, and press the AVR button for audio video recievers.

See pages 24 ~ 27 for instructions on how to program the

remote control to control your device.

3

CHANNEL SELECTOR/ENTER Buttons

The CHANNEL SELECTOR buttons are used to select channels, lock access code, etc. Use the CHANNEL

SELECTOR buttons to enter one, two, or three numbers to select channels. Enter 0 first for channels 1 to 9, or simply press the single digit channel you wish to tune, then press the ENTER button for the TV to tune. Channel selection may also be performed by CHANNEL (CH) UP ( ) or CHANNEL

(CH) DOWN ( ).

4

(-) DASH/SLEEP Button

Use the (-) DASH button with the CHANNEL SELECTOR buttons to enter Digital Channels that have subchannel numbers indicated by (-) DASH (For example: 15-1). Also press to Set the Sleep Timer from 5 minutes to 4 hours.

5

LAST CHANNEL (LAST CH) Button

Press this button to toggle between the current and the last channel viewed.

6

VOLUME (VOL), MUTE Button

Press the VOLUME button (+ or -) until you obtain the desired sound level.

Press the MUTE button to turn the sound off completely

(Mute) or half the normal level (Soft Mute). To restore the sound, press the MUTE button again for Mute Off, or press the VOL UP (+) button directly.

MUTE

Volume 10

Mute

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How To Use The Remote Control To Control Your TV

Closed Captioning will display automatically when MUTE is

on and Closed Caption is set to With Mute (See page 41).

When the TV power is turned off at a volume level 21 or greater, the volume level will default to 20 when the TV is turned on. However, if it is set to a level 20 or less, the volume level will be at the level it was set when the TV was turned off.

7

MENU Button

The MENU button will start the On-Screen Display.

8

EXIT Button

This button will exit all On-Screen Displays.

9

CURSOR PAD/SELECT Button

All the On-Screen Display features can be set or adjusted by using the CURSOR PAD and the SELECT button, except for numeric entries. Press the CURSOR PAD toward desired direction and press the SELECT button to select.

10

INFO Button

Press this button when you want to check the channel being received, the picture source, if the channel has stereo (ST) or second audio program (SAP), the time, and CHANNEL

ID.

ANALOG CHANNELS

NOTES

11

GUIDE Button

Press this button to access the Channel Guide of your satellte receiver, set top box or cable box while in SAT/CBL mode.

12

INPUT Button

Press this button to access the INPUTS menu. Use the

CURSOR and SELECT buttons to select the desired input. Pressing the INPUT button repeatedly will also cycle through the inputs that are available. Then press the

SELECT button or wait 4 seconds to automatically select the highlighted input.

+

• Press the INFO button again or the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

• The Aspect INFO will not be shown when the INFO button is pressed.

Input List

+

INFO

No Program Title.

No Program Description.

Program Information

ATV

39-0

Analog

3:17PM

TV-G

Stereo+SAP

Analog Channel

Clock

Audio Broadcast

0. TV

1. HDMI 1

2. HDMI 2

3. HDMI 3

4. Component

5. AV

6. RGB

/

INPUT Move

/ Select

DIGITAL CHANNELS

INFO

INFO

Sesame Street

Program Description.

Program Information

3:00PM- 3:30PM

1080i

3:17PM

TV-G

Multi

Program

Run Time

Picture Format

Clock

Broadcast Rating

Audio Broadcast

VIDEO INPUTS

No Program Title.

No Program Description.

1080i

DTV

15-1

KPBS-HD

HDMI

3:17PM

& Channel Indication

Broadcast Channel

Indication

Main Picture Source

Clock

0. TV

1. HDMI 1

2. HDMI 2

3. HDMI 3

4. Component

5. AV

6. RGB

NOTES

Watch TV from an Air or Cable signal.

Select to choose HDMI 1 Input.

Select to choose HDMI 2 Input.

Select to choose HDMI 3 Input.

Select to choose Component Input.

Select to choose AV Input.

Select to choose PC input

• Depending on the device, it may be required to turn on the device for the

TV to recognize it is available. You can access these inputs by using the cursor or number buttons on the remote control.

• When Y-PbPr on VGA is set up as

Component 2 (Refer to page 17), the RGB

input in the Input List will be automatically replaced with Component 2.

Program Information

Picture Format

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How To Use The Remote Control To Control Your TV

13

ASPECT Button

Press this button to quickly change the picture format

ASPECT ratio. Depending on the picture format, ASPECT allows you to adjust the image through the following options.

Auto

Use this aspect mode to have the aspect mode change automatically by signal detector.

4:3

Use this aspect mode to display conventional (4:3) images.

Side panels (black areas) are placed to the left and right of the image to preserve the original aspect ratio of the source.

16:9

Use this aspect mode to display 16:9 sources like HDTV and DVD’s preserving the original 16:9 aspect ratio showing

95% for SD / 97.5% for HD of the size.

Full

Use this aspect mode to display 16:9 sources like HDTV and DVD’s preserving the original 16:9 aspect ratio showing

100% of the size.

Zoom1/Zoom2

Use these aspect modes to zoom in and to reduce the black bars.

NOTES

• Each input has memory for the Aspect setting. Changing the aspect on one input will not affect the aspect settings on other inputs.

• When displaying “Full” you may notice noise at the top of the picture. Select the

“16:9” aspect mode to remove the noise.

The noise is normal for some signals.

• See page 62 for Aspect availability

according to signal format in use.

Image Input 16:9

• AIR/CABLE - Analog Signal

• AIR/CABLE - Digital Signal

• COMPONENT

• AV Image Input

Auto

Zoom2

4:3

Zoom2

Auto

4:3

Zoom1

16:9

Zoom1

Full

• HDMI - VGA

• DVI - VGA

• RGB

Image Input

• HDMI - 1080p/1080i/720p/480p/480i

• DVI - 1080p/1080i/720p/480p/480i

Image Input Auto

Zoom2

4:3

Zoom1

16:9

Full

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14

ENERGY SAVE (E.SAVE) Button

Use this button to choose power consumption reduction

settings based on 3 levels (Min, Medium, Max). See page 41

for further details.

15

CLOSED CAPTIONS (C.C.) Button

Use this button to display the dialogue, narration, and/or sound effects of a television program or home video which are displayed on the TV screen when available. Your local

TV program guide denotes these programs as or

.

16

FAVORITE CHANNEL (FAV CH) Button

Press the FAV CH button to display the Favorite CH

List. You have to first setup the Favorite Channels in the

Channels Menu in order display the list. Press the FAV CH button on the remote control to display the list and select the desired channel using the CURSOR PAD and then press SELECT button to view. Also press to access FAV CH during playback disc on DVD with CEC option connected to

HDMI input.

FAV CH

DIGITAL CH

ANALOG CH

17

PICTURE MODE (P.MODE) Button

Press this button to toggle between Dynamic, Standard,

Movie, Custom, Game, Pro-Day and Pro-Night picture mode settings. Select Dynamic mode for automatic brightness and contrast adjustment. Select Standard mode for day time viewing with more brightness and contrast to compete with room light. Select Movie mode for viewing with less brightness and contrast for a more detailed picture.

Select Custom mode for viewing with your own brightness and contrast picture settings. Game mode is for automatic brightness and contrast adjustment when playing video games.

18

DEVICE CONTROL Buttons

These buttons can control external devices (i.e. PVR/VCR,

DVD, etc.) directly depending on the device mode set on the remote control. Also, these buttons are for controlling devices with Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) through the HDMI connection like Blu-Ray or DVD players, PVR. set top box while in TV mode.

NOTE

• For some devices, these buttons are not available to control through the TV and HDMI connection; please refer to the device’s owners guide for more information.

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How To Use The Remote Control To Control Your AV Device

OPERATING THE PRECODED FUNCTIONS FOR YOUR AV DEVICE.

The new remote control is designed to operate different types of VCRs, cable boxes, set top boxes, satellite receivers, DVD players, and other audio/video device. You must first program the remote control to match the remote control system of your

AV device (refer to pages 28 ~ 29 for a preprogrammed code number).

AV DEVICE CONTROL SETUP PROCEDURE

1. Turn on your AV Device.

2. elect the desired mode: DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL or AVR by pressing the corresponding button.

3. Hold down the device button (DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL or AVR) on the remote control and enter the four digit preset code that matches your device as shown on pages

28 ~ 29.

4. Release the device button.

5. If done correctly, the device LED indicator will blink 3 times to confirm proper setup.

6. The remote control will now control the desired device.

SETUP EXAMPLE (HITACHI CABLE BOX WITH

PRECODE 0003)

1. Turn ON your cable box.

2. Select cable mode by using your SAT/CBL button to position the LED indicator on SAT/CBL.

3. Hold down the SAT/CBL button on the remote control and press the numbers 0, 0, 0 and 3.

4. Release the SAT/CBL button.

5. The indicator light will flash 3 times if the code was accepted.

6. Aim the remote control at the cable box and press the

POWER button. The remote control will turn off your cable box when the correct four digit preset code is entered.

When this occurs, the remote control is programmed for your cable box. If the cable box does not turn off, try a different four digit preset code.

7. The remote control will now control your cable box.

Repeat the same procedure for your set top box or satellite receiver (select SAT/CBL), your DVD (select DVD), your

VCR/PVR(select VCR/PVR), or your AVR (select AVR).

Power

Button

1

Numeric

Buttons

3

Device

Buttons

2

NOTES

• If your AV device cannot be operated after performing the above procedures, your AV device code has not been preprogrammed into the remote control.

• In the unlikely event that your AV device cannot be operated after performing the above procedures, please consult your AV device owners guide.

• The remote control will remember the codes you have programmed even after the batteries are removed from the remote control. To reset all programmed codes to factory default place remote control in TV mode, then press and hold TV mode button and enter “ 9”, “8”, “1” in sequence.

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1

1

2

1

2

How To Use The Remote Control To Control Your AV Device

1

1

Cable Device

Button

Set Top Box/

Satellite Receiver

Device Button

1 1

1

1

1

1

2

1

2

1

1

MY CABLE BOX CODE IS:___________________

NOTE

• Refer to the instruction manual of the cable box for operation of the buttons exclusively for the cable box.

1

PRECODED CABLE BOX Buttons

These buttons transmit the chosen precoded cable codes:

-Power

-Menu

-Exit

-Guide

-Cursor & Select

-Info

-Channel Up & Down

-Last CH

- Play, Stop, Pause, RWD, FWD, Skip FWD,

Skip RWD, Record.

-Number PAD

-Enter

-Dash (-)

-Fav CH

-Color Buttons

2

EXCLUSIVE TV Buttons

These buttons are for operating the TV :

-P. Mode

-Aspect

-E. Save

-CC

-Vol Up & Down

-Input

-Mute

MY SET TOP BOX/SATELLITE RECEIVER

CODE IS:_____________________

NOTE

• Refer to the instruction manual of the set top box/satellite receiver for operation of the buttons exclusively for the set top box/ satellite receiver.

1

PRECODED SET TOP BOX/SATELLITE Buttons

These buttons transmit the chosen precoded set top box/

satellite receiver codes:

-Power

-Menu

-Exit

-Guide

-Cursor & Select

-Info

-Channel Up & Down

-Last CH

- Play, Stop, Pause, RWD, FWD, Skip FWD,

Skip RWD, Record.

-Number PAD

-Enter

-Dash (-)

-Fav CH

-Color Buttons

2

EXCLUSIVE TV Buttons

These buttons are for operating the TV :

-P. Mode

-Aspect

-E. Save

-CC

-Vol Up & Down

-Input

-Mute

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1

2

2

How To Use The Remote Control To Control Your AV Device

1

1

DVD Device Button PVR/VCR Device Button

1 1

1

1

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

MY DVD PLAYER CODE IS:___________________

NOTE

• Refer to the instruction manual of the

DVD Player for operation of the buttons exclusively for the DVD Player.

1

PRECODED DVD Buttons

These buttons transmit the chosen precoded DVD codes:

-Power

-Menu

- Cursor &

Select

-Dash

-Number PAD

-Info

-Channel Up & Down

-Exit

-Enter

- Play, Stop, Pause,

RWD, FWD, Skip

FWD, Skip FWD

-Record

-Guide

2

EXCLUSIVE TV Buttons

These buttons are for operating the TV:

-P. Mode

-Aspect

-E. Save

-CC

-Vol Up & Down

-Input

-Mute

MY VCR/PVR CODE IS:______________________

NOTE

• Refer to the instruction manual of the PVR/

VCR for operation of the buttons exclusively for the PVR/VCR.

1

PRECODED VCR/PVR Buttons

These buttons transmit the chosen precoded set top box/ satellite receiver codes :

-Power

-Menu

-Exit

-Info

-Cursor & Select

-Channel Up & Down

-Number PAD

-Last CH

-Record -RWD, Skip RWD

-FAV CH (Only for VCR)

-Enter

-Dash(-)

- Play, Pause,

Stop, FWD, Skip

FWD

2

EXCLUSIVE TV Buttons

These buttons are for operating the TV :

-P. Mode

-Aspect

-E. Save

-CC

-Vol Up & Down

-Input

-Mute

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1

2

How To Use The Remote Control To Control Your AV Device

1

AVR Device Button

1

1

2

2

MY AUDIO/VIDEO RECEIVER (AVR)

IS:___________________

NOTE

• Refer to the instruction manual of the AVR for operation of the buttons exclusively for the AVR.

1

PRECODED AVR Buttons

These buttons transmit the chosen precoded AVR codes:

-Power

-Menu

-Exit

-Input

-Cursor & Select

-Channel Up & Down

-Number PAD

-Record

-Vol Up & Down

-Mute

- Play, Pause, Stop,

RWD, Skip RWD, FWD,

Skip FWD,

-Enter

2

EXCLUSIVE TV Buttons

These buttons are for operating the TV:

-P. Mode

-E.Save

-CC

-Info

-Aspect

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CABLE Brand

A-MARK

ABC

ACCUPHASE

ACORN

ACTION

ACTIVE

ADB

ARCHER

BCC

BRITISH TELECOM

CENTURY

DIGEO

DIGI

DIRECTOR

DUMONT

FOSGATE

GE

GENERAL

INSTRUMENT

GIBRALTER

GOLDSTAR

HITACHI

INSIGHT

JERROLD

MEMOREX

MITSUBISHI

MOTOROLA

CODES

0008, 0144

0237, 0003, 0008

0003

0237

0237

0237

2092, 2586

0237

0276

0003

0008

1187, 2187

0637

0476

0637

0276

0144

0476, 0810, 0276, 0003

NOVA VISION

NOVAPLEX

NSC

PACE

PANASONIC

PANTHER

PARAGON

PENNEY

PHILIPS

PIONEER

PULSAR

QUASAR

REGAL

RUNCO

SAMSUNG

SASKTEL

0003

0144

0003, 0008

0476, 0810

0476, 0810, 0276, 0003

0000

0003

1376, 0476, 0810, 0276,

1187, 1254, 1106

0008

0008

0637

1877, 0877, 0237, 0008

0000, 0008, 0144

0637

0000, 0008, 0525

SONY

SPRUCER

STARCOM

STORM

SUPERCABLE

TORX

TOSHIBA

UNITED CABLE

US ELECTRONICS

VIDEOWAY

ZENITH

0000, 0637

1305, 0317

1877, 0877, 0144, 0533

0000

0000

0276

0000

0003, 0144

1737

SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA 1877, 0877, 0477, 0237,

0003, 0000, 0008

1006

0144

0003

0637

0276

0003

0000

0276, 0003

0276, 0003, 0008

0000

0000, 0525

CABLE/PVR COMBO CODES

DIGEO

GENERAL

INSTRUMENTS

1187, 2187

0810

JERROLD

MOTOROLA

PACE

PIONEER

0810

1376, 0810, 1187, 1106

1877, 0237

1877, 0877

SASKTEL 1737

SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA 1877, 0877

SONY

SUPERCABLE

1006

0276

SATELLITE BRAND

(Set Top Box )

BELL EXPRESSVU

CHAPARRAL

COOLSAT

CROSSDIGITAL

DIRECTV

DISH NETWORK SYS-

TEM

DISHPRO

ECHOSTAR

EXPRESSVU

FORTEC STAR

FUNAI

GE

GENERAL INSTRU-

MENTS

GOI

HITACHI

HOUSTON

HTS

HUGHES NETWORK

SYSTEMS

INNOVA

JERROLD

JVC

LG

MAGNAVOX

MCINTOSH

MITSUBISHI

MOTOROLA

NETSAT

CODES

0775, 1170

0216

1806, 2147

1109

1377, 0392, 0566, 0639,

1639, 1142, 0247, 0749,

1749, 0819, 1856, 1076,

1108, 0099, 1109, 1392,

1414, 1442 1443, 1609,

1640

1505, 1005, 0775, 1170,

1775

1505, 1005, 0775, 1775

1505, 1005, 0775 1170,

1775

0775, 1775

1821

1377

0392, 0566

0869

0775, 1775

0749, 0819, 1250

0775

0775, 1775

1142, 0749, 1749, 1442,

1443

0099

0869

0775, 1170, 1775

1414

0722

0869

0749

0869, 0856

0099

28

Remote Control Codes

PIONEER

PRIMESTAR

PROSCAN

RADIOSHACK

RCA

SAMSUNG

SKY

SONY

STAR CHOICE

STAR TRAK

THOMSON

TIVO

TOSHIBA

ULTIMATE TV

ULTRASAT

UNIDEN

VOOM

ZENITH

SAT/PVR COMBO

BELL EXPRESSVU

DIRECT TV

NEXT LEVEL

PANASONIC

PANSAT

PHILIPS

0869

0247, 0701

1807

1142, 0749, 1749, 0775,

0819, 1076, 0722, 0099,

1442

1142, 1442

0869

0392, 0566

0566, 0775, 0869

0392, 0566, 1142, 0775,

0855, 0143, 1392, 1442

1377, 1142, 1276, 1108,

1109, 1442, 1609

0856, 0099

0639, 1639, 1640

0869

0869

0392, 0566

1142, 1442, 1443

0749, 1749, 0790

1392, 1640

1806

0722

0869

0856, 1856, 1810

CODES

0775, 1170

1377, 0392, 0639, 1142,

1076, 0099, 1392, 1442,

1443, 1640

1505, 0775

1505, 0775

1505, 0775, 1170

0775

1142, 1442, 1443

1170

0869

1142, 1442

0392

1392

1442

0639, 1640

0869

1142, 1442, 1443

1810

CODES

0037, 0240, 0000, 0278,

0046

1972

0000

0060, 0048, 0039, 0047,

0104, 0209, 0065, 0479

0037, 0240, 0000

0072

0278

0037, 0000, 0124

0041, 0175

0209, 0072, 0278

1972

0039

0278

0035, 0081

0000

0240

0035, 0081

0000

0000, 0072

0240

0035, 0048, 0039, 0000,

0104, 0046, 0479

0184, 0121, 0209, 0002,

0479

0037

0037, 0038

0035

0002

0240

0035, 0081

0072, 0278

0278

0035, 0037, 0240, 0000,

0209, 0278, 0479

0037

0060,0035, 0045, 0278

0000, 0072

0037, 0047, 0240, 0072

0000, 0072

0035, 0081, 0000

0072, 0278

0060, 0035, 0162, 0240,

0000, 0041, 0278, 0432

0240

1972

0037, 0045, 0278, 0046

0037, 0278

1972

0081, 0042

0041

0739

0000

0039, 0038

0240, 0000

0060, 0037, 0240, 0000,

0043, 0209

BROKSONIC

CALIX

CANDLE

CANON

CAPEHART

CARRERA

CARVER

CCE

CINERAL

CITIZEN

CLASSIC

COLORTYME

COLT

CRAIG

CRITERION

CROSLEY

CROWN

CURTIS MATHES

CYBERNEX

CYBERPOWER

DAEWOO

DAYTRON

DELL

DENON

DERWENT

DIRECTV

DUAL

DURABRAND

DYNATECH

ELECTROHOME

DISH NETWORK SYS-

TEM

DISH PRO

ECHOSTAR

EXPRESSVU

HUGHES NETWORK

SYSTEMS

JVC

MOTOROLA

PHILIPS

PROSCAN

RCA

SAMSUNG

SONY

STAR CHOICE

TIVO

ZENITH

VCR Brand

A-MARK

ABS

ACCURIAN

ADMIRAL

ADVENTURA

ADYSON

AIKO

AIWA

AKAI

ALBA

ALIENWARE

ALLEGRO

AMERICA ACTION

AMERICAN HIGH

AMSTRAD

ASHA

ASTRA

AUDIOVOX

AVIS

BEAUMARK

BELL & HOWELL

ELECTROPHONIC

EMERALD

EMEREX

EMERSON

FISHER

FUJI

FUJITSU

FUNAI

GARRARD

GATEWAY

GE

GEMINI

GENEXXA

GO VIDEO

GOLDSTAR

GOODMANS

GRADIENTE

GRANADA

GRUNDIG

HARLEY DAVISON

HARMAN/KARDON

HARVARD

HARWOOD

HEADQUARTER

HEWLETT PACKARD

HI-Q

HITACHI

0035, 0047, 0000

0035, 0037, 0045, 0000,

0042, 0041, 0065, 0105

HOWARD COMPUTERS 1972

1972

0042, 0739

HP

HUGHES NETWORK

SYSTEMS

HUMAX

HUSH

HYTEK

IBUYPOWER

INSTANT REPLAY

ITT NOKIA

JANEIL

JENSEN

JVC

KEC

KENWOOD

KLH

KODAK

KTV

LG

LINKSYS

LLOYD’S

LOEWE

LOGIK

LUMATRON

LUXOR

LXI

M ELECTRONIC

MAGNASONIC

0037

0184, 0121

0032

0037, 0184, 0240, 0000,

0121, 0043, 0209, 0002,

0278, 0479, 1593

0039, 0047, 0000, 0104,

0046

0035, 0033

0000

0037, 0000, 0072, 0278,

1593

0000

1972

0060, 0035, 0048, 0240,

0000, 0065

0060

0037, 0000, 0278

0240, 0432, 0526, 0614

0035, 0037, 0039, 0000,

0278, 0038

0037, 0081, 0000, 0072,

0278

0000

0081, 0042

0081

0000

0081, 0038

0072

0072

0046

1972

MAGNAVOX

MAGNIN

MARANTZ

MARTA

MATSUI

MATSUSHITA

MEDIA CENTER PC

MEI

MEMOREX

METZ

MGA

MGN TECHNOLOGY

MICROSOFT

MIDLAND

MIND

MINOLTA

MITSUBISHI

MOTOROLA

MOVIE WALKER

MTC

MTX

MULTITECH

NAD

NEC

NEW TECH

NIKKO

NIKKODO

NISHI

NIVEUS MEDIA

NOBLEX

NORTHGATE

OLYMPUS

ONKYO

OPTIMUS

ORION

PANAMA

0035, 0162, 0081, 1162

1972

0035

0035, 0162, 0037, 0048,

0039, 0047, 0240, 0000,

0104, 0209, 0072, 0278,

0046, 0479, 1037, 1162

0037

0060, 0240, 0043

0240

1972

0240

1972

0042, 0105

0060, 0048, 0047, 0000,

0042, 0067, 0043, 0041

0035, 0048

0072

0240, 0000, 0072

0000

0039, 0000, 0072

0240, 0104

0104, 0067, 0041, 0038

0072

0037, 0278

0037, 0278

0240

1972

0240

1972

0035, 0162, 0104

0222

1062, 0035, 0162, 0037,

0048, 0047, 0240, 0000,

0104, 0432, 1048, 1162

0184, 0240, 0000, 0104,

0121, 0209, 0002, 0278,

0479

0035

0739, 1797, 1988

1972

0047, 0000, 0072

1972

0035

0240, 0041

0240

0067, 0041

0067, 0041, 1162

0037, 0278

0067, 0041, 0038, 0046

0072

0035, 0037

0000

0037, 0240, 0038, 1037

1972

0240, 0000, 0072, 0038

0081

0240, 0000, 0072

0278

0046

0037, 0000, 0042, 0067

0240

0037, 0240, 0000, 0072,

0278

0035, 0037, 0048, 0039,

0081, 0240, 0000, 0563,

0618, 1593

0240

0035, 0081, 0038

0037

0037, 0209

SOUNDMASTER

STACK 9

STS

SV2000

SVA

SYLVANIA

SYMPHONIC

SYSTEMAX

TAGAR SYSTEMS

TANDY

TASHIKO

TATUNG

TEAC

TECHNICS

TEKNIKA

TELECORDER

TELEFUNKEN

TEVION

THOMAS

THOMSON

TISONIC

TIVO

TMK

TNIX

TOCOM

TOSHIBA

PANASONIC

PENNEY

PENTAX

PHILCO

PHILIPS

PILOT

PIONEER

POLK AUDIO

PORTLAND

PRESIDIAN

PROFITRONIC

PROSCAN

PROTEC

PROTECH

PULSAR

PULSER

QUARTER

QUARTZ

QUASAR

RADIOSHACK

RADIX

RANDEX

RCA

REALISTIC

REPLAY TV

RICAVISION

RUNCO

SAMSUNG

SAMTRON

SANKY

SANSUI

SANYO

SCOTT

SEARS

SHARP

SHINTOM

SHOGUN

SIEMENS

SIGNATURE

SINGER

SONIC BLUE

SONOGRAPHE

SONY

TOSONIC

TOTEVISION

TOUCH

TRIX

ULTRA

UNITECH

VECTOR

VECTOR RESEARCH

VEXTRA

VICTOR

VIDEO CONCEPTS

VIDEOMAGIC

VIDEOSONIC

0046

0035, 0047, 0032, 0033,

0000, 0067, 0046, 0636,

1032, 1972

0000

1972

0042, 0105

0000, 0072

0000

0035, 0081, 0000, 0043,

1593

0240, 0000, 0002, 1593

1972

1972

0000, 0104

0037

0048, 0081, 0000, 0067,

0041

0000, 0067, 0041

0035, 0162, 0037, 0000

0035, 0037, 0000

0240

0041

0479

0000, 0002

0060, 0041

0278

0618, 0636, 0739, 1337

0240, 0000

0037

0240

0240, 0045, 0000, 0043,

0209, 0041, 1008, 1972,

1988

0278

0037, 0240

1972

0037

0045, 0278

0240

0045

0184, 0038

0072

0067, 0041

0045

0037

0240, 0000, 0072

0045, 0000, 0042, 0065,

0105, 0880

0035, 0162, 0037, 0048,

0047, 0240, 0000, 0104,

0121, 0278, 0046, 0065,

1162

0614, 0616

1972

0039

0060, 0240, 0045, 0000,

0038, 0432, 0739

0240

0048, 0039

0240, 0000, 0067, 0209,

0041, 0072, 0002, 0479

0047, 0240, 0000, 0104,

0046, 0159, 0479

0184, 0045, 0121, 0043

0060, 0035, 0162, 0037,

0048, 0039, 0047, 0033,

0045, 0000, 0042, 0104,

0067, 0043, 0209, 0041,

0072, 0046, 0065, 0105

0048, 0047, 0032, 0000,

0065, 0848

0039, 0240, 0000, 0072

0240

0037, 0104

0060, 0035, 0037, 0048,

0000, 0046, 0065, 0479

0037, 0240, 0072

0614, 0616

1062, 0035, 0162, 0000,

0225, 0614, 0616, 1162

0035, 0162, 0037, 0047,

0081, 0240, 0000, 0042,

0067, 0038

0042, 0065, 0105

0035, 0081, 0000, 0209,

0479

0035, 0162, 0048, 0081,

0045, 0000, 0209, 0616,

0618, 0739, 1081, 1181

0037

0162, 0081, 0042, 0067,

1337

0081

0278

1593

0240

0060

0000, 0072

0072

0039, 0240, 0278

0240

0046

0035, 0047, 0046

0035, 0162, 0002, 1162

0035, 0162, 0037, 0048,

0047, 0240, 0000, 0104,

0046, 1037, 1162

0037

0037

0060, 0035, 0048, 0240,

Remote Control Codes

VIEWSONIC

VILLAIN

VOODOO

WARDS

WHITE WESTING-

HOUSE

WORLD

XR-100

YAMAHA

ZENITH

ZT GROUP

1972

0000

1972

0060, 0035, 0037, 0048,

0047, 0081, 0033, 0240,

0045, 0000, 0042, 0043,

0041, 0072, 0038, 0479,

0065, 0046

0000, 0209, 0072, 0278,

0479

0209, 0002, 0479

0035, 0240, 0000, 0072

0041, 0038

0037, 0039, 0033, 0000,

0209, 0041, 0278, 0479,

1139

1972

PVR Brand

ABS

ALIENWARE

CYBERPOWER

DELL

DIRECTV

GATEWAY

GO VIDEO

CODES

1972

1972

1972

1972

0739

1972

0614

HEWLETT PACKARD 1972

HOWARD COMPUTERS 1972

HP

HUGHES NETWORK

1972

0739

SYSTEMS

HUMAX

HUSH

IBUYPOWER

LINKSYS

MEDIA CENTER PC

MICROSOFT

MIND

NIVEUS MEDIA

NORTHGATE

PANASONIC

PHILIPS

PIONEER

RCA

REPLAY TV

SAMSUNG

SONIC BLUE

SONY

STACK 9

SYSTEMAX

TAGAR SYSTEMS

TIVO

TOSHIBA

TOUCH

VIEWSONIC

VOODOO

ZT GROUP

0739, 1797, 1988

1972

192

1972

1972

1972

1972

1972

1972

0614, 0616

0618, 0739

1337

0880

0614, 0616

0739

0614, 0616

0636, 1972

1972

1972

1972

0618, 0636, 0739, 1337

1008, 1972, 1988

1972

1972

1972

1972

DBS/PVR COMBO

DIRECTV

HUGHES NETWORK

SYSTEMS

PHILIPS

SAMSUNG

TIVO

DVD/PVR COMBO

HUMAX

PIONEER

RCA

SYLVANIA

TIVO

TOSHIBA

CODES

0739

0739

0739

0739

0739

CODES

1797, 1988

1337

0880

0000

1337

1008, 1988

DVD Brand

3D LAB

CODES

0503, 0539

ACCURIAN 0675, 1416

ACOUSTIC SOLUTIONS 0730

ADCOM

AFREEY

AIWA

AKAI

ALBA

ALCO

ALLEGRO

AMPHION MEDIA

WORKS

AMW

APEX DIGITAL

1094

0698

0641

0695, 0705, 0770, 1089

0672

0790

0869

0872

ARRGO

ASPIRE DIGITAL

AUDIOVOX

AWA

B & K

BBK

BEL CANTO DESIGN

BLUE PARADE

BLUE SKY

BROKSONIC

CALIFORNIA AUDIO

LABS

CELESTIAL

CENTREX

CINEA

CINEVISION

CITIZEN

CLAIRTONE

0872

0533, 0672, 1020 1056,

1061

1023

1168

0790

0730

0655, 0662

1224

1571

0571

0695

0695

0490

1020

0672

0831

0876, 0833, 0869

1003, 0695, 1277, 1587,

2116

0571

COBY

CRAIG

CREATIVE

CURTIS MATHES

CYBERHOME

CYTRON

DAEWOO

DANSAI

DAYTEK

DECCA

DENON

DENVER

DIGITREX

DISNEY

DI VIDO

DUAL

DURABRAND

DVD2000

EMERSON

ENTERPRISE

ENTIVO

ENZER

FISHER

FUNAI

GATEWAY

GE

GO VIDEO

MALATA

MARANTZ

MCINTOSH

MEMOREX

MICROSOFT

MINATO

MITSUBISHI

MUSTEK

MYRAD

NAD

NAIKO

NEC

NEXXTECH

NINTAUS

NORCENT

ONKYO

OPPO

OPTIMUS

PALSONIC

PANASONIC

GOLDSTAR

GOODMANS

GPX

GRADIENTE

GRUNDIG

HARMAN/KARDON

HELLO KITTY

HITACHI

HITEKER

INSIGNIA

INTEGRA

IRT

JBL

JMB

JSI

JVC

JWIN

KAWASAKI

KENWOOD

KLH

KLOSS

KONKA

KOSS

LASONIC

LECSON

LENOXX

LG

LITEON

LOEWE

LOGIX

MAGNASONIC

MAGNAVOX

PHILCO

PHILIPS

PIANODISC

PIONEER

POLAROID

POLK AUDIO

PORTLAND

PRESIDIAN

PRIMA

PROCEED

PROSCAN

PROVISION

RADIONETTE

RADIOSHACK

RCA

REALISTIC

REOC

0675

0503, 0539, 0646, 0675,

1354, 1506

1159

0503, 0539, 0646, 0675,

1354, 1506

1533, 1273

0695, 0831, 1270, 2213

0522, 2083

0752

1521, 0521

0730

0894

0741

0770

0785, 0869

1402

1051

1003, 0872, 1107, 1265

0503, 0627, 1769

0575, 1224, 1525, 2185

0571

0672, 0852

0503, 0490, 0571, 0703,

1641, 1762

0675

0503, 0539, 0646, 0675,

1267, 1340, 1354, 2056,

2084

1024

0525, 0571, 0142, 0631,

1571

1020, 1061, 1086

0539

0770

0675

2126, 2127

0672

0522

0778

0741

0571

0522, 0571, 0790, 0822,

1769

0571

0752

1075, 1099, 1144, 1158

1304, 1730

0741, 0869

0790

0769

0490

0539, 0705

0582, 0702

0831

0573, 0664, 1919

0672

2095

0571, 0627

0783

0702

0695

1423

0558, 0623, 0867, 1164

1049, 1051

0790

0490, 0534

0790, 1020, 1149

0533

0711, 0721

0769, 1061, 1423

0627

1533

1127

0591, 0741, 0869

1058, 1158, 1416, 1440

0741

0783

0778, 0852, 1077, 1086,

1107, 1165, 1177, 1351

0831

0503, 0539

1087

0816, 0874, 1023, 1024,

1129, 1502, 1537

0705

0784, 0705, 0770, 0833,

0869, 1169, 1172, 1234,

1242

0770

0872

0770

0490, 0634

0778

0672

0675, 1270

0705

0675

1127

0521

1003, 2116

0591, 0675

0503, 0539

0770

1919

0675

1073, 1077, 1158

0522, 0815

0573, 0744, 0715, 0741,

0783, 0833, 0869, 1044,

TREDEX

UNIMAX

UNITED

UNIVERSUM

URBAN CONCEPTS

V

VENTURER

VIZIO

VOCOPRO

XBOX

YAMAHA

YAMAKAWA

ZENITH

ZEUS

ZOECE

BLU-RAY DISC

LG

PANASONIC

PHILIPS

PIONEER

SAMSUNG

SONY

DVD/PVR COMBO

GO VIDEO

PANASONIC

PHILIPS

PIONEER

RCA

SHARP

SONY

SYLVANIA

TOSHIBA

RIO

RJTECH

ROTEL

SAMPO

SAMSUNG

SANSUI

SANYO

SCHNEIDER

SCHWAIGER

SENSORY SCIENCE

SHARP

SHERWOOD

SHINSONIC

SLIM ART

SM ELECTRONIC

SONIC BLUE

SONY

SYLVANIA

SYMPHONIC

TAG MCLAREN

TATUNG

TEAC

TECHNICS

TECHNIKA

TECHSONIC

THETA DIGITAL

THOMSON

TIVO

TOSHIBA

HD-DVD

LG

MICROSOFT

ONKYO

RCA

TOSHIBA

XBOX

AUDIO RECEIVER

Brand

AIWA

ALCO

ANAM

APEX DIGITAL

ARCAM

AUDIOTRONIC

AUDIOVOX

B & K

BOSE

BRIX

CAIRN

CARVER

CURTIS MATHES

DELPHI

DENON

ELECTROHOME

GRUNDIG

HARMAN/KARDON

HITACHI

INSIGNIA

INTEGRA

JBL

JVC

KAWASAKI

KENWOOD

KLH

KOSS

LG

LINN

LIQUID VIDEO

0869

1360

0623, 1178

0698, 0752

0490, 0573, 0744, 0199,

0820, 1044, 1075, 2069

0695

0675,0695, 0873, 1919

0783

0752

1158

0630, 0675, 0752, 1256

0633, 0770, 1043, 1077

0533

0784

0730

0573, 0715, 0783, 0869,

1099

0533, 1533, 0864, 1033,

1070, 1431, 1516, 1536

0675

0675

0894

0770

0571, 0790

0490, 0703

0770

0730

0571

0522

1503

0503, 0573, 0539, 0695,

1154, 1503, 1608, 1769

0800, 0803

0770

0730

0591

0503, 0539

1064, 1226

0790

1064, 1226

1360

0522, 2083

0490, 0539, 0545, 0497

0872

0503, 0591, 0741, 0869

0784

1265

CODES

0741

1641

2084

0142

0199

1516

CODES

1730

0490

1340

0631

0522

1256

1033, 1070, 1536

0675

1503

CODES

0741

2083

1769

1769

1769

2083

CODES

1405, 0189, 0121, 1243,

1388, 1641

1390

1609

1774

1189

1189

1390

0820, 0840

0639, 1253, 1933

1602

0189

1189, 0189, 0121

0014

1414

1360, 0121, 1142, 1306

2026

0189

0189, 0891, 1304, 1306

0228

1030, 2169

0842, 1298, 1320, 1805

1306

1058, 1374, 1495, 1811

1390

1570, 1569

1390, 1428

1497

2197

0189

1497

MAGNAVOX

MARANTZ

MICROMEGA

MITSUBISHI

MYRAD

NAKAMICHI

ONKYO

OPTIMUS

ORITRON

PANASONIC

PHILIPS

PIONEER

POLK AUDIO

RADIO SHACK

RCA

REALISTIC

REVOX

SAMSUNG

SANGEAN

SANSUI

SHERWOOD

SIRIUS

SONY

SOUNDESIGN

STEREOPHONICS

TEAC

TECHNICS

THORENS

TOSHIBA

VENTURER

WARDS

XM

YAMAHA

AUDIO AMPLIFIER

Brand

ADCOM

BOSE

CODES

0577, 1100

0674

CARVER 0892

CARY AUDIO DESIGN 1879

CLASSE

FLEXTRONICS

HALCRO

HARMAN/KARDON

KRELL

LEFT COAST

LEXICON

MARANTZ

MARK LEVINSON

PARASOUND

PHILIPS

POLK AUDIO

PRIMARE

YAMAHA

1461

1879

1934

0892

1837

0892

1145, 1802

0892

1483

1934

0892

0892

1395

0354

1189, 1269, 0189, 1266,

1514

1189, 1269, 0189, 0891

1189, 0189

1393

1189

0097, 1555

0842, 1298, 1320, 1805

1023, 0014, 0121, 0670

1497

1308, 1518, 1288, 1316,

1548, 1633, 1763, 1764,

2967

1189, 1269, 0189, 0891,

1266

1023, 0014, 0630, 1384,

1935

0189, 1414

1609

1023, 1609, 1390

1609, 0121

0189

1304, 1500, 1868

2165

1189, 0189

1913

1602, 1811

1058, 1441, 1258, 1759,

1622, 1406, 1558, 1658,

1758, 1858

0670

1023

1390

1308, 1518, 1633

1189

0842, 1788

1390

0189, 0014

1406, 1414

1023, 0176, 1176, 1276,

1331, 1815, 2061

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On-Screen Display

To enter the OSD (On-Screen Display):

1. Press MENU button on the remote control to display the different features on your Hitachi LCD TV.

2. Use the CURSOR PAD ( , , , ) to highlight a feature of the On-Screen Display menu. Press the SELECT button to select.

3. Press EXIT button on the remote control to quickly exit from any menu.

This part of the screen shows which selections are available.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Color

Tint

Sharpness

Color Temp.

Adjust picture settings and customizes picture quality.

Move SEL Select Return

50

50

50

0

50

Standard

Standard

EXIT Exit

This part of the screen shows which remote control buttons to use.

NOTE

• The On Screen Display (OSD) for the different submenus shown in the following pages are for illustration purposes only, there may be slight differences from the actual appearance of the OSD of your

Hitachi LCD TV.

Video

• Picture Mode Select among different picture modes.

• Contrast

Adjust picture contrast.

• Brightness

• Color

• Tint

• Sharpness

Adjust picture brightness.

Adjust color.

Adjust tint.

Adjust sharpness.

• Color Temp.

Set to High for less intense color with more blue, set to Medium for natural color and set to Standard for warm colors.

• Noise

Reduction

• Dynamic

Gamma

• Gamma

• Auto Movie

Reduces conspicuous noise in the picture.

Set to produce greater picture detail in dark or bright scene areas depending on the program.

Changes the gamma ratio value to produce pictures of greater contrast.

Select the 3:2 Pull down detection feature Auto/Off. For a film like picture.

• Reel120

®

Motion

Adjust the movie motion to smooth or original.

• Aspect Ratio

Choose the picture format aspect ratio.

• Backlight

Adjust to increase or decrease the brightness of backlight.

• White Balance Adjust the shadow color (Cutoff) and white color (Drive) to achieve natural whites and neutral grey shadow

• Blue Only

Mode

Fine tune the color saturation and tint bias using a blue only mode.

• Lock Settings Select On to lock your favorite settings.

• Reset

Choose to Reset Video Settings to factory settings.

Audio

• Sound Mode Selects 4 audio presets (Custom,

Standard, Movie, News).

• Bass

• Treble

• Balance

• CONEQ

Adjust the intensity of low frequencies.

Adjust the intensity of high frequencies.

Adjust the balance.

Select sound equalizing mode.

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On-Screen Display

• CONEQ 3D

Sound

Turn On/Off CONEQ 3D sound settings.

• Audio Source Select between three Audio Sources

(Stereo, Mono, SAP) (Available for analog channel).

• Preferred

Language

• Audio

Language

Select your preferred audio language option. (Available for digital channel).

Select Language options if available

(Available for digital channel).

• Digital Output Select Optical Output options

(Available for digital channel and

HDMI).

• Internal

Speakers

Turn On/Off internal speakers.

• Perfect Volume Adjust volume to be closer in level between channels.

• Reset

Resets all Audio settings the original condition.

Setup

• Menu

Language

• Time

Choose English, Spanish, or French for OSD Language.

Set Clock Settings.

• Sleep Timer

Set Sleep Timer intervals (5 minutes ~

4 hours).

• Day / Night

Timer

Set Day/Night picture mode to start at preset times.

• Set Password Set the password for the Parental control access.

• Parental

Controls

Ratings system to block various types of programs.

• Closed

Captions

Feature to turn On/Off closed captions.

• Digital

Captions

Feature to display Digital dialogue/text.

• Digital Caption

Options

Feature to change the appearance of the Digital Captions.

• Analog

Captions

Feature to display Analog dialogue/ text.

• Energy

Options

Select Power Consumption Savings options.

• Light Control Adjust the settings of the Accent Light and Power LED.

• HDMI - CEC

Set to On, this feature will enable simplified operation of compatible

HDMI CEC devices.

• Input Labels Assign name to any of avaliable inputs excluding the TV input.

• RGB Options Adjust Horizontal Position, Vertical

Position, Clock, Phase and Reset.

• Y-PbPr on VGA Select the type of signal being used.

• Demo Mode

• Reset AV &

Setup

Channels

• Source

Turn the demo mode on or off.

Resets all Audio, Video and Setup settings to the original condition.

Selects the type of signal to be used

Cable or Air.

• Signal

Strength

Access Signal Strength meter

(Available for digital channel).

• New Channel

Scan

Set Auto Channel Scan.

• Add Channels to List

Adds Channels to the List (Scanned channels remain the same until New

Channel Scan is performed).

• Channel List Set Channel List.

• Channel

Labels

• Favorite

Channels

Multimedia

Set Labels on the channels.

Set the Favorite Channels.

• JPEG Viewer

View digital still pictures from USB

Drives.

NOTES

• If there are any option grayed out, this is an indication that the option is not available for that specific function or mode.

• Changing of any Video/Audio settings, other than the Standard/Default settings, may not meet the ENERGY STAR requirements.

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Video

VIDEO MENU

Select Video to adjust picture settings and improve picture quality. You can independently customize each of the video inputs, including Analog channels separately from Digital

Channels (under TV Mode). The adjustments will be applied to Custom settings.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Color

Tint

Sharpness

Color Temp.

Adjust picture settings and customizes picture quality.

Move

SEL

Select Return

50

50

50

0

50

Standard

Standard

EXIT

Exit

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Picture Mode

Contrast

Brightness

Color

Tint

Sharpness

Color Temp.

50

50

50

0

50

Standard

Standard

Select the preferred Picture Mode to optimize the picture performance.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

Picture Mode

Use this function to choose from preset picture settings to optimize your TV’s performance.

1. Use the CURSOR PAD to select Picture Mode settings.

2. Then press the CURSOR PAD to return to the Video menu or press the EXIT button to quit menu.

3. There are seven Picture Modes available: Dynamic,

Standard, Movie, Custom, Game, Pro-Day, and Pro-

Night Mode. Standard mode is the factory preset mode for your TV. The only mode that can be directly changed by adjusting any Video setting to your desired conditions is the Custom mode. The other modes, with the exception of the Pro-Day and Pro-Night, are preset. Any changes made to these modes will be applied to Custom mode.

NOTES

• For the PC input, there are only two

Picture modes available: Standard and

Custom. In this case, only the Custom mode can be changed to your desired conditions.

• Video setting can be set to the user’s preference in Game mode (Similar to

Custom mode) with the exception of the

Auto Movie setting.

• If you change any of the adjustments in the Dynamic, Standard and Movie modes, the name of the Custom option will change. For example, the changes on Dynamic will rename the option as

Custom-Dyn.”. This means that the original picture mode is not affected by the changes; the only thing affected is that Custom mode will take the video adjustments of the mode where the change was made.

• For Input Mode, CABLE and AIR share the same Video adjustment settings. Also, each of the video inputs have their own independent video adjustment settings.

Other Video Menu Setting Adjustments

Use the CURSOR PAD or to highlight the function to be adjusted.

1. Press the SELECT button or the CURSOR PAD to select the function settings.

2. Press the CURSOR PAD or to adjust the function.

3. Press MENU button to return to the main menu.

4. Press EXIT button to quit the menu.

Contrast

Use this function to change the contrast between black and white levels in the picture.

Brightness

Use this function to change the overall brightness of the dark areas of the picture.

Color

Use this function to adjust the level of color in the picture.

Tint

Use this function to adjust flesh tones so they appear natural.

Sharpness

Use this function to adjust the amount of fine detail in the picture.

Color Temp.

Set to High for cooler color with more blue, set to Medium for a more natural color or set to Standard for accurate color.

Noise Reduction

The Noise Reduction function automatically reduces conspicuous noise in the picture without degrading picture

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Video

quality. Set Noise Reduction to Off if you see individual blocks in the picture.

Dynamic Gamma

The Dynamic Gamma feature allows you to set among three settings (Off, Dynamic 1, and Dynamic 2) to produce greater picture detail in dark or bright scene area.

Gamma

The Gamma function allows you to set among three levels of gamma ratio correction values (Gamma 1, Gamma 2, or

Gamma 3) to produce pictures contrast.

Auto Movie

This feature sets the 3:2 pull down detection feature to

Auto or Off.

As the theatrical movies are shot on film at 24 frames of still pictures per second, instead of 30 frames or 60 fields like video. When the film is transferred to video for television viewing, the disparity between the two frame rates must be reconciled. This involves a process known as 3:2 pull down.

When the Auto Movie is set to Auto, your Hitachi LCD TV will activate the circuitry for this special feature to improve video performance when watching interlaced format film based sources. Set to Off will deactivate this feature.

Reel120

®

Motion

Hitachi’s advanced video processor can display movies at

120 frames per second. The following settings are available to smooth the motion of movie sources. Please note that the effect may not be immediately noticeable and the effect depends on the content of the movie.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Reel120 Motion

Aspect Ratio

Backlight

White Balance

Blue Only Mode

Lock Settings

Reset

50

Mid

Auto

Off

Adjust the smoothness of motion in movies.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Use the CURSOR PAD or to highlight Reel120 Motion function.

2. Press the CURSOR PAD to select:

High: Select for the maximum smooth motion effect.

Mid: Select for a moderate smooth motion effect.

Low: Select for a mild smooth motion effect.

Off: Select this setting if there is noise with the High,

Medium or Low settings.

Aspect Ratio

Use this function to select the Picture Format Aspect Ratio.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Reel120 Motion

Aspect Ratio

Backlight

White Balance

Blue Only Mode

Lock Settings

Reset

50

Mid

Auto

Off

Select the preferred picture’s aspect ratio.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

Auto Aspect: Automatically adjust the Aspect Ratio depending on the input signal.

Aspect Modes: Manually select the Aspect Ratio. There are different aspect ratios available according to the

signal in use. See page 62.

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Video

Input Signal Display Screen

Display Aspect

Recomended

When Watching Standard Definition Pictures:

To display suitable screen as follows:

4:3

Displays 4:3 programs in there original aspect ratio with bars to the left and right of the image.

(4:3 Signal)

16:9

Expands a 4:3 aspect ratio program to fill the widescreen 16:9 screen

Zoom1

Use this aspect mode to expand letterbox movies to fill the screen.

Note that some of the image may not be visible.

(Vista)

Use this aspect mode to fill the screen with very widescreen movies. Note that some of the image may not be viewable in this mode.

Zoom2

(Cinema)

When Watching High Definition Pictures:

16:9

(16:9 Signal)

Full

Plays a 16:9 image faithfully showing 95% for SD / 97.5% for HD of the size.

Use this mode when you want to see 100% of the signal.

Note that some signals have noise. In the case of noise use the

16:9 mode.

Backlight

Adjust the brightness of the Backlight for maximum visibility.

It changes the intensity of the backlight. Increase for bright rooms and decrease for darker rooms to make the dark areas of the picture black.

White Balance

Use this function to adjust the dark end (Cutoff) and bright end (Drive) of the White background.

Blue Only Mode

This function removes the red and green signal from the video signal and displays the blue signal only. This lets you accurately adjust the color and tint settings.

Lock Settings

Select On to lock your favorite settings

NOTE

• This function is available only for Pro-Day and Pro-Night modes.

Reset

This function allows you to reset the Video Menu Settings of the present input source and return it to the Standard video mode.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Reel120 Motion

Aspect Ratio

Backlight

White Balance

Blue Only Mode

Lock Settings

Reset

Reset all Video settings to the factory values.

Move

SEL

Select Return

50

Mid

Auto

Off

EXIT

Exit

1. Use the CURSOR PAD or to highlight this function.

2. Press the SELECT button or the CURSOR PAD to select Yes or No.

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Video

3. Press the SELECT button on the Yes option to execute the reset of the Video settings.

Depending on the video program being viewed, you can customize each video input to your preference to increase viewing performance and pleasure.

NOTES

• If you run this Reset menu, only the present input source will reset to its initial condition. For example, if the Reset menu has been selected and done for HDMI 1 input source, only the HDMI 1 settings will return to its factory default.

• If " Lock Settings" is turned on (refer to

page 34) running the Reset menu will not

effect your Pro-Day and Pro-Night Mode settings.

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Audio

AUDIO MENU

Select Audio to adjust the sound to your preference.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Sound Mode

Bass

Treble

Balance

CONEQ

CONEQ 3D Sound

Audio Source

Standard

32

32

0

Table Top

On

Stereo

Adjust the sound to your preference.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

Sound Mode

There are 4 sound modes preset for each different types of program. Standard mode is for normal audio conditions,

Movie mode is for movies, News mode is for news programs, and Custom mode is for your preference.

The only mode that can be directly changed by adjusting any audio setting to your desired conditions is the Custom mode. The other modes are preset and any changes made to these modes will be applied to Custom mode.

Audio Menu Settings Adjustment

1. Press the CURSOR PAD or to select audio menu.

2. Press the CURSOR PAD or to adjust the value.

3. While pressing the CURSOR PAD or to adjust the audio value, you can press the CURSOR PAD or to select Bass, Treble, or Balance for adjusting.

4. Press the EXIT button to quit the menu, or select Audio to return to the main menu.

Bass

This function controls the low frequency audio to the speakers.

Treble

This function controls the high frequency audio to the speakers.

Balance

This function will control the left to right balance of the LCD

TV internal speakers and headphone jack.

CONEQ

Delivers clear crisp sound and high fidelity music playback.

Use the CURSOR PAD to select the preferred setting.

Table Top: Use this setting for improved sound quality with table top stands.

Wall Mount: Select this setting for improved sound quality when wall mounting.

Hearing Aid: This special mode is for users that want to maintain clear sound after removing their conventional hearing aid. Note that this feature emphasizes higher frequencies.

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CONEQ 3D Sound

Produces an impressive 3D Sound experience through the

TV’s sound system.

Audio Source

Multi-Channel Television Sound will allow you to select

Stereo (a stereo broadcast), Mono (monaural sound) used when receiving a weak stereo broadcast or SAP(Second

Audio Program) which may be a secondary language, weather report, etc. This setting is only for analog channels.

Preferred Language

Some programs transmit in other languages. This language function will allow you to set between 3 language options

(English, Español, and Français) to your preference as the audio default language. This setting is only for digital channels.

Audio Language

Some programs transmit more than one DTV language option. Most will have English as a default language. The language function will allow you to select up to 10 language options (if available). Please try all available options.

Digital Output

This function allows you to select between RAW and PCM.

This setting changes the format of the Digital Optical

Output.

PCM: Select this feature if the TV is connected to an amplifier/receiver with a PCM only decoder; it will provide two independent soundtrack channels through the optical audio output jack (Digital Audio).

RAW: Select this feature to allow the original audio bit stream to be passed through to the audio receiver.

Internal Speakers

This function is useful when using external speakers. Select

On if using the internal speakers only. Select Off if you prefer to use the speakers from a separate stereo system.

Perfect Volume

This function will automatically adjust volume so each channel and input has the same average volume level.

Audio

Reset

This function allows you to reset the Audio Menu Settings of the present input source and return it to the Standard mode and default settings.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

CONEQ 3D Sound

Audio Source

Audio Language

Digital Output

Internal Speakers

Perfect Volume

Reset

On

Stereo

RAW

On

Off

Reset all Audio settings to the factory values.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Use the CURSOR PAD or to highlight functions.

2. Press the SELECT button or the CURSOR PAD to select Yes or No.

3. Press the SELECT button on the Yes option to execute the reset of the Audio settings.

Depending upon the audio program being heard, you can customize each audio input to your preference to increase audio performance and pleasure.

All the input sources will be reset to its initial condition by running this Reset menu.

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Setup

SETUP MENU

Select Setup when setting up your TV for the first time.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Menu Language

Time

Sleep Timer

Day / Night Timer

Set Password

Parental Controls

Closed Captions

English

Off

Off

Select Setup for your first time or to change your TV’s configuration.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Use the CURSOR PAD ▲ or ▼ to select the Setup menu.

2. Use the CURSOR PAD ► to enter the option of your choice and make the changes that you need.

3. Press the MENU button to return.

Menu Language

Sets the Language of the Menu OSD. This feature will allow you to select any one of three different languages for the on-screen displays.

1. Use the CURSOR PAD ► to select the language of your choice.

2. Press the EXIT button to quit the menu or the MENU button to return to the previous menu.

Time

Use this option to set the Clock, Date and Time Zone for your

LCD TV.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Time Mode

Time Zone

Daylight Savings

Year

Month

Date

Time

Auto

EST

On

2011

Jan

1

12:09 AM

Set the Clock, Date and Time Zone of your TV.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Use the CURSOR PAD ▲, ▼ and ► to highlight and setup the Time settings.

2. If you observe daylight savings, use the CURSOR PAD to highlight Daylight Savings and press the CURSOR

PAD ► to activate it. This can only be changed if the Time

Mode is set to Auto.

3. Use the CURSOR PAD to highlight and adjust the Current

Time (hour and minute), AM or PM, Month, Day and Year.

4. Press the SELECT button to set the Time.

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5. Press the EXIT button to quit the menu or the MENU to return to the previous menu.

NOTES

• When Auto is set, Daylight Savings can be set, the TV will automatically calculate the clock adjustment for Daylight Saving.

Set this setting according to the current

DST status.

• The TV counts electrical pulses for regulating the timers. When the power cord is unplugged quickly, the clock will reset to factory default setting.

• The Year, Month, Date, and Time setup can be changed only if the Time Mode is set to Manual.

Sleep Timer

Select this feature to set your Sleep Timer from 5 minutes to

4 hours.

1. Press the CURSOR PAD repeatedly to set your Timer among Off, 5, 10, 15, 30, 60, 90, 120, 180 or 240 min.

Day / Night Timer

Select this feature to activate and set your TV’s Day/Night picture mode Timers. There are three available Timers for your convenience.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Timer1

Timer1 Start Time

Timer2

Timer2 Start Time

Timer3

Timer3 Start Time

Off

12:00 PM

Off

6:00 PM

Off

12:00 AM

Set Day/Night picture mode to start at preset times.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Use the CURSOR PAD to highlight the Timer that you would like to set (Timer1, Timer2, or Timer3).

2. Use the CURSOR PAD or the SELECT to select the Picture

Mode you would like to activate. (Dynamic, Standard,

Movie, Custom, Game, Pro-Day or Pro-Night).

3. Use the CURSOR PAD to select “Timer Start Time” and press the SELECT button.

4. Use the CURSOR PAD or the NUMERIC buttons to set the timer start time.

5. Once the start time is set press the SELECT button.

6. Repeat steps 1-6 to set another Timer.

Set Password

1. To change the password, select Set the Password option to change the factory preset password (0000) to your preference. If you forget your password, use the factory password 7777 to erase your password. This will reset the password number back to the factory preset (0000).

Setup

2. Enter a new four digit number.

3. Press the EXIT button to quit the menu.

Parental Controls

This function will block out the picture and sound of the selected rating levels.

The password to enter the Locks feature is a 4 digit number.

The factory preset password is 0000. Use the NUMERIC buttons to enter the password.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Enter Password

Select ratings to block or view based on rating categories.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Panel Lock

Block Unrated TV

US

Canada

Region 5

Off

Off

When Panel Lock is turned On, all buttons on the front panel, except the Power button, will be deactivated.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

Panel Lock

When Panel Lock is turned On, all buttons on the front panel, except the POWER button will be deactivated.

Block Unrated TV

When this feature is turned On, programs without ratings will be blocked.

US

This option will block TV and Movie Ratings in the USA to prevent viewing of any content that you feel may be

inappropriate (See page 39).

Canada

This option will block TV and Movie Ratings in Canada to prevent viewing of any content that you feel may be

inappropriate due to its content (See page 40).

U.S. Motion Picture Ratings Table

NOT RATED Contains no rating. Not Rated (NR) and Not

Applicable (NA) programs. Movie has not been rated or ratings do not apply.

G

PG

PG-13

R

NC-17

X

General audiences. All ages admitted.

Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.

Parents strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.

Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.

No one 17 and under admitted.

Adults only

NOTES

• If the movie does not carry a rating, the

TV will not block it.

• Blocking NOT RATED programs may block emergency programming, sports, news, public service announcements, religious programs and weather.

U.S. TV Parental Guide Ratings Table

TV-Y

TV-Y7

TV-G

TV-PG

All children. The themes and elements in this program are specifically designed for a very young audience, including children from ages 2-6.

Directed to older children. Themes and elements in this program may include mild physical or comedic violence, or may frighten children under the age of 7.

General audience. It contains little or no violence, no strong language, and little or no sexual dialogue or situations.

Parental guidance suggested. The program may contain infrequent coarse language, limited violence, some suggestive sexual dialogue and situations.

TV-14

TV-MA

Parents strongly cautioned. This program may contain sophisticated themes, intense sexual situation, more intense violence and intensely suggestive dialogue.

Mature audiences only. This program may contain mature themes, indecent language, graphic violence, and explicit sexual content.

FV: Fantasy/Cartoon Violence V: Violence S: Sexual Situation

L: Adult Language D: Sexually Suggestive Dialogue

NOTES

• If you Block TV-14D, you will still permit

TV-MA programs; If you block TV-14V, you will automatically block TV-MAV programs, but you will still permit TV-

MALS programs. This means that the TV will block violence in TV-14 and higher

(TV-MA), but not language and sex.

• TV program ratings are dependent on the broadcaster. If the program is not rated, the TV will not block it.

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Setup

Canadian Ratings English Table

C

C8+

G

PG

14+

18+

Programming intended for children under age

8 - Violence Guidelines; Careful attention is paid to themes, which could threaten children’s sense of security and well-being. There will be no realistic scenes of violence. Depictions of aggressive behavior will be infrequent and limited to portrayals that are clearly imaginary, comedic or unrealistic in nature. Other Content Guidelines:

There will be no offensive language, nudity or sexual content.

Programming generally considered acceptable for children 8 years and over to watch on their own - Violence Guidelines: Violence will not be portrayed as the preferred, acceptable, or only way to resolve conflict; or encourage children to imitate dangerous acts which they may see on television. Any realistic depictions of violence will be infrequent, discreet, of low intensity and will show the consequences of the acts. Other

Content Guidelines: There will be no profanity, nudity or sexual content.

General Audience - Violence Guidelines: Will contain very little violence, either physical or verbal or emotional. Will be sensitive to themes which could frighten a younger child, will not depict realistic scenes of violence which minimize or gloss over the effects of violent acts.

Other Content Guidelines: There may be some inoffensive slang, no profanity and no nudity.

Parental Guidance - Programming intended for a general audience but which may not be suitable for younger children. Parents may consider some content inappropriate for unsupervised viewing by children ages 8-13. Violence Guidelines:

Depictions of conflict and/or aggression will be limited and moderate; may include physical, fantasy, or supernatural violence. Other Content

Guidelines: May contain infrequent mild profanity, or mildly suggestive language. Could also contain brief scenes of nudity.

Programming contains themes or content which may not be suitable for viewers under the age of

14 - Parents are strongly cautioned to exercise discretion in permitting viewing by pre-teens and early teens. Violence Guidelines: May contain intense scenes of violence. Could deal with mature themes and societal issues in a realistic fashion. Other Content Guidelines: May contain scenes of nudity and/or sexual activity. There could be frequent use of profanity.

Adult - Violence Guidelines: May contain violence integral to the development of the plot, character or theme, intended for adult audiences.

Other Content Guidelines: May contain graphic language and explicit portrayals of nudity and/or sex.

Canadian Ratings French Table

G

8 ans+

13 ans+

16 ans+

18 ans+

General - Programming intended for audiences of all ages. Contains no violence, or the violence content is minimal or is depicted appropriately with humor or caricature or in an unrealistic manner.

8 + General - Not recommended for young children - Programming intended for a broad audience but contains light or occasional violence that could disturb young children. Viewing with an adult is therefore recommended for young children

(under the age of 8) who cannot differentiate between real and imaginary portrayals.

Programming may not be suitable for children under the age of 13 - Contains either a few violent scenes or one or more sufficiently violent scenes to affect them. Viewing with an adult is therefore strongly recommended for children under 13.

Programming is not suitable for children under the age of 16 - Contains frequent scenes of violence or intense violence.

Programming restricted to adults - Contains constant violence or scenes of extreme violence.

Region 5

Use Region 5 to block various types of movies and television programs based on ratings systems used in the U.S. that you feel may be inappropriate due to its content. The Region 5 option will operate for Digital

Channels (ATSC) only.

Ratings Procedure

1. Use the CURSOR PAD t or u to select the Rating category (MPAA, TV Rating, etc.) that you want to block.

2. Press the SELECT button to block the Rating that you have selected.

3. Press the EXIT button to quit the menu.

Region 5 Alternate Ratings (Example Only)

G

PG

PG-13

R

NC-17

X

Y

General audiences. All ages admitted.

Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.

Parents strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.

Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.

No one 17 and under admitted.

Adults only.

Adults only.

NOTES

• In order to set the Region 5 Ratings the

ATSC Digital channel received must include Region 5 Ratings data. To see if the channel has Region 5 Ratings, press the INFO button on the remote control.

• Once the TV has received Region 5

Ratings data, the Region 5 option in the

Parental Controls menu will become available and display the data.

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Setup

Closed Captions

Closed Captions are the dialogue, narration, and/or sound effects of a television program or home video which are displayed on the TV screen. Your local TV program guide denotes these programs as or .

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Menu Language

Time

Sleep Timer

Day / Night Timer

Set Password

Parental Controls

Closed Captions

English

Off

Off

Feature to turn On/Off closed captions.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Use the CURSOR PAD ▲, ▼ and ► to highlight and select the function to change.

On / Off

Turn the display on or off.

With Mute

Turn the display on when Mute is on.

2. Press the EXIT button to quit menu or press menu to return to the Main menu items.

Digital Captions

Set captions for digital programs and set available language.

Digital Caption Options

This function will help choose and set font, size, color and background style of digital captions.

NOTES

• The Digital Closed Captions feature only works when using the “TV” input of this television.

• Caption Display will not work when viewing a 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i or 1080p input via the COMPONENT: Y-PbPr or HDMI inputs .

• Analog and digital Closed Captions availability and content depends on the broadcaster. Digital Closed Caption are available when the Closed Caption icon is displayed on the info banner.

• Digital Captions language will not be available (grayed out) when using analog channels.

Analog Captions

Set captions for analog programs. This function will help choose and set available mode and channel.

CC1 ~ CC4

These are for the program you are viewing.

TEXT1 ~ TEXT4

These are for additional information such as news reports or a TV program guide. This information covers the entire screen and viewing the TV program is not possible. Text may not be available with every program.

Energy Options

Use this feature to save energy when watching your Hitachi

LCD TV.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Set Password

Parental Controls

Closed Captions

Digital Captions

Digital Caption Options

Analog Captions

Energy Options

Off

Service1

CC1

Use this feature to save energy when watching your Hitachi TV

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Press the CURSOR PAD ▲ or ▼ to highlight Energy

Options.

2. Press the CURSOR PAD ► to select your choice.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Light Sensor

Picture Energy Saving

Home/Retail

Auto TV Off

Off

Min

Home

Off

Select power consumption reduction based on 3 levels.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

Light Sensor

This feature allows you to turn Off/On the light sensor function for automatically backlight control.

Picture Energy Saving

This function allows you to choose one of the 3 power consumption reduction levels: Min, Medium, or Max).

Home/Retail

You can change the initial setting to either Home or

Retail mode quickly through this menu option, without

running the TV Setup Wizard again (See page 13).

NOTE

• Retail mode is intended for showroom use only. Any menu or control changes in this mode will not be saved when the TV is turned off.

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Setup

Auto TV Off

The TV will automatically turn off for no signal at any input and no remote control or front-panel key access after a preset timing.

The selecitons are: Off, 1 min, 5 min, 10 min, 15 min, and AutoSleep.

Off:

• This Auto TV Off function is disabled.

1 min, 5 min, 10 min, 15 min:

• The TV will automatically turn off with no signal at any input within preset timings. The turn-off timing will reset once the remote control or front-panel key is accessed.

AutoSleep:

• With no signal at any input, the TV will automatically turn off if no remote control or frontpanel key activity is detected within 15 minuets.

The turn-off timing will reset once a signal is present or the remote control or front-panel key is accessed.

• With a signal at any input, the TV will automatically turn off if no remote control or front-panel key activity is detected within 3 hours. The turn-off timing will reset once the remote control or frontpanel key is accessed.

Light Control

This feature allows you to save electric energy consumption furthermore besides the other energy saving options.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Energy Options

Light Control

HDMI - CEC

Input Labels

RGB Options

Y-PbPr on VGA

Demo Mode

RGB

Off

Adjust the settings of the Accent Light and Power LED.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Press the CURSOR PAD ▲ or ▼ to highlight Light Control.

2. Press the CURSOR PAD ► to enter the Light Control menu.

Accent Light

This feature turns Off or control the brightness of the

Accent Light on the front panel of your TV.

Power LED

Select this feature to turn Off or On the Power LED indicator on the front panel on your TV.

HDMI - CEC

Set to On and this feature will enable the HDMI-CEC signal bus to allow your Hitachi LCD TV to discover and communicate automatically with other compatible HDMIinterfaced Audio/Video device. The CEC signal bus makes global controls possible, based on “plug & play” automation, to minimize the number of IR remotes and key-presses required for basic operation of your AV device. Select Off to disable this option.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Light Control

HDMI - CEC

Input Labels

RGB Options

Y-PbPr on VGA

Demo Mode

Reset AV & Setup

RGB

Off

Ver. 1.04

This feature can interface the connected device through the HDMI input automatically if the connected device supports the HDMI CEC standard.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

CEC Enable

Device Auto Off

TV Auto On

On

On

On

When set to On, this feature will enable simplified operation of compatible HDMI

CEC components.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

With the “HDMI - CEC” feature, you can interface the connected device through the HDMI jack automatically if the connected device meets the“HDMI CEC (Consumer

Electronics Control)” industry standard. Please check if the connected device supports HDMI CEC before using this feature. For example, here are three common functions after setting item “CEC Enable” to “On”.

Feature

One-Touch Play

(TV Auto On)

System Standby

(Device Auto

Off)

Description

Pushing the “Play” button on the CEC enabled device will command the device to play , turn the TV on, and the HDMI input, that the device is connected to, will become the active input device for the TV.

When the user turns off the TV, all active

CEC enabled devices on the HDMI input will go to Standby.

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Setup

Feature

One-Touch Play

(TV Auto On)

Playback

Control

Description

Pushing the “Play” button on the CEC enabled device will command the device to play , turn the TV on, and the HDMI input, that the device is connected to, will become the active input device for the TV.

The user can operate the CEC enabled device’s deck control functions (i.e. Play,

Stop,Fast Forward and Rewind) by the

TV’s remote control’s transport keys (ie.

, , and ).

NOTE

• Not all devices with an HDMI connection have the CEC feature. Consult the instruction manuals for the device you are trying to control to confirm whether or not

CEC is available.

Input Labels

Use this feature to give a name to any of the video inputs excluding the TV input.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Light Control

HDMI - CEC

Input Labels

RGB Options

Y-PbPr on VGA

Demo Mode

Reset AV & Setup

VGA

Off

Assign names to any of available inputs excluding the TV input.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Press the CURSOR PAD ▲ or ▼ to highlight Inputs Labels.

2. Press the CURSOR PAD ► to select your choices.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Input

Name

Select

HDMI 1

HDMI 1

Default

Save

Reset

Assign names to any of available inputs excluding the TV input.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

NOTES

• Input Labels is Grayed out (Skip) or disabled until you are on the INPUT that you like to change.

• When the Custom option is selected, a

Keyboard will appear on the screen to place your desired label.

RGB Options

This function is to adjust the RGB input to match your PC or laptop output with your LCD Television.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Light Control

HDMI - CEC

Input Labels

RGB Options

Y-PbPr on VGA

Demo Mode

Reset AV & Setup

RGB

Off

Adjust Horizontal Position, Vertical Position, Clock, Phase or Reset the RGB settings.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Press the CURSOR PAD ▲ or ▼ to highlight RGB

Options.

2. Press the CURSOR PAD ► to select your choices.

There are six options for the RGB input: H-Position,

V-Position, Clock, Phase , Auto Adjust, and Reset.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

H-Position

V-Position

Clock

Phase

Auto Adjust

Reset

0

0

0

18

Adjust Horizontal Position, Vertical Position, Clock, Phase or Reset the RGB settings.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

H-Position

Adjusts the display position horizontally.

V-Position

Adjusts the display position vertically.

Clock

Minimizes vertical stripes on the screen.

Phase

Minimizes the blurring of letters and stripes on horizontal row.

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Setup

Auto Adjust

Adjusts Horizontal Position, Vertical Position, Clock, and

Phase automatically.

Reset

Each item in RGB Options Menu will be restored to the factory setting by selecting Yes.

Y-PbPr on VGA

Select the type of signal being connected to the RGB/

COMPONENT 2 input.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Light Control

HDMI - CEC

Input Labels

RGB Options

Y-PbPr on VGA

Demo Mode

Reset AV & Setup

Component 2

Off

RGB

Component 2

Select the type of signal being used.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

RGB

This is the default setting for PC connection.

Component 2

Select this option if you want to connect with Y-PbPr video cable from the video output of your AV device to this TV RGB/COMPONENT 2 input.

After selected COMPONENT 2 for this option, you will have to press the INPUT button on the remote control to select

5. Component 2 input source so as to view the source from the TV RGB/COMPONENT 2 input.

Input List

0. TV

1. HDMI 1

2. HDMI 2

3. HDMI 3

4. Component 1

5. Component 2

6. AV

/ INPUT Move / Select

See page 17 for how to connect COMPONENT device to the

RGB/COMPONENT 2 input.

Demo Mode

Turn the demo mode On or Off.

A TV feature introduction will be popped up at the upper right screen corner.

Reset AV & Setup

This feature restores all Audio, Video and Setup settings to the factory default values.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Light Control

HDMI - CEC

Input Labels

RGB Options

Y-PbPr on VGA

Demo Mode

Reset AV & Setup

RGB

Off

Ver. 1.04

Reset all Audio, Video and Setup settings to the factory values.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

NOTE

• If "

Lock Settings" is turned on (refer to

page 34) running the Reset menu will not

effect your Pro-Day and Pro-Night Mode settings.

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Channels

CHANNELS MENU

Select Channels to set your signal source options, run

New Channel Scan, Check Signal Meter and Set Channel

List (Add channels to List, Channel/Labels and Favorite

Channels).

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Source

Signal Strength

New Channel Scan

Add Channels to List

Channel List

Channel Labels

Favorite Channels

Air

Set your signal source, perform channel scan or customize the channels list.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Source

Signal Strength

New Channel Scan

Add Channels to List

Channel List

Channel Labels

Favorite Channels

Air

Select the type of signal being used.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Press the CURSOR PAD or to highlight functions.

2. Press the SELECT button or the CURSOR PAD enter the next popped-up menu.

3. Press the CURSOR PAD ▲ or ▼ to select.

Source

Select the signal Source for the TV. When using an indoor or outdoor antenna select Air. When using a cable system select Cable.

Signal Strength

Select Signal Strength when using an indoor or outdoor antenna. This feature will show the signal strength of the antenna signal to help you adjust your antenna to optimize signal reception. Use the MENU or the EXIT button to return.

NOTE

• The Signal Strength meter will not be available (grayed out) when watching analog channels.

New Channel Scan

This feature will automatically store active Analog and

Digital channels to the Channel list. This scan will erase all channels previously stored in the list.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Source

Signal Strength

New Channel Scan

Add Channels to List

Channel List

Channel Labels

Favorite Channels

Air

Search for active channels and store them to the channel list. This scan erases all channels previously saved before storing new channels.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Use the CURSOR PAD or to highlight then press the

SELECT button to start scanning.

NOTE

• If you do not want to erase all scanned channels, please use the

Add Channels

to List option instead.

Add Channels to List

This function allows you to add channels to the channel memory. Sometimes adjusting the antenna direction will allow reception of additional channels.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Searching, Please wait...

Searching Digital CH Channel 23

Digital Channels Found

Analog Channels Found

2

0

16%

Skip

Add Channels to the Channel List. Scanned channels will remain until a New

Channel Scan is performed.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Use the CURSOR PAD or to select the Add Channels

to List.

2. Press the SELECT button to start scanning.

3. Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

NOTE

• Only the Channels that have been added to the list will be stored.

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Channels

Channel List

This function allows you to review which channels have been added to the Channel List.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Ch 5-0

Ch 7-0

Ch 9-0

Ch 11-0

Ch 43-0

Ch 47-0

Set changes to the Channel List

Move

SEL

Select

Channel List

Return

View

View

View

View

View

View

EXIT

Exit

1. Use the CURSOR PAD to navigate the Channel List.

2. Press the SELECT button or the CURSOR PAD „ to select Skip or View.

3. Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

NOTE

• The Channel List cannot be updated by only changing the signal. Auto Channel

Scan must be performed for the Channel

List to be updated.

Channel Labels

Use this feature to give a name to any of the channels.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Source

Signal Strength

New Channel Scan

Add Channels to List

Channel List

Channel Labels

Favorite Channels

Air

Assign names to any of the channels.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Press the CURSOR PAD ƒ or ► to highlight the channels.

2. Press the CURSOR PAD to change the channel label.

3. Press the SELECT button to show the keyboard for editing the channels.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

52-0

Save

Reset

Assign names to any of the channels.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

Favorite Channels

This function allows you to manage your favorite channels.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Source

Signal Strength

New Channel Scan

Add Channels to List

Channel List

Channel Labels

Favorite Channels

Air

Manage your favorite channels.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

1. Use the CURSOR PAD to navigate the Favorite Channels.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Ch 5-0

Ch 7-0

Ch 9-0

Ch 11-0

Ch 43-0

Ch 47-0

Favorite CH List 0/50

Manage your favorite channels.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

2. Press the SELECT button or the CURSOR PAD „ to check mark the channel and make it a Favorite channel.

Select all desired channels.

3. Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.

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Channels

4. To view all the Favorite channels that you have chosen, press the FAV CH button on the remote control.

Favorite CH List

0. Ch 5-0

1. Ch 7-0

2. Ch 9-0

3. Ch 11-0

Move SEL Select EXIT Exit

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Multimedia

MULTIMEDIA MENU

Your Hitachi LCD TV features a JPEG Viewer that allows watching digital still pictures from your USB disk plugged to the USB slot at the side panel.

There are two ways to enter the multimedia option:

To enter the JPEG Viewer automatically:

1. Plug your USB disk either before or after powering on your TV, the TV screen will pops up a selection window of

Multimedia List allowing you to select the JPEG Viewer.

Multimedia List

To play JPEG photo files:

1. Enter the JPEG Viewer. Use the CURSOR PAD ( , ,

, ) to search your photo files, or the folder that contains your photo files. Press the SELECT button to enter.

\..

file name.JPG

file name.JPG

file name.JPG

file name.JPG

file name.JPG

file name.JPG

file name.JPG

JPEG Viewer

2. If you want to enter the JPEG Viewer now, use the

CURSOR PAD or to highlight JPEG Viewer and press SELECT button.

3. If you do not want to enter the JPEG Viewer now, you may either use the CURSOR PAD or to highlight Exit and press SELECT button to leave, or press the EXIT button on the remote control directly to leave.

To enter the JPEG Viewer manually:

With your USB disk plugged to the TV, you can enter JPEG

Viewer at anytime.

1. Press MENU button on the remote control to enter the

On-Screen Display.

Video

Audio

Setup

Channels

Multimedia

Exit

JPEG Viewer

View digital pictures from a USB drive using the USB input on the side panel.

Move

SEL

Select Return

EXIT

Exit

2. Use the CURSOR PAD or to highlight Multimedia and use the CURSOR PAD to select and enter JPEG

Viewer.

file name.JPG

file name.JPG

file name.JPG

file name.JPG

2. While in the JPEG Viewer, you can press the MENU button to enter a submenu to do these control: Image

Delay, Start Slide Show, Rotate Photo, Back To Upper

Folder, Back To Root Folder, and Exit.

Normal Image Delay

Start Slide Show

Rotate Photo

Back To Upper Folder

Back To Root Folder

Exit

3. Press the SELECT button on the first photo file to start viewing. Press the EXIT button to stop viewing. Press the

button to start slide show viewing. Press the button to stop slide show viewing.

NOTE

• Due to the mechanical design of te TV, the maximum thickness of the USB disk plugged to the USB slot at the side panel should not exceed 9mm.

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Equipment Care And Troubleshooting

DO

• Dust the screen and cabinet with a soft cloth.

• Clean the screen with a soft cloth moistened in warm water and dry with a soft cloth. A mild soap may be used if the screen is extremely dirty.

• Place your LCD Television away from extreme heat, humidity and extremely dusty places.

• Remove the plug from the wall outlet if your LCD Television will not be used for a long period of time, for instance, when you go on vacation.

DO NOT

• Do not clean your screen with strong cleaners, polishes or a chemically treated cloth.

• Do not place rubber or vinyl products or tape on your LCD

Television.

• Avoid repeatedly touching the screen.

• Do not drop or hit the remote control. This may cause internal damages.

• Avoid placing the remote control in a high humidity place or getting it wet. Do not leave it on or near a heater.

Excessive heat or moisture may cause the unit to fail.

• When the batteries run down, remote control operation will become erratic or become unresponsive. Replace the old batteries with two new “AAA“ size batteries. Do not use an old battery with a new battery.

• Exposing the screen to direct sunlight for a long period of time or heat may cause damage to the LCD screen.

• Do not spray any cleaners directly onto screen.

Troubles are sometimes caused by simple ”faults” that you can correct without the help of a service technician.

If you experience any difficulty with your TV, check a few basic remedies before calling your service technician.

TV will not turn ON

1. Press the POWER button (ON/OFF button) once.

2. If there is still no power, wait 30 seconds and press the POWER button again.

3. If there is still no power, unplug the power cord from the wall. Wait 30 seconds and plug the power cord back in. Press the

POWER button again.

When the Following Messages Appear on the Screen

Message

No Signal

Condition / Action

The unit cannot detect any signals from any input jacks or the TV channel does not show picture.

• Check if the cable is connected correctly and firmly.

• Check if the power of any external device is ON.

• Check if the input selection matches the connection jack.

• This message will be displayed for 15 minutes then the TV will turn off.

Symptom and Checklist

SYMPTOM

No picture - no sound

Multiple images-normal sound

Intermittent interference

Normal picture, but no sound

CHECKLIST

• Check the indicating lamp status (Off, Red, Blue).

• Check the connection of the power cord and/or other cables.

• Check if the power of the unit or external device is ON.

• Check if the correct Video input is selected.

• Check if the unit is in “Standby mode”.

• Adjust the values in “Video menu” and “Audio menu”.

• Check the connections to external device.

• Check if the source of interference is shielded correctly.

• Move these kinds of electrical devices away from the unit.

• Check the volume level.

• Check if the MUTE button has been pressed or not.

• Check the connections to external device.

• Try next/other Audio Language.

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9,

12,

15~19,

32~37

15~19

51

15~20, 36

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Troubleshooting

SYMPTOM

No picture - normal sound

The remote control does not work.

CHECKLIST

• Check the value level of “Brightness” and “Contrast” in “Video

Menu”.

• Check if the batteries are installed correctly.

• The batteries might be exhausted. Replace them with new ones.

• Remove all obstructions from in front of the sensor window on the unit.

• Check if the buttons on the control panel are working.

The buttons on both the remote control and control panel do not work.

• Unplug and connect the power cord again.

Normal picture but no color-normal sound • Check the connections to external device.

No picture

The Indicating lamp → Off

• Check if the power cord is plugged into the socket securely.

No picture

The indicating lamp → Blue

Some screen display aspects cannot be switched in.

No power

Turns Off by itself

Turns On by itself

Picture may “block” or freeze when watching a digital channel.

• Check if the signal cable is connected correctly and securely.

• Adjust the level of Brightness and Contrast lower.

• Check the signal status by pressing the INFO button on the remote control. The available screen display aspect is different depending on the current signal status.

• Check the power cord is connected to the AC outlet.

• Check or ensure Sleep Timer settings are not activated.

• Check if the HDMI-CEC feature is activated.

• Check signal strength under “Signal Strength”.

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6, 9

12

15~19

9, 12

12, 15~19, 33

11, 22, 62

12

11, 20, 38

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HDMI Issues

SYMPTOM

No picture - no sound

Error notice comes to screen

Normal picture, but no sound

No sound from TV Optical Out when using HDMI devices

Picture flickers during channel change w/ using HDMI set top boxes

Picture is blurry or fuzzy

Pixelization noise or loss connection (“No

Signal” message display)

CHECKLIST

• Make sure you have selected the correct HDMI input. Toggle through them while HDMI device is ON or during playback.

• Unplug and re-plug HDMI connection while TV and HDMI source device are powered on.

• Turn TV and HDMI device off. Turn TV on first and then HDMI device second.

• Try pressing “exit” on HDMI device remote control and then on TV remote control to find source of the error OSD. If error persist or comes back even after pressing exit, try alternate HDMI input on TV.

• Unplug and re-plug HDMI connection while TV and HDMI source device are powered on.

• Turn TV and HDMI device off. Turn TV on first and then HDMI device second.

• Check HDMI Audio settings under the HDMI device menu (of the

HDMI source device). In order to get sound on TV, HDMI output must be set to PCM option.

• Change Digital Output selection.

• As an option, use audio optical output from HDMI source device directly to separate Audio Amplifier.

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9~11, 15~16

36

19, 36

• This is normal operation from the source switching delay itself. It’s not an indicator of a TV malfunction.

• If HDMI source is HD capable, ensure it’s output is set to 1080p,

1080i or 720p under HDMI device menu (of the HDMI source device).

• Check HDMI input picture format, if use 1080p format confirm cable length it is recommended that the length of the cable should be less than 5 meters, or change HDMI input picture format to 1080i.

If the problem cannot be solved with the suggested procedures, contact 800.HITACHI. For your safety, never try to repair the product yourself.

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Reception Problems

IGNITION NOISE:

Black spots or horizontal streaks may appear, picture may flutter or drift. Usually caused by interference from automobile ignition systems, neon lamps, electrical drills, and other electrical appliances.

GHOSTS:

Ghosts are caused by the television signal following two paths. One is the direct path and the other is reflected from tall buildings, hills or some other objects. Changing the direction or position of the antenna may improve reception. Ghosting may also be caused by defects in the antenna system such as unshielded leads or connecting several sets to the same antenna without using multiple antenna couplers.

SNOW:

If your receiver is located in the fringe area of a television station where the signal is weak, your picture may be marred by the appearance of small dots. When the signal is extremely weak, it may be necessary to install a special antenna to improve the picture.

RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE:

The interference produces moving ripples or diagonal streaks, and in some cases, causes loss of contrast in the picture.

PREVENTION OF AN OBSTACLE TO RADIO RECEIVERS

This television has been designed pursuant to the FCC class B Rules. This is to prevent a problem to Radio receivers. If this television causes a problem to Radio receivers, then take the following steps:

• Keep the television away from Radio.

• Adjust Radio antennas in order for the television not to receive interference.

• The antenna cable of Radio should be kept away from the television.

• Use a coaxial cable for antenna.

You can check if this television influences Radio receivers by turning off all other device other than the television. If you find a problem receiving Radio when using the television, check the instructions mentioned above.

BLOCK NOISE or FREEZE (DIGITAL INPUT):

Fuzzy blocks may appear in some area or the whole area of the screen. This is usually caused by interference from automobile ignition systems, neon lamps, electrical drills, ghosting of the image and lost or weak receiving signals.

BLACK SCREEN:

When using an antenna, weak signals will display a black screen. It may be necessary to upgrade your antenna.

NOTE

• The TV set can generate sound distortion in external devices such as a radio. Please separate radio device from the TV set to a considerable distance.

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Features And Specifications

Picture Performance:

• 120Hz 1080p Perfected (1920 x 1080)

• Reel120

®

Motion Correction

• HDMI

®

Key Features

- CEC(Consumer Electronics Control)

- ARC(Audio Return Channel)

- 1080p/60/24

• 3D Y/C Comb Filter

• 3 Preset Color Temperatures

• Custom White Balance

• Blue Only Mode

• Game Mode

Convenience Features:

• Picture Modes:

Dynamic/Standard/Movie/Game/Custom/Pro-Day/Pro-

Night

PRO-Mode Lockable Day/Night Memories

PRO-Mode Timer

Picture Memory by Input

• Screen Aspect Modes: (Auto/4:3/16:9/Zoom1/Zoom2/

Full)

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• Intelligent Light Sensor

• V-Chip Parental Control

Audio Performance Features:

• CONEQ™ Hearing Aid Mode

• CONEQ™ 3D Sound

• 4 Sound Modes (Custom, Standard, Movie, News)

• Rated Output Power: 10W+10W (L/R)

Inputs:

• Power Input .............................................. AC 120V, 60Hz

• Power Consumption

Maximum Power LE42S605 .................. 100 W, 0.85A

Maximum Power LE46S605 .................. 140 W, 1.15A

• Antenna Input Impedance .................................... 75 Ohm

• Channel Coverage ................................................. 191ch.

VHF-Band ...........................................................2~13

UHF-Band .........................................................14~69

CATV Mid Band .........................................A5~A1, A~I

Super Band ..........................................................J~W

Hyper Band ..............................................W+1~W+28

Ultra Band ..............................................W+29~W+94

• Television System ................................... NTSC Standard

...................ATSC Standard (8 VSB, 64-QAM, 256-QAM)

• Video ..................................................... 1.0Vp-p, 75 Ohm

• Component Video

Luminance(Y) .................................. 1.0Vp-p, 75 Ohm

Chrominance(Pb/Pr) ....................... 0.7Vp-p, 75 Ohm

• Audio Input Impedance .................................... >10k Ohm

• Audio Input Sensitivity .....................................500mVrms

• HDMI ................................................................... (19 PIN)

Supplied Accessories:

• Remote Control

• Batteries (AAA)

• Owners Guide

• Easy Graphic Guide

• Stand Base

• Stand Screws

• Hinge cover for wall mount

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Inputs/Outputs:

• (3) HDMI

®

• (1) Component 1 Y, Pb, Pr / Composite Video Input

• (1*) RGB/Component 2 Y, Pb, Pr Input

• (1) RGB/DVI/Component 2 Audio Input (3.5mm Stereo)

• (1) USB Multimedia/Service Input

• (1) Antenna (RF) Input

• (1) Audio (L,R) Output (3.5mm Stereo)

• (1) Digital Audio Output (Optical)

• (1) Headphone Output (3.5mm Stereo)

* RGB/Component2 (Shared D-Sub 15, Adapter Not

Included)

Specifications:

• FCC class ........................................ B for Consumer Use

• Power Requirements ......................... 108-132VAC, 60Hz

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Screen mode availability varies by input format.

VGA and XGA are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.

VESA is a registered trademark of the Video Electronics Standard Association.

HDTV Televisions display HDTV only when an HDTV source is available.

All specifications, weights, and dimensions are subject to change without prior notice. Please access www.hitachi.us/tv for detailed specifications and dimensions for custom installations.

HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia

Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of

HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.

Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of

Dolby Laboratories.

TM

Manufactured under license from Real Sound Lab, SIA.

CONEQ is a trademark of Real Sound Lab, SIA.

CONEQ™ delivers clear, rich sound using proprietary professional equalizing technology. Dialog is clear and music sounds more dynamic when the speakers are perfectly optimized.

CONEQ HA Mode™ (Hearing Aid) technology produces natural sound for the hearing impaired. The listener can enjoy details in music and clear dialog often without the help of a hearing aid.

CONEQ™ 3D Sound produces a natural threedimensional sound experience. CONEQ 3D Sound compliments any program by providing musically accurate sound.

Set Dimensions

LE42S605 model (Includes Table Top Stand) Weight (lbs./kg): 33/15

Units : Inches (mm)

39 3/16 (994.1)

36 5/8 (930.2)

(DISPLAY AREA)

42.02Ó (106.7cm)

CENTER OF THE SCREEN

18 7/8 (479.7)

1 9/16 (37.5)

9 9/16 (241.2)

HOLE FOR

WALL MOUNT

(4 PLACES)

15 3/4 (400.0)

LOCATION OF THE

POWER CORD

Rear View

Use as Reference for Wall Mount Bracket

Screw Length (A)

Insertion Length (B)

Spring Washer (C)

Plane Washer (D)

Wall Mount Bracket (E)

Example :

A = B+C+D+E

A: 14.5~16.5 mm.

B: 9.5~11.5 mm.

C: 1 mm.

D: 1 mm.

E: 3 mm.

The screw type : Thread ISO M6 (Metric type, do not use Standard type).

Side View

Wall Mount Screw specification

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Set Dimensions

LE46S605 model (Includes Table Top Stand) Weight (lbs./kg): 39.7/18

Units : Inches (mm)

42 11/16 (1083.5)

40 1/8 (1018.1)

(DISPLAY AREA)

45.99Ó (116.8cm)

CENTER OF THE SCREEN

18 7/8 (479.7)

1 9/16 (37.5)

9 9/16 (241.2)

HOLE FOR

WALL MOUNT

(4 PLACES)

15 3/4 (400.0)

LOCATION OF THE

POWER CORD

Rear View

Use as Reference for Wall Mount Bracket

Screw Length (A)

Insertion Length (B)

Spring Washer (C)

Plane Washer (D)

Wall Mount Bracket (E)

Example :

A = B+C+D+E

A: 14.5~16.5 mm.

B: 9.5~11.5 mm.

C: 1 mm.

D: 1 mm.

E: 3 mm.

The screw type : Thread ISO M6 (Metric type, do not use Standard type).

Side View

Wall Mount Screw specification

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Service Information

800.HITACHI

(800.448.2244)

Monday ~ Friday

8:00 am - 7:00 pm CST

www.hitachi.us/tv

HITACHI AMERICA, LTD.

HITACHI has made every effort to assure you hours of trouble free operation from your Hitachi product. Should you require service assistance with

OPERATIONAL, HOOK UP, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE OR WARRANTY SERVICE SUPPORT, please contact one of our knowledgeable Customer Service Representatives at 800.HITACHI (800.448.2244).

Our Customer Service Representatives will provide you with the assistance you need and if necessary coordinate the repair process with a local Authorized Service Facility in your area. Please be prepared to submit proof of purchase and/or delivery receipts to your 800.HITACHI Customer Service Representative. Warranty coverage will be provided in accordance with the provisions of your Limited Warranty (see the Limited Warranty page in this owners guide).

Pour de plus amples renseignements sur le service durant la période couverte par la garantie, sur le fonctionnement ou pour de l’assistance technique communiquez avec:

Au Canada: 800.HITACHI (800.448.2244)

Lundi~ Vendredi 8:00 am – 7:00 pm HNC

Hitachi America, Ltd., Digital Media Division

Customer Service Support

PO Box 3900

Peoria, IL 61612

U.S.A.: [email protected]

Canada: [email protected]

Customer Record

The MODEL NAME and SERIAL NUMBER of this product is located on the backcover and also on the RIGHT SIDE of the set.

Please follow the next steps to find this information and then record it in the space provided below for use in case you call 800.

HITACHI, they will require this information in order to give you the proper support.

Look on the right side of the set.

Locate the label where it shows the information related to MODEL NAME and SERIAL #.

800.HITACHI will require this information in order to give you the proper support regarding your questions.

Model Name_________________ Serial Number _________________

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Limited Warranty

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Congratulations on your purchase of a new Hitachi display product.

LIMITED WARRANTY

Hitachi America, Ltd. warrants this product in accordance with the terms and conditions applicable to the products identified below:

Conditions of Hitachi Limited Warranty

This Hitachi display product (the “Product”) is warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship beginning on the date of purchase by the original owner and continuing for the duration of the applicable time periods specified below. If the Product is found to be defective, Hitachi will repair or replace (at Hitachi’s option) defective parts at no charge, subject to the conditions of this Limited Warranty. If the original owner rejects, refuses or otherwise does not accept Hitachi’s offer to repair or replace such defective parts under this Limited Warranty, this Limited Warranty shall be void and of no further force or effect. This Limited Warranty extends to the original owner only and is not transferable, and such owner must provide a dated sales receipt for the Product to qualify for parts or service under this Limited

Warranty. The original owner must notify Hitachi of a defect claim by calling 800.HITACHI during the applicable Limited

Warranty period for this Limited Warranty to be effective. This Limited Warranty is valid only in the U.S.A. and Puerto

Rico.

Hitachi Product :

LCD Flat Panel Televisions

PARTS: The Limited Warranty period for parts is 1 year from the date of original purchase. During the Limited Warranty period for parts, Hitachi will replace defective parts with new or rebuilt parts (at Hitachi’s option) at no charge for such parts. Any replacement part will be warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period applicable to the part replaced.

LABOR: The Limited Warranty period for labor is 1 year from the date of original purchase. During the Limited Warranty period for labor, Hitachi will repair or replace (at Hitachi’s option) defective parts without charge for labor.

CERTIFIED

SERVICE

CENTER

Hitachi is a proud supporter of the Certified Service Center program. Businesses who display the CSC certification mark have demonstrated that they operate in accordance with the high standards of professionalism prescribed by the Consortium for

Certified Service Centers.

IMPORTANT:

Before using or installing your

Product, please complete this form and attach your sales receipt and retain them for your records. This will help facilitate proper warranty coverage.

Warranty Limitations

CITY

SERVICE LOCATION: In-home warranty service, which includes either in-home repair or free pick-up and delivery (at

Hitachi’s option), applies to all Hitachi products except: (i) 32-inch and smaller LCD Flat Panel Televisions; (ii) Products located outside the U.S.A. or Puerto Rico; (iii) Products located more than seventy-five (75) driving miles from Hitachi’s nearest Authorized Service Facility. If the foregoing clauses (i), (ii), (iii)apply, then the Product owner will be responsible for bringing/delivering the Product to a Hitachi Authorized Service Facility and, following warranty service, retrieving the

Product from such Authorized Service Facility.

800.HITACHI (800.448.2244)

ONL

Y IN

Please call 800.HITACHI (800.448.2244) for operational, hook up or warranty service support.

Visit our website at www.hitachi.us/tv :

Hitachi’s website features a wealth of information on Hitachi products and technologies, as well as downloadable owners guides and other useful information.

RICO

DEALER ADDRESS

U.S.A.

SERIAL NO.

DATE OF PURCHASE

This Hitachi Limited Warranty does not cover:

A. Any Product that has been modified or repaired in a manner not previously authorized by Hitachi in writing.

B. Any Product whose serial number has been removed, altered, replaced, defaced or rendered illegible.

C. Any defect, malfunction, or failure caused by or resulting from improper or unauthorized service, maintenance or repair.

D. Damage resulting from abuse, misuse, mishandling, neglect or damage caused by exposure to hostile operating environments such as areas containing dust and/or smoke.

AND

H. Product repairs (including any product whose case has been opened), or part replacements provided or installed, by any person other than an Authorized Hitachi Service Facility Representative.

I. Improper uncrating, set-up or installation or any misadjustments caused by user-operated controls.

J. Any labor or costs associated with removing the Product from a custom cabinet or other specialized product installation that impedes direct and immediate removal of the Product from the owner’s premises (must be arranged and paid by the owner).

K. Product cabinets, cabinet parts, knobs, batteries or accessories.

L. Product screens that have been cleaned by any method other than as specified in the Product’s Owners Guide.

M. Normal usage, degraded brightness caused by backlight aging and/or cell defects or ordinary wear and tear, including, without limitation, scratches or marks on the Product’s screen, cabinet or the appearance of bright or dark screen pixels.

N. Any Product returned for service that is damaged due to improper packaging, mishandling or shipping. (IMPORTANT: When shipping any Product to a Hitachi Authorized Service Facility, Product owner must package it securely in the original shipping container or its equivalent to prevent damage. The Product must be returned with the shipping charges prepaid and proof of purchases included in the shipping container. Failure to properly package such product during such shipment will void all warranties.)

O. Any Product purchased or serviced outside the United States of America and Puerto Rico.

P. Any Product that has been used for commercial purposes.

NO PERSON, AGENT, DISTRIBUTOR, DEALER, SERVICE FACILITY, OR COMPANY IS AUTHORIZED TO CHANGE, MODIFY OR AMEND THE TERMS OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IN ANY MANNER WHATSOEVER.

EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, HITACHI MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTY REGARDING THIS HITACHI PRODUCT. FURTHER, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES RELATING TO ANY PORTION

OF THIS PRODUCT, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION SPECIFIED UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. HITACHI

SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO THE PURCHASER OR TO ANY OTHER PERSON FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSS OF PROFIT OR PRODUCT RESULTING FROM ANY DEFECT IN,

OR MALFUNCTION OR FAILURE OF, THIS HITACHI PRODUCT. BECAUSE SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, OR THE EXCLUSION OF INCIDENTAL

OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY CONFERS SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING CERTAIN OTHER RIGHTS THAT MAY VARY

DEPENDING ON YOUR JURISDICTION.

End User License Agreement For HITACHI DTV Software

END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR HITACHI DTV SOFTWARE

IMPORTANT – READ CAREFULLY: This End User License Agreement for HITACHI DTV Software (this “Agreement”) is a legal agreement between you (“you” or “your”), in your capacity as the owner of a HITACHI brand digital television (the “DTV”), and HITACHI America, Ltd., Home

Electronics Division (“ HITACHI”). By using the DTV or the digital television software installed on the DTV (the “DTV Software”) or any Upgrade (as defined below, and together with the DTV Software, the “Software”), you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement. IF YOU

DO NOT AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT, DO

NOT USE THE DTV OR THE SOFTWARE.

1. LICENSE GRANT. HITACHI grants to you, for the life of the DTV, a non-exclusive, non-transferable, revocable license to install and use one copy of the Software on the DTV, subject to the following limitations and restrictions: a. You may not share, duplicate, republish or redistribute the

Software; b. You may not resell, rent, lease, sublicense, gift, loan, as sign or otherwise transfer the Software or any of your rights under this

Agreement; c. You may not modify, adapt, translate, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or make derivative works from the

Software or use the Software in combination with any non-

Hitachi software; and d. You may not use the Software for any commercial purpose.

2. VIOLATIONS; INDEMNITY. You understand and agree that your use of the Software in any manner except as permitted under this

Agreement could constitute a serious crime and could subject you to damages and an award to HITACHI of attorneys’ fees in connection with your violation of this Agreement. You further understand that you may be held legally responsible for any copyright infringement or other violation of intellectual property rights caused or facilitated by your failure to abide by the terms of this Agreement. You agree to defend, indemnify and hold HITACHI and its parent and affiliate companies harmless from and against any and all liability resulting from any breach by you of this Agreement.

3. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. The Software is protected by federal copyright laws, international copyright treaties and other intellectual property laws and treaties. The Software is licensed, not sold, to you.

All right, title and interest in and to the Software and any intellectual property associated therewith, including any accompanying printed materials, shall belong to HITACHI and its licensors and suppliers.

Except as expressly provided herein, neither HITACHI nor any of its licensors or suppliers grants to you under this Agreement any express or implied right in or to any patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets or other intellectual property. All right, title and interest in and to the intellectual property rights associated with any content that is accessible through use of the Software shall belong to the applicable content owners and may be protected by copyright or other intellectual property laws and treaties. This Agreement grants you no rights to use such content. Any rights of HITACHI not expressly granted to you hereunder are reserved expressly by Hitachi.

4. SOFTWARE UPGRADES. In the future, HITACHI may release or make available one or more upgrades to the DTV Software (each, an “Upgrade”). You understand and agree that if you decide to install or use any Upgrade, your installation and use of such Upgrade and/or any other software or intellectual property HITACHI may provide in connection therewith shall be governed by the terms and conditions of this Agreement, except to the extent that HITACHI provides different or supplementary license terms or conditions that accompany such Upgrade or other software or intellectual property.

In the event HITACHI provides you with a “flash card” or other media to effect or facilitate an Upgrade, you understand and acknowledge that your failure to return such flash card or other media to HITACHI as HITACHI may require could result in HITACHI placing your name and your DTV’s serial number on a “No Further Upgrades” list, which will prohibit you from receiving any subsequent Upgrades

HITACHI

may later release or make available. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH

ALL THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT OR

ALL THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ANY DIFFERENT OR

SUPPLEMENTARY LICENSE THAT MAY ACCOMPANY SUCH

UPGRADE, (A) DO NOT USE ANY HITACHI-PROVIDED FLASH

CARD OR OTHER MEDIA, (B) DO NOT PERFORM INSTALL ANY

HITACHI-PROVIDED UPGRADE SOFTWARE ON YOUR DTV, AND

(C) PROMPTLY RETURN SUCH FLASH CARD OR OTHER MEDIA

TO HITACHI.

5. EXPORT RESTRICTIONS. HITACHI is licensing the Software for use within North America only. You agree that you will not export or reexport the Software. You specifically agree not to export or reexport the Software: (i) to any country to which the U.S. has embargoed or restricted the export of goods or services, which currently include, but are not necessarily limited to Cuba, Iran, Libya, North Korea,

Sudan and Syria, or to any national of any such country, wherever located, who intends to transmit or transport the Software back to such country; (ii) to any person or entity who you know or have reason to know will utilize the Software in the design, development, or production of nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons; or (iii) to any person or entity who has been prohibited from participating in U.S. export transactions by any federal agency of the U.S. government.

You warrant and represent that neither the U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security nor any other U.S. federal Agency has suspended, revoked, or denied your export privileges.

6. NO WARRANTIES. The software is provided to you in “as is” condition and HITACHI makes no warranties of any kind whatsoever regarding the software and, to the maximum extent permitted by law, hereby expressly disclaims all warranties of any kind whatsoever, express or implied, with respect to the software. All implied warranties, including without limitation, the implied warranties of non-infringement, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are hereby expressly disclaimed by HITACHI to the maximum extent permitted by law.

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8. NO FAILURE OF ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. You agree that neither

HITACHI’S breach of this agreement nor its failure to repair a defect, error or bug in the software shall constitute a failure of the essential purpose of this agreement.

9. CRYPTOGRAPHIC SOFTWARE. The software contains software developed by the OpenSSL Project, including cryptographic software written by Eric Young (the “cryptographic software”). The cryptographic software is provided by the OpenSSL Project in “as is’’ condition and any express or implied warranties, including but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are hereby expressly disclaimed to the maximum extent permitted by law. In no event shall the OpenSSL Project, its contributors, HITACHI or any of its parent or affiliate companies be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, procurement of substitute goods or services; loss of use, data, or profits; or business interruption) however caused and on any theory of liability, whether in contract, strict liability, or tort (including negligence or otherwise) arising in any way out of the use of the software or the cryptographic software, even if advised in advance of the possibility of such damages.

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11. GOVERNING LAW; SEVERABILITY. This Agreement will be governed by the laws of the State of New York, and you consent to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue in the federal courts sitting in the Southern District of New York, unless no federal subject matter jurisdiction exists, in which case you consent to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue in the Borough of Manhattan, New York, USA.

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End User License Agreement For Open Source Software

OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE LICENSE INFORMATION

This Hitachi TV incorporates open source software modules distributed under certain licenses, including the GNU General

Public License Version 3 (as defined by the Free Software Foundation, Inc.).

This Hitachi TV incorporates software based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.

Software

Module

AC3 decoder

Library

Name

liba52.c

www.liba52.sourceforge.net

Link

Applicable

License

GNU General Public

License Version 3

JPEG decoder

PNG decoder jpeglib.h

libpng 1.0.2

http://www.koders.com/c/fidE2795B75345089E3EACAAAE-

A77B58CB48742FF59.aspx?s=md5 http://www.filewatcher.com/p/libpng-1.0.2.tar.gz.225386/libpng-

1.0.2.htm

Free

Free

THESE SOFTWARE MODULES AND THE SOURCE CODE MODIFICATIONS THERETO ARE PROVIDED

“AS IS” AND BOTH THE LICENSORS AND HITACHI DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND,

INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR

PURPOSE.

See above links and the GNU General Public License that appears on the following pages of this Owners

Guide for additional terms and conditions.

If you would like to learn more about the Free Software Foundation, Inc. or the GNU software project, please visit http://www.fsf.org. If you would like to request a copy of the Source Code Modifications, please send an email to the following address: [email protected]

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Appendixes

Appendix A: Picture Format for Each Input Source

Aspect Specifications

Input Signal

AIR / CABLE Air / Cable

HDMI 1 HDMI / DVI

1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i

640x480, 800x600, 1024x768,

1280x720, 1280x768, 1280x1024,

1440x900, 1680x1050

HDMI 2

HDMI 3

HDMI / ARC

1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i

HDMI

COMPONENT YPbPr

AV Video

RGB Analog RGB

Auto

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

--

Yes

--

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

--

Yes: Available / --: Not Available

4:3 16:9

Aspect

Full Zoom1 Zoom2

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

--

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

--

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

--

Yes

Yes

Yes

--

--

Yes

--

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

--

--

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

--

Appendix B: RGB Format

640 x 480 @60Hz

720 x 400 @70Hz

800 x 600 @60Hz

1024 x 768 @60Hz

1280 x 720 @60Hz

1280 x 768 @60Hz

1280 x 1024 @60Hz

1440 x 900 @60Hz

1680 x 1050 @60Hz

1920 x 1080 @60Hz

The type of video board or connecting cable may not allow for correct displays adjustment of H-Position, V-Position,

Clock, and Phase.

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A

Accessories ............................................6, 52

Add Channels to List ............................31, 45

Analog Captions ...................................31, 41

Antenna Connection ...................................12

Aspect Ratio .............................22, 30, 33, 34

Audio ..........................................................30

Reset ....................................................37

Audio Language ...................................31, 36

Audio Source ..............................................36

Auto Movie..................................................33

B

Backlight .....................................................34

Balance.......................................................30

Bass............................................................30

Blue Only Mode ..........................................34

Brightness.............................................30, 32

C

Channel Labels...........................................46

Channel List................................................46

Channels ....................................................31

Channels menu ..........................................45

Closed Captions .........................................41

Color ...........................................................32

Color Temp. ................................................32

CONEQ ......................................................36

CONEQ 3D Sound .....................................36

Contrast ......................................................32

D

Day / Night Timer ........................................38

Demo Mode ................................................44

Digital Caption Options ...............................41

Digital Captions ..........................................41

Digital Output ..............................................36

Dimensions ...........................................53~54

Dynamic Gamma ........................................33

E

Energy Options ...........................................41

Auto TV Off ..........................................42

Home/Retail .........................................41

Light Sensor .........................................41

Picture Energy Saving ..........................41

F

Favorite Channels ................................23, 46

Features .....................................................52

G

Game Mode ..........................................23, 32

Gamma .......................................................33

H

HDMI ..................................10, 15, 16, 21, 22

HDMI - CEC ..........................................31, 42

I

Important Safety Instructions ....................2~5

Input Labels ................................................43

Internal Speakers .......................................36

J

JPEG Viewer ........................................31, 48

L

Light Control .........................................31, 42

Accent Light .........................................42

Power LED ...........................................42

LIGHT Sensor ...............................................9

Lock Settings ........................................30, 34

M

MENU Button....................................9, 11, 21

Menu Language....................................31, 38

Multimedia ............................................31, 48

N

New Channel Scan .....................................45

Noise Reduction .........................................32

P

Panel Connections ...............................15~19

Parental Controls ........................................39

Block Unrated TV .................................39

Canada .................................................39

Canadian Ratings English Table ....40

Canadian Ratings French Table ....40

Panel Lock ...........................................39

Region 5 ...............................................40

US ........................................................39

U.S. Motion Picture Ratings Table .39

U.S. TV Parental Guide Ratings

Table ..............................................39

Perfect Volume ...........................................36

Preferred Language....................................36

R

Reel120 Motion ..........................................33

Remote Control ..........................6, 11, 20~29

RGB Options ..............................................43

Auto Adjust ...........................................44

Clock ....................................................43

H-Position .............................................43

Phase ...................................................43

Reset ....................................................44

V-Position .............................................43

S

Set Password .............................................38

Setup ..........................................................31

Reset AV & Setup .................................44

Setup Wizard ........................................13~14

Sharpness ..................................................32

Signal Strength ...........................................45

Sleep Timer ................................................38

Source ........................................................45

Specifications .............................................52

T

Time ............................................................38

Tint ..............................................................32

Treble ...................................................30, 36

Troubleshooting ....................................49~50

V

Video ..........................................................30

Picture Mode ........................................32

Reset ....................................................34

W

Wall Mount ................................................4, 8

White Balance ............................................34

Y

Y-PbPr on VGA ...........................................44

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