Magnavox 37MF437B - LCD TV - 1080p User manual

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37MF337B/37MF437B
42MF337B/42MF437B
LCD TV
Quick Use Guide Inside!
Guide d’usage Rapide Incluse!
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For Customer Use / À l’usage du client /
Para Uso del Cliente
Model/Modle/ModeloNo. :
Serial/Srie/Serie No.
:
P41TL013-813-1A
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Best
HDMI
Supérieure
HDMI
La mejor
HDMI
High-Definition Multimedia
Interface provides an uncompressed, all-digital audio/video
connection. HDMI provides the
ultimate connection (Please use
a certified HDMI cable.)
l’interface HDMI (High-Definition
Multimedia Interface) Propose une
connexion décompressée audio/
vidéo entièrement numérique.
HDMI propose l’ultime connexion
(Veuillez utiliser un câble HDMI
certifié).
La interfaz multimedia de alta
definición (HDMI, por sus siglas en
inglés) proporciona una conexión de
audio/video completamente digital
sin comprimir. La HDMI proporciona
la mejor conexión (Sírvase utilizar un
cable HDMI certificado).
Better
Component Video input
Excellente
Entrée vidéo composant
Mejor
Entrada de video componente
Provides superior picture
quality by separating the green,
blue and red luminance signals.
Typically used with red/white
audio cables.
Fournit une qualité d’image
supérieure en séparant les signaux
de luminance vert, bleu et rouge.
Utilisée généralement avec les
câbles audio rouge/blanc.
Remarque: l’entrée vidéo composant aparaît sur le tableau de
connexions comme YPbPr.
Proporciona calidad de imagen
superior al separar las señales de
luminancia verde, azul y roja. Se usa
normalmente con cables de audio
rojo/blanco.
Nota: La entrada de video
componente se muestra en el panel
de conexión como YPbPr.
Good
S-Video
Bonne
S-Vidéo
Buena
S-Video
Suppplies a better picture than
RF and Composite connections. Used with red/white
audio cables.
Fournit une meilleure image que
les connexions RF et composite.
Utilisée avec les câbles audio
rouge/blanc.
Brinda una mejor imagen que las
conexiones RF y compuestas. Se usa
con cables de audio rojo/blanco.
Basic
Composite Audio/Video
De base
Audio/Vidéo
Composite
Básica
Audio/Video Compuesto
RF
RF
RF
Provides a basic connection
for antenna or cable. Provides
both audio and video.
Fournit une connexion de base
pour l’antenne ou le service et la
vidéo.
Proporciona una conexión de antena
o cable básica. Suministra audio y
video.
Separate video (yellow) and
audio (red/white) cables that
provide a basic connection
from the cable box and other
devices. Note: The color of audio inputs may differ, e.g. red/
white or red/ black.
Cover & Connection 1
Cables de video (amarillo) y audio
(rojo/blanco), que proporcionan una
Câbles vidéo (jaune) et audio
(rouge/blanc) séparés fournissant conexión básica de la caja de cable y
une connexion de base à partir
otros dispositivos.
du boîtier de connexion et autres Nota: El color de las entradas de audispositifs. Remarque: La couleur dio puede diferir, por ej., rojo/blanco
des entrées audio peut varier, par o rojo/negro.
ex. rouge/blanc ou rouge/noir.
37”
AC IN
AC IN
VGA
L
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
VIDEO
IN
AV1
R
PC IN
42”
S-VIDEO
AV1
AC IN
37MF337B / 37MF437B
42MF337B / 42MF437B
AC IN
HDMI2
HDMI1
VGA
AUDIO IN
L
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
VIDEO
IN
AV1
R
PC IN
S-VIDEO
AV2
AV3
AC In
HDMI 1, HDMI 2
PC - VGA, Audio
SPDIF output (Digital Only)
AV3 - Composite Video, (Video In)
S-Video, Audio L/R input
AV2 - Component Video (YPbPr),
Audio L/R input
AV1 - Component Video (YPbPr),
Audio L/R input
75 / RF
Entrée CA
HDMI 1, HDMI 2
Ordinateur - VGA, Audio
Sortie SPDIF (numérique seulement)
AV3 - Vidéo composite (entrée Vidéo)
S-vidéo, entrée audio G/D
AV2 - Vidéo composante (YPbPr),
Entrée audio G/D
AV1 - Vidéo composante (YPbPr),
Entrée audio G/D
75 / RF
Entrada CA
HDMI 1, HDMI 2
PC - VGA, Audio
Salida SPDIF (Digital Solamente)
AV3 - Video Compuesto, (Video In)
S-Video, Entrada de Audio Izq. /Der.
AV2 - Video por Componente (YPbPr),
Entrada de Audio Izq. /Der.
AV1 - Video por Componente (YPbPr),
Entrada de Audio Izq. /Der.
75 / RF
Side AV Earphone,
Composite Video, (Video In)
Audio L/R input
S-Video
Side AV Écouteurs,
Vidéo composite (entrée Vidéo)
Entrée audio G/D
S-vidéo
Side AV Audífono,
Video Compuesto, (Video In)
Entrada de Audio Izq. /Der.
S-Video
Cover & Connection 2
1
Set-Top Box to TV
Boîtier de décodage
vers téléviseur
De la caja superior
o caja de cable al TV
HDMI
OR/OU/O
HDMI2
HDMI1
RF
C
2
DVD Player/Recorder to TV
Lecteur DVD/Enregistreur
DVD vers téléviseur
Del reproductor o grabador
de DVD al TV
HDMI
Cover & Connection 3
HDMI2
HDMI1
VGA
PC IN
3
DVD Player or Recorder toTV
Lecteur DVD ou Enregistreur
vers téléviseur
Del reproductor o
grabador de DVD alTV
AC IN
HDMI2
HDMI1
VGA
L
S-VIDEO
Pb
Pr
L
R
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
AV1
AV2
AV3
Component Video Input
/Entrée vidéo composant
/Entrada de video
componente
4
Y
VIDEO
IN
R
PC IN
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
AV1
AV2
DVD Player/Recorder/VCR to TV
Lecteur DVD/Enregistreur
DVD/Magnétoscope vers
téléviseur
AC IN
HDMI2
HDMI1
VGA
L
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
VIDEO
IN
AV1
R
PC IN
S-VIDEO
AV2
AV3
Del reproductor/grabador de
DVD/VCR al TV
VGA
L
VIDEO
IN
R
S-VIDEO
PC IN
S-Video
/S-Vidéo
/S-Video
You can connect this input by AV3 or Side AV.
Vous pouvez connecter cette entrée par AV3 ou AV latéral.
Puede conectar esta entrada por medio del conector AV3
o el conector lateral AV.
Cover & Connection 4
AV3
5
DVD Player/Recorder/VCR
to TV
Lecteur DVD/Enregistreur
DVD/Magnétoscope vers
téléviseur
Del reproductor/grabador de
DVD/VCR al TV
AC IN
HDMI2
HDMI1
VGA
L
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
VIDEO
IN
S-VIDEO
AV3
VGA
L
VIDEO
IN
R
PC IN
S-VIDEO
AV3
Composite Audio-video
/Audio-Vidéo composite
/Audio-Video compuesto
You can connect this input by AV3 or Side AV.
Vous pouvez connecter cette entrée par AV3 ou AV latéral.
Puede conectar esta entrada por medio del conector AV3
o el conector lateral AV.
6
Video Camera /Games
Console to TV
Caméra vidéo/Console de
jeux vers téléviseur
De la cámara de video/
Consola de juegos al TV
AC IN
HDMI2
HDMI1
VGA
L
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
VIDEO
IN
S-VIDEO
AV3
L
VIDEO
IN
R
PC IN
S-VIDEO
AV3
You can connect this input by AV3 or Side AV.
Vous pouvez connecter cette entrée par AV3
ou AV latéral.
Puede conectar esta entrada por medio del
conector AV3 o el conector lateral AV.
Cover & Connection 5
AV1
R
PC IN
VGA
Composite Audio-video
/Audio-Vidéo composite
/Audio-Video compuesto
AV1
R
PC IN
AV2
AV2
7
Audio to Hi-fi System (Digital)
Audio vers chaîne haute fidélité (Numérique)
Audio al sistema Hi-fi (Digital)
L
VIDEO
IN
R
S-VIDEO
SPDIF
AV3
8
PC connects to TV (as PC monitor)
L’ordinateur se connecte sur un téléviseur
(en tant que moniteur d’ordinateur)
El computador (PC) se conecta al televisor
(como monitor del computador).
HDMI1
PC IN
VGA
Cover & Connection 6
VGA
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Registering your model with MAGNAVOX makes you eligible for all of the valuable benefits listed below, so don’t miss out. Complete
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*Proof of Purchase
Returning the enclosed card
guarantees that your date of
purchase will be on file, so no
additional paperwork will be
required from you to obtain
warranty service.
*Additional Benefits
*Product Safety
Notification
By registering your product, you’ll
receive notification directly from
the manufacturer - in the rare
case of a product recall or safety
defect.
Know these
Registering your product
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of the privileges to which you’re
entitled, including special
money-saving offers.
safety symbols
Congratulations on your purchase,
and welcome to the “family!”
This “bolt of lightning” indicates
uninsulated material within your unit
may cause an electrical shock. For the safety of
everyone in your household, please do not remove product covering.
Dear MAGNAVOX product owner:
Thank you for your confidence in
MAGNAVOX. You’ve selected one of the
best-built, best-backed products available today. We’ll
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your purchase for many years to come.
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features for which you should read the enclosed literature closely to prevent operating
and maintenance problems.
As a member of the MAGNAVOX “family,” you’re
entitled to protection by one of the most
comprehensive warranties and outstanding service
networks in the industry. What’s more, your purchase
guarantees you’ll receive all the information and
special offers for which you qualify, plus easy access
to accessories from our convenient home shopping
network.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or
electric shock, this apparatus should not be
exposed to rain or moisture and objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, should not be placed
on this apparatus.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match
wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert.
Most importantly, you can count on our
uncompromising commitment to your total
satisfaction.
ATTENTION: Pour éviter les choc
électriques, introduire la lame la plus large de la
fiche dans la borne correspondante de la prise et
pousser jusqu’au fond.
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Enter below the Serial No. which is located
on the rear of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
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Serial No. _______________________
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read before operating equipment
1.
2.
3.
4.
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15.
16. Tilt/Stability - All televisions must comply with
recommended international global safety standards for tilt
and stability properties of its cabinet design.
• Do not compromise these design standards by applying
excessive pull force to the front, or top, of the cabinet
which could ultimately overturn the product.
• Also, do not endanger yourself, or children, by placing
electronic equipment/toys on the top of the cabinet. Such
items could unsuspectingly fall from the top of the set and
cause product damage and/or personal injury.
17. Wall or Ceiling Mounting - The appliance should be
mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the
manufacturer.
18. Power Lines - An outdoor antenna should be located away
from power lines.
19. Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antenna is
connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage
surges and built up static charges.
Section 810 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA
No. 70-1984, provides information with respect to proper
grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of
grounding connectors, location of antenna-discharge unit,
connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for
the grounding electrode. See Figure below.
20. Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that
objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings.
21. Battery Usage CAUTION - To prevent battery leakage
that may result in bodily injury, property damage, or
damage to the unit:
• Install all batteries correctly, with + and - aligned as
marked on the unit.
• Do not mix batteries (old and new or carbon and
alkaline, etc.).
• Remove batteries when the unit is not used for a long
time.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and third grounding prong. The wide blade or third
prong are provided for your safety. When the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the
cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has
been spilled or objects have fallen into apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should be
serviced by qualified service personnel when:
A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged;
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the
appliance;
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain
D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or
exhibits a marked change in performance;
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.
Note to the CATV system installer: This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article
820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
Example of Antenna Grounding as
per NEC - National Electric Code
GROUND CLAMP
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE
ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250, PART H)
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Precaution
ADDITIONAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• ENSURE that LCD TV stand is tightened properly to the set on the right way of tightening of
the screw of the stand to the set. Improper tightening of screw may render the set unsafe.
• If LCD TV is installed on the wall, installation should be carried out by qualified servicemen. Improper or incorrect
installation may render the set unsafe.
• Disconnect main plug when :
— cleaning the TV screen, never use abrasive cleaning agents.
— there is a lightning storm.
— the set is left unattended for a prolonged period of time.
• Do not shift or move the LCD TV around when it is powered on.
• Do not touch, push or rub the surface of the LCD screen with any sharp or hard objects.
• When the surface of the LCD screen becomes dusty, wipe it gently with an absorbent cotton cloth or
other soft material like chamois. DO NOT USE acetone, toluene or alcohol to clean the surface of the screen.
These chemicals will cause damage to the surface.
• Wipe off water or saliva as soon as possible. These liquids can cause deformation and color fading of the
LCD screen when left exposed for some time.
• Be careful of condensation when temperature changes occur. Condensation can cause damage to the LCD
screen and electrically parts. After condensation fades, spots or blemishes will be present on the LCD screen.
POSITIONING THE LCD TELEVISION
• Place the LCD TV on a solid, sturdy base or stand. Be sure the stand is strong enough to handle the weight of
the LCD TV.
• Try to leave at least 6” of space around each side of the LCD TV cabinet to allow for proper ventilation.
• Do not place the LCD TV near a radiator or other sources of heat.
• Do not place the LCD TV where it can be exposed to rain or excessive moisture.
RECYCLING PROCEDURE/END OF LIFE DISPOSAL
• To minimize harm to the environment, the batteries supplied with the LCD TV do not contain mercury or
nickel cadmium. If possible, when disposing of batteries, use recycling means available in your area.
• The LCD TV uses materials that can be recycled. To minimize the amount of waste in the environment, check
your area for companies that will recover used televisions for dismantling and collection of reusable
materials, or contact your dealer for TV recycling tips.
• Please dispose of the carton and packing material through the proper waste disposal management in your
area.
This product contains mercury and must be recycled or disposed of according to local, state or federal laws.
As this material maybe regulated due to environmental considerations, please contact you local authorities or the
Electronic Industries Alliance: www.eiae.org.
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Contents
Help
If this User Manuel does not provide an
answer or if the “Trouble Shooting Tips” do
not solve your TV problem, you can call the
Magnavox Customer Care Center at
1 800 705 2000.
Please have your model and serial number of
your TV before making this call. You can find
your TV’s model and serial number located
on a sticker on the front of this User Manual
or on the back side of the TV.
Model: 37MF337B, 37MF437B,
42MF337B, 42MF437B
Serial No:
Care of the screen See Tips, p. 32
End of life directives - Recycling
Magnavox has paid a lot of attention to
producing an environmentally friendly product.
Your new TV contains several materials that can
be recycled for new uses. At the end of its life,
specialized companies can dismantle and recycle
this set. This will minimize the amount of
materials being disposed of. Please be sure to
dispose of this set in accordance with all state
and local regulations. Like all LCD products, this
set contains a lamp with Mercury, please dispose
of according to all Local, State and Federal laws.
ENERGY STAR
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Magnavox has
determined this product meets the ENERGY
STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
ENERGY STAR® is a U.S. registered mark. Using
products with ENERGY STAR® label can save
energy. Saving energy reduces air pollution and
lowers utility bills.
Welcome/registration of your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . 2
Precaution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Wall mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Use of the remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Buttons on the top of the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
To use the menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
11
How to navigate through the Settings menu
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
TV menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
12
Installation
12
Select the menu language
12
Store TV channels
13
Weak channel installation
14
Source, Analog Audio In, Clock
15
Reset AV settings
16
Features menu
19
Picture menu
20
Sound menu
22
Parental Control menu
PC menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
26
Installation
27
Picture menu
28
Sound menu
Record with your recorder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
29
Record a TV program
To select connected devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Trouble shooting tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Glossary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Care and cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Regulatory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Limited warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. ‘Dolby’ and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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Preparation
1
Do not insert the power plug in a wall socket before
all connections are made.
Place the TV on a solid surface.
For ventilation, leave at least 4” to 6” free all around the TV. Do
not place the TV on a carpet. To prevent any unsafe
situations, no naked flame sources, such as lighted candles,
should be placed in the vicinity. Avoid heat, direct sunlight and
exposure to rain or water. The equipment shall not be exposed
to dripping or splashing.
Mounting the TV on the wall
This TV set complies with the VESA standard for wall mounting.
Refer to specification page 35 for detail.
Caution: Installing the TV requires special skills that should
only be performed by qualified personnel. You should not
attempt to do the work yourself. Magnavox bears no
responsibility for improper mounting or mounting that
results in accident or injury.
Make sure that the wall mount is being fixed securely enough so
that it meets safety standards.
ANTENNA
ANTENNA
2
Basic connections to the TV
Your integrated digital TV automatically decodes and
displays the four basic DTV picture resolution standards.
- SDTV (Standard Definition TV) are broadcast as 480i
(480-line interlaced) or 480p (480-line progressive scan)
video.
- HDTV (High-Definition TV) are broadcast either in the
1080i or 720p formats, always with a widescreen picture.
Note: Progressive scan video (p) is more like what you see in a
movie theater. Images are much more distinct, free of flicker
and motion is smoother.
CABLE
CABLE
CABLE OR ANTENNA
CABLE OR ANTENNA
75
75
Your TV has an integrated HDTV tuner, which receives and
decodes terrestrial ATSC and unscrambled cable (QAM)
signals and displays them. There are two ways to obtain
HDTV content:
- through a cable provider
- through an antenna.
Note: Use the illustrations on the left for cable or Antenna
connections.
ANTENNA
ANTENNA
CABLE
CABLE
HDMI 1
HDMI 1
IN
H DM I 2
CABLE OR ANTENNA
H DM I 2
CABLE OR ANTENNA
OUTPUT
/OUT
IN
(TO TV)
OUTPUT
/OUT
(TO TV)
75
2
75
3 2
3
5
75
- Cable TV
Connect the cable TV signal to the CABLE/
jack at the bottom of the TV.
ANTENNA 75
See page 12 for details on using Autoprogram to store
channels in the TV’s memory.
Note: This connection will supply stereo sound to the TV if
the station you are viewing broadcasts stereo sound.
- Cable box with RF IN/OUT
ANTENNA
CABLE
HDMI 1
CABLE OR ANTENNA
75
OUTPUT
/OUT
(TO TV)
IN
H DM I 2
2
3
• Connect the incoming cable TV signal to the cable IN
jack on the back of the cable box.
• Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) from the TO TV
jack on the back of the cable box to the CABLE/
jack
at the bottom of the TV.
ANTENNA 75
Note: Your cable box may have a different label for the TO
TV jack. Commonly used labels include OUTPUT or OUT.
• Set the OUTPUT CH switch
on the cable box to CH
3 or 4 (whichever is correct for your cable box), Next,
tune the TV to the corresponding channel. Once
tuned, change channels using the cable box, not the TV.
Note: This connection will not supply stereo sound to the TV. The
reason is that the RF output on a cable box - labeled TO TV, OUT
or OUTPUT for example - will not send a stereo signal to the tuner
(VHF/UHF) input on a TV.
Cable box
ANTENNA
- Cable box with A/V outputs
HDMI2
HDMI1
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OUT
Cable box
Watching cable TV programs that don’t
require the use of a cable box.
Since you’ve connected the cable TV signal
directly to the TV’s tuner, you can also watch
unscrambled programs by simply tuning to
the desired channel; however, you must first use
Auto program to store available channels in the
TV’s memory. (p. 12)
Note: This connection will supply stereo sound to the
TV if the station you are viewing broadcasts stereo
sound.
• Connect the incoming cable TV signal to a signal
splitter (not supplied). The signal splitter enables you to avoid
having to use the TO TV jack on the back of the cable box.
This jack will not supply stereo sound to the TV.
Note: Your cable box may have a different label for the TO
TV jack. Commonly used labels include OUTPUT or OUT.
• Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) to a connector on
the signal splitter and to the CABLE/ANTENNA 75
jack
on the TV.
• Connect another coaxial cable (not supplied) to a
connector on the signal splitter and to the cable IN jack
on the back of the cable box.
• Connect A/V cables (not supplied) to the VIDEO IN and
AUDIO L and R outputs on the back of the cable box
and to the AV3 video (labeled VIDEO IN) and AUDIO
on the back of the TV.
(labeled L and R) jacks
• To view programs from your cable box, first press the
SOURCE button on the remote control.
• Press the cursor down or up buttons until the AV3 signal
source is selected.
• Press the OK button to confirm your selection. The AV3
input source becomes current for the viewing of cable TV
programs through your cable box.
Note: If your cable box audio/video outputs do not supply
video and stereo audio to the TV, you will need to make the
connection shown above in “Cable box with RF IN/OUT.
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- Cable box with S-Video, component video (YPbPr)
or HDMI connectors
ANTENNA
See “Cover and connection”
CABLE
- Antenna
Through an antenna, you can watch any HDTV programs
that are broadcast in your area without paying fees.
If you’re not sure what HDTV programming is available in
your area, contact your local content provider or your
local electronics retailer.
Broadcasters are currently transitioning from analog to digital
TV. This means that a given broadcaster will have two
channels on the air, one analog and one digital.
Connect the incoming antenna signal to the CABLE/
jack at the bottom of the TV.
ANTENNA 75
See page 12 for details on using Autoprogram to store
channels in the TV’s memory.
Note: This connection will supply stereo sound to the TV if it is
being broadcast by the station you are watching.
CABLE OR ANTENNA
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- Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS)
ANTENNA
CABLE
HDMI 1
OUTPUT
/OUT
(TO TV)
H DM I 2
CABLE OR ANTENNA
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Note: The
IN first time
(and only the first3time) you turn on your set
you see an installation introduction screen. The
installation procedure consists of a series
box you through the process.
of screensCable
that guide
1 After an introduction screen, you are asked to
select a language of the TV’s on-screen menus.
2 Press the cursor up/down to highlight your
language.
(The text of the header and the info on screen
continuously change language.)
3 Press the OK button.
4 Follow the on-screen instructions to proceed.
Satellite systems offer many of the same premium channels
available on cable systems, often at a lower price. To view
these channels, you’ll need to install a small dish antenna
outside your home.
The two main DBS systems, DirecTV and DishNetwork,
require separate, proprietary set-top receiver boxes to
decode their signals and send them to your digital TV set.
These boxes may include a digital TV tuner for off-air DTV
broadcasts.
Satellite broadcasters also provide major local channels,
depending on the market in which you live.
DBS also provides service in areas not covered by cable
because they are in rural areas or other areas not passed by a
cable line.
DBS also allows you to watch pay-per-view events.
3 To connect accessory devices, see Cover and Connection.
4 Refer to the bottom of the set (Model label) for the
correct operation voltage.
Insert the power cord into the wall socket.
Consult your local dealer if your main power supply voltage is
different than that indicated for the TV. Never place the TV
on top of the (AC) cord. Placing the TV on top of the AC cord
could cause a fire or electric shock.
5 Remote control:
Insert the two supplied AAA batteries.
The batteries supplied do not contain the heavy metals mercury
and cadmium. Please determine and comply with local
regulations when disposing of depleted batteries.
6 Turn the TV on:
Press the power switch at the front side of the TV. An
indicator on the front of the TV lights up.
Press the POWER button or the CH + / - button on the
remote control.
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Use of the remote control
Note: Pressing most buttons once will activate the assigned function. Pressing a second time will de-activate it.
When a button enables multiple options, a small list will be shown. Press repeatedly to select the next item in the list.
The list will be removed automatically after six seconds or press OK to remove immediately.
POWER
Press to turn on/off the TV from or to standby
mode.
Note: The TV is never powered off
completely unless it is physically unplugged.
Color buttons
When functions attached to the color
buttons are active or selected, the color
buttons are shown on screen.
INFO button
Display information: Press to display
(when available) information about the
selected TV channel and program or
accessory device.
To add or remove a channel in the favorite list
of TV channels.
SOURCE
Press this button repeatedly to select TV, AV1,
AV2, AV3, HDMI1, HDMI2, Side or PC. When
in TV mode, according to where you connected
the accessory devices. (see Cover and
Connection)
VOL +/- Volume
Press + or - to adjust the volume.
VIEW
To display a list of all channels marked as
favorite (incl. subchannels).
Sleep button
Press to set the LCD TV to turn itself off
within a certain time.
CC button (Close Caption)
Press the CC button to select CC On, Off
or On during mute.
Prev CH
Press to alternate between the
currently viewed channel and the
previously viewed channel.
SAP button (Second Audio Program)
Press to select a Audio Program if
available with the TV programming:
Main, or SAP.
Note: With Digital signal, user can choose different languages.
Dot button
Use the dot for digital channels.
CH +/Channel selection
-To browse through the TV channels or
sources stored in the preferred channel list
(see p. 18).
-To select between Antenna or Cable TV
channels, first make your selection in the
Settings menu, see, p. 12.
Note: You don’t have to start the installation
again once you have searched for and stored
the available TV channels.
MENU/EXIT
Press menu to activate on screen menu
on/off.
OK
- to activate a setting
- to display the list of channels stored
(according to the selection made in the
Installation mode (Antenna or Cable),
p.13.
MUTE
Interrupt the sound or restore it.
FREEZE
To freeze the picture on the screen, press
freeze button. To release, press FREEZE button
again.
Smart Sound button
Press repeatedly to select among the three
settings; Personal, Speech, Movies.
Format
Please refer to page 9.
Smart Picture button
Press repeatedly to select among
Personal, Rich, Natural, Soft,
or Power saver settings.
Clock
Please refer to page 14.
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FORMAT
Press this button to display a list of available display formats.
Available display formats are determined by the type of signal you
are receiving.
To choose the display format you prefer, press the FORMAT
button repeatedly:
Automatic, Super Zoom, 4:3, Movie expand
14:9, Movie expand 16:9, 16:9 subtitle and widescreen.
Automatic
Super zoom
4:3
Movie expand 16:9
16:9 subtitle
Widescreen
Movie expand 14:9
Super Zoom, Movie expand 14:9, Movie expand 16:9 and
16:9 subtitle makes the picture fill the screen as much as
possible. It is recommended to press the cursor up/down key to
adjust the picture position on the screen.
Super zoom removes the black bars on the sides of 4:3
programs with minimal distortion. When in the Expand 4:3,
Compress 16:9, HD 4:3, Movie expand 14:9, Movie expand 16:9 or
Super zoom picture format, you can make subtitles visible with the
cursor up/down.
Note: Not all screen formats are available when displaying HD sources.
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Buttons on the top of the TV
Should your remote be lost or broken you can still change some
of the basic settings with the buttons on the top of your TV.
Press the power switch to switch the TV on.
Press:
•the + VOL -button to adjust volume;
•the + CH -buttons to select the TV channels or sources.
The MENU button can be used to display the Settings menu
without the remote control. MENU button can also Exit the
menu.
Use:
•the + VOL - buttons and the + CH - buttons to select menu
items in the directions as shown;
•the + VOL button to confirm your selection.
Power
Power
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To use the menus
Introduction
When you use a menu or take an action, convenient instructions, help texts and messages will be displayed on your TV.
Please, follow the displayed instructions and read the help text on the specific item highlighted.
The color buttons perform different actions, when using on screen menu. By pressing the corresponding color button on
the remote control to perform the required action when using these menus.
How to navigate through the Settings menus
Settings
Picture
Picture
Smart picture
Sound
Contrast
Features
Brightness
Parental Control
Color
Installation
Sharpness
Exit
Settings
Picture
Color temperature
Picture
Smart
Tint picture
Sound
Contrast
Noise
reduction
Features
Info
Brightness
Parental Control
Color
Installation
Sharpness
Exit
Color temperature
Tint
Info
Picture
Smart picture
Smart picture
Personal
Contrast
50
Rich
Brightness
50
Natural
Color
50
Soft
Sharpness
Settings
1
Power saver
3
Personal
Picture
Color
temperature
Smart picture
Contrast
Noise reduction
501
Rich
Brightness
Info
50
Natural
Color
50
Soft
Sharpness
1
Color temperature
Tint
3
Noise reduction
1
Info
• Press the MENU button on the remote control to
display the Settings menu.
- Use cursor up/down to highlight and select a menu item
on the left panel.
The right panel shows the content of the menu you have
highlighted in the left panel.
Note: Sometimes not all the menu items are visible on the
screen. Use cursor down to scroll down to additional items.
Noise reduction
Settings
Smart
Tint picture
The Settings menu allows you to access and change
settings and preferences settings.
Power saver
- Use the cursor right to enter the right panel.
The content of the right panel is moved to the left panel
and the right panel shows the content of the newly
highlighted item in the left panel.
Note: In some cases, you will want to watch the picture on
your screen while adjusting settings. This means that when the
highlight is on the right side panel, the other menu items are
hidden. When the cursor left is pressed again, the hidden
menu items re-appear and the highlight moves to the left
panel.
• Press the cursor left to go one menu level up again.
- Press the OK button on the highlighted item to activate
and to dismiss the menu.
- Press the MENU button again to exit the Settings menu.
Note: The menu is also dismissed by pressing one of the color
buttons (if present) referring to certain actions which may be
executed.
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TV menu-Installation
Select the menu language
Settings
Installation
Language
Language
English
Autoprogram
Français
Source
Español
Clock
Weak channel installation
Current software info
Reset AV settings
Press the MENU button on the remote control.
Use the cursor down to select Installation in the Settings menu.
Use the cursor right to enter the Installation menu.
Select Language and enter the list of available languages with the
cursor right.
5 Select your preferred language with the cursor up/down and press
the OK button to confirm your selection.
6 Proceed with the Installation menu.
1
2
3
4
Store TV channels
Info
1 Select Autoprogram in the Installation menu.
2 Use the cursor right to enter the Autoprogram menu.
3 Select Cable or Antenna in the Installation mode.
Settings I Installation
Antenna
Autoprogram
Antenna
Start now
Cable
Info
Television Installation
You can now start automatic installation. This
procedure can take more than half an hour.
Previous
Start
When Antenna is selected, the TV will detect antenna
signals and will search for antenna TV (NTSC and ATSC) channels
available in your local area.
When Cable is selected, the TV will detect cable company
supplied signals and will search for cable TV (NTSC, ATSC, QAM
modulated) channels available in your area.
Make sure that registration with your cable TV provider and
connection of equipment are completed.
4 Select Start now with the cursor right key.
5 Press the OK button.
6 Press the green button “Start” to start Autoprogramming. The
menu screen disappears and the progress of Autoprogramming
is displayed. The progress bar indicates the number of analog and
digital TV channels found.
Auto programming may take up to 20 minutes to complete. Digital
channels will take longer than Analog to find and program. Please
wait until you see the Auto Programming complete message. The
TV will then switch automatically to the first channel found.
Note: All channels must be unlocked in order to autoprogram. If
requested, enter your PIN code to unlock all channels. (p. 25)
Notes:
• When you have locked TV channels before initiating Autoprogram, a message appears asking to enter your PIN code in
order to complete Autoprogramming.
• When channel update is interrupted, the new updated channel information is retained along with the old un-updated
channel information.
• Channel information about an ATSC channel is updated only for the ATSC channel currently tuned.
• If an NTSC channel is tuned, then in Background Autoprogramming the TV will scan all the possible ATSC frequencies
and update information.
• Weak channel installation allows you to manually tune weak ATSC channels in order to adjust the antenna and thus
optimize signal quality for that channel. (See Installation menu, Weak channel installation, p. 13.)
• Once you have searched for the available Antenna as well as the Cable TV channels, they are stored in the memory.
• If Antenna/cable signal is interrupted more than 30 minutes, TV will go into off mode. You are requested to press Power button
or CH + / - button to turn on the TV.
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Channel tuning
Available channels:
- Cable (analog NTSC or digital QAM)
- Terrestrial (analog NTSC or digital ATSC)
If a tuned channel is not yet in the master channel map, the TV
will attempt to tune to the channel and it will be added to the
map.
If the channel is not acquired, a message will appear reporting
that the channel is not available. When you tune an audio-only
digital subchannel, a display appears with the message Audio only.
Note: Subchannel selections
Note: Digital Channel selection delay
Due to the tuning complexity of subchannel
digital programming, the time to select and view
a digital channel may take slightly longer than
what the viewer is normally accustomed to (as
compared to analog channel programs).
Digital channel broadcasts contain program and
system data information that must be processed
before the channel selection can be displayed.
The new standards employed with digital broadcasting make it possible
to receive multiple program channels under a single major channel
number which can be selected by pressing the digit remote control
direct-access channel number entry.
Important:
After the installation of the TV channels is completed, always
make a selection in the Installation menu between Antenna or
Cable whether you want to watch Antenna TV channels or Cable
TV channels.
If you make use of a signal splitter do not forget to put the switch
in the corresponding position.
Weak channel installation
Settings
Installation
Weak channel installation
Language
2
Autoprogram
3
Source
4
Clock
5
Weak channel installation
6
Current software info
7
Reset AV settings
8
9
Info
Antenna reception for broadcast channels may vary. If you are
having difficulties acquiring weaker signals, we suggest you use:
Weak Signal Installation feature.
Here’s how:
1 In the antenna mode, select a channel from the displayed list of
TV channels. Select the “Start” by pressing red button on the
remote control; TV set will detect the signal.
2 The signal strength is continuously displayed and updated as you
rotate the antenna.
When strength is enough to identify, user can store the
channel in the channel list by pressing green button on the
remote control.
Settings
Installation
Current software info
Language
FXXXXXXXXX CPT Demo
Autoprogram
Current software info
This menu will appear with your TV software information.
Source
Clock
Weak channel installation
Current software info
Reset AV settings
Info
1 Press the MENU button on the remote control.
2 Use the cursor down to select Installation in the Settings menu.
3 Using the cursor up/down to choose Current software info
the TV software information is displayed.
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Source
Settings
Installation
Source
Language
TV
Autoprogram
AV1
Source
AV2
Clock
AV3
Weak channel installation
HDMI1
Current software info
HDMI2
Reset AV settings
Side
This menu allows you to identify the accessory devices you have
connected to the external inputs/outputs.
1 Select Source in the Installation menu.
2 Press the cursor right to enter the list, and press up/down key to
the selected input.
3 Press OK button to confirm.
PC
Info
Analog Audio In
Settings
Installation
Clock
Language
HDMI2
HDMI1
L
VIDEO
IN
VGA
Autoprogram
Source
--
R
PC IN
:
--
S-VIDEO
Clock
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
Pr
L
R
AM
Y
Pb
AV1
If your accessory device has a DVI output connector, only the
video signal is transmitted in digital format. To input an audio signal,
please connect the analog audio L and R outputs to the TV’s L and
R AV3 audio input plugs.
AV2
AV3
HDMI
Digital Audio Out
Weak channel installation
Current software info
Reset AV settings
DVI
AV3:
Audio L/R
Info
Settings
Installation
Source
Language
TV
AV1
Autoprogram
Settings
Source
Installation
Clock
L
DVI
R
AV2
In addition to accepting audio input through HDMI, the TV can
output Digital audio through the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(SPDIF OUT) connector to an external amplifier or receiver.
If your amplifier or receiver has a matching connector for Digital
Audio In, you can connect it with a single cable to the TV’s
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (SPDIF OUT). See Cover and Connection.
Reset AV settings
AV3
Language
Weak channel installation
HDMI1
Autoprogram
Current software info
Start
now
HDMI2
Source
Reset AV settings
Side
Clock
PC
Weak
Info channel installation
Current software info
Reset AV settings
Clock
Info
Settings
Installation
Clock
This allows you to use your TV as a clock.
Language
Autoprogram
--
:
--
AM
Source
Clock
1 Press the MENU button on the remote control.
2 Use the cursor down to select Installation in the Settings menu.
3 Press the cursor right to enter the list, and press up/down key to
set the time. (hour/ minute/ AM or PM)
Weak channel installation
Current software info
4 Press OK button to confirm.
Reset AV settings
Info
Settings
Installation
Reset AV settings
Language
Autoprogram
Start now
Source
Clock
Weak channel installation
Current software info
Reset AV settings
Info
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Info
Reset AV settings
Settings
Installation
Reset AV settings
Language
Autoprogram
Source
Clock
Weak channel installation
Current software info
Reset AV settings
This function allows you to reset most of the picture and sound
settings to their default factory levels.
Start now
1 Select Reset AV settings with the cursor down key.
2 Press the cursor right key.
3 Press the OK button to erase settings and reset them to their
default values.
Info
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TV menu-Features
Features menu
Settings
Features
Picture
Closed captions
Sound
Caption service
Features
Digital caption service
Parental Control
Digital caption options
Installation
Preferred channels
Exit
Sleeptimer
1 Select Features in the TV Settings menu.
2 Press the cursor right key to enter the features menu.
3 Select the menu items with the cursor up/down key and
adjust the settings with the cursor left/right key.
Closed captions
This displays the transmitted CC- or CS-text on the screen
according to your chosen CC or CS service in the Feature menu.
This text can either be permanently displayed (assuming that the
service is available in the broadcast) or only when mute is active.
Info
Settings
Features
Closed captions
Closed captions
Off
Caption service
On
Digital caption service
On during mute
1 Press the cursor right key after having selected Closed captions.
2 Select On, Off or On during mute.
Digital caption options
Preferred channels
Sleeptimer
Caption service
Info
Settings
Features
Caption service
Closed captions
CC-1
Caption service
CC-2
Digital caption service
CC-3
Digital caption options
CC-4
Preferred channels
T-1
Sleeptimer
T-2
3
T-3
T-4
Info
Note: The captions do not always use correct
spelling and grammar. Not all TV programs and
product commercials are made for broadcast with
Closed Caption informations included.
Refer to your area’s TV program listings for the TV
channels and times of Closed Caption
programming. Captioned programs are usually
noted in the TV listings with service marks such as
‘CC’.
This allows you to select the Closed Captions service levels of
analog broadcasting to be displayed.
Closed Captioning allows you to read the voice content of
television programs on the TV screen. Designed to help the
hearing impaired, this feature uses on-screen ‘text boxes’ to show
dialogue and conversations while the TV program is in progress.
Captions will appear on the screen during captioned broadcasts.
1 Select Captions service.
2 Press the cursor right key.
3 Select the desired Caption service:
3
• CC 1,2,3 or 4
Dialogue (and descriptions) for the action on the captioned TV
program shows on screen.
Usually CC1 is the most used. CC2 may be used for alternate
languages if they are being transmitted.
• T 1,2,3 or 4
Often used for channel guide, schedules, bulletin board
information for Closed Captions programs, news, weather
informations or stock market reports.
Not all Caption services are necessarily being used by a TV
channel during the transmission of a Closed Caption program.
4 See Closed Caption in the TV, Features menu, to turn the Caption
service On or Off.
Note: This television provides display of television closed captioning
conforming with the EIA-608 standard and in accordance with
Sections 15.119 of the FCC rules.
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Digital caption service
Settings
Features
Digital caption service
Closed captions
CS-1
Caption service
CS-2
Digital caption service
CS-3
Digital caption options
CS-4
Preferred channels
CS-5
Sleeptimer
CS-6
3
Info
Settings
Features
Digital caption options
Closed captions
Reset to default
Caption service
Size
Digital caption service
Style
Digital caption options
Text
Preferred channels
Background
3
Digital caption options
This allows you to modify how digital captions are displayed on
your TV. Select from the following options to change the visual
characteristics of your TV’s digital captioning.
Sleeptimer
Info
• Reset to default
Settings
Features
Closed captions
Preferred channels
X
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Select this option to reset the digital caption options to the
captions provider default settings.
Press the OK button to confirm.
2
Caption service
3
Digital caption service
4
Digital caption options
5
Preferred channels
6
Sleeptimer
7
• Size
Select this option to choose a caption display size according
to your own preference. Select Default (Automatic),
Small, Standard or Large and press the OK button to
confirm.
3
8
9
Info
• Style
Settings
Features
This allows you to configure the way you choose to view digital
captioning.
Select one of the digital service channels made available by the
caption provider.
There are six standard services. Service 1 is designated as the
Primary Caption Service. This service contains the verbatim, or
near-verbatim captions for the primary language being spoken
in the accompanying program audio.
Service 2 is designated as the Secondary Language Service.
This service contains captions in a secondary language, which
is a translation of the captions in the primary Caption Service.
The other service subchannels are not pre-assigned.
It is up to the discretion of the individual caption provider to
utilize the remaining service channels.
Sleeptimer
3
Closed captions
Select this option to choose a caption display font style
according to your own preference. Select Default, Mono
spaced serif, Serif, Monospaced sans serif, Sans serif,
Casual, Cursive or Small caps.
Caption service
Digital caption service
• Text
Digital caption options
Preferred channels
Sleeptimer
0
Select this option to choose caption display text box, text
color and/or the opacity according to your own preference.
Select a color and an opacity option.
Info
• Background
Select this option to choose caption display character back
ground color or one of the background opacity options
according to your own preference. Select a color and one of
the opacity options.
Note: Opacity is transparent (allowing light to pass through)
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Info
Preferred channels
Settings
Features
Closed captions
Preferred channels
X
A channel, when installed, is marked as preferred by default and
added to the channel list. This feature provides the ability to
remove a channel number from the channel list.
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2
Caption service
3
Digital caption service
4
Digital caption options
5
Preferred channels
6
Sleeptimer
7
Select Preferred channels with the cursor down key.
Press the cursor right key to enter a list with all stored
channel numbers.
3
3 Select the channel you want to remove with the cursor down key.
4 Press OK.
5 Repeat to remove other channels.
1
2
8
9
Info
Settings
Features
Sleeptimer
3
Closed captions
Caption service
This sets a time period after which the TV automatically turns to
standby.
Digital caption service
Digital caption options
Preferred channels
Sleeptimer
0
Info
Sleeptimer
1 Select Sleeptimer.
2 Press the cursor right key.
3 Select a value with the cursor up/down key. The list will have values
from Off to 180 minutes. When Off is selected, the sleeptimer is
turned off.
You can always turn off your TV earlier or select another time set.
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TV menu-Picture & Sound
Picture menu
Note: Some menu items are not available in case of HD sources.
Settings
Picture
Picture
Smart picture
Sound
Contrast
Features
Brightness
Parental Control
Color
Installation
Sharpness
Exit
Color temperature
1
2
3
4
Tint
Noise reduction
Select Picture in the TV Settings menu.
Press the cursor right key again to enter the Picture menu.
Select the menu items with the cursor up/down key.
Adjust the settings with the cursor left/right key or enter the list
of submenu items with the cursor right key. Select a submenu item
with the cursor up/down key.
Info
Smart picture
1
Select Smart picture to display a list of predefined picture
settings, each corresponding with specific factory settings.
Personal refers to the personal preference settings of picture in
the picture menu.
Note: This Magnavox TV has been set at the factory to look best in
bright store environments, which typically use fluorescent lighting. As your
home will likely not be as well lit as a store, we recommend that you
cycle through the various smart picture modes to find the one that best
suits your own viewing conditions. Most consumers will find that
Natural is the correct choice.
2
You can press the Smart picture button on the remote control
repeatedly to select either Personal, Rich, Natural, Soft, or Power
saver picture settings.
Note:
• When you watch programs by Composite Video signal, it’s
recommended to select Soft or Power saving Mode via Smart picture.
• The moment you are in a predefined Smart picture setting and you modify
the Picture menu, all values of the menu will overwrite those previously made
in personal setting.
Settings
Picture
Smart picture
Smart picture
Personal
Contrast
50
Rich
Brightness
50
Natural
Color
50
Soft
Sharpness
1
Power saver
Color temperature
Tint
3
Noise reduction
1
Info
Contrast
This will adjust the intensity of bright parts in the picture but keep
the dark parts unchanged.
Brightness
This will adjust the light output of the complete picture, which will
mainly affect the darker areas of the picture.
Color
This will adjust the saturation level of the colors to suit your
personal preference.
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Sharpness
This will adjust the sharpness of fine details in the picture.
Color temperature
This will increase or decrease Warm (red) and Cool (blue) colors
to suit personal preferences.
Select Cool to give the white colors a blue tint, Normal to give
the white colors a neutral tint, Warm to give the white colors a
red tint.
Tint
Allows you to select the picture‘s color mix or hue.
Noise Reduction
Reduce picture noise.
Dynamic contrast
Enhance contrast ratio.
Picture format
This menu item performs the same as the FORMAT button on the
remote control. See Use of the remote control, p.9.
Sound menu
Settings
Sound
Picture
Smart sound
Sound
Sound mode
Features
Alternate audio
Parental Control
Digital audio language
Installation
AVL
1 Select Sound in the TV Settings menu.
2 Press the cursor right key to enter the sound menu.
3 Select the menu items with the cursor up/down key and adjust the
settings with the cursor left/right key.
4 Remember, control settings are at normal mid-range levels when the
bar scale is entered.
Exit
Info
Smart sound
Select Smart sound to display a list of predefined sound settings,
each corresponding with specific factory settings of Treble and Bass.
Settings
Sound
Smart sound
Smart sound
Personal
Sound mode
Speech
Alternate audio
Movies
Digital audio language
AVL
3
1 Press the cursor right key to enter the list.
2 Press the cursor up/down key to select a predefined sound setting.
Personal refers to the personal preference sound settings in the sound
menu.
Note: The moment you are in a predefined Smart sound setting and you
modify the Sound menu, all values of the menu will overwrite those previously
made in personal setting.
Info
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Settings
Sound
Sound mode
Smart sound
Mono
Sound mode
Stereo
Alternate audio
Virtual surround
3
Sound mode
This select the modes for more spatial or surround sound
reproduction dependent on the broadcast signals or signals from
external inputs received.
Digital audio language
AVL
Info
Settings
Sound
Alternate audio
Smart sound
Main
Sound mode
SAP
3
Alternate audio
This gives you the possibility to swap between “Main” and second
audio program (SAP), when it is available in analog channel.
Alternate audio
Digital audio language
AVL
Info
Digital audio language
Settings
Sound
Digital audio language
Smart sound
English
Sound mode
Français
Alternate audio
Español
Digital audio language
XXXXX
AVL
XXXXX
3
This gives you the possibility to swap between main and alternative
language, when it is available in digital channel.
Info
AVL (Automatic Volume Leveler)
Settings
Sound
AVL
Smart sound
Off
Sound mode
On
Alternate audio
Automatically reduces the volume differences between channels and
programs, providing a more constant overall level. This will also reduce
the dynamics of sound.
Digital audio language
AVL
Info
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. ‘Dolby’ and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
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TV menu-Parental Control
Settings
Features
Picture
Channel lock
Parental Control menu
This menu can control special functions for the TV channels.
1 Select Parental Control in the TV settings menu with the cursor up/
down key.
2 Press the cursor right to enter the channels menu.
3 Press the cursor up/down key to select a channels menu item.
Sound
TV ratings lock
Features
Movie ratings lock
Parental Control
Region ratings lock
Installation
Clear Regions Lock
Exit
Change PIN
Channel lock
This allows you to completely lock a certain TV channel or external
source. Select the channels or subchannels you want to lock and
press OK to confirm.
Info
Settings
Parental control
Channel lock
Please enter your PIN
Channel lock
TV ratings lock
Movie ratings lock
Region ratings lock
Settings I Parental control
Clear Regions Lock
Channel lock
Change PIN
Info
Channel lock
AV1
TV ratings lock
AV2
Movie ratings lock
AV3
Region ratings lock
HDMI1
Clear Regions Lock
HDMI2
Change PIN
Side
TV ratings lock
Your TV is equipped with a V-chip. This allows you to control access to
individual programs based on their movie and TV ratings. All settings
apply to all AV inputs, except HDMI. The program content advisory
data are sent by the broadcaster or program provider.
1 Select TV ratings lock with the cursor down. A list appears, showing
2
3
2
3
4
Info
5
the age-based TV ratings and a corresponding content-based ratings
list.
Press the cursor right to enter the list.
Select an age-based TV rating with the cursor up/down, and enter, if
present, the list with content-based ratings with the cursor right, and
select one content-based rating.
Press OK to activate/de-activate the selected rating. You are asked to
enter your PIN-code (see Set/Change PIN, p. 25). If the code is correct,
the TV ratings lock menu reappears.
Select another content-based rating if you like and press OK again.
Settings
Parental control
TV ratings lock
Please enter your PIN
Channel lock
TV ratings lock
Movie ratings lock
Region ratings lock
Settings I Parental control
Clear Regions Lock
TV ratings lock
Change PIN
All
None
TV-Y
Info
You need only enter your PIN-code once while the menu is active. You
can lock/unlock any number of ratings on the list without re-entering your
code.
Each ratings item has a box-graphic in front of it to indicate whether or not
programs carrying that rating are currently locked:
: all items in the contents-based list are locked as well;
•
: the item is unselected;
•
: some content-based ratings are selected/unselected.
•
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
Info
Settings
Parental control
Movie ratings lock
Please enter your PIN
Channel lock
TV ratings lock
Movie ratings lock
Region ratings lock
Settings I Parental control
Clear Regions Lock
Movie ratings lock
Change PIN
Channel lock
Info
ALL
TV ratings lock
NR
Movie ratings lock
G
Region ratings lock
PG
Clear regions lock
PG-13
Change PIN
R
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Age-based Rating Content-based Rating
All
None
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
none
none
none
(FV) Fantasy Violence
none
(D) Dialog
(L) Language
(S) Sex
(V) Violence
(D) Dialog
(L) Language
(S) Sex
(V) Violence
(L) Language
(S) Sex
(V) Violence
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-Y7-FV
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
When All has been selected, all items in the age-based and in
the contents-based lists are locked. If, while All is selected,
any other item, either an age-based or content-based item, is
unselected, then All is automatically unselected.
None is the selection for items that either have no rating
information or have a rating of None. Both will be locked.
When an item on the age-based list is selected, all items below
that item of the same group are locked as well. When you
select a content-based rating, all identical content- based
ratings in the younger age-based categories are also selected.
appropriate for children of all ages with themes and
elements suitable for children aged 2-6
programs designed for children age 7 and older
programs include fantasy violence more intense than other
programs in the TV-Y7 category
programs suitable for all ages. These programs contain little
or no violence, no strong language and little or no sexual
dialogue or situations
programs contain elements that some parents may find
unsuitable for younger children and which may need
parental guidance. The program may contain moderate
violence, sexual dialogue and/or situations and some strong
language.
programs contain elements that may not be suitable for
children under 14 years of age. These programs include one
or more of the following: intense violence, intense sexual
situations, suggestive dialogue and strong language.
programs are designed to be viewed by adults and may be
unsuitable for children under the age of 17. These programs
may contain graphic violence, explicit sexual activity and/or
crude or indecent language.
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Info
Movie Ratings Lock
Settings
Parental control
Movie ratings lock
Please enter your PIN
Channel lock
TV ratings lock
This function allows you to control access to individual movies based on
their MPAA ratings (Motion Picture Association of America).
1
Movie ratings lock
Region ratings lock
Settings I Parental control
Clear Regions Lock
Movie ratings lock
Change PIN
Channel lock
Info
2
ALL
TV ratings lock
NR
Movie ratings lock
G
Region ratings lock
PG
Clear regions lock
PG-13
Change PIN
R
NC-17
X
Info
3
4
Select Movie ratings lock with the cursor down. A list appears, showing
all valid MPAA content ratings.
Press the cursor right to enter the list. You are asked to enter your
code. (See Set/Change PIN, p. 25.) If the code is correct, the Movie
ratings lock menu reappears.
Select a movie rating with the cursor up/down.
Press OK to activate/de-activate the selected rating.
Each rating item has a box-graphic in front of it to indicate
whether or not programs carrying that rating are currently locked:
: movies with this rating are locked;
•
: movies with this rating are unlocked.
•
When All has been selected, all items on the movie ratings list become
selected. (All movies are locked.) If, while All is selected, any other item is
unselected, then All is automatically unselected.
When NR has been selected, no other item is selected.
When any other item has been selected, all ratings below are selected as
well, thus all movies with those ratings will be locked.
NR
G
PG
not rated
movies with a mild content, suitable for all ages
movies for which parental guidance is recommended. They
may contain a few racy or violent scenes or maybe some bad
language
movies for which parental guidance may be recommended if
under age 13
restricted. The movies usually contain offensive sex or bad
language and may be unsuitable for children under the age of
17. Parental guidance or permission needed.
even with parental permission, forbidden under age 17.
More offensive sex, violence or bad language.
movies which generally focus on sex, violence and/or bad
language. Also known as pornography.
PG-13
R
NC-17
X
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Region ratings lock
Settings
Parental control
Region ratings lock
Please enter your PIN
Channel lock
TV ratings lock
This allows you to control access to individual programs base on their
broadcasted regional rating.
Movie ratings lock
Region ratings lock
1 Select Region ratings lock with the cursor down. A list appears,
Clear Regions Lock
Change PIN
Settings I Parental control
Region ratings lock
EntireAudience
EntireAudience
None
Dialogue
TV-G
This allows you to control access to individual programs based on their
Language
TV-PG
broadcasted regional rating.
Sex
TV-14
Vielence
TV-MA
2
3
Children
4
Fantasy/Violence
MPAA
This allows you to control access to individual programs based on their
broadcasted regional rating.
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Parental control
Clear regions lock
Please enter your PIN
Channel lock
TV ratings lock
Movie ratings lock
Region ratings lock
Clear regions lock
Change PIN
Settings
Parental control
Clear regions lock
showing the age-based Region ratings and a corresponding contentbased ratings list.
Press the cursor right to enter the list.
Select an age-based Region rating with the cursor up/down, and enter,
if present, the list with content-based ratings with the cursor right, and
select one content-based rating.
Press OK to activate/de-activate the selected rating. You are asked to
enter your PIN-code (see Set/Change PIN, p. 25). If the code is correct,
the Region ratings lock menu reappears.
Select another content-based rating if you like and press OK again.
You need only enter your PIN-code once while the menu is active. You
can lock/unlock any number of ratings on the list without re-entering your
code.
Each ratings item has a box-graphic in front of it to indicate whether or not
programs carrying that rating are currently locked:
: all items in the contents-based list are locked as well;
•
: the item is unselected;
•
: some content-based ratings are selected/unselected.
•
Channel lock
This allows you to clear all the locks you have set in the Region ratings
TV ratings lock
lock table.
Movie ratings lock
Start now
Region ratings lock
Clear regions lock
This allows you to clear all the locks that you have set in the Region
ratings lock table.
Clear regions lock
Change PIN
This allows you to clear all the locks you have set in the Region ratings
lock table.
1 Select Clear regions locks with the cursor down.
2 Enter your PIN-code to clear all region ratings’ status.
Settings
Parental control
Channel lock
Change PIN
Please enter your PIN
TV ratings lock
Movie ratings lock
Region ratings lock
Clear regions lock
Change PIN
Here you can change the personal 4-digit access PIN that is used in the
different lock functions of the TV.
Change PIN
1 Select Set or Change PIN with the cursor down.
2 If no PIN-code exists, the menu item is set to Set PIN.
Follow the instructions on screen. If a PIN-code has previously
been entered, the menu item is set to Change PIN. Follow the
instructions on screen. All number combinations from 0000 to
9999 are valid numbers.
3 The menu reappears with a message confirming that the PIN has
been created.
Important: you have forgotten your PIN!
1 Select Change PIN in the Menu preferences
menu and press the cursor right key.
2 Press the cursor right key to enter the
overriding PIN code 0-7-1-1.
3 Press the cursor again and enter a new
personal 4-digit PIN code. The previous
code is erased and your new PIN-code is
stored.
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PC menu-Installation
Select the menu language
Settings
Installation
Language
Language
English
Source
Français
Picture adjustment
Español
Factory reset
Info
Note: Press SOURCE button on the remote control to make sure the source is
selected in PC mode.
Press the MENU button on the remote control.
Use the cursor down to select Installation in the Settings menu.
Use the cursor right to enter the Installation menu.
Select Language and enter the list of available languages with the
cursor right.
5 Select your preferred language with the cursor up/down and press
the OK button to confirm your selection.
6 Proceed with the Installation menu.
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2
3
4
Settings
Settings
Installation
Source
Language
TV
Source
AV1
Picture adjustment
AV2
Factory reset
AV3
HDMI1
HDMI2
Source
1 Select Source in the Installation menu.
2 Use the cursor right to enter the Source menu.
3 Select PC with the cursor up/down and press the OK button to
confirm your selection.
Side
PC
Info
Picture adjustment
1 Select Picture adjustment in the Installation menu.
2 Use the cursor right to enter the Picture adjustment menu.
3 You can choose Auto adjust or Manual adjust with cursor up/
Settings
Installation
Picture adjustment
Language
Auto adjust
Source
Manual adjust
Picture adjustment
Factory reset
down and press OK button to confirm.
Auto adjust
Automatically adjust to the best image position, phase and
clock setting.
Manual adjust
Manually fine tune the image as it appears on the screen.
Info
Settings
Installation
Factory reset
Language
Source
Picture adjustment
Factory reset
Info
Start now
• Phase
Eliminates the horizontal interfering lines.
• Clock
Eliminates the vertical interfering lines.
• Horizontal
Adjust the horizontal placement of the picture.
• Vertical
Adjust the vertical placement of the picture.
Factory reset
This function allows you to reset most of the picture and sound
settings to their default factory levels.
1 Select Factory reset in the Installation menu.
2 Use the cursor right to enter the Factory reset menu.
3 Press the OK button to erase settings and reset them to their
default values.
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PC menu-Picture
Picture menu
Settings
Picture
Picture
Contrast
Sound
Brightness
Installation
Color temperature
Exit
Picture format
1
2
3
4
Select Picture in the TV Settings menu.
Press the cursor right key again to enter the Picture menu.
Select the menu items with the cursor up/down key.
Adjust the settings with the cursor left/right key or enter the list
of submenu items with the cursor right key. Select a submenu item
with the cursor up/down key.
Contrast
This will adjust the intensity of bright parts in the picture but keep
the dark parts unchanged.
Info
Brightness
Settings
Picture
Color temperature
Contrast
50
Normal
Brightness
50
Warm
Color temperature
This will adjust the light output of the complete picture, which will
mainly affect the darker areas of the picture.
Cool
Picture format
Color temperature
This will increase or decrease Warm (red) and Cool (blue) colors
to suit personal preferences.
Select Cool to give the white colors a blue tint, Normal to give
the white colors a neutral tint, Warm to give the white colors a
red tint.
Info
Settings
Picture
Picture format
Contrast
50
Full screen
Brightness
50
4:3
Color temperature
Picture format
This menu item performs 4:3 or Full screen in PC mode.
Picture format
Info
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PC menu-Sound
Sound menu
Settings
Sound
Picture
Smart sound
Sound
Virtual surround
1 Select Sound in the TV Settings menu.
2 Press the cursor right key to enter the sound menu.
3 Select the menu items with the cursor up/down key and adjust the
settings with the cursor left/right key.
Installation
4 Remember, control settings are at normal mid-range levels when the
Exit
bar scale is entered.
Smart Sound
Info
Select Smart sound to display a list of predefined sound settings,
each corresponding with specific factory settings of Treble and Bass.
Settings
Sound
Smart sound
Smart sound
Personal
Virtual surround
Speech
3
1 Press the cursor right key to enter the list.
2 Press the cursor up/down key to select a predefined sound setting.
Personal refers to the personal preference sound settings in the sound
menu.
Movies
Note: The moment you are in a predefined Smart sound setting and you
modify a setting in the Sound menu, all values of the menu will overwrite the
previously made in personal setting.
Info
Settings
Sound
Virtual surround
Smart sound
On
Virtual surround
Off
3
Virtual surround
Adds greater depth and dimension to PC sound.
Info
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Record with your recorder
Record a TV program
You can record a TV program using your recorders tuner
without affecting your TV.
1 Select the channel number on your recorder.
2 Set your recorder to record.
See the handbook for your recorder.
Recorder
Pr
Pb
Y
L
R
VIDEO
Note: Switching channel numbers on your TV does not disturb
recording !
TV
To select connected devices
1 Press the SOURCE button repeatedly or select Source in the
Settings menu (see p. 14) to select TV, AV1, AV2, AV3, HDMI1,
HDMI2, Side or PC, according to where you connected your
devices.
2 Press the cursor up/down.
3 Press OK.
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Trouble Shooting Tips
Symptoms
Items to Check and Actions to follow
“Ghost” or double
images
• This may be caused by obstruction to the antenna due to high rise buildings or hills.
Using a highly directional antenna may improve the picture.
No power
• Check that the TV’s AC power cord is plugged into the mains socket.
• Unplug the television, wait for 60 seconds. Then re-insert plug into the mains socket
and turn on the television again.
No picture
• Check antenna connections at the bottom of the TV to see if they are properly connected to the TV.
• Possible broadcast station trouble. Try another channel.
• Adjust the contrast and brightness settings. Try another auto picture setting.
• Check the Closed Captions control. Some TEXT modes could block the screen.
• Check if you selected the correct AV source.
No picture and power
switched on
• Your TV has a protective mode in case there is too much heat build-up. Check the
clearance around the vents of the device to be certain there are no blocking walls or
cabinets which would limit the air flow.
Picture position
adjustment
When displaying a High Definition signal from the YPbPr inputs or HDMI input, if necessary, you can
adjust the picture position to the center of the screen with the cursor left/right or up/down buttons on
the remote control. This may be needed due to slight differences in output signals from different brands
and types of HD source boxes.
Notes: Most High Definition receiver boxes also have picture-positioning controls in their menu
systems. If the TV cursor controls run out of range before the picture is correctly positioned, the
receiver box controls will need to be adjusted.
No photo, music or
video play or in poor
quality only
• Check if the source complies with a supported code.
No sound
• Increase the VOLUME.
• Check that the TV is not muted, press the MUTE button on the remote control.
• When no signal is detected, the TV automatically switches off the sound. This is proper
operation and does not indicate a malfunction.
Good sound but poor
color or no picture
• Adjust the contrast, color, tint and brightness setting. Try another auto picture setting.
Snowish picture and
noise
Television not
responding to
remote control
• Check the antenna connection.
• Check whether the batteries are working. Replace if necessary.
• Clean the remote control sensor lens on the set.
• Operating range between TV and the remote control should not be more than approximately twenty feet.
• You can still use the buttons on the top of your TV.
• Check if the remote control is in the correct mode.
Control of accessory
devices
• The infrared signals of the screen may influence the reception of other peripherals.
Replace the batteries of the remote control of other devices. E.g. keep away a wireless headphone from
within a radius of approximately four feet.
The software will not
install
Possibly the operating system is wrong.
Go to www.magnavox.com/usasupport to see which operating systems are supported.
PC modes do not
work
• Check whether connections are correct.
• Check whether the source is correctly selected. Press SOURCE button to select the correct source.
• Check whether you have configured the computer on a compatible display resolution.
Standby
Your TV consumes energy less than 1w in the standby mode.
After improper
shutdown
If your TV has been shutdown in an improper way (e.g. power drop, power cord plug out), starting up the
TV again will take a longer time than usual.
Miscellaneous
See Extras, Specifications on this user’s manual.
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Glossary
Aspect Ratio
The ratio between the width and height of the TV picture on the screen. In a normal TV set the aspect
ratio is 4 to 3 (4:3). The new aspect ratio in HDTV is 16:9 which resembles the aspect ratio in a movie
theatre (Widescreen). New TV systems support both 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratio and can automatically
switch between them.
Audio Video (A/V)
A term often used when discussing a channel on a TV receiver or on video equipment, which has been
especially designed to accept VCR audio-video signals. This channel automatically activates special circuitry
within the TV set to prevent picture distortion and skewing. It is also used for audio-video processors,
which handle both types of signals.
ATSC
ATSC: Advanced Television Systems Committee. Formed to establish technical standards for advanced
television systems, including digital high definition television (HDTV).
CVBS
Composite Video Baseband Signal. In broadcast television this refers to the video signal, including the colour information and syncs.
Component Video
Input (Y Pb Pr)
Component Video Input is a type of connection that uses a cinch-type connector to allow set top boxes
or analog DVD players to connect a signal to the TV. By offering the cinch-type input (YPbPr) the primary
colors, red, green and blue are connected from a set top box directly into the TV allowing for the signal to
display on the screen.
DTV
Digital television. Generic term that refers to all digital television formats, including high-definition
television (HDTV) and standard-definition television (SDTV).
DOLBY Digital
Dolby Digital - Six-channel digital audio standard that is part of the U.S. digital television standard; also
called AC-3 or Digital 5.1. The channels consist of front left, front right, front center, surround or rear left,
surround or rear right, and a separate subwoofer.
Digital Tuner
A digital tuner serves as the decoder required to receive and display digital broadcasts. It can be included
inside TV sets or via a set-top box.
HDTV
The generally agreed upon definition of HDTV is approximately twice the vertical and
horizontal picture resolution of today’s NTSC TV, which essentially makes the picture twice as sharp.
HDTV also has a screen ratio of 16:9 as compared with most of today’s TV screens, which have a screen
ratio of 4:3. HDTV offers reduced motion artifacts (i.e. ghosting, dot crawl), and offers 5.1 independent
channels of CD-quality stereo surround sound, (also referred to as AC-3).
NTSC
National television system committee. The organization that developed the analog television standard
currently in use in the U.S., Canada, and Japan. Now generally used to refer to that standard. The NTSC
standard combines blue, red, and green signals modulated as an AM signal with an FM signal for audio.
Progressive Scan
In Progressive Scanning all the horizontal scan lines are scanned on to the screen at one time. The Digital
TV and HDTV Standards accept both Interlaced Scan and Progressive Scan broadcast and display methods.
Resolution
Resolution: A measurement of the finest (smallest) detail that is visible in a video image. TV Resolutions
may be expressed as number of pixels in an image; or more commonly,
As Total Number of (horizontally scanned) Lines used to create the image.
Standard Digital TV Resolutions:
SDTV: 480i - The picture is 704x480 pixels, 480p - The picture is 704x480 pixels.
HDTV: 720p - The picture is 1280x720 pixels, 1080i - The picture is 1920x1080 pixels,
1080p - The picture is 1920x1080 pixels.
SPDIF
SPDIF (Sony and Philips Digital Interconnect Format) is highly recommended for high quality digital sound
output.
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Care And Cleaning
WARNING concerning stationary images on the TV
Screen: Do not leave fixed images on the screen for extended periods of time. This can cause uneven aging of the LCD
panel. Normal use of the TV should involve viewing of programs that have constantly moving or changing images. Do
not leave moving images on screen for extended periods of time. Do not display the same images too frequently; if you
do, subtle “ghost” images can be left on the LCD screen. Sources of stationary images may be Laser discs, video games,
Compact Discs Interactive (CD-i), paused Digital Video Discs (DVDs) or video tapes.
Here are some common examples of stationary images:
• DVD menus list DVD content.
• Letter box black bars that appear at the top and bottom of the TV screen when a wide screen (16:9) movie is viewed
on a TV with standard (4:3) aspect ratio. This occurs with some DVDs.
• Video game images and scoreboards
• Television station logos cause a problem if they are bright and stationary. Moving or low-contrast graphics are
less likely to damage the picture tube.
• Stock market tickers may appear at the bottom of the TV screen if the TV programming covers this news.
• Shopping channel logos, pricing displays may be bright and may appear constantly during the show.
These usually appear in the same location on the TV screen.
TV Location
• To avoid cabinet warping, cabinet color changes, and an increased chance of TV failure, do not place the TV
where temperatures can become excessively hot -- for example, in direct sunlight or near a heating appliance.
• Allow a free flow of air around the TV.
Cleaning
• To avoid possible shock hazard, remove the TV’s power cord from the electrical outlet before cleaning.
• Regularly dust the TV with a dry, non-scratching duster.
• When cleaning the TV, take care not to scratch or damage the screen surface. Avoid wearing jewelry or using
anything abrasive. Do not use household cleaners. Wipe the screen with a clean cloth dampened with water.
Use even, easy, vertical strokes when cleaning.
• Occasionally vacuum the vents on the rear of the TV.
• Never use thinners, insecticide sprays, or other chemicals on or near the cabinet. They may permanently blemish
the cabinet.
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REGULATORY
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) NOTICE (U.S. ONLY)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
•
•
•
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV 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.
To prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or
excessive moisture.
THIS CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE CANADIAN INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS.
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FCC Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: Magnavox
Responsible Party: Philips Consumer Electronics North America
P.O. Box 671539
Marietta, GA 30006-0026
1-888-PHILIPS (744-5477)
Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked with FCC Logo, United States Only
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Regulatory Notices-Federal Communications Commission Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase
the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
ModificationsThe FCC requires the user to be notified that any
changes or modifications made to this device that
are not expressly approved by Magnavox Consumer
Electronics may void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
Cables Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods to
maintain compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations.
Canadian notice This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements
of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.
Avis Canadien Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes
les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur
du Canada.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or television technician for help.
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Specification - TV
37MF337B
PICTURE/ DISPLAY
Aspect ratio
Picture Enhancement
37MF437B
42MF337B
42MF437B
Widescreen
Progressive Scan, 3D comb filter, Noise Reduction, Smart Picture (5 modes): Personal, Rich, Natural,
Soft, Power saver
SOUND
Output Power (RMS)
Sound Enhancement
Sound Mode
2x10W
Mono, Stereo, Virtual Surround
Smart Sound (3 modes): Personal, Speech, Movies
CONVENIENCE
Auto Program, Closed Captioning Full Text, Sleeptimer, Clock
ON SCREEN DISPLAY English, French, Spanish
LANGUAGE
CONNECTIVITY
Bottom
75 / RF
AV1-Component Video (YPbPr), Audio L/R input
AV2-Component Video (YPbPr), Audio L/R input
AV3-Composite Video (Video In), S-Video, Audio L/R input
SPDIF output (Digital Only)
PC- VGA, Audio
HDMI 1, HDMI 2
AC In
Side
Side AV- Earphone, Composite Video (Video In), S-Video, Audio L/R input
WEIGHT &
DIMENSIONS:
Weight (incl. Packaging):
Weight (excl. Packaging):
Carton Dimension
(WxHxD):
Product Dimension
(WxHxD)
31 kg / 68.2 lbs
25.03 kg / 55.1 lbs
1124 x 682 x 328 mm
44.25” x 26.85” x 12.91”
924 x 688.7 x 280 mm
36.38” x 27.11” x 11.02”
33 kg / 72.6 lbs
26.62 kg / 58.56 lbs
1124 x 682 x 328 mm
44.25” x 26.85” x 12.91”
924 x 688.7 x 255 mm
36.38” x 27.11” x 10.04”
33.8 kg / 74.36 lbs
28 kg / 61.6 lbs
1171 x 742 x 347 mm
46.10” x 29.21” x 13.66”
1038.6 x 761.6 x 295 mm
40.89” x 29.98” x 11.61”
37.8 kg / 83.16 lbs
32 kg / 70.4 lbs
1171 x 742 x 347 mm
46.10” x 29.21” x 13.66”
1038.6 x 739.8 x 255.5 mm
40.89” x 29.13” x 10.06”
POWER:
Power Consumption:
175W
185W
250W
260W
Standby Power
Consumption:
<1W
<1W
<1W
<1W
Mains Power:
100-240V, 60-50Hz
100-240V, 60-50Hz
100-240V, 60-50Hz
100-240V, 60-50Hz
WALL MOUNT:
400 x 200mm
400 x 200mm
Metric 6 (10mm) screws are needed for
wall mounting (not included).
Metric 6 (10mm) screws are needed for
wall mounting (not included).
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MAGNAVOX LIMITED WARRANTY
NINETY (90) DAY LABOR / ONE (1) PARTS
WARRANTY COVERAGE:
MAGNAVOX warranty obligation is limited to the terms set
forth below.
This warranty does not apply (a) to damage caused by accident, abuse, misuse, misapplication, or non-Magnavox product,
(b) to damage caused by service performed by anyone other
than Magnavox or Magnavox Authorized Service Location,
(c) to a product or a part that has been modified without the
written permission of Magnavox, or (d) if any Magnavox serial
number has been removed or defaced, or (e) product, accessories or consumables sold “AS IS” without warranty of any
kind by including refurbished Magnavox product sold “AS IS”
by some retailers.
WHO IS COVERED:
Magnavox warrants the product to the original purchaser or
the person receiving the product as a gift against defects in
materials and workmanship as based on the date of original
purchase (“Warranty Period”) from an Authorized Dealer.
The original sales receipt showing the product name and the
purchase date from an authorized retailer is considered such
proof.
This Limited Warranty does not cover:
• Shipping charges to return defective product to Magnavox.
or repair of products damaged by these modifications.
• Labor charges for installation or setup of the product,
adjustment of customer controls on the product, and
installation or repair of antenna systems outside of the
product.
• Product repair and/or part replacement because of improper
installation, connections to improper voltage supply, abuse,
neglect, misuse, accident, unauthorized repair or other cause
not within the control of Magnavox.
• Damage or claims for products not being available for use, or
for lost data or lost software.
• Damage occurring to product during shipping.
• A product that requires modification or adaptation to enable
it to operate in any country other than the country for
which it was designed, manufactured, approved and/or
authorized, or repair of products damaged by these
modifications.
• A product used for commercial or institutional purposes
(including but not limited to rental purposes).
• Product lost in shipment and no signature verification receipt
can be provided.
• Failure to operate per Owner’s Manual.
WHAT IS COVERED:
The Magnavox warranty covers new products if a defect arises
and a valid claim is received by Magnavox within the Warranty
Period. At its option, Magnavox will either (1) repair the product at no charge, using new or refurbished replacement parts,
or (2) exchange the product with a product that is new or
which has been manufactured from new, or serviceable used
parts and is at least functionally equivalent or most comparable to the original product in Magnavox current inventory, or
(3) refund the original purchase price of the product.
Magnavox warrants replacement products or parts provided
under this warranty against defects in materials and workmanship from the date of the replacement or repair for ninety (90)
days or for the remaining portion of the original product’s
warranty, whichever provides longer coverage for you. When a
product or part is exchanged, any replacement item becomes
your property and the replaced item becomes Magnavox’
property. When a refund is given, your product becomes
Magnavox’ property.
Note: Any product sold and identified as refurbished
or renewed carries a ninety (90) day limited warranty.
TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE IN THE U.S.A.,
PUERTO RICO, OR U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS…
Contact Magnavox Customer Care Center at:
1-800-705-2000
Replacement product can only be sent if all warranty
requirements are met. Failure to follow all requirements can result in delay.
TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE IN CANADA…
1-800-661-6162 (French Speaking)
1-800-705-2000 (English or Spanish Speaking)
WHAT IS NOT COVERED - EXCLUSIONS AND
LIMITATIONS:
This Limited Warranty applies only to the new products
manufactured by or for Magnavox that can be identified by
the trademark, trade name, or logo affixed to it. This Limited
Warranty does not apply to any non-Magnavox hardware
product or any software, even if packaged or sold with the
product. Non-Magnavox manufacturers, suppliers, or publishers may provide a separate warranty for their own products
packaged with the bundled product.
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR THE
CONSUMER. MAGNAVOX SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR
BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON
THIS PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED
BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS LIMITED IN DURATION
TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY.
Magnavox is not liable for any damage to or loss of any programs, data, or other information stored on any media contained within the product, or any non-Magnavox product or
part not covered by this warranty. Recovery or reinstallation
of programs, data or other information is not covered under
this Limited Warranty.
Some states do not allow the exclusions or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or
exclusions may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from state/province to state/province.
Magnavox, P.O. Box 671539, Marietta, Ga. 30006-0026
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