Daewoo DSC-30W60N User manual

User Manual
DSC-30W60N
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Important safety instructions
• Read all safety and operating instructions before
operating the TV receiver.
• Retain the safety and operating instructions for future
reference.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates high voltage is present
inside. It is dangerous to make any kind of
contact with any internal part of this
product.
This symbol alerts you that important
literature concerning operation and
maintenance has been included with this
product.
Note to CATV system installer: This reminder is provided
to call CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40
of the National Electrical Code (Section 54 of Canadian
Electrical Code, Part I), that provides guidelines for
proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the
cable ground shall be connected to the grounding
system of the building as close to the point of cable
entry as practical.
Caution: FCC regulations state that any unauthorized
changes or modifications to this equipment may void the
user’s authority to operate it.
Caution: To prevent electric shock, match the wide
blade of plug to the wide slot, and fully insert the plug.
Important: One Federal Court has held that
unauthorized recording of copyrighted TV programs is
an infringement of U.S. copyright laws.
To prevent damage which may result in fire or electric shock
hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
Important safety information
Always be careful when using your TV receiver.To
reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and other
injuries, keep these safety precautions in mind when
installing, using, and maintaining your machine.
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• Heed all warnings on the TV receiver and in the
operating instructions.
• Follow all operating and use instructions.
• Unplug the TV receiver from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Use a damp cloth; do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners.
• Never add any attachments and/or equipment
without approval of the manufacturer. Such additions
may result in the risk of fire, electric shock, or other
personal injury.
• Do not use the TV receiver where contact with or
immersion in water is a possibility, such as near bath
tubs, sinks, washing machines, swimming pools, etc.
• Provide ventilation for the TV receiver.The unit is
designed with slots in the cabinet for ventilation to
protect it from overheating. Do not block these
openings with any object. Do not place it near a
radiator or heat register.
• Operate your TV receiver only from the type of
power source indicated on the marking label. If you
are not sure of the type of power supplied to your
home, consult your appliance dealer or local power
company.
• Use only a grounded or polarized outlet. For your
safety, this TV receiver is equipped with a polarized
alternating current line plug having one blade wider
than the other.This plug will fit into the power outlet
only one way. If you are unable to insert the plug
fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug
still doesn’t fit, contact your electrician to replace
your outlet.
• Protect the power cord. Power supply cords should
be routed so that they are unlikely to be walked on
or pinched by items placed on or against them. Pay
particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
unit.
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• Unplug the TV receiver from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna or cable system during a
lightning storm or when left unattended and unused
for long periods of time.This will prevent damage to
the unit due to lightning and power-line surges.
• Avoid overhead power lines.An outside antenna
system should not be placed in the vicinity of
overhead power lines or other electric light or power
circuits or where it can fall into such power lines or
circuits.When installing an outside antenna system,
be extremely careful to keep from touching the
power lines or circuits. Contact with such lines can
be fatal.
• Do not overload the wall outlet or extension cords.
Overloading can result in fire or electric shock.
• Do not insert foreign objects through openings in the
unit, as they may touch dangerous voltage points or
damage parts. Never spill liquid of any kind on the TV
receiver.
• Ground outdoor antennas. If an outside antenna or
cable system is connected to the TV receiver, be sure
the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to
provide some protection against voltage surges and
built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National
Electrical Code,ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984, provides
information with respect to proper grounding of the
mast and supporting structure, grounding of the leadin wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of
grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge
unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and
requirements for the grounding electrode.
EXAMPLE OF
ANTENNA GROUNDING
ANTENNA
LEAD IN WIRE
• Do not attempt to service the TV receiver yourself.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Unplug the unit from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
– when the power-supply cord or plug is damaged
– if liquid has been spilled on or objects have fallen
into the unit
– if the TV receiver has been exposed to rain or
water
– if the TV receiver does not operate normally by
following the operating instructions
– if the TV receiver has been dropped or the
cabinet has been damaged
– when the TV receiver exhibits a distinct change in
performance
If you make adjustments yourself, adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions.Adjusting other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work by a
qualified technician to restore the TV receiver to
normal.
• When replacement parts are required, be sure the
service technician uses replacement parts specified
by the manufacturer or those that have the same
characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized
substitutions may result in additional damage to the
unit.
• Upon completion of any service or repairs to this TV
receiver, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the TV receiver is in a safe
operating condition.
GROUND CLAMP
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING
CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
NEC — NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
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Contents
Introducing your new HDTV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Top panel controls and front panel lights . . . . .1
Side panel inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Rear panel inputs and outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Remote control overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Installing the batteries in the remote control . .6
Programming the remote control . . . . . . . . . . .6
Operating the remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Connecting your HDTV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Indoor/outdoor antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Indoor/outdoor antenna and cable TV . . . . . . . .8
VCR without a cable box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
VCR with a cable box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Digital Satellite System (DSS) or Laser Disc (LD) . .9
HD component and audio system . . . . . . . . . .10
DVD(480i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
DVD(480p) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Camcorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Setting up your HDTV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Using the on-screen menu system . . . . . . . . .12
Setting the time and date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Memorizing channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Adding/erasing channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Fine tuning channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Checking signal strength . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Selecting channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Selecting a source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Setting up HD Components Video . . . . . . . . . .20
Setting up speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Setting up digital audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Selecting surround sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Adjusting surround sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Using the Program Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Moving around the guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Selecting a current program . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Seeing the channel banner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Selecting major and minor channels . . . . . . . .27
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Using Audio Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Adjusting the volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Muting the volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Using the graphic equalizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Using the midnight mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Using Video Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Using the video controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Selecting the video mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Selecting a screen mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Using closed captions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Setting Locks and Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Changing the password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Setting rating limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Using Timers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Using the sleep timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Using the on/off timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Using the Menus without the Remote Control . . 38
Factory Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Using the Help System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Learning about the menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Learning about the remote control . . . . . . . . .39
Programming the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . 40
Component codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Introducing your new HDTV
This chapter will explain the various controls and inputs and outputs you will find on your Daewoo HDTV.
Top panel controls and front panel lights
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1
1
2
SELECT
MENU
3
4
5
6
On the top of the HDTV, you will find the following controls:
1. VOL (Volume) buttons
Use these buttons to change your HDTV's volume or to move the cursor in the menu screens.
2. CH (Channel) buttons
Use these buttons to change channels on your HDTV or to move the cursor in the menu screens.
3. SELECT button
Use this button to select items in the Program Guide and on the menu screens.
4. MENU button
Use this button to enter and exit the MAIN MENU. Each time you press MENU, the MAIN MENU will
appear and disappear from the screen.
5. TV/VIDEO button
Use this button to view the equipment you have connected to the HDTV. Each time you press the
TV/VIDEO button, the HDTV will cycle through:
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•
•
•
•
•
TV mode
HD comp (HD Component Video)
Video 1
Video 2
Video 3
Video 4
6. POWER button
Use this button to turn your HDTV on or off.
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TIMER
POWER
1 2 3
On the front panel of the HDTV, you will find:
1. Timer Indicator
Lights up red when you have set the HDTV's automatic timers.
2. Power Indicator
Lights up green when you have turned the HDTV on.
3. Remote Control Signal Sensor
Receives signals from the remote control.
Side panel inputs
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
S-VIDEO
2
On the right side panel of the HDTV you will find
the Video 4 inputs. These are provided
for connecting a camcorder or other video
equipment without reaching around to the
rear panel.
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Rear panel inputs and outputs
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SIGNAL SELECT
DIGITAL AUDIO
VIDEO 1
HD COMPONENT
OUTPUT
Hs
OPTICAL
/PCM
1
COAXIAL
/PCM
COAXIAL
/PCM
4
G
Y
Vs
B
PB
L
(mono)
R
PR
R
V
OPTICAL
/PCM
3
HD COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(1080 i/480P)
8
IN
S-VIDEO
SPEAKER OUTPUT
RS
8‰/5W
INPUT
L
CENTER
R
WOOFER RS
LS
WOOFER
8‰/8W
LS
8‰/5W
9
CABLE
HD COMPONENT
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO 1
V
VHF
UHF
7
OUT
L
(mono)
DO NOT OPEN
DTV
IN
R
(FOR SERVICE ONLY)
VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
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1. Digital Audio Inputs and Outputs
Use these inputs and outputs to connect digital audio systems and Digital Video Disc (DVD) players.
Your HDTV provides a choice of either coaxial or optical connections.
2. SIGNAL SELECT switch
If you connect high definition components, use this switch to select between RGB and Y/Pb/Pr.
Normally, leave this switch in the up (top) position.
3. High Definition (HD) Component Video Inputs
Use these video inputs to connect special HD components. (1080i or 480P)
4. VIDEO 1 Inputs
Use to connect video and audio to these inputs.
5. VIDEO 2 Inputs
Use to connect video and audio to these inputs.
6. VIDEO 3 Inputs
Use to connect video and audio to these inputs.
7. HD Component Audio Inputs
Use to connect audio outputs of AC3 audio equipment, such as a DVD, etc.
8. Antenna Inputs and Outputs
Use to connect antennas (indoor/outdoor/cable) and VCRs to your HDTV.
9. Speaker Outputs
Use to connect surround speakers and/or a subwoofer to your HDTV.
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Remote control overview
The remote control has the following functions:
1. POWER button
1
27
Press to turn the HDTV (and other equipment)
on and off.
26
2
3
25
4
5
24
6
2. MODE buttons
Press to select which equipment you wish your
remote control to operate:
• SAT (satellite)
• CATV (cable box)
• VCR
• TV
The Mode button you press will light up in red.
3. MENU button
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7
Press once to display the HDTV menus. Press
again to make the menus disappear.
4. SEL (Select) button
Press to select items on the HDTV menus.
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5. Arrow buttons
Press to navigate through the HDTV menus.
6. STAT (Channel Station) button
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10
21
20
13
19
15
18
17
9
11
12
14
16
Press to quickly select channels to watch on
your HDTV.
7. VOL (Volume) buttons
Press to raise and lower the volume on your HDTV.
8. Number buttons
Press to directly select channels or to enter the
numbers in the menus.
9. INFO (Information) button
Press to see the channel banner that provides
information while viewing your HDTV.
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10. V MODE (Video Mode) button
Press to select a video mode: Normal, Dynamic,
Cinema or Customer.
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11. SOUND button
Press to select a sound option: Mono, Stereo, or
Secondary Audio Programming (SAP).When
you tune to a digital channel, press to select
various languages.
12. SLEEP TIMER button
Press to select the time before the HDTV turns
off: 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, or 120
minutes.
13. CLOSED CAPTION button
Press to turn closed captions on and off.
14. FF (Fast Forward) button
Press to fast forward a videocassette.
15. PLAY button
Press to play a videocassette.
16. PAUSE button
Press to pause a VCR.
17. REC (Record) button
Press to record a videotape.
18. STOP button
23. CH (Channel) buttons
Press to select channels.
24. PREV (Previous) button
Press to back up one menu at a time in the
HDTV menus or to return to the previous
channel.
25. GUIDE button
Press this button to see the HDTV Program
Guide.
26. MUTE button
Press to mute the HDTV sound.
27. TV/VIDEO button
Press to view components you have connected
to the HDTV. Press this button repeatedly to
display:
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•
•
•
•
•
TV mode
HD comp (HD Component Video)
Video 1
Video 2
Video 3
Video 4
Press to stop a VCR.
19. REW (Rewind) button
Press to rewind a videocassette.
20. SCREEN MODE button
Press to select how to view your HDTV:
Normal, Full or Zoom.
21. ADD/ERASE button
Press to add and erase channels on your HDTV.
22. 100 button
Press to select cable channels over 100 on TV
or DSS broadcasts.
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Installing the batteries in the remote control
1. Remove the battery compartment lid from the back of the
remote control by pressing on the lid and sliding it off.
2. Insert two AAA batteries into the compartment. Match the +
and — on the batteries to the + and — in the compartment.
3. Replace the battery cover.
Programming the remote control
The HDTV remote control is pre-programmed to operate your Daewoo HDTV.You can also program the
HDTV remote control to operate other components, such as a cable TV box, a DSS, or a VCR.To program
the HDTV remote control, please see "Programming the Remote Control” on page 40.
Operating the remote control
Whenever you use the remote, you must first press the Mode
button on the remote control to select the equipment you wish to
control. For example, to control the HDTV, press the TV Mode
button.The button will light up red.
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Mode
buttons
Connecting your HDTV
CAUTION - Make sure your HDTV is unplugged before connecting equipment.
This chapter explains how to connect all of your equipment to the HDTV. Before you begin, Daewoo
suggests you make sure you have all of the cables and wires you will need.These may include:
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•
•
•
•
•
Speaker wire
Coaxial cable (for VCRs, DVDs, etc.)
RCA pin type audio/video cables
Super Video cables (for S-Video equipment)
Optical Digital cables (for special audio connections)
75 ohm adapter or combiner (for antennas)
Indoor/outdoor antenna
To connect an indoor/outdoor antenna follow the diagram below.You may need a 75-ohm adapter,
as shown.
SIGNAL SELECT
DIGITAL AUDIO
VIDEO 1
HD COMPONENT
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
/PCM
Hs
G
Y
Vs
B
PB
R
PR
COAXIAL
/PCM
L
(mono)
HD COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(1080 i/480P)
COAXIAL
/PCM
R
OPTICAL
/PCM
V
IN
S-VIDEO
HD COMPONENT
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO 1
V
VHF
UHF
SPEAKER OUTPUT
RS
8‰/5W
INPUT
L
CENTER
R
WOOFER RS
LS
WOOFER
8‰/8W
LS
8‰/5W
CABLE
OUT
L
(mono)
DO NOT OPEN
DTV
IN
R
(FOR SERVICE ONLY)
VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
OR
From
Antenna
Source
Adapter
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Indoor/outdoor antenna and cable TV
If you have a cable box, plug the cable from the wall into the IN terminal of the cable box. Connect a
coaxial cable between the OUT terminal of the cable box and the antenna input on the HDTV labeled IN.
If you wish to connect a VCR with your cable box, please see “VCR With a Cable Box” on page 9.
❑ NOTE: It is necessary to connect an indoor/outdoor antenna to receive digital broadcasts.
From
Cable
Source
In
Out
Optional
Cable Box
SIGNAL SELECT
DIGITAL AUDIO
VIDEO 1
HD COMPONENT
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
/PCM
COAXIAL
/PCM
COAXIAL
/PCM
Hs
G
Y
Vs
B
PB
L
(mono)
R
PR
R
HD COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(1080 i/480P)
V
OPTICAL
/PCM
VHF
UHF
IN
S-VIDEO
INPUT
L
CENTER
R
WOOFER RS
WOOFER
8‰/8W
LS
8‰/5W
CABLE
HD COMPONENT
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO 1
V
SPEAKER OUTPUT
RS
8‰/5W
LS
OUT
L
(mono)
DO NOT OPEN
DTV
IN
R
(FOR SERVICE ONLY)
VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
From
Antenna
Source
VCR without a cable box
To connect a VCR to your HDTV without using a cable box, follow the diagram below.
SIGNAL SELECT
DIGITAL AUDIO
VIDEO 1
HD COMPONENT
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
/PCM
COAXIAL
/PCM
Hs
G
Y
Vs
B
PB
R
PR
L
(mono)
COAXIAL
/PCM
R
HD COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(1080 i/480P)
V
OPTICAL
/PCM
IN
VHF
UHF
S-VIDEO
SPEAKER OUTPUT
RS
8‰/5W
INPUT
HD COMPONENT
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO 1
V
L
CENTER
R
WOOFER RS
LS
WOOFER
8‰/8W
LS
8‰/5W
CABLE
OUT
L
(mono)
DO NOT OPEN
DTV
IN
R
(FOR SERVICE ONLY)
VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
OR
From
Antenna
Source
In From Antenna
L R
Audio
Out
Video
L R
Audio
In
Video
S-VIDEO
Out to TV
VCR
If you are connecting a mono VCR, connect only the L/MONO.
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VCR with a cable box
To connect a VCR with a cable box, follow the diagram below.
SIGNAL SELECT
DIGITAL AUDIO
VIDEO 1
HD COMPONENT
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
/PCM
COAXIAL
/PCM
Hs
G
Y
Vs
B
PB
R
PR
L
(mono)
COAXIAL
/PCM
R
V
OPTICAL
/PCM
From
Cable
Source
HD COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(1080 i/480P)
IN
VHF
UHF
S-VIDEO
SPEAKER OUTPUT
RS
8‰/5W
INPUT
V
L
CENTER
R
WOOFER RS
WOOFER
8‰/8W
LS
8‰/5W
CABLE
HD COMPONENT
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO 1
LS
OUT
L
(mono)
DTV
IN
R
DO NOT OPEN
(FOR SERVICE ONLY)
VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
In
Out
OR
Optional
Cable Box
In From Antenna
L R
Audio
Out
Video
L R
Audio
In
Video
From
Antenna
Source
S-VIDEO
Out to TV
VCR
If you are connecting a mono VCR, connect only L/MONO.
Digital Satellite System (DSS) or Laser Disc (LD)
To connect a Digital Satellite System or Laser Disc, follow the diagram below.
SIGNAL SELECT
DIGITAL AUDIO
VIDEO 1
HD COMPONENT
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
/PCM
Hs
G
Y
Vs
B
PB
L
(mono)
R
PR
COAXIAL
/PCM
COAXIAL
/PCM
R
OPTICAL
/PCM
HD COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(1080 i/480P)
V
IN
VHF
UHF
S-VIDEO
SPEAKER OUTPUT
RS
8‰/5W
INPUT
HD COMPONENT
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO 1
V
L
CENTER
R
WOOFER RS
LS
WOOFER
8‰/8W
LS
8‰/5W
CABLE
OUT
L
(mono)
DO NOT OPEN
DTV
IN
R
(FOR SERVICE ONLY)
VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
OR
Video
L R
Audio
Out
S-VIDEO
Satellite Receiver or Laser Disc
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HD component and audio system
To connect a HD component and audio system, follow the diagram below.
❑ NOTE: After you connect a digital audio system, you will need to use the menus to set it up. Please see
“Setting up Digital Audio” on page 22.
SIGNAL SELECT
VIDEO 1
DIGITAL AUDIO
HD COMPONENT
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
/PCM
COAXIAL
/PCM
Hs
G
Y
Vs
B
PB
R
PR
L
(mono)
COAXIAL
/PCM
R
HD COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(1080 i/480P)
V
OPTICAL
/PCM
IN
VHF
UHF
SPEAKER OUTPUT
S-VIDEO
RS
8‰/5W
INPUT
V
WOOFER
8‰/8W
LS
8‰/5W
CABLE
HD COMPONENT
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO 1
L
CENTER
R
WOOFER RS
LS
OUT
L
(mono)
DTV
IN
R
DO NOT OPEN
(FOR SERVICE ONLY)
VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
OR
OR
L Center SL
Optical
In
Coaxial
In
Optical
Out
Coaxial
Out
PB
Y
PR
Audio
Out
R Woofer SR
Digital Audio System
HD Component
DVD (480i)
DVD (480P)
To connect a digital video disc (DVD), follow the
diagram below.
To connect a digital video disc (DVD), follow the
diagram below.
SIGNAL SELECT
SIGNAL SELECT
DIGITAL AUDIO
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 1
DIGITAL AUDIO
HD COMPONENT
HD COMPONENT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
/PCM
COAXIAL
/PCM
Hs
G
Y
OPTICAL
/PCM
Vs
B
PB
COAXIAL
/PCM
L
(mono)
COAXIAL
/PCM
R
R
PR
HD COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(1080i/480P)
COAXIAL
/PCM
V
OPTICAL
/PCM
IN
VHF
UHF
S-VIDEO
SPEAKER OUTPUT
RS
8‰/5W
INPUT
HD COMPONENT
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO 1
L
CENTER
R
WOOFER RS
V
LS
WOOFER
8‰/8W
LS
8‰/5W
Hs
G
Y
Vs
B
PB
L
(mono)
R
PR
R
V
OPTICAL
/PCM
IN
SPEAKER OUTPUT
RS
8‰/5W
HD COMPONENT
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO 1
CABLE
V
OUT
L
CENTER
R
WOOFER RS
LS
WOOFER
8‰/8W
LS
8‰/5W
CABLE
OUT
L
(mono)
DO NOT OPEN
DTV
IN
R
VHF
UHF
S-VIDEO
INPUT
L
(mono)
DO NOT OPEN
HD COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(1080i/480P)
DTV
IN
R
(FOR SERVICE ONLY)
VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
(FOR SERVICE ONLY)
VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
OR
OR
OR
OR
L Center SL
Coaxial
Out
Optical
Digital Audio
Video
S-VIDEO
Digital Video Disc
L R
Audio
Out
Optical
In
Coaxial
In
Coaxial
Out
Optical
Out
Cb
Y
Cr
R Woofer SR
Digital Audio System
Digital Video Disc
❑ NOTE: After you connect a HD component, you will need to use the menus to set it up.
Please see “Setting up HD Components Video” on page 20.
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Camcorder
The Video 4 inputs on the side of the HDTV make it easy to connect a camcorder.To do this, follow the
diagram below.
Side of HDTV
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
S-VIDEO
Video
L R
Audio
Video
L R
Audio
OR
Out
S-VIDEO
In
Camcorder
Speakers
To connect standard speakers, follow the diagram below.
SIGNAL SELECT
DIGITAL AUDIO
VIDEO 1
HD COMPONENT
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
/PCM
COAXIAL
/PCM
Hs
G
Y
Vs
B
PB
R
PR
L
(mono)
COAXIAL
/PCM
R
OPTICAL
/PCM
HD COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(1080 i/480P)
V
VHF
UHF
IN
S-VIDEO
HD COMPONENT
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO 1
V
SPEAKER OUTPUT
RS
8‰/5W
INPUT
L
CENTER
R
WOOFER RS
LS
WOOFER
8‰/8W
LS
8‰/5W
CABLE
OUT
L
(mono)
DO NOT OPEN
DTV
IN
R
(FOR SERVICE ONLY)
VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
+ _
Right Rear
Speaker
+ _
Subwoofer
+ _
Left Rear
Speaker
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Setting up your HDTV
This chapter explains the basic setup required for watching and listening to your HDTV for the first time.
Daewoo has made setup as easy as possible with the use of on-screen menus and simple navigation controls.
Using the on-screen menu system
Daewoo has designed an easy-to-use menu system for controlling your television.Along with your remote
control, the menus make all of your HDTV's controls and features a few button presses away.
To use the menus:
1. Press the TV Mode button on the remote control.
The TV indicator will light.
Mode
buttons
2. Point the remote control at the HDTV and press POWER.
The POWER indicator on the front of the HDTV will light
from red to green and the HDTV will turn on.
3. Press the MENU button.
The MAIN MENU will appear on the screen.
MAIN MENU
GUIDE
PREFERENCE
The Guide Menu
allows you to
view and select
the program
information
LOCKS & LIMITS
SETUP
VIDEO
AUDIO
HELP
SEL
Move
4. Press the up/down arrow buttons to highlight items on the
MAIN MENU.
Select
MAIN MENU
GUIDE
The content of each menu category will be displayed.
PREFERENCE
5. Press the SEL button to select an item.
LOCKS & LIMITS
6. Press the PREV button to back up one menu screen.
SETUP
7. To make the menus disappear, press MENU repeatedly.
VIDEO
AUDIO
HELP
SEL
Move
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Select
Input Select
Channel Setup
Time Setting
Digital Audio
Speaker Setup
Factory Setting
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Setting the time and date
1. Press the MENU button to display the MAIN MENU.
MAIN MENU
2. Press the up/down arrow buttons to highlight SETUP.
GUIDE
PREFERENCE
LOCKS & LIMITS
SETUP
VIDEO
AUDIO
Input Select
Channel Setup
Time Setting
Digital Audio
Speaker Setup
Factory Setting
HD Comp.
HELP
SEL
Select
Move
3. Press the SEL button.
The SETUP menu is displayed.
• Input Select
• Channel Setup
SETUP
• Time Setting
• Digital Audio
Select one of the
setup options.
• Speaker Setup
• Factory Setting
• HD Component Input
SEL
Move
Select
4. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight Time Setting.
Press the SEL button.
The TIME SETUP menu is displayed, with the Time and Date
Setting highlighted.
• Time and Date Setting
TIME
SETUP
• Time Options
Select an option
to set the time.
After completing,
press the SEL
button.
SEL
Move
Select
5. Press the SEL button.
The TIME SETTING menu is displayed.
❑ NOTE: If your HDTV is receiving digital signals, the time
will automatically be set and updated.
Time:
1 2 : 0 0 A
TIME
SETTING
Set the time,
date, year using
the Number
button.
Date:
0 1 / 0 0
Year
2 0 0 0
After completing,
press the SEL
button.
#
Move
Number
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6. Use the Number (0-9) buttons on the remote control to enter
the time. For example, to enter 12:45 press 1, 2, 4, and 5.
7. Use the up/down arrow buttons to select A (AM) or P (PM)
then press the right arrow button to move to the Date field.
8. Use the Number buttons to enter the Date and Year and then
Time:
1 2 : 4 5 P
TIME
SETTING
Date:
0 1 / 0 1
Set the time,
date, year using
the Number
button.
Year
2 0 0 0
After completing
press the SEL
button.
press the SEL button to return to the TIME SETUP menu.
#
Move
Number
9. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight Time Options
and then press the SEL button.
The TIME OPTIONS menu is displayed.
10. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight your time zone
Select your Time Zone
TIME
OPTIONS
Select a time
zone & daylight
saving on/off.
and then press the SEL button.
• Eastern
• Central
• Mountain
• Pacific
• Alaska
• Hawaii
11. Use the up/down arrow buttons to select whether you use
Daylight Saving Time Control
daylight saving time and then press the SEL button.
• Off
• On
12. Press the PREV button to return to the SETUP menu.
SEL
Move
Select
Memorizing channels
Your HDTV memorizes and stores all of the channels it can receive.
❑ NOTE: It is not necessary to scan channels into memory for satellite or VCR input sources.
To scan channels into memory:
1. From the SETUP menu, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight Input Select and press the SEL button.
The INPUT SELECT menu is displayed.
2. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight the kind of
• Antenna
INPUT
SELECT
If you use the
cable TV, select
Antenna + Cable.
antenna you connected to the HDTV:Antenna
(indoor/outdoor) or Antenna + Cable (cable TV and
indoor/outdoor). Press the SEL button.
SEL
Move
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• Antenna + Cable
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3. Press the PREV button to return to the SETUP menu.
4. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight Channel Setup
and then press the SEL button.
The CHANNEL SETUP menu is displayed.
• Check Signal Strength
• Channel Scanning
CHANNEL
SETUP
• Add/Erase Channel
• Fine Tuning
Select one of the
channel options.
SEL
Move
Select
5. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight Channel
Scanning and then press the SEL button.
The CHANNEL SCANNING menu is displayed.
This function will rescan channel and update
your channel map.
CHANNEL
SCANNING
• Yes
• No
Start channel scan
SEL
Move
Select
To scan the channels into the HDTV memory
•
If Yes is highlighted, press the SEL button to begin channel
scanning.
•
If No is highlighted, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight Yes and then press SEL to begin channel scanning.
The HDTV will scan the channels and memorize all channels it
can receive.
This function will rescan channel and update
your channel map.
CHANNEL
SCANNING
• Yes
• No
Channel scanning.... #CH22
28%
When the channel scan is finished, press the MENU button
until the menus disappear from the screen, or press the PREV
button to select another menu option.
SEL
Move
Select
To exit the menu without scanning the channels
•
If Yes is highlighted, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight No and then press the SEL button to return to the
previous menu.
•
If No is highlighted, press the SEL button to return to the
previous menu.
❑ NOTE: Whenever you change the input source (Antenna or
Antenna + Cable) from the INPUT SELECT menu, you
should scan the channels again.
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Adding/erasing channels
You can easily add or erase channels that your HDTV memorized.
To do this:
1. From the MAIN MENU highlight SETUP and press the SEL button.
2. Highlight Channel Setup and press the SEL button.
• Input Select
• Channel Setup
SETUP
• Time Setting
• Digital Audio
Select one of the
setup options.
• Speaker Setup
• Factory Setting
• HD Component Input
SEL
Move
Select
3. Highlight Add/Erase Channel. Press the SEL button.
4. You will see a screen that asks you whether you wish to add
or erase a channel. If you want to add/erase a channel, press
the SEL button after highlighting Yes.
• Check Signal Strength
• Channel Scanning
CHANNEL
SETUP
• Add/Erase Channel
• Fine Tuning
Select one of the
channel options.
5. You will see the pop-up menu.
•
•
If a channel is memorized, the menu asks you whether
you wish to erase it or not.
Press the SEL button after highlighting Yes if you want to
erase a channel.
If a channel is not memorized, the menu asks you
whether you wish to add it or not.
Press the SEL button after highlighting Yes if you want to
add a channel.
SEL
Move
Select
Do you want to add/erase this channel?
ADD/ERASE
CHANNEL
You can add the
new channel or
erase unwanted
channel.
• Yes
Do you want to erase
current channel in your
channel map?
• Yes
When finished, press the MENU button until the menus
disappear from the screen, or press the PREV button to select
another menu option.
6. You can also use the ADD/ERASE button on your remote
control to add/erase channels.After selecting the channel to
add or erase using the Number buttons, press the ADD/ERASE
button on your remote control.You will see the pop-up menu.
•
•
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If a channel is memorized, the menu asks you whether
you wish to erase it or not. Press the SEL button after
highlighting Yes if you want to erase a channel.
If a channel is not memorized, the menu asks you
whether you wish to add or not. Press the SEL button after
highlighting Yes if you want to add a channel.
SEL
Move
Select
• No
• No
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Fine tuning channels
You can fine tune channels that do not appear as clearly as they should.
❑ NOTE: You cannot fine tune a digital channel. Digital channels
either appear perfectly tuned or they do not appear at all.
To fine tune a channel:
1. From the CHANNEL SETUP menu use the up/down arrow
buttons to highlight Fine Tuning. Press the SEL button.You will
see the FINE TUNING menu.
2. Press the left/right arrow buttons to fine tune the channel and
you will see the numeric values on the bar change.The
maximum is +48 and the minimum is -48. Keep pressing the
left/right arrow buttons until the channel is as clear as
possible.
• Check Signal Strength
• Channel Scanning
CHANNEL
SETUP
• Fine Tuning
Select one of the
channel options.
SEL
Move
Select
3. To fine tune another channel, first, select the channel then
repeat steps 1-2 above.When finished, press the MENU button
until the menus disappear from the screen, or press the PREV
button to select another menu option.
• Add/Erase Channel
Notice: You can not fine tune the digital
signals.
FINE
TUNING
0
• Fine Tuning
If analog
channels are not
clear, you can
fine tune signals
for a better
picture.
Control
Checking signal strength
You can check and see how strong a channel is tuned in.
❑ NOTE: This does not apply to analog stations.
To check signal strength:
1. From the CHANNEL SETUP menu use the up/down arrow
buttons to highlight Check Signal Strength. Press the SEL
button.You will see the SIGNAL STRENGTH menu.
2. The menu will show the channel you are tuned to, and a
Adjust the antenna for optimum signal
strength
SIGNAL
STRENGTH
Signal Strength:
82
Channel Number:
11
Check the signal
strength.
Weak
Acceptable
Excellent
numeric value of its signal strength.You will also see a meter
that shows if the signal is weak, acceptable, or excellent.
3. Adjust your indoor/outdoor antenna until the signal strength is
as good as possible.When finished press the MENU button
until the menus disappear from the screen, or press the PREV
button to select another menu option.
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Selecting channels
Daewoo has provided a number of different ways to conveniently select channels.They include:
•
•
•
•
Using the Channel buttons
Using the Number buttons
Using the channel selector
Selecting favorite channels
❑ NOTE: To change digital channels from the Program Guide, please see “Using the Program Guide” on
page 25.
Using the Channel buttons
To change channels, press the up/down CH buttons on the remote
control or top panel of the HDTV.
Using the Number buttons
To directly select a channel between 1-99, press its two-digit
number with the Number buttons. If the channel is 100 and above,
press the 100 button first, then the additional two digits. For
example, if the channel is 114, press the 100 button then 1, then 4.
Using the Channel Station (STAT) button
Daewoo's convenient Channel Station button lets you see a
channel map of all of your memorized stations.You can use this
map to directly select a channel.
To use this feature:
1. Press the STAT button on the remote control.You will see a
channel map screen, with an arrow to indicate if there are
more channels that are stored.The channel you are tuned to
appears in red.
2. Use the arrow buttons to highlight a channel.You can use
either up/down arrow or left/right arrow.To see more
channels that are stored, simply keep pressing arrow down
until the other channels appear.
3. Press the SEL button to directly tune to a channel in your
channel map.
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Selecting favorite channels
Your HDTV can store up to 16 channels that you can quickly
select by using the arrow buttons on the remote controls.To store
and select your favorite channels:
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight PREFERENCE. Press the SEL button to see the
PREFERENCE menu.
• Favorite Channels
PREFERENCE
• OSD Screen Color
• Closed Caption
• On/Off Timer
Select one of the
preference
options.
SEL
Move
Select
2. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight Favorite Channel.
Press the SEL button to see the FAVORITE CHANNEL menu.
You can select up to 16 channels.
FAVORITE
CHANNEL
Choose favorite
channels. If you
want to delete,
select again.
SEL
Move
4. To delete a channel from the list, simply highlight the channel
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11
12
13
16
17
22
29
34
40
51
53
59
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You can select up to 16 channels.
FAVORITE
CHANNEL
8 9 16 34
Choose favorite
channels. If you
want to delete,
select again.
again and press the SEL button. It will be deleted and the
channel number will disappear from the top of the menu.
SEL
When finished, press the MENU button until the menus
disappear from the screen.
9
Select
3. To select your favorite channels, use the arrow buttons to
highlight a channel to add to your list. Press the SEL button to
add channels.The channel number will be highlighted and the
number will appear at the top.
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Move
8
9
10
11
12
13
16
17
22
29
34
40
51
53
59
61
Select
To select favorite channels while viewing your HDTV, simply
press the up/down arrow buttons on the remote control.You
will cycle through all of the channels on your favorite channel list.
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Selecting a source
You can choose to view any of the input sources that you have connected to your HDTV.
To do this:
Press the TV/VIDEO button on the HDTV or on the remote
control.
VIDEO 1
Each time you press either button, the HDTV will display one
of the sources that are available.These include:
• TV mode
• HD comp (HD Component Video)
• Video 1
• Video 2
• Video 3
• Video 4
These sources correspond to the inputs on the side and back panel of the HDTV. For example, if you
connected a VCR to the Video 2 inputs, use the TV/VIDEO button on the HDTV or on the remote
control to select Video 2 and to see the picture and hear the audio from the VCR.
Setting up HD Components Video
You can select the input format of the HD Components Video.
• 1080i
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down buttons to highlight
2.
3.
4.
5.
SETUP and press the SEL button.
The SETUP menu is displayed.
Use the up/down buttons to highlight HD Component Input
and press the SEL button.
The HD Component Input menu is displayed.
Highlight the item you want to set using the up/down buttons.
Press the SEL button.
Press the PREV or MENU button to exit this menu.
HD Comp.
• 480P
Select the input
format of the
HD components.
SEL
Move
Select
Setting up speakers
You can easily adjust the HDTV to the kind of speakers you
connected to it.
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight SETUP and press the SEL button.
The SETUP menu is displayed.
2. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight Speaker Setup
and press the SEL button.
The SPEAKER SETUP menu is displayed.
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• Rear Speakers (LS, RS)
SPEAKER
SETUP
Select the kind of
speakers to set.
SEL
Move
Select
• Subwoofer
• Speakers Off
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3. Press the up/down arrow buttons to highlight Speaker Off and
press the SEL button.
The SPEAKER OFF menu is displayed.
4. If you:
do not want to use external (left/right/center) speakers,
highlight No and press the SEL button.
• do want to use external speakers, highlight Yes and press
the SEL button.
5. Press the PREV button to return to the SPEAKER SETUP menu.
• Yes
SPEAKER OFF
• No
If you want to
use the external
L/R/C speakers,
select 'Yes'.
•
SEL
Move
Select
Adjusting rear speakers for surround sound
1. From the SPEAKER SETUP menu, highlight Rear Speakers
(LS, RS) and press the SEL button.
The REAR SPEAKERS menu is displayed.
2. Highlight the kind of rear speakers you connected to the
HDTV:
• External (Large)
• External (Small)
• None
3. Press the SEL button.
• External (Large)
REAR
SPEAKER
• External (Small)
• None
Select the type
of rear speaker
connected to
the HDTV.
SEL
Move
Select
4. Press the PREV button to return to the SPEAKER SETUP menu.
To adjust for a subwoofer:
1. From the SPEAKER SETUP menu, highlight Subwoofer. Press
the SEL button.
2. If you:
do not want to use a subwoofer, highlight No and press
the SEL button
• do want to use a subwoofer, highlight Yes and press the
SEL button.
When finished, press the PREV button to return to the
SPEAKER SETUP menu.
•
• Yes
SUBWOOFER
• No
Select 'Yes'
if the subwoofer
is connected to
the HDTV.
SEL
Move
Select
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Setting up digital audio
You can set the HDTV to automatically adjust to play the kind of digital audio that you connected.
To do this:
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight SETUP. Press the SEL button.
2. From the SETUP menu, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight Digital Audio. Press the SEL button. If you connected:
•
the video outputs of equipment to the High
Definition video inputs on the rear panel
Use the up/down arrow buttons to select whether you
connected the audio outputs of your equipment to the
optical, coaxial, or component audio inputs on the rear
panel. Press the SEL button.
HD Input Audio Select
DIGITAL
AUDIO
Select the
input/output
format of the
audio jacks on
the rear panel.
• Optical
• Coaxial
• Component
Video 1 Input Audio Select
• Optical
• Coaxial
• RCA (Analog L, R)
Digital 1 Audio Output Format
•
•
the video outputs of equipment to the Video 1 inputs
on the rear panel
Use the up/down arrow buttons to select whether you
connected the audio outputs of your equipment to the
optical, coaxial, or RCA (Analog L,R) audio inputs on the
rear panel. Press the SEL button.
• Dolby Digital
SEL
Move
• PCM
Select
the audio inputs of equipment to the Digital Audio
Output terminals
Use the up/down arrow buttons to select whether the output
format of audio is Dolby Digital or PCM. Press the SEL button.
Selecting surround sound
You can use the HDTV menus to choose different kinds of
surround sound, or to hear regular stereo.
To do this:
• Dolby Surround (L, R, C, Ls, Rs)
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight AUDIO. Press the SEL button.
2. From the AUDIO menu, use the up/down arrow buttons to
LISTENING
MODE
Select one of the
listening modes.
highlight Listening Mode. Press the SEL button.
Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight one of the
following settings. Once selected, press the SEL button, then
the PREV button to return to the AUDIO menu.
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SEL
Move
Select
• 3 Stereo (L, R, C)
• Phantom Center (L, R, Ls, Rs)
• Stereo (L, R)
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Dolby Surround (L, R, C, Ls, Rs)
Select if you have connected external rear surround
speakers and wish to listen to full Dolby Surround Sound.
•
3 Stereo (L, R, C)
Select to hear sound from a left, right and center speaker
system.
•
Phantom Center (L, R, Ls, Rs)
Select to hear surround sound without center channel
audio.The center channel speaker will be simulated.
•
Stereo (L, R)
Select to hear regular stereo.
Adjusting surround sound
Now that you have set up your speakers and selected surround sound, you are ready to adjust the
surround effect to suit your taste.To do this:
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight AUDIO. Press the SEL button.
2. From the AUDIO menu, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight Sound Control. Press the SEL button.
Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight one of the
following settings.
•
•
Balance
Use the left/right arrow buttons to adjust the balance
between the front left and right speakers.The range of this
control is between -31 and +31.
Rear Balance
Use the left/right arrow buttons to adjust the balance
between the rear left and right speakers.The range of this
control is between -31 and +31.
•
Center Volume
Use the left/right arrow buttons to adjust the volume of
the center channel speaker.The range of this control is
between 0 and +63.
•
Surround Volume
Use the left/right arrow buttons to adjust the volume of
the surround (rear) speakers.The range of this control is
between 0 and +63.
SOUND
CONTROL
If you want to
test the settings,
press the SEL
button after
selecting Test.
• Balance
0
• Rear Balance
0
• Center Volume
35
• Surround Volume
35
• Woofer Volume
35
• Center Delay
0
• Surround Delay
0
Test
Move
L
R
C
LFE
Ls
Rs
Control
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Woofer Volume
Use the left/right arrow buttons to adjust the volume of a
subwoofer.The range of this control is between 0 and +63.
•
Center Delay
Use the left/right arrow buttons to adjust the delay time
for sound that comes from the center speaker.The range
of this control is 0 to 5.
•
Surround Delay
Use the left/right arrow buttons to adjust the delay time
for sound between the front and rear speakers.The range
of this control is 0 to 15.
•
Test
To hear a test tone that lets you hear the volume of your
surround sound system, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight Test and press the SEL button.You will hear a test
tone between the left, right, center, subwoofer and left rear
and right rear speakers.
The test tone will play one cycle between the speakers
before it stops. For the best surround quality, Daewoo
recommends that you adjust the sound equally between all
of the speakers. For example, the volume of the front
speakers should match the volume of the rear speakers.
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Using the Program Guide
Your Daewoo HDTV includes a special Program Guide that makes it easy to choose channels and to get
information about programs.The Program Guide also lets you select minor channels, part of the many
choices you now have with digital television.
Major channel are a group of channels that belong to a broadcaster. For example, a broadcaster called ABD
may broadcast on channel 5, which is called the major channel. However, broadcaster ABD may choose to
also broadcast what are called minor channels on channel 5.These minor channels give the broadcaster
even more options to offer you, the viewer.
Channel number
and station logo
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PROGRAM
GUIDE
Program title
and information
Current day of the
week, date and time
Jan 9 Sun
12:00 AM
Comedy On Road
((A))
PG
12:00 am to 12:30 am
Program start and end time
All
1/09
12:00 AM
12:30 AM
1:00 AM
1:30 AM
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Comedy
On Road
Police Story
Little
Mermaid
Mouse Tracks
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Golf Central
20-3
Video Fashion
20-4
NBA Basketball: Los Angeles Cippers at Detroit Pistons
Mr. Wizard
Body Shaping
Time slots (these appear
left to right)
Schedule grid, which
includes channel numbers
and program titles
After selecting the program you want to view,
press the SEL button.
Moving around the guide
You can move around the guide by scrolling with the arrow buttons from program to program.
•
•
•
•
Press the up arrow button to scroll up through all of the available channels.
Press the down arrow button to scroll down through all of the available channels.
Press the right arrow button to scroll forward through upcoming program times.
Press the left arrow button to scroll back through program times.
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Selecting a current program
To watch a program that is listed in the program guide, use the arrow buttons to highlight the program you
want to watch on the guide and then press the SEL button.The selected program appears on the screen.
Seeing the channel banner
The Channel Banner allows you to view information about the current program.
To view the Channel Banner:
Press the INFO button on the remote control.
Station Channel number Program
Name
Rating
20-1
WPXI-DT
Program title
and information
Current day of the
week, date and time
Comedy on Road
((A))
PG
NTSC
NTSC channel
Feb 4 Fri
10:24 AM
20-1
20-3
20-2
Digital channel
Digital channel
Digital channel
Digital channel
(minor channel 1) (minor channel 2) (minor channel 3) (minor channel 4)
This banner shows:
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20-4
•
•
•
•
•
Channel number
Channel name (if any)
Presence of alternate audio ( ((A)) )
Date and time
Description of the program (when available)
•
Whether the rating limit is set or not (
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To remove the Channel Banner:
Press the INFO button again or wait for the banner to disappear.
Selecting major and minor channels
You can select major channels using the up/down CH or Number
buttons.The major channel number will be displayed on top-left
of the channel banner (e.g., 11, 20, 45, etc.).
If a major channel has minor channels, minor channels are
displayed on the bottom of the channel banner (eg., 20-1, 20-2,
20-3, etc.).After highlighting the minor channel you want to
watch using the left/right arrow buttons, press the SEL button.
Then the selected broadcast appears on the screen.
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Using Audio Features
In addition to the audio controls you expect on any TV, Daewoo provides some special audio controls and
features to make listening to your HDTV more enjoyable.
Adjusting the volume
To adjust the volume, simply press the up/down VOL buttons on
the remote control, or use the VOL buttons on the top panel of
the HDTV.You will see the volume bar at the bottom of the HDTV.
The range of this control is 0-63.
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TIMER
POWER
TIMER
POWER
Muting the volume
To mute (turn off) the volume, simply press the MUTE button on
the remote control.The volume bar will light up in red, then
disappear.To hear the HDTV again, either press MUTE again or
adjust the volume.
MUTE
Using the graphic equalizer
Daewoo has included a special graphic equalizer to let you adjust the various frequencies of the audio.
To use the equalizer:
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight AUDIO. Press the SEL button.
2. From the AUDIO menu, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight Equalizer. Press the SEL button.
3. Press the up/down arrow buttons to choose a frequency to
adjust. Press the left/right arrow buttons to raise or lower the
adjustment of each frequency between –8 and +7.
Keep playing with various combinations on the equalizer until
you have just the right blend of sound that you want.You can
use the equalizer to enhance low sounds, or to heighten the
effect of higher frequencies.
EQUALIZER
Adjust the
volume of each
frequency.
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Control
• 60 Hz
-7
• 250 Hz
-6
• 1 kHz
-3
• 3.5 kHz
-1
• 10 kHz
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Using the midnight mode
Daewoo offers a special feature that lets you listen to your HDTV at night without abrupt changes in
volume. For example, when a TV station cuts from a movie to a commercial, the audio may suddenly
become much louder than the program you were watching.
The Midnight Mode changes all of that by ensuring the volume always remains the same, regardless of
the programming.
To use the Midnight Mode:
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight AUDIO. Press the SEL button.
2. From the AUDIO menu, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight Midnight Mode. Press the SEL button.
3. Press the up/down arrow buttons to choose Midnight Mode
On. Press the SEL button, then the PREV button to return to
the AUDIO menu.
• Midnight Mode On
MIDNIGHT
MODE
• Midnight Mode Off
Select 'On' to
tone down the
volume of the
loudest sounds.
SEL
Move
Select
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Using Video Features
Your Daewoo HDTV provides a variety of standard and special video controls and settings.
Using the video controls
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight VIDEO. Press the SEL button.
2. From the VIDEO menu, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight Video Control. Press the SEL button.
3. Use the left/right arrow buttons to highlight and change the
brightness, contrast, color tint, and sharpness.
4. When finished, press PREV to return to the VIDEO menu or
MENU to exit the menus.
VIDEO
CONTROL
Adjust the
picture options
for a better
picture.
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• Bright
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• Contrast
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• Color
• Tint
• Sharpness
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Control
Selecting the video mode
In addition to the standard video adjustments you can make, Daewoo offers preset video settings to
accent certain kinds of programming.You can use the Video Mode feature from either the menus or the
remote control.The settings are:
•
•
•
•
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Normal
Resets the picture to the factory settings.
Dynamic
Enhances the realism and excitement of programs with lots of
action.
• Normal
VIDEO
MODE
Select one of the
preset picture
settings.
Cinema
Enhances the mood and tone of movies.
Customer
Sets contrast, color, bright, sharpness to those you select using
the video controls.
SEL
Move
Select
• Dynamic
• Cinema
• Customer
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To change the Video Mode from the menus:
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight VIDEO. Press the SEL button.
2. From the VIDEO menu, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight Video Mode. Press the SEL button.
3. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight Normal, Dynamic,
Cinema, or Customer. Press the SEL button to select a setting.
• Normal
VIDEO
MODE
Select one of the
preset picture
settings.
• Dynamic
• Cinema
• Customer
4. When finished, press PREV to return to the VIDEO menu or
MENU to exit the menus.
SEL
Move
Select
To change the Video Mode from the remote control:
1. Press the remote control button labeled V/MODE.
2. Each time you press the button the HDTV will cycle through
each Video Mode.You will see the name of the Video Mode
appear on the HDTV.
Selecting a screen mode
Your HDTV has two different screen settings that you can select. Each screen setting works for a different
kind of programming.
You can use the Screen Mode feature from either the menus or the remote control.
The settings are:
•
•
Normal
This crops a standard television picture on each side for
normal viewing (known as a 4:3 aspect ratio). Use this setting
when you receive a standard (analog) picture and you wish to
see everything accurately.
• Normal
SCREEN
MODE
• Zoom
Select the size of
viewing screen.
Full
The 4:3 picture will be displayed in the center of the viewing
screen at full screen width and height.
SEL
Move
•
• Full
Select
Zoom
The 4:3 picture will be uniformly to fill the viewing screen,
and cropped either horizontally or vertically to fit the viewing
screen.
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To change the Screen Mode from the menus:
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight VIDEO. Press the SEL button.
2. From the VIDEO menu, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight Screen Mode. Press the SEL button.
3. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight Normal, Full or Zoom.
Press the SEL button to select a setting.
4. When finished, press PREV to return to the VIDEO menu or
MENU to exit the menus.
To change the Screen Mode from the remote control:
1. Press the remote control button labeled SCREEN MODE.
2. Each time you press the button the HDTV will cycle through
each Screen Mode.You will see the picture change and the name
of the Screen Mode appear on the HDTV.
Using closed captions
Closed Captions provide text at the bottom of the screen for the hearing impaired.Those with normal
hearing may also need closed captions to view television when unable to turn up the volume.
❑ NOTE: Closed Captions are not available for digital channels.
Although many programs offer closed captions, some do not. Look for the CC symbol in your TV listing or
on your VCR or DVD.
To use Closed Captions:
1. From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight PREFERENCE. Press the SEL button.
2. From the PREFERENCE menu, use the up/down arrow buttons
to highlight Closed Caption. Press the SEL button.
3. Select the type of Closed Caption using the up/down arrow buttons.
•
CC1: Field 1 and synchronous caption
•
CC2: Field 1 and asynchronous caption
•
CC3: Field 2 and synchronous caption
•
CC4: Field 2 and asynchronous caption
CAPTION
CC Type
CC 1
CC 2
You should try these various settings until your closed
captions appear on the screen in an easy to read format.
However, most Closed Caption type are CC1.
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Select the type
of closed caption
to be displayed.
SEL
Move
Select
CC 3
CC 4
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To turn Closed Captions on and off from the remote control:
1. Press the button on the remote control labeled CLOSED
CAPTION.
2. Each time you press the button you will see an on screen
display which says "CC ON" or "CC OFF."
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Setting Locks and Limits
Your HDTV can set locks and limit the kinds of programs that your family can watch.You can do this by
choosing a password and a settings a ratings limit.
Changing the password
1. Press MENU and highlight LOCKS & LIMITS. Press the SEL
button.
You will see a screen that asks you to enter a password. Using
the Number buttons or the arrow buttons, enter your
password. (The factory’s preset password is 1,2,3,4.) You will
see the LOCKS & LIMITS menu. Use the up/down arrow buttons
to highlight “Change Password,” then press the SEL button.
Enter Password
CHECK
PASSWORD
Enter your
password.
#
Move
Number
2. You will see the CHANGE PASSWORD screen. Using the
Number buttons or the arrow buttons, enter a new password.
3. You will see a screen that asks you to reenter a password.
You have to reenter your password for confirmation. If the
verification fails, the error message will pop up.
❑ NOTE: Be sure to write down your password and store in a
safe place in case you forget it. If you lose your password,
please call Daewoo at 1-800-DAEWOO-8.
Enter Password
CHANGE
PASSWORD
Enter your new
password.
Password must
be four digits.
#
Move
Number
Setting rating limits
You can set rating limits that automatically black out programs that exceed the limit you set.
To do this:
1. From the LOCKS & LIMITS menu, use the up/down arrow
buttons to highlight Rating Limit, then press the SEL button.
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2. You will see the RATING LIMIT screen. Use the arrow buttons
to select a Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)
rating and a TV rating that conforms to the Federal
Communication Commission (FCC) TV Parental Guidelines.
An explanation of the ratings follows:
MPAA Rating
RATING
LIMIT
Select the new
Rating Limit for
viewers.
MPAA ratings
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC-17
X
Recommended for all (general) audiences
Parental Guidance suggested.
Children under 13 should be accompanied by an adult.
Restricted program. Viewers should be at least 17.
Not classified. Usually indicates adult programming only.
Adult viewing only.
SEL
Move
TV Rating
Lock All
Lock All
G
TV - Y
PG
TV - Y7
PG - 13
TV - G
R
TV - PG
NC - 17
TV - 14
X
TV - MA
"PG"
Parental guidance suggested
Select
TV ratings
TV-Y
All children. Programs are specifically designed for a very
young audience.
TV-Y7 Programs designed for older children. May contain themes
of mild physical or comedic violence, or may frighten
children under 7.
TV-G
Most parents would find this rating suitable for all children.
TV-PG Parental guidance suggested. May contain language and
situations unsuitable for small children.
TV-14 Parents strongly cautioned. Contains programs unsuitable
for children under 14.
TV-MA Mature audiences only. May contain profane language and
explicit sexual content.
You should note that each rating locks out all programming
above it. For example, if you choose PG, the HDTV will lock
out programs rated PG-13, R, NC-17, and X.
3. Once you have selected a rating (or "Lock All"), press the SEL
button and you will see a lock icon appear next to the rating
you chose.
4. When finished, press the PREV button to return to the LOCKS
& LIMITS menu or press the MENU button to exit the menus.
Whenever you tune to a locked channel, the channel will be dark
and you will see the message,‘“Program rating is over the limit.”
❑ NOTE: After selecting X and TV-MA, press the SEL button.
The rating limits are cleared and all programs are available
for viewing.
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Using Timers
Daewoo provides two different timers for you to use.The On/Off timer turns the HDTV on and off just
once on the day you set it, or on and off at the same time everyday.
The sleep timer lets you set the TV to automatically turn off after 30, 60, 90, or 120 minutes.
Using the sleep timer
You can use the Sleep Timer from the remote control.
To set the Sleep Timer:
1. Press the button on the remote control labeled SLEEP TIMER.
2. Each press cycles between Off, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, and 120 minutes.When you have
selected the time, the HDTV will begin to count down and will turn off after the amount of time that
you set.
3. To cancel the Sleep Timer, press the SLEEP TIMER button until you see “Sleep Timer Off.”
Using the on/off timer
This feature lets you set the HDTV to automatically turn on and off at a particular time of day.
To use the timer:
1. Press MENU and highlight PREFERENCE. Press the SEL button.
2. From the PREFERENCE menu highlight On/Off timer and
press the SEL button.
To turn the timer off:
• No Timer Setting
From the ON/OFF TIMER menu, highlight No Timer Setting
and press the SEL button.
The timer will be turned off.
• Everyday (Monday - Sunday)
ON/OFF
TIMER
Select one of
the timer
options.
SEL
Move
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• One Time
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To set the timer for everyday:
1. From ON/OFF TIMER menu, highlight Everyday (MondaySunday).
2. Press the SEL button.
3. Set the hour, minute, and AM/PM that you wish the HDTV to
turn on and off.
❑ NOTE: Use the Number buttons or the up/down arrow
buttons to change the value of an item. Use the left/right
arrow buttons to select an item (such as hour, minute, etc.)
• No Hour Limit
• Everyday (Monday - Sunday)
ON/OFF
TIMER
• One Time
On time:
1 2 : 0 0 A
Enter numbers
to set the on/
off time. After
completing,
press the SEL
button.
Off time:
1 2 : 3 0 A
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Number
4. After you are finished press the SEL button.The HDTV will
now turn on and off everyday at the time you chose.
To set the timer only once:
1. From the ON/OFF TIMER menu, highlight One Time.
2. Press the SEL button.
3. Set the hour, minute, and AM/PM that you wish the HDTV to
turn on and off.
❑ NOTE: Use the Number buttons or the up/down arrow
buttons to change the value of an item. Use the left/right
arrow buttons to select an item (such as hour, minute, etc.).
4. After you are finished press the SEL button.The HDTV will
• No Timer Setting
• Everyday (Monday - Sunday)
ON/OFF
TIMER
Enter numbers
to set the on/
off time. After
completing,
press the SEL
button
• One Time
On time:
1 2 : 0 0 A
Off time:
1 2 : 3 0 A
now turn on and off at the time you chose.This will be
effective for only one day.
#
Move
Number
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Using the Menus without the Remote Control
You can use the menus from the top panel controls of the HDTV,
much like you use them from the remote control.The top panel
controls operate slightly differently.
The differences are:
•
•
•
•
The top panel controls have no PREV button.Therefore you
cannot back up from one menu to the previous menu.
Use the up/down CH buttons like the up/down arrow buttons
on the remote control.
Use the left/right VOL buttons like the left/right arrow buttons
on the remote control.
Use the SELECT button on the top panel, just like the SEL
button on the remote control.
SELECT
MENU
Factory Settings
The Factory Settings menu is to reset the system to the default
factory setting state.
1. From the Main Menu, ust the up/down buttons to highlight
SETUP and press the SEL button.
The SETUP menu is displayed.
2. Use the up/down buttons to highlight FACTORY SETTING and
press the SEL button.
The FACTORY SETTING menu is displayed.
3. Highlight Reset defaults using the left/right buttons.
4. Press the SEL button.
Your HDTV shall reset to the factory default settings.
5. Press the Power button to restart.
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CAUTION : This will reset your system to the
factory settings.
FACTORY
SETTING
Select reset to
erase all
Reset defaults
Cancel
Using the Help System
The HELP menu explains how to use the menu system and the remote control.
From the MAIN MENU, use the up/down arrow buttons to
highlight Help and press the SEL button.
• How to Use the Main Menu
• How to Use the Remote Control
HELP
Select an option
to learn how to
use menu,
remote control.
SEL
Move
Select
Learning about the menus
To learn more about the menus,
1. Highlight Main Menu from the HELP Menu and press the SEL
button.
2. Press the up/down arrow buttons to scroll through each of
the menu categories and learn more about the HDTV. Each
section in Help explains in detail about each feature and
function in the menu system.
Main Menu
MENU
TUTORIAL
This help is a
step by step
guide to use
the menu.
Pressing the MENU button on the remote
control takes you to the "Main Menu"
screen.
The main menu contains seven options, Guide /
Preference / Locks & Limits / Setup / Video /
Audio / Help, each option also has the submenu.
When you press the up or down arrow button on
the remote control, the current menu option is
highlighted and its submenu is displayed on the
right-hand. (1/8)
3. When you are finished, press PREV to return to the Help
menu.
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Learning about the remote control
To learn more about the remote control,
How to Use the Remote Control
1. Highlight How to Use the Remote Control from the HELP
Menu and press the SEL button.
2. Press the down arrow button to see a drawing of your HDTV
remote. Each time you press the up/down arrow buttons each
remote control button or group of buttons will be highlighted.
You will see a detailed definition of each button.
3. When you are finished, press PREV to return to the HELP
REMOTE
TUTORIAL
This help is a
step by step
guide to use
the remote
control.
In this tutorial, you will see a remote control
on the right side of the screen. Highlight a
button or a group of buttons by navigating
with the up/down arrow button to see the
explanation of the button. (1/24)
Move
menu.
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Programming
Setting
the Remote
up yourControl
HDTV
The HDTV remote control is pre-programmed to operate your HDTV. However, you can also program the
HDTV remote control to operate other components, such as a Cable TV Box, a DSS, a VCR.
1. Confirm that the external component is plugged in and is
turned off.
2. Find your component’s list of code numbers from the
manufacturers Code List. (Refer to Component Codes)
Mode
buttons
3. Press and hold the MODE button (SAT, CATV,VCR,TV) for the
component you are setting up until the Mode Selection button
flashes.
4. Enter the 3-digit component code using the remote control
Number buttons (0~9) pointing the remote control toward
the component.
If a correct code was entered, the component will turn on. (If
the component does not turn on, repeat step 4 using another
code.)
5. Press the Mode button and then it will blink three times and
go out.
❑ NOTE: Your component may not be compatible with the
HDTV’s remote control. If this happens, you have to use
your component’s own remote control to operate it.
Number
buttons
/
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Component codes
Cable TV Box Brand Code
ABC
ANTRONIX
ARCHER
CABLE STAR
CENTURION
CENTURY
CITIZEN
COLOUR VOICE
COMBANO
COMTRONICS
DIAMOND
EAGLE
EASTERN
ELECTRICORD
G.I
GE
GEMINI
GOLDEN CHANNEL
HAMLIN
HITACHI
HOSPITALITY
JERROLD
M-NET
MACOM
MAGNAVOX
MEMOREX
MOVIE TIME
NSC
OAK
PANASONIC
PARAGON
PHILIPS
PIONEER
004 006 007 041
044 048 055
017
008 010 017 027
029
084
010
010
064 083
076 077
022 033
026
023 033 042
059 061 065
035
004 006 007 011
013 085 087 088
089 096
071
011 025 028 056
033
051 052 057 091
092 093
004 057
069 073
004 005 006 007
011 012 013 068
085 087 088 089
096
039
036
013 015 063 075
054
031 035
018 031 040 070
095
019 034 039 055
086
046 049
054
009 015 016 023
064 078 083
004 037 053 072
POST NEWS WEEK
PRUCER
PTS
PULSAR
RCA
REGAL
REGENCY
REMBRANT
SAMSUNG
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
SHERITECH
SIGNAL
SIGNATURE
SL MARX
SPRUCER
STARCOM
STARGATE
SYLVANIA
TADIRAN
TANDY
TELECAPATION
TEXSCAN
TOCOM
TOSHIBA
UNIKA
UNITED CABLE
UNIVERSAL
VIEWSTAR
ZENITH
019
094
014 050 070 071
095 096
054
049
051 052 057 091
092 093
059
028
001 033 067
006 014 043 044
045 047 048
025
033
004
033
049 074
005 007 011 012
011 033
066
033
020
024
032 066
041 042 058
054
010 017 027
007 055
008 010 017 027
029 030 035 038
015 018 021 079
080 081 082
054 060 090
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VCR Brand Code
ADMIRAL
AIWA
AKAI
AMPRO
ANAM
AUDIO DYNAMICS
BROKSONIC
CALIFORNIA AUDIO
CANON
CAPEHART
CRAIG
CURTIS MATHES
DAEWOO
DAYTRON
DBX
DENON
DIMENSIA
DYNATECH
ELECTROHOME
EMERSON
FISHER
FUNAI
GE
GO VIDEO
GOLDSTAR
HARMAN KARDON
HITACHI
INSTANTREPLAY
JCL
164
033
017 040 042 100
101 115 158
068
030 032 081
013 023 037 040
166
034 036 102
123
027 030 032
086
005 038 108
030 032 155 159
001 007 009 012
060 061 086 088
090 094 095 096
086
013 023 037 040
166
124 141 144
159
033 049
055
008 018 025 026
028 030 033 034
035 036 042 079
102 104 111
005 010 011 012
033
030 032 059 068
085 087 113 116
125 126
105 109
013 014 020 079
084 092 099 127
013 041
006 033 040 059
110 119 154 159
030 032
030 032
JCPENNY
JENSEN
JVC
KENWOOD
LLOYD
LOTTE
LXI
MAGIN
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MARTA
MATSUI
MEI
MEMOREX
MGA
MINOLTA
MITSUBISHI
MULTITECH
NAD
NEC
NORDMENDE
ONKYO
OPTIMUS
OPTONICA
PANASONIC
PENTAX
013 014 016 032
038 062 079 159
166
040
013 030 032 040
044 046 051 056
103 119 121 128
166
015 037 040 044
129 166
033
130
014 015 033 079
038
030 032 033 063
064 131 155 161
013 030 032 063
065 166
079
026 029
030 032
005 012 015 030
032 033 049 068
079 107 112
041 042 055
014 020 159
014 020 041 042
045 047 055 057
120 145 158
024 033 163
132
013 023 037 040
044 166
040
137
133
049 050
062 066 070 078
106 114 122 146
147 156 160 161
014 020 030 032
059 159
PHILCO
PHILIPS
PILOT
PIONEER
PORTLAND
PROSCAN
PULSAR
QUARTZ
QUASAR
RCA
REALISTIC
RICO
RUNCO
SALORA
SAMSUNG
SANSUI
SANYO
SCOTT
SEARS
SHARP
SHINTOM
SIGNATURE 2000
SONY
SOUNDESIGN
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030 032 033 063
030 032 033 050
063 067 079
079
014 021 044 134
142
086
159 162
068
004 015
032 062 071 114
161
014 020 032 058
059 085 087 113
114 116 140 155
156 159 162
005 010 012 015
030 032 033 038
049 050 079
054
117 149
015
031 038 080 082
083 085 087 090
091 093 097 098
101 153 163
022 040 044 108
005 009 012 015
107 135
018 036 090 102
104 162
005 010 011 012
014 015 020 030
039 069 076 079
030 050 118 143
150 164
024
164
005 011 030 048
052 053 054 072
073 074 118 136
151
033
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Digital Satellite Receiver
Brand Code
STS
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
TANDY
TATUNG
TEAC
TECHNICS
TEKNIKA
THOMAS
THOMSON
TMK
TOSHIBA
TOTEVISION
UNITECH
VECTOR RESEARCH
VICTOR
VIDEO CONCEPTS
VIDEOSONIC
WARDS
YAMAHA
ZENITH
014
030 032 033 055
063
033
012 033
037 040 166
033 037 040 166
030 032 148
019 030 032 033
079
033
125 126
008
010 014 039 043
055 077 090 104
038 079
038
013
044
013 033 042 157
038
005 014 018 024
030 032 033 038
049 050 104 164
165
013 033 037 040
138 139 152 166
033 044 052 054
068 075 079 165
ALPHASTAR DSR
AMPLICA
BIRDVIEW
BSR
CAPETRONICS
CHANNEL MASTER
001
042
114 128
043
043
015 016 017 020
045
CHAPARRAL
010 011 014 062
CITOH
044
CURTIS MATHES
042
DRAKE
008 009 012 013
087 104 115 125
DX ANTENNA
026 038 046 061
ECHOSTAR
047 077 078 111
113 116 117 118
119 120 121 126
136
ELECTRO HOME
074
EUROPLUS
089
FUJITSU
019 023 024 029
GENERAL INSTRUMENT 006 007 018 048
079 105 107
HOUSTON TRACKER
108 110 112 122
HUGHES
055 099
HYTEK
043
JANIEL
049
JERROLD
050
KATHREIN
085
LEGEND
116
LUXOR
051
MACOM
012 048 052 053
054
MEMOREX
116
NEXTWAVE
094 095
NORSAT
056 057
PANASONIC
049
PANSAT
092
PERSONAL CABLE
090
PHILIPS
058
PICO
082
PRESIDENT
021 080
PRIMESTAR
086 106 123 131
134 135
RCA
004 083 098 101
REALISTIC
SAMSUNG
SATELLITE SERVICE CO
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
SONY
STARCAST
SUPER GUIDE
TEECOM
TOSHIBA
UNIDEN
VIEWSTAR
WINEGARD
ZENITH
035 059
001
030 032 039 070
031
081 100
033
022 094 095
025 028 060 072
073 075 084 129
130
005 097 103
018 027 034 035
036 037 040 041
063 064 065 071
079
124
127
066 067 068 069
076 091
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Troubleshooting
Sometimes problems can be easily solved by checking a few basic things. Check below before you call for
help or take your HDTV to an Authorized Service Center.
Symptom
Remedies
No power
Check that the AC power plug is securely plugged into the power outlet.
Cannot select a specific
channel with CH up/down
buttons
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•
Check the channel station by pressing the CHANNEL STATION button.
The channel may not be in memory.After selecting the channel using the
Number buttons on the remote control, add the channel to memory by pressing
the ADD/ERASE button.
No picture
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•
•
•
Check that the antenna or cable wire is connected properly.
Check the INPUT SELECT menu to make sure the antenna and cable selection is correct.
Check if the channel is available.
Select the component which you want to view pressing the TV/VIDEO button.
Poor picture quality
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•
Analog channel: Fine tune the channel in the CHANNEL SETUP menu.
Digital channel: Check the signal strength in the CHANNEL SETUP menu. If the signal
strength is weak, physically adjust your antenna to obtain the best signal quality.
Some programs are not
available for viewing
Check the state of the rating limit in the LOCKS & LIMITS menu.
No sound
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•
Password error
If you forget your password, contact an authorized Daewoo Service Center for
assistance.
The remote control is not
responding
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•
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Check the SPEAKER SETUP menu to make sure the speakers are on.
Make sure that MUTE is not on.
Check the batteries. If the batteries are weak, replace them with new ones.
Operate the remote control unit at a distance of not more than 7 meters
(23 feet) from the remote control sensor.
Remove any obstacles between the remote control unit and remote control
sensor.
The remote control is
operational, but other
components are not
responding.
•
Check that you have selected the proper Mode button (SAT, CATV,VCR,TV).
•
To operate your component (VCR, SAT or Cable Box), make sure you’ve
programmed the remote control properly.
The remote codes may be erased whenever you remove the batteries. Reprogram
the remote control.
HDTV automatically
turns off
The sleep timer may have been set to turn the HDTV off.
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Specifications
General
Power Requirement
AC 120V , 60Hz
Power Consumption
250W ( 1.7W in standby )
Dimensions(W/H/D)
890 x 573 x 560 mm
Weight
64kg
Antenna
Two 75 ohm external input terminals for UHF/VHF/Cable
One 75 ohm external output terminal for Cable
RF Band Coverage
VHF 2 ~ 13
UHF 14 ~ 69
CATV 1, 14 ~ 125
Picture
Screen Size
32 inches Pure Flat / 16:9 Aspect ratio
Display Format
1920 x 1080i (Digital)
Upconversion to 1080i with line doubling (NTSC)
Horizontal Resolution
800 Lines
Sound
Digital Audio
Dolby Digital AC-3 / Pro logic
NTSC Audio
Multi-CH TV Stereo (MTS) / Second Audio Program (SAP)
Audio Power
8W / ch (Main L/R, Woofer) , 5W / ch (Center, SL, SR)
Number of Inputs/Outputs
A/V In
4 each ( Video / L / R )
S-Video In
2 each
HD Component Video In
2 each ( Y/Pb/Pr , R/G/B )
HD Component Audio In
1 each ( L / R / SL / SR / Center / Woofer )
Digital Audio In
2 each ( Coaxial / Optical )
Digital Audio Out
2 each ( Coaxial / Optical )
External Speaker Out
1 each ( SL / SR / Woofer )
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Limited Warranty
Daewoo Electronics Corporation of America Inc. (also known as DECA) warrants this product to be free
from defects in material and workmanship and agrees to remedy any such defect.
This warranty covers 1 year labor and 1 year parts from the date of original purchase.
This warranty applies only to product purchased from authorized DECA dealer and used within the
boundaries of U.S.A.
This warranty does not apply to product that has been improperly installed, subjected to usage for which
the product was not designed, misused or abused, damaged during transportation, or which has been
altered or repaired in any way that affects the reliability or detracts from its performance.
How you get warranty service
Warranty service can only be provided by an authorized DECA service center. For the closest authorized
service center to you, please contact your Dealer. In order to receive warranty service you must provide
the authorized service center with a copy of proof of purchase, signifying the date of purchase and the
name of the Dealer from whom you purchased the product.
Statutory warranties
The purchase may have rights under existing provincial or federal laws, and where any terms of this
warranty are prohibited by such laws, they are deemed null and void, but the remainder of the warranty
shall remain in effect.
If you require further assistance, please call:
1-800-DAEWOO-8
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Visit us on the web at:
http://www.daewoo-digital.com
Daewoo Electronics Corporation of America
120 Chubb Avenue
Lyndhurst, NJ 07071
S/N : 48586110E101-R1