Medion LIFE P13161 Instruction manual

Medion LIFE P13161 Instruction manual
47 cm (18.5") LED LCD TV
with inbuilt DVD Player and HD DVB-T Tuner
MEDION® LIFE® P13161 (MD 21097)
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MEDION Australia Pty Ltd
St. Leonards, NSW 2065
Australia
12/2011
Hotline: 1300 884 987
Opening hours: Mon - Fri 08:30AM to 06:00PM EST
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Internet
www.medion.com.au
E-mail Support
[email protected]
Instruction Manual
31.10.2011 10:15:37 Uhr
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47 cm (18.5”) LED LCD TV with inbuilt
DVD Player and HD DVB-T Tuner (P13161) MD 21097
Warranty Details
The product is guaranteed to be free from defects in workmanship and parts for a period
of 24 months from the date of purchase. Defects that occur within this warranty period,
under normal use and care, will be repaired, replaced or refunded at our discretion. The
benefits conferred by this warranty are in addition to all rights and remedies in respect of
the product that the consumer has under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and
similar state and territory laws.
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Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer
Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation
for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the
goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does
not amount to a major failure.
After Sales Support
Telephone:
1300 884 987
Internet: www.medion.com.au
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47 cm (18.5”) LED LCD TV with inbuilt
DVD Player and HD DVB-T Tuner (P13161) MD 21097
Repair and Refurbished
Goods or Parts Notice
Unfortunately, from time to time, faulty products are manufactured which need to be
returned to the Supplier for repair.
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Please be aware that if your product is capable of retaining user-generated data (such as
files stored on a computer hard drive, telephone numbers stored on a mobile telephone,
songs stored on a portable media player, games saved on a games console or files stored
on a USB memory stick) during the process of repair, some or all of your stored data may
be lost. We recommend you save this data elsewhere prior to sending the product for
repair.
You should also be aware that rather than repairing goods, we may replace them with
refurbished goods of the same type or use refurbished parts in the repair process.
Please be assured though, refurbished parts or replacements are only used where
they meet ALDI’s stringent quality specifications.
If at any time you feel your repair is being handled unsatisfactorily, you may escalate your
complaint. Please telephone us on 1300 884 987 or write to us at:
MEDION Australia Pty Ltd
St. Leonards, NSW 2065
Australia
MEDION Help Desk 1300 884 987
(Operating Hours : Mon-Fri 08 :30AM to 06 :00PM EST)
Email: [email protected]
After Sales Support
Telephone:
1300 884 987
Internet: www.medion.com.au
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Device Overview
LED LCD TV
Front and Right-Hand Side View
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1.
2.
LED LCD Display
3.
4.
Infrared sensor: reception field for the infrared TV signals.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
LED LCD TV Mode indicator: orange when the device is in standby mode;
blue when the device is switched on.
EJECT
Eject the disk
Disk: Start or pause replay
VOL +/VOL -
Adjust the volume or navigate in the menu
CH + /CH -
Channel up/down or navigate in the menu
MENU
Call up on-screen menu to change settings on your device
SOURCE
Change input source
10.
Standby switch, switch on the device or switch to standby
mode
11. POWER
Mains switch
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Rear View / Connectivity
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
DVD-Player
ANT.
Connection using an antenna (analogue or DVB-T)
AUDIO L R
Audio inputs (red/white) for AV and Component IN
AV1
Video input 1 (yellow)
Component IN
3.5 mm jack component input for the connection
of devices with a component output
VGA
VGA connection: to connect a PC or Notebook
VGA AUDIO
Audio input for PC or Notebook
SCART/AV2
SCART input
Video input 2 (via SCART to AV adapter)
Connectivity for headphones with 3.5mm jack
10. HDMI 1-2
11. USB
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HDMI connection: to connect a device with HDMI out
USB interface for MP3 and JPG
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Remote Control
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1
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STANDBY, i.e. switch off the LED LCD TV temporarily
Numeric
buttons
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TV: Channel selection
Mute
FAV
FAVFAV+
Open favourites list
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EPG
DVB-T: Digital TV guide for television and radio programs
(depends on transmitter)
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INPUT
Select input signal of connected devices
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INFO
Display information, such as current channel number and
picture format
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Direction buttons 
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OK
Confirm selection in specific menus. Also used as ENTER
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MENU
Open and close menu
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P.MODE
Choose picture mode
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S.MODE
Choose sound mode
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INDEX
Go to the root directory of USB media player
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SIZE
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Previous favourites station
Next favourites station
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DVD: Play button - Start playback / Pause button: Pause
playback
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SUBTITLE
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DVD: Subtitle function for DVD player
DVD: STOP button, end playback / recording
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D.MENU
DVD: Open and close DVD menu
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TITLE
DVD: Display main DVD menu
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PROGRAM
DVD: Program playback list of DVD player
Red button
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PVR
Call up the starting function, if a USB medium is connected.
INTRO
DVD: Introduction function
Green button
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DVD: Eject button
PC AUTO
Automatic adjustment in VGA mode
CH+/-
Channel up/down navigating
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Increase (+) or reduce (-) volume.
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Set previous TV program
SLEEP
Sleep timer
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TV/RADIO
DVB-T: Switch between TV and radio stations
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ASPECT
Change picture format
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EXIT
DVD SETUP
Exit menu
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DVD: Open menu
HOLD
ZOOM
DVD: Zoom function for DVD player
TEXT
ANGLE
DVD: Select camera position (angle) in DVD playback
SUBPAGE
DVD: Fast forward
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REVEAL
DVD: Fast rewind
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DVD: Next title/next section
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DVD: Previous title/previous section
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D.DISP
DVD: Displays information on DVD currently inserted, e.g.
section, playback time elapsed, etc.
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GOTO
DVD: Select a section on a DVD
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A-B
DVD: Setting the AB repeat
Blue button
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REPEAT
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DVD: Setting the playback mode
Yellow button
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Contents
Device Overview ........................................................................................................ 1 LED LCD TV .......................................................................................................... 1 Front and Right-Hand Side View ...................................................................... 1 Rear View / Connectivity ................................................................................. 2 Remote Control .................................................................................................... 3 Contents ..................................................................................................................... 6 Information About These Instructions ...................................................................... 9 Target Group ........................................................................................................ 9 HD ready .............................................................................................................. 9 Contents ............................................................................................................. 10 Safety Instructions ................................................................................................... 11 Operating Safety ................................................................................................. 11 Set-Up Location .................................................................................................. 12 Repairs ................................................................................................................ 12 Intended Environment ........................................................................................ 13 Power Supply ..................................................................................................... 14 A
Battery Handling ................................................................................................. 15 Information about Conformity ............................................................................ 16 Start of Operation ............................................................................................... 17 Unpacking .......................................................................................................... 17 Installation .......................................................................................................... 17 Inserting the batteries in the remote control ....................................................... 18 Connect TV aerial................................................................................................ 18 DVB-T mode .................................................................................................. 18 Connecting a DVB-T aerial ............................................................................. 18 Connecting power supply .................................................................................. 18 Switching the LCD TV on and off ........................................................................ 18 After switching on the unit for the first time ........................................................ 19 Channel selection ............................................................................................... 20 Setting the volume ............................................................................................. 20 Picture Setting .................................................................................................... 21
Displaying Information ....................................................................................... 22
Favourites List ..................................................................................................... 22
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Input Source Selection ........................................................................................ 22 DVD Mode ................................................................................................................ 23 Switching between TV and DVD Mode ............................................................... 23 Inserting a DVD ................................................................................................... 23 Button function ................................................................................................... 24 Special display message ................................................................................. 24 Playback ........................................................................................................ 24 (Stop) ............................................................................................................ 24 (Skip) ............................................................................................................. 24 (Forward) ...................................................................................................... 24 GOTO (direct search) ..................................................................................... 24 D.DISP (time display) ..................................................................................... 25 REPEAT .......................................................................................................... 26 PROGRAM (playback sequence) .................................................................... 26 LANG (Audio Setting (Language)) .................................................................. 27 Open DVD menu ........................................................................................... 27 Navigating on MP3 and JPEG data media ............................................................ 27 SETUP menu in DVD mode.................................................................................. 28 Navigating in the menus ................................................................................ 28 A
Menu: General Setup ..................................................................................... 28 Menu: Audio Setup........................................................................................ 29 Menu: Digital Setup....................................................................................... 29 Menu: Preferences Page ................................................................................. 30 Operation through the Remote Control .............................................................. 32 Media Mode .............................................................................................................. 34 Media Mode and USB Connectivity ..................................................................... 34 Recording via record button (PVR or red button) ................................................. 35 Recording via EPG Scheduling ....................................................................... 35 Time Shift function ........................................................................................ 36 Switching between TV Mode and Media Mode ................................................... 37 Media Menu System............................................................................................ 37 Basic OSD Menu Settings ......................................................................................... 38 Navigating within the Menu ................................................................................ 38 Menu System ...................................................................................................... 39 CHANNEL Menu ............................................................................................ 39 PICTURE Menu............................................................................................... 41 SOUND Menu................................................................................................ 42 TIME Menu .................................................................................................... 43 7
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LOCK Menu .................................................................................................. 44 SETUP Menu ................................................................................................. 45 EPG - PROGRAM GUIDE ............................................................................................ 46 Connecting External Devices ................................................................................... 48 Connecting Headphones .................................................................................... 48 Connecting an External DVD Player .................................................................... 48 1. With a SCART Adapter ............................................................................... 48 2. Stereo RCA Cable and a Video RCA Cable .................................................. 48 3. Component Video Cable (3 x RCA) ............................................................ 49 4. HDMI Cable .............................................................................................. 49 Connecting a Camcorder .................................................................................... 49 With a Stereo RCA Cable and a Video RCA Cable ........................................... 49 Device with HDMI or DVI Output........................................................................ 50 Connecting an External Device with HDMI Output ....................................... 50 Connecting an External Device with DVI Output ........................................... 50 Connecting a PC or Notebook ............................................................................ 51 Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................... 52 Do You Need More Help? ................................................................................... 53 LCD TV pixel faults .............................................................................................. 54 Cleaning ................................................................................................................... 55 Disposal.................................................................................................................... 56 FCC Compliance Statement...................................................................................... 56 Technical Specifications .......................................................................................... 57 A
Copyright © 2011
All rights reserved.
This manual is protected by Copyright.
The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
This product uses copyright protected technologies that are protected by patents in
the USA and other intellectual property rights. The use of these copyright protected
technologies must be authorized by Macrovision and they must only be used for the
intended permitted possible replays and other restricted replays, unless other
possibilities have been expressly approved by Macrovision. Decompiling and
decoding are forbidden.
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Information About These Instructions
Please be sure to read these operating instructions carefully and follow
all instructions given. This will ensure that your LCD TV will work reliably
and last a long time. Always store these instructions in a handy place
near your LCD TV. Keep the operating instructions so that you can pass
them on with the LCD TV if you sell it.
Target Group
 This unit is to be used only for receiving and playing back TV programmes. The
range of connections supplied makes it possible to expand the input and output
sources (e.g. receiver, DVD player, DVD recorder, video recorder, PC, etc.).
 This unit is intended for use in dry, indoor areas only.
 It is not suitable for use as a data monitor for office workstations.
 The unit is intended for private use only and not for industrial or commercial use.
Using the device in extreme environmental conditions may result in it being
damaged.
HD ready
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Your LCD TV is “HD ready”. That means that it is capable of showing high-resolution
TV programmes (HDTV).
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Contents
Please check the items received in the box and inform us within 7 days from
purchase if anything is missing. Your statutory rights are not affected.
Caution!
Do not let children play with the plastic film. There is a risk of
suffocation!
You should receive the following items:
 LED LCD 18.5" with DVD Player
 1 x Remote Control incl. Batteries (2 x R03/AAA/1.5V)
 1 x Base Stand
 1 x Compoent Adapter 3.5 mm (YPbR/YUV)
 1 x SCART-to-AV Adapter
 1 x Instruction Manual
 1 x Warranty Certificate
 2 x Warranty Sticker
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Safety Instructions
Operating Safety
 Children should be supervised to ensure they do not play with this unit. This unit
is not intended for use by people (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental abilities or for those without experience and/or knowledge,
unless they are supervised by a person responsible for their safety or they have
been instructed on its use.
 Keep packaging material such as plastic film away from children. There is a risk of
suffocation if used improperly.
 Never open the casing of the LCD TV (electrical shock, short circuit and fire
hazard)!
 Never insert any objects through the slots and openings of the LCD TV (electrical
shock, short circuit and fire hazard)!
 The slots and openings on the LCD TV are for ventilation purposes. Do not cover
these openings (overheating, fire risk)!
 Do not put any pressure on the display. There is a risk that the screen may break.
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 The remote control has a class 1M infrared diode. Never use optical devices to
look at the LED.
 The DVD player is a first class laser product. The unit has a safety system that
prevents dangerous laser rays from escaping from the unit during normal use. In
order to avoid eye injuries, never manipulate or damage the security system of the
device.
 Caution! There is a risk of injury if the screen is damaged! Recover all broken
pieces using protective gloves and send them to your Service Centre for proper
waste disposal. Then wash your hands with soap because chemicals may have
leaked out.
 To avoid damaging the screen do not touch it with fingers or sharp objects.
 Contact customer services on 1300 884 987 if:
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the power cable is burnt or damaged
liquid has penetrated the device
the device is not operating correctly
the device has fallen, or the casing is damaged
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Set-Up Location
 In the first hours of operation, new devices may emit a typical, unavoidable but
completely harmless smell, which will decline increasingly in the course of time.
We recommend that you ventilate the room regularly, in order to counteract the
formation of the smell.
 Keep your LCD TV and all connected devices away from moisture and avoid dust,
heat and direct sunlight.
 Do not use the device outdoors because other effects such as rain, snow etc. can
also damage the device.
 The device must not be exposed to water droplets or spray. Do not place objects
that are filled with water (such as vases) on the device. The container may tip over
and the liquid will impair the electrical safety.

Do not operate the device near water and do not set it up near a wash-hand basin
or bath, etc.
 Do not place any exposed sources of ignition (candles or similar) on
or near the device.
 Make sure that there is enough clearance in the wall units! Ensure a
minimum separation of 10 cm around the device for sufficient ventilation.
 Operate all components on a stable, level and vibration-free base, to prevent the
LCD TV from falling over.
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 Avoid dazzle, reflections and strong bright-dark contrast in order to protect your
eyes.
 The optimal viewing distance is 5 times the screen diagonal.
Repairs
 Repairs to your LCD TV should only be carried out by qualified specialists.
 Please contact our Help Desk on 1300 884 987 if you have any problems with
your LCD TV. ALWAYS have repairs completed only by our authorised service
centre.
 Make sure to use only replacement parts provided by the manufacturer. The
device may sustain damage if unsuitable replacement parts are used.
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Intended Environment
 The device can be operated at an ambient temperature of +5° C to +40° C and a
relative humidity of 20% - 85% (non condensing).
 In the switched-off state the LCD TV can be stored from -20° C to +60° C.
 Keep the device at a distance of at least one metre from high frequencies and
magnetic sources of interference (television, loudspeaker boxes, mobile
telephones etc.) to avoid malfunctioning.
 After transporting the LCD TV wait until the device has reached ambient
temperature before switching it on.
 Large changes in temperature or fluctuations in humidity can cause moisture to
build up due to condensation within the LCD TV, which can cause an electrical
short circuit.
 During thunderstorms or if the device is not going to be used for long periods,
remove the plug from the mains socket and the aerial cable from the aerial socket.
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Power Supply
Please note
Even when the mains switch is off some components of the device
are live. In order to disconnect the power to your LCD TV or to
completely isolate the device from voltage sources remove the mains
plug from the mains socket.
 Only plug the LCD TV into an earthed socket with 100-240 V~ 50/60 Hz. Contact
you electricity provider if you are not sure if the socket is earthed or not.
 The socket must be near the LCD TV and easily accessible.
 In order to disconnect the power to your LCD TV or to completely isolate the
device from voltage sources remove the mains plug from the mains socket.
Always grab the plug firmly when unplugging it from the socket. Never pull on
the lead.
 For extra safety, we recommend using an over-voltage protection device to
prevent your LCD TV sustaining damage as a result of power surges or lightning
strikes.
 If you are using an extension cable, make sure that it complies with VDE
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requirements. If in doubt, contact your electrician.
 Position the cable so that nobody is able to step on it or trip over it.
 Do not place any objects on the cable to avoid damaging it.
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Battery Handling
Batteries can contain combustible materials. If not handled correctly batteries can
leak, become very hot, ignite or even explode, which could damage your device
or/and your health.
Please ensure compliance with the following advice:
 Keep batteries away from children. Contact your doctor immediately if a battery is
swallowed.
 Never charge batteries (unless it is clearly indicated).
 Never discharge batteries by high power output.
 Never short-circuit the batteries.
 Never expose the batteries to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or similar.
 Do take apart or deform the batteries. Your hands or fingers could get injured or
battery fluids could get into your eyes or onto your skin. If this should happen
then rinse the affected areas immediately with a large amount of clean water and
contact your doctor immediately.
 Avoid heavy impacts and vibrations.
 Always observe the correct polarity.
 Make sure that the plus (+) and minus (-) poles are correctly inserted in order to
avoid short circuits.
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 Never mix new and old batteries or different types of batteries. This could cause
your device to malfunction. In addition, the weaker batteries would discharge too
much.
 Immediately remove used batteries from the device.
 Remove the batteries from the device if you do not intend to use it for a long
period of time.
 Replace all the old batteries in a device with new batteries of the same type.
 Isolate the contacts of the batteries with sticky tape if you want to store or dispose
of them.
 Clean the contacts on the battery and device before inserting.
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Information about Conformity
The device fulfils electromagnetic compatibility and electricity safety requirements.
Your device complies with the basic requirements and the relevant Australian EMC
guidelines [electromagnetic compatibility] and the Australian electrical safety
guidelines.
This device fulfils the basic requirements and the relevant regulation of the Ecodesign
Guideline 2009/125/EG (Commission Regulation 1275/2008).
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Start of Operation
Note
Before starting up please make sure that you read the "Safety instructions"
section on page 11.
Unpacking
 Select a suitable place for setting up the appliance.
 Open the box very carefully to avoid damaging the appliance. The device could
be damaged if you use a knife with a long blade to open the box.
 The box contains a number of small items (including batteries). Keep these items
out of reach of children; the parts are easy to swallow.
 Store the packaging material in a safe place; only use this box to transport the TV.
CAUTION!
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Do not let children play with the plastic film. There is a risk of
suffocation!
Installation
Attach the base stand as shown in the drawing. Carry out this step before connecting
the LED LCD TV.
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Inserting the batteries in the remote control


Open the battery compartment cover on the back of the remote control.

Replace the cover.
Insert two (AAA) 1.5-V batteries in the battery compartment of the remote
control. Check the battery polarity (inscribed on the bottom of the battery
compartment).
Note
Remove the batteries if the device will not be used for long periods. The
remote control can be damaged by leaking batteries.
Connect TV aerial

To connect to the house antenna or cable system, connect a double-screened
cable from the antenna socket to the LCD TV.
DVB-T mode
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You will have the possibility of receiving DVB-T by means of a corresponding aerial, if
it is offered at your location. An additional receiver will not be necessary to receive
DVB-T channels.
Connecting a DVB-T aerial

Plug the connector of a DVB-T aerial into the aerial socket of the device.
Connecting power supply

Connect the power cable supplied with the device to the 220-240V ~ 50 Hz
connection on the back of the unit and insert the plug into a 220-240 V ~ 50 Hz
mains socket near the device.
Switching the LCD TV on and off

Switch the power button to “I” to active the power supply. The device switches
to standby mode and the display on the front will light up red.

To switch on the unit either press the button
on the remote control or the
POWER button on the right-hand side of the unit. The display on the front will
light up green.
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
Press the button
on the remote control or the POWER button on the righthand side of the unit to switch the device over to standby mode again. The unit
continues to consume power in this mode.

Press the mains switch at the back of the unit to switch it off completely.
After switching on the unit for the first time
You will be guided through the First Time Installation menu after you switch the
device on for the first time.
You can always access the first-time installation screen again via Functions > First Time
Installation and go through the settings again. See also page 42.
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Select a language with the directional buttons and press OK.
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
Select the country required with the directional buttons. The country setting will
have an influence on the sequence in which the channels are stored. Press.
Searching occurs in the order of the various program types. Wait for it to finish. You
can use the MENU button to cancel the search prematurely.
Note
Consider a DVB-T aerial if you are searching for digital channels.
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Channel selection
 To select a channel, either press the buttons P+/– (on the device or on the remote
control) or select the channel directly by pressing the appropriate numbers.
To enter a two or three-digit number press the -/-- button twice or three times and
then enter the two- or three-digit channel number.
 Press the
button to select the last channel played.
Setting the volume

You can increase or decrease the volume by pressing the volume buttons
on the remote control or on the device.

Use the

Use the AUDIO button to select mono or stereo playback, sound I and sound II.
Sound I and sound II can only be heard when the current TV channel supports
dual mode (e.g. for bilingual programs).
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Use the SMODE button to switch between the following sound modes:
Standard, Music, Movie, Sports, Personal. The Personal setting is defined under
the menu option SOUND > Sound Mode.
button to switch the volume fully off and on again.
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Picture Setting

Use the P.MODE button to switch between the following picture modes:
Standard, Dynamic, Mild, Personal. The Personal setting is defined under the
menu option PICTURE > Picture Mode.
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Depending on the program, the pictures are displayed in the formats 4:3 or
16:9. Use the ASPECT button to adjust the picture format:
Auto: The format displayed is automatically adjusted to match the input
signal.
4:3: For undistorted screen
display in 4:3 format.
16:9: A 16:9 picture (“letterbox“)
is zoomed to the full screen size.
Zoom1: For undistorted screen
display in 14:9 format.
Zoom2: A picture in 14:9 format
(“letterbox“) is stretched at the
top and bottom margins of the
screen.
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You can also change these settings in SETUP > Aspect Ratio.
Note:
Please note that not all picture formats will be available depending on the
image source setting.
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Displaying Information

Press the INFO button to display the following current settings:
– Channel position
– Color System
– Sound System

You can get the same information when you switch over to a different channel.
Favourites List
You can enter a list of your favourite channels under the menu options CHANNEL >
Program Edit (see page 39).

Press FAV to display your list of favourite channels.

Use the direction buttons  or the buttons FAV - / FAV + to select a channel.
Input Source Selection

Use INPUT to call up the source selection list. The following sources are
available:
ATV
TV mode (analogue signal)
DTV
TV mode (digital signal)
Media
Playback of media via USB
AV 1
Device on AV input
PC
Device on PC input
Component
Device on the video and audio input components
DVD
Inbuilt DVD Player
SCART/AV2
Device on SCART input
HDMI1
Device on HDMI 1 input
HDMI2
Device on HDMI 2 input
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Use the direction arrows  to go to the desired source.

Confirm your selection with OK.
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DVD Mode
The inbuilt DVD player is managed via DVD Mode.
Switching between TV and DVD Mode

Use INPUT to open the source selection list.

Use the direction arrows to go to DVD.

Confirm your selection with OK.

To return to TV mode, repeat this process. But instead of DVD, now select the
option ATV or DTV, depending on the type of signal.
Inserting a DVD
Note
The integrated DVD player only supports media with a diameter of 12 cm. Do
not insert any media with a smaller or a larger diameter in the DVD slot, to
avoid damage.
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Note
The DVD must be aligned with the printed side towards the back (back of the
LED LCD TV).
Note
The LED LCD TV must be set to the DVD Mode, so that you can insert a DVD
into the DVD slot.
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Place the DVD into the DVD slot with the printed side towards the back. The
DVD will be recognised and drawn in automatically if the LED LCD TV is set to
the DVD Mode. Loading followed by Reading appears on the screen. The replay
will normally be started automatically.
Note
It can be necessary to start replay manually in some cases. Press the
to do this.
button
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Button function
Special display message
If you select a function which is not available on the disc you have
inserted or cannot be accessed in the current mode, the ‘not valid’
symbol shown here will appear on the screen. The symbol disappears
after a few seconds.
 Playback

Press the button to start or pause playback. Press the
continue playback.
button again to
 (Stop)

Press  once to stop playback. In this mode, you can continue on from the
same point by pressing .

Press  again to stop the DVD completely. The device is now in stop mode.
/ (Skip)
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During playback, press the  or  key to skip backwards or forwards (for DVDs:
from chapter to chapter; for CDs: from track to track).
Note
Please note: on many DVDs, it is not possible to skip the track/chapter before
the actual film starts (see licence notes).
/ (Forward)

During playback, press the  or  button to start fast forward or rewind. The
speed increases if you press the button repeatedly: 2x > 4x > 8x > 16x > 32x. If
you press the button again or press , you return to the normal playback
speed.
GOTO (direct search)
You can use the GOTO button to jump straight to a chapter, track or time. You
change the selection each time you press the button. Playback starts at the selected
spot.
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You can also enter a track directly via the number keys, without first pressing
GOTO. Playback starts right at the place selected.
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DVD

Press GOTO once: enter the desired chapter within the title.

Press GOTO twice: enter the desired time within the title in the format H:MM:SS.
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Press GOTO three times: enter the desired time within the chapter in the format
H:MM:SS.
Audio CD/VCD

Press GOTO once: Disc Go To – enter the desired time on the CD in the format
H:MM:SS.
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Press GOTO twice: Track Go To – enter the desired time within a track in the
format H:MM:SS.
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Press GOTO three times: Select Track – enter the number of the desired track.

You may also enter the track number directly, without using the GOTO button.
MP3/WMA

Press GOTO once: Enter the desired title (three digits – put “0” or “00” in front,
if required).

You may also enter the track number directly, without using the GOTO button.

Press GOTO twice: enter the desired time within the track in the format MM:SS.
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
Press GOTO once: enter a desired track.

Press GOTO twice: enter the desired time within the track.
D.DISP (time display)
Press D.DISP repeatedly during playback to display first the elapsed time and then the
remaining time. You will see a corresponding screen message each time you press the
button:
DVD:
Playback time: Track > Elapsed: Track > Playback time: Chapter >
Time remaining: Chapter -> Display off
CD/VCD/Xvid:
Time remaining: current track > Playback time: current track >
Playback time: total > Time remaining: total
MP3/WMA:
shows playback status and volume level.
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REPEAT
Press the yellow button [REPEAT] during playback. The repeat symbol appears on
the screen and, each time the button is pressed, so does the section to be repeated
(the entry disappears after a few seconds):
DVD:
Chapter > Title > ALL
Audio-CD:
Title > ALL
MP3/WMA/VCD: Playback: 1 Title > Repeat Title > Repeat Folder > Playback:
1 Folder
PROGRAM (playback sequence)
The programming function allows you to play up to 20 chapters (DVD) or tracks
(audio) in any order you specify.
Programming is not possible with MP3 media.
How to program the sequence:
 Press the red PROGRAM button. A table with spaces for programs appears on the
screen. The number of tracks is shown at the top of the table.
 Use the remote control buttons to enter the number of the desired track (TT) for
program space 01. Please place a 0 in front of single-digit numbers.
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 For DVDs, now also enter the desired chapter (CH).
The cursor jumps to program position 02.
Enter the remaining program spaces in the same way.
Start list
 As soon as the first program space has been entered, the word START appears at
the lower edge of the menu.
 Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to “Start” and press OK. The programmed
list starts to play. You can reopen the list by pressing the red PROGRAM button.
 During playback, press the STOP  button twice to delete the list.
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LANG (Audio Setting (Language))
 Press LANG repeatedly to select another audio setting on the DVD (e.g. twochannel audio or 5.1 channel surround sound) or the required spoken
language. The change is made immediately and does not need to be confirmed.
Note
Please note that this function is not available on all DVDs.
Open DVD menu
Using the TITLE and D.MENU buttons, you can open the menus stored on the DVD.
The D.MENU button usually opens the main menu and the TITLE button the track
menu. You navigate to the items in the DVD menu using the arrow keys. Confirm
each selection with OK.
Note
Please note – it will depend on the DVD as to which requests open which
menus.
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Navigating on MP3 and JPEG data media
The music tracks on MP3 and JPEG data media may be organised into folders just like
on other data storage media.
 Insert an MP3 or JPEG CD into the player. A menu appears on the screen, showing
the top-level folder structure.
If the data media contains folders, they are listed here.
An MP3 file is displayed by an MP3 symbol.
The surface of the active folder or file is shaded orange. The total number of the
files in the folder appears in the top row.
 Use one of the arrow keys   to enter the folder and confirm with OK.
Other subfolders may open if present. If they do, you can go back to the higherlevel menu, using the left arrow key  or via the top menu item.
 To listen to a particular track or view a particular picture, select it and confirm
with  (PLAY) or OK.
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JPEG Images
With JPEG images you will see a preview of the image on the right-hand side of the
menu.
 Select an image and confirm with OK to view a large image. All images within the
active folder can be displayed in succession (slide show).
 You rotate the picture by holding down the arrow keys  .
Please note that it might not be possible to display very large pictures.
SETUP menu in DVD mode

While the DVD is running, press the DVD SETUP button. The SETUP menu’s
main page appears on the screen. The following menus are enabled in DVD
mode:
General Setup
Audio Setup
Digital Setup
Preferences Page
Navigating in the menus
 Choose between the menus using  . The enabled menu is shaded orange. Use
  to select menu items and the items you choose appear on the right side.
The active setting is highlighted in brown.
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 To change a setting, use  to go to the right side and use   to choose another
item. Press OK to confirm.
 Press  to return to the upper menu selection.
 Press DVD SETUP at any point to quit the SETUP menu.
 You cannot open the SETUP menu during playback. If necessary, stop playback by
pressing  (STOP) twice.
Menu: General Setup
TV format
Here you set the unit’s display format to match that of the television.
4:3 PS
Selection for televisions with a 4:3 format. The Pan Scan format
displays 16:9 film formats at full height; side sections of the image
are cut off.
4:3 LB
Selection for televisions with a 4:3 format. The letterbox format
reduces the 16:9 film format to the size of the screen.
16:9
Selection for televisions with 16:9 format.
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OSD Language
This sets the OSD (On-Screen-Display) language, i.e. the language for the DVD player
menus. When selecting a language the menu changes immediately.
Last Memory
The DVD player will remember the position at which you stopped the most recently
inserted DVD, with this function. The replay will begin at the most recent position, if
the same DVD is reinserted in the device. The last position on the DVD will even be
retained if you switch off the device.
Menu: Audio Setup
To set the sound mode, select the Soundmode Setup menu item.
Downmix
If you use the analogue output, you can make adjustments in this menu.
Surround
Choose this setting if you wish to play surround sound.
Stereo
This option produces stereo sound.
Choose this setting if the sound is played through two speakers
only.
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Menu: Digital Setup
Dual Mono
Choose between four different audio outputs.
Dynamic
The Dolby Digital sound format supports a dynamic setting, which you can use to set
the volume difference between quiet and loud passages with a scale of Off to Full in
nine steps.
Off
The sound is reproduced without changes, i. e. loud passages and
bass sounds are loud and quiet passages are quiet (cinema sound).
This setting is only appropriate if nobody will be disturbed.
Full
The volume difference is minimised, i. e. loud passages are quieter
and quiet passages are louder. This setting is appropriate, for
example, at night.
 To change the setting use  to access the scale on the right hand side and then
use  or  to selected the desired value. Confirm with OK.
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Menu: Preferences Page
TV Type
Select the colour standard for the image replay here:
PAL
The usual colour format in many European countries.
AUTO
Automatic setting to the correct colour format.
NTSC
The usual colour format in North America.
Audio
The DVD’s default language track is preset here, provided the DVD has multiple
language tracks.
Subtitle
Here you can set the default language for the subtitles stored on the DVD, provided it
contains subtitles.
Disc Menu Lang.
Here you can choose the language for the menus stored on the DVD, provided
multiple languages are available on the disc.
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Parental
You can set the authorisation level for DVDs (parental control) here.
Some DVDs and CDs are encoded with encryption signals in line with the
authorisation classes established by the Motion Picture Association. The eight
authorisation classes are:
1 Kid
suitable for small children;
2G
for all age groups;
3 PG
recommended from age six, under parental guidance;
4 PG-13
recommended from age 12;
5 PG-R
for young people
under-17s parental guidance recommended;
6R
Not suitable for young people under 16;
7 NC-17
Not suitable for young people under 18;
8 Adult
For adults only
For example, if you have inserted a DVD that is coded with authorisation class 7 (from
age 18) or 8 (Adult) and you have selected authorisation classes 1 to 6, a message
appears and the viewer must enter a password. Parts of a DVD – certain scenes, for
example – may also be encoded with an authorisation class or a range of
authorisation classes.
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Password
With this option a password can be entered so as to restrict access to the player by
others.
 Confirm the entry Change with OK.
Old Password
Enter the existing password with the number keys on the remote
control. It comprises exactly four digits. If no password has been
entered, the default password is valid 0000.
The next entry field becomes active when you enter the correct
password.
New Password
Enter a four-digit password using the number keys on the remote
control. The bar moves to the next field.
Confirm PWD
Enter the four-digit number again.
 Press OK to confirm the new password.
If you forget the new password, enter the master password 7948.
Default
 Confirm Reset twice with OK, to reset the unit to the factory settings.
Note
Please note that a changed password is not reset.
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Operation through the Remote Control
The following functions of the DVD player are available to you through the remote:
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Media Mode
The LED LCD TV comes with 1 USB port (rear) that can be accessed via Media mode.
Media Mode and USB Connectivity

Plug in your external USB device (USB stick, external hard disk drive) into the
USB port of the TV. Drive numbers (C:\, D:\, E:\ etc) will be allocated depending
on the partitions of the USB device (e.g. an external hard disk drive might have
several partitions). For the definition of how drive numbers are assigned, please
see “Drive Assignment Definition” below. (Please note that external USB
memory devices of a capacity of up to 1 TB are supported. However, not all
brands and drivers of external USB memory devices might be compatible with
this LED LCD TV)

You can select the drive for your recording session.

Please note that the external USB device needs to be formatted first before the
recording can be done. To do this, under DTV mode, in the OSD, go to SETUP
page then select “PVR File System”.

Select disk drive by pressing “OK”.

At the next screen you will have option to select USB device if there is more then
one and to select drive with directional pad on the remote control (C:\, D:\ etc)

Press “ok” to format.

You can select to format the USB device into FAT32 file system or High Speed FS
system by using directional pad on the remote control:
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
FAT32 is suitable for USB thumb drive (USB memory sticks) that will format the
entire USB drive completely. (Attention: All data currently on the USB memory
stick will be lost. Please save your data on your external USB memory stick
prior to using it as a recording device)

High Speed FS is suitable for external USB hard disk drives that will allow
choosing how large a new partition allocated for recording will be.

While recording, on your external USB device a new folder will be created
labelled “MSTPVR”.
The OSD will show the file format and size selected, how many minutes of the
TV program can be recorded in either SD quality or HD quality from the source
media.

After selecting the system type and size, press OK again will start the formatting.

After the USB device has been formatted, it can be used for recording under DTV
mode.

The default recording drives will always be C:\, unless different drive is selected
using method from 2-7. (Please also refer to the part “PVR Function and Drive
Assignment” of this manual).
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The recording function can be achieved in 2 ways:

Press the record button (PVR = Red Colour Button) directly while watching
DTV programs.

Through EPG scheduling function.
Recording via record button (PVR or red
button)
While watching DTV programs, press the PVR button (red button) on the remote
control.
A symbol for recording will be shown in the upper left-hand corner of your screen.
Make sure that the allocated capacity for the recording is sufficient to complete the
recording of the program you want to save. (The capacity is determined by how large
the formatted PVR file folder is allocated, or how large the USB thumb drive can
support.)
Recording via EPG Scheduling

In DTV mode, press EPG button to call out the EPG interface.

Select the program that you wish to record via the date and time inside the EPG,
and then press the Red button (record).

The interface will show the start time and end time of the recording.

Select the recording mode. The options are:
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AUTO Mode: The time will be fixed according to the selected program. Only
the selected program will be recorded from start time to end time.
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ONCE Mode: Allows setting the timer. Date and time of the recording can be
set manually. The recording will be done only once.

EVERY DAY Mode: Allow setting the timer yourself. Date and time of the
recording can be set manually. The recording will be repeated every day
accordingly during the set time frame.

WEEKLY Mode: Allow setting the time. Date and time of the recording can be
set manually. The recording will be repeated once every week on the day and
time that has been set manually.

Press OK after the setting to save the scheduling time

Please note that recording schedule via the EPG interface will only work when
the TV is not switched off (has to be on or in standby mode).

The recording schedule will continue to work in the background in Standby
mode.

The TV will switch from Standby mode to operational mode (ON) to start the
programmed EPG scheduled recording session.

After the recording has been completed the TV will stay in operational mode
(ON).
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If you want the TV to switch back to Standby mode after the recording has been
completed (switching back from ON to Standby) please use the “Auto Standby”
function in the TIME OSD menu to set the “Auto Standby” time (starting from 3
hours).

Using the “Auto Standby” function will ensure that the TV will switch back from
operational mode (ON) to Standby mode according to the set time.

Please ensure that the time set via the “Auto Standby” timer is longer than the
time set for the recording session to allow that your program has been fully
recorded.

The scheduled recording can be checked via the EPG interface any time. For this,
please press the Yellow button (schedule button) on the remote control.
Time Shift function

During any recording, you can press the “Play” button to start watching the
program that is being recorded. The recording itself will continue in the
background while you can watch the recorded program from the start.

While watching/playing the recording program this way, you can use all the
media functions (fast forward, fast backward and pause etc) for the playback.

Press the STOP button to stop the watching session and return to the recording
interface.
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Switching between TV Mode and Media Mode

Use AV/INPUT to call up the source selection list.

Use the direction buttons to go to Media.

Confirm your selection by pressing OK.

Repeat this process to return to TV mode but, instead of selecting Media, choose
the option ATV or DTV, depending on the type of signal.
Media Menu System
As soon as you have connected an external USB device to the TV and have switched
the source to Media, you can choose between the following four media to be played
back:
 PHOTO -
To play back photo files
 MUSIC -
To play back music files
 MOVIE -
To play back movie files
 TEXT
To display texts (*.txt)
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Depending on the selected option you will have various available functions. These
will be shown in the lower part of the screen.
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Basic OSD Menu Settings
You can customise certain functions of the OSD (On-Screen Display) menu.
Navigating within the Menu

Press the MENU button to activate the OSD.
The available options are displayed on the lower edge of the screen.

You can use the direction keys  to select the options from the main menu.

Use  to switch over to the menu entries.

You can use the direction keys  to select the options from any of the menus.
Press MENU to return to the main menu.

Use the direction button  to access a sub-menu (not every menu has a submenu option).
Press MENU to return to the next-higher menu.

Use the direction buttons  to enter a desired value or make another
selection.

Press MENU to close the menu and also confirm your selection.
Please remember that the menu will close automatically after a couple of seconds if
you don't press a button.
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You can select the following main menus:
 Menu CHANNEL
 Menu PICTURE
 Menu SOUND
 Menu TIME
 Menu LOCK
 Menu SETUP
Note
Technical changes to the device means the menus described here may differ
from the menus actually displayed on the screen.
Not all menus will be available, depending on the source you have selected.
Switch to a different source to access all available menus.
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Menu System
CHANNEL Menu
Menu item
Setting
Auto Tuning
Perform the search here.
DVB-T Manual
Tuning
You can program individual channels in DTV mode manually
here.
ATV Manual
Tuning
You can program individual channels in ATV mode manually
here.
Program Edit
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Current CH
Use this to select the channel you would like to
address.
Colour
System
PAL, SECAM, Auto. For Australia, the colour
system is set to PAL.
Sound
System
BG, DK, L, I. For Australia, the sound system is
set to BG.
Fine-Tune
Press  to carry out the fine adjustment.
AFC
Set the automatic fine adjustment to On if this is
your continuous choice.
Search
Start the channel search with 
You will see the currently saved channel here. Each channel can
be customised as follows:
Delete
Select the program you would like to delete and press the red
button on the remote control called [PROGRAM].
Press the Yes  key if you are sure that you wish to reset the
transmitter. Press the No key if you wish to stop the process.
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Rename
Select the transmitter that you wish to rename and press the
green [INTRO] key.
Now, you will be able to change the first letter; you will be able
to scroll up and down through the letters with the 
direction keys.
Move to the next drive letter with  direction key, etc.
Press the green [INTRO] key again at the end to save the name.
Move
Select the program and press the yellow button [REPEAT]. Move
the channel with  to the desired position and press the
yellow button [REPEAT] again. The other channels will be
rearranged accordingly.
Skip
Select the channel you would like to skip while scrolling through
the channels using the buttons CH+/- and then press the blue
button [A-B].
You can still select this channel by using the number buttons.
Fav
To save a station to a favourites list, highlight it and press the
button FAV. Call up the favourites list by using the remote
control buttons.
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Signal
Information
The signal information of the set station is displayed here.
This option is only available in the DTV mode.
Tuning the Video Recorder (VCR) Manually
You can use ATV Manual Tuning, for example, to tune a video recorder (VCR) to the
LED LCD TV.
Connect the TV and the video reorder via the antenna cable and set the video
recorder to the test signal.
Perform a manual channel search with the LED LCD TV.
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PICTURE Menu
Menu Item
Setting
Picture Mode
Select picture mode: Standard, Soft, Personal, Dynamic. This
function corresponds to the P.MODE button.
The Personal setting lets you set the Contrast, Brightness,
Colour, Tint and Sharpness yourself. The other parameters are
defined.
Contrast
Increase or decrease contrast (on a scale of 0 – 100).
Brightness
Increase or decrease brightness (on a scale of 0 – 100).
Colour
Increase or decrease colour (on a scale of 0 – 100).
Tint
Hue settings only available for NTSC reception.
Sharpness
Increase or decrease sharpness (on a scale of 0 – 10).
Colour Temp
Select colour temperature: Cold, Normal and Warm.
Noise Reduction
This function reduces picture noise and improves image quality
when the signal is weak. Choose between Off, Low, Middle,
High and Default.
Dynamic CR
Switch the dynamic contrast on or off.
HDMI Mode
Precise representation in pixels (1:1 setting) or enlarged
representation according to the connected HDMI source
(OverScan setting).
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SOUND Menu
Menu Item
Setting
Sound Mode
Select audio mode: Standard, Music, Movie, Sports, Personal. This
function corresponds to the S.MODE button.
The Personal setting lets you set the Treble, Bass and Balance
yourself. The other parameters are defined.
Treble
Increase or decrease treble (on a scale of 0 – 100).
Bass
Increase or decrease bass (on a scale of 0 – 100).
Balance
Set the balance between the left and right speakers.
Auto Volume
The function AVL (Automatic Volume Limiting) compensates for
the various volumes of the different channels. If you set to Off, you
will hear the original volumes. If you set to On, you will hear a
balanced volume.
AD Switch
Activate narrator mode. Available only in DTV mode. Support
depends on the network provider.
EQ
Set the equaliser and optimise the sound to your individual taste.
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TIME Menu
Menu Item
Setting
Clock
Time display. No setting possible.
Time Zone
This lets you set the time zone.
This option is only available in DTV mode.
Sleep Timer
Select a time after which the device should switch itself off
automatically.
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Select Off to end the function.
Auto Standby
Set the time by which the LED LCD TV will switch itself off
automatically here.
OSD Timer
Set the time after which the OSD menu will close automatically.
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LOCK Menu
Menu Item
Setting
Lock System
This is used to unlock the settings Block Program, Parental
Guidance and Key Lock. To do so, enter the password. Delivery
state: 0000.
Set Password
An input field for entering the passwords will appear.
Please enter
old password
Use the number buttons to enter the existing
password. Delivery state: 0000.
Please enter
new password
Enter a new four-digit password.
Confirm new
password
Enter the new password again. The appropriate
message will appear.
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Information
Note the new password. It will not be set back at the
recreation of the factory settings.
Use 7948, the master password, if you have forgotten your
password.
Block
Program
Specify here which stations should be blocked.
Parental
Guidance
Here you can select the age.
Key Lock
This is used to switch the button lock on and off for the controls on
the LED LCD TV. The LED LCD TV can then only be operated by
using the remote control.
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SETUP Menu
Menu Item
Setting
OSD Language
Select the language of the OSD menu or of the TT language.
It will change immediately.
TT Language
This setting is to select the language of the teletext reception
function of the TV. Teletext/Austext service has been
discontinued in Australia, therefore this setting has no effect.
Hearing Impaired
If the station transmits special audio signals for the hearing
impaired, you can set the setting to On to receive these
signals.
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This option is only available in DTV mode.
PVR File System
You will be able to record on a USB storage medium through
the USB connection with your LED LCD TV. The USB storage
medium will have to be formatted before you can start the
recording. Carry out the formatting by means of this Menu
point.
You will start the recording directly by means of the red
[PROGRAM] button or through the EPG Menu.
Aspect Ratio
Set the picture format here.
This function corresponds to the button ASPECT.
Blue Screen
If the LED LCD TV is not receiving a signal, the screen will
turn blue instead of displaying the “snow” or a black
background.
First Time
Installation
Here you can access the menu for the initial installation.
Reset
Restore the factory settings here. This allows you to reset the
device or the memory.
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EPG - PROGRAM GUIDE
Open the Electronic Program Guide with the EPG button. This function will only be
available to you in the DTV Mode.
You will see the current and the next station in the Table.

Select a program with .

Go to the program guide of the program selected with

Scroll through the stations with  .
Pay attention to the fact that:
The program information displayed is created by the transmitting
organisations. It will not be an error in your LED LCD TV if no program
information is shown.
The following Table shows the options for the PROGRAM GUIDE:
Button
Entry
Function
Red Button
[PROGRAM]
Record
Set the start and end of the recording on the external
storage medium here.
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You will be able to make the following settings under
Mode:
Auto = The time will be entered automatically,
according to the program selected
Once = Manual entry of the recording. The recording
will only be made once at the pre-set time.
Every Day = Manual entry of the recording. The
recording will be started daily at the pre-set time.
Weekly = Manual entry of the recording. The recording
will be started weekly at the pre-set time.
Only press the button once to leave the Recording
Menu.
Green Button
[INTRO]
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Display
Shows a detailed description of the marked program (if
available). Press the button again to fade out the
description.
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Yellow
Button
[REPEAT]
Schedule
Shows the list of the programs that have been
programmed by the Memory function. See the next
point for the programming of a memory.
You can delete a program from the timetable with the
red [PROGRAM] button.
Blue button
[A-B]
Remind
Puts the selected program into the timetable. The
device will switch to the program set automatically as
soon as the time programmed is reached. .
It will not be possible to store the current program in
the memory.

Move View
Move within the Program Guide with the direction
buttons.

Next Day
The program of the next day will be called up.

Previous
Day
The program of the previous day will be called up.
This is only possible on the current day. The past
program will not be shown.
OK
OK
Confirm your selection or the setting.
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Connecting External Devices
Connecting Headphones
The headphones are connected via headphone socket.
Caution!
Using headphones at high volume generates excessive acoustic pressure and
can result in permanent hearing damage. Before pressing play, set the volume
to the lowest setting. Start playback and increase the volume to a comfortable
level. Changes to the basic equaliser settings can increase the volume and thus
damage your hearing permanently.
Using headphones to listen to a device at high volumes for an
extended period can damage your hearing.
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Connecting an External DVD Player
There are a number of options for connecting a DVD player.
1. With a SCART Adapter
If the external DVD Player is equipped with SCART connection, then connect the DVD
Player directly to the SCART connector at the back of the TV.
2. Stereo RCA Cable and a Video RCA Cable
If connecting RCA AV (yellow, red and white connectors) output from the DVD Player,
then follow this procedure:
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Connect video RCA cable (yellow jack) to the video input of the SCART adapter.
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Connect stereo chinch cables (red and white jacks) to the audio input of the
SCART adapter.
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Plug in SCART adapter to the SCART connector at the back of the TV.
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3. Component Video Cable (3 x RCA)

If the DVD player has component outputs, we recommend connecting the
player to the Component inputs on the LED LCD TV using a component cable
(RCA cable green/blue/red).
Important!
Use the component adapter supplied with the device exclusively.

Connect a stereo RCA cable (red and white jacks) to the AUDIO L – R inputs to
transmit audio.
4. HDMI Cable

If your device has a HDMI output, connect a HDMI cable (not supplied) to the
HDMI input of the LED LCD TV and to the HDMI output of the external device.
Connecting a Camcorder
With a Stereo RCA Cable and a Video RCA Cable
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To play back images and sound on your LED LCD TV connect the camcorder to
the AUDIO-IN sockets and VIDEO-IN sockets on the LED LCD TV.
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Device with HDMI or DVI Output
HDMI ("High Definition Multimedia Interface") in consumer electronics is the only
interface that transmits audio and video data simultaneously. It handles all image and
sound formats currently in use, including HDTV (High Definition TV), which means it
can also display resolutions of 1080i without any loss in quality.
Many consumer electronic devices, e.g. DVD players, are now equipped with HDMI
outputs.
Connecting an External Device with HDMI Output

Switch both devices off.
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Connect a HDMI cable (monitor cable; not supplied) to the HDMI input of the
LED LCD TV and to the HDMI output of the external device.

Switch the LED LCD TV on when the HDMI device is connected.

Switch on the external HDMI playback device.
Connecting an External Device with DVI Output
If the external device has a DVI output then you can also connect it to the HDMI input
(HDMI is downwards compatible to DVI – “Digital Visual Interface”). For this you will
need a HDMI-DVI adapter. The DVI output does not transmit sound so you will have
to connect an audio cable in addition.
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Connect a stereo RCA cable with 3.5-mm jacks to the VGA AUDIO-IN socket to
transmit sound.
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Connecting a PC or Notebook
The LED LCD TV is connected to your PC or Notebook like a monitor or additional
monitor. The picture on your notebook or PC is then transmitted to the LED LCD TV.
Connect the LED LCD TV to the PC as follows:

Switch both devices off.
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Connect a VGA cable (monitor cable; not supplied) to the VGA input of the LED
LCD TV and to the graphic card output of the PC or Notebook.

Tighten up the screws of the monitor cable with your fingers, so that the plug is
correctly seated in the socket.
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If you want to transmit a sound signal, connect an audio cable from the PC
AUDIO-IN socket and PC/notebook Audio output
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First switch on the LED LCD TV.
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Then switch on the PC/notebook.
If you use the LED LCD TV as a second monitor for your PC you might have to change
the display properties of your operating system. To do this please read the operating
instructions of your PC/notebook to find out the operational requirements if more
than one monitor is used.
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Troubleshooting
Malfunctions can sometimes have quite trivial causes, but on other occasions they are
the result of defective components. We would like to give you a few options for
rectifying your problem. If these tips don’t do the trick, then we’ll be more than
pleased to help you out. Just give us a call! You’ll find the phone numbers on the
back inside cover, under the warranty conditions.
Fault
Solution
There is no picture
and no sound.
 Check if the power cable is inserted properly into the
socket and connected properly to the device.
 Check if the signal receiver is set to TV.
 Check to ensure the switch on the power cable is on.
There is no picture.
There is no AV
picture.
 Check to ensure the contrast and brightness settings are
correct.
 Check if all external devices have been connected
properly.
 Check to ensure you have selected the correct AV
source.
There is no sound.
 Ensure that the volume has not been set to the
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minimum level.
 Ensure the mute setting is not active.
There is no picture
and no sound. I can
hear noise, though.
 The reception might be poor. Check if the antenna is
The picture is not
clear.
 The reception might be poor.
The picture is too
bright or too dark.
 Check the settings for contrast and brightness.
The picture is not
sharp.
 The reception might be poor.
connected properly.
 Check if the antenna is connected properly.
 Check if the antenna is connected properly.
 Check the settings for sharpness and noise reduction in
the PICTURE menu.
There is a
double/triple picture.
 Check if the antenna is aligned properly.
The picture is
pixellated.
 There might be interference from cars, trains, power
 Waves might be reflected off buildings or mountains.
lines, neon lights, etc.
 There might be interference between the antenna and
power cables. Position the cables further apart.
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There are stripes on
the display or the
colours are faded.
 Is there interference from another device?
 Transmission antennae on radio stations, amateur
radios and portable phones can also cause interference.
 Operate the device as far as possible from the device
that might be causing the interference.
The buttons on the
device are not
working properly.
 The child lock might be on.
The remote control
does not work.
 Check if the batteries are fully charged and have been
inserted in the right direction.
 Ensure the sensor field is not exposed to strong light.
 Switch off the device at the power cable and then on
again.
 Check if the TV function is active by pressing the TV
button on the remote control.
Disc
The disk will not play,
although  (PLAY) is
being pressed, or
stops again at once.
 Has the disk been inserted with the written side to the
front?
 Check whether the disk is damaged by inserting another
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disk. Wipe the disk carefully from the centre to the edge
with a soft, dry cloth, if it is dirty.
 DVD: Does the DVD have the correct regional code (4)?
 Condensation has formed; give the device one to two
hours to dry out.
Do You Need More Help?
If the suggestions in the previous section did not rectify your problem please contact
us. The following information would help us:
 What is the MD Number?
 What external devices are connected?
 What messages appear on the screen?
 When operating the device, at which step did the problem occur?
 If you have a PC connected to the device:
– How is your computer configured?
– What software were you using when the problem occurred?
 What steps have you already taken to try and rectify the problem?
 Please provide your customer number if you have one.
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LCD TV pixel faults
Despite the most modern production
methods, the highly complex technology
involved in producing this type of device
means there may be individual or multiple
pixel drop-outs (dead pixels). This is rare,
however.
For active matrix TFTs with a resolution of
1366 x 768 pixels, which are each made up of
three sub-pixels (red, green, blue), there are a
total of approx. 3.2 Mio. control elements in
use. Occasionally one or more pixels can fail or
become incorrectly controlled because of this
very high number of transistors and the
associated extremely complex manufacturing processes used.
Accepted
number
Description
1
1 sub-pixel
Bright sub-pixel
Separation
Dark sub-pixel
Separation
Two adjacent
(horizontal/vertical)
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Minimum distance between bright and dark
sub-pixels
0
 5 mm
Single
8
2 adjacent
2
Minimum distance between bright and dark
sub-pixels
Total number of bright and dark sub-pixels
 5 mm
 10
The table describes the maximum number of pixel failures allowed on the screen,
without a warranty claim arising. A warranty claim can be made in some cases if the
above number of defects in a category is exceeded.
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Cleaning
You can increase the lifespan of your device as follows:
Caution!
Always unplug the unit and disconnect all cables before cleaning.
 To protect the TV from scratches, protective film has been applied to the highgloss finish. Remove the films after you have set up the TV set correctly.
 If the high-gloss finish becomes dirty, wipe off the dust first. Then wipe down
gently with a cleaning cloth. If you do not wipe off the dust first, or if you apply
too much pressure when wiping down the high-gloss finish, you could scratch the
high-gloss finish.
 Do not use solvents, corrosive or aerosol detergent to clean.
 Clean the screen with a soft, lint-free cloth.
 Ensure that no water droplets remain on the LED LCD TV. Water droplets may
result in permanent discolouration.
 Do not place the screen in strong sunlight or near ultraviolet light.
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 Store the packaging material in a safe place; only use this box to transport the LED
LCD TV.
Caution!
None of the parts inside the housing require cleaning or maintenance.
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Disposal
Packaging
Your device has been packaged to protect it from sustaining damage in
transit. The packaging is made of environmentally-friendly material which
can be recycled.
Device
At the end of its service life, the device should not be disposed of with the
household rubbish. Please enquire about the options for environmentallyfriendly disposal.
Batteries
Do not dispose of used batteries in the household rubbish! They should be
taken to a collection point for used batteries.
FCC Compliance Statement
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
 Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
 Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
 Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
 Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Shielded
interface cables, if any, must be used in order to comply with the emission limits.
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Technical Specifications
Description:
P13102 (MD 21097)
Nominal voltage:
220-240V ~ 50 Hz
Screen size:
47 cm (18.5") TFT; 16:9-Display
Power consumption:
max. 36 Watt
Power consumption on standby:
< 0.5 W
Physical resolution:
1366 x 768
TV system:
PAL, SECAM, B/G, D/K, K’, I/I, L/L’
Channels:
VHF (Band I/III)
UHF (BAND U)
HYPERBAND
KABEL-TV (S1-S20) / (S21-S41)
DVB-T (free to air)
Audio:
Stereo / Nicam
Program Storage Sorting:
199 (ATV) / 400 (DTV)
Antenna input:
75 Ohm
Connectivity:
Drives
1 x Antenna In (analogue/digital)
1 x USB In
1 x VGA In
1 x VGA Audio In
2 x HDMI In (with HDCP Decoding)
1 x Component In Adapter 3.5 mm (YPbPr/YUV)
1 x SCART-to-AV Adapter
1 x AV In
1 x RCA Audio In (AV/component shared audio)
1 x Headphones In
USB, Disc
Formats supported:
DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, CD-R, CD-RW
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Laser performance of the DVD player Laser Class 1
Pay attention to the
imprint, if you use audio CDs.
Please pay attention to the following:
There are many, partly non-standardized CD recording processes and copy
protection processes, and different CD-R and CD-RW blanks today. Input
errors or delays can arise in individual cases because of this. This is not a defect
in the device.
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Permissible ambient temperature
+5 °C - +35 °C
Permissible relative air moisture
20 % - 85 %
Dimensions (W x H x D, with stand):
Approx. 456 x 339 x 160 mm
Dimensions (W x H x D, without stand):Approx. 456 x 312 x 52 mm
Weight with Stand:
3.9 Kg
Weight without Stand:
3.7 Kg
Remote Control
Transmission type:
Infrared
LED classification:
1
Battery type:
2 x 1.5V AAA R03/LR03
Pleae note:
If, as a result of an unforeseeable combination of operating steps, faulty data
transfer or electrostatic discharge the LED LCD TV can no longer be operated,
always unplug the power cable from the mains and then reconnect and switch
on the device.
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47 cm (18.5") LED LCD TV
with inbuilt DVD Player and HD DVB-T Tuner
MEDION® LIFE® P13161 (MD 21097)
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MEDION Australia Pty Ltd
St. Leonards, NSW 2065
Australia
12/2011
Hotline: 1300 884 987
Opening hours: Mon - Fri 08:30AM to 06:00PM EST
30013430_BDA_LCD-TV_AUS.indd 1
Internet
www.medion.com.au
E-mail Support
[email protected]
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