3226-TLMB User`s Manual 20070430.indd

3226-TLMB User`s Manual 20070430.indd
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS ........................................................... 1
GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................ 3
Features ........................................................................................................................................ 3
Overview of the TV – Control Buttons and Indicators ................................................................... 4
Overview of the TV – Connections ............................................................................................... 5
Accessories .................................................................................................................................. 8
Remote Control ............................................................................................................................ 9
CONNECTIONS & APPLICATIONS ........................................................................ 10
Connecting Video Devices via HDMI .......................................................................................... 10
Connecting Video Devices via DVI ..............................................................................................11
Connecting PC via D-SUB .......................................................................................................... 12
Connecting Devices via Other Cables ........................................................................................ 13
CONTROLS & ADJUSTMENTS .............................................................................. 14
General Adjustments .................................................................................................................. 14
Turning the LCD TV On and Off ........................................................................................................................... 14
Power Consumption ............................................................................................................................................. 16
Initial Setup............................................................................................................................................................ 17
Changing Channels............................................................................................................................................... 21
Adjusting the Volume............................................................................................................................................. 21
Switching Source .................................................................................................................................................. 22
Viewing the Menus and On-Screen Displays......................................................................................................... 22
Switching Language Modes................................................................................................................................... 23
Channel Control ........................................................................................................................... 24
Editing the Channel List......................................................................................................................................... 26
Finding Channels Directly...................................................................................................................................... 27
Setting – Up your Favorite Channels..................................................................................................................... 28
Channel Name Editing........................................................................................................................................... 29
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Important Information .................................................................................................................... 1
Important Safety Instructions ........................................................................................................ 2
Picture Control ............................................................................................................................ 30
Adjusting the Picture Setting................................................................................................................................. 30
Adjusting the TV Screen........................................................................................................................................ 32
Adjusting the Color Temperature........................................................................................................................... 33
Sound Control ............................................................................................................................. 35
Adjusting the Sound Quality.................................................................................................................................. 35
Choosing a Multi-Channel Television Sound in Analog TV.................................................................................... 36
Choosing a Multi-Track Sound ( MTS ) in Digital TV............................................................................................. 37
Other Sound Settings............................................................................................................................................. 38
Time Setting ................................................................................................................................ 39
Setting the Clock................................................................................................................................................... 39
Setting the On / Off Timer....................................................................................................................................... 40
Viewing Closed Captions ............................................................................................................ 41
Parental Control and Locks ........................................................................................................ 43
Setting Ratings and Channel Locks...................................................................................................................... 43
Changing Your Personal ID Number (PIN)............................................................................................................ 47
Child Lock ............................................................................................................................................................. 49
Reset the Locks Settings ...................................................................................................................................... 49
System Info ................................................................................................................................. 50
Showing Program Info Data ........................................................................................................ 50
PC mode Adjustments ................................................................................................................ 52
PROGRAMMING REMOTE CONTROL .................................................................. 53
Direct Device Code Setup .......................................................................................................... 53
Searching for a Device Code ...................................................................................................... 54
Device Codes ............................................................................................................................. 55
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................. 71
SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................... 74
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Information on Disposal of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
WEEE STATEMENT
This product contains electrical or electronic materials. The presence of these materials may, if
not disposed of properly, have potential adverse effects on the environment and human health.
Presence of this label on the product means it should not be disposed of as unsorted waste and
must be collected separately. As a consumer, you are responsible for ensuring that this product is
disposed of properly. To find out how to properly dispose of this product, please go to www.polaroid.
com and click on “Company“ or call the customer service number for your country listed in the
instruction manual.
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Remove the neck of the base
If you prefer to mount your TV, do not attach the stand. Remove the neck of the base from
the back of the TV and use the instructions in your wall-mounting kit (not included).
IMPORTANT: Before removing the neck, place the TV on a stable surface
with bottom foam packaging material or a soft cloth.
STEP 1
Loosen and remove the 5 screws that
secure the base’s neck to the TV.
Unit
Stand
neck
Packaging Material or soft cloth
STEP 2
Enlarged neck picture
Remove the base’s neck from the TV.
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Attaching the stand
These instructions are designed to help you attach your stand easily and safely.
Please read carefully.
IMPORTANT : Attach the stand to your TV with bottom foam packaging material still attached.
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Use all 6 screws (provided) to attach the stand to the TV.
Unit
Stand
Packaging Material or soft cloth
Unit
Stand
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IMPORTANT SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS
This wide active matrix TFT (thin film transistor) liquid crystal monitor is designed for use as a stand
alone TV as well as a display device for video electronics appliances and personal computers.
Important Information
СAUTION
Risk of electric
shock. Do not open.
Caution :To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not attempt to disassemble or modify this device.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer any service issues to qualified service
personnel.
Caution : FCC/ CSA regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this
equipment may void the user’s authority to operate it.
Important: One Federal Court has held that unauthorized recording of copyrighted TV programs is
an infringement of U.S. copyright laws. Certain Canadian programs may also be copyrighted and
any unauthorized recording in whole or in part may be in violation of these rights.
Warning : Do not leave stationary images, patterns, PIP windows, or letterbox images on the
screen for prolonged periods of time as this may result in permanent damage to the LCD
panel. This type of damage is not covered under warranty. The following are examples of, but
not limited to, potentially hazardous display output: side bar images, video game patterns,
closed captioning, channel logos and letterbox black bars. To prevent this type of damage, it is
recommended to display constantly moving images that fill the screen as often as possible.
According to industrial standards for LCD display technology; there are a certain number of
allowable defective pixels. Although we produce panels with more than 99.9% active cells, there
still may be some cells that do not produce light or remain constantly lit. For further information,
please contact sales or technical support.
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Warning : To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
Important Safety Instructions
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
as two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a
third rounding 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 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.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Features
MULTI-SOURCES INPUT INCLUDED RF IN, D-SUB, HDMI, COMPOSITE, S-VIDEO, AND
COMPONENT.
BUILT-IN COMBO TUNER IS ABLE TO RECEIVE ATSC, NTSC AND CLEAR QAM CABLE
SIGNALS.
Universal remote control provides control of other devices such as Cable Converter, Satellite
Receiver, DVD player, Audio Amplifier, VCR etc.
For screen size 32”/37” built in 10W dual channel speakers are offered; for 42”, 15W are
offered.
Embedded video enhancement and noise reduction features for the colorful and clearest picture
possible.
Provided multi-channel sound decoder for stereo and bilingual broadcasts.
Automatic sleep timer control from 15 to 90 minutes.
The sequence is 15→30→45→60 →90.
Automatic Power Off feature after 10 minutes without a signal.
Component video input for high definition TV programming (HDTV ready), resolution up to 720p,
1080i.
Automatic Picture Control (APC) and Aspect Ratio Control (ARC) functions for end user
customization of viewing preferences.
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Your TV is designed with the latest technology and is a high-performance unit that includes the
following special features:
Overview of the TV – Control Buttons and Indicators
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1. ASPECT/ EXIT : Select the display output mode (TV / Video mode: Normal, Full
Screen,Zoom, Subtitle ; PC mode: Normal, Full Screen).
2. VOLUME (+ / -) : Increase/decrease the volume or function as the left/right arrow button
for menu.
3. CHANNEL ( / ) : Change the channel or function as the up/down arrow button for
menu.
4. MENU : Displays the main menu. When OSD (on-screen display) appears, press the
button to select or access a sub-menu.
5. INPUT : Press INPUT button on the side of the TV and the source menu will appear on
the screen. Press the CHANNEL ( / ) button to select your preferred source input (TV,
Video 1 ,Video 2, YPBPR 1 , YPBPR 2 , PC, HDMI 1, HDMI 2 ) and press MENU botton
to confirm.
6. POWER : Turn the LCD-TV on or off.
7. REMOTE CONTROL SENSOR : Aim the remote control towards this spot on the TV.
8. POWER INDICATOR : BLUE LIGHT
─ power on
PURPLE LIGHT ─ power saving; standby (offered in PC mode)
RED LIGHT
─ power off
NOTE 1 : These buttons on the TV is only for basic settings.
NOTE 2 : The drawing of this LCD-TV in the user manual is for your reference. The actual TV appearance
may differ depending on your purchase.
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Overview of the TV – Connections
Side and Rear Panel
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Jack
Description
1( a/b ) Composite In
Connects to the Composite video and audio output jacks on your VCR or other video
devices.
2 ( c/d ) S-Video
Connect to the S-Video output jack on your VCR or other video devices for a sharper
picture.
3 ( e/f ) Component In
Connect to your TV’s component video (YPbPr) and audio (L/R) jacks.
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Connect to an antenna or to a cable TV system.
RF In
5 ( g/h ) Service Port
Only for service use.
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S/P DIF
Connect to a digital audio component.
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PC Audio In
Connect to the audio output jack of your PC.
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D-Sub
Connect to the video output on your PC. Please use additional cable for sound.
9 ( i/j )
HDMI
(High Definition
Multimedia
Interface)
Connect to the HDMI jack of the TV with an HDMI output, such as set-top box, DVD
player, etc. You can also connect the TV with a DVI output by using an HDMI-to-DVI
cable or HDMI-to-DVI adapter. Please use an audio cable, when using HDMI-to-DVI
cable or adapter.
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Audio Out
Connect to the audio input jacks on your Amplifier/Home theater.
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Service Port
Only for service use.
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Accessories
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User’s Manual
Remote Control & Batteries
Power Cord
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Remote Control
This universal remote control can operate up to four devices. When using the remote control in TV
mode, please point the remote directly toward the Remote Control Sensor on the front panel.
If you want to select other devices, simply press one of the buttons: TV, CAB/SAT, DVD or AUX.
1.
Power
Turn the device on or off
2.
SET UP
Press to program the remote control to operate other devices.
3.
TV, CAB/SAT, DVD, AUX
These buttons are designed to operate and control external
devices. Please select one of these buttons first to operate
your selected external device. See page 53-54 for Programming Remote Control.
4.
Control buttons
When you switch to CAB/SAT,DVD or AUX mode,these
buttons operate the video device you have programmed into
the remote control.
DVD MENU
/ SLEEP.
Toggles the device menu.
Skip Reverse
Skip Forward
Rewind
Fast Forward
Play
Stop
Pause
Record
5.
VOL + Press to increase or decrease the volume.If the audio was
muted, pressing VOL + / - will un-mute the audio.
6.
CH ▲▼/ PAGE
Press to change channel.
7.
MUTE
Temporarily turn off the sound.
8.
ASPECT
Toggle the picture mode between Normal→Full Screen→
Zoom→Subtitle.
9.
LAST
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Jumps back and forth between two channels.
10.
PIP/LIVE TV
Your TV may not support PIP/LIVE TV.
GUIDE
If the system uses TV Guide, the Guide button switches to TV
Guide. If not, and the system is in TV mode, the Guide button switches to broadcast mode and displays the Show Title
Display (with Date and Time).
12.
MENU
Toggle the main menu.
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15.
16.
17.
▲▼◄ ►
Press to move the on-screen display (OSD) highlight in the
desired direction. In TV mode, please press MENU on the remote to enable OSD picture first and press▲▼◄ ► to adjust
settings.
Arrow keys enables the Show Title Display (with Date and
Time).
The Right ►arrow button will access to the sub-menu.The Left
◄ arrow button will navigate back through the menu
OK
Press to select a currently highlighted on-screen choice.
Without the presence of any UI (User Interface)
screens,including OSD (on-screen display), the button enables Show Title Display (with Date and Time).
INFO
See information on the current broadcast.
EXIT
Press to exit all UI screens and menus.
CC/DVR
Press to enable or disable closed caption.
0 – 9 NUMERIC BUTTONS
To manually select channels.
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INPUT/
To select the video input source, be sure to exit OSD. The
sequence is TV→Video 1→Video 2→YPBPR 1→YPBPR 2→
PC→HDMI 1→HDMI 2.
To select following sub-channels which display “.“, use this
button along with 0-9 buttons to select digital channels, i.e
12.1.
19.
ENTER
Press to access the sub-menu.
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CONNECTIONS & APPLICATIONS
Connecting Video Devices via HDMI
* This can be applied only if there is the HDMI Output connector on the external device.
Video Device
VIDEO
L
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Pb
Pr
D-Sub
HDMI
L
HDMI Cable
R
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2
NOTE 1 : Video Device – e.g.: DVD Player, Set-top Box…etc.
NOTE 2 : HDMI - High-Definition Multimedia Interface
NOTE 3 : No sound connector is needed for an HDMI to HDMI connection.
NOTE 4 : Either HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 will work.
NOTE 5 : Cables not included
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Connecting Video Devices via DVI
* This can be applied only if there is the DVI Output connector on the external device.
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Video Device
HDMI-to-DVI Cable
or HDMI-to-DVI adapter
DVI / HDCP
VIDEO L
Y
Pb
R
Pr
L
R
Audio Cable
D-Sub
1
2
NOTE 1 : To receive video, connect a HDMI-to-DVI cable or HDMI-to-DVI adapter between the HDMI connector
on the TV and the DVI connector on the DVD player/ Set-top box.
NOTE 2 : To receive sound, connect an audio cable between the PC Audio In jack on the TV and Audio Out jack
on the DVD player/ Set-Top box.
NOTE 3 : Either HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 can work appropriately.
NOTE 4 : Cables not included.
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Connecting PC via D-SUB
D-Sub
PC
Audio Out
PC
D-Sub
VGA Cable
Audio Cable
NOTE 1 : To receive video, connect a VGA cable between D-Sub connector on the TV and the D-Sub output
connector on your PC.
NOTE 2 : To receive sound, connect a PC audio cable between PC Audio In jack on the TV and the Audio Out
jack of the sound card on your PC.
NOTE 3 : Cables above not included.
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Connecting Devices via Other Cables
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D-Sub
NOTE 1 : To enjoy best audio and video quality, the best to basic level of video quality is Component, S-video,
Composite (A/V) and RF.
NOTE 2 : When using Composite or S-Video cables, make sure you use an audio cable for sound.
NOTE 3 : Cables not included.
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CONTROLS & ADJUSTMENTS
General Adjustments
Turning the LCD TV On and Off
Turn On
Connect the Power Cord into the AC IN located in the back of the
display and the other end to the power outlet on the wall. Press the
Power button on the remote control or right side of the TV to turn
the TV on. Please refer to page 16 to adjust Power Consumption
settings.
The power status light found in the lower right corner of the TV
indicates the following :
BLUE LIGHT
─ power on
PURPLE LIGHT ─ Standby, power saving
(only available in PC mode)
RED LIGHT
─ power off
32” TVs
37” & 42” TVs
AC IN
BLUE
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Turn Off
Press the power button on the remote control or right side of
the TV to turn the TV off.
NOTE : No Signal appears if there is no input source. The TV will power off automatically if an input source is
not selected.
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RED
Power Consumption
Power Consumption is a power management technique
which helps to set up the POWER OFF status for the LCD TV
set. There are three modes: Low/Medium/High
Low : The power consumption is no more than 5W in the POWER OFF status.
It takes about 12-15 seconds to turn on the LCD TV set.
Medium : The power consumption within the first hour is less than 35W and
you can turn on TV around 3 seconds. After one hour, the power consumption
is switched to around 5W and it takes 12-15 seconds to turn on the LCD TV.
High : The LCD TV set can be turned immediately and the maximum power
consumption would be less than 35W.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings .
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Power Consumption .
4. Press ► button to display the sub-menu.
5. Press ▲▼ and OK buttons to select Low, Medium or High.
6. Press EXIT button to exit all menu or press ◄ button to
return to the previous screen.
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Initial Setup
When the system powers on for the first time, the initial auto
installation is enabled.
1. Press the Power button on the remote control. A welcome
message is displayed. Use the ▲▼ buttons to select the
language you prefer, and press OK button to continue.
Time Zone Selection
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select on your Time Zone, and
press OK button to continue.
NOTE : It takes around 5 to 30 minutes to finish the Initial Setup process. The time taken for Initial Setup is
varied according to the number of scanned channels.
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Language Selection
Daylight Saving
3. Press ▲▼ buttons to set the Daylight Savings, and press
OK button to continue.
Input Source Selection
4. Press ▲▼ buttons to select the source for your TV signal,
and press OK button to start scanning. If the user selects
Antenna, the next setup wizard is presented.
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When “Cable” Source is selected, please toggle Automatic,
STD, IRC, or HRC. To have all channels completely scanned,
please select STD, IRC or HRC.
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5. After all the available channels are stored, the channel list will
appear.
6. Press OK and start to watch TV.
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Reset the features
The user can reset all settings back to factory settings, including
the channel map, all Program Info, Favorite channel lists, etc.
Following Reset, the Setup Wizard resumes to factory default
mode.
If a PIN is set, the PIN entry dialog is displayed before the “Reset
All” Settings dialog box, even if Locks are temporarily off. If no
PIN is set, the dialog is displayed immediately.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2.
Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings and press ► / ▼ buttons
to access the RESET ALL screen.
3. Press the ► to select “Reset” and OK buttons to reset all
settings.
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Changing Channels
Using the Channel buttons
Using the Last button to select the previous channel
To quickly switch between two channels, tune to one channel,
then use the number button to select the second channel. Press
the LAST button to quickly alternate between them.
Adjusting the Volume
Using Volume Control
Press the VOL + / – buttons to increase or decrease the
volume.
Using Mute
At any time, you can turn off the sound using the MUTE button.
1. Press the MUTE button and the sound turns off.
2. Press MUTE again or VOL + / – buttons to return audio back
to the previous volume level.
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When you press the CH▲/▼buttons, the TV changes
channels in sequence. You will see all the channels that the
TV has memorized. You will not see channels that were not
memorized.
Switching Source
1. Refer to page 10~13 and connect external devices.
2. Press INPUT button repeatedly to choose the desired
source.
Viewing the Menus and On-Screen Displays
You can use the control buttons on the right side of the TV or use
the remote control to viewing the menus.
1. With the power on, press the MENU button.
2. The main menu appears on the screen
3. Press the ▲▼◄ ► buttons to access the sub-menus and
make adjustments.
4. Press EXIT button to exit all menu or press MENU button to
return to the main menu.
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Switching Language Modes
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings.
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Menu Language.
5. Press ▲▼ and OK buttons to select the language.
6. Press EXIT button to exit all menu or press ◄ button to
return to the previous screen.
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4. Press ► button to display the sub-menu.
Channel Control
If you did not perform a channel scan during the “Initial Setup”,
please follow the instructions below:
Memorizing Channels
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Channels.
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Scan Channels.
4. Press ► button again to display the menu and then press
▲▼ buttons to select the source for your signal.
If users select Cable, the system will detect and select which
cable (i.e. STD, IRC or HRC) is used automatically.
5. Press OK button to display Scan screen.
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6. Press OK button again to start Channel Scan.
7. Once the scan is completed, the Channel List will show on
the screen and the program of initially scanned channel is
appeared on the screen.
8. Press OK button to finish.
NOTE : If you select Stop Scan, the scan process will be stopped immediately and the scanned channels will be
stored in the non-volatile memory.
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Editing the Channel List
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Channels.
3. Press ► button to select Master List.
4. Press ► button again to display the menu and start to edit
the list.
5. Press▲▼◄► and OK buttons to add or remove channels.
6. Press EXIT button to exit all menu or press OK to finish.
NOTE : Select “Mark All” in the “Master Channel List” to enable all channels in the list. “Digital Only” enables
just the digital channels. “Unmark All” disables all channels in the list.
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Finding Channels Directly
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Channels.
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Find Channel.
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4. Press ► button again to display the menu.
5. Use 0-9 buttons to enter the channel numbers and press
OK to scan the entered channel.
6. Press ▼and OK buttons to select DONE and finish it.
NOTE 1 : This TV can automatically tune in scanned and found channels. If your intended channel is not found,
the TV will tune to the previous last found channel.
NOTE 2 : Channels are automatically added to the master list when found.
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Setting – Up your Favorite Channels
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Channels.
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Favorites.
4. Press ► button again to display the menu and start to edit
the favorite channels.
5. Press ▲▼and OK buttons to choose which favorite list to
edit.(The system supports 3 favorite channel lists and each
list will store 16 channels,)
6. By marking your preferred channel, this channel will be
included in the Favorite (Fav is shortened for Favorite) List.
To know how to mark your preferred channels, please see
“Editing the Channel List” on page 26.
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Channel Name Editing
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Channels.
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Channel Name Edit.
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4. Press ► button again to display the channel list.
5. Press ▲▼to choose which channel you want to edit and
OK to confirm.
6. Press the ▲▼ ◄ ►buttons to enter the name.
7. Move to “ Done “ and press OK button to finish.
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Picture Control
Adjusting the Picture Setting
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings.
3. Press ► button to access Picture and Picture Settings.
4. Press ► button again to display the menu “Picture Settings:
TV”. A user can make adjustment, when in “Custom” mode.
5. Press ▲▼ and OK buttons to choose the desired item.
6. Press ◄► buttons to make adjustments and press ▲▼
buttons to choose other items.
Brightness : Increase or decrease picture brightness
Contrast : Increase and decrease picture contrast
Saturation : Deepen and lighten picture color
Hue : Modify the tint (flesh tone redness or
greenness) of color
Sharpness : Soften and sharpen image
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7. Press OK button to return to the previous screen or press
EXIT button to exit all menu.
NOTE : Settings for Standard, Vivid, Movie, Sports are pre-configured.
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Adjusting the TV Screen
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings.
3. Press ► button to access Picture sub-menu.
4. Press ►/ ▼ button to select Aspect Ratio.
5. Press ► button again to display the menu.
6. Press ▲▼ buttons to choose the different modes and press
OK to confirm.
Normal : displays the image exactly as broadcast .
Full Screen: stretches the image to fit the screen
(None of the image is cut off, but the image may be
distorted.)
Zoom : scales the image larger, and will cut off part of the
image
Subtitle : shift the image up to show the subtitle.
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Adjusting the Color Temperature
Adjust the white balance of the picture.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings.
4. Press ►/▼ buttons to select Color Temperature and press
► button on display the menu.
5. Press ▲▼ and OK buttons to choose Cool, Neutral or
Warm.
Cool : a bluish white
Neutral : a normal white
Warm : a reddish white
6. Press ◄ button to return to the previous screen or press
EXIT button to exit all menu.
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3. Press ► button to access Picture sub-menu.
User can reset the picture settings back to factory settings.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings
3. Press ► button to access Picture sub-menu.
4. Press ►/▼ buttons to select RESET PICTURE and press
► button to display the menu.
5. Press ► and OK buttons to reset picture settings.
6. Press ◄ button to return to the previous screen or press
Exit button to exit all menu.
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Sound Control
Adjusting the Sound Quality
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings.
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3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Audio.
4. Press ► button to select Bass, Treble & Balance and press
► button again to display the menu.
5. Press ▲▼ buttons to choose the desired item and press ◄
► buttons to make adjustments.
6. Press OK button to finish or EXIT button to exit all menu.
Bass : Adjust low tone of sound.
Treble : Adjust high tone of sound.
Balance : Adjust the volume balance between the left and
right speakers.
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Choosing a Multi-Channel Television Sound in Analog TV
Depending on the particular program being broadcast, you can
listen to Stereo, Mono or a Secondary Audio Program (SAP).
(The shown language in SAP audio is according to offered
broadcast language.)
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings.
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Audio.
4. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select MTS and press ► button to
display the menu.
5. Press ▲▼ and OK buttons to choose the desired item.
6. Press ◄ button to return to the previous screen or press
EXIT button to exit all menu.
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Choosing a Multi-Track Sound ( MTS ) in Digital TV
Preferred Language
The digital -TV transmission system is capable of simultaneous
transmission of many audio tracks (for example, simultaneous
translations of the program into foreign languages).
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings.
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Audio.
4. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select DTV Language and press ►
button again to display the menu.
5. Press ▲▼ and OK buttons to choose the desired item.
6. Press ◄ button to return to the previous screen or press
EXIT button to exit all menu.
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Other Sound Settings
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings.
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Audio.
4. Press ►/ ▼ button to select other items.
5. Press OK button to switch between “ON” and “OFF”.
Automatic Voice Control (AVC)
[ ON ]: AVC can avoid sudden increases or decreases of
volume like commercials.
[ OFF ]: Under special circumstances, such as opera or
symphony, volume can be performed in accordance with
the original sound level.
TV Speaker
Turn the TV Speaker on or off. (Use if your TV is connected to
home theater or stereo.)
6. User can reset the audio settings back to factory settings.
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Time Setting
Setting the Clock
Setting the clock is necessary in order to use the various timer
features of the TV.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
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2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings.
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Date & Time.
4. Press ► button again to display the menu.
5. Press▲▼◄► and OK buttons to move to Today’s Date,
Current Time and Time Zone.
6. Press OK button to select one item and use ▲▼ ◄ ►
buttons to make the settings.
7. Press OK button to return to the previous screen or press
EXIT button to exit all menu.
NOTE 1 : The current time will appear when you press the INFO button.
NOTE 2 : When selecting “Auto-Update Time,” the time is set according to the broadcast. When Auto-Update is
on, all other time adjustments except for “Adjust for Daylight Savings Time” and Time Zone are “grayed
out” and cannot be modified by the user.
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Setting the On / Off Timer
The system supports two timers to be used to turn on and off at
scheduled viewing times.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings .
Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Timers .
Press ► button to display the menu.
5. Press the ▲▼ ◄ ► buttons to move to Choose Timer, Days,
Start Time and Duration.
6. Press OK button to select the desired days for the timer to
execute by checking or un-checking the check boxes and
make the settings.
7. Press OK button to return to the previous screen or press
EXIT button to exit all menu.
NOTE 1 : This feature is only available if the clock in the system has been set.
NOTE 2 : Timer 1 takes precedence over Timer 2.
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Viewing Closed Captions
This LCD TV has the ability to decode and display closed
caption content if supported by the program. These captions are
usually used for the hearing impaired or for foreign language
translations.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings .
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select Closed Captions .
4. Press ► and ▲▼ buttons to select Closed Caption
Service.
5. Press ►button to display the menu.
Basic Selection : the preferred basic selection can take a
value in the range CC1-CC4 and T1-T4.
Advanced Selection : the preferred advanced selection
can take a value in the range CS1-CS6.
Advanced Appearance: allow for controlling
• Window background color
• Window background opacity
• Font size
• Font style
• Font foreground color
• Font foreground opacity
• Font background color
• Font background opacity
• Font edge type
• Font edge color
Caption Preference : applies to digital channels only, can
either be basic, advanced or auto.
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1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
6. User can reset Closed Captioning back to factory settings.
7. Press EXIT button to exit all menu.
NOTE : The Caption feature does not work with Component ( expect for 480i ) Video / PC / HDMI input source.
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Parental Control and Locks
Setting Ratings and Channel Locks
Parental Control
Parental Control allows a user to block viewing of programs
according to their content and rating levels.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Locks and press ► button
to access the PIN Entry menu.
3. Enter your 4-digit PIN to access the Locks sub-menu.
NOTE : The factory default PIN code is “ 0000 “ .
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1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
5. Press ► and ▲▼buttons to select USA , Canada or Block
Unrated Shows .
* USA custom ratings menu include TV and Movie Ratings.
TV Rating
Rating Code
Description
Rating Code
Age-Based
Description
Content-Based
TV-Y
All children
FV
Fantasy Violence
TV-Y7
Directed to children age 7 and older
D
Suggestive dialogue
TV-G
General audience
L
Strong language
TV-PG
Parental guidance suggested
S
Sexual situations
TV-14
Parents strongly cautioned
V
Violence
TV-MA
Mature audience only
Movie Rating
Rating Code
Description
G
All children and general audience
PG
Parental guidance suggested
PG-13
Parental guidance for children under 13
R
Restricted viewing, parental guidance is suggested for children under 17
NC-17
No one under 17 or under allowed
X
X Rated
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* Canada custom ratings menu include English and French
Ratings.
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French Rating
Rating Code
Description
G
General programming
8 ans+
Not recommended for young children
13 ans+
Not recommended for ages under 13
16 ans+
Not recommended for ages under 16
18 ans+
Programming restricted to adults
English Rating
Rating Code
Description
C
All children
C8+
Children 8 years and older
G
General programming
PG
Parental Guidance
14+
Viewers 14 and older
18+
Adult programming
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* Block Unrated Shows will warn the user that blocking unrated
TV programs will not allow them to view programs that do not
have a rating.
6. Press EXIT button to exit all menu.
Channel Locks
The user may navigate through the channel list and toggle lock
on or off for a specific channel by pressing the OK button. There
are also choices that will Mark All channels and Unmark All.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Locks and press ► buttons
to access the PIN Entry menu.
3. Enter your 4-digit PIN to access the Locks sub-menu.
4. Press▲▼ buttons to select Channel Locks .
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5. Press ► button to display the menu.
6. Press ▲▼◄ ► and OK buttons to select lock or unlock the
channel.
7. Press EXIT button to exit all menu.
Changing Your Personal ID Number (PIN)
Allows the user to set a new PIN. The PIN is a four-digit numerical
PIN masked from display. The user must enter the new PIN, and will
then be prompted a second time for confirmation.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu .
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Locks and press ► buttons to
access the PIN Entry menu.
3. Enter your 4-digit PIN to access the Locks sub-menu.
4. Press ▲▼ buttons to select Change PIN.
5. Press ► button to display the Change PIN menu.
6. Enter the old 4-digit PIN and enter your new 4-digit PIN.
7. Enter the 4-digit PIN again to confirm, the Change PIN menu
will disappear when it finished.
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NOTE 1 : Note that changes to Channel Locks are effective immediately unless the TV is temporarily unlocked
due to entering a PIN when a Ratings or Channel Lock is encountered.
NOTE 2 : If a new channel is encountered during channel change or added by using the Find Channel feature, its
default state is unlocked.
NOTE 3 : Press “0000,” if a user forgets the PIN. Please remember your password and preserve this manual
well.
8. When a user wants to access the Locks menu next time,
system will request to enter the PIN.
9. If the PIN number is incorrect, the menu will be appeared
as below.
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Child Lock
A user can disable the Front Panel buttons by using the Front Panel
Lock function.
Reset the Locks Settings
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Locks and press ► buttons to
access the PIN Entry menu.
3. Enter your 4-digit PIN to access the Locks sub-menu.
4. Press ▲▼ buttons to select RESET LOCKS.
5. Press ► button to display the menu.
6. Press ◄ ► buttons to reset the settings.
NOTE : All lock settings are reset, except the PIN. To reset the PIN, please enter Reset All in Settings to resume
settings back to the factory mode.
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1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Locks and press ► buttons to
access the PIN Entry menu.
3. Enter your 4-digit PIN to access the Locks sub-menu.
4. Press ▲▼ buttons to select Front Panel Lock.
5. Press OK button to turn on or off.
System Info
Display system info.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings .
3. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select System Info .
4. Press ► button to show the info.
5. Press EXIT button to exit all menu.
Showing Program Info Data
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Guide .
3. Press ► button again to show the info.
4. Press OK to show more information.
5. Press EXIT button to exit all menu.
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NOTE : Press “Guide” on the remote control to have a quick access to Info data. Repeatedly press “Guide” to
show cyclic info- (a)Title Display only (b) Title and Description Display (c) Cleared
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PC mode Adjustments
The “VGA Settings” are to allow the user to control certain VGA
specific features.
1. Press INPUT button to select PC source.(see page 22)
2. Press the Menu button to display the main menu.
3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Settings .
4. Press ► / ▼ buttons to select VGA Settings .
5. Press ► button to display the menu.
6. Use ▲▼◄ ► buttons to make adjustments.
7. Press EXIT button to exit all menu.
DPMS : enables or disables the display power management
mode when the VGA is the active input source using a
checkbox. When checked, the feature is enabled.
Auto Sync : automatically attempts to determine the ideal
horizontal, vertical, and phase adjustments for the current
VGA input signal.
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PROGRAMMING REMOTE CONTROL
Direct Device Code Setup
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This remote control not only provide control of this TV, but
also provide control over other external devices, i.e. cable
converter, satellite receiver, audio amplifier, VCR and DVD
player. Please follow the procedures to use programming
function of this remote control:
Each code in the following pages insists 4 digits from 0 to 9.
Mode → <<SET UP>> (Blink twice)→ <Digit> (Blink once) → <Digit> (Blink once) →
<Digit> (Blink once) → <Digit> (Blink twice)
STEP 1 Locate the desired device in the Device code list in the following pages.
STEP 2 Select the mode by pressing DVD, CAB/SAT, or AUX.
STEP 3 Depress and hold <<SET UP>> button for a minimum of 3 seconds. When successful,
this TV will blink twice after pressing <<SET UP>>.
STEP 4 Enter the 4-digit code for the desired device. This TV will blink once on each digit
entry, excluding the last digit. It will blink twice to confirm whether the valid code is
programmed.
Mode
Device Assignment
TV
Locked to this TV (Default)
DVD
Universal VCR, DVD, PVR
CAB/SAT Universal Cable, Satellite, Video Accessory
AUX
Device
Group no.
------2
0
Universal Tuner, Amplifier, CD, Mini Disc. And Misc. Audio,
Home Automation
3
Example: [DVD]→<<SET UP>> (Blink twice) → <1> (Blink once) → <0> (Blink once) →
<6 > (Blink once) → <1 > (Blink twice)
NOTE 1 : Each digit must be entered within 10 seconds, or the Remote Control shall exit the current
programming state.
NOTE 2 : Two short LED blinks indicate valid code.
NOTE 3 : A long LED display indicates invalid code sequence. The code should be re-entered.
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Searching for a Device Code
If none of the codes listed in Device Codes list is found, you
can search for a set of commands that will work. Your Remote
will sample all the codes in its system to find one that will allow
you to control your device.
As the Remote searches its library, it starts with the most
popular device in the category and works through to the end.
To cycle through each available device code and sample its
functions:
Mode → <<SET UP>> (2 blinks)→ [9] [9] [1] (2 blinks) → <Ch▲▼> → <Ch▲▼> → …
<<SET UP>> (2 blinks)
STEP 1 Select the [MODE] by pressing DVD, CAB/SAT, or AUX.
STEP 2 Depress and hold SET UP button for a minimum of 3 seconds until LED blinks twice.
STEP 3 Enter the code(digit) sequence [9][9][1]. The LED blinks once for every digit entered
except for the last digit, where it shall blink twice to confirm that [9][9][1] are entered
correctly.
STEP 4 Press Ch▲▼ repeatedly to cycle through each corresponding function until your
device turns off (or on).
STEP 5 Press SET UP button will store the new device code and returns to normal operation.
The LED blinks twice in confirmation.
Mode
Device Assignment
TV
Locked to this TV (Default)
DVD
Universal VCR, DVD, PVR
CAB/SAT Universal Cable, Satellite, Video Accessory
AUX
Universal Tuner, Amplifier, CD, Mini Disc. And Misc. Audio,
Home Automation
Device
Group no.
------2
0
3
Example: [VCR ] → <<SET UP>> (2 blinks) →[9]→[9]→[1] (2 blinks) → <Ch▲▼> →
<Ch▲▼>→… [SET UP] (2 blinks).
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Device Codes
The following sections list the available device codes for each device mode button. If there
is more than one code listed for device, enter the first one, and try the POWER button. If the
device turns on (or off), the code is correct. If it does not, try the next code. Repeat until you
find a code that works.
Adcom
0577,1100
Modulaire
0395
Aiwa
0406
NEC
0264
Arcam
0269
Naim
0269
Bose
0674
Nakamichi
0321
Carver
0892,0269
Optimus
0013,0300,0823,0395
Cinema Sound
0160
Panasonic
0308,0521
Curtis Mathes
0300
Pass Labs
0269
Denon
0160
Philips
0892,0269
Durabrand
1561
Pioneer
0013,0300,0823
Elan
0647
Polk Audio
0892,0269
GE
0078
RCA
0013,0300,0823
Grunding
0269
RadioShack
0395
Harman/Kardon
0892
Realistic
0013,0395,0220
JVC
0331
Revox
0269
Left Coast
0892
Sansui
0321
Lenoxx
1561
Shure
0264
Linn
0269
Sony
0815,0220,0689
Luxman
0165
Soundesign
0078
Magnavox
0269
Technics
0308,0521
Marantz
0892,0269,0321
Victor
0331
McIntosh
0251
Wards
0013,0078
Micromega
0269
Yamaha
0354,0133
Altec Lansing
1485
Marantz
1491
Cambridge Soundwirks
1530
Motorola
1464
Creative
0872
Netgear
1785
D-Link
1522
Omnifi
1605
Imerge
1491
Onkyo
1789
Integra
1789
SSI
1522
Jerrold
0520
Yamaha
1809,1810
Miscellaneous Audio
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Audio Amplifiers
Audio Amp/Tuners
ADC
0531
Fisher
1801,0801,0042,0360,0219,0008
AMC
1077
Garrard
0463,0424
AMW
1563,1615
Gateway
1517,1567
Aiwa
1243,1405,1388,1641,0189,0121,
0405,0158
Go Video
1352,1532
Akai
1255,1512,0244,0346
Grunding
0189
Alco
1390
Harman/Kardon
0110,1304,1306,0891,0189,1289
Amphion Media Works
1563,1615
Hewlet Packard
1181
Anam
1609,1074
Hitachi
1273,1801
Apex
1257
Initial
1426
Apex Digital
1774,1257,1430
Inkel
0491
Acram
1189,1120
Integra
0842,0135,1320,1298
Audiotronic
1189
JBL
0110,1306
Audiovox
1390,1627
JVC
1058,1374,1495,1811,0074
B&K
0820,0840,0701,0702
KLH
1428,1390,1412
BK
0702
Kawasaki
1390
Bose
1229,0639,1253
Kenwood
1313,1570,1569,0186,0042,0239,
0027,0077
Brix
1602
Koss
1497,1366,0424
Cairm
0189
LG
1293
Cambridge Soundworks
1370
LXI
0181
Capetronic
0531,0195
Lasonic
1798
Carver
1189,0189,0121,1289,0042,0360,
0008
Lenoxx
1437
Casio
0195
Lexicon
1076
Clarinette
0195
Linn
0189
Classic
1352
Liquid Video
1497
Coby
1389
Lloyd’s
0195
Compaq
1136
Lloyds
0195
Cirtertion
1420
MCS
0039,0346
Curtis Mathes
0014,0080,0039
Magnavox
1189,1269,0531,1266,0189,1514,
0195,0391,1120
Daewoo
1250
Marantz
1189,1269,0891,0189,1289,1120, 0039
Dell
1383
McIntosh
1289
Delphi
1414
Micromega
1189,0189
Denon
1142,1360,1306,0121,0004
Misubishi
1393
Emerson
0531,0195,0124
Modulaire
0195
56
Audio Amp/Tuners
1189
Samsung
1295,1500
NAD
0320
Sansui
1189,0189,0346
Nakamichi
1313,0097,1555,0347
Sanyo
1801,1469,1251,0801,0360,0219
New Castle
0502
Scott
0322,0163
Nikko
0322
Sears
0195,0424
Nikkodo
0322
Sharp
0186,1286
Norcent
1389
Sharper Image
1556
Nova
1389
Sherwood
1077,1653,0491,0502,1423
Onkyo
0842,0135,1320,1298,1531
Shinsonic
1426
Optimus
1023,0531,0014,1074,0670,0121,
0186,0080,0195,0738,0801,0042,
0181,0502,0219,0158,0074,0163,
0177
Siemens
0424
Oritron
1497,1366
Sirius
1811,1602,1627
Outlaw Audio
0391
Sonic Blue
1869,1532,1383
Panasonic
1308,1518,1548,1288,1316,1763,1
764,1633,0309,0367,0039
Sony
1058,1441,1258,1759,1758,1622,
1858,1658,1558,1406,0405,0474,
1349,1442,0158
Penney
0195
Sounddesign
0670
Penneys
0195,0039
Steresphonics
1023
Philips
1189,1269,0891,1266,0189,0391,
1120
Sunfire
1313
Pioneer
1023,1384,0531,0014,0150,0630,
0080,0801,0244,0346
Teac
1267,1390,1074,1528,0463,0163
Polaroid
1508
Technics
1308,1518,1633,0309,0039
Polk Audio
0189,1289,1414
Thorens
1189
Proscan
1254,0054
Thoshiba
0842,0135,0080
Quasar
0039
Venturer
1390
RCA
1023,1609,1254,0531,1511,1390,
1074,0080,0360,0054,1154,0346
Victor
0074
RadioShack
1609,0181
Waitec
1352
Realistic
1609,0121,0186,0195,0042,0181,
0158,0163,0177
Wards
0014,0189,0080,0042,0054,0158
Regent
1437
XM
1406,1414
Revox
0189
Yamaha
1023,0176,1176,1375,1331,1276, 0186
Rio
1869,1383
Yorx
0195
Rio Audio
1383
Zenith
1293,0857,0346
Saba
1519
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Myrad
Cable Converters
A-Mark
0008,0144
Nova Vision
0008
ABC
0237,0003,0008
Novaplex
0008
Accuphase
0003
Pace
0877,1877,0237,0008
Acorn
0237
Panasonic
0000,0008,0144,0107
Action
0237
Paragon
0000,0008,0525
Active
0237
Penneys
0000
Americast
0899
Philips
1305,0317
Archer
0237
Pioneer
0877,1877,0144,0533
BCC
0276
Pulsar
0000
Bell South
0899
Quasar
0000
British Telecom
0003
Regal
0276,0279
Century
0008
Runco
0000
Digeo
1187
Samsung
0003,0144
Director
0476
Scientific Atlanta
0877,1877,0477,0237,0003,0000,
0008
Fosgate
0276
Sony
1006
GE
0144
Sprucer
0144
General Instrument
0476,0810,0276,0003
Starcom
0003
Gibraltar
0003
Supercable
0276
GoldStar
0144
Time Waener cable
1877
Hamlin
0009
Torx
0003
Hitachi
0003,0008,0009
Toshiba
0000
Insight
0476,0810
US Electronics
0276,0003,0008
Jerrold
0476,0810,0276,0003
United Cable
0276,0003
Memorex
0000
Videoway
0000
Mitsubishi
0003
Zenith
0000,0008,0525,0899
Motorola
0476,1376,0810,0276,1187
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Satellite Receivers
0772
Motorola
0869,0856
Bell ExpressVu
0775
NEC
1270
Chaparral
0216
Netsat
0099
DirecTV
0566,0639,1639,1640,0247,0749,
1142,1442,0724,0819,1856,1108,
1609,0392,1392,1076,0099
Next Level
0869
Dish Network
0775
Optimus
0724
Dish Network System
0775,1775,1005,1505
Panasonic
0701,0247
Dishpro
0775,1775,1005,1505
Paysat
0724
Echostar
0775,1775,1005,1505
Philips
0749,1749,1142,1442,0775,0724,
0722,0819,1076,0099
Expressvu
0775,1775
Pioneer
1142,1442
GE
0566, 0392
Primestar
0869
GOI
0775,1775
Proscan
0566,0392
General Instrument
0869
RCA
0566,1142,1442,0775,0143,0855,
0392,1392,0566,0775,0869
Goodmans
1246
RadioShack
0566,0775,0869
HTS
0775,1775
SKY
0856,0099
Hitachi
1250,0749,0819
Samsung
1142,1442,1276,1108,1609
Houston tracker
0775
Sanyo
1219
Hughes
0749,1749,1142,1442
Sony
0639,1639,1640
Hughes Network
Systems
0749,1749,1142,1442
Star Choice
0869
Innova
0099
Star Trak
0772,0869
JVC
0775,1775
Thomson
0566,0392
Jerrold
0869
Tivo
1142,1442
LG
1226
Toshiba
0749,1749,0790,1285,0819
Magnavox
0724,0722
Ultimate TV
1640,1392
McIntosh
0869
Uniden
0724,0722
Memorex
0724
Voom
0869
Mitsubishi
0749
Zenith
0856,1856
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AlphaStar
TVs
A-Mark
0047,0054
Brockwood
0030,0178
AOC
0180,0030
Brocksonic
0236,0463,0180
Accuscan
0047
CXC
0180
Action
0030
Candle
0030
Admiral
0047,0054,0017,0051,0093,0463,
0180
Capehart
0017,0030,0178,0092
Advent
0761,0783,0815,0817,0842
Capetronic
0030
Adventuri
0000
Carnivale
0030
Agna
0150
Carver
0054
Aiko
0092
Celebrity
0000
Akai
0060,0702,0672,0030,0145,0812
Celera
0765
Albatron
0700,0843
Changhong
0156,0765,0783,0767
Alfide
0672
Cineral
0451,0092
Alleron
0030
Citek
0047
Ambassador
0150
Citizen
0054,0000,0451,0463,0180,0060,
0030,3392,0171
America Action
0180
Clarion
0180
American High
0000,0060
Classic
0030.0092
Amstrad
0171
Colortyme
0047,0054,0017,0060,0030,0178
Amtron
0000,0180
Commercial Solutions
0047,1447
Anam
0180
Conic
0178
Apex
0156,0748,0765
Contec
0180
Apex Digital
0156,0748,0765,0879,0767
Craig
0180,0171
Audinac
0180
Crosley
0054,0000,0180,0030,0171
Audiovox
0451,0180,0092,0623
Crown
0093,0180,0672
Aumark
0060
Crown Mustang
0672
Aventura
0171
Curtis Mathes
0047,0054,0154,0000,0051,0451,
0093,0180,0060,0702,0030,0178,
0145,0166,1147,1347
Baysonic
0180
Daewoo
0451,1661,0672,0178,0092,0623,
1755,1756,0661
Beaumark
0017,0030,0178
Dayton
0092
Belcor
0030
Daytron
0030,0178,0092
Bell & Howell
0054,0154,0093
Dell
1454
Bell and Howell
0054,0154,0093
Delta
1369
BenQ
1756,1032
Denon
0511,0145
Bradford
0180
Dumont
0017,0180,0178
60
TVs
0463,0180,0178,0171,1034,1463
Helios
0865
Dwin
0093
Hello Kitty
0451
ESA
0171,0815
Hisense
0748
Eaton
0060
Hitachi
0047,0054,0017,0000,0051,0145,
1145
Electroband
0000
Hyundai
0865
Electrograph
1755
Ima
0236,0180,0178
Electrohome
0154,0000,0150,0030,0178
Infinity
0054
Emerald
0178
Inteq
0017,0145
Emerson
0047,0154,0451,0236,0463,0180,
0150,0178,0171,0623
JBL
0054
Envision
0030
JCB
0000
Fisher
0054,0154,0000
JIL
0030
Fortress
0093
JVC
0054,0053,0030,1253,0731
Funai
0000,0180,0171
Jensen
0761,0815,0817
Futuretech
0180
Jutan
0030
GE
0047,0000,0051,0451,0060,0030,
0178,1147,1347,1447
KEC
0180,0060
Gateway
1755,1756
KLH
0156,0180,0765,0767
Gemini
0047
KTV
0463,0180,0030
Gibraltar
0017,0000,0030
Kamp
0017,0180
Gibralter
0017,0030
Kawasho
0030
Go Video
0060
Kenwood
0180,0030
GoldStar
0047,0054,0030,0178
Kloss
0030
Goodmans
0360
Kloss Novabeam
0030
Gradiente
0053
Konka
0180
Grundig
0672,0706
LG
0442,0054,1625,0060,0030,0178,
0700
Grundy
0180
LXI
0047,0054,0017,0154,0000,0156,
0051,0093,0060,0053,0030,0178,
0171,0166,1347
Grunpy
0180
Lark
0154
Haier
1034
Lloyds
0236,0180,0030
Hallmark
0236,0180,0178
Loewe
0136
Harley Davidson
0000,0180,0060,0030,0178
Logik
0236,0180
Harman/Kardon
0054
MGA
0150,0030,0178
Harvard
0180
MGN Technologu
0178
Havermy
0093
MTC
0180,0060,0030,0092
Heathkit
0017
Magnasonic
0054,0000,0156,0093,0030,0092
61
ENGLISH
Durabrand
TVs
Magnavox
0047,1454,0054,0154,0000,0051,
0250,0180,0060,0030,0092,0171,
0706,1254,1755
Petters
1523
Majestic
0017
Penny
0047,0156,0051,0060,0030,0178,
1347
Marantz
1454,0054,0030
Pennys
0047,0000,0156,0051,0250,0060,
0030,0178
Matsushita
0051,0250,0650
Paxonic
0060,0030
Maxcent
1755,1756
Philco
0054,0463,0030,0145
Maxent
1755
Philips
1454,0054,0017,0000,0030,0171,
1254,0690
Megapower
0700
Pilot
0051,0060,0030,0178
Megatron
0047,0178,0145
Pioneer
0166,0866,0679
Memorex
0154,0463,0180,0150,0060,0030,
0178
Polaroid
0765,0865,1276,1341,1523
Micro Genius
0150
Portland
0451,0092
Midland
0047,0017,0051
Precision
0236,0180
Mitsubishi
0154,0093,0150,1250,0030,0178,
0836
Prima
0761,0783,0815,0817
Monivision
0700,0843
Princeton
0700
Motorola
0054,0051,0093,0150
Prism
0051,0250
Multitech
0180
Proscan
0047,0030,1347,1447
NAD
0156,0178,0166,1156,0866
Proton
0178
NEC
0047,0030,0178,1704
Pulsar
0017,0092
NTC
0092
Pulser
0178,0092
NetTV
1755
Quartz
0150,0178
Nikko
0047,0017,0154,0156,0030,0178,
0092,1347
Quasar
0051,0250,0650
Nikkodo
0030,0178,0092
RCA
0090,1547,0047,0054,0000,0051,
0093,0178,1047,1147,1247,1347
Nishi
0030
Rabbit
0047
Norcent
0748
RadioShack
0047,0154,0180,0150,0030,0178
Nyon
0000
Realistic
0047,0154,0180,0150,0030,0178
Onwa
0180
Runco
0017,0060,0030
Optimus
0154,0250,0093,0180,0150,0030,
0178,0166,0650,0079
SR2000
0154,0171
Optonica
0093
SSS
0180
Orion
0017,0236,0463,0180,0178,1463
SV2000
0054
PCE
0156,0060
SVA
0748,0865
Pace
0092
Sampo
0047,0030,1755,1756
Panda
0706
Sanky
0060,0030
Panasonic
0047,0054,0154,0000,0156,0051,
0250,0093,0236,0150,0060,0053,
0030,0178,0145,1347,0650
Samsung
0047,0054,0017,0154,0060,0702,0030,017
8,1060,0812
62
TVs
0463,0060,0030
Techwood
0051,0250,0060
Sanyo
088,0047,0054,0154,0000,0463,
0171,1755
Teknika
0054,0463,0180,0150,0060,0178,
0092
Saville
0060
Telecolor
0017
Scotch
0178
Telefunken
0702
Scott
0236,0180,0030,0178
Thomas
0047,0178
Sears
0047,0054,0017,0154,0000,0156,
0051,0093,0060,0053,0030,0178,
0171,0166
Thomson
0047,1447
Sharp
0054,0093,0180
Tocom
0156
Sheng Chia
0093
Toshiba
0154,0156,0150,1265,0060,0145,
0166,1145,1156,1256,1356,1656,
1704,0650
Shivaki
0178
Totevision
0051
Siemens
0145
Toyomenka
0178
Signature
0054
Truetone
0051,0250
Signature 2000
0047,0093,0030
Ultra
0092
Simpson
0030,0178
Universal
0047
Singer
0060,0092
V
1755,1756
Solar Drape
0000
Vector Research
0030
Sony
1100,0017,0154,0000,0150,0053
Victor
1100,0053
Soundesign
0180,0178
Vidikron
0054
Spectravision
0156,0178
Vidtech
0178
Squareview
0171
Viewsonic
1755
Starlite
0236,0180
Viking
0060
Studio Experience
0843
Visio
1755,1756
Supreme
0000
Vizio
1756
Sylvania
0047,0054,0154,0000,0051,0030,
0178,0092,0171
Wards
0047,0054,0017,0154,0000,0156,
0051,0093,0236,0180,0060,0030,
0178,0166,1147,1347,1156,0866
Symphonic
0000,0180,0178,0171
Waycon
0156
TMK
0236,0180,0178
Welton
0178
TNCi
0017
Westinghouse
0451
TVS
0463
White Westinghouse
0451,0236,463,0623
Tandy
0093
World
0451,0236,0463,0180
Tatung
0000,0051,1756
XR1000
0154,0180,0171
Teac
0154,0706
Yamaha
0030
Technics
0047,0054,0017,0051,0250,1347,
0650
York
0030
Technovox
0030
Zenith
0047,0017,0000,0093,0463,0030
0178,0145,0092,0171,1145,0812
63
ENGLISH
Sansui
VCRs
A-Mark
0000,0037,0240
Crosley
0000,0035,0081
ABS
1972
Crown
0072
Admiral
0060,0048,0039,0047,0104,0209
Curtis Mathes
1035,0000,0035,0060,0162,0240,
0041
Adventura
0000,0037,0240
CyberPower
1972
Adyson
0072
Cybernex
0240
Aiwa
0124,0000,0037
Daewoo
1278,0037,0045
Akai
0175,0041
Daytron
0037
Alba
0209,0072
Dell
1972
Alienware
1972
Denon
0081,0042
Allegro
0039
Derwant
0041
American High
0035,0081
DirecTV
0739
Amstrad
0000
Dual
0000
Asha
0240
Durabrand
0039
Astra
0035,0240
Dynatech
0000,0240
Audiovox
0037
Electrohome
0000,0060,0037,0240,0043,0209
Avis
0000,0072
Electrophnic
0037
Beaumark
0240
Emerald
0184,0121
Bell & Howell
0000,0035,0048,0039,0104
Emerex
0032
Bell and Howell
0000,0035,0048,0039,0104
Emerson
1479,1278,0000,0037,0184,0240,
0121,0043,0209
Broksonic
1479,0184,0121,0209
Fisher
0000,0039,0047,0104
CCE
0072
Fuji
0035,0033
Calix
0037
Fujitsu
0000
Candle
0037
Funai
0000,0037,0072
Canon
0035
GE
1035,1060,0807,0000,0035,0060,
0048,0240
Carrera
0240
Garrard
0000
Carver
0035,0081
Gateway
1972
Citizen
1278,0000,0035,0037,0240,0209
Gemini
0060
Classic
0037
Genexxa
0000,0037
Colortyme
0035,0060,0045
Go Video
0614,0240
Colt
0000,0072
GoldStar
1237,0000,0035,0037,0039
Craig
0037,0047,0240,0072
Goodmans
0000,0037,0081,0072
Criterion
0000,0072
Gradiente
0000
64
VCRs
0081,0042
MEI
0035
Grundig
0081
MGA
0060,0240,0043
HI-Q
0000,0035,0047
MGN Technology
0240
HP
1972
MTC
0000,0240,0072
Harley Davidson
0000
MTX
0000
Harman/Kardon
0081
Magnasonic
1278,0000,0037,0240,0072
Harvard
0072
Magnavox
1781,0000,0618,0035,0037,0048,
0039,0081,0240
Harwood
0072
Magnin
0240
Hewleet Packard
1972
Marantz
0035,0081
Hitachi
0089,0000,0035,0037,0045,0042,
0041
Marta
0037
Howard Computers
1972
Matsui
0037,0209
Hughes Network
Systems
0739,0042
Matsushita
0035,0081,0162
Humax
0739
Media Center PC
1972
Hush
1972
Memorex
1237,0000,0035,0037,0048,0039,
0047,0162,0240,0104,0209,0072
Hytek
0000,0047,0072
Metz
0037
ITT Nokia
0240,0041
Microsoft
1972
JVC
0067,0041
Midland
0240
Janeil
0240
Mind
1972
Jensen
0067,0041
Minolta
0042
KEC
0037
Mitsubishi
0807,0000,0060,0048,0047,0042,0067,00
43,0041
KLH
0072
Movie Walker
0072
KTV
0000
Multitech
0000,0039,0072
Kenwood
0067,0041
NAD
0240,0104
Kodak
0035,0037
NAP
0035,0037,0039,0033,0042
LG
0037,0240
NEC
0067,0104,0041
LXI
0000,0037,0042,0067
Newtech
0072
Linksys
1972
Nikko
0037
Lloyd’s
0000
Nikkodo
0037
Lloyds
0000,0240,0072
Nishi
0240
Loewe
0081
Niveus Media
1972
Logik
0000,0240,0072
Noblex
0240
M Electronic
0240
Northgate
1972
65
ENGLISH
Granada
VCRs
Olympus
0035,0162,0104
STS
0042
Onkyo
0222
SV2000
0000,0072
Optimus
0000,0035,0037,1062,0048,0047,
0162,0240,0104
SVA
0000
Orion
1479,0000,0184,0240,0104,0121,
0209
Samsung
0000,1014,0739,0060,0045,0240
Panama
0035
Samtron
0240
Panasonic
0225,1035,0000,0614,0616,0035,
1062,0162
Sanky
0048,0039
Penny
1237,1035,0035,0037,0042,0240
Sansui
1479,0000,0067,0240,0209,0041,
0072
Pennys
0000,0035,0037,0047,0081,0162,
0042,0067,0240
Sanyo
0159,0000,0047,0240,0104
Pentax
0042
Scott
0184,0045,0121,0043
Philco
0000,0038,0081,0209
Sears
1237,0000,0035,0060,0037,0048,
0039,0047,0033,0162,0045,0067,
0104,0043,0209,0041,0072
Philips
0000,0616,0618,0739,0035,0048,
0081,0162,0045,0209
Sharp
0807,0000,0048,0047,0032
Pilot
0037
Shintom
0000,0039,0240,0072
Pioneer
0081,0162,0042,0067
Shogun
0240
Polk Audio
0081
Siemens
0037,0104
Profitronic
0240
Signature
0035
Proscan
1060,0060
Signature2000
0000,0035,0060,0037,0048
Protec
0000,0072
Singer
0037,0240,0072
Protech
0072
Sonic Blue
0614,0616
Pulsar
0039,0240
Sony
1232,0000,0636,1972,0035,0047,
0032,0033,0067
Pulser
0240
Soundmaster
0000
Quartz
0035,0047
Stack9
1972
Quasar
1035,0035,0162
Sylvania
1781,0000,0035,0081,0043
RCA
1035,1060,0807,0000,0880,0035,
0060,0048,0045,0042,0240
Symphonic
0000,0240
RadioShack
0000,0035,0037,0048,0047,0162,
0240,0104
Systemax
1972
Radix
0037
TMK
0000,0240
Randex
0037
TNIX
0037
Realistic
0000,0035,0037,0048,0047,0162,
0240,0104,0121
Tagar Systems
1972
Replay TV
0614,0616
Tandy
0000,0104
Ricavision
1972
Tatung
0000,0048,0081,0067,0041
Runco
0039
Teac
0000,0067,0041
66
VCRs
0000,0035,0060,0037,0039,0162
Victor
0067,0041
Tenika
0000,0035,0037
Video Concepts
0045
Telecorder
0240
Videomagic
0037
Telefunken
0041
Videosonic
0000,0240,0072
Thomas
0000
Viewsonic
1972
Thomson
0060,0041
Villain
0000
Tivo
0618,0636,0739,1503
Voodoo
1972
Tocom
0240
Wards
0000,0035,0060,0037,0048,0039,
0047,0081,0033,0045,0042,0240,
0043,0041,0072
Toshiba
0845,1145,0000,1503,1008,1972,
0045,0240,0043,0209,0041
White Westinghouse
0000,0209,0072
Totevision
0037,0240
World
0209
Touch
1972
XR-1000
0000,0035,0072
Trix
0037
XR1000
0000,0035,0240,0072
Ultra
0045
Yamaha
0041
Unitech
0240
ZT Group
1972
Vector
0045
Zenith
1479,0000,0037,0039,0033,0209,
0041
Vector Research
0184
iBUYPOWER
1972
Vextra
0072
DVD Players
3D LAB
0503,0539
Axion
0801,0869,0741
Advent
1016
Blaupunkt
0717
Aiwa
0641
Blue Parade
0571
Akai
0899,0770,0705
Blue Sky
0695,0699
Alba
0672,0717
Brandt
0651
Alco
0709
Broksonic
0695,0868
Allegro
0869
California Audio Labs
0490
Apex
0533,0672,1056,1061,0830,0794,0
796,0797,1100,1020,0717,0755
Celestial
1020
Apex Digital
0672,1056,1061,0830,0794,0796,
0797,1100,1004,1020,0717,0755
Centrex
0672,1004
Aspire
1168
CineVision
0869,0876,0833
Audiovox
0790,0717,1071,1121,1122
Cinea
0831
67
ENGLISH
Technics
DVD Players
Citizen
1003,1277
GoldStar
0801,0869,0741
Clairtone
0571
Goodmans
0790
Coby
0778,1107
Gradiente
0490,0651
Craig
0831
Greenhill
0717
Creative
0503,0539
Grundig
0539,0705
Curtis Mathes
1087
Harman/Kardon
0582,0702
CyberHome
0816,1023,1117,1024,1129,0874
Hitachi
0573,0664,1247
Cytron
0705
Hiteker
0672
DVD2000
0521
IRT
0783
Daewoo
0869,1172,0784,0770,1169,0705,
0833
Initial
0717
Dansai
0770
Integra
0571,0627
Decca
0770
JBL
0702
Denon
0490,0634
JMB
0695
Denver
0778
JVC
0623,1164,0558,0867
DiviDo
0705
Jensen
1016
Digitrex
0672
KLH
1020,0790,0717,1149
Disney
0675,1270
KLH Digital
0717
Dual
0675
Kawasaki
0790
Durabrand
1127
Kenwood
0490,0534
Electrohome
1003
Kloss
0533
Emerson
0675,0821,1268,0591
Koss
1061,0651
Enterprise
0591
LG
0801,0591,0869,0741
Entivo
0503,0539
Lasonic
0798,0627
Enzer
0770
Lecson
1533
Firstline
0651
Lenoxx
1127
Fisher
0670
Lite-On
1058,1158
Funai
0675,1268,1334
LiteOn
1058,1158,1416,1440
GE
0522,0717,0815
Loewe
0511,0741
GPX
0699
Logix
0783
Gateway
1158,1073
Magnasonic
0675,0651
General Electric
0717
Magnavox
0503,0539,0675,0646,0821
Go Video
0573,1075,1044,0744,0717,0869,
0741,0783,1158,1099,1304,1730,
0833,0715
Marantz
0503,0539,0675
Go Vision
1071
McIntosh
1533
68
DVD Players
0651
Memorex
0695,1270,0831
Realistic
0571
Microsoft
0522
Reoc
0752
Minato
0752
Revoy
0699
Mintek
0717,0839
Rio
0869
Mitsubishi
0521,1521
Rotel
0623
NAD
0591,0741
Rowa
1004,0823
NEC
0785,0869
SVA
0717
Naiko
0770
Saba
0651
Nesa
0717
Sampo
0752
Nexx Tech
1402
Samsung
0490,0573,0820,1075,0899,1044,
0744
Norcent
1003,1107
Sansui
0695
Onkyo
0792,0503,0627
Sanyo
0695,0675,0670,1334,0873
Optimus
0571
Schneider
0783
Orion
0695
Schwaiger
0752
Oritron
0651
Sensory Science
1158
Palsonic
0672
Sharp
0675,1256,0752,0630
Paniasonic
0503,0490,1762,0703,1362,1462,
1490,0571
Sharper Image
1117
Philips
0503,0539,0675,1267,0646,0854,
1354,1260
Sherwood
0770,1043
Phonotrend
0699
Shinsonic
0533,0839
PianoDisc
1204
Slim Art
0784
Pioneer
0571,0525,0631
Sonic Blue
0573,0869,0783,1099,0175
Polaroid
1061,1020
Sony
0533,1033,1461,0864,1533
Polk Audio
0539
Sova
1122
Portland
0770
Superscan
0821
Prima
1016
Sylvania
0675,0821,1268,0630
Provision
0778
Symphonic
0675,0821,1268,1334
Proceed
0672
Tatung
0770
Proscan
0522
Teac
0809,0571,0790,0717
Prosonic
0699
Technics
0490,0703
Qwestar
0651
Technika
0770
RCA
0522,0571,0822,1132,1022,0790,
0717
Tevion
0651
RadioShack
0571
Theta Digital
0571
69
ENGLISH
Medion
DVD Players
Thomson
0511,0522
Venturer
0790
Toshiba
0503,0695,1045,1154,0573,0539
Wesder
0699
US Logic
0839
Xbox
0522
USLogic
0839
Yamaha
0490,0539,0545
Unimax
0770
Zenith
0503,0591,0869,0741
Universum
0591
Zeus
0784
Urban Concepts
0503,0539
iLo
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There is no picture or sound.
There is no picture from AV.
▪ Make sure the BRIGHTNESS is properly adjusted.
▪ The florescent lamp may have reached the end of its life. Contact
an authorized service center.
▪ Make sure the video source is plugged into the composite video-in
port.
There is no sound.
▪ Make sure the volume is not set to minimum.
▪ Make sure the sound is not muted
▪ Make sure that headphones are not connected.
There is no picture or sound , just noise.
▪ The source signal may be weak.
▪ Your provider may be experiencing difficulties.
▪ Check your input connections.
Picture is not clear.
▪ The source signal may be weak.
▪ The provider may be experiencing difficulties.
▪ Check input connections.
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▪ Make sure the AC cord is connected.
▪ Verify that there is a valid source signal.
▪ Make sure the correct input mode is selected.
Picture is light or improperly tinted.
▪ Check the Hue, Saturation and Color adjustments.
▪ Reset the TV to the factory default settings.
The picture is too dark.
▪ Select a different APC mode.
▪ Check the Brightness of Picture Settings.
▪ The fluorescent lamp may have reached the end of its life. Contact
an authorized service center.
Remote control does not work.
▪ Install new batteries.
▪ Make sure the remote sensor window isn’t blocked.
▪ Make sure the system is in the right mode (TV, CAB/SAT, DVD or
AUX.)
There are stripes on the screen or colors fade.
▪ There may be interference from other appliances.
▪ There may be interference between the video source cable and
the power cable.
▪ Make sure the power and video cables are not touching.
Check the Hue, Saturation and Color adjustments
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The picture is not sharp.
The picture moves.
▪ The source signal may be weak.
▪ The provider may be experiencing difficulties.
▪ Check input connections.
The picture is doubled or tripled.
▪ The source signal may be weak.
▪ Check input connections.
The picture is spotted.
▪ There may be interference from other appliances nearby or
around the LCD TV.
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▪ The signal source may be weak.
▪ The provider may be experiencing difficulties.
▪ Check input connections.
▪ Check the Sharpness of Picture Settings.
SPECIFICATIONS
ITEMS
Panel
Screen Size
31.51” TFT-LCD Panel
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Resolution
1366 x 768
Display Area (opening) H x V
697.68 mm x 392.25 mm
Pixel Pitch
0.51075 mm x 0.51075 mm
Display colors
16.7 M
Contrast Ratio
1200 : 1
Brightness (center)
500 cd / m2
Viewing Angle (CR≥20)
TV Function
Video Input
PC Input
(typ.)
(typ.)
o
176 Hor. / 176o Ver.
(typ.)
Response Time (GTG)
8 ms (typ.)
Broadcasting System
Analog : NTSC M / N
Digital : ATSC/Clear QAM
Receiving Channel
Analog : PLL181Ch., CATV 125Ch
Digital : 54M Hz~864M Hz
Sound System
Analog : Multi-channel TV Sound
Digital : Multi-Track Sound
Resolution
Analog : 480i
Digital : 1080i, 720p,480p, 480i
Data Broadcasting
Close Caption , V - Chip
Composite Signal
CVBS
x2
Y, C Signal
S-Video
x2
Component Signal
Y Pb Pr
x2
HDMI Connection
HDMI
x2
VGA Connection
D-Sub 15 pin
Scanning Frequency
fH = 31.5 ~ 60KHz / fV = 56 ~ 75Hz
Audio 1
Audio Input
32”
(720P / 1080i , HDTV ready )
Composite
S - Video
Audio 2
Component
Audio 3
PC
Speaker ( build-in)
10W + 10W (rms) @THD < 10%
Line Out
Left / Right
Digital Audio Out
S / PDIF ( for HDMI and DTV) .
Function Keys
Power , Source , Menu , Up/Down(Channel) , +/-(Volume) , ARC/EXIT
Video Performance
3D Comb-filter , 3D De-interlace , Aspect Ratio Control (ARC) ,
Auto Picture Control, Video Enhance, Noise Reduction
Audio Performance
Subwoofer, Auto Volume Control (AVC)
Other Control
Sleep Timer, Timer On, Timer Off
Power Supply
AC 100V ~ 240V , 50 / 60Hz
Power Consumption
< 180 W
Dimension
WxHxD
828.0 mm * 651 .3mm * 240.0mm
Weight (net)
Without Accessories
22Kg
Audio Output
Feature
Power
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ITEMS
37.02” TFT-LCD Panel
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Resolution
1366 x 768
Display Area (opening) H x V
819.6 mm x 460.8 mm
Pixel Pitch
0.6 mm x 0.6 mm
Display colors
16.7 M
Contrast Ratio
1200 : 1
Brightness (center)
TV Function
Video Input
PC Input
500 cd / m
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Panel
37”
Screen Size
(typ.)
2
(typ.)
o
Viewing Angle (CR≥10)
170 Hor. / 170o Ver.
Response Time (GTG)
8 ms (typ.)
Broadcasting System
Analog : NTSC M / N
Digital : ATSC/Clear QAM
Receiving Channel
Analog : PLL181Ch., CATV 125Ch
Digital : 54M Hz~864M Hz
Sound System
Analog : Multi-channel TV Sound
Digital : Multi-Track Sound
Resolution
Analog : 480i
Digital : 1080i, 720p,480p, 480i
Data Broadcasting
Close Caption , V - Chip
Composite Signal
CVBS
x2
Y, C Signal
S-Video
x2
Component Signal
Y Pb Pr
x2
HDMI Connection
HDMI
x2
VGA Connection
D-Sub 15 pin
x1
Scanning Frequency
fH = 31.5 ~ 60KHz / fV = 56 ~ 75Hz
(typ.)
(720P / 1080i , HDTV ready )
Composite
Audio 1
Audio Input
Audio Output
Feature
Power
S - Video
Audio 2
Component
Audio 3
PC
Speaker ( build-in)
10W + 10W (rms) @THD < 10%
Line Out
Left / Right
Digital Audio Out
S / PDIF ( for HDMI and DTV) .
Function Keys
Power , Source , Menu , Up/Down(Channel) , +/-(Volume) , ARC/EXIT
Video Performance
3D Comb-filter , 3D De-interlace , Aspect Ratio Control (ARC) ,
Auto Picture Control, Video Enhance, Noise Reduction .
Audio Performance
Subwoofer, Auto Volume Control (AVC)
Other Control
Sleep Timer, Timer On , Timer Off .
Power Supply
AC 100V ~ 240V , 50 / 60Hz
Power Consumption
< 220 W
Dimension
WxHxD
947.0 mm * 722.0 mm * 240.0mm
Weight (net)
Without Accessories
25Kg
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ITEMS
Panel
TV Function
Video Input
PC Input
Screen Size
42.02” TFT-LCD Panel
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Resolution
1366 x 768
Display Area (opening) H x V
930.25 mm x 523.01 mm
Pixel Pitch
0.68 mm x 0.68 mm
Display colors
16.7 M
Contrast Ratio
1500 : 1
Audio Output
Feature
Power
Dimension
Weight (net)
(typ.)
2
(typ.)
Brightness (center)
500 cd / m
Viewing Angle (CR>10)
178o Hor. / 178o Ver.
Response Time (GTG)
8 ms (typ.)
Broadcasting System
Analog : NTSC M / N
Digital : ATSC/Clear QAM
Receiving Channel
Analog : PLL181Ch., CATV 125Ch
Digital : 54M Hz~864M Hz
Sound System
Analog : Multi-channel TV Sound
Digital : Multi-Track Sound
Resolution
Analog : 480i
Digital : 1080i, 720p,480p, 480i
Data Broadcasting
Close Caption , V - Chip
Composite Signal
CVBS
x2
Y, C Signal
S-Video
x2
Component Signal
Y Pb Pr
x2
HDMI Connection
HDMI
x2
VGA Connection
D-Sub 15 pin
Scanning Frequency
fH = 31.5 ~ 60KHz / fV = 56 ~ 75Hz
Audio 1
Audio Input
42”
(typ.)
(720P / 1080i , HDTV ready )
Composite
S - Video
Audio 2
Component
Audio 3
PC
Speaker ( build-in)
15W + 15W (rms) @THD < 10%
Line Out
Left / Right
Digital Audio Out
S / PDIF ( for HDMI and DTV) .
Function Keys
Power , Source , Menu , Up/Down(Channel) , +/-(Volume) , ARC/EXIT
Video Performance
3D Comb-filter , 3D De-interlace , Aspect Ratio Control (ARC) ,
Auto Picture Control, Video Enhance, Noise Reduction
Audio Performance
Subwoofer, Auto Volume Control (AVC)
Other Control
Sleep Timer, Timer On, Timer Off
Power Supply
AC 100V ~ 240V , 50 / 60Hz
Power Consumption
< 300 W
WxHxD
1067.0 mm * 815.0 mm * 270.0mm
Without Accessories
36.1Kg
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