42-INCH LCD COLOUR TV USER`S MANUAL

42-INCH LCD COLOUR TV
USER’S MANUAL
Part No:IES060315
English
SAFETY CLASS
This is an IEC safety class I product and must be grounded for safety.
CONTENTS
Important Safeguard .................................................................................................................................................. 1
OSD language Settings ............................................................................................................................................. 2
Preparation for using your new TV ............................................................................................................................ 3
Selecting a location for the TV ......................................................................................................................... 3
Learning about your TV.................................................................................................................................... 3
Connecting your TV ......................................................................................................................................... 5
Connecting to A/V equipments ................................................................................................................. 5
Connecting to a Computer ....................................................................................................................... 6
Connecting to an antenna ........................................................................................................................ 6
Using the remote control ........................................................................................................................................... 7
Preparing the remote control for use................................................................................................................ 7
Learning about the remote control ................................................................................................................... 8
Using the TV features ................................................................................................................................................ 9
Understanding the TV features ........................................................................................................................ 9
Basic Operations .............................................................................................................................................. 9
Using the TV Settings menu ........................................................................................................................... 11
Using the Image Settings menu ...................................................................................................................... 12
Using the Audio Settings menu ....................................................................................................................... 13
Using the PIP menu ........................................................................................................................................ 13
Using the Function Settings menu .................................................................................................................. 13
Using the Timer menu ..................................................................................................................................... 15
Using the PC menu ......................................................................................................................................... 15
Teletext Operations ......................................................................................................................................... 15
The HDMI Interface ......................................................................................................................................... 16
HDCP .............................................................................................................................................................. 16
Appendix ................................................................................................................................................................ 17
The SCART interface ...................................................................................................................................... 17
Cleaning and care ........................................................................................................................................... 19
Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................... 20
Specifications .................................................................................................................................................. 21
Accessories Installation Instructions ............................................................................................................... 22
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Attentions about disposal of the waste apparatus:
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The symbol of the dustbin barred means that this apparatus cannot be put at the rebus
with not sorted waste domestic running.
It is interdict to throw with not sorted waste domestic running, of deposited on the public
thoroughfare or at any other place not envisaged to this end. This apparatus contains
substances being able to be harmful for the environment.
The presence of certain substances can have harmful effects on the environment.
This apparatus profits from a specific treatment of recycling for the re-use of the matters
which make it up.
This apparatus must be thrown only to the places envisaged. Inform near your authority
to know the places of electronic collection of waste.
Your sale point must collect this apparatus against the purchase of a new one for its
recycling.
The selective collection of waste electronics is to reduce the number of substance vermin
not recycled and to thus contribute to the environment.
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
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER
(OR BACK). NO USER- SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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 set.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARD
FIRE AND SHOCK PRECAUTIONS
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Adequate ventilation must be provided to prevent heat build up inside unit. Keep the inside of unit free from
foreign objects, such as hairpins, nails, paper, etc. Do not build the set into a bookcase or other enclosures in
which it would be poorly ventilated. Do not place it on carpet or a bed as low ventilation holes could become
obstructed.
Do not set liquids, including flower vases and vessels filled with chemicals or water etc., on top of the unit as
liquid could get inside the unit. If a hazardous object falls inside the TV set, unplug it immediately and call a
qualified technician for removal.
When placing or moving the TV set, take care to insure that the power cord is fitted into the allocated slot.
To avoid damage to the power cord, never allow heavy objects such as the TV set itself to be placed on the
power cord. Keep cord away from radiating appliances. Do not allow cord to become knotted or tangled. Do not
lengthen the cord. When removing the power plug from the socket, always hold onto the plug, never pull by the
cord.
This TV set shall be connected to a main socket outlet with a protective earthling contaction.
The main plug and main switch should be remain readily operable after installation.
No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
Minimum distances around the apparatus for sufficient ventilation.
The use of apparatus in moderate climates.
WARNING
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Do not remove the back cover of the TV set. Accidental contact with high voltage components could result in
electric shock. When internal adjustment is necessary, please contact your distributor.
If your set produces sound but no picture, or it emits smoke or produces a strange sound or smell, continue
operation is dangerous. Immediately turn off power and remove the power plug from the socket and contact
your distributor.
During vacation or other occasions when you will not be using the set for an extended period, remove the power
plug from the socket.
This appliance should not be operated by children or infirm persons without adequate supervision.
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OSD language Settings
When you start using your set for the first time,
the PLUG & PLAY menu will be displayed on the
screen as shown on the right.
1. Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the
OSD Language.
2. Press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to select the
language that you want to use.
3. Press the [MENU] button to select the Yes or No
item.
Note:
Country
Belgium
OSD Language
English
Auto Search
No
Yes
No
The PLUG & PLAY menu is only displayed once when you turn on the TV. If you want
to select this menu, please follow the instructions below:
Function Settings
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main
menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the
item Function Settings as shown on the right
and press [VOL+] to enter the item Function
Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the
PLUG & PLAY.
4) Press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to select On.
5) Turn on your TV again, the PLUG & PLAY menu
will be displayed on the screen.
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Color System
AUTO
OSD Language
English
Country
Belgium
TT Country
Western Europe
PLUG & PLAY
On
SCART Control
Factory Reset
Blue Background
On
Preparation for using your new TV
Selecting a location for the TV
1) Place the TV on the floor or on a sturdy platform in a location where light does not directly hit the screen.
2) Place the TV far enough from the walls to allow proper ventilation. Inadequate ventilation may cause
overheating, which may damage the TV.
Note: Please contact local dealer for wall mounting.
Learning about your TV
You can operate your TV by using the buttons on the front panel or on the remote control. The terminals on the
back panel provide all the connections you will need to connect other equipment to your TV.
Front Controls
MENU
SOURCE
3
28
1
VOL
11
2
VOL
CH
CH
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Preparation for using your new TV
B
AUDIO/L AUDIO/R
R
15
17
18
RS-232C
HDMI IN
16
19
SCART1
22
14
ANT IN
75
INPUT
VGA IN
PC
AUDIO
COMPONENT IN
13
20
23
AC IN
AUDIO/L AUDIO/R SUBWOOFER
S - VIDEO
SCART2
SCART3
OUT
VIDEO AUDIO/L AUDIO/R
IN
12
21
24
25
26
27
1
Remote Sensing Window
11
Power Switch (ON/OFF)
21
S-Video input
2
Power indicator
12
AC Power Socket
22
Audio output
3
Headphone output
13
Audio input
23
Subwoofer output
4
Menu button
14
YPBPR/YCBCR input
24
AV video input
5
Source select
15
PC audio input
25
AV audio input
6
Volume up/cursor up
16
PC VGA input
26
SCART3 connector
7
Volume down/cursor down
17
HDMI input
27
SCART2 connector
8
Channel up/cursor up
18
CATV antenna input
28
PIP headphone output
9
Channel down/cursor down
19
RS232C DEBUG input
10
Power button (standby)
20
SCART1 connector
Note:
The above figures are for reference only, please refer to the actual units to determine their appearance.
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Preparation for using your new TV
Connecting your TV
Caution: Do not plug the TV in until you have finished connecting all of your equipments.
Connecting to A/V equipments
To enjoy its multimedia features, you can connect your TV to A/V equipments such as VCR, DVD, STB, Satellite
receiver, Camcorder, Audio amplifier etc., and select signal sources using your remote control. Connect the devices
as shown below.
COMPONENT IN
SCART1
RS-232C
ANT IN
75
HDMI IN
INPUT
VGA IN
PC
AUDIO
AUDIO/L AUDIO/R
B
R
White
Left
Red
Right
STB
CENTER
S.L
LEFT
Y
PB
S-VIDEO
VGA
ANT
S.R
S/PDIF RIGHT
SUBWOOFER
PR
CV
VCD, DVD
B
Note:
R
Modes that YPBPR/YCBCR can display include:
480P/60Hz, 480I/60Hz, 576P/50Hz, 576I/50Hz, 720P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz, 1080I/50Hz, 1080I/60Hz,
1080P/50Hz, 1080P/60Hz
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Preparation for using your new TV
Connecting to a Computer
You can use your TV as a monitor/speaker for your computer by connecting through its 15pin standard RGB
interface and PC audio interface. Connect the devices as shown below.
PC/NB
RGB line
COMPONENT IN
SCART1
RS-232C
ANT IN
75
HDMI IN
INPUT
VGA IN
PC
AUDIO
AUDIO/L AUDIO/R
B
R
To speaker
To VGA
Audio line
Connecting to an antenna
To enjoy the terrestrial signal transmitted by your local TV station, you need an indoor or outdoor antenna (not
supplied). Perfect picture quality requires a good signal and generally means that an outdoor antenna must be
used. The exact type and location of the antenna will depend on your particular area. Consult your local dealer or
service personnel for best advice. If you are a subscriber of your local CATV net, the outdoor or indoor antenna is
not needed. Connect the equipments as the following figure.
Plug (not supplied)
COAXIAL CABLE (75Ω)
TWIN-LEAD FEEDER
(300Ω)
Adaptor (not supplied)
The signal comes from:
An outdoor antenna
An indoor antenna
CATV net
Loosen the screw Insert the feeder in Tighten the screw
ANTENNA SOCKET
ANT 75Ω
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Using the remote control
Preparing the remote control for use
Installing the remote control batteries
1. Open the battery cover on the back of the remote control.
2. Install two AAA size (1.5V) batteries. Match the + and - signs on the batteries to the signs on the battery
compartment.
3. Close the battery cover.
Notes:
1. Dispose of your batteries in a designated disposal area. Do not throw batteries into fire.
2. Do not mix battery types or combine used batteries with new ones.
3. Remove dead batteries immediately to prevent battery acid from leaking into the battery compartment.
4. If you do not intend to use the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries.
5. The effective range of remote control is suggested in the figure.
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Using the remote control
Learning about the remote control
POWER: Power on/off
: Mono/Stereo operation
TV: Switch to TV
Video: Switch to Video source
Source: Switch input source
Scart: Switch to Scart source
Channel number:
Direct channel selection
YPbPr: Switch to YPbPr source
PC: Switch to VGA source
HDMI: HDMI mode
Recall: Return to previous channel
Display: Display current input
Aspect: Adjust aspect ratio
CH+: Channel up
VOL+: Volume up
VOL-: Volume down
MENU: Call up the main menu
CH-: Channel down
P.Mode: Select picture mode
Still: Snapshooting
S.Mode: Select sound mode
Mute: Mute the sound
D.S: Dynamic scaling
PIP Source: Switch input PIP source
PIP: Picture in picture
Swap: Exchange main source and PIP source
PIP VOL+: PIP Volume up
PIP CH-: PIP Channel down
PIP VOL-: PIP Volume down
PIP CH+: PIP Channel up
Index: Enter index page
Subcode: Enter last four-digit subcode
TT: Switch to teletext
Hold: Stop the page changing
Reveal: See the hidden answers
Zoom: Display the page partly
Cancel: Switch to the TV mode or return to the
selected Teletext page
Timer: Display the time.
Teletext select
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Using the TV features
Understanding the TV features
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Multimedia - TV receiver, Video monitor and PC display, all in one.
16:9 display
Digital display device - truthfully reproducing the images, without distortion or blurring, irrespective of magnetic
or geomagnetic effect.
200 channels storage
Sleep timer
Teletext with 1000 pages memory
NICAM
Three SCART interface
Multi-language OSD
Basic Operations
Power ON/OFF
1) Connect the TV to power outlet and turn on the power switch, the power
indicator will be red and then turn blue. Several seconds later, TV picture will
display on the screen.
2) Press the [POWER] button on the front control or on the remote control to
make the TV on standby. Press the power switch to turn off power.
3) If you decide to shut off the TV for a long time, it is recommended that you
unplug the power from the outlet.
Note: Do not turn on and off the TV frequently.
MENU
SOURCE
POWER
INDICATOR
VOL
VOL
CH
CH
Signal source selection
Press [CH+] or [CH-] button to select TV main source input; press the [Source] button
to select VGA, HDMI, SCART1, SCART2, SCART3, VIDEO, S-VIDEO, TV and HDTV
input;
press the [Video] button to select VIDEO input; press the [TV] button to select TV
input; press the [Scart] button to select SCART input; press the [YPbPr] button to
select HDTV input; press the [PC] button to select VGA input; press the [HDMI] button
to select HDMI input;
press the [PIP Source] button to select VGA, SCART1, SCART2, SCART3, VIDEO,
TV and HDTV input of PIP source input; press [PIP CH+] or [PIP CH-] button to select
TV input;
press the [Swap] button to swap main source input and PIP source input.
Note:
When main source is HDMI, you can not swap main source and PIP source
input; when main source is SCART1, PIP source input can not be SCART2;
when main source is SCART2, PIP source can not be SCART1.
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MAIN SOURCE
VGA
HDMI
SCART1
SCART2
SCART3
Video
Svideo
TV
HDTV
Using the TV features
Select channels by [CH+] or [CH-]
You can also use [CH+] or [CH-] button to select channels. [CH+] indicates channel number increase; [CH-]
indicates channel number decrease.
Select channels by numbers
To select a channel: Press the channel numbers in series to select channel directly.
For example, to select channel 120, Press the button [1], and 1 will display on the top right corner of the screen,
then press the button [2], 12 will display, press the button [0], you can enjoy the program of channel 120.
Notes:
1) When you are changing the channel, the sound state graphics can be displayed below the channel number.
; If the sound is stereo, the graphics
There are 3 sound states in this TV. If the sound is mono, the graphics is
is
; If the sound is NICAM dual I/II, the graphics is
. There are two symbols at right of the sound
state graphics, which indicate preset of picture system and sound system.
2) When you are changing the channel, the sound of current channel will be firstly changed to stereo or NICAM
dual I according to the sound state of current channel. You can press the [ ] button on the remote control to
change current sound type.
Adjust volume
When menu is not displayed on the screen, press [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to adjust the volume.
Use [Recall] button
Press the [Recall] button repeatedly to alternate between the present channel and the previous channel.
Display channel number
Press [Display] button to display the present channel number, but it will also disappear 3 seconds after your
pressing.
Select picture modes
You can select the picture mode from among three preset modes and one user-set
mode. Press the [P.Mode] button repeatedly to select the desired picture mode.
Normal
Bright
Select sound modes
Soft
You can select the sound mode from among five preset modes and one user-set
mode. Press the [S.Mode] button repeatedly to select the desired sound mode.
User
Use [Still] button
Press the [Still] button to snapshoot the present picture, and press again to return
to normal watching.
Normal
Speech
Theater
Stadium
User
Use [Aspect] button
Press the [Aspect] button to adjust the screen aspect ratio and zoom ratio.
Mute function
Press [Mute] button repeatedly to switch between mute and unmute mode.
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Music
Using the TV features
Using the TV Settings menu
CH
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item TV Settings and
press the [VOL+] button to enter the item TV Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select CH.
4) Press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to select the present channel.
TV Settings
CH:
2
Auto Search
Skip
No
Fine Tune
Manual Search
Auto Search
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item TV Settings and
press the [VOL+] button to enter the item TV Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Auto Search and press
the [VOL+] button to search.
4) Press the [MENU] button to stop searching.
Sound System
D/K
Give Name
BBC1
Program Sort
Skip
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item TV Settings and press the [VOL+] button to enter the item TV
Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Skip.
4) Press the [VOL+] button to skip or unskip the present channel.
Note: The ‘skipped’ channels cannot be accessed by [CH+] or [CH-] button, but you can access them by digit
(direct select) button.
Fine Tune
Fine Tune
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item TV Settings and
press the [VOL+] button to enter the item TV Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Fine Tune and press the
[VOL+] button to enter Fine Tune.
4) Press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to start Fine tuning.
Fine Tune
Freq
205.22MHz
Manual search
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item TV Settings and
press the [VOL+] button to enter the item TV Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Manual Search and press
the [VOL+] button to enter Manual Search.
4) Press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to start Manual searching.
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Manual Search
Manual Search
Freq
205.22MHz
Using the TV features
Using the TV Settings menu
Sound System
Sound System
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item TV Settings and
press the [VOL+] button to enter the item TV Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Sound System and press
the [VOL+] button to enter Sound System.
4) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to switch among AUTO, D/K, I, B/G,
M, L and L`.
Note:
Sound System
AUTO
D/K
I
B/G
M
L
L`
Sometimes when you switch among AUTO, D/K, I, B/G, M, L
and L`, the picture and sound may not display correctly. Please
try again.
Give name
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item TV Settings and press the [VOL+] button to enter the item TV
Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Give Name.
4) Press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button and [CH+] or [CH-] button to give name.
Program Sort
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item TV Settings and
press the [VOL+] button to enter the item TV Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Program Sort and press
[VOL+] to enter Program Sort.
4) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button and the [VOL+] button to select the
channel you want to take out.
5) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button and the [VOL-] button to select the
channel you want to insert.
Program Sort
1
2
BBC1
3
4
5
6
7
8
Using the Image Settings menu
Adjust image settings
Image Settings
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item Image Settings
and press the [VOL+] button to enter the item Image Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item you want to
adjust.
4) Press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to adjust the level.
5) The adjusted data is stored automatically in the user mode.
Brightness
60
Contrast
60
Saturation
60
Hue
Color Temp
Sharpness
Advanced
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User
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Using the TV features
Using the Audio Settings menu
Adjust audio settings
Audio Settings
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item Audio settings
and press the [VOL+] button to enter the item Audio Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item you want to
adjust.
4) Press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to adjust the level.
5) The adjusted data is stored automatically in the user mode.
Note: When main source is TV, SRS WOW can not be used.
Balance
0
Equalizer
SRS WOW
Off
Auto Volume
Off
Using the PIP menu
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu, press the [CH+]
or [CH-] button to select the PIP Mode and press the [VOL+] button
to enter the PIP Mode, press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the
Off/Small PIP/Large PIP.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the PBP Mode, and press
the [VOL+] button to enter the PBP Mode, press the [CH+] or [CH-]
button to select the Full Screen/4:3/16:9/Off.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the PIP Position, and
press the [VOL+] button to enter the PIP position, Press the [CH+] or
[CH-] button to select the Small PIP/Large PIP.
4) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the PIP Volume or
Saturation or Brightness or Contrast and press the [VOL+] or
[VOL-] button to adjust the value.
PIP Mode
PIP Mode
Off
PBP Mode
Off
PIP Position
Bottom-Right
PIP Volume
50
Brightness
50
Contrast
50
Saturation
50
Notes: 1) HDMI can not be displayed in sub-picture when using the PIP/PBP mode.
2) The sub-picture will be silent in some special PIP/PBP mode.
Using the Function Settings menu
Function Settings
Color System
Color System
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item Function
Settings and press the [VOL+] button to enter the item Function
Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Color System and press
the [VOL+] button to enter Color System.
4) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select AUTO/PAL/NTSC/
SECAM.
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AUTO
OSD Language
English
Country
Belgium
TT Country
Western Europe
PLUG & PLAY
On
SCART Control
Factory Reset
Blue Background
On
Using the TV features
Using the Function Settings menu
OSD Language
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item Function Settings and press the [VOL+] button to enter the
item Function Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select OSD Language.
4) Press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to select the language what you want use.
Country
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item Function Settings and press the [VOL+] button to enter the
item Function Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Country.
4) Press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to select the Country.
TT Country
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item Function Settings and press the [VOL+] button to enter the
item Function Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select TT Country.
4) Press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to select the TT Country.
Factory Reset
Factory Reset
Factory Reset
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item Function
Settings and press the [VOL+] button to enter the item Function
Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Factory Reset and press
the [VOL+] button to enter Factory Reset.
4) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select No or Yes.
No
Yes
SCART Control
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item Function
Settings and press the [VOL+] button to enter the item Function
Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select SCART Control and press
the [VOL+] button to enter SCART Control.
4) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the SCART you want to
use and press the [VOL+] button to enter the SCART config.
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SCART Control
SCART Control
SCART1
SCART2
SCART3
Using the TV features
Using the Function Settings menu
Blue Background
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item Function Settings and press the [VOL+] button to enter the
item Function Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Blue Background and press the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button to select
Off/On.
Using the Timer menu
Sleep Timer
Sleep Timer
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item Sleep Timer and
press the [VOL+] button to enter the item Sleep Timer.
3) Press the [VOL+] button to enter Sleep Timer.
4) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select Off/15Min./30Min./60Min./
90Min./120Min..
Sleep Timer
Off
15Min.
30Min.
60Min.
90Min.
120Min.
Using the PC menu
1) Press the [MENU] button to enter the main menu.
2) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item PC Settings and
press the [VOL+] button to enter the item PC Settings.
3) Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button to select the item you want to
adjust.
PC Settings
Phase
18
Clock
1056
Auto
Image Position
Notes: 1) The menu is useful only on VGA mode.
It is useless in others mode.
2) The item Auto is used to adjust position of picture
automatic and it is effective only on VGA mode.
The item Image Position is used to adjust the position of
picture.
The item Clock and Phase can adjust quality of picture
minutely, and they are used less.
3) In HDTV mode, Clock can not be selected.
Teletext Operations
Selecting teletext mode
Select the channel that is broadcasting the desired Teletext program.
Press [TT] button and alternate between Teletext mode and normal mode.
Note: All the operations below should be under the Teletext mode except TIME operation.
Page selection
You can directly input your desired page number by pressing [0] ~ [9] buttons.
You can sequentially read pages by pressing [CH+] or [CH-] button.
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Using the TV features
Teletext Operations
Hold
Some Teletext information is contained on more than one page, the pages automatically changing after a given
reading time.
Press [Hold] button to stop the page changing.
Press [Hold] button again to allow the page to change.
Reveal
Some Teletext pages contain quiz or questions with hidden answers.
Press the [Reveal] button to see the answers.
Press the [Reveal] button again to hide the answers.
Cancel
When a page is selected in Teletext mode it may take some time before it becomes available.
Press the [Cancel] button to switch to the TV mode.
When the required page is found, the page number will appear at the top of the TV picture, press the [Cancel]
button to return to the selected Teletext page.
Note: You can not change TV program while in this mode.
Subcode
Some Teletext pages contain sub page that require you to input the sub code.
Press [Subcode] button until ***|**** is displayed, and enter last four-digit sub code for the sub page you need.
Mix
You can mix Teletext with TV pictures, which means transparent teletext.
Press [TT] button to mix, and press [TT] button again to cancel the mixed effect.
Zoom
Press the [Zoom] button to display the TOP HALF of the page.
Press again to display the BOTTOM HALF of the page.
Press again to return to a FULL PAGE display.
Note: Changing pages reverts to a FULL PAGE display.
Index
Teletext index page guides you quickly to your desired page.
Press [Index] button to enter index page.
Timer
Press [Timer] button to display the time.
The HDMI Interface (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
What is HDMI?
HDMI (High Definition Multi media Interface) is the first all digital consumer electronics A/V interface that supports
an uncompressed standard.
This means it can transmit the next generation of TV signals, High Definition (HD) TV. The HDMI terminal supports
both video and audio information. An HDMI compliant device, such as a Set Top Box or DVD player with HDMI or
DVI output terminal can be connected to the HDMI input terminal. The HDMI input on this unit is HDCP compliant.
HDCP (High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection System)
HDCP is designed to protect HDTV transmissions from being copied. Some HDTV programmes will be encrypted
with HDCP to ensure they cannot be illegally copied. For further information on which programmes will be
broadcast in this way please contact the respective TV channels.
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Appendix
The SCART interface
Also known as Peritel, this standard provides a cheap multi-signal connector to
domestic TV and other video equipment.
Arrangement 1 is the original and allows for composite video input/output, RGB
inputs and stereo audio input/output.
Arrangement 2 allows for composite video input/output, RGB inputs and stereo
audio input/output.
Caution: The output of video and audio are always from turner of RF.
Arrangement 3 allows for composite video input and stereo audio input/output.
TV can auto check aspect ratio in SCART.
Scart Connector Pinout Details
SCART arrangement 1
Pin
Signal
Signal level
Impedance
1
Audio output B (right)
0.5V rms
<1kohm
2
Audio input B (right)
0.5V rms
>10kohm
3
Audio output A (left)
0.5V rms
<1kohm
4
Ground (audio)
-
-
5
Ground (blue)
-
-
6
Audio input A (left)
0.5V rms
>10kohm
7
Blue input
0.7V
75ohms
8
Function select (AV control)
High (9.5-12V) - AV mode
Mid (5-8V) - Wide - screen
Low (0-2V) - TV mode
>10kohm
9
Ground (green)
-
-
10
-
-
-
11
Green input
0.7V
75ohms
12
-
-
-
13
Ground (red)
-
-
14
Ground (blanking)
-
-
15
Red input
0.7V
75ohms
16
RGB switching control
High (1-3V) - RGB
Low (0-0.4V) - Composite
75ohms
17
Ground (video input & output)
-
-
18
Ground (RGB Switching Control)
-
-
19
Video output (composite)
1V including sync
75ohms
20
Video input (composite)
1V including sync
75ohms
21
Common ground (shield)
-
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SCART arrangement 2
Pin
Signal
Signal level
Impedance
1
Audio output B (right)
0.5V rms
<1kohm
2
Audio input B (right)
0.5V rms
>10kohm
3
Audio output A (left)
0.5V rms
<1kohm
4
Ground (audio)
-
-
5
Ground (blue)
-
-
6
Audio input A (left)
0.5V rms
>10kohm
7
Blue input
0.7V
75ohms
8
Function select (AV control)
High (9.5-12V) - AV mode
Mid (5-8V) - Wide - screen
Low (0-2V) - TV mode
>10kohm
9
Ground (green)
-
-
10
-
-
-
11
Green input
0.7V
75ohms
12
-
-
-
13
Ground (red)
-
-
14
Ground (blanking)
-
-
15
Red input
0.7V
75ohms
16
RGB switching control
High (1-3V) - RGB
Low (0-0.4V) - Composite
75ohms
17
Ground (video input & output)
-
-
18
Ground (RGB Switching Control)
-
-
19
Video output (composite)
1V including sync
75ohms
20
Video input (composite)
1V including sync
75ohms
21
Common ground (shield)
-
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WARNING: Do not attempt to work on ANY equipment unless you know what you are doing.
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SCART arrangement 3
Pin
Signal
Signal level
Impedance
1
Audio output B (right)
0.5V rms
<1kohm
2
Audio input B (right)
0.5V rms
>10kohm
3
Audio output A (left)
0.5V rms
<1kohm
4
Ground (audio)
-
-
5
Ground
-
-
6
Audio input A (left)
0.5V rms
>10kohm
7
-
-
-
8
Function select (AV control)
High (9.5-12V) - AV mode
Mid (5-8V) - Wide - screen
Low (0-2V) - TV mode
>10kohm
9
Ground
-
-
10
-
-
-
11
-
-
-
12
-
-
-
13
Ground (Chrominance)
-
-
14
Ground (blanking)
-
-
15
Chrominance input
0.3V
75ohms
16
-
-
-
17
Ground (video input &output)
-
-
18
Ground (video input &output)
-
-
19
Video output (composite)
1V including sync
75ohms
20
Video input (composite)
/Luminance input
1V including sync
75ohms
21
Common ground (shield)
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Cleaning and care
WARNING: Do not try to remove the cabinet back. Refer servicing to qualified service technicians.
To clean the TV screen:
1) Unplug the TV to avoid possible shock hazard.
2) Use a clean cellulose sponge or chamois cloth dampened with a solution of mild detergent and warm water to
clean the TV screen and trim. Do not use too much water as water spilled into the cabinet can cause damage to
the TV.
3) Wipe off any excess moisture with a clean dry cloth.
4) Polish the cabinet with a quality furniture polish to maintain the finish and appearance of the cabinet.
Caution:
Never use strong solvents such as thinner, benzene, or other chemicals on or near the cabinet.
These chemicals can damage the finish of the cabinet.
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Trouble shooting
Before calling a service technician, please check the following table for a possible cause of the problem and some
solutions.
Symptoms
Possible Solutions
TV will not turn on
•
•
Make sure the power cord is plugged in, then press [POWER].
The remote control batteries may be dead. Replace the batteries.
No picture, no sound
•
•
•
Check if you have set the off timer.
Check the antenna/cable connections.
Press [Display] to see if you have selected the right signal source.
No sound, picture OK
•
•
•
The sound may be muted. Press [VOL+] on the remote control.
The station may have broadcast difficulties. Try another channel.
Check the speakers cable connections.
Poor sound, picture OK
•
•
The station may have broadcast difficulties. Try another channel.
Check the speakers cable connections.
Poor picture, sound OK
•
•
•
Check the antenna connections.
The station may have broadcast difficulties. Try another channel.
Adjust the picture from the menu.
Unable to select a certain channel
•
The channel may be skipped. See Skip on page 11.
Poor colour or no colour
•
•
The station may have broadcast difficulties. Try another channel.
Adjust the HUE and COLOUR in the menu.
•
There may be an obstruction between the remote control and the
remote control sensor.
The batteries may be installed with a wrong polarity.
The remote control batteries may be dead. Replace the batteries.
Check if you have entered Teletext mode. Press [TT] to quit.
The remote control does not
operate
Disorder display at power on
•
•
•
•
This may be caused by too short interval between power off and on.
Unplug the power and restart.
Customer important notice: When the TV can not be operated in some special situation, please unplug the power
and restart.
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Appendix
Specifications
Screen Size:
107 cm
Colour System:
PAL/SECAM
Sound System:
B/G, D/K, I, L/L`
Tuner:
VHF/UHF: 40~870MHz
Antenna:
75Ω VHF/UHF input
Stereo:
NICAM/A2
VIDEO INPUT:
SCART1 (Video and RGB)
Video: 1 Vp-p, negative sync, 75Ω input
RGB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75Ω input
SCART2 (Video and RGB )
Video: 1 Vp-p, negative sync, 75Ω input
RGB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75Ω input
SCART3 (Video)
Video: 1 Vp-p, negative sync, 75Ω input
Audio in
Stereo audio input for SCART1, SCART2 and SCART3
COMPONENT
RCA, 0.7 Vp-p/75Ω input
(480I/60Hz, 480P/60Hz, 576I/50Hz, 576P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz,
1080I/50Hz, 1080I/60Hz, 1080P/50Hz, 1080P/60Hz)
Audio in
RCA Stereo audio input
PC INPUT:
VGA
15 Pin , Analog RGB signal, 0.7Vp-p, 75Ω input
(VGA, SVGA, XGA)
Audio in
RCA Stereo audio input
MONITOR OUT
Audio/Video Output
SCART2, SCART3: CANAL+
Speaker Output
5W+5W
Power Requirement
AC 160 to 240V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
250W
Dimensions(mm)
1160(L) × 455(D) × 920(H)
Weight (gross)
43.5kg
Allowable temperature of operation environment
...........................................0°C to 40°C
ACCESSORIES
Operating Instructions
1
Remote Control Unit
1
Power Lead
1
Dry Cell Battery
2
Note:
Specifications and design are subject to possible modifications without notice due to improvements.
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Accessories Installation Instructions
Pedestal Installation
If you have chosen the pedestal, please read the following manual for the installation of the pedestal.
1. Lay the plastic froth on the level table which can hold enough weight in case of causing any damage to the LCD.
2. Put the TV set on the level table, with its back upwards and the LCD downwards.
3. Take out the pedestal and insert it into the pedestal installation slot beneath the TV set until they match each
other completely.
4. Install the fastening screws to fasten the pedestal.
Note:
It requires two people to install together. The user can also contact the professional technicians for its
Installation.
(4 screws)
Installation of Hanging Bracket
1. Bore as per the dimensions shown below and insert the expansion bolt M8 × 70.
66.4
500
2. Fix the hanging bracket (RSAG8.038.520) to
the expansion bolt tightly.
3. Install two hanging rollers (RSAG8.079.024)
on the back hull, and stick two spacers
(RSAG8.600.036) to the position shown Below.
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Accessories Installation Instructions
TV Set’s Front
4. Hang the TV set with the equipped hanging
rollers on the fixed hanging bracket. Secure the
hanging bracket at the top with bolt (M4 × 35) to
prevent the TV set from falling off unexpectedly.
5. Caution:
1) Never install this product by yourself. Contact a qualified operator from the manufacturer; otherwise it may
cause bad results.
2) Do not install this product on the wall with a gradient of over 10 degrees from the perpendicular direction
otherwise the TV set may fall.
3) Install this product as per the installation steps and instructions specified in the user’s manual.
Do not install it by yourself. Please seek assistance from professionals.
4) Before installation, check whether the wall complies with the specifications and make sure to fix the TV set with
units supplied by the manufacturer. The wall on which the hanging bracket is installed shall be strong enough
to support the TV set, such as cement wall and brick wall etc. Do not install the hanging bracket to the flabby
wall or the wall which easily becomes flexible, such as sand-structure wall and plasterboard etc. If it is not
possible to measure the intensity of the wall, each hole bored shall be able to bear normal stress of 100N and
shearing stress of 200N.
5) When boring on the wall, use the electric drill and drill bit specified by the manufacturer.
The bored hole shall comply with the specification (specified in the installation steps), otherwise hidden trouble
may occur.
6) Never put the heating articles under the installed TV set, such as heating system, heater, or humidifier
(otherwise fire or electric shock may occur).
7) Never install the TV set in the places exposed to any sensor, high voltage line or the risk of water leakage.
TV set should be kept away from impact, vibration or any unnecessary electric input otherwise electric shock,
electric conduction and sympathetic vibration may occur.
8) After installing the whole set, do not apply any external force on it to prevent it from falling off accidentally.
9) Before the installation, make sure that the power supply is unconnected. During the installation, wear clean
gloves and take special care to prevent the screen from touching any hard articles or sharp articles.
10) Never install it without tools. To move this product after the installation, please contact the service personnel.
Note:
*
The installation of mounting plate and wall-mounting bracket are optional, please select the best
option at the client’s need for installation.
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