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Contents
Introduction.................................................................................................................................................................................................4
Overview.......................................................................................................................................................................................................4
LCD-TV .....................................................................................................................................................................................................4
Front....................................................................................................................................................................................................4
Operating controls on the side ..................................................................................................................................................5
Rear......................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Remote control .....................................................................................................................................................................................6
General Information..................................................................................................................................................................................7
Purpose of use.......................................................................................................................................................................................7
HD ready............................................................................................................................................................................................7
Included in the box..............................................................................................................................................................................7
Safety instruction .......................................................................................................................................................................................8
Safety........................................................................................................................................................................................................8
Point of use.............................................................................................................................................................................................8
Repair .......................................................................................................................................................................................................9
Intended Environment .......................................................................................................................................................................9
Power Supply.........................................................................................................................................................................................9
Standards/electro-magnetic compatibility .............................................................................................................................. 10
Batteries and Proper Treatment................................................................................................................................................... 10
Setting Up.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Unpacking............................................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Putting the batteries into the remote control ................................................................................................................... 11
Connecting an antenna .................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Connecting the power supply ...................................................................................................................................................... 11
Basic Functions ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 12
Turning the LCD TV on and off ..................................................................................................................................................... 12
After switching on for the first time............................................................................................................................................ 12
Automatic channel seeking ........................................................................................................................................................... 12
Channel Search .................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
Sound Settings................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Setting the Picture ............................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Zoom mode (
key)............................................................................................................................................................... 13
Zoom in PC mode.............................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Other picture settings...................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Displaying information.................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Select external device...................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Video text................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
To operate video text....................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Select video text pages ................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Number keys ................................................................................................................................................................................. 15
Channel selection keys .............................................................................................................................................................. 15
Colour buttons ............................................................................................................................................................................. 15
Subpages .............................................................................................................................................................................. 15
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Useful features for video text ........................................................................................................................................................ 16
Combination of video text and TV picture ................................................................................................................ 16
INDEX ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
STOP ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Suppress TT Search............................................................................................................................................................. 16
Displaying hidden text...................................................................................................................................................... 16
The OSD menu......................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Navigating within the Menu.......................................................................................................................................................... 17
Menu PICTURE.................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Menu SOUND...................................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Submenu EQUALIZER................................................................................................................................................................. 20
Submenu HEADPHONE ............................................................................................................................................................. 20
Menu FUNCTION ............................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Menu INSTALL .................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Save video recorder manually ...................................................................................................................................................... 23
PROGRAM TABLE............................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Menu SOURCE .................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Menu in PC mode.................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Menu PC POSITION ........................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Connections and examples of connections................................................................................................................................... 27
Headphones........................................................................................................................................................................................ 28
DVD player........................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Video recorder.................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
DVD recorder ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
Receiver (SAT, DVB-T, decoder, etc.) ........................................................................................................................................... 30
DVD or video recorder and Sat-receiver.................................................................................................................................... 31
Camcorder ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Device with HDMI or DVI output.................................................................................................................................................. 32
External device with HDMI output ........................................................................................................................................ 32
External device with DVI output............................................................................................................................................. 32
PC............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 32
The universal remote control.............................................................................................................................................................. 33
Scope of application......................................................................................................................................................................... 33
Programming device codes........................................................................................................................................................... 33
General information ................................................................................................................................................................... 33
Enter the device code according to the code list ............................................................................................................. 33
Manual code search.......................................................................................................................................................................... 33
Automatic search .............................................................................................................................................................................. 34
1 second or 3 second intervals................................................................................................................................................ 34
Code searching by brand name ................................................................................................................................................... 34
Code identification ........................................................................................................................................................................... 35
Normal operation.............................................................................................................................................................................. 35
Operating individual devices................................................................................................................................................... 35
“All off” function ................................................................................................................................................................................ 35
GUIDE - EPG – Electronic Programme Guide ........................................................................................................................... 35
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Troubleshooting...................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Do you require additional Support? ........................................................................................................................................... 37
Maintenance............................................................................................................................................................................................. 37
Specifications ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Recycling.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Packaging....................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Device.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 38
Batteries .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Pixel errors with LCD TVs...................................................................................................................................................................... 39
Wall Mounting.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
Accessories .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
Safety instructions for wall mounting........................................................................................................................................ 40
Mounting the hanging elements and the device .................................................................................................................. 40
Remove base....................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
Fixing the steel rails to the wall .................................................................................................................................................... 41
Code list for universal remote control ............................................................................................................................................. 42
TV ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 42
VCR ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 46
Cable...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48
SAT ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48
Laser Disc ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 51
DVD ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 51
CD ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 53
Audio Amplifiers/Tuners/Receivers............................................................................................................................................. 54
Audio Tape Players ........................................................................................................................................................................... 54
MINI Systems....................................................................................................................................................................................... 55
Miscellaneous ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 55
DVB-T Terrestial Digital Television (DTV Freeview iDTV etc.) ............................................................................................. 55
DVD Recorders (DVD-R DVD-RW etc.) ........................................................................................................................................ 55
HDD Digital Video Recorders (Hard Disk Drive DVR PVR etc.)............................................................................................ 56
Home Cinema Systems DVD & AUDIO ....................................................................................................................................... 56
TV/VCR Combos................................................................................................................................................................................. 57
TV/DVD Combos................................................................................................................................................................................ 57
DVD/VCR Combos............................................................................................................................................................................. 57
Auxiliary Set-Top Boxes................................................................................................................................................................... 58
Web & Computer TV ................................................................................................................................................................... 58
Media Receivers ........................................................................................................................................................................... 58
Scart Switch Boxes ...................................................................................................................................................................... 58
Digital Set Top Boxes.................................................................................................................................................................. 58
Miscellaneous Set Top Boxes................................................................................................................................................... 58
ADSL (BROADBAND) DTV Receivers...................................................................................................................................... 58
Home Automation ............................................................................................................................................................................ 58
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Introduction
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Congratulations on choosing to buy a Tevion® product. By doing so you now have the assurance and peace of
mind that comes with purchasing a product made by one of Europe’s leading manufacturers.
All products brought to you by Tevion® are manufactured to the highest standards of performance and safety,
and, as part of our philosophy of customer service and satisfaction, are backed by our comprehensive 3 Year
Warranty.
Please fill in and return the Warranty Card to the address provided.
We hope you will enjoy using your purchase for many years to come.
Overview
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LCD-TV
Front
1. TFT screen
2. On/off light: the blue light will come on when the device is in stand-by mode. It will go off if the device is
switched on.
3. Loudspeakers
4. Infra-red sensor: receiving area for infra-red signals from the remote control.
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Operating controls on the side
1.
STANDBY: to switch the LCD-TV off temporarily.
2. TV/AV: to select the input signal: TV (antennea, EXT–1, EXT–2,
EXT–1 S, BAV, S-Video, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, YPbPr, PC.
3. MENU: with this key you can display the screen menu to make
adjustments to your equipment.
4. + P/CH – : you can switch TV channel using these keys.
5.
: you can regulate the volume of your equipment with
these keys.
Rear
1. Headphone connection: to connect headphones with a 3.5 mm TRS stereo connector.
2. VIDEO-input (yellow) and AUDIO-inputs (red/white): to connect a device using an RCA cable.
3. S-VHS input: to connect a device using an S-VHS cable.
4. VGA-INPUT: to connect a PC.
5. PC AUDIO IN: audio in for 3.5 mm TRS stereo connector, e.g. for PCs.
6. TUNER: to connect the aerial.
7. Y - PB - PR - L - R: Component inputs to connect devices with Component output.
8. SCART 1: 1st SCART connecting
9. SCART 2: 2nd SCART connection
10. SRV: only for servicing purposes. Do not try to connect a cable to this.
11. Power in: to connect the supplied power cable.
12. On/off switch: to put the device into stand-by mode and switch it off again.
13. HDMI 1 input: to connect a device with an HDMI output.
14. HDMI 2 input: to connect a device with an HDMI output.
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Remote control
1.
STANDBY: to switch the LCD-TV off
temporarily.
2. Source key for external device: TV
3. Source key for external device: VCR
4. Source key for external device: DVD
5. Source key for external device: SAT
6. Source key for external device: AUX
7. INFO: to display information, such as current
channel number and picture format
8. Direction keys
9. SELECT: freeze television picture; OK. in
certain menus to confirm selection
10. M: open menu.
11. GUIDE: call up EPG
: video text: call up index page
12. EXIT: close menu.
13. I-II: select sound mode
14. P<P SWAP: set previous TV channel
15. CODE: Enter code for other device types
16. TV/DTV: select TV or DTV operation
17. Light to confirm key has been pressed
18. Digit keys in the TV mode: channel selection; in
video text mode: page selection
19. -/--: enter a number with two digits
20. AV/SOURCE: select input signal from
connected devices
21. Channel selection keys P/CH + / – .
Select the following (+) or the previous (-)
channel in TV mode.
Select the following (+) or the previous (-)
channel in video text mode.
22. Switch volume off
23.
: to increase (+) or decrease (-) volume.
24. Blue key opens INSTALLATION menu; DVD/VCR mode: next track / chapter / forward
25. Yellow key opens FUNCTIONS menu; DVD/VCR mode: play
26. Red key opens SOUND menu; DVD/VCR mode: previous track / chapter / rewind
27. PP: select PICTURE mode ; DVD/VCR mode: record
: select picture format; DVD/VCR mode: pause
28.
29. Green key opens PICTURE menu; DVD/VCR mode: stop
30.
: video text: Mix (transparent picture);
: no function
31.
: video text: hidden searching;
32.
: video text: stop page;
33.
: Display time/Video text open sub-page
34.
: video text: hidden text/switching from TV mode to PC mode
35.
: Switch video text on and off
: no function
: no function
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General Information
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Read these instructions carefully under all circumstance and follow all the instructions listed. You
will guarantee the reliable operation and a long life expectancy of your LCD TV in this way.
Always keep these instructions at hand, close to your LCD TV. In the event that you transfer
ownership of this LCD TV, please provide these instructions to the new owner.
Purpose of use
• This device serves to receive and transmit television channels. The different connection possibilities
(receiver, DVD player, DVD recorder and VCR, etc.) will enable an additional expansion of the sources of
reception and transmission (Receiver, DVD-Player, DVD-Recorder, Video Recorder etc.).
• This device is only suitable for using in dry, internal rooms.
• This device is not suitable as a data screen for office use.
• This device is intended for personal use only. It not intended for commercial use in a heavy industry
environment. Use under extreme environmental conditions can result in damage to your device.
HD ready
Your LCD-TV is equipped with the 'HD ready' feature. This means that it can transmit high resolution television
programmes (HDTV) in principle.
It is the prerequisite that an HDTV signal is sent to the LCD TV by an external set-top box (HD-STB).
Included in the box
Check that nothing is missing from the packaging and inform us of any missing parts within 14 days after
purchase. The delivery of the LCD-TV you have purchased includes:
1. LCD-TV
2. Connection cable
3. Remote control incl. 2 batteries type R03 (AAA) 1,5V
4. Set for wall mounting (see Wall mounting).
5. Documentation
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Safety instruction
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Safety
• Do not allow children to play unattended on electrical equipment. Children may not always correctly
recognize danger.
• Keep the packing materials, such as foil away from children. The danger of suffocation could arise in the
case of misuse.
• Never open the housing of the TFT display (electric shock, short-circuit and the danger of fire)!
• Do not insert any objects through the slots and openings into the inside of the TFT (electrical shock,
short-circuit and the danger of fire)!
• The remote control has a class 1m infrared diode. Do not examine the LED with optical instruments!
• Slots and openings in the TFT display are for ventilation purpose. Do not cover these openings, as
otherwise this may lead to overheating (overheating, danger of fire)!
• Never exert pressure on the display. This could damage the display.
• An injury hazard exists when the display breaks. Wear protective gloves to pack the broken parts and
send them into your service center for proper disposal. Then wash your hands with soap, because it is
possible for chemicals to escape.
• Do not touch the display with your fingers or with sharp objects to avoid damage.
• Please proceed as outlined in the service center section:
– if the AC cable overheats or is damaged
– if liquid has gotten into the display
– if the device does not work properly
– if the device is dropped or the housing damaged
Point of use
• In the first hours of operation, new devices may emit a typical, unavoidable but completely harmless
smell, which will decline increasingly in the course of time.
• We recommend you to ventilate the room regularly, in order to counteract the formation of the smell.
During the development of this product, we have made sure that the applicable limits are clearly fallen
below.
• Keep your LCD TV and all units connected to it away from moisture and avoid dust, heat and direct
sunlight. Failure to observe these instructions can lead to malfunctions or damage to the LCD TV.
• Do not operate your device in the open air, because external influences, such as rain, snow, etc. could
damage the device.
• Do not subject the device to drops or splashes of water and do not place any vessels filled with water,
such as vases, on the device. Water penetrating the device can impair its electrical safety.
• Do not place any open sources of fire (candles or similar objects) on the device.
• Pay attention to sufficiently large clearances in the wall cupboard. Maintain a minimum clearance of 10
cm around the device for sufficient ventilation.
• Place and operate all units on a stable, level and vibration-free surface in order to avoid the LCD TV from
falling.
• Avoid dazzle, reflections, extreme light/dark contrast in order to save your eyes and ensure a pleasant,
ergonometric work station.
• The optimum viewing distance is 5 times the screen diagonal.
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Repair
• Leave all repairs of your LCD TV to authorized and qualified personnel only.
• Should a repair be necessary, please contact one of our authorized service center.
Intended Environment
• The device can be operated at an ambient temperature of between 5° C to 35° C and at a relative
humidity between 20% and 85% (without condensation).
• When switched off, the monitor can be stored most reliably between -20° C - +60° C).
• Provide an interval of at least one meter from high-frequency and magnetic sources of interference
(television sets, loudspeakers, mobile telephones, etc.) in order to avoid malfunctions and data loss.
• After transporting your LCD TV please wait until it has assumed the ambient temperature before
connecting and switching it on.
• Large variations in temperature and humidity can cause condensation to occur inside the LCD-TV, which
may cause an electrical short circuit.
• Disconnect the power plug from the power socket and the aerial from the aerial connection during
storms or if the device is not being used for a long time.
Power Supply
Please pay attention: Pats of the device are still live, even if the mains switch is switched off. Pull
the mains plug out of the socket, to interrupt the power supply to your LCD TV or to release the
device from voltage completely.
• Operate your TFT display mains (power supply) only on grounded sockets with 230 V ~ 50 Hz. If you have
doubts about the power supply in the location where the LCD-TV is installed, consult your energy
supplier.
• For additional safety we recommend use of an excessive voltage protection device to protect your LCD
TV from damage resulting from voltage surges or lightning.
• To interrupt the display from mains (power supply) disconnect the plug from the socket.
• The power socket must be in the vicinity of your LCD TV and within reach of the power cables.
• If you use an extension cable, please ensure that it complies with the VDE requirements. If necessary
consult your electrical equipment supplier.
• You should lay the TFT Display cables in a manner that no one can trip or step on it.
• To avoid damage of cable do not place any objects or furniture on the cable.
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Standards/electro-magnetic compatibility
Your display fulfils the requirements for electro-magnetic compatibility and electrical safety specified in the
following standards:
Standards/electro-magnetic compatibility
EN 55013
Limit values and measuring methods for radio interference by radios and television
receivers and accessories
EN 55020
Electromagnetic immunity of broadcast receivers and associated equipment
EN 60065
Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus—Safety requirements
EN 61000-3-2
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)—Part 3-2:Limits—Limits for harmonic current
emissions (equipment input current up to and including
16 A per phase)
EN 61000-3-3
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)—Part 3-3:Limits—Limitation of voltage changes,
voltage fluctuations and flicker in public low-voltage supply systems, for equipment
with rated current <= 16 A per phase and not subject to conditional connection
Batteries and Proper Treatment
Batteries may contain combustible materials. By misuse, this may cause battery leakage, heat, explosion or
ignition, bringing about injury or damage to the device.
Please observe strictly the following matters:
• Keep children away from batteries. If by any chance, the batteries are swallowed, consult a doctor
immediately.
• Do not charge batteries (except rechargeable batteries).
• Do not forcibly discharge batteries.
• Do not short-circuit batteries.
• Do not heat or dispose off in fire. .
• Do not disassemble or deform batteries. Your hands and fingers may be injured, or the liquid of the
battery may get into your eyes or adhere to your skin. If this happens, rinse with a large quantity of water
immediately and consult a doctor.
• Do not expose batteries to strong impact by dropping or throwing the batteries.
• Do not reverse the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals to avoid short-circuit.
• Do not mix used and new or different types of batteries together.
• Remove promptly the used batteries from the device.
• Remove the batteries from your device if it is not to be used for a longer period.
• Clean the battery and device contacts, if necessary, before inserting batteries.
• Replace all batteries with new batteries of the same type at the same time.
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Setting Up
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NOTE:
Read the Safety Information Chapter under all circumstances before bringing the device into
operation.
Unpacking
1. Have someone help you when unpacking the equipment.
2. Do not carry the equipment alone, otherwise it could fall or cause personal injury.
3. Open the box very carefully to prevent the equipment from being damaged. Damage can occur if a knife
with a long blade is used to open the box.
4. There are various small parts in the packaging (batteries, screws, etc.). Keep these out of the reach of
children. There is a risk of swallowing the parts.
5. Please keep the packaging material well and use it exclusively to transport the television.
Putting the batteries into the remote control
1. Remove the small cover on the battery compartment on the back of the
remote control.
2. Install two AAA size, type R03 batteries according to the correct polarity
(marked in the battery compartment).
3. Close the battery compartment.
ATTENTION!
Remove the batteries from the remote, if the device will not be used for a longer period. The
remote could be damaged by leaking batteries.
Connecting an antenna
Connect the aerial connection and the LCD-TV by means of a double screened
aerial cable (not supplied) when connecting the device to the room aerial or
cable system.
Connecting the power supply
Insert the plug on the supplied power cable into the connecting bush (220-240 V ~ 50 Hz) on the device and
insert the other end into an easily accessible 230 V ~ 50 Hz power socket.
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Basic Functions
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Turning the LCD TV on and off
1. Press the on/off switch on the back of the device. The stand-by mode will be activated and a blue light
on the front will come on.
2. You can switch on the device by pressing a digit key on the remote control or a P/CH channel
selection key on the remote control or on the device itself. The light on the front will go out.
3. You can put the device back into stand-by mode with the stand-by key on the remote control or with the
stand-by key on the right side of the device.
4. Press the on/off switch on the back of the device again to switch the device off completely.
After switching on for the first time
When you switch your LCD-TV on for the first time, the Auto
Programm menu will appear in English.
• If you wish to change the pre-set country setting, set the
required country with the directional key. The
country setting has an effect on the sequence in which
channels are stored.
• Then select if necessary the Language message with the
directional key and choose the required language
with the directional keys.
• If you wish to change the pre-set for the video text
language, use the directional key to select the
message TXT Language (Language for teletext) and use the directional keys to select the
required language region Westen, Ost (East), Turk/Gre (Turkish/Greek), Kyrillisch or
Arabisch.
• Then confirm the message "CHECK ANTENNA CABLE" by pressing the OK key or pressing the red key.
• You can cancel this process by pressing the blue key.
Automatic channel seeking
Automatic channel seeking will now commence. This takes a
few minutes.
You can cancel this process with the blue key.
The channels are stored in a country-specific sequence in the
channel locations. It is possible to store a maximum of 100
channels.
After automatic storage of channels is complete, the program table will be displayed. If this table is not
modified further, it will close after a few minutes. The channel on channel location 1 will appear.
Channel Search
• You can select a channel by pressing the P/CH key (on the device or on the remote control) or by
selecting the channel directly using a digit key.
• For a number with two digits first press the -/-- key.
• You can select the most recent displayed channel with the P<P/SWAP key.
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Sound Settings
• You can increase or decrease the volume with the volume keys
the device.
• You can switch off the sound completely and switch it on again with the
on the remote control or on
key (Switch sound off).
• You can choose between mono- and stereo reproduction, Dual I and Dual II, with the
I-II key. Dual I and Dual II can only be reproduced if the current broadcast supports the DUAL
mode (e.g. with bilingual broadcasts).
Setting the Picture
Zoom mode (
Press on the
key)
key to switch between the following picture formats.
• Auto: the transmitted format is automatically set to the input signal.
• 16:9: a picture in 16:9 format will be expanded to full screen
size.
• 4:3: for undistorted display of the picture in 4:3 format.
• Panoramic: the picture is stretched on the left and right sides
to fill up the screen. In this case the upper and/or lower edges
are somewhat cut off.
• 14:9 Zoom: a picture in 14:9 format ("Letterbox") will be
expanded to the upper and lower edges of the screen.
• Cinema: a picture in 16:9 format will be expanded to full screen
size.
• Subtitle: As with the "Cinema" setting. The picture is only
shifted up, so that any subtitles or running text become visible.
• Zoom: the picture is automatically expanded to full picture
width.
Zoom in PC mode
• You can make use of the 4:3 and 16:9 formats in PC mode.
Other picture settings
• You can pause and again release the picture with the OK/SELECT key.
• You can select the picture mode with the PP ("Personal Preferences") key: Natural, Cinema,
Dynamic.
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Displaying information
• Press on the INFO key to display the following current settings:
– Channel location and channel name;
– Volume setting (Mono of Stereo);
– Picture setting.
• You will receive the same information when you switch over to another channel.
• You can display the time in TV mode by pressing the
key (Time/Sub-page videotext).
Select external device
• You can select the IN connections on the connected devices with the AV/ SOURCE key.
Note that the source (the connected device) will only be recognised if this source is highlighted in the
SOURCE menu when switching through with the AV/ SOURCE key.
• P– : TV function (aerial signal)
• EXT - 1: device on SCART 1 input
• EXT - 2: device on SCART 2-input
• EXT-2 S: device with S-Video output on SCART 2 connection
• BAV: device on yellow/white/red RCA inputs
• S-VIDEO: device on S-Video connection
• HDMI-1: HDMI input 1
• HDMI-2: HDMI input 2
• YPbPr: device on Component video and audio inputs
• PC: device on PC input
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Video text
Your LCD-TV supports 1000 pages of Teletext. This means that the device does not need to search following
input of one of these 1000 pages, but will immediately display the page in question.
Video text is a free service that is broadcast by the majority of television stations and offers current information
in relation to news, the weather, television programs, share prices, subtitles and other subjects. Your LCD TV
offers many useful functions for operating Video text and multi-page text, storing sub-pages or fast navigation.
To operate video text
1. Select a TV station on which video text is being transmitted.
2. Press on the
key to display the basic/index page of the video text.
3. The TV picture will be displayed on the left after you have pressed the
key again.
4. By pressing the
key again, you will switch over again to TV mode.
Press the TV key to return to TV mode.
Select video text pages
Number keys
• Enter the video text page required directly as three-digit number with the number keys.
• The page number selected will be displayed in the upper left corner of the screen. The video text counter
will search un-til the page number selected has been found.
Channel selection keys
• You can scroll forwards and backwards through the video text pages with the channel selection keys.
Colour buttons
• If text is displayed in colour at the bottom of the screen, you can select the associated content
immediately by pressing the associated RED, GREEN, YELLOW or BLUE keys.
Subpages
Some video text pages contain sub-pages. For example, 1/3 will be displayed at the lower edge of the screen.
The sub-pages will be faded in successively at intervals of approx. 30 seconds.
You will also be able to call up the sub-pages yourself by pressing the
button. A four-digit entry field, into
which you will be able to enter the number of a sub-page (e.g. 0002), will appear. You can scroll through the
sub-pages with the directional keys .
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Useful features for video text
Combination of video text and TV picture
• Press the
key to display Teletext transparently (the TV picture is visible in the background).
INDEX
• Press this button to select the index page that displays the list of Teletext contents.
STOP
The video text page that you have selected may contain more information than will fit on the screen. In this
case the information will be sub-divided across several sub-pages. The sub-pages will be scrolled through with
regular pauses in between.
• Press the STOP key to prevent pages from changing automatically. The STOP symbol will be displayed
in the top left corner of the screen and the automatic switching over of pages will be interrupted.
• Press the STOP key again to resume automatic changing of pages.
Suppress TT Search
If you press the
key in video text mode, the video text display will move to the background. With this you
can bridge waiting times until the required page displays.
• Select the required page number in the video text mode.
• Press on the
key to switch to TV mode while waiting for the video text page. A field will appear in
the top left corner with the required page number or the
symbol while searching continues.
• The page number will be displayed as soon as the required page is found.
• Press the
key again to display the required page.
Displaying hidden text
• You can display hidden information, such as solutions to riddles, puzzles or quizzes, by pressing the
key once.
• If you press the
key again, the answers will be hidden again.
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The OSD menu
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You can set certain parameters on the LCD-TV using the OSD menu (On Screen Display).
Navigating within the Menu
1. Press the M button to activate the OSD.
2. Select the options from the main menu with the directional keys.
3. Select the options from a menu with the directional keys .
4. Go back to the main menu with the directional key .
5. Open a sub-menu with directional key (not available in every menu).
6. Go back to the menu above with the menu key M.
7. Set the required value or enter another selection with directional keys .
Close the menu with the menu key M and confirm the selection at the same time.
NB: the menu will close automatically after approx. 15, 30 or 60 seconds if no key is pressed (setting in menu
FEATURE).
ATTENTION:
The menus described here may vary from the menus on your screen because of possible technical
modifications.
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Menu PICTURE
Menu point
Settings
Mode
Select image mode: Natural, Cinema, Dynamic. This function corresponds to
the operation of the PP key.
Contrast
Reduce or increase the contrast (0-63).
Brightness
Reduce or increase the brightness (0-63).
Sharpness
Reduce or increase the sharpness (0-15).
Colour
Reduce or increase the saturation (0-63).
Colour Temp
Select hue: Normal, Warm, Cold.
Noise
Reduction
You can reduce noise in the image with this function and improve the image quality
if the signal is weak. Select from Off, Low, Medium or High.
Film Mode
Films are recorded with a different number of images per second than are TV
images. Select On when you watch a film to see the image quality of scenes with
rapid movement better.
3 D Comb
The 3D comb filter is used to improve colour transitions and the colour quality of
images. Select On or Off.
Zoom
Here you can select the image settings, as with the WIDE key.
Reset
Reset all image settings to the factory settings with or OK.
Store
Store the settings here with
or OK.
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Menu SOUND
Menu point
Settings
Volume
Basic setting of the volume when switching on (range 0-63). Select a limited basic
volume.
Equalizer
Open EQUALIZER sub-menu: See following section
Balance
Balance between left and right loudspeaker (range -31 - 31).
Headphone
Opens HEADPHONE sub-menu: See next section but one.
Sound Mode
Sound mode: Choose between Stereo and Mono. If the current broadcast supports
the DUAL mode (e.g. with bilingual broadcasts) then you can also choose here
between Dual I and Dual II (original language and synchronisation). This
function corresponds to the operation of the I-II key.
AVL
The AVL (Automatic Volume Limiting) function aligns the various volumes of the
various transmissions with each other. Off: Original volumes; On: Equal volume
Effect
Switch sound effect on or off.
If the current Sound Mode is set to Mono, the sound will be perceived as with stereo
reproduction if the sound effect is switched on.
If the current Sound Mode is set to Stereo, the sound will have greater depth.
Dynamic Bass
Set the bass sounds to Low, High or Off. The High setting is not recommended at
high volume.
Store
Store the settings here with or OK.
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Submenu EQUALIZER
Menu point
Settings
Sound Mode
Make your choice from various Equalizer pre-sets. With the Pop, Rock, Jazz and
Classic settings the sound settings are optimised for the type of music in question;
Normal is the normal setting.
User
You can define your own setting with the User setting: Choose a frequency band with
Choose a value with .
Submenu HEADPHONE
Menu point
Settings
Volume
Set the volume of the headphones (range 0-63). (You can only set the volume of the
main speakers with the
loudspeaker keys.)
WARNING!
In the first instance set the volume to a value at the lowest end of the scale
before you put on the headphones. Then select a comfortable volume.
Excessive volume can damage your hearing.
Sound Mode
Choose between Stereo and Mono for the headphones. If the current broadcast
supports the DUAL mode (e.g. with bilingual broadcasts) then you can also choose here
between Dual I and Dual II (original language and synchronisation).
Balance
Balance between left and right loudspeaker for the headphones.
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Menu FUNCTION
Menu point
Settings
Sleep Timer
Select the time after which the device is automatically turned off. You can set the time
in steps of 10 minutes (maximum 2 hours) with the directional keys . The time
for the Sleep Timer will start to run as soon as you have set the switch off time.
Select Off to switch off this function.
Child Lock
If you put the setting to On , then the keys on the device will be blocked (with the
exception of the on/off switch)
Language
Choose the language for the OSD menu. This will change immediately.
Ext-2 Out
This sets which signal will be put out as the output signal via the SCART-2 connection.
Choose between TV, EXT-1, BAV, YPbPr Audio, PC and Audio. - If HDMI is
selected as the input source, the HDMI Audio option is also available.
PC Audio In
This sets which signal will be input via the PC-AUDIO input. Choose between TV,
EXT-1, EXT-2, BAV, YPbPr Audio and PC Audio.
Blue
Background
If the LCD-TV does not receive any signal, a blue background will appear instead of
"snow" or a black image.
Menu
Background
Here you can make the menu background more or less transparent by means of the
directional key .
Menu Timeout
Here you can set the time after which the OSD menu will automatically close: 15, 30 or
60 seconds.
Teletext
Language
The pre-set is West. If you are in a different language region, you can change the
language setting: East, Turk/Gre, Cyrillic or Arabic.
Standard
Format
Set the standard zoom here to Panomara, 16:9, 4:3 or 14:9-Zoom.
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Menu INSTALL
Under normal circumstances, the automatic channel seek function looks for the available channels and these
are automatically stored on the channel locations in the order they are found. You can reorder the channel
locations in the channel table (see menu "PROGRAM TABLE").
The INSTALL menu moreover puts you into a position to search for individual channels manually and to store
them as well as to adjust the picture to the optimum setting.
Menu point
Settings
Program Table
Open the channel table (see following section) with.
Program
This displays the number of the channel location of the current channel. You can
select another channel location with the directional keys or with the digit keys
(0 to 99).
Store the new channel location with the OK key or by selecting the Store option and
pressing on . The Stored... message will then be displayed.
Remember that the current channel will be saved onto the selected channel location.
The channel will be stored under the channel number (e.g. "C-25") and not under the
channel name.
It is advisable to reserve channel location 0 if you want to connect a video recorder.
Band
The television frequency band is sub-divided into channel types C (Normal channel)
and S (Special channel). This displays the channel type of the currently set channel.
Channel
This displays the channel number of the currently set channel. You can select another
channel with .
Colour System
Here you select a country-specific TV colour standard: Auto (the correct colour
system is set automatically), PAL (for PAL 50 MHz), SECAM,
PAL 60. If the video standard (see following option) is set to "I", then SECAM is not
available.
If an external source is selected (EXT - 1, etc.), NTSC 3.58 and
NTSC 4.43 (usual colour format in North America) are also available.
Choosing an incorrect colour system will result in an incorrect picture.
Sound System
Here you select a country specific TV system (video standard): BG (West Europe), I
(Great Britain), L, L' (France) or DK (countries in Eastern Europe).
Choosing an incorrect video standard can also result in an incorrect picture.
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Fine Tune
Here you can adjust the picture of the currently selected channel with.
Search
Here you can search channels manually.
Start a search up or down with the directional keys . The search will be
interrupted with every programme that is found. The MHz value will be displayed.
You can assign a location to the channel under the Program menu option.
Remember that when you save a different channel that location will be written over.
You can adjust the channel further using the Fine Tune menu option (see
previous section).
Store the channel by pressing the OK key or by selecting the Store option and
pressing on. The Stored... message will then be displayed.
Store
Saving selected channel (see Program and Search options).
Save video recorder manually
The manual search function can, for example, be used to set a video recorder on the LCD-TV.
Once the LCD-TV and the video recorder are connected via the aerial, you should tune your video recorder to
the test signal.
• Perform the manual search action on the LCD-TV.
• Once the test signal has been found, store the test signal under channel location 0 (no TV channel is
stored on this channel location).
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PROGRAM TABLE
The channel table displays the currently stored channels. The channels are displayed under their channel
names, insofar as the TV channel supports this function. The channel number S- or C- if the name cannot be
displayed. Here "S" stands for special channel and "C" for normal channel ("Channel").
The channel memory can store 100 channels. Activate the cursor in the table with the directional key . You
can open another column by going to the right column with the directional key and pressing again.
Menu point
Settings
Name
Now you can change the channel name.
Highlight the required channel name and press the red key. You can now change the
first letter. Select a symbol with the directional keys . – The symbols are
displayed in the following sequence: A B C [t/m] Z a b c [t/m] z ( ) * + , . /
[space] - _ 0 1 2 [t/m] 9 .
Use the directional key to go to the next letter, and so on. At the end press the red
key again to store the name.
Delete
Select the channel you wish to remove from the list and then press the yellow key.
Press the yellow key again to confirm. The channels underneath will shift up one
place in the table.
Insert
With this you can shift a channel to another location.
Select the required channel and press the green key. Move the channel to the
required location with and press the green key again. The other channels will
move as well.
APS
You can search for channels automatically with APS.
Press the blue key. A text will appear: "WARNING! All Prestored Programs
will be deleted" . Select another country if necessary with the directional keys
The country setting has an effect on the sequence in which channels are
stored.
Press the blue key if you want to cancel the function. Press the red key or OK to start
searching. The channel table will be displayed after the search is finished.
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Menu SOURCE
You can select another input source in this menu. You can also highlight a source so that you can select this
directly with the AV key.
Menu point
Settings
TV
Aerial use (TV channel)
EXT-1
Left SCART connection (analogue)
EXT-2
Right SCART connection (analogue)
EXT-2 S
Right SCART connection with transmission of S-Video picture signals (analogue)
BAV
Video-Audio input - yellow/red/white (analogue)
S-VIDEO
S-Video input (analogue)
HDMI 1
Right HDMI input (digital)
HDMI 2
Left HDMI input (digital)
YPbPr
Component inputs (digital)
PC
PC input (digital)
• Select the required source with .
• You can switch over to this source by pressing on the directional.
• You can highlight a source by pressing OK.
If the menu is closed, you can immediately select all sources that are highlighted in the menu with the
AV key.
Depending on the selected external source, the INSTALL menu is unavailable or available but with fewer
options.
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Menu in PC mode
The OSD menu has the following option in PC mode:
Menu PC POSITION
Menu point
Settings
Autoposition
If the picture has shifted, you can select the Autoposition option and press
OK to move it back to the middle of the screen. This function has to be
performed with a full picture, otherwise the settings will not match.
H Position
Here you can change the horizontal position of the picture with the use of .
V Position
Here you can change the vertical position of the picture with the use of .
Phase
If the PC picture does not display clearly, you can align the picture signal here
with the pixels on the LCD-TV with the use of . This makes the picture
sharper and more even.
Dot Clock
Pixel frequency. This setting synchronises the signal display with the pixel
frequency of the screen. This corrects errors that can appear as vertical stripes
with pixel intensive reproductions (such as tables or texts with small fonts).
Adjust the pixel frequency with .
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Connections and examples of connections
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The connections are on the rear of the
device.
Connection
Name of
source
Examples of connections
S-VIDEO
S-VHS input (S-VIDEO) to connect a device to an S-VIDEO output
(e.g. camcorder). You will need an S-Video cable for this
connection.
BAV
VIDEO input (yellow) to connect devices such as camcorders, DVD
players, decoders (e.g. satellite receivers), etc.
AUDIO inputs L-R (red/white): Connect the left and right audio
channels of the source here, if you want to reproduce the sound
through the LCD-TV (e.g. camcorder).
You will need RCA cables for these connections.
Connect headphones or earphones here with a 3.5 mm TRS stereo
connector to be able to hear the sound from your device via this
connection. The main loudspeaker will remain switched on.
Using this appliance at full volume for extended
periods of time may cause damage to the hearing
capacity of the listener.
HDMI 2
Digital connection: to connect an apparatus with an HDMI output.
For this you need an HDMI cable.
HDMI 1
Same as HDMI 2.
PC
VGA connection. Connect your PC or notebook here. For this you
need a VGA cable.
Audio input for 3.5 mm TRS stereo connector, e.g. for PCs.
You can select an input source in the FEATURE menu for PCAUDIO IN.
P-
(Channel
number)
TV function
Now connect the aerial cable.
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YPbPr
Y - PB - PR and AUDIO L - R (left - right): Component inputs to
connect devices to Component output, such as camcorders, DVD
players, decoders (e.g. satellite receivers), etc. You will need a
green/blue/red Component cable for this connection for the video
link, as well as a red/white RCA cable for the audio link.
EXT-1
SCART input to connect devices such as video recorders, DVD
players, games consoles, decoders (e.g. satellite receivers), etc.
You will need a SCART cable for this connection.
EXT-2
Same as EXT-1.
You can select an output source in the FEATURE menu for EXT-2.
This SCART connection can also transmit better S-Video image
signals (for devices with an S-Video output, e.g. camcorders). The
S-Video picture signal is not, however, supported by all external
devices.
EXT-2 S
This connection is only intended for servicing purposes.
Do not try to connect a device to this.
Now connect the supplied mains cable.
Headphones
Connect the headphones to the headphone connection. The main loudspeakers will remain on when the
headphones are connected. Regulate the volume level of the headphones by means of the volume keys and the
Switch Off Sound key. You can adjust the volume of the headphones in the SOUND menu, HEADPHONE submenu, see Submenu HEADPHONE .
DVD player
Connect a DVD player with a SCART cable to the SCART-1 or SCART-2 connections.
You can also use red-white (for sound reproduction) and yellow (for picture transmission) RCA cables.
You can also use a S-VHS cable as an alternative to the yellow RCA cable.
If the DVD player has YUV outputs (Y Pb Pr), it is advisable to connect these using a Component cable
(green/blue/red RCA) to the Y-Pb-Pr and L-R Component inputs on the LCD-TV.
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Video recorder
Connect an aerial cable to the aerial socket of the LCD TV and the aerial output of the video recorder, if you
want to connect a video recorder to the LCD TV. Connect another aerial cable to the aerial input of the video
recorder and the aerial socket on the wall.
In addition you can connect an LCD-TV and a video recorder with each other using a SCART cable.
If you want to transmit stereo sound you will need a SCART
connection.
DVD recorder
You can connect a DVD recorder to one of the two SCART connections on the LCD-TV using a SCART cable.
In addition connect the aerial cable in the manner described in the "Video Recorder" section (see
above.)
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Receiver (SAT, DVB-T, decoder, etc.)
Connect a device that is intended to be used as a receiver for the LCD TV (e. g. SAT receiver, DVB-T receiver,
decoder, set-top box) or a DVD recorder to the SCART socket, with a SCART cable.
Apart from with SCART cables you can also connect the device with RCA cables:
• Connect (red-white) audio RCA cables to the audio inputs on the LCD-TV and the audio outputs on the
external device.
• Connect a (yellow) video RCA cable to the video input on the LCD-TV and the audio output on the
external device.
• Apart from using a video RCA cable you can also connect an S-Video video cable to the S-Video input on
the LCD-TV and the S-Video output on the external device.
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DVD or video recorder and Sat-receiver
If you want to connect a DVD or video recorder and a satellite receiver at the same time, you can use the
following connection
method:
Camcorder
• You can reproduce the sound and pictures of a camcorder on your LCD-TV by connecting the camcorder
to the AUDIO-IN connections and the VIDEO-IN connection on the LCD-TV.
• Apart from using a (yellow) video RCA cable you can also connect an S-Video video cable to the S-Video
input on the LCD-TV and the S-Video output on the camcorder.
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Device with HDMI or DVI output
HDMI ("High Definition Multimedia Interface") is the only interface in the entertainment electronics sector with
which one can transmit audio and video data digitally at the same time. HDMI can process all picture and sound
systems known at this time, including HDTV (High Definition Television), so that it can reproduce a resolution of
1080 i without loss of quality.
Many devices from the entertainment electronics sector, such as DVD players, are equipped these days with
HDMI or DVI outputs.
External device with HDMI output
1. Connect an HDMI cable (not supplied) to one of the two HDMI inputs on the LCD-TV and the HDMI
output on the external device.
2. Once you have connected the HDMI device, then switch on the LCD-TV.
3. Then switch on the external HDMI reproduction device.
External device with DVI output
If the external device has a DVI output, you can also connect it to the HDMI input (HDMI is backwards
compatible with DVI - "Digital Visual Interface"). For this you need an HDMI-to-DVI adapter. Given that no sound
can be transmitted via the DVI output, you also need to connect an audio cable with a TRS stereo connector to
PC AUDIO IN and activate the PC Audio option in the FEATURE menu under PC Audio In.
PC
The LCD-TV can be connected as a screen or additional monitor to your PC or notebook. The image on your PC
or notebook will then be displayed on the LCD-TV.
Connect the LCD-TV as follows:
1. Switch off both devices.
2. Connect a VGA cable (screen cable; not supplied) to the VGA input on the LCD-TV and to the output for
the video card on the PC or the notebook.
3. Tighten the screws on the screen cable with your fingers so that the plug makes a good connection.
4. If you also want sound, connect an audio cable to the PC-AUDIO-IN input.
5. Switching the LCD-TV on first.
6. Only then switch on the PC or notebook.
7. Press the
key on the remote control in order to switch to PC mode. The PC image will appear on the
LCD-TV. You can return to TV mode with the TV key.
If you use the LCD-TV as a second screen with your PC, then it may sometimes be necessary to adjust the screen
settings in the operating system. You will find further information about matters you need to pay attention to
when using more than one screen in the user manual for your PC or notebook.
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The universal remote control
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Scope of application
This universal remote control can operate the following types of devices:
• TV
Television
• DVD
DVD player MD 81777
• SAT, AUX
Other devices (e. e. analogue satellite receivers, other DVD players, loudspeakers, tuners,
etc.). The label indicates the device type to be programmed. It is used to provide an easier
overview
Programming device codes
General information
For every device that you would like to operate using the universal remote control, you must program a fourdigit device code to a source key (TV, SAT, AUX). You can assign any key to any device (”flex mode”) with the
exception of the TV button, which can only be assigned one television.
Video recorder: Perform the code search when a video is in the machine.
Enter the device code according to the code list
The codes of the corresponding devices can be found in the Code List at the end of these operating
instructions. Proceed as follows:
1. Switch the relevant device on manually.
2. Keep the CODE key pressed for approx. 3 seconds until the red LED remains solid.
3. Briefly press the required souce key(TV, SAT, AUX).
4. Enter the four-digit code from the Code Table.
The key lighting will extinguish briefly each time the key is pressed.
If the entered code was valid, the light of the source key will extinguish after the last digit has been entered. If
an invalid code was entered, the red LED flashes for three seconds before extinguishing.
If the device does not respond as expected, repeat the programming, or try a different manufacturers code.
Select the code to which most of the remote control commands react correctly.
If this is also unsuccessful, the try one of the search methods described in the following sections.
Manual code search
Carry out a manual search as follows:
1. Switch the relevant device on manually.
2. Keep the CODE key pressed for approx. 3 seconds until the red LED remains solid.
3. Briefly press the required source key (TV, SAT, AUX).
4. Keep pressing the (up to 350 times) STANDBY or P/CH +– until the device that is to be controlled
switches off, changes channels, or responds accordingly.
5. The code search begins at the currently stored number.
6. Briefly press OK to save the code.
Due to the considerable quantity of different code numbers, up to 350 different codes are pre-programmed per
device type. In individual cases it may be possible that only the most common main functions are available. The
process described here may not work for some special models.
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Automatic search
If your device does not respond to the remote control, even though you have tried all of the codes listed for
your device type and the relevant brand, then try using the automatic search. This will enable you to find codes
for brands that were not listed in the device Code List.
1. Switch the relevant device on manually.
2. Keep the CODE key pressed for approx. 3 seconds until the red LED remains solid.
3. Briefly press the required source key (TV, SAT, AUX).
4. Point the remote control at the device and briefly press the button P/CH + once.
5. If the device has no program function, press P/CH + or STANDBY instead.
6. The remote control starts the code search after 6 seconds and transmits all codes consecutively at 1second intervals. The source key will light up for each transmission.
7. As soon as the device responds to the remote control, press OK . – If you did not press OK at the right
time, you can return to the code to which the device responded step by step by pressing P/CH - key.
To cancel the search, press EXIT.
1 second or 3 second intervals
If you want the remote control to transmit a new code every 3 seconds instead of every second, proceed as
follows:
Within 6 seconds of pressing the P/CH + (or STANDBY) key as described in Point 4 press the P/CH + or
P/CH - key again. The remote control will now only transmit a new code every 3 seconds. This gives you more
time, but the procedure will also take longer.
Code searching by brand name
This function gives you the option of searching by brand name (see code list). This is done as follows:
1. Switch the relevant device on manually.
2. Keep the CODE key pressed down for approx. 3 seconds until the background lighting of the source
key briefly flashes and then remains on.
3. Briefly press the required source key (TV, SAT, AUX).
4. Enter the one-digit code according to the following table:
Key 1 = Medion, Tchibo
Key 2 = Philips, Radiola, Philco, Erres, Pye
Taste 3 = Sony, Akai, Panasonic, JVC, Sharp, Toshiba, Daewo
Key 4 = Thomson, Brandt, Fergusson
Key 5 = Saba, Nordmende, Telefunken
Key 6 = Grundig, Blaupunkt
Key 0 = all brands.
5. Continue pressing the P/CH + key, until the device responds accordingly. Proceed quickly; otherwise
the automatic code search will start.
6. Save the code by pressing OK .
If all the codes have been searched, the source key will flash for approx. 3 seconds.
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Code identification
Code identification gives you the opportunity to determine codes that have already been entered and stored in
the remote control. Proceed as follows:
Switch the relevant device on manually.
1. Keep the CODE key pressed for approx. 3 seconds until the red LED remains solid.
2. Briefly press the required source key (TV, SAT, AUX).
3. Briefly press the CODE button. The source key will briefly extinguish after the key has been pressed.
4. To find the first number, press the number keys from 0 to 9. If the source key extinguishes briefly, then it
is the first stored number.
5. To determine the second number, press the number keys again from 0 to 9. Repeat the procedure for the
third number.
6. The source key will extinguish as soon as the button for the third number has been pressed.
Code identification has now been completed.
Normal operation
Operating individual devices
After you have finished programming your remote control for your audio/video devices, the remote control will
work in the common main functions just like the original remote control of the respective device.
Point your remote control at the desired device and press the relevant source key. The key will light up briefly
but will not remain lit.
Activate the functions by pressing the corresponding function key of your universal remote control. The source
key will light up briefly each time the key is pressed.
Please note:
- In certain circumstances, not every function of your original remote control may be directly available on the
universal remote control.
- Especially for newer devices, it might be possible that the functions are stored to different keys than expected
or may not even be available at all.
“All off” function
You can switch off all pre-programmed devices at the same time. This is done as follows:
1. Briefly press the STANDBY key. The selected device switches off and the relevant source key will light up.
2. Immediately press the (STANDBY) key again and keep it pressed for 3 seconds. Now all pre-programmed
devices will be switched off consecutively. This takes about 3 seconds.
If a default device was switched off, it can be switched on via the “All off” function.
GUIDE - EPG – Electronic Programme Guide
The Guide (EPG - "Electronic Programme Guide") key has various functions depending on which code has
been used:
• For DVD codes the button opens the title menu.
• For SAT- or VCR codes you can use the button for programming, if your device has an EPG function.
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Troubleshooting
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Many times, problems have simple causes. We would like to give you some tips to solve some common
problems. Should these tips not help, please call us!
There is no picture or sound.
• Check whether the mains cable has been connected to the socket and the mains adapter correctly.
• Check whether the signal reception has been set to TV.
• Check whether the mains switch of the device on the rear of the device has been switched on.
There is no picture. There is no picture from AV.
• Make sure the Contrast/Brightness is properly adjusted.
• Make sure all external devices are connected properly.
• Check whether the correct AV setting has been selected.
• If you want to select an input source with AV you need to highlight this in the SOURCE menu.
There is no sound.
• Make sure the volume is not set to minimum.
• Make sure the sound is not set to mute.
There is no picture or sound, just noise.
• The reception may be weak. Make sure the aerial is not disconnected.
The picture is not clear.
• The reception may be weak.
• Make sure the aerial is not disconnected.
The picture is too bright or too dark.
• Check the contrast and brightness settings.
The remote control does not work.
• Check whether the batteries in the remote are operational and have been inserted correctly.
• Make sure the remote sensor window is not under strong lighting.
• Switch the device off and on again with the mains switch at the rear.
The picture is not sharp.
• The reception may be weak.
• Make sure the aerial is not disconnected.
• Check the sharpness and noise suppression settings in the PICTURE menu.
A double or triple image will be displayed.
• Check if the aerial is correctly oriented.
• The signal may be reflected off hills or buildings.
The picture is spotted.
• There may be interference from automobiles, trains, high voltage lines, neon light, etc.
• There may be interference between the antenna cable and power cable. Try moving them further apart.
There are stripes on the screen or colors fade.
• Is the unit receiving interference from other devices?
• Transmission antennas of radio broadcasting station and transmission antennas of amateur radio and
cellular phones may also cause interference.
• Place the unit as far apart as possible from device that may cause possible interference.
The operating buttons on the device do not function.
• The child-lock may have been activated.
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Do you require additional Support?
If the suggestions in the above section have not solved your problem, please contact the hotline. We will try
and help you over the telephone. However, before you contact your Service Center, please keep the following
information available:
• What external devices have been connected?
• What messages appear on your display?
• During which operating step has the problem arisen?
• When a PC has been connected to the device:
– What is the system configuration?
– Which software were you using when the problem arose?
• What steps have you already undertaken to solve the problem?
• If you have already been given a customer number, please keep this available.
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Maintenance
The lifespan of the LCD-TV can be extended by the following means:
7. Before cleaning, always remove the power adapter plug and all connecting cables.
8. Do not use any solvents, corrosive or gaseous cleaning agents.
9. Clean the display with a soft, lint-free cloth.
10. Ensure that no water droplets remain on the screen. Water can cause permanent discoloration.
11. Do not expose the screen to bright sunlight.
12. Please keep the packaging material well and use it exclusively to transport the device.
ATTENTION!
There are no user-serviceable or user-cleanable parts inside the device.
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Specifications
Input voltage:
Visible display size:
Power consumption:
Power consumption
standby:
TV system:
Channels:
Audio:
Channel positions:
Antenna interface:
Dimensions (W x H x D,
incl. stand):
Weight (incl. stand):
230 V ~ 50 Hz
40 inch (102 cm) TFT; 16:9-display
240 W
<1W
PAL, SECAM, B/G, D/K, I, L/L'
VHF (Band I/III)
FM (BAND U)
HYPERBAND
KABEL-TV (S1-S20)/(S21-S41)
Stereo
100
75 Ohm
1012 x 709 x 280 mm
approx. 23 kg
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Recycling
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Packaging
Your device is packaged to protect it against damage during transportation. The packaging is
manufactured from materials that can be sent to a specialist recycling facility and disposed of in an
environmentally-friendly way.
Device
At the end of its life, the appliance must not be disposed of in household rubbish. Enquire about the
options for environmentally-friendly disposal.
Batteries
Do not dispose of used batteries in the household rubbish! They must be deposited at a collection point
for used batteries.
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Pixel errors with LCD TVs
Individual pixels or groups of them can fail in rare cases, in spite of the most up-to-date manufacture, because
of the highly complex technology.
Active matrix LCDs (TFT) with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixel,(WXGA) which are in turn composed of three subpixels each (red, green, blue), contain about 3 million addressable transistors. Because of this very high number
of transistors and their extremely complex production process occasionally defective or incorrectly addressed
pixels or sub-pixels may occur.
Description
Accepted Number
1 sub-pixel
Max. 2
Two lying next to each other
(horizontally/vertically)
0
Distance
Minimum distance between light and dark subpixels
Min. 5 mm
Dark sub-pixels
Individual
Max. 7
Two lying next to each other
Max. 2
Minium distance between light and dark sub-pixels
Min. 5 mm
Bright sub-pixels
Distance
Total number of bright and dark sub-pixels
Max. 7
The Table describes the maximum number of pixel faults that are permitted to arise on the screen, without
involving a guaran-tee case. Under certain circumstances, a guarantee case will be present if the number of
faults given above is exceeded in one category.
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All rights reserved.
This manual is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. Copying mechanically, electronically and any other way is prohibited unless
written permission from the manufacturer is obtained.
The company MEDION® owns the copyright.
Subject to technical and optical changes as well as printing errors.
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Wall Mounting
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You can mount the LCD-TV onto a wall.
Accessories
The following accessories are supplied with the LCD-TV:
2 steel rails, 4 screws, 4 plastic hanging elements, 1 drill template,
1 illustrated mounting manual (applies to several types of device).
You will also need 8 raw plugs and screws for fixing to the wall (available in trade shops).
Safety instructions for wall mounting
Be certain to adhere to the following safety instructions when mounting the unit on the wall:
• The LCD-TV must only be mounted onto straight perpendicular walls.
• Check before mounting if the load-bearing capacity of the wall equals at least three times the weight of
the device (16 kg). Ask a qualified fitter for advice if in doubt.
• Switch the LCD-TV off before starting with mounting. The mains cable and aerial cable must be
unplugged.
• At least two persons are required to carry out mounting.
• You will require an electric drill and a cross-head screwdriver to carry out the mounting.
ATTENTION!
Make sure that the raw plugs and screws that you select are suitable for your wall.
Mounting the hanging elements and the device
1. Push the supplied M4 x 10 screws through the plastic hanging elements. The
side with the smallest diameter on the plastic hanging elements is to be found
on the outside.
2. Tighten the screws with the plastic hanging
elements in the correct screw holes on the rear
of the device.
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Remove base
The base of the device is fixed to the rear with six
screws.
1. Undo the six screws with a cross-head
screwdriver.
2. Lift up the device, away from the base.
Fixing the steel rails to the wall
1. Select a location on the wall where there is sufficient distance between the LCD-TV and other objects
(see section Point of use).
Bear in mind that the hanging elements on the rear of the device will fit into the narrow ends of the
hanging openings in the steel rails.
2. Mark the eight drill holes in the wall with the supplied drill template.
3. Drill the eight holes for the raw plugs in the wall.
4. Insert the raw plugs.
ATTENTION!
The raw plugs must fit tightly! Do not hang the device on the wall if the raw plugs are not
tightly fixed.
5. Attach the two steel rails each with four screws. The narrow sides of the hanging openings must face
downwards.
6. Now you can hang the LCD-TV on the steel rails.
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Code list for universal remote
control
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TV
ACME
ADA
BLUE STAR
0009
0026
ADC
0002 0007
ADMIRAL
0019 0108 0002 0001 0047 0000
ADYSON
0003
AGAZI
0002
AGB
0123
AIKO
0003 0009 0004
AIWA
0184 0248 0291
AKAI
0011 0086 0009 0068 0004 0006 0008
0051 0061 0088 0169 0200 0133 0141
0069
AKIBA
0011
AKURA
0169 0074 0002 0009 0011 0071
ALBA
0028 0027 0009 0011 0003 0068 0083
0169 0047 0245 0248 0162 0062
ALBIRAL
0037
ALKOS
0164
ALLORGAN
0157 0026
ALLSTAR
0051
AMPLIVISION
0003
AMSTRAD
0011 0009 0068 0074 0002 0108 0071 0069
0030 0123 0013
0120
BONDSTEC
0129
BOOTS
0003
BPL
0120
BRANDT
0127 0045 0022 0036 0126 0139 0046
BRION VEGA
0051 0169 0000
BRITANNIA
0003
BROKSONIC
0920
BRUNS0000
0007
BSR
0131 0026
BTC
0011
BUSH
0028 0027 0032 0009 0011 0019 0205
0039 0051 0068 0169 0107 0115 0131
0139 0167 0245 0248 0024 0132 0120
0062
CAPSONIC
0002
CARREFOUR
0027
CASCADE
0009
CATHAY
0051 0169
CENTRUM
0168 0205
CENTURION
0051 0169
CENTURY
0000
CGE
0129 0047 0131 0043
0009 0065 0109
CIMLINE
0009 0028
ANGLO
0009
CITY
0009
ANITECH
0009 0002 0043 0109
CLARIVOX
0169 0037
ANSONIC
0009 0014
CLATRONIC
ARC EN CIEL
0126 0045 0139
0009 0011 0051 0002 0083 0003 0129
0030 0043
COMBITECH
0248
ANAM
ARCAM
0003
ARISTONA
0169 0051
ARTHUR MARTIN
0158
ASA
0017 0110 0016 0018 0000 0021
ASBERG
0051 0043
ASTRA
0009
ASUKA
0011 0002 0003
ATLANTIC
0169 0003 0051 0157
ATORI
0009
AUDIOSONIC
0009 0003 0169 0011 0051 0139 0157
0090 1062
AUDIOTON
0003
AUSIND
0043
AUTOVOX
0003 0002 0101 0157 0000 0125 0043
BAIRD
0111 0139 0245
CONCORDE
0009
CONDOR
0198 0051 0083 0003 0245
CONTEC
0003 0009 0027 0030 0029
CONTINENTAL EDISON
0022 0111 0036 0045 0126 0139
0046
COSMEL
0009
CROSLEY
0129 0131 0000 0043
CROWN
0009 0169 0083 0047 0051 0245 0121
0043
CS ELECTRONICS
0011 0129 0003
CTC
0129
CTC CLATRONIC
0014
CYBERCOM
0177
0207
0047
0115
0924
0038
0208
0061
0154
0933
0171
0210
0063
0168
0248
0002
0169
0067
0185
0291
0009
0042
0068
0228
0206
0044
0103
0209
0205
0127
0107
0343
CYBERMAXX
0177
0205
0042
0067
0154
0209
0248
0038
0207
0044
0068
0155
0218
0291
0171
0208
0047
0087
0168
1005
0002
0210
0048
0103
0170
0894
0009
0211
0049
0107
0185
0343
0206
0169
0061
0115
0228
0924
0200
0015
0063
0127
0229
0933
0038
0207
0044
0068
0155
0218
0291
0171
0208
0047
0087
0168
1005
0002
0210
0048
0103
0170
0894
0009
0211
0049
0107
0185
0343
0206
0169
0061
0115
0228
0924
0200
0015
0063
0127
0229
0933
BANG & OLUFSON 0199 0000
BARCO
0112
BASIC LINE
0009 0011 0051 0245
BASTIDE
0003
BAUR
0169 0118 0076 0141 0132
BEKO
0042 0083 0034 1064 0007
BEON
0169 0051
BEST
0113
BESTAR
0051 0245
BINATONE
0003
CYBERTRON
0011
CYTRON
0177
0205
0042
0067
0154
0209
0248
BLACK DIAMOND 0171
BLACK PANTHER LINE
BLACK STAR
0245
0129
BLAUPUNKT
0117 0202 0135 0008 0022 0100
DAEWOO
0094 0009 0191 0003 0051 0115 0245
BLUE SKY
0011
DAINICHI
0011
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DANSAI
0002 0169 0051
DANTAX
0171 0161 0169 0088 0034 0113
DATSURA
0121
GOLDSTAR
0084 0129 0003 0009 0019 0051 0131
0169 0171 0261 0012 0093
GOODMANS
0009 0111 0002 0004 0027 0169 0028
0051 0068 0115 0127 0171 0245 0283
0093
0083
DAYTON
0009
DAYTRON
0245
GORENJE
DE GRAAF
0019 0006 0033
GPM
0011
DECCA
0003 0169 0004 0051 0123 0030
GRAETZ
0141 0142 0021
DELL
0025
GRANADA
DESMET
0051 0169
DIGITOR
0227 0228
0127 0019 0003 0006 0169 0027 0031
0051 0054 0004 0064 0133 0138 0128
0040 0043 0123
DISNEY
0148
DIXI
0009 0169 0051
DTS
0009
DUAL
0177
0208
0063
0126
0228
0089
0038
0169
0067
0131
0343
0171
0042
0068
0139
0924
0002
0044
0003
0154
0933
0009
0127
0103
0160
0248
0206
0047
0107
0168
0291
0207
0061
0115
0210
0125
DUAL-TEC
0009 0131 0003
DUMONT
0003 0014 0017 0018 0000
DURABRAND
0228 1006 1007 1008 1009 0933 1085
1086 1087 1088
GRANDIN
0009 0169 0011 0245 0120
GRUNDIG
0117 0091 0114 0101 0135 0008 0017
0136 0043
H&B
0343 0228
HAAZ
0228
HALIFAX
0002 0003
HAMPTON
0003
HANSEATIC
0009 0003 0027 0169 0051 0083 0118
0131 0141 0007 0026
HANTAREX
0009 0123
HARWOOD
0171
HCM
0002 0003 0009 0074 0120
0139
DUX
0169
HIFIVOX
DYNATRON
0051 0169
HINARI
ELBE
0108 0157 0037
0171 0009 0011 0027 0051 0006 0169
0248 0043 0137
ELCIT
0000
HISAWA
0011 0113 0120
ELECTRO TECH
0009
HISENSE
0156
ELEKTA
0120
HITACHI
ELIN
0051 0003 0169 0016 0018
ELITE
0011 0051
0027
0144
0045
1013
ELMAN
0014 0131
ELTA
0009
EMERSON
0141 0127 0000
ERRES
0169 0051
ESC
0245
ETRON
0009
EURO-FEEL
0002
EUROLINE
0149 0169 0088
EUROMANN
0002 0051 0003
EUROPHON
EXPERT
0003 0014 0051 0131 0123
0157
FENNER
0009 0115
FERGUSON
0127 0166 0035 0169 0036 0050 0052
0111 0163 0037
FIDELITY
HORNYPHON
0051
HOSHAI
0011
HUANYU
0003 0115
0019 0006 0110 0128
FINLUX
0061 0087 0063 0003 0004 0016 0167
0110 0131 0157 0169 0051 0017 0018
0014 0000 0123 0043
FIRSTLINE
0003 0129 0009 0051 0062 0026
FISHER
0006 0003 0018 0083 0131 0000 0027
0029 0040
0085
0118
0131
0046
0134
0004
0133
0033
0153
0016
0138
0123
HYGASHI
0003
HYPER
0003 0009 0129 0131
HYPSON
0002 0003 0051 0169 0120
0213 0140
0023 0041
0139 0141
0142
HYUNDAI
1010
ICE
0009 0002 0003 0011 0051 0068
IMPERIAL
0047 0051 0083 0129 0131 0021 0043
INDESIT
0024 0101
INDIANA
0051 0169
INGELEN
0021
INGERSOL
0009
INNO HIT
0009 0011 0003 0004 0051 0169 0245
0093 0123
INNOVATION
0171 0111 0002 0009 0169 0061 0067
0068 0103 0107 0115 0154 0168 0177
0248 0291
0003 0019 0068 0074 0096
FINLANDIA
0019
0003
0047
0021
INTERBUY
0009 0129 0109
INTERFUNK
0051 0129 0169 0139 0141 0000 0021
INTERTRONIC
0894
INTERVISION
0002 0003 0014 0109
FLINT
0051 0113
IRRADIO
0009 0011 0051 0169 0068
FORMENTI
0001 0169 0003 0131 0133 0000 0043
0125
ISUKAI
0011
ITC
0003 0131
FORTRESS
0001 0000
ITS
0011 0051 0068 0120
FRONTECH
0019 0002 0009 0068 0118 0129 0120
0021
ITT
0061 0009 0143 0031 0133 0141 0021
0142 0132
FUJITSU
0116 0004 0157
ITT/NOKIA
0133 0142 0021
FUNAI
0002 0026
ITV
0169 0171 0009 0088 0245
GALAXY
0047 0083
JEC
0164
GBC
0009 0027 0131
JVC
0051 0053 0027 0068
GEC
0169 0003 0004 0041 0051 0141 0123
0132
KAISUI
0009 0011 0003 0120
GELOSO
0019 0009 0131
GENERAL TECHNIC 0009 0248
GENEXXA
0011 0051 0021
KAMOSONIC
0003
KAMP
0003
KAPSCH
0157 0021
KARCHER
0169 0003 0009 0016 0037
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KENDO
0019 0014 0028 0108 0245
KENNEDY
0131 0157
KINGSLEY
0003
KNEISSEL
0174
KOLSTER
0051
KONKA
0047 0068 0229 0011
KORPEL
0051 0169
0209 0218 1005 0894 0343 0924 0933
0248 0291
MICROSTAR
0177
0205
0042
0067
0154
0209
0248
0038
0207
0044
0068
0155
0218
0291
0171
0208
0047
0087
0168
1005
0002
0210
0048
0103
0170
0894
0009
0211
0049
0107
0185
0343
0206
0169
0061
0115
0228
0924
0200
0015
0063
0127
0229
0933
KORTING
0000
MINERVA
0017 0101 0135
KOYODA
0009
MINOKA
0051
KTV
0003
MITSUBISHI
KURO
0121
0000 0027 0030 0051 0054 0057 0060
0098 0101 0135 0205
KYOTO
0037
MIVAR
0055 0083 0003 0093 0123 0043
LENCO
0009 0245
MOTION
0043
LENOIR
0003 0009
MT LOGIC
0090 1062
0132
0169
0129
MTC
LEYCO
0169 0002 0004 0051 0026
MULTI SYSTEM
LG
0084 0119 0129 0149 0019 0003 0051
0088 0131 0169 0171 0009 0261 0093
MULTITECH
0003 0009 0014 0019 0169 0027 0045 0129 0131 0043
MURPHY
0003 0133 0018
LIESENK
0169
NAD
0141
LIFE
0002 0009 0061 0067 0068 0103 0107
0111 0115 0154 0168 0169 0171 0177
0205 0291
NAIKO
0099
LESA
LIFETEC
0177
0207
0044
0068
0155
0218
0291
0038
0208
0047
0087
0168
1005
0171
0210
0048
0103
0170
0894
0002
0211
0049
0107
0185
0343
0009
0169
0061
0115
0228
0924
0206
0015
0063
0127
0229
0933
0205
0042
0067
0154
0209
0248
NAONIS
0019 0108
NATIONAL
0064 0101
NEC
0185 0027 0056
NECKERMANN
0003 0169 0008 0019 0022 0051 0083 0118 0132 0000
NEI
0051 0068 0169 0113
NESCO
0129
NEW WORLD
0011
LOEWE
0097 0098 0051 0169 0000
NEWTECH
0009 0051
LOGIK
0030
NICAMAGIC
0003
LUMA
0019 0169 0141 0157
NIKKAI
0002 0003 0164 0004 0011 0051 0169
LUMATRON
0002 0171 0019 0088 0051 0074 0169
0107 0141 0157 0245
NOBLIKO
0003 0014 0043
LUX MAY
0051
NOGAMATIC
0139
LUXOR
0141 0019 0047 0003 0077 0138
0132
M+P
0133
MAGNADYNE
0014 0129 0131 0169 0000 0123
MAGNAFON
0003 0014 0043 0123
MAGNUM
0002 0111 0009 0169 0171 0061 0067
0068 0103 0107 0115 0154 0168 0177
0200 0291
0093
NOKIA
0061 0143 0063 0141 0077 0133 0031 0021 0132 0142
NORDMENDE
0111 0127 0036 0045 0051 0126 0139 0046 0000 0021
0024
NORDVISION
0169
OCEANIC
0141 1011 0142 0021 1089
OKANO
0083
ONCEAS
0003
ONWA
0069
MANDOR
0002
ORBIT
0051
MANESTH
0002 0169 0003 0028 0051
ORION
MARANTZ
0051 0169
0099 0147 0159 0009 0212 0028 0051 0154 0169 0171
0920 0248 0283 0123 0142 0030 0013 0062 0075 0026
MARELLI
0000
ORMOND
0205
MARK
0051 0169
OSAKI
0011 0002 0003 0004 0074
MATSUI
0173
0003
0164
0026
OSO
0011
OSUME
0004 0029
OTTO VERSAND
0003 0169 0008 0001 0027 0051 0076 0111 0118
0131 0139 0141 0120 0121 0132
MATSUSHITA
0065
MCMICHAEL
0041
0099 0091 0027 0180 0028 0147
0004 0009 0019 0051 0068 0101
0169 0248 0113 0123 0013 0062
0030
MEDIATOR
0051 0169
MEDION
0177
0200
0015
0063
0127
0228
0924
0038
0205
0042
0067
0148
0229
0933
0171
0207
0044
0068
0154
0209
0248
0002
0208
0047
0087
0155
0218
0291
0009
0210
0048
0103
0168
1005
1014
0206
0211
0049
0107
0170
0894
1015
0169
0061
0115
0185
0343
PACKARD BELL
0204 0203
PAEL
0003
PALLADIUM
0003 0083 0012
PANAMA
0002 0003 0009
PANASONIC
0065 0067 0064 0197 0072 0186 0101 0141 0021 0151
0142 0124 0152
PATHE CINEMA
0003 0083 0131 0037
PATHE MARCONI 0022 0045 0126 0139 0037 0046
0009 0016 0169 0018 0003 0036 0051
0068 0110 0115 0139 0021 0109
PAUSA
0009
PERDIO
0004
MEMOREX
0009 0920
PHILCO
0047 0129 0131 0000 0043
MEMPHIS
0004 0009
PHILHARMONIC
0003
PHILIPS
0200 0088 0217 0202 0020 0169 0003 0041 0181 0339
0051 0083 0111 0115 0131 0141 0154 0000 0043 0089
MELECTRONIC
METZ
0201 0135 0151 0152 0000 0075
MICROMAXX
0177
0205
0042
0067
0154
0038
0207
0044
0068
0155
0171
0208
0047
0087
0168
0002
0210
0048
0103
0170
0009
0211
0049
0107
0185
0206
0169
0061
0115
0228
0200
0015
0063
0127
0229
PHOCUS
0042 0095 1064
PHOENIX
0051 0169 0000
PHONOLA
0051 0169 0000
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PIONEER
0010 0145 0036 0051 0139 0169 0021
SIAREM
PLANTRON
0002 0051
SICATEL
0037
POPPY
0009
SIEMENS
0008 0022 0200 0135 0029
PORTLAND
0245
SIERRA
0051
0014 0131 0000 0123
PRANDONI-PRINCE 0019 0141 0123
SIESTA
0160
PRECISION
0003
SILVER
0027
PRIMA
0009 0021
SINGER
0014 0131 0129 0228 0000
PRINZ
0047
SINUDYNE
0014 0131 0169 0028 0000 0075 0013 0026
PRO2
0177 0038 0171 0002 0009 0206 0200 0205 0207 0208
0210 0211 0169 0015 0042 0044 0047 0048 0049 0061
0063 0067 0068 0087 0103 0107 0115 0127 0154 0155
0168 0170 0185 0228 0229 0209 0218 1005 0894 0343
0924 0933 0248 0291
SKANTIC
0138 0021
SKYMASTER
0016
SKYWORTH
0228
SOLAVOX
0092 0021
0009 0141 0043
SONITRON
0006 0031
PROFILO
0171
SONOKO
0009 0002 0169 0003 0051 0245
PROFI-TRONIC
0051
SONOLOR
0006 0021
PROLINE
0004 0051 0062
SONTEC
0051 0169 0160
PROSONIC
0161 0169 0003 0015 0042 0088 0107 0200 0068 0245
SONY
PROTECH
0002 0003 0009 0169 0014 0051 0129 0131 0132 0113
0165 0130 0183 0106 0076 0027 0127 0009 0004 0182
0029 0030
PROVISION
0169 0171
SOUND & VISION
0011 0014
PYE
0169 0051 0068
SOUNDWAVE
0051 0169
PYMI
0009
STANDARD
0003 0009 0011 0051 0245
QUASAR
0129
STARLIGHT
0169
QUELLE
0169 0205 0002 0003 0016 0022 0051 0129 0131 0135
0141 0017 0018 0026 0030
STENWAY
0120
STERN
0019 0157 0021
QUESTA
0027
SUNKAI
0009 0026 0062
RADIOLA
0051 0169
SUNWOOD
0009 0051
RADIOMARELLI
0129 0000 0123
SUPERLA
0003
RADIONETTE
0016 0018
SUPERTECH
0118
RADIOTONE
0051 0007
SUPRA
0009
RANK
0017 0027
SUSUMU
0011
RBM
0017
SUTRON
0009
RCA
0031
SYDNEY
0003
REDIFFUSION
0141
SYSLINE
0169
REVOX
0051 0169
TANDBERG
0157 0026
REX
0019 0002 0108 0157 0021
TANDY
0001 0003 0004 0011 0133 0021
RFT
0000 0007
TASHIKO
0003 0019 0027 0041 0056 0128
R-LINE
0051 0169
TATUNG
0051 0003 0004 0169 0123
ROADSTAR
0002 0009 0011 0245
TCM
ROBOTRON
0000
RTF
0000
0177 0038 0171 0002 0009 0206 1015 1017 1119 0205
0207 0208 0210 0169 0042 0044 0047 0061 0063 0067
0068 0103 0107 0115 0127 0154 0168 0185 0211 0228
0209 1005 0343 0924 0933 0248 0291
SABA
0127 0111 0126 0036 0045 0139 0141 0245 0142 0046
0000 0123 0021
PROFEX
SACCS
0037
SAISHO
0028 0002 0003 0009 0248 0030 0123 0013
SALORA
0019 0031 0047 0061 0107 0108 0118 0131 0138 0141
0093 0121 0128 0132 0021
SAMBERS
0014 0169 0043 0123
SAMSUNG
0090 0104 0009 0051 0172 0083 0002 0160 0003 0004
0312 0030 0105 0093
SANDRA
TEC
0003 0009 0129 0131 0133
TECHNICS
0065
TECHNISAT
0154
TELEAVIA
0022 0036 0045 0111 0126 0139
TELEFUNKEN
0166 0111 0127 0190 0022 0035 0163 0101 0102 0036
0050 0051 0052 0078 0108 0126 0139 0079
TELETECH
0169 0009 0088 0129 0113
TELETON
0003 0157 0118 0132
0003 0009
TENSAI
0011 0168 0018 0051 0026
SANSUI
0051 0920
TESMET
0051
SANYO
0004 0006 0031 0003 0027 0016 0018 0083 0127 0160
0131 0029 0030 0040 0043
TEVION
SAVILLE
0248
SBR
0041 0169
0177 0038 0171 0002 0009 0206 1015 0200 0205 0207
0208 0210 0211 0169 0015 0042 0044 0047 0048 0049
0061 0063 0067 0068 0087 0103 0107 0115 0127 0154
0155 0168 0170 0185 0228 0229 0209 0214 0218 1005
1016 0894 0343 0924 0933 0248 0291 1064
SCHAUB LORENZ 0141 0021 0142
TEXET
0003
SCHNEIDER
0177 0003 0169 0011 0051 0068 0131 0139 0160 0245
0264 0071 0125
THOMSON
0166 0127 0111 0003 0022 0036 0045 0176 0101 0102
0050 0051 0052 0126 0139 0163 0185 0245 0046
SCHWAIGER
1024
THORN
0004 0018 0169 0035 0054 0111 0127 0141 0164 0037
SEG
0171 0002 0205 0003 0169 0009 0014 0027 0088 0129
0131 0043
TOKAI
0004 0051
TOKYO
0003
SEI-SINUDYNE
0014 0013 0021 0026 0075 0123 0000
TOMASHI
0120
SELECO
0019 0027 0131 0108 0157 0021
TOSHIBA
0117 0164 0189 0027 0146 0017 0920 0082
SENCORA
0009
TOWADA
0131 0021
SENTRA
0164
TRIUMPH
0013 0123 0082
SHARP
0001 0059 0005 0027 0187 0188 0029
UHER
0051 0157 0021 0043
SHORAI
0026
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ULTRAVOX
0003 0014 0129 0131 0133 0000
UNITED
0088 0169
UNITED QUICK STAR
0245
UNIVERSUM
0102 0002 0016 0018 0051 0061 0169 0083 0110 0122
0129 0131 0143
UNIVOX
0037
VESTEL
0019 0051 0169 0171 0083 0092 0103 0107 0118 0129
0131 0138 0168 0195 0205 0021 1014
VEXA
VICTOR
CYBERCOM
0233 0311 0262 0269 0319 0256 0248 0291 0338 0905
0906
CYBERMAXX
0233 0311 0262 0269 0319 0256 0248 0291 0338 0905
0906
CYTRON
0233 0311 0262 0269 0319 0256 0248 0291 0338 0905
0906
DAEWOO
0274 0250 0265 0319 0245 0971
DANSAI
0275
0169 0009
DANTAX
0233
0027 0051 0065
DAYTRON
0245
VIDEO SYSTEM
0051
DE GRAAF
0266 0257
VIDEOLOGIQUE
0011 0003
DECCA
0257 0231 0293
VIDEON
0248
DUAL
VIDEOSAT
0129
0233 0256 0257 0311 0262
0338 0905 0906
VISIOLA
0003
VISION
0051
VISOREX
0096
VISTAR
0133
VORTEC
0051 0169
VOXSON
0019 0051 0108 0021 0043 0000
WALTHAM
0003 0133 0138 0037
WATSON
0051 0169
WATT RADIO
0003 0014 0131 0037
WEGA
0000 0027
WELTBLICK
0051 0169
WESTON
0131
WHARFEDALE
0099
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE
YAKUMO
0266 0257 0231 0258
ELTA
0275
EMERSON
0231 0256 0301 0339
ESC
0245
ETZUKO
0275
FERGUSON
0294 0259 0271 0278 0293 0281 0305
FIDELITY
0311 0231
FINLANDIA
0266 0257 0258
FINLUX
0266 0298 0257 0231 0258 0293 0237
FIRSTLINE
0266 0275 0233 0265 0298 0256
FISHER
0258 0279
FLINT
0233
FORMENTI-PHEONIX 0257
0169 0003 0014 0043
1012
YOKO
0009 0011 0051 0169 0002 0003
YORX
0011
ZANUSSI
0019 0157 0108
VCR
AIWA
0230 0233 0256 0293 0231 0248 0291
AKAI
0300 0329 0307 0237 0236 0238 0239 0293
AKIBA
0275
AKURA
0275 0244 0293
ALBA
0275 0233 0250 0245 0248 0246 0247
ALLORGAN
0311
AMBASSADOR
0250
AMSTRAD
0253 0231 0254
ANITECH
0275
APEX
0949
ASA
0257 0256
ASUKA
0275 0257 0231 0256
BAIRD
0259 0231 0258 0245 0237 0293
BASIC LINE
0275 0233 0250 0245
BAUR
0263 0257
BESTAR
0250 0245
BLACK PANTHER LINE
DUMONT
0319 0293 0248 0291
0245
BLAUPUNKT
0263 0257 0262 0260 0309 0325 0271
BONDSTEC
0250
BRANDT
0303 0305
BROKSONIC
0277 0967
BUSH
0275 0233 0245 0248 0246 0247 0288
CATRON
0250
CGE
0231 0293
CIMLINE
0275 0233
CINEVISION
0256
CLATRONIC
0250
COMBITECH
0248
CONDOR
0250 0245
CROWN
0275 0250 0245
FRONTECH
0250
FUJITSU
0231
FUNAI
0231 0339
GALAXY
0231
GBC
0275 0250
GEC
0257
GELOSO
0275
GENERAL
0250
GENERAL TECHNIC 0262 0233 0311 0248
GOLDHAND
0275
GOLDSTAR
0231 0256
GOODMANS
0275 0250 0259 0256 0231 0245 0283 0282
GO-VIDEO
0338 0367 0971
GRAETZ
0258 0293
GRANADA
0257 0266 0240 0258 0271
GRANDIN
0275 0250 0256 0231 0245
GRUNDIG
0273 0270 0263 0235 0243 0257 0260 0272 0275 0286
0287 0290 0315 0271 0288
HAAZ
0233
HANSEATIC
0257 0256
HCM
0275 0288
HINARI
0275 0233 0248 0288 0301
HISAWA
0233
HITACHI
0266 0257 0268 0231 0293 0387
HYPSON
0233 0275
IMPEGO
0250
IMPERIAL
0231
INNO HIT
0250 0257 0275 0245
INNOVATION
0233 0311 0262 0248 0291
INTERBUY
0256
INTERFUNK
0257 0258
INTERVISION
0231
IRRADIO
0275 0256
ITT
0237 0293 0258 0292
ITV
0256 0245
JVC
0294 0295 0293 0400
KAISUI
0275
KARCHER
0257
KENDO
0233 0250 0265 0300 0245 0236 0237
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KENWOOD
0293
PROSONIC
KORPEL
0275
PYE
0257
LENCO
0245
QUARTZ
0258
LEYCO
0275
QUELLE
0257 0263 0258 0231 0271 0301
LG
0231 0256 0261 0907
RADIOLA
0257
LIFE
0291 0256
REX
0293
LIFETEC
0233 0311 0262 0269 0319 0256 0248 0291 0338 0905
0906
RFT
0250 0257
ROADSTAR
0275 0256 0245
LOEWE
0267 0325 0262 0257 0256 0271
SABA
0324 0245 0281 0293 0303 0305
LOGIK
0275
SAISHO
0275 0233 0248 0301
LUMATRON
0274 0245
SALORA
0298 0258 0237 0292
LUXOR
0298 0258 0237 0281
SAMSUNG
0311 0312 0338 0963
MAGNASONIC
0258
SAMURAI
0250
MAGNAVOX
0914 0285
SANSUI
0294 0244 0293 0920
MAGNUM
0291
SANYO
0284 0258 0279
MANESTH
0275 0265
SAVILLE
0248
MARANTZ
0257 0271 0281 0299
SBR
0257
MATSUI
0233 0256 0248 0301
SCHAUB LORENZ 0258 0237 0231 0293
MEDIATOR
0257
SCHNEIDER
MEDION
0233 0311 0262 0269 0319 0256 0248 0291 0338 0905
0906
SEG
0275
SEI-SINUDYNE
0257
MELECTRONIC
0231
MEMOREX
0240 0256 0231 0258 0279
MEMPHIS
0275
METZ
0262 0263 0267 0273 0325 0271
MICROMAXX
0233 0311 0262 0269 0319 0256 0248 0291 0338 0905
0906
MICROSTAR
0233 0245
0275 0233 0265 0250 0257 0256 0231 0264 0245
SELECO
0293
SENTRA
0250
SENTRON
0275
SHARP
0240 0241 0328 0281
SHINTOM
0275 0258
0233 0311 0262 0269 0319 0256 0248 0291 0338 0905
0906
SHIVAKI
0256
SIEMENS
0263 0256 0258 0271
MIGROS
0231
SILVA
0256
MINERVA
0263 0271
SINUDYNE
0257
MITSUBISHI
0298 0257 0289 0294 0231
SOLAVOX
0250
MULTITECH
0275 0250 0257 0231
SONOKO
0245
MURPHY
0231
SONOLOR
0240
NATIONAL
0262 0260
SONTEC
0256
NEC
0294 0293 0299
SONY
0232 0308 0309 0310 0313 0249 0251 0255 0402
NECKERMANN
0257 0293 0301
STANDARD
0245
NEI
0257
STRONG
0244
NESCO
0275
SUNKAI
0233
NIKKAI
0250 0302
SUNSTAR
0231
NOKIA
0240 0300 0307 0258 0237 0292 0293
SUNTRONIC
0231
NORDMENDE
0294 0293 0303 0305
SUNWOOD
0275
OCEANIC
0240 0231 0293
SYLVANIA
0339 0231
OKANO
0233 0300
TAISHO
0233
ORION
0234 0233 0304 0248 0283 0301 0246
TANDBERG
0263
ORSON
0231
TASHIKO
0240 0231
OSAKI
0275 0231 0256
TATUNG
0257 0231 0293
OTTO VERSAND
0257
TCM
PALLADIUM
0275 0300 0256 0271 0293
0233 0256 0311 0262 0269 0319 0375 0248 0291 0338
0905 0906
PANASONIC
0262 0267 0260 0314 0321 0325 0970
TEC
0250
PATHE CINEMA
0301
TECHNICS
0262 0260
PATHE MARCONI 0293
TELEAVIA
0293
PENTAX
0266
TELEFUNKEN
0306 0294 0324 0295 0323 0280 0293 0303 0305
PERDIO
0231
TENOSAL
0275
PHILCO
0299
TENSAI
0275 0231 0256
PHILIPS
0235 0257 0290 0315 0327 0286 0285 0242 0271 0293
0969
TEVION
0233 0311 0262 0269 0319 0256 0248 0291 0338 0905
0906
PHONOLA
0257
THOMSON
0294 0324 0295 0323 0326 0245 0242 0293 0305
PIONEER
0294 0257 1084
THORN
0258 0293 0301
POLAROID
0949
TIVO
0242
PORTLAND
0250 0245
TOKAI
0275 0256
TONSAI
0275
TOSHIBA
0320 0257 0265 0298 0319 0362 0293
TOWADA
0275
PRINZ
0231
PRO2
0233 0311 0262 0269 0319
0905 0906
PROFEX
0275
TOWIKA
0275
PROLINE
0231 0288
TRIUMPH
0301
0256 0248 0291 0338
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TVA
0250
ALLSAT
0462 0410 0552
UHER
0256
ALLSONIC
0408 0428
UNITED QUICK STAR 0245
AMPERE
0422
UNIVERSUM
0290 0235 0263 0257 0315 0256 0231 0237 0239 0253
0271
AMSTRAD
0584 0555 0541 0415 0416 0417 0419
ANKARO
0408 0428 0424
VICTOR
0294 0295
ANTTRON
0405 0407
VIDEON
0233 0262 0311 0248
APOLLO
0405
WELTBLICK
0256
ARCON
0415 0422 1155 1144 1153 0424 0463
YAMISHI
0275
ARMSTRONG
0419
YOKAN
0275
ASAT
0552
YOKO
0275 0250 0256
AST
0435
ZENITH
0256
ASTON
0594 0406
ASTRA
0429 0419 0431 0432 0502
Cable
AUSTAR
0494
BMB
0636
BT
0554
CABLE AND WIRELESS 0606
CABLECRYPT
0474
CABLETIME
0448 0449 0450
CANAL PLUS
0474
CLYDE CABLEVISION 0452
COMCRYPT
0474
CRYPTOVISION
0458
EURODEC
0603
FILMNET
0474
FILMNET CABLECRYPT 0474
FILMNET COMCRYPT 0474
FOXTEL
0602
GEC
0452
GI
0494 0554
IMPULSE
0554
JERROLD
0554 0494
KABELVISION
0554
LYONNAISE
1183
MARMITEK
0636
MELITA
0554
MNET
0602 0474
MOTOROLA
0494
MOVIE TIME
0551
MULTICHOICE
0474 0602
NOOS
1143 1158 1175 1183
NTL
0606
NUMERICABLE
0603
OPTUS
0494
PACE
0606
PHILIPS
0487
PIONEER
0518 0521
PVP
0554
SAMSUNG
1148
ASTRO
0428 0439 0569 0407 0409
AUDIOTON
0462 0407
AURORA
0602
AUSTAR
0602 0643 0642
AXIS
0428 0415 0432 0456
BARCOM
0424
BEST
0428 0424
BLAUPUNKT
0439
BOCA
0419 0502
BRAIN WAVE
0444 1131
BRANDT
0565 0566 0567 0574
BSKYB
0584 0555
BT SATELLITE
0574
BUSH
0508 0562 0410
CANAL SATELLITE 0569 0599
CANAL+
0569 0599
CHAPARRAL
0507
CHESS
0547 0586
CITYCOM
0508 0640 0459
CLATRONIC
0444
CLEMENS KAMPHUS 0491
CNT
0409
COLUMBUS
0477
COMAG
0471
COMMLINK
0408
COMTECH
0456
CONDOR
0428 0640
CONNEXIONS
0438 0454
CONRAD
0640 1156
CONTEC
0456 0459
COSAT
0462
CROWN
0419
CYBERCOM
0412 0413 0423 0428 0442 0493 0504 0511 0514 0546
0566 0583 0586 0587 0618 0619
CYBERMAXX
0412 0413 0423 0428 0442 0466 0478 0484 0493 0504
0511 0514 0535 0546 0566 0583 0586 0587 0618 0619
0644 0650 0652 0653 1130 1138 1137
CYTRON
0412 0413 0423 0428 0442 0466 0478 0484 0493 0504
0511 0514 0535 0546 0566 0583 0586 0587 0618 0619
0644 0650 0652 0653 1130 1138 1137
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA 0524 0525
STS
0551
DAERYUNG
0438
TELE+1
0474
DANSAT
0410
TELEPIU
0474
D-BOX
0564 0604
TELEWEST
0606 0554
DECCA
0460
UNITED
0554
DEW
0456
UPC
1143 1175 1184
DIAMOND
0461
VISIOSAT
0487
DIGIALITY
0640
SAT
DISKXPRESS
0424 0454
DITRISTRAD
0462
DMT
0412
AKAI
0552
DNT
0438 0552
ALBA
0508 0562 0405 0407
DONG WOO
0501
ALDES
0408 0409
DRAKE
0557 0463
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DREAMBOX
0658
ITT/NOKIA
0429 0508 0548 0454 0487 0537
DStv
0602
JOHANSSON
0444
DUAL
0412 0413 0423 0428 0493 0504 0511 0566 0583 0586
0587 0618 0514
JSR
0462
JVC
0483
ECHOSTAR
0640 0581 0586 0425 0481 0578 0579 0580 0657 0659
0464 0465 0467
KATHREIN
0549 0617 0631 0607 0635 0439 0459 0496 0498 0499
0507 0552
EINHELL
0408 0417 0405 0419
KOSMOS
0489 0491 0496
ELEKTA
0409
KR
0407
ELTA
0428 0462 0405 0552
KREISELMEYER
0439
EMANON
0405
KYOSTAR
0405
EMME ESSE
0428 0508 0491
LASAT
0428 0565 0566 0567 1156 1157 0409 0500 0501 0502
EMTECH
1162
LENCO
0405 0489 0503
EP SAT
0508 0491
LENG
0444
E-TEK
1140
LENNOX
0462
EUROPHON
0640
LENSON
0479
EUROSAT
0419
LG
0489
EUROSKY
0428 0640 1156 0419
LIFE
0583
EUROSPACE
0468
LIFESAT
EUROSTAR
0438 0419
0412 0413 0423 0428 0442 0493 0504 0511 0514 0546
0566 0583 0586 0587 0618 0619
LIFETEC
0412 0413 0423 0428 0442 0466 0478 0484 0493 0504
0511 0514 0535 0546 0566 0583 0586 0587 0618 0619
0644 0650 0652 0653 1130 1138 1137
LION
0468
EVA
0588 0589
EXATOR
0405 0407
FERGUSON
0508 0472 0603 0410 0473
FIDELITY
0415 0417
FINLANDIA
0508
FINLUX
0508 0429 0608 0475 0480 0487
FINNSAT
0603 0456
FORCE
0577 0553 0535
FORTEC STAR
0470
FOXTEL
0602 0643 0584
FRACARRO
0562
FRANCE SATELLITE/TV 0477
FREECOM
0405 0489
FTE
0422 0496
FUBA
0548 0439 0428 0438 0405 0424 0431 0477 0480 0552
LORENTZEN
1156
LORRAINE
0489
LUPUS
0428
LUXOR
0417 0429 0548 0537
MACAB
0603
MANHATTAN
0462 0508 0557 0633 0421 0409
MARANTZ
0552
MARMITEK
0641
MARMITEK OCTOPUS 0655
MASCOM
0409
MASPRO
0483 0508 0507 0558
MATSUI
0483 0574
FUNTACH
0587
GALAXIS
0428 0408 0462 0478 0484 0535 0582 0583 0602 0619
0432 0456
GALAXY
0424
MEDIABOX
0569
GLOBECAST
1141
MEDIAMARKT
0419
GLOBO
1156
MEDIASAT
0569 0432
GMI
0419
MEDION
GOLDSTAR
0489
0412 0413 0423 0428 0442 0466 0478 0484 0493 0504
0511 0514 0535 0546 0566 0583 0586 0587 0618 0619
0644 0650 0652 0653 1130 1139 1138 1137 1181
MB
0504
MBOX
0442
GOODING
0483
MEGA
0552
GOODMANS
0508
METRONIC
0408 0575 0612 0613 0614 0615 0632 0409 0424 0405
0407
0439
GRANADA
0429
GROTHUSEN
0405 0489
METZ
GRUNDIG
0439 0436 0483 0495 0508 0544 0469 0602 0584 0407
0550
MICRO TECHNOLOGY 0468
HANDAN
0547 1167
HANSEATIC
0504
HANTOR
0444 0405 0501
HANURI
0409
MICROMAXX
0412 0413 0423 0428 0442 0466 0478 0484 0493 0504
0511 0514 0535 0546 0566 0583 0586 0587 0618 0619
0644 0650 0652 0653 1130 1139 1138 1137
MICROSTAR
0412 0413 0423 0428 0442 0466 0478 0484 0493 0504
0511 0514 0535 0546 0566 0583 0586 0587 0618 0619
0644 0650 0652 0653 1130 1138 1137
0483 0439
HELIOCOM
0422
MINERVA
HIRSCHMANN
0439 0522 0547 0548 1156 1165 1174 0487 0488 0491
0558
MITSUBISHI
0508 0439 0574
MITSUMI
0502
MORETV
0644 0423 1130 1181
HISAWA
0444
HITACHI
0508 0537
HOUSTON
0462
HUMAX
0485 0517 0582
HUTH
0408 0411 0444 0462 0419 0491
HYUNDAI
0486
IMPERIAL
0562
INNOVATION
0428 0493 0504 0511 0583 0586 0587 0618
INTERTRONIC
0419
INTERVISION
0462
IRDETO
0602
MORGAN SYDNEY 0611
MORGANS
0611 0419 0502 0552
MULTICHOICE
0602
MULTISTAR
0496 0501
MULTITEC
0586 0587
MURATTO
0437 0489
NAVEX
0444
NEC
0509 0510
NEUHAUS
0462 0479 0432
NEXTWAVE
0414 0585
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49
NIKKO
0419
SAT
0415 0435 0437
NOKIA
0530 0564 0425 0429 0508 0548 0563 0531 0454 0487
SATCOM
0640 0504 0523
NOMEX
0622
SATEC
0508
NORDMENDE
0549 0472 0508 0603 0405 0409
SATPARTNER
0444 0405 0407 0409 0489 0491
NOVIS
0444
SCHNEIDER
0428 0455 0511 0583 0586 0587 0618
OAK
0424
SCHWAIGER
OCEANIC
0461 0468
0411 0412 0413 0427 0430 0433 0440 0504 0508 0516
0566 0573 0575 0576 0577 0582 0514 0583 0585 0587
0598 0616 0630 0631 0633 0635 1132 1133 1147 1152
1173 0459 0498
0438 0419 0432
OCTAGON
0405 0407 0456
OKANO
0419 0491 0496
SEEMANN
OPTEX
0462 0459 0656
SEG
0428 0444 0504 0541 0631 0634 0405
OPTUS
0602
SELECO
0462
ORBIT
0435
SIEMENS
0439 1157
ORBITECH
0405
SILVA
0489
ORIGO
0468
SKARDIN
0432 0586 0546 1160
OSAT
0407
SKY
0584 1151
OTTO VERSAND
0439
SKY DIGITAL
0584 0555
PACE
0584 0555 0439 0559 0527 0508 0410 0617
SKY+
0555
PACIFIC
0461
SKYMASTER
0408 0504 0506 0546 0547 0586 0587 0588 0589 0590
0591 0592 0621 1140 1138 1159 1161 1160 1162 1167
PALCOM
0479 0431 0477
PALLADIUM
0483 0419
SKYMAX
0552
PALTEC
0431
SKYPEX
1156
PANASONIC
0584 0508 0542
SKYVISION
0462
PANDA
0508 0410
SM ELECTRONIC
PANSAT
0490
0408 0412 0504 0506 0546 0547 0586 0587 0588 0589
0591 0621 1140 1138 0592 1159 1161 1160 1162 1167
PANTECH
0591
SONY
0584 0569 0418 0446
SR
0472 0419 0502
PBI
1138
PHILIPS
0552 0436 0483 0493 0495 0508 0543 0434 0569 0574
0605 0618 0455 0561 0550 0456 0515
STAR TRAK
0405
STARLAND
0586
0444
PHOENIX
0456
STARRING
PHONOTREND
0408 0462 0491 0652
STRONG
0562 0428 0602 0545 0454 0489 0405 0407
PINNACLE
0654
SUMIDA
0419
PIONEER
0569
SUNSTAR
0527 0419 0502
POLSAT
0603
TANDBERG
0603
POLYTRON
0459
TANDY
0407
PREDKI
0444
TANTEC
0508 0479 0477
PREMIER
0569
TATUNG
0460
PREMIERE
0564 0462 0569 0542 0442 0604
TCM
PREMIUM X
1134
0412 0413 0423 0428 0442 0493 0504 0511 0514 0546
0566 0583 0586 0587 0618 0619
PRIESNER
0445 0419
PRO2
0412 0413 0423 0428 0442 0466 0478 0484 0493 0504
0511 0514 0535 0546 0566 0583 0586 0587 0618 0619
0644 0650 0652 0653 1130 1138 1137
TECHNIHALL
0416
TECHNISAT
0438 0479 0569 0623 0528 0529
TECHNOMATE
0441 1142
TECO
0419 0502
0640
PROFI
0503
TELASAT
PROMAX
0508
TELEFUNKEN
0560 0508 0565 0566 0567 0574 0405
PROSAT
0408 0562
TELEKA
0438 0640 0407 0419
PROTEK
0461
TELEMASTER
0409
PROVISION
0409
TELEMAX
0500
QUADRAL
0408 0428
TELESAT
0504
QUELLE
0439 0417
TELESTAR
0479 0569
QUIERO
0603
TELEVES
0508 0610 0611
RADIOLA
0552
TELEWIRE
0462
RADIX
0630 0438 0632
TEVION
RAINBOW
0407
0412 0413 0423 0428 0442 0466 0478 0484 0493 0504
0511 0514 0535 0546 0566 0583 0586 0587 0618 0619
0644 0650 0652 0653 1130 1140 1138 1137
THOMSON
0472 0601 0570 0574 0492 0508 0560 0568 0569 0603
0427 1156
REDIFFUSION
0510
REDPOINT
0432
REDSTAR
0428
RFT
0408 0552
RUEFACH
0503
SAB
1137 1144 1145 1146 1147
SABA
0472 0508 0543 0556 0562 0565 0571 0572 0573 0574
0575 0409 0468
SABRE
0508
SAGEM
0570 0604 0599 0603 0648
SAKURA
0456
SALORA
0429 0527 0509 0520
SAMSUNG
0426 0405
THORENS
0461
THORN
0508 0410 0473
TIOKO
0459
TONBURY
0445 1159
TONNA
0508 0462
TOPFIELD
0497 0505 0506
TPS
0570
TPS PLATINUM
1178
TRIAD
0435 0437 0533 0489
TRIASAT
0480
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TRIAX
0439 0479 0565 0609 0619
BLUE NOVA INTERNATIONAL
TWINNER
0610 0611
BLUE SKY
0373 0357 0350
UNIDEN
0534
BOMAN
0894 0351
UNISAT
0419 0456
BRANDT
0373 0360 0362
UNITOR
0444 0424
BROKSONIC
0920 0967
UNIVERSUM
0439 0483 1156 0475 0487
BUSH
0384 0382 0350 0381 0356
VARIOSTAT
0439
CAMBRIDGE
0376
VECTOR
0468
CELESTIAL
0357
VENTANA
0552
CENTREX
0357
VIA DIGITAL
0568
CENTRIOS
0932 0951 0954 0955
VIA SAT
0568
CENTRON
0932
VISIOSAT
0594 0444 0462 0586 0593 0595 0596 0597
CENTRUM
0346 0926 0928 0350 0927
VIVANCO
0536 0624
CINETEC
0350
VORTEC
0405
CINEVISION
0375
V-TECH
0437 0435 0515 0537
CLASSIC
0383
WEVASAT
0508
CLATRONIC
0357 0894
WEWA
0508
CMI
0923
WINERSAT
0444
COBY
0332 0916 0946 0947 0357 1051 0948
WISI
0435 0437 0438 0439 0508 0533 0538 0539 0540 0597
0625 0626 0627 0628 0629
CONTEL
0894
CRITERION
0344
WITTENBERG
0415
CROWN
0373 0382
WOORISAT
0409
C-TECH
0341
WYSI
1156
CURTIS
0950 0948
ZEHNDER
0428 0437 0635 0541 0631 0632 0409 0424 0496 0498
CYBERCOM
ZODIAC
0407
0356 0930 0932 0330 0335 0339 0340 0341 0342 0345
0352 0358 0371 0923 0375 0343 0924 0933 0338 0334
0344 0664 0372 0373
Laser Disc
DENON
0252 0318
GRUNDIG
0318
MITSUBISHI
0318
NAD
0318
PIONEER
0318
TELEFUNKEN
0318
THORN
0322
DVD
ACCOUSTIC SOLUTIONS
0383 0350
1051
CYBERHOME
0347 0912 0985 1075
CYBERLINK
1101
CYBERMAXX
0356 0930 0373 0932 0330 0335 0339 0340 0341 0342
0345 0352 0358 0371 0895 0896 0897 0898 0899 0900
0901 0902 0903 0904 0923 0893 0959 1069 1070 1071
1067 1066 1068 1117 1118 0905 0343 0924 0933 0375
0906 0338 0372 0334 0344 0664 0894
CYTRON
0356 0930 0373 0932 0330 0335 0339 0340 0341 0342
0345 0352 0358 0371 0380 0895 0896 0897 0898 0899
0900 0901 0902 0903 0904 0923 0893 0959 1069 1070
1071 1067 1066 1068 1117 1118 0905 0343 0924 0933
0375 0906 0338 0372 0334 0344 0664 0894
DAEWOO
0353 0354 0965 0355 0347 0380 0925 0971
DANSAI
0351
DAYTRON
0925
AEG
0894 0333
DCE
0356
AFREEY
0386
DENON
0364 0389
AIRIS
0357
DENVER
0381 1051 0894
AIWA
0383 0377
DENZEL
0392
AKAI
0369 0333 0382 0350 0894
DESAY
0958
AKASHI
0346
DIAMOND
0373 0341
ALBA
0384 0350 0381 0357 0370 0351
DIGIFRAME
0930
ALL-TEL
0333
DIGIHOME
0350
AMES
0383
DIGITOR
0382
AMSTRAD
0350
DIGITREX
0357
AMW
1053 1054
DIGITRON
0386
ANABA
0961
DIGIX
0962
ANSONIC
0356
DIK
0356
APEX
0921 0384 0357 0911 0390 0913 1083 0949
DISNEY
0339 0902
ARENA
0923
DiViDo
0380
ASPIRE
0952
DIVX
0375 0932
A-TREND
0347
DK DIGITAL
0356
AUDIOSONIC
0382 1062
DMTECH
0351 0333
AUDIOVOX
0942
DRAGON SYSTEMS 0356
AXION
0942
DUAL
B&K
0978
BAIER
0349
BAZE
0357
BEKO
1064
BLACK DIAMOND 0350
BLAUPUNKT
0384
0350 0356 0984 0383 0956 0373 0330 0335 0337 0340
0392 0341 0342 0345 0352 0358 0371 0923 0351 0333
0343 0338 0372 0334 0344 0664 0375 0924 0933
DURABRAND
0333 0375 0356 0933 1085 1086 1087 1088
DVD
1024 0929
ELTA
0365 0382 0894 0333
ELTAX
1051
EMERSON
0380 1057 0339 0375
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Model Number: 30324
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ENCORE
0386
LINN
ENZER
0392
LITEON
0982 1056 1059 0959
ESA
0956
LODOS
0350
EUROLINE
0894
LOEWE
0370 0375
FARENHEIT
0960
LOGIX
0351 0380
FERGUSON
0373
LUMATRON
0332 0342 1051 0350 0383 0380
FINLUX
0375 0357 0351
LUXMAN
0367
FINTEC
0350
LUXOR
0350 0383
FIRSTLINE
0373
MAGNAVOX
0362 0379 0979 0980 0981 0370 0350 0914
FISHER
0378
MANHATTAN
0350 0380
FUNAI
0339
MARANTZ
0370 0379 0981 0375 0362
GE
0384
MARK
0350
GOLDEN SPHERE
0341
MASTEC
0335
GOLDSTAR
0375 0907 0972
MATSUI
0373 0357 0350
GOODMANS
0373 0382 0350 0333 0351
MAXDORF
0894
GO-VIDEO
0383 1059 1061 0338 0367 0971 0351
MAXIM
0331 0350
GPX
0910
MBO
0396 0383 0382
GRADIENTE
0373
MEDION
GRAETZ
0392
0356 0930 0373 0932 0330 0335 0339 0340 0341 0342
0345 0352 0358 0371 0351 0895 0896 0897 0898 0899
0900 0901 0902 0903 0904 0923 0893 0959 1069 1070
1071 1067 1066 1068 1115 1116 1117 1118 0905 0343
0924 0933 0375 0906 0338 0372 0334 0344 0664 0894
0336
GRAN PRIX
0356
GRANDIN
0357
GRUNDIG
0385 0370 0380 0373 0378 0376 0350 0333
MEMOREX
0356 0339 0920
H&B
0350 0343
MERIDIAN
0362
HAAZ
0341 0342
METZ
0368 0350 0922
HANSEATIC
0375 0351 0333
MICROMAXX
0356 0893 0930 0373 0932 0330 0335 0339 0340 0341
0342 0345 0352 0358 0371 0895 0896 0897 0898 0899
0900 0901 0902 0903 0904 0923 0959 1069 1070 1071
1067 1066 1068 1117 1118 0905 0343 0924 0933 0375
0906 0338 0372 0334 0344 0664 0894
HARMON/KARDON 0395
HCM
0894
HE
0383
HITACHI
0367 0368 0392 0387 0350
MICROMEGA
0370
HITEKER
0357
MICROSOFT
0399
HOHER
0356
MICROSTAR
0356 0930 0373 0932 0330 0335 0339 0340 0341 0342
0345 0352 0358 0371 0895 0896 0897 0898 0899 0900
0901 0902 0903 0904 0923 0893 0959 1069 1070 1071
1067 1066 1068 1117 1118 0905 0343 0924 0933 0375
0906 0338 0372 0334 0344 0664 0894
HOME ELECTRONICS 0383
HOMITA
0934 0935 0936 0937 0938
HOYO
0392
HYUNDAI
0351
MINATO
0349
ILO
0959
MINERVA
0380
INITIAL
0384
MINTEK
0384
INTEGRA
0374
MIRROR
0349
INTERTRONIC
0893 0933 0894
MITSUBISHI
0350 0366
JATON
0392
MONYKA
0392
JBL
0395
MT LOGIC
1062
JDB
0383
MUSTEK
0383
JVC
0361 1058 0362 0400 0964 0662 1072
MxONDA
0373
0356
0375 0394
1076 1083
MYSTRAL
KARCHER
0351
NAD
KAWASHI
0333
NAKAMICHI
0398
0375
JWIN
0356 0923 0350
NEC
KENNEX
0350
NEOTEK
0386
KENWOOD
0393 0364
NEUFUNK
0392
KISS
0392
NEVIR
0356
0384
NEXXTECH
0932 0954 0955 0956
KONKA
0908 0909
NORCENT
0332 0982 0944 0945 0948
KOSS
0358 0373
NORDMENDE
0356
0341
NORIKO
0349
1089
0349 0362
KENDO
KLH
LASONIC
0341 0380
OCEANIC
LECSON
0376
OKANO
LENCO
0373 0350 0356
OMNI
0382
LENOXX
0931 0346 0382
ONIX
0346
LG
0375 0907 0972
ONKYO
0374 0975
LIFE
0372 0373 1117 1118
OPTIMUS
0368 0922
LIFETEC
0356 0930 0373 0932 0330 0335 0339 0340 0341 0342
0345 0352 0358 0371 0895 0896 0897 0898 0899 0900
0901 0902 0903 0904 0923 0893 0959 1069 1070 1071
1067 1066 1068 1117 1118 0905 0343 0924 0933 0375
0906 0338 0372 0334 0344 0664 0894
ORION
0920 0335
PACKARD BELL
0939 0940 1101 1052
0341
PALSONIC
0357
LAWSON
LIMIT
ORITRON
0373
PACIFIC
0356 0350 0333
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PANASONIC
0401 0364 0403 0970 0974
SVA
0349
PANDA
0351
SYLVANIA
0339
PHILIPS
0370 0379 0979 0980 0981 0362 1080 0969 0339
SYNN
0341
PHOCUS
1063 1064
TANDBERG
0350
PHONOTREND
0916
TANGENT
1051
PIONEER
0368 0977 0922 0968 0976 1084
TARGA
0375
POLAROID
0957 0949
TCM
PORTLAND
0382
0356 0930 0373 0932 0330 335 0339 0340 0333 0341
0342 0345 0352 0358 0371 0923 1119 0343 0924 0933
0338 0372 0334 0344 0664
PRINZ
0356
PRISM
0335
PRO2
0356 0930 0373 0932 0330 0335 0339 0340 0341 0342
0345 0352 0358 0371 0895 0896 0897 0898 0899 0900
0901 0902 0903 0904 0923 0893 0959 1069 1070 1071
1067 1066 1068 0905 0343 0924 0933 0375 0906 0338
0372 0334 0344 0664 0894
PROCASTER
0905
PROLINE
0373 0357 0333 0376 0397
PROSCAN
0399
PROSON
0350
PROSONIC
0332 0341 0349
PROVISION
0381 1051
RADIONETTE
0375
RAITE
0392
TEAC
0368 0333 0341 0384 0375
TECHNICS
0364 0399
TECHNIKA
0356
TECHWOOD
0394 0350 0370
TECO
0923 0895
TEDELEX
0382
TELEDEVICE
1051
TELEFUNKEN
0894 0333
TELETECH
0350
TENSAI
0373 0382
TERAPIN
0943
TEVION
0356 0930 0373 0932 0330 0335 0337 0339 0340 0341
0342 0345 0352 0358 0371 0891 0892 0895 0896 0897
0898 0899 0900 0901 0902 0903 0904 0923 0966 0893
0959 1065 1068 1069 1070 1071 1067 1066 1117 1118
0890 0905 0343 0924 0933 0375 0906 0338 0917 0918
0372 0334 0344 0664 0894 1064
RCA
0399 0384
REDSTAR
0894
RELISYS
0923 0895
THETA DIGITAL
0368
REOC
0341
THOMSON
0360 0359 0399
REX
0346
TINY
1051
ROADSTAR
0350 0383 0382
TOKAI
0894 0392
RONIN
0397
TOKIWA
0380
ROTEL
0361
TOSHIBA
0973 1110 1120 0362 0983 0920 1111
ROWA
0384 0922
TRANS-CONTINENTS 0356 1051
RTL
0923
TRANSONIC
0357
SABA
0373 0915 0360
TREDEX
0941
SAIVOD
0356
TRUTECH
1075
SALORA
0375
UMAX
0382
SAMPO
0341 0386 0923 0895 1051
UNITED
0333 0348 0357 0894
SAMSUNG
0367 1050 0338 0963 0919
UNIVERSUM
0350 0375 0333
SANSUI
0341 0920
VENTURER
0333
SANYO
0350 0333 1060 0378
VESTEL
0350
SCAN
0380
VIETA
0380
SCHAUB LORENZ 0894
VOXSON
0383 0356 0382
SCHNEIDER
0350 0352 0356 0373 0351 0894 0333 0380
WALKVISION
0384
SCHWAIGER
0349
WELKIN
0356
SCIENTIFIC LABS
0341
WESTAR
0350
SCOTT
0373 0357
WHARFEDALE
0376 0349 0341 0386
SEG
0350 0341 0392
WILSON
0356
SHARP
0371 0394 1055 0350
X-BOX
0399
SHERWOOD
0391
XENIUS
0373 0358
SHINCO
0384
XLOGIC
0341
SHINSONIC
0384
XMS
0894
SILVA
0894
YAKUMO
0357 1083 0905
SILVA SCHNEIDER 0356
YAMAHA
0364 0388 0979 0980 0370
SINGER
0341 0382
YAMAKAWA
0397 0392 0382
SKYMASTER
0382 0383
YUKAI
0383
SM ELECTRONIC
0382 0383 0341
ZENITH
0375 0907
SMART
0350 0380
SONY
0363 0987 0988 0989 0402 0986
SOUNDMASTER
0341
CD
SOUNDMAX
0341
ADCOM
0848
SOUNDSTORM
0330
AIWA
0849 0850 0851 0751
SOUNDWAVE
0351
AKAI
0853 0854 0855
STANDARD
0373
ALBA
0856
STRONG
0350
ARCAM
0732
SUNGALE
0953
BESTAR
0859
SUPERVISION
0382 0383
BSR
0860
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BUSH
0661
SINGER
0803
CARRERA
0663
SKYMASTER
0778
CLASSIC
0807
SONY
0671 0716 0717 0718 0741 0748 0749 0750
CONDOR
0860
TANDBERG
0732
CYBERCOM
0843 0664 0668 0674 0675 0694 0730 0742 0743 0744
0745 0746 0747 0801 0802 0803 0807 0809 0818 0819
TCM
CYBERMAXX
0843 0664 0668 0674 0675 0694 0730 0742 0743 0744
0745 0746 0747 0801 0802 0803 0807 0809 0818 0819
0843 0664 0668 0674 0675 0694 0730 0742 0743 0744
0745 0746 0747 0801 0802 0803 0807 0809 0823 0824
0825
TEAC
0795
CYTRON
0843 0664 0668 0674 0675 0694 0730 0742 0743 0744
0745 0746 0747 0801 0802 0803 0807 0809 0818 0819
TECHNICS
0705 0721 0763 0787
TELEFUNKEN
0848
DENON
0665 0666
TEVION
DUAL
0843 0848 0664 0668 0675 0694 0730 0742 0743 0744
0745 0746 0747 0798 0801 0802 0803
0843 0664 0668 0674 0675 0694 0730 0742 0743 0744
0745 0746 0747 0801 0802 0803 0807 0809 0813 0814
0816 0818 0819 0821 0822
ELTA
0667 0668 0693 0694 0745
THEORIE & ANWENDING 0804
EMERSON
0848 0859
THOMSON
0842 0848
FISHER
0669
TOSHIBA
0722 0723
GENEXXA
0859 0671 0672 0673 0675 0676 0677
UNIVERSUM
0732
GOLDSTAR
0663
VECTOR RESEARCH 0663
GOODMANS
0678 0679
VICTOR
GRUNDIG
0680 0697 0698 0732
WELLTECH
0675 0694 0744
HARMON/KARDON 0683
YAMAHA
0712 0720 0725 0771
HITACHI
0848 0685 0686
YORX
0708
INNOVATION
0730 0742 0743 0744 0745 0746 0747
0687
JVC
0662 0687
KENWOOD
0669 0688 0689 0690 0762
LIFETEC
0843 0664 0668 0674 0675 0694 0730 0742 0743 0744
0745 0746 0747 0801 0802 0803 0807 0809 0818 0819
CENTRUM
CRITERION
0775
0663
CYBERCOM
0841 0775 0776
LINN
0732
CYBERMAXX
0841 0775 0776
LUXMAN
0691
CYTRON
0841 0775 0776
MAGNUM
0730 0742 0743 0744 0745 0746 0747
DENON
0779 0781
MARANTZ
0695 0732
DUAL
0841 0775 0797
MATSUI
0696 0732
ELTA
0667 0668
MEDION
0843 0664 0668 0674 0675 0694 0730 0742 0743 0744
0745 0746 0747 0801 0802 0803 0807 0809 0818 0819
GRUNDIG
0697 0698 0727
MEMOREX
0848 0859 0677
MERIDIAN
0732
MICROMAXX
0843 0664 0668 0674 0675 0694 0730 0742 0743 0744
0745 0746 0747 0801 0802 0803 0807 0809 0818 0819
LG
Audio Amplifiers/Tuners/Receivers
0692
HARMON/KARDON 0682
KENWOOD
0761
LIFETEC
0841 0775 0776
LINN
0857
MARANTZ
0727
MEDION
0841 0775 0776
MICROMEGA
0732
MICROSTAR
0843 0664 0668 0674 0675 0694 0730 0742 0743 0744
0745 0746 0747 0801 0802 0803 0807 0809 0818 0819
MICROMAXX
0841 0775 0776
MISSION
0732
MICROSTAR
0841 0775 0776
NAD
0671 0733 0735 0736 0737 0800
NAD
0735 0736 0737 0738 0799 0800
NAIM
0732
NUVO
0862 0863 0864 0865
NAKAMICHI
0699 0700
ONKYO
0785 0792 0793
NUVO
0866
PHILIPS
0846 0727
ONKYO
0840 0701 0702 0703 0785 0792
PRO2
0841 0775 0776
PANASONIC
0661 0705
SANSUI
0727
PHILIPS
0847 0706 0732
SCHNEIDER
0791
PHILIPS CD-V
0840
SHERWOOD
0782
PIONEER
0673 0677 0753
SONY
0739 0740 0755 0757 0758 0759 0760
PRO2
0843 0664 0668 0674 0675 0694 0730 0742 0743 0744
0745 0746 0747 0801 0802 0803 0807 0809 0818 0819
TCM
0841 0775 0776 0806
TEAC
0794 0796
0732
TECHNICS
0764 0777 0788
QUAD
0732
TEVION
0775 0776 0815 0817 0841
REALISTIC
0848 0859 0675
THEORIE & ANWENDING 0805
ROADSTAR
0706 0708
THOMSON
0842 0766
ROTEL
0732
XANTECH
0867
SABA
0848
YAMAHA
0724 0752 0770 0771 0772
SAE
0732
PROTON
SAMSUNG
0768
SANSUI
0847 0709 0710 0711 0732
Audio Tape Players
SCHNEIDER
0860 0732
AIWA
0790
SCOTT
0859
DENON
0780
SHARP
0672 0712 0713 0714
GRUNDIG
0729 0698
SHERWOOD
0782
HARMON KARDON 0681
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Web Support www.medion.co.uk
Model Number: 30324
54
KENWOOD
0761
MAGNAVOX
0729
MARANTZ
FREEVIEW
0447 0451 0453 0457 0482 0512 0513 0519 0526 0532
0600 0646 0647 0648 0649 0651
0729
GERICOM
0443
NAD
0799
GOODMANS
0451 0526
ONKYO
0784
GOODWAY
1163 1164
PHILIPS
0729
GRUNDIG
0512 1172
SANSUI
0729
HAUPPAUGE
0482
SHERWOOD
0783
HITACHI
0526
SONY
0754 0755 0756
HUMAX
0651
0794
JVC
0526
0513
TEAC
0764 0777 0786
LABGEAR
THOMSON
0842
LIDCOM
0451
YAMAHA
0724 0772
LIFETEC
0645 0650
TECHNICS
MARMITEK OCTOPUS 0655
MINI Systems
MATSUI
0649 0526 0451
MEDION
0645 0650
AIWA
0773 0774
MICO
1135
CYBERCOM
0852 0858 0704 0745 0808 0810 0820 0819
MICROMAXX
0645 0650
CYBERMAXX
0852 0858 0704 0745 0808 0810 0811 0812 0820 0819
MICROSTAR
0645 0650
CYTRON
0852 0858 0704 0745 0808 0810 0811 0812 0820 0819
NOKIA
0519 0531
DUAL
0852 0858 0704 0745 0797 0820 0819
NOOS
1183
ELTA
0693 0745
OGGLE
1136
GRUNDIG
0707
ON-DIGITAL
0527 0531 0620
INTERTRONIC
0811
OPTEX
0656
LIFETEC
0852 0858 0704 0745 0808 0810 0811 0812 0820 0819
PACE
0453 0527
MEDION
0852 0858 0704 0745 0808 0810 0811 0812 0820 0819
PACIFIC
0526
MICROMAXX
0852 0858 0704 0745 0808 0810 0811 0812 0820 0819
PANASONIC
0072 0403
MICROSTAR
0852 0858 0704 0745 0808 0810 0811 0812 0820 0819
PHILIPS
0600
PIONEER
0753
PIONEER
0457 0620
PRO2
0852 0858 0704 0745 0808 0810 0811 0812 0820 0819
PREMIERE
0600 0519
SAMSUNG
0768
PRO2
0645 0650
SHARP
0789
REBOX
0476
SONY
0741
SAGEM
0648 1143
TCM
0852 0858 0704 0745 0808 0810 0820 0819 0694 0823
0824 0825
SCHWAIGER
0630
SHARP
0059
TEVION
0852 0858 0704 0745 0808 0810 0811 0812 0820 0819
0821 0822
SKARDIN
0656
WELLTECH
0852 0810 0820 0819
Miscellaneous
APPLE iPOD
0885
AUDIO COMBI
0844
CAR RADIO
0861
CDR
0847 0675
DBS
0845
iPOD
0884
SWITCH BOX
0684
VIDEO CD
0840
SKYMASTER
0656 1165
SM ELECTRONIC
0412 0656 1165 1163 1164
SONY
0447
TCM
1017 1119
TEVION
0645 0650
THOMSON
0427 0532
TOP-UP TV
0527 0531 0657
YUNG FU
1166
DVD Recorders (DVD-R DVD-RW etc.)
APEX
0911
ARENA
0923
ASPIRE
0952
DVB-T Terrestial Digital Television
(DTV Freeview iDTV etc.)
BLUE NOVA INTERNATIONAL 1051
ALBA
0451 0646
COBY
1051
BUSH
0451 0032
CYBERCOM
0923
CANAL +
1177
CYBERHOME
0912
CYBERMAXX
0645 0650
CYBERMAXX
0895 0905 0906 0923 0959 1071 1117
CYTRON
0645 0650
CYTRON
0895 0905 0906 0923 0959 1071 1117
DIGENIUS
0645
DENVER
1051
DIGIFUSION
0647
DUAL
0923
DIGIO2
1150
ELTAX
1051
DMT
0412
EMERSON
1057
DURABRAND
0526
GO-VIDEO
0383 1059 1061
ECHOSTAR
0657
HITACHI
0387
FREEBOX
1182
ILO
0959
CENTRIOS
0951
CMI
0923
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Model Number: 30324
55
JVC
1058 1072
LASAT
1156 1157
KENDO
0923
LIFE
1117
LG
0907
LIFESAT
0412 0423 0514
LIFE
1117
LIFETEC
0905 0412 0423 0514 0644 0653 1130 0959 1071 1117
LIFETEC
0895 0905 0906 0923 0959 1071 1117
LITEON
0959
LITEON
1056 1059 0959
LORENTZEN
1156
LUMATRON
1051
MARMITEK OCTOPUS 0655
MAGNAVOX
0979 0980
MEDION
MEDION
0895 0905 0906 0923 0959 1071 1117
0905 0412 0423 0514 0644 0653 1130 0959 1071 1139
1115 1181 1117
MICROMAXX
0895 0905 0906 0923 0959 1071 1117
MICROMAXX
MICROSTAR
0895 0905 0906 0923 0959 1071 1117
0905 0412 0423 0514 0644 0653 1130 0959 1071 1139
1117
MUSTEK
0383
MICROSTAR
0905 0412 0423 0514 0644 0653 1130 0959 1071 1117
PACKARD BELL
0940 1052
MORETV
0644 1130 1181
PANASONIC
0403
PHILIPS
0979 0980 1080
PHOCUS
1063
PIONEER
0977 1084
PRO2
0895 0905 0906 0923 0959 1071
PROVISION
1051
RTL
0923
SAMPO
1051
SAMSUNG
1050
SANYO
1060
SHARP
1055
SONY
0987 0988 0989
TANGENT
1051
TCM
0923
TELEDEVICE
1051
TEVION
0890 0891 0895 0905 0906 0923 0959 1065 1071 1117
THOMSON
0360 0359
TINY
1051
TOSHIBA
0973 0983 0362 1111
TRANS-CONTINENTS 1051
YAKUMO
0905
YAMAHA
0979 0980
ZENITH
0907
PACE
0555 0453
PACKARD BELL
1052
PANASONIC
0403
PHILIPS
0242
PHOCUS
1063
PINNACLE
0654
PIONEER
0977
PRO2
0905 0412 0423 0514 0644 0653 1130 0959 1071
PROCASTER
0905
SAGEM
0599 1143 1158
SCHWAIGER
0412 0514 1132 1152
SIEMENS
1157
SKARDIN
1160
SKY
1151
SKY DIGITAL
0555
SKY+
0555
SKYMASTER
0506 1165 1159 1160
SKYPEX
1156
SM ELECTRONIC
0412 0506 1165 1159 1160
SONY
0987 0988 0989
TCM
0412 0423 0514
TEVION
0890 0905 0412 0423 0514 0644 0653 1130 0959 1065
1071 1117
THOMSON
0532 0242 0326 1156
TIVO
0242
HDD Digital Video Recorders (Hard
Disk Drive DVR PVR etc.)
TONBURY
1159
TOPFIELD
0506
TOSHIBA
0983 1111
AMSTRAD
0555
UNIVERSUM
1156
ARCON
1144
WYSI
1156
BSKYB
0555
YAKUMO
0905
CANAL SATELLITE 0599
CANAL+
0599
CONRAD
1156
CYBERCOM
0412 0423 0514
CYBERMAXX
0905 0412 0423 0514 0644 0653 1130 0959 1071 1117
CYTRON
0905 0412 0423 0514 0644 0653 1130 0959 1071 1117
DIGIFUSION
0647
DMT
0412
DREAMBOX
0658
DUAL
0412 0423 0514
ECHOSTAR
0659
EUROSKY
1156
FORCE
0553
FORTEC STAR
0470
FREEBOX
1182
GLOBO
1156
HIRSCHMANN
1156
HUMAX
0651
HYUNDAI
0486
ILO
0959
JVC
1072
Home Cinema Systems DVD &
AUDIO
(Home Cinema Systems operate with either a single
DVD code or some require both [DVD & AUDIO]
codes)
AIWA
0377
AMW
1054
CENTRUM
0927
COBY
0948
CRITERION
[0344 & 0775]
CURTIS
0948
CYBERCOM
0334 0372
[0344 & 0775]
CYBERMAXX
0334 0372 1069 1066 1118
[0344 & 0775]
CYTRON
0334 0372 1069 1066 1118
[0344 & 0775]
DUAL
0334 0372
[0344 & 0775]
DURABRAND
0375
Helpline No. UK/ North Ireland 0870 727 0370 Rep. Ireland 1-800-992 508
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Model Number: 30324
56
FISHER
0378
PROSONIC
0245
JVC
0662 0964
ROADSTAR
0245
KOSS
0373
SABA
0245
LENOXX
0931
SAISHO
0248
LG
0972
SAMSUNG
0312
LIFE
1118
SAVILLE
0248
LIFETEC
0334 0372 1069 1066 1118
[0344 & 0775]
SCHNEIDER
0245 0264
SONOKO
0245
MEDION
0334 0372 1069 1066 1118
[0344 & 0775]
STANDARD
0245
MICROMAXX
0334 0372 1069 1066 1118
[0344 & 0775]
TCM
0248 0291
TEVION
0248 0291
MICROSTAR
0334 0372 1069 1066 1118
[0344 & 0775]
THOMSON
0245
NORCENT
0948
VIDEON
ONKYO
0975
PANASONIC
0974
PIONEER
0968 0976
PRO2
0334 0372 1069 1066
[0344 & 0775]
SAMSUNG
0919
SONY
0986
TCM0334
[0344 & 0775]
TEVION
0334 0372 0892 0917 0918 1069 1066 1118
[0344 & 0775]
TV/VCR Combos
UNITED QUICK STAR 0245
0248
TV/DVD Combos
(TV/DVD Combos operate with either a single DVD
code or some require both [DVD & TV] codes)
AUDIOSONIC
[1062 & 0090]
BEKO
1064
BROKSONIC
0920
CYBERCOM
[0343 & 0228] [0924 & 0210] [0933 & 0228]
CYBERMAXX
0894
[0343 & 0228] [0924 & 0210] [0933 & 0228]
CYTRON
0894
[0343 & 0228] [0924 & 0210] [0933 & 0228]
DUAL
[0343 & 0228] [0924 & 0210] [0933 & 0228]
DURABRAND
[0933 & 0228] [1085 & 1006] [1085 & 1007]
[1086 & 1008] [1087 & 1008] [1088 & 1009]
AIWA
0248 0291
ALBA
0245 0248
BAIRD
0245
BASIC LINE
0245
H&B
[0343 & 0228]
BESTAR
0245
INTERTRONIC
0894
LIFETEC
0894
[0343 & 0228] [0924 & 0210] [0933 & 0228]
MEDION
0894
[0343 & 0228] [0924 & 0210] [0933 & 0228]
BLACK PANTHER LINE 0245
BUSH
0245 0248
COMBITECH
0248
CONDOR
0245
CROWN
0245
CYBERCOM
0248 0291
CYBERMAXX
0248 0291
CYTRON
0248 0291
MEMOREX
0920
MICROMAXX
0894
[0343 & 0228] [0924 & 0210] [0933 & 0228]
MICROSTAR
0894
[0343 & 0228] [0924 & 0210] [0933 & 0228]
DAEWOO
0245
MT LOGIC
[1062 & 0090]
DAYTRON
0245
OCEANIC
[1089 & 1011]
DUAL
0248 0291
ORION
0920
ESC
0245
PHILIPS
[0339 & 0181]
GENERAL TECHNIC 0248
PHOCUS
1064
GOLDSTAR
0261
PRO2
GOODMANS
0245 0283
0894
[0343 & 0228] [0924 & 0210] [0933 & 0228]
GRANDIN
0245
SANSUI
0920
HINARI
0248
TCM
INNO HIT
0245
1119
[0343 & 0228] [0924 & 0210] [0933 & 0228]
INNOVATION
0248 0291
TEVION
0894 1064
[0343 & 0228] [0924 & 0210] [0933 & 0228]
TOSHIBA
0920
ITV
0245
KENDO
0245
LENCO
0245
LG
0261
LIFE
0291
LIFETEC
0248 0291
LUMATRON
0245
MAGNUM
0291
MATSUI
0248
MEDION
0248 0291
MICROMAXX
0248 0291
MICROSTAR
0248 0291
ORION
0248 0283
PORTLAND
0245
PRO2
0248 0291
DVD/VCR Combos
(DVD/VCR Combos operate with either a single
DVD code or some require both [DVD & VCR]
codes)
APEX
0949
BROKSONIC
0920 0967
CINEVISION
[0375 & 0256]
CYBERCOM
0338
[0375 & 0256]
CYBERMAXX
0338 0896 0906
[0375 & 0256]
Helpline No. UK/ North Ireland 0870 727 0370 Rep. Ireland 1-800-992 508
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Model Number: 30324
57
CYTRON
0338 0896 0906
[0375 & 0256]
TEVION
0650 0645 0423
YUNG FU
1166
DAEWOO
0971
DUAL
0338
[0375 & 0256]
Miscellaneous Set Top Boxes
EMERSON
[0339 & 0231] [0375 & 0256]
PARDY LIGHT BOX 1171
FUNAI
[0339 & 0231]
GO-VIDEO
0338 0367 0971
GOLDSTAR
[0375 & 0256]
ADSL (BROADBAND) DTV Receivers
HITACHI
[0387 & 0231]
ALICE TV
JVC
0400
FRANCE TELECOM 1158
LG
0907
[0375 & 0256]
FREEBOX TV
1176 1182
MALIGNE TV
1158 1180
0338 0896 0906
[0375 & 0256]
NEUF TELECOM
1179
LIFETEC
MAGNAVOX
[0914 & 0285]
MEDION
0338 0896 0906
[0375 & 0256]
MICROMAXX
0338 0896 0906
[0375 & 0256]
1158
NEUF TV
1179
NOOS
1143 1158 1175 1183
NUMERICABLE
1183
ORANGE
1183 1158 1180
SAGEM
1158 1177
MICROSTAR
0338 0896 0906
[0375 & 0256]
SAMSUNG
1149
THOMSON
1175 1180
PANASONIC
0970
TPS ADSL
1158 1179 1180
PHILIPS
[0969 & 0285]
UPC
1143 1175
PIONEER
1084
VERSATEL
1149
POLAROID
0949
PRO2
0338 0896 0906
[0375 & 0256]
Home Automation
SAMSUNG
0338 0963
X10
SANSUI
0920
SANYO
[0378 & 0258]
SONY
0402
SSYLVANIA
[0339 & 0231]
TCM
0338
[0375 & 0256]
TEVION
0338 0896 0906
[0375 & 0256]
TOSHIBA
0362
ZENITH
[0375 & 0256]
0998
Auxiliary Set-Top Boxes
Web & Computer TV
BUSH
0039
CYBERLINK
1101
GERICOM
0443
HAUPPAUGE
0482
PACKARD BELL
1101
PANASONIC
0542
PREMIERE
0542
THOMSON
0603
Media Receivers
SONY NETWORK MEDIA RECEIVER 0446
Scart Switch Boxes
COUNTRYMAN
1168
FUNK
1170
MARMITEK
0641
SKARDIN
1169
VIVANCO
0684
Digital Set Top Boxes
ECHOSTAR
0657
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Model Number: 30324
58
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