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LCD TV

Instruction manual

H-LCD3202

Table of contents

Table of contents ......................................................................................................................................... 2

Important safety precautions ........................................................................................................................ 3

General introduction .................................................................................................................................... 5

Accessories.................................................................................................................................................. 5

Controls and connection............................................................................................................................... 6

OSD operations ..........................................................................................................................................10

Troubleshooting..........................................................................................................................................14

The causes of interference...........................................................................................................................14

Specifications .............................................................................................................................................15

Thank you very much for buying our product – the most natural Colour Television Receiver.

To enjoy your set to the full from the very beginning, read this manual carefully and keep it for future reference.

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Important safety precautions

Warning

Please unplug the power cord from the AC outlet and contact our service personnel to repair under the following conditions:

Any obvious abnormality appears in the product, such as smoky, peculiar smell or strange sound.

When a liquid has been spilled or other objects have fallen into the product.

No picture or sound.

Cover or panel is broken.

Although you have operated the product by following the operating instructions, it still cannot work normally.

Warning

Be careful about the power cord or the plug to avoid the fire or the electric shock.

Always disconnect the power cord and antenna during the storm.

Do not fix the power cord with the metal nail.

Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet; also unplug the signal cables from the input ports when the product is unused for long periods of time or during a lightning storm.

When unplug the plug, always hold the wide slot, do not touch the metal part, and do not destroy, refit, twist, pull or roast the power cord.

Please contact the personnel service immediately if you found that the core is showed in the air or is been broken.

Please replace the AC outlet if the metal bolt cannot be inserted into the power socket completely or it cannot be fastened even when it was pushed in, otherwise, any accidents of shocks and fires would happen.

Never touch the antenna lie or power plug if it stars to thunder.

Do not touch the power plug with wet hands.

Do not use any non-rated power socket with numerous devices jointed on one power socket or cable device. The wire of non-designated capacity may cause the fire due to the generation of heat.

Instructions

All instructions must be read and understood well before you operating this product. Heed all warnings and follow all instructions.

Attachments

Please use the attachment recommended by the manufacturer. Use the inadequate attachments may result in accidents.

Adjustment

Please adjust the product through the panel buttons or the remote control, do not remove the cover or attempt to service the product by yourself. Do not disassemble back cover and do not make maintenance by yourself to avoid the electric shock.

Caution: Over-press the panel may destroy the product.

Placement

Do not place the product on an unstable cart, stand surface, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing serious accidents as well as the damage to the product.

Please place the product on a flat surface in a well-ventilated location. Keep it away from the burninglight, direct sunlight, vibration, high-temperature and humidity. Store the product with a temperature from –20

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C; Otherwise you may destroy the product.

Do not place any vase, potted plant, cup, medicine and any container with water on this product. If the liquid is spilt, it may cause the fire, electric shock or breakdown.

Do not install it at the place on the strong magnetic field or current field. It may cause break down. This equipment may be observed deterioration of the picture by electromagnetic radiation in electromagnetic environment.

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Fasten the wheel of the product or shelf with wheels when installing this product. If it moves or is tipped over, it may be damaged.

Do not place any fire source such as candlelight close to this product or place it on this product.

If it is tipped over or fallen down, it may cause damage or fire.

Caution: Do not place the LCD TV into closed space of TV for better ventilation; it can reduce the product lifetime. Keep a space at list 10cm at above, left, and right of the TV.

Remote control

Do not expose the remote control to shock, liquids, and do not place it in an area with high humidity.

Please use the qualified batteries and do not mix batteries with different types.

Do not mix old and new batteries, and do not place the batteries to burn or disassemble them. If the remote control is unused for an extend period of time, remove batteries from the remote control.

Cords

Please place all the signal cords behind of rear panel.

Cleaning

Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet before cleaning the product. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners and others; use the special LCD Panel cleaners. Keep the power off before LCD panel dry completely.

Clean the dust on the power plug periodically.

Caution: Do not use volatile cleaner or you may damage the LCD Panel/Covers.

Transportation

Do not overexert or touch the panel when you convey the product. Do not transfer the LCD TV up or down display direction.

Do not transport it with the power cord or the connection cable connected. If you move this product with the power cord or the connection cable connected, the damaged power cord, connection cable or connection terminal may cause the fire, the electric shock or breakdown.

2 persons or more shall transport the device, which is heavier than 18 kg. If you drop or tip over the device, it may damage it.

Other objects

To ensure not to get an electric shock or short circuit, please do not spill liquid or other objects into the ventilation holes of the product.

Caution: Do not stand on the LCD TV, do not push LCD TV or its’ stand. Keep it away from children.

Heating

The temperature of the product’s body becomes a little higher after a long period use. This phenomenon indicates about heat exchange in normal working mode, thus please do not let children or anyone who is sensitive of temperature to touch.

Note: All the OSD and illustrations in this manual may be somewhat different from the actual situation.

Please take the LCD Color TV menu as the standard.

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General introduction

Size of the screen: 32"/81 cm

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Screen resolution: 1366 x 768

Brightness: 500 cd/m2

Contrast: 2000:1

Wide viewing angle 170º/170º

Response time: 8 ms

Progressive scan

Color systems: PAL, SECAM

Digital comb filter

NICAM Stereo

“Picture in picture”

Teletext

Convenient OSD menu in Russian and English languages

Connections: 2 HDMI, VGA, component video input, composite video PC audio input, 2 SCART jacks,

RF antenna

PC monitor compatible

Wide range power supply: 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz

Accessories

Note: Please keep the wrapping box and the padding well for future convenient use when you convey them.

Please check the accessories. If anything is missed address to the seller.

LCD TV Instruction manual Power cord Remote control (RC)

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Controls and connection

Front panel Right panel

Top panel button description

Button

AC (Power) switch

TV/AV

MENU

CH+/-

VOL+/-

POWER

Description

Turn on the AC switch; the TV will enter into standby mode. When a complete turning off is required, please turn off the AC switch and unplug the power cable from the power socket.

To switch among the signal source.

Open the menu or switch among the menus.

In TV mode, decrease/increase channel number. Select functions in menu operation.

Decrease/increase the sound volume. Adjust functions in menu operation.

Enter or leave the standby mode.

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Rear panel

Rear panel terminals and controls

Items

1 HDMI 1, 2

2 VGA

3 PC audio in

4 S-Video

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Component video input

8 SCART

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Composite video input

AC input

Connection description

Connect one end of the HDMI cable with HDMI output port, connect the other end of the HDMI cable with the HDMI port on the TV, and tighten the bolts clockwise on the each end of HDMI cable.

Connect one end of the VGA cable with the VGA port on computer, connect the other end of the VGA cable with the VGA port on the TV, and tighten the bolts clockwise on the each end of VGA cable.

Connect it to the audio output terminal of PC.

The output S-Video terminal of DVD can be connected with the S-Video input port of the TV through S-Video cable.

It’s convenient to receive the component video signal of high definition from

DVD player. The output Component (YPbPr) terminal of DVD can be connected with the Component (YPbPr) input port of the TV through AV cable.

Capable of receiving PAL, NTSC, SECAM color systems; Very convenient to watch VCR (video cassette recorder), Pickup Camera, other Disc’s programs.

The AV input of the TV can be connected with the output port of other AV equipment through AV cable.

Connect them to audio output terminal of DVD (with VIDEO/S-VIDEO).

Connect them to the corresponding terminal of DVD.

The RF output terminal can be connected with the RF input port of the TV.

Connect the AC power cable with 100-240V AC power supply. Connect the other end of the AC power cable with the AC power port on the TV.

Notes:

Ensure that the power to the LCD TV and other connected devices is off before you make any connections.

When connect, plug directly and slightly to the interface, otherwise you will damage the stitch.

S-VIDEO and AV cannot be used at same time for they share of one signal channel.

Check and make sure that all AV cables are connected with the corresponding ports correctly.

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Remote control (RC)

1. POWER button. Press to turn on/off the TV set or to switch it to standby mode.

2. MUTE button. Press to turn off/on the sound.

3. Number buttons. Press to input figures.

4. LAST CHANNEL button. Press to switch to the last watched channel.

5. SYSTEM button. Press to adjust audio parameters.

6. NICAM A2 button. Press to turn on/off the

NICAM function.

7. VOL+/VOL- button. Press to adjust the sound volume level.

8. CH+/CH- button. Press to switch between channels.

9. DISPLAY button. Press to display information.

10. CURSOR (LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN) buttons. Press for OSD navigation.

11. ENTER button. Press to confirm selection or input data.

12. EXIT button. Press to exit from the current menu.

13. MENU button. Press to display or hide the

OSD menu.

14. PMODE button. Press to select picture mode.

15. AV/TV button. Press to select the signal source.

16. SMODE button. Press to select sound mode.

17. SLEEP button. Press to set shutting down time.

18. TELETEXT buttons:

TEXT: switch between TV/Teletext

HOLD: hold or continue

PGDN: page down

PGUP: page up

INDEX: do to index

SIZE: double height rendering

REVEAL: reveal any hidden text

SUBPAGE: enter subpage

COLOR BUTTONS (RED, GREEN, YELLOW, CYAN) follow colored links in the text.

Insert the batteries in the RC

Remove the battery cover by pressing the symbol and pulling the cover space in the direction of the arrow.

Insert the two 1.5V (AAA size) batteries making sure the polarity (+ or -) of the batteries matches the polarity marks inside the unit.

Replace the battery cover by sliding it in until you hear a click sound.

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Note: If the RC doesn’t react to pressing the buttons or the working range was decreased insert the new batteries.

Use of RC

Use the RC by pointing it towards the RC sensor of the set. Objects between the RC and sensor may prevent proper operation.

Note: The illustration is for your reference only; the remote sensor may locate differently with different model.

Cautions regarding use of RC

Do not expose the RC to liquids, and do not place in an area with high humidity.

Do not install or place the RC under direct sunlight. The heat may cause deformation of the unit.

The RC may not work properly if the remote sensor of the main unit is under direct sunlight or strong lighting. In such a case, change the angle of the lighting or LCD TV set, or operate the RC closer to the remote sensor.

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OSD operations

SEARCH Menu (in TV mode)

Press MENU button to display the OSD menu; press UP/DOWN buttons to select the Search menu, then press RIGHT button to enter the menu. Now you can use UP/DOWN buttons to select the submenu: Auto Tuning,

Search, Program Edit. Press MENU button to return to the main menu.

Press RIGHT button to enter the submenu.

Auto Tuning

Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Auto Tuning; press RIGHT button to enter it.

System: It is conditioned by the Country item.

Auto Search: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select

Auto Search, press RIGHT button to start auto search.

Country: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Country, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select the needed country.

Press ENTER button to confirm and exit the menu.

Note: When auto searching is on, you can press

MENU button to stop and return to the preview menu.

Search

Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Search; press

RIGHT button to enter it:

Channel No.: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select

Channel No., press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select a channel number.

Sound System: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select

Sound System, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select sound system of the program.

Color System: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select

Color System, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select color system of the program.

Manual Search: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select

Manual Search, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to search backward/forward.

AFT: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select AFT, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to turn on/off automatic frequency control.

Skip: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Skip, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to turn on/off the function of skip. When the function is on, the current channel will be skipped when you scan channels with CH+/CHbutton.

Fine: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Fine, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to fine tuning when the signal of the current channel is weak.

Name: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Name, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select the position of the word, press UP/DOWN buttons to select the letter you want.

Press ENTER button to confirm and return to preview menu.

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Program Edit

Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Program Edit; press RIGHT button, the screen will display the Program edit menu.

Delete: Use LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN buttons to select the channel you want to delete, press ENTER button to confirm, then press RED button on the RC, and the color of the channel will change to red. Press

RED button again to delete or press MENU button to cancel.

Copy: Use LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN buttons to select the channel you want to copy, press ENTER button to confirm. Then press GREEN button on the

RC, and the color of the channel will change to green. Use LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN buttons to select the channel you want to copy, and press

GREEN button again to copy; press MENU button to cancel.

Move: Use LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN buttons to select the channel you want to move, press ENTER button to confirm. Then press YELLOW button on the RC, and the color of the channel will change to yellow.

You can use LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN buttons to change the position of the channel you want, press YELLOW button to move, press MENU button to cancel.

Skip: Use LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN buttons to select the channel you want to skip, press ENTER button to confirm. Then press CYAN button on the RC, and the color of the channel will change to cyan (means this program is skipped), then press CYAN button again to cancel.

PICTURE Menu

Press MENU button to display the OSD menu. Press

UP/DOWN buttons to select the Picture menu; press

RIGHT button to enter the menu. Then you can use

UP/DOWN buttons to select a submenu: Picture

Mode, Color Temperature, Contrast, Brightness,

Color, Sharpness, Tint (in NTSC mode). Press MENU button to return to the main menu, press RIGHT button to enter the submenu.

Press ENTER button to confirm and return to preview menu

Picture Mode: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select picture mode: Dynamic, Standard, Mild, User.

Color Temperature: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Color temp. Cool, Normal, Warm.

Contrast, Brightness, Color, Sharpness, Tint: Press UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the corresponding parameter.

SOUND Menu

Press MENU button to display the OSD menu, press

UP/DOWN buttons to select the Sound menu, press

RIGHT button to enter the menu, then you can use

UP/DOWN buttons to select a submenu: Sound Mode,

Balance, Treble, Bass. Press MENU button to return to the main menu, press RIGHT button to enter the submenu.

Press UP/DOWN button to select the menu; press

RIGHT button to enter it.

Press ENTER button to confirm and return to preview menu.

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Sound Mode: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select sound mode: Surround, Music, Cinema, Sports, User.

Press UP/DOWN buttons to select the menu. Press ENTER button to confirm and return to preview menu.

Balance, Treble, Bass: Press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to adjust the corresponding parameter.

TIMER Menu

Press MENU button to display the OSD menu; press

UP/DOWN buttons to select the Timer menu. Press

RIGHT button to enter the menu, then you can use

UP/DOWN buttons to select a submenu: Clock, Off timer, On timer. Press MENU button to return to the main menu; press RIGHT button to enter a submenu.

Clock: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Clock, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select hour or minute, press UP/DOWN buttons to setup the time.

Off timer: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Off timer, press RIGHT button to enter it. Press

UP/DOWN buttons to select “ON”, and press RIGHT button to enter the time setup item. Use

UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons to setup the time you want the TV to be turned off.

On timer: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select On timer, press

RIGHT button to enter it. Press UP/DOWN buttons to select “ON”, and press RIGHT button to enter the setup item. Use

UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons to setup the time, volume and program you want the TV to be turned on.

Press ENTER button to confirm and return to preview menu.

SETUP Menu

Press MENU button to display the OSD menu, press

UP/DOWN buttons to select Setup menu, press

RIGHT button to enter the menu. Then you can use

UP/DOWN buttons to select a submenu: Language,

Keypad lock, Blue Screen OSD Transparent, TTX

Language Group. Press MENU button to return to the main menu, press RIGHT button to enter the submenu.

Language: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select the

Language, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons button to select OSD language you like.

Keypad Lock: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Keypad Lock, press RIGHT button to enter. To lock the keypad select “OFF” by pressing UP/DOWN buttons, and it will be turned on by selecting “ON”.

Blue Screen: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Blue Screen, press RIGHT button to enter, turn on/off the blue screen function by selecting “On”/”Off”.

OSD Transparent: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select OSD Transparent, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons button to adjust the OSD menu picture's transparence.

TTX Language Group: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select TTX Language Group, press RIGHT button to enter, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to select the Teletext language.

Press ENTER button to confirm and return to preview menu.

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SCREEN Menu

Press MENU button to display the OSD menu, press

UP/DOWN buttons to select Screen menu. Press

RIGHT button to enter the menu; then you can use

UP/DOWN buttons to select a submenu: TV, AV,

SCART, S-VIDEO mode: Aspect, Noise Reduction.

HDTV (YPbPr) source: Aspect, Noise Reduction,

H.Position, V.Position.

VGA source: Auto sync, Manual config, VGA/XGA mode, Aspect.

HDMI source: Aspect, H.Position, V.Position.

Press MENU button to return to the main menu, press

RIGHT button to enter the submenu.

Auto sync: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Auto sync, press RIGHT button to auto config. (in VGA source).

Manual config.: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Manual config., press RIGHT button to enter, and press

UP/DOWN buttons to select Phase, Clock, H.Position. Press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to adjust (in VGA source).

VGA/XGA mode: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select VGA/XGA mode, press RIGHT button to enter, and press UP/DOWN buttons to select the definition (in VGA source).

Aspect: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Aspect, press RIGHT button to enter, and press UP/DOWN buttons to select the ratio of the screen.

Noise Reduction: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select Noise Reduction, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to turn on/off the noise reduction function.

H/V Position: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select H/V Position, press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to adjust the picture position.

Press ENTER button to confirm and return to preview menu.

SOURCE Menu

Press MENU button to display the OSD menu, press

UP/DOWN buttons to select Source menu. Press

RIGHT button to enter the menu.

Press MENU button to return to the main menu, or press RIGHT button to enter the submenu.

MP Input: Press UP/DOWN buttons to select MP Input, press RIGHT button to enter, press UP/DOWN buttons to select the input source.

Press ENTER button to confirm.

PIP function

Press UP/DOWN buttons to select “PIP”, press

RIGHT button to enter the submenu.

When you select “On”, and press ENTER button to confirm, the “PIP Input” and “Win. position” menu will be displayed.

MP Input: When you turn on the PIP function, you can select only four input sources for the main picture:

YPbPr, VGA, HDMI1, HDMI2.

PIP input: Select the PIP input source, you can select four sources here: TV, AV, SCART1, SCART2.

Win. position: Select the PIP picture’s position.

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Troubleshooting

Before calling a technician, please check the following items to see whether you can easily diagnose and fix the encountered symptoms on your own.

Symptoms

No picture, no sound, and no indicator light

Picture and sound with abnormity

Picture is spotted or with snow

Blue background

PC Picture is not in the middle of the screen

No sound

Possible Cause

The power cord is not plugged in.

Contrast, brightness, sharpness, color and volume are all in the minimum value or

TV is in mute mode.

Contrast and color are set improperly.

Color system is set improperly.

Sound system is set improperly.

Signal source is low-grade or the signal is in a lower quality.

No video signal or the signal cord is improperly/not connected.

Picture is not well adjusted.

No audio signal or the signal cord is improperly/not connected.

The RC does not work

Batteries are improperly installed or exhausted.

Correction

Plug the power cord in.

Alter the value of contrast, brightness, sharpness, color and volume.

Set the value of Contrast and color properly.

Set the sound system properly.

Use the qualified signal cord.

Connect the signal cord properly.

Press the CH+/CH- buttons at one time to adjust it.

Adjust H/V- position manually to adjust it.

Connect the audio signal cord properly.

Set the sound system properly.

Make sure the positive and the negative polarities are correct.

Reattach the battery lid.

Replace the batteries.

The causes of interference

Incorporated in your TV receiver are the most up-to-date devices to eliminate interference. Local radiation however, can create disturbances, which visibly affect your picture. Proper installations, a good aerial are your best safeguards against these disturbances.

RF INTERFERENCE

Moving ripples across the screen are caused by nearby transmitting or receiving short-wave radio equipment.

DIATHERMY

Herringbone pattern and partial picture loss can result from the operation of diathermy equipment from a nearby doctor's surgery or hospital.

SNOW

Weak TV signals from long distant stations result in an instead picture and give the effect of falling snow. An antenna adjustment or antenna amplifier may be needed.

GHOST

Multiple image, caused by TV signals reflected back from surrounding buildings, hills, aircraft, etc. is minimized by correct aerial positioning.

CAR IGNITION

Nearby cars and electrical motors can cause small streaks across the picture or make the picture roll.

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Specifications

LCD panel items

Color system

Sound system

NICAM Stereo

S-video in

SCART

Component (YPbPr) input

PC audio input

VGA

HDMI input

Plug and Play

Russian OSD

Progressive scan

Digital comb filter

Timer on/off

PIP

Quantity of channels

Teletext

Voltage input

Items

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Brightness

Contrast

Angle of view

High speed response

Resolution

Aspect ratio

H-LCD3202

32” (81 cm)

500 (cd/m

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170°/170°

8 ms

1366 x 768

16:9

PAL, SECAM

DK, I, BG

2 x 6 W

Yes

2 lines

Yes

Yes

Yes

2 lines

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

200

Yes

~100-240 V; 50/60 Hz

Note: The LCD panel is a high technology product with many thin film transistors that can give you a fine picture details. Occasionally, a few non-active pixels may appear on the screen as a fixed point of blue, green, red, black or white, please note that this does not affect the performance of your LCD TV.

Warning: Specifications may be subject to change without notice for improvement.

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