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MD 30227
27” Flat Panel LCD TV
User’s Manual
© 2004 Medion®. All rights reserved.
important safety instructions
This section contains important notices on the proper use of the LCD TV in order to
maximize the lifetime of the product. Please read through this section carefully.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN.
This symbol warns the
user of uninsulated
voltage within the unit
that can cause dangerous
electric shock.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER. NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol alerts the user
that there are important
operating and maintenance
instructions in the literature
regarding this unit.
Federal Communication Commission Information
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a TV Broadcast
Receiver, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communication.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try correcting
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect this equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
For assistance please call (866)633-4660 or visit www.medionusa.com
Before connecting, operating, or adjusting this product please read these instructions
completely and keep this manual for future reference.
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Caution
READ THE SAFETY AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS before operating your LCD TV and retain
the instructions for future use.
Important Safety Instructions
FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS AND HEED ALL WARNINGS on the LCD TV and in this manual.
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type
plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third
prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet,
consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as
power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have
fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture,
does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
15. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may
fall, causing serious damage to the product.
16. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where
persons will walk on the cord.
17. If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the total ampere
rating of the equipment plugged into the extension cord does not exceed the
extension cord ampere rating. Also, make sure that the total rating of all products
plugged into the wall outlet does not exceed the fuse or circuit breaker rating.
18. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may
touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
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19. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following conditions:
a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b. If liquid has been spilled into the product.
c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the product does not operate normally when the operating instructions are
followed. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions since improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage
and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the
product to normal condition.
e. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
f. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for
service.
20. Do not dispose the battery in trash that is bound for landfills. Properly dispose of
battery according to your local regulations and ordinances.
21. Use only the proper type of power supply cord set (provided in your accessories
box) for this unit. It should be a detachable type: UL listed/CSA certified, type
SVT/SJT, rated 6A 125V minimum, VDE approved or its equivalent. Maximum length
is 15 feet (4.6 meters).
22. No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the
apparatus.
23. This apparatus must be connected to a grounded power-outlet.
24. Use this apparatus within its environmental specifications (i.e., temperature and
humidity). Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
Note to CATV System Installer
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40
of the National Electrical Code (Section 54 of Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1), which
provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable
ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the
point of cable entry as practical.
Caution – FCC Notice
FCC/CSA regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this
equipment may void the user’s authority to operate it.
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Grounding the Antenna System
If an outside antenna is connected to this equipment, be sure the antenna system is
grounded in order to provide some protection against voltage surges.
Note: This equipment is designed to operate in the U.S.A. and other countries where
the broadcasting system and AC house current is exactly the same as in the U.S.A.
Fixed Image Display
The marking or retained image on the LCD panel resulting from fixed image use is not
an operating defect and as such is not covered by Warranty. This product is not
designed to display fixed image patterns for extended periods of time.
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table of contents
Contents
Important safety instructions . . . . . .2
Caution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . .3
Note to CATV System Installer . . . . . .4
Caution – FCC Notice . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Grounding the Antenna System . . . .5
Fixed Image Display . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Table of contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Getting started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Thank You . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
About your LCD TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Included Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Making the connections . . . . . . . . .10
Connection configurations . . . . . . .10
Side Input Terminals . . . . . . . . . . .11
Antenna/Cable
(analog) Connection . . . . . . . . . . .12
Cable Box Connection . . . . . . . . . .12
Cable Box & VCR Connection . . . . . .13
Rear Input Terminals . . . . . . . . . . .14
PC Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Understanding the controls . . . . . . .16
Understanding the controls . . . . . .16
Universal remote control . . . . . . . .17
Battery Installation . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Precaution on battery use . . . . . .18
Power-On Default . . . . . . . . . . .18
Battery Saver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Code Saver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
LCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Setting up the universal
remote for the LCD TV . . . . . . . . . .19
Button/LCD key descriptions . . . . . .19
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Setting it up…
…The first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Operating the LCD TV . . . . . . . . . . .21
Basic controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Turning the LCD TV on and off . . . .21
Switching between
Input Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Switching TV Channels . . . . . . . . . .21
Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . .21
Switching Broadcast Audio . . . . . . .21
Using INFO feature . . . . . . . . . . . .21
On Screen Display (OSD) . . . . . . . . .22
Menu Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Tuner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
PIP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Using Picture-In-Picture . . . . . . . .24
Parental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Advanced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Using as a computer monitor . . . . .26
Using VGA/DVI mode . . . . . . . . . . .26
Adjusting the display in
VGA/DVI mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Using the Universal Remote . . . . . . .28
…to control other devices . . . . . . .28
Setup Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Quick Setup Guide . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Button/LCD Key Descriptions . . . . . .31
DVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
SAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Direct Library Code Entry . . . . . . . .33
Code Search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Code Identification . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Code Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
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Using the Universal Remote (cont’d)
To Learn Commands . . . . . . . . . . .36
To Clear stored Learned Commands
under a Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
To Clear ALL stored
Learned Commands . . . . . . . . . . .37
Changing Button Labels . . . . . . . . .38
Restoring Default Button Labels . . .39
Using the Universal Remote
Advanced Options/Features . . . . . .40
TV or CD/Audio Volume/Mute
Punch-Through . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
VCR/DVD Punch-Through . . . . . . . .40
VCR Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
LCD Panel and Backlight On-Time . .41
Button Press Acknowledge
Beep Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Advanced Options/Features . . . . . .41
Input LCD Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Product Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
To Operate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Troublshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Troublshooting–Television . . . . . . .43
Troubleshooting–Remote . . . . . . . .45
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Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Dimensions and weight . . . . . . . . .47
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
List of supported
VGA/DVI resolutions . . . . . . . . . . . .47
PIP combinations . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Glossary of Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Product Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
VCR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
SAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
DVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Laser Disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
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getting started
Thank you
…for your purchase of this LCD TV. We hope you will be happy with the LCD TV as much
as we enjoyed making it for you.
Before you begin using your LCD TV, please read through the Important Safety
Instructions section found on pages 2-5.
About your LCD TV
An LCD TV provides many features and advantages over traditional CRT (Cathode-Ray
Tube) TVs. For starters, it occupies less space. It is also easier to carry and position
because it weighs less than a CRT TV. More importantly, it consumes less power and
emits no harmful radiation.
In addition, this LCD TV includes the following features:
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Bright and vivid screen
Adaptive 2D noise filter for cleaner images
Non-linear up-down scaling for excellent video and resolution switching
A host of input/output terminals including TV tuner, Component Video (YPbPr),
S-video, Video, Audio, Subwoofer, DVI and VGA
PIP (Picture-In-Picture) modes
User-friendly multi-lingual onscreen menu system
Easy-to-use universal remote control
Built-in stereo speakers
Headphone jack for private listening
Timer function
Child lock (Parental) feature
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Included Accessories
An accessory box comes packaged with your LCD TV. This contains the manual, Quick
Start Guide (QSG), remote control and cables. Check the accessories before installation.
User manual
Remote control
and batteries (AAA x 4)
Power cord
Component Video (YPbPr) cable
Composite video cable
Audio cable
VGA cable
Antenna cable
Note: The items included in the accessory box may vary and are subject to change
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making the connections
Connection configurations
The following illustrations show the different audio and video ports available on your
LCD TV. Pages 11-15 show example configurations with DVD players, VCR’s, Camcorders,
Video game consoles, PC’s, Cable boxes and Antennas.
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Side Input Terminals
The following illustrations show the different audio and video equipment you can
connect to the side of the LCD TV. Connect the outputs of the various devices to the
corresponding inputs on the side of the LCD TV as shown below.
Most cables and AV connectors on your equipment follow a standard color code.
Observing this code can be very helpful when connecting your AV equipment.
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making the connections
The following illustrations show the different audio and video equipment you can
connect to the rear of the LCD TV.
Antenna/Cable (analog) Connection
Connect the 75 Ohm antenna cable from your antenna/cable company to the TV input
on the rear of the LCD TV.
Cable Box Connection
Connect the 75 Ohm cable from the cable company to the input of the cable box and
then connect the output of the cable box to the TV input on the rear of the LCD TV.
Most cables and AV connectors on your equipment follow a standard color code.
Observing this code can be very helpful when connecting your AV equipment.
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Cable Box & VCR Connection
First, connect the 75 Ohm cable from your cable company to the input of the cable
box. Next, connect the output of the cable box to the input of the VCR. Finally, connect
the output of the VCR to the TV input on the rear of the LCD TV.
Most cables and AV connectors on your equipment follow a standard color code.
Observing this code can be very helpful when connecting your AV equipment.
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Rear Input Terminals
Connect the outputs of the various devices to the corresponding inputs on the rear of
the LCD TV as shown below.
Most cables and AV connectors on your equipment follow a standard color code.
Observing this code can be very helpful when connecting your AV equipment.
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PC Connections
This LCD TV features a DVI port that is optimized for PC connections. If available, this
will provide the best digital-to-digital signal quality. If your PC is not equipped with
DVI, connect the VGA cable (supplied) from the output of your computer to the VGA
port on the rear of the LCD TV. A separate audio connection is required for either
connection type.
Most cables and AV connectors on your equipment follow a standard color code.
Observing this code can be very helpful when connecting your AV equipment.
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Understanding the controls
LCD TV front panel
Located on the front of the LCD TV, these buttons control the basic functions of the LCD
TV. Advanced functions require use of the remote control.
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Volume down
Decreases the volume.
Volume up
Increases the volume.
Channel down
Switches to a lower channel.
Channel up
Switches to a higher channel.
Menu
Displays the menu.
Source
Switches the input source (TV, AV1, AV2, AV,
SVIDEO1, SVIDEO2, SVIDEO, YPbPr, VGA, DVI).
Power
Turns the LCD TV on and off.
The power indicator light in standby mode is
amber and turns blue when the LCD TV is on.
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Universal remote control
Below are the illustrations of the universal remote control. The LCD touch screen of the
universal remote control is used to input channels and navigate all of the menus of
the LCD TV. Press SCREEN to toggle between SCREEN I and SCREEN II.
Screen I
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Battery Installation
Your LCD Universal Remote requires 4 new AAA alkaline batteries (included).
To install the batteries:
1. Turn the remote over, pull on
the tab and lift the cover off.
2. Insert the batteries, matching
the batteries to the (+) and
(-) marks inside the
battery compartment.
3. Slide the battery cover back
into place.
Precaution on battery use
Incorrect installation can cause battery leakage and corrosion that will damage the
remote control transmitter.
Notes:
Match the +/- polarity with the label on the compartment.
Do not attempt to charge, short-circuit, disassemble, heat or burn used
batteries.
Please do not use different brands and/or types of batteries together. Do not
mix new and old batteries.
If you find the operation range is reduced, please replace all batteries with
new ones.
If the remote control is not used for a long period, please remove the
batteries to prevent damage from battery leakage.
Do not drop, apply shock to or step on the remote control.
Do not spill water on the remote control.
Power-On Default
When you first insert the batteries your LCD remote always powers-on in TV Mode.
Battery Saver
Your LCD remote automatically “times-out” if the buttons are depressed for more than
30 seconds. This saves your batteries should your remote get stuck in a place where
the buttons remain depressed (e.g., between the sofa cushions).
Code Saver
All programmed information is retained while changing batteries.
LCD
The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) acts as a “Virtual Keypad.” The display has a 15 position
segmented button area. The display is normally blank when the remote is not in use.
To turn the display on, press the Setup button, Mode button or touch anywhere on the
LCD. The remaining rubber buttons do not activate the display.
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Setting up the universal remote for the LCD TV
The remote control is pre-programmed for your convenience. To reset the remote
control, follow the instructions below:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Install four AAA-type batteries into the battery compartment of the remote control.
Press and hold (SETUP) for 4 seconds.
Press “Mode” on the touch screen of the universal remote.
Press (TV) and then press “CODE” and key in “163” on the touch screen.
Press “QUIT” on the touch screen to finish the setup.
Button/LCD Key Descriptions
Screen I
Screen II
• CC activates the
Closed Caption
feature.
• PIP (Picture-inPicture) button
operates your
television’s PictureIn-Picture feature.
• TOGGLE switches
broadcast audio
when available.
• TV, VCR, DVD, CD, AUX, SAT,
CBL, AUDIO selects device
to be operated.
• MENU accesses the
Menu functions of
the device you are
controlling.
• PREV. CH.returns to the
previously selected channel,
or DVD repeat toggle. Repeat
performs DVD players “A-B
Repeat” (or RPT A.B) function
for repeat play of current
Chapter or Track.
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setting it up…
…the first time
1. Remove the LCD TV packaging and position the LCD TV in a safe and well-ventilated
location.
2. Refer to pages 10-15 for your equipment connections.
3. Connect the power cord to the AC inlet terminal and to a properly grounded power
outlet.
4. Press the main power switch beside the AC inlet terminal.
5. Press the power button on the front of the LCD TV or press
remote control.
(POWER) on the
6. To begin channel scanning, toggle to SCREEN II and press MENU on the touch screen
of the universal remote control to bring up the menu screen on the LCD TV. Press
buttons to highlight TUNER; press
to enter the submenu. Highlight the
AUTOSCAN with the
buttons on the touch screen of the universal remote
control. Press
to select YES. The LCD TV will automatically scan for available
channels.
7. After the channel scanning is complete, the channel screen appears and you can
begin watching TV.
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Basic controls
Turning the LCD TV on and off
There are a number of ways you can turn the LCD TV on and off. Make sure the main
power switch is turned on, then:
• Press the power button on the universal remote control.
• Press the power button on the front of the LCD TV.
Switching Between Input Sources
1. Make sure the video input device is properly connected and turned on.
2. Press the “INPUT” button on the touch screen of the universal remote control to
select the desired input type (TV, AV1, AV2, AV, SVIDEO1, SVIDEO2, SVIDEO, YPbPr,
VGA or DVI). Press repeatedly on the input type to toggle between the available
input sources. The “INPUT” button on the touch screen is found under “SCREEN I”.
Another way is, after pressing the INPUT button, use the
(CHAN+) or
(CHAN-) buttons to select the input source.
You can also press the SOURCE button
the input sources.
on the LCD TV front panel to switch between
Switching TV Channels
1. Make sure the LCD TV is in TV mode.
2. Press
(CHAN+) or
(CHAN-) buttons to switch through the channels in the
list. You can also press the number buttons to directly jump to the channel.
Pressing the
(PREV.CH) button will show the previous channel.
3. To view channels 100 and up, you have to press “ENTER” on the touch screen of
the universal remote control. The channel number 100 will be displayed on the LCD
TV, then press the last two digits of the channel number. For example: To view
channel “112”, press “ENTER”, then press “1” and “2”.
Adjusting the Volume
Press
(VOL-) or
(VOL+) buttons to decrease and increase the volume
respectively.
You can turn off the sound by pressing the
(MUTE) button. Press it again or press
the VOL+ or VOL- buttons once to turn the sound back on.
Switching Broadcast Audio
If the channel supports it, you can switch between broadcast audio (such as the case
of bilingual broadcasts). Press the TOGGLE button on the touch screen of the universal
remote control to cycle between Mono, Stereo and SAP options.
Using INFO feature
The INFO feature on the touch screen of the universal remote control displays some
useful information. Pressing INFO will display current channel on the LCD TV, audio and
video status, and after 2 seconds will display the current time.
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On Screen Display (OSD)
With the LCD TV powered on, press the MENU button.
VIDEO
AUDIO
TUNER
PIP
PARENTAL
ADVANCED
:Move
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:Enter MENU:Exit
On the touch screen of the universal remote control press the
buttons to scroll
through the menu items, then press the
or OK button to access the sub-menu.
To make adjustments, use the
buttons.
To return to the main menu from a sub-menu, or to exit from the main menu,
press the MENU button.
Menu Summary
With the LCD TV powered on, press the MENU button. You can adjust some items directly
by highlighting a menu item. Some menu items have sub-menus for detailed settings,
which you can access by highlighting the item and pressing the OK or
button.
Video
The VIDEO menu provides you with different ways of adjusting the picture including
BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, SATURATION, HUE, COLOR TEMP, FLESH TONE and SHARPENESS.
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SATURATION
HUE
COLOR TEMP
FLESH TONE
SHARPNESS
FACTORY DEFAULTS
:Move
:Enter MENU:Exit
To adjust the VIDEO
1. On SCREEN II of the universal remote control, press the MENU button to access the
menu on the LCD TV.
2. On the LCD TV, highlight the VIDEO menu and press OK or
on the touch screen of
the universal remote control to access the submenu.
3. Highlight the appropriate item by using the
buttons on the touch screen of
the universal remote control. To make adjustments, use the
buttons.
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AUDIO
The AUDIO menu gives you control over the BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE, SUBWOOFER and
AUDIO DEFAULTS.
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
SUBWOOFER
AUDIO DEFAULTS
:Move
:Enter MENU:Exit
TUNER
The TUNER menu gives you control over the SYSTEM (cable or antenna), CHANNEL
(present channel), CHANNEL EDIT (add or remove a channel), and AUTOSCAN
(automatically scan for channel).
SYSTEM
CHANNEL
CHANNEL EDIT
AUTOSCAN
:Move
:Enter MENU:Exit
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PIP
PIP MODE
PIP SOURCE
PIP H-POS.
PIP V-POS.
:Move
:Enter MENU:Exit
The PIP menu allows you to set the PIP mode (toggle the size of the PIP), PIP source,
PIP H-POS (horizontal position of the PIP), PIP V-POS. (vertical position of the PIP).
Using Picture-in-Picture
The PIP feature allows you to view two video input sources simultaneously on the LCD
TV. With any source as the primary video input, you can choose between the other
video input sources to display as a sub-display on the LCD TV. See page 48 for a matrix
of supported PIP combinations.
1. Press the PIP button on the touch
screen of the universal remote
control.
2. To set the PIP source, press OK right
after pressing PIP on the touch
screen of universal remote control
to bring up the PIP menu on the
LCD TV.
3. Highlight PIP SOURCE by using the
buttons on the touch screen
of the universal remote control and
press the
buttons to select
the video input source. Make sure
the video input source is properly
connected (refer to pages 11-15).
Main Display
PIP
Window
To change the position of the PIP window, highlight the PIP H-POS or PIP V-POS and
press the
buttons on the touch screen of the universal remote control to move
the window.
You can also use MOVE on the touch screen of the universal remote control to position
the PIP window. Pressing the MOVE button on the touch screen of the universal remote
control will bring up the PIP submenu on the LCD TV. Follow the instructions above to
change the position of the PIP window.
To change the size of the PIP window, highlight the PIP MODE and press the
repeatedly to toggle between the different window sizes.
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PARENTAL
MPAA
TVPG
Password
0-9: Input
Menu: Exit
The PARENTAL menu lets you set the child lock feature of the LCD TV. This menu lets you
set the program rating from MPAA (Motion Picture) or TVPG (TV parental guidelines).
Input the password to enable this option. The default password is 0000, you have to
change the password to be able to use the feature. The password 0000 will no longer
be accepted after you have changed the default password.
Note: V-Chip feature is not supported in YPbPr mode. If you want to use the V-Chip feature, the
Video or S-Video mode should be used instead.
ADVANCED
CC MODE
Defaults MTS
SCALING (Source)
MENU
MENU
LANGUAGE
TRANSPARENCY
TIMER
FACTORY RESET
:Move
:Enter MENU:Exit
The ADVANCED menu lets you access the advanced features of the LCD TV. The features
include CC MODE (close caption), Defaults MTS (MAIN, SAP), SCALING (depends on the
source: TV, DVD, etc. The options are NORMAL (only available in VGA/DVI mode), FILL,
ASPECT, WIDE or DVD MOVIE), MENU
(adjust the vertical position of the menu), MENU
(adjust the horizontal position of the menu), LANGUAGE (ENGLISH, SPANISH or FRENCH),
TRANSPARENCY (transparency of the menu), TIMER, FACTORY RESET.
Note: Close Caption (CC) feature is not supported in YPbPr mode. If you want to use the Close
Caption (CC) feature, the Video or S-Video mode should be used instead.
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Using VGA/DVI mode
You can use this LCD TV as a display for your computer. There are two terminals, VGA
and DVI, which you can connect to your computer.
1. Connect the VGA or DVI cable from the LCD TV to the appropriate connector on the
computer.
2. Connect an audio cable (RCA L/R-to-3.5mm minijack), included, from the AUDIO 1
connector on the LCD TV to the computer’s audio jack.
3. Turn on the computer and the LCD TV.
4. Press the INPUT button on the touch screen of the universal remote control. Toggle
thru the options until the VGA/DVI is displayed. The LCD TV will automatically
adjust itself to the VGA/DVI video signal.
For supported VGA/DVI resolutions, see the table on page 48.
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Adjusting the display in VGA/DVI mode
When the LCD TV is in VGA/DVI mode, you can make screen adjustments via the VGA/DVI
ADJ (depending on the source connected to the LCD TV) menu. This menu will only be
available if there is a VGA or DVI source connected to the LCD TV.
Note: The source will display either VGA or DVI depending on the peripheral connected to the LCD TV.
VIDEO
(Source) ADJ
AUDIO
TUNER
PIP
PARENTAL
ADVANCED
:Move
:Enter MENU:Exit
1. While in VGA/DVI mode, press the MENU button on the touch screen of the
universal remote control.
2. Press the
buttons on the touch screen of the universal remote control to
highlight VGA/DVI ADJ.
3. Press the
button on the touch screen of the universal remote control to enter
the VGA/DVI ADJ submenu.
AUTO CONFIG
CLOCK
PHASE
H POSITION
V POSITION
AUTO COLOR
:Move
:Enter MENU:Exit
For configuring the LCD TV in VGA/DVI mode, it’s recommended to use the AUTO CONFIG
feature to automatically configure the LCD TV’s settings. AUTO CONFIG adjusts the LCD
TV’s brightness, contrast, color, image position, etc. for the best image display.
Note: Run AUTO CONFIG also when you change display resolutions, or when the image is not
properly displayed on the LCD TV.
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…to control other devices
Convention: In this section button names shown in upper case and Bold are LCD screen
buttons, e.g., MODE, CODE, QUIT, etc. Other names refer to the hard rubber buttons,
e.g., TV, VCR, Power.
Setup Button
The Setup button is used for setting up the remote. The red indicator (LED) blinks
briefly when you press the Setup button. To enter the Setup routines press and hold
the Setup button until the LED remains on. The Main Setup Screen shown below
appears. Setup is used for direct Library Code entry, Code Searching, Code
Identification., etc. Exit from Setup occurs automatically after 60 seconds if no button
is pressed. In certain routines, the Setup button can be used to return to the Main
Setup Screen. If any operation is not complete when the time-out occurs then that
operation remains unchanged at its original setting.
Main SETUP Screen
Used for setting
up the remote.
Notes
1. Pressing the LCD QUIT button when shown in a Setup routine, returns the display to
Main Setup Screen. Any changes made prior to that point are discarded.
2. You can exit to normal operation by pressing the LCD QUIT button at the Main Setup
Screen.
3. In some cases, pressing the Setup button at any time in a Setup routine discards
any changes made and returns to normal operation.
4. Any Setup routine button entry error or code entry error causes the remote to give
an error warning (3 beeps). Only shown in TV Mode.
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Quick Setup Guide
See pages 49 through 52 for various codes.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
program your remote to control your DVD player, VCR, or Cable, etc.:
Press and hold Setup (the remote beeps).
Release Setup when you hear a second beep.
Press and release MODE.
Press and release DVD, VCR, etc.
Press and release CODE.
Enter 3 digit code.
Press QUIT.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
search for a code (instead of using the code library list):
Turn on the device (DVD, VCR, etc.) to be controlled.
Press and hold Setup (the remote beeps).
Release Setup when you hear a second beep.
Press and release MODE.
Press and release DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.
Press and release CODE.
Press the CHANNEL UP button repeatedly until the Device to be controlled changes
channel.
8. Press and release MUTE, or OK to install the code.
9. Press QUIT.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
identify a code:
Press and hold Setup (the remote beeps).
Release Setup when you hear a second beep.
Press and release MODE.
Press and release DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.
Press and release CODE.
Press and release Setup.
The display shows the code using the LCD digits. The 3 digits are shown in
sequence for 1 second each.
8. Press QUIT.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
learn a command:
Press and hold Setup (the remote beeps).
Release Setup when you hear a second beep.
Press and release MODE.
Press and release DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.
Press and release LEARN.
Press and release the LCD Remote button that you want to store a learned button
under.
7. Quickly point the top of your original remote at the bottom of the LCD remote
and press and hold the original remote button that you want to learn until the
LED blinks off once. To learn another button, press and release LEARN repeat
from Step 6.
8. To save and exit from the Learn routine, press and release QUIT.
9. Press QUIT.
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Quick Setup Guide
(cont’d)
To turn on your DVD, VCR, or Cable Box, etc.:
1. Press DVD, VCR, or CBL.
2. Press Power.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
clear stored learned commands under a Mode:
Press and hold Setup (the remote beeps).
Release Setup when you hear a second beep.
Press and release MODE.
Press and release DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.
Press and release LEARN.
Press and hold Setup. Release when you hear a beep.
Press QUIT.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Clear ALL stored learned commands:
Press and hold Setup (the remote beeps).
Release Setup when you hear a second beep.
Press and release MODE.
Press and release any Mode button (DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.)
Press and hold LEARN. Release when you hear a beep.
Press QUIT.
To Clear all stored Learned Commands, and User Programmed Codes, i.e., return to
factory defaults:
1. Press and hold Setup (the remote beeps).
2. Release Setup when you hear a second beep.
3. Press and hold Setup for approximately 5 seconds until the LED blinks on then
turns off. The screen goes blank. The Default Reset is now complete and the remote
will be in normal TV Mode.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
change the name for a button:
Press and hold Setup (the remote beeps).
Release Setup when you hear a second beep.
Press and release MODE.
Press and release DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.
Press and release SCREEN.
Press any of the LCD buttons repeatedly within the current Mode to select the
individual button segment display required. Press SCREEN to toggle between the
two screens for that Mode.
7. To save the Label selections for the current Mode screen, press the Mute button or
the Setup button.
8. Press QUIT.
Preprogrammed and Learned codes are not affected by these changes.
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Button/LCD Key Descriptions
CC activates the
Closed Caption
feature if your
device has that
feature.
SUB-T (Subtitle)
brings up DVD
Subtitle Menu for
Subtitle selection
and display.
PIP (Picture-in-Picture) button
operates your television’s
Picture-In-Picture feature.
SUB controls Sub
Woofer in Audio
mode.
TOGGLE switches
broadcast audio
when available.
MENU accesses the
Menu functions of
the device you are
controlling.
TV, VCR, DVD, CD, AUX, SAT, CBL,
AUDIO selects product to be
operated.
PREV. CH.returns to the previously
selected channel, or DVD repeat
toggle. Repeat performs DVD
players “A-B Repeat” (or RPT A.B)
function for repeat play of current
Chapter or Track.
RECORD, PLAY, STOP, REW, FF, PAUSE
VCR control buttons operate your
VCR even when the remote is set
to operate the TV. Also operates
DVD Scan -/+.
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DVD
TITLE LCD key brings up the DVD Title Menu screen.
SUB-T (Subtitle) LCD key brings up DVD Subtitle Menu for Subtitle selection and display.
RETURN LCD key goes back to previous on-screen selection.
INFO LCD key brings up DVD Display or Control Menu for Chapter/Track/Title number, Time
remaining/elapsed indication, system information, etc.
MENU LCD key brings up the DVD disc Menu screen - use with the Up, Down, Left &
Right navigation buttons.
OK LCD key is used for on-screen Menu selection. Note some DVD players require the
Play button to be used.
QUIT LCD key is used to Exit or Clear on-screen Menu displays.
Play hard button is used to start Disc playback and for Menu selection on some DVD
players.
Stop hard button stops Disc playback.
Pause hard button will pause Disc playback - press Play to resume.
and
hard buttons control the speed of Fast Forward and Reverse
Playback respectively.
PREV.CH hard button performs DVD players “A-B Repeat” (or RPT A.B) function for repeat
play of current Chapter or Track.
SAT
GUIDE LCD key displays on-screen Satellite Channel Guide.
INFO LCD key brings up Satellite Display screen for current Channel and
system information.
MENU LCD key brings up the Satellite Menu screen - use with the Up, Down,
Left & Right navigation buttons.
OK LCD key is used for on-screen Menu selection.
QUIT LCD key is used to Exit or Clear on-screen Menu displays.
INPUT LCD key performs the Satellite TV/SAT function.
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Direct Library Code Entry
To enter Codes directly from Library Code Tables using the Setup button. When a valid
code is entered for a Mode, that Mode is reset to its Default Button Label screen and
any learned functions for that Mode are deleted i.e., the Mode is reset back to its
power-on default configuration.
1
5
7
3
1. Press and hold Setup button until the LED remains on (after approximately 2-3
seconds) and the display shows the Main Setup Screen.
2. Release the Setup button.
3. Press and release MODE. The LED blinks off once.
4. Press and release the desired Mode button (DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.) on the rubber
keypad. The LED blinks off once.
5. Press and release CODE. The LED blinks off once.
6. Enter the 3 digit Code from the Library Code Tables using the LCD number buttons.
For a valid code, the LED blinks off after the last digit is entered. For an invalid
code, the LED flashes three times before going off. In both cases, the display
returns to the Main Setup Screen.
7. Press QUIT.
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Code Search
If you can’t find the code for your brand of product in the code list, you can search the
entire Code Library for a particular device that might not be listed in the code list or is
listed under a different manufacturer. When a valid code is entered for a Mode, the
Default Button Label screen is used and any learned functions are deleted for that
Mode i.e., the Mode is reset back to its power-on default setting.
1. Turn on the device (DVD, VCR, etc.) to be controlled.
2. Press and hold Setup until the LED remains on (after approximately 2-3 seconds)
and the display shows the Main Setup Screen.
3. Release the Setup button.
4. Press and release MODE. The LED blinks off once.
5. Press and release desired Mode button (DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.) on the rubber keypad.
The LED blinks off once.
6. Press and release CODE. The LED blinks off once.
7. Press the CHANNEL UP button (or POWER or PLAY) on the rubber keypad repeatedly
until the device to be controlled changes channel. If you overshoot the code
required, press the CHANNEL DOWN button to backtrack through the Library. Press
CHANNEL UP to change direction to forward again.
8. When the device to be controlled changes channel, press and release OK, or MUTE
on the rubber keypad to install the code.
9. Press QUIT.
If the Device does not have a Channel Up button, use the Play (VCR or DVD only) or the
Power button instead. Code Search starts from the currently stored code number under
that Mode.
Reverse Code Search: It is possible to start a manual Code Search in the reverse
direction by pressing the CHANNEL DOWN button instead of the CHANNEL UP button.
Code Identification
Lets you identify codes installed in the remote.
1. Press and hold Setup until the LED remains on (after approximately 2-3 seconds)
and the display show the Main Setup Screen.
2. Release the Setup button.
3. Press and release MODE. The LED blinks off once.
4. Press and release the desired Mode button (DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.) on the rubber
keypad. The LED blinks off once.
5. Press and release CODE. The LED blinks off once.
6. Press and release the Setup button. The LED blinks off once.
7. The display shows the code using the LCD digits. The 3digits are shown in sequence
for 1 second each. The LED blinks off for each digit displayed. This sequence is only
performed once then the display returns to the Main Setup Screen.
8. Press QUIT.
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Code Learning
You can teach the LCD Remote to learn commands from your existing remotes. The
Remote can store original remote commands consisting of up to 40 buttons each per
Mode. Only one original remote type can be stored under any one Mode (see Tips on
Learning). The Remote can also be pre-programmed with one of the library codes and
then have learned buttons “overlaid” in button positions of your choice.
Tips on Learning
1. Use fresh batteries for both the LCD remote and your original remote(s).
2. It is recommended that you perform a Master Reset before attempting any
learning. Note this will reset all user programming back to factory defaults.
3. Place the original remote to the rear of the LCD remote so that the IR LED on the
front of the original remote is in line with the LCD remote’s IR sensor, located
below the hard button area. See diagram below.
4. Keep the distance between the two remotes to approximately 2 inches.
5. Experiment by learning 2 or 3 buttons initially (to ensure compatibility and
familiarity) and then carry out a Master Reset before completely learning your
original remote’s keyboard.
6. Do not attempt to learn directly under an incandescent or low-voltage light as
these can cause interference with the IR transmissions. Keep at least three feet
away from any such light sources.
7. When learning a button, do not release the button being learned until the LED
remains on and the LCD display returns (this can take 2-3 seconds).
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To Learn Commands
No functions can be stored under the LEARN, SLEEP, Setup, TV, VCR, DVD, CD AUX, SAT,
CBL, or AUDIO buttons, or the SCREEN button.
Gather all the remotes that you want to learn “from” and have them all lined up on
your coffee table side by side. Place the LCD Remote in front of your existing remotes so
that the top of your existing remotes point at the bottom of the LCD Remote. You can
then slide the LCD Remote along the line of remotes as you learn commands from each
of them in turn, making sure that you keep about 2 inches in between the remote you
are learning from and the LCD Remote.
1. Press and hold the Setup button until the LED remains on (after approximately 2-3
seconds) and the display shows the Main Setup Screen.
2. Release the Setup button.
3. Press and release MODE. The LED blinks off once.
4. Press and release desired Mode button (DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.) on the rubber keypad.
The LED blinks off once.
5. Press and release LEARN. The LED blinks off once. The screen shows the current
screen labels for that Mode. The SETUP and LEARN labels are also shown.
6. Press and release the LCD Remote button that you want to store a learned function
under. Press SCREEN to toggle the screen labels displayed. The LED blinks off.
7. The display now shows a blank screen with just SETUP and LEARN labels. Press and
hold the original remote button that you want to learn until the LED blinks off and
the LEARN/QUIT key screen is displayed (this process can take up to 2 or 3 seconds
to complete). To learn another button, press and release the LEARN key (on the
LEARN/QUIT key screen) and repeat from Step 6. If there is a problem with learning
the LED flashes three times. Go back to Step 6. If problems persist learning a
particular remote, try clearing the learned commands under that Mode (see page
37) and start again. To abort learning, press Setup once and return to the Main
Setup screen (i.e. back to step 3).
8. To save and exit from the Learn routine press QUIT. The display returns to the Main
Setup Screen.
9. Press QUIT. Learning is now complete.
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To Clear stored Learned Commands under a Mode
3
5
1. Press and hold the Setup button until the LED remains on (after approximately 2-3
seconds) and the display shows the Main Setup Screen.
2. Release the Setup button.
3. Press and release MODE. The LED blinks off once.
4. Press and release desired Mode button (DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.) on the rubber keypad.
The LED blinks off once.
5. Press and release LEARN. The LED blinks off once.
6. Press and hold Setup until the Main Setup Screen is displayed.
7. Press QUIT.
All Learned Command entries under that Mode are now cleared.
To Clear ALL stored Learned Commands
Clears all stored Learned Commands in the Remote (recommended before first time
learning).
1. Press and hold the Setup button until the LED remains on (after approximately 2-3
seconds) and the display shows the Main Setup Screen.
2. Release the Setup button.
3. Press and release MODE. The LED blinks off once.
4. Press and release any Mode button (DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.) on the rubber keypad. The
LED blinks off once.
5. Press and hold LEARN until the Main Setup Screen is displayed (after approx. 5
seconds).
6. Press QUIT.
All Learned Commands are now cleared.
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Changing Button Labels
3
5
Lets you select which buttons and individual button label segments are shown in the
display. You can select any LCD button for change except the SCREEN button. Each
button can use any one of the available labels. Each button allows just the “frame” to
be shown. You can even completely hide a button.
1. Press and hold the Setup button until the LED remains on (after approximately 2-3
seconds) and the display shows the Main Setup Screen.
2. Release the Setup button.
3. Press and release MODE. The LED blinks off once.
4. Press and release desired Mode button (DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.) on the rubber keypad.
The LED blinks off once.
5. Press and release SCREEN. The LED blinks off once. The display shows the current
labels for that Mode (Note this might not be the Default Labels). The SETUP and
SCREEN labels are also shown.
6. Press any of the LCD buttons multiple times within the current Mode to select the
individual button label required. (Use SCREEN to toggle between the two screens
for that mode). The LED blinks off to indicate each button keypress acceptance.
7. To save the Label change selections, press the Mute button or the Setup button.
This then returns to the Main Setup Screen.
8. Press QUIT.
The Button Label change routine is now complete. Preprogrammed and Learned codes
are not affected by these changes.
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Restoring Default Button Labels
1. Press and hold the Setup button until the LED remains on (after approximately 2-3
seconds) and the display shows the Main Setup Screen.
2. Release the Setup button.
3. Press and release MODE. The LED blinks off once.
4. Press and release desired Mode button (DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.) on the rubber keypad.
The LED blinks off once.
5. Press and release SCREEN. The LED blinks off once.
6. The display shows the current labels for that Mode. The SETUP and SCREEN labels
are also shown.
7. To reset the current Mode button labels back to their Default settings, press and
hold the current Mode button (DVD, VCR, SAT, etc.) on the rubber keypad until the
Main Setup Screen is shown.
8. Press QUIT.
The display shown to the right
shows ALL the possible labels,
although only the options for
the Mode you selected are
shown at any one time.
Note:
1. Resetting the Mode button labels back to their power-on default setting, results in
an automatic save for that Mode.
2. You cannot change the SCREEN button. Restoring Default Labels, cont.
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Advanced options/features
TV or CD/Audio Volume/Mute Punch-Through
User selectable TV or Audio Device Volume Punch-through is a feature which lets you
select which device is controlled by the Volume/Mute keys. Normally other types of
remotes punch-through to the device programmed under the TV Mode when the
Volume/Mute keys are pressed e.g. when in DVD Mode, pressing Volume/Mute operates
the TV sound. With this remote you can select TV, or one of the programmed Audio
devices, as the volume punch-through target e.g. if you use your A/V Amplifier for
sound then pressing Volume/Mute buttons in any Mode can control your A/V Amplifier
sound.
The Mode selected for Volume punch-through control must be either TV Mode, or an
AUDIO Mode programmed with a CD or Audio Device. Any other selection (VCR, DVD, CBL,
SAT) is denied with an LED “error flash.” The power-on default is TV Volume punchthrough.
Note: When TV is the punch-through device, all CD/Audio Modes take any Volume/Mute
button press commands from the CD/Audio code. All other device types punch-through
to TV Volume/Mute control. When CD/Audio is the punch-through device, all Modes take
any Volume/Mute button press commands from that CD/Audio code.
1. Press and hold the Setup button until the LED remains on (after approximately 2-3
seconds) and the Main Setup Screen is shown.
2. Release the Setup button.
3. Press and hold the Mode button for device you want the Volume buttons to control
(e.g. AUX, or AUDIO) until the LED blinks.
4. Press QUIT.
The Default Volume Control is now set for that Mode.
VCR/DVD Punch-Through
This remote lets you Punch-through to the last VCR or DVD device used. Normally other
types of remotes only punch-through (from another Mode) on the 6 VCR carriage keys,
to the device programmed under the VCR Mode key. This is not much use if you are
using a DVD programmed under a Mode other than VCR. This remote punches-through
to the last VCR or DVD device you used. For example, if you have 3 DVD/VCR devices
programmed into this remote, the last one you accessed on the remote will be the one
that has control of the 6 VCR/DVD keys when in any other mode.
VCR Record
In VCR Mode (including punch-through), the Record button has to be pressed twice
before the command is sent. This is also true if a VCR type is programmed under any
other Mode. The exceptions are for DVD and SAT codes where the Record button
transmits the command after only a single press of the Record button. In any CD/Audio
Mode, the Record button must also be pressed twice.
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LCD Panel and Backlight On-Time
The LCD Panel and Backlighting remain on for a user-selectable time period (10, 20,
30,……90 seconds). The power-on default is 10 seconds from the last button press. To
change the LCD/Backlight On-time:
1. Press and hold the Setup button until the LED remains on (after approximately 2-3
seconds) and the Main Setup Screen is shown.
2. Release the Setup button.
3. Press the Setup button again, and release.
4. Press and release a digit key 1-9 (1=10 seconds, 2=20 seconds, etc.). The LED
blinks.
5. Press and release ENTER (or Mute on the rubber keypad) to save the setting. The
display shows the Main Setup Screen.
6. Press QUIT.
LCD/Backlight On-time setting is now complete.
Button Press Acknowledge Beep Feature
When any button is pressed, an audible beep is heard to acknowledge the button
press. This beep can be toggled on or off. The default state is enabled (ON). To change
this:
1. Press and hold the Setup button until the LED remains on (after approximately 2-3
seconds) and the Main Setup Screen is shown.
2. Release the Setup button.
3. Press and hold MUTE until the LED blinks.
4. Press QUIT.
The Beep Feature is now toggled OFF and Main Setup Screen is shown. Repeat above
steps to toggle back ON.
Advanced Options/Features
Mode Assignments
Code types are assigned as follows:
Mode
TV
VCR/DVD
CBL
SAT
AUDIO/CD
Equipment Television
VCR
Cable
Satellite
CD
Projector
LD
DBS
Amplifier
DVD
STB
Tuner
PVR
DTV
Tape
Web TV
A/V Recr.
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INPUT LCD Key
The
The
The
The
The
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
button
button
button
button
button
performs
performs
performs
performs
performs
the TV/VCR antenna switch function when in VCR Mode.
the A.B switch function when in Cable Mode.
the TV/SAT switch function when in SAT Mode.
the Input source switch function when in TV Mode.
nonspecific functions when in Audio Mode.
Product Operation
After the batteries are installed and you have programmed the remote for the codes
that operate your products, you can use your remote to operate a VCR, Cable Box, DVD
Player, or Satellite System, etc.
TV (Press TV First)
VCR (Press VCR First)
DVD Player (Press DVD first)
Cable Box (Press CBL first)
Satellite System (Press SAT first)
To Operate:
1. Press the TV, VCR, DVD, CBL, etc. button (depending on which product you want to
operate).
2. Aim the remote at the product.
3. Press POWER to turn on the product.
4. Press other buttons to operate the features of your product.
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troubleshooting
Troubleshooting–television
Below you can find some troubleshooting tips and solutions. If you encounter any
problems, please go through this helpful list before you contact your dealer.
No picture or sound
• Make sure the power cord is properly connected to the power
outlet.
• Make sure the main power switch (located beside the AC inlet) is
in the ON position.
• Make sure you pressed the POWER or SOURCE buttons (including
TV, AV, SV, Component Video (YPbPr), VGA/DVI) on the remote
control or on the LCD TV front panel. The power indicator turns
blue.
• Make sure the source you selected is properly connected to the
LCD TV.
• Check the picture brightness and contrast settings in the
onscreen menu.
• Check the volume level.
Picture is normal but
no sound
• Make sure sound is not set to MUTE.
• Increase the volume.
• Make sure the audio source is properly connected to the LCD TV.
Picture is black and white
• Make sure the equipment you connected provides the signals
that conform to the same standard (NTSC).
Poor reception
• Make sure the antenna is properly connected to the LCD TV.
• Check the direction and location of the antenna. An indoor
antenna will result in poor reception.
Picture is too bright
or dark
• Check the picture brightness and contrast settings in the
onscreen menu.
TV is locked
• Make sure the child lock password is correct.
• If you forget the password, press the MENU button on the touch
screen of the universal remote control and select ADVANCED;
using the
buttons on the touch screen of the universal
remote control, highlight FACTORY RESET and press the
button
select YES. This resets the LCD TV settings to their factory-default
values.
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troubleshooting
Video and audio is
abnormal
• Press the MENU button on the touch screen of the universal
remote control and select ADVANCED; using the
buttons
on the touch screen of the universal remote control, highlight
FACTORY RESET and press the
button select YES. This resets
the LCD TV settings to their factory-default values.
Remote control
malfunctions
• Replace the batteries in the remote control.
VGA/DVI mode
malfunctions
• Make sure the computer is set to a supported resolution. See
the table on page 47.
• Press the MENU button on the touch screen of the universal
remote control; using the
buttons on the touch screen of
the universal remote control, highlight VGA/DVI ADJ, and set to
AUTO.CONFIG. This will optimize video settings such as position,
color and brightness.
• Make sure the audio cable is connected between the LCD TV and
the VGA/DVI, if there is no sound.
PIP (Picture-In-Picture)
mode does not work
• Make sure that multiple sources are connected to the LCD TV.
• Make sure that main display and PIP window sources are in the
possible PIP combinations. See the table on page 48.
Subwoofer does not work
• Make sure the cables are connected to the correct input/output
connectors.
Power indicator
flashes/blinks
• The VGA/DVI may be in standby mode. Exit VGA/DVI standby
mode to turn on the LCD TV.
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Troubleshooting–remote
LCD does not show
anything when you touch
it, or press the Setup
button
• Replace the batteries with 4 new AAA alkaline batteries.
• Check batteries are properly installed.
The remote does not
operate your audio or
video devices
• Try all code programming procedures with all the codes from the
appropriate part of the Library Code Tables.
• Wrong distance or angle? The remote functions from a distance
of 20 feet?
VCR not recording
• As a safety feature on your remote, you must press REC twice.
Problems changing
channels
• If your original remote requires ENTER to be pressed after a
channel is selected, press ENTER to select the channel.
IR LEARN cannot be made
successfully
• Replace batteries in the LCD Remote and the remote you are
trying to learn from.
• Keep the distance between the remotes to about 2 inches.
• Do not learn near an incandescent lamp.
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specifications
Specifications
Item
Specification
Display
Screen size
27” TFT (Thin-Film Transistor) LCD TV panel
Resolution
1280 x 720 (WXGA)
Aspect ratio
16:9
Display area (HxV)
597.12 x 335.88 mm
Pixel pitch (HxV)
0.1555 x 0.4665
Colors
16.7 million
Contrast ratio
500:1
Brightness
500 Cd/m3
Viewing angle (H/V)
170°/170°
Viewing distance
85 cm (minimum)
Response time
16ms (TR+TF)
TV
Tuning system
NTSC-M
Demodulated video output, MTS sound output
Video
Video (In)
Video x 3
S-video x 3
YPbPr x 1
VGA 15-pin D-Sub x 1
DVI-D or DVI x 1
Audio
Audio (In)
Audio RCA L/R x 2
Audio (Out)
Built-in speakers, 8W x 2
Subwoofer x 1
Headphone: 3.5mm mini-jack x 1
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Power
Power supply
Built-in, 90-264V @ 50/60Hz
Power consumption
140W
Power consumption (Standby)
< 5W
Environment
Temperature (Operating)
5°C to 35°C
Humidity (Operating ambient)
20% to 80% RH
Dimensions and weight
Dimension (W x H x D)
912.3 x 554 x 194.8 mm (with stand)
912.3 x 494.5 x 105 mm (without stand)
Weight
17 kg (with stand)
14.7 kg (without stand)
Accessories
User’s manual, quick start guide, remote control, batteries (AAAx4), power cord, cables
List of supported VGA/DVI resolutions
Resolution
Horizontal Sync
Vertical Sync
VGA
640 x 480
31,5 KHz
60,0 Hz
VGA
640 x 480
37,8 KHz
72,8 Hz
VGA
640 x 480
37,5 KHz
75,0 Hz
DOS
720 x 400
31,5 KHz
70,1 Hz
SVGA
800 x 600
37,9 KHz
60,3 Hz
SVGA
800 x 600
46,9 KHz
75,0 Hz
SVGA
800 x 600
48,1 KHz
72,0 Hz
MAC
832 x 624
49,7 KHz
74,6 Hz
XGA
1024 x 768
48,4 KHz
60,0 Hz
XGA
1024 x 768
56,4 KHz
70,1 Hz
XGA
1024 x 768
60,0 KHz
75,0 Hz
WXGA
1280 x 768
47,7 KHz
60,0 Hz
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specifications
PIP Combinations
TV
TV
AV 1
CVBS
AV 2
CVBS
AV
CVBS
S-Video S-Video 2 S-Video
Y/C
Y/C
Y/C
YPbPr
SD/HD
VGA
DVI
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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•
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AV 1 CVBS
•
AV 2 CVBS
•
•
AV CVBS
•
•
•
S-Video 1 Y/C
•
•
•
•
S-Video 2 Y/C
•
•
•
•
•
S-Video Y/C
•
•
•
•
•
•
YPBPR SD/HD
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
VGA
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DVI
•
•
•
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•
•
•
•
•
• = Supported PIP combination
Glossary of Terms
LCD: Liquid Crystal Display. This is the “Virtual keyboard” on the remote.
LED: Light Emitting Diode, the red indicator at the top of the remote.
Button Frame: This is the square around a button in the LCD. It can have a name
inside the square or the button can be just the “frame.”
Mode button: This means any button in the LCD that changes the mode that the
remote is in, e.g. TV, VCR, Cable, SAT, etc.
TV Sleep Timer event: A countdown timer to turn your TV off after some specified
number of minutes you set.
Punch-through: A command that “punches-through from one mode to another, e.g.,
TV volume can work even while the remote is in VCR mode.
Backlighting: Lights up the LCD so you can see it in the dark. Set to come on
automatically in low light conditions.
Master Screen: The screen that shows all the possible button labels.
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product codes
Code list
VCR
ADMIRAL ................................................
ADVENTURA ............................................
AIKO .....................................................
AIWA .................................. 126 324 528
AKAI ........... 027 235 335 424 524 624 724
ALLEGRO .................................... 326 534
AMERICAN HIGH ................................. 130
ASHA ....................................................
AUDIO DYNAMICS ................................ 025
AUDIOVOX ..............................................
DAEWOO ................................................
BELL & HOWELL .......................................
BEAUMARK .............................................
BROKSONIC ..................... 227 325 530 626
CALIX ....................................................
CANDLE ............. 025 026 425 525 625 725
CANNON .............................. 130 226 535
CAPEHART ........................................ 135
CARVER ..................................................
CCE ................................................ 230
CITIZEN ....... 025 026 425 525 625 725 825
COLORTYME .............................................
COLT .....................................................
CRAIG ................................. 230 425 426
CURTIS MATHES ............................ 025 124
............................. 226 324 425 526 635
CYBERNEX ..............................................
DAEWOO ...... 026 135 625 626 726 825 826
DAYTRON ................................................
DBX ................................................ 025
DIMENSIA ...............................................
DYNATECH ........................................ 324
ELECTROHOME ................................... 027
ELECTROPHONIC ........................................
EMERSON ..... 027 028 127 128 130 226 227
324 325 327 427 428 525 526 527 528 625
627 628 630 634 724 726 727 735 827 828
FISHER ........ 025 029 129 328 330 426 428
FUJI .......................................... 130 226
FUNAI ....................................... 324 726
GARRARD ...............................................
GE ............. 124 130 136 226 425 429 635
GOLDSTAR .................................. 025 236
GRADIENTE .............................................
GO-VIDEO .................................. 139 438
HARLEY DAVIDSON .....................................
HARMAN KARDON ............................... 025
HARWOOD ..............................................
HEADQUARTER .........................................
HITACHI . 136 235 324 336 538 629 638 829
HI-Q ....................................................
INSTANT REPLAY ........................... 130 226
INTEQ ....................................................
JCL ................................................. 130
JC PENNEY ............................ 025 130 235
....................... 428 436 525 629 635 834
JENSEN ............................................ 235
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726
826
726
924
925
226
425
436
525
529
428
425
632
525
825
635
534
330
826
826
025
230
525
130
725
425
926
135
436
124
726
525
525
228
626
927
928
524
924
726
835
525
726
537
726
930
230
428
834
426
924
525
226
425
935
629
JVC ................... 025 235 239 326 339 428
KENWOOD ...................... 025 235 428 436
KLH ................................................ 230
KODAK ...................................... 130 226
LLOYD ............................................. 324
LOGIK ...................................................
LXI .......................................................
MAGNAVOX ......... 130 226 330 534 536 635
MAGNIN ................................................
MARANTZ ............................. 025 130 226
................................... 428 436 530 535
MARTA ..................................................
MATSUSHITA ...................................... 130
MEI ................................................ 130
MEMOREX ............................ 130 224 226
....................... 335 425 426 428 525 534
MGA ............................................... 027
MGN TECHNOLOGY .....................................
MIDLAND ...............................................
MINOLTA .......................................... 629
MITSUBISHI .............. 027 031 131 229 231
........................431 436 531 629 630 730
MONTGOMERY WARD ........................... 224
MOTOROLA .................................. 130 224
MTC .......................................... 324 425
MULTITECH ........................................ 324
............................................... 726 429
NEC .............................. 025 235 428 526
................................... 725 731 831 931
NIKKO ...................................................
NOBLEX .................................................
OLYMPUS .......................................... 130
OPTIMUS ............ 035 224 525 537 737 837
OPTONICA ......................................... 537
ORION ...................................................
PANASONIC ... 035 039 130 226 635 636 937
PENTAX ............................... 136 629 725
PENTEX RESEARCH .....................................
PHILCO ..................................130 226 330
PHILIPS ......................... 130 226 330 430
....................... 439 536 631 734 738 934
PHILIPS/MAGNAVOX ............................. 434
PILOT ....................................................
PIONEER .............................. 132 232 436
PORTLAND ............................ 026 135 725
PROSCAN ................................................
PROTEC ..................................................
PULSAR .................................................
QUARTER ................................................
QUARTZ .................................................
QUASAR ......................... 039 130 635 636
RCA ........................ 033 124 130 133 136
....................... 233 332 424 425 432 532
....................... 636 732 832 834 835 837
RADIOSHACK . 027 029 035 124 129 130 224
..............................324 335 425 426 428
........................631 635 726 737 835 837
RADIX ...................................................
436
725
237
525
726
230
525
734
425
330
725
525
226
226
324
726
630
425
429
834
329
930
631
226
726
425
230
530
436
525
425
226
937
631
227
938
834
025
635
434
937
934
525
629
825
124
230
534
428
428
937
226
629
932
226
525
937
525
49
product codes
RANDEX ................................................. 525
REALISTIC ....................... 027 029 035 124 129
....................... 130 224 226 324 335 425 426
................. 428 525 631 635 726 737 837 937
REPLAY .................................................. 938
RICOH ................................................... 936
RUNCO .................................................. 534
SAMSUNG 037 335 425 427 429 537 624 625 629
SANKY ............................................. 224 534
SANSUI ...................................... 235 333 436
SANYO ................................. 328 425 426 428
SCOTT .................................. 325 327 433 625
......................................... 626 630 735 927
SEARS ..................... 029 129 130 226 330 426
............................. 428 525 629 834 928 935
SHARP ........ 027 224 324 338 631 637 737 825
SHINTOM ....................... 230 337 524 629 936
SHOGUN ................................................ 425
SIGNATURE ............................................. 324
SINGER ...................................... 130 226 230
SONY ................ 034 038 138 238 524 838 936
STS ..................................... 130 226 629 834
SYLVANIA ............130 324 330 536 630 635 726
SYMPHONIC ................................ 225 324 726
TANDY ............................................. 324 428
TASHIKO ................................................. 525
TATUNG ................................................. 235
TEAC ......................................... 235 324 726
TECHNICS ................................... 035 130 226
TEKNIKA .................. 130 134 226 324 525 726
TiVo ............................................... 738 838
TOSHIBA ............ 029 330 433 625 629 630 735
TOTEVISION ....................................... 425 525
TMK ......................................... 425 526 828
UNITECH ................................................ 425
VECTOR RESEARCH ................... 025 436 625 725
VICTOR.................................................... 436
VIDEO CONCEPTS ............... 025 027 436 625 725
VIDEOSONIC ............................................ 425
WARDS ........ 027 130 224 226 230 234 324 425
..................426 525 625 629 631 726 735 834
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE ......................... 324 924
XR-1000 ............................. 130 226 230 726
YAMAHA .............................. 025 235 428 436
ZENITH ........ 030 036 125 326 436 437 524 525
..................534 632 638 729 824 925 929 936
Cable
ABC .................. 048 148 248 348 747 847
ALLEGRO .......................................... 054
AMERICAST .............................................
ANTRONIX ........................................ 448
ARCHER ............................... 448 548 648
AT&T .....................................................
CABLETENNA ...........................................
CABLEVIEW .............................................
CENTURY ................................................
CITIZEN ..................................................
COLOUR VOICE .................................... 848
COMTRONICS ...................................... 049
CONTEC/CONY ...........................................
EASTERN ................................................
GARRARD ...............................................
GC ELECTRONICS .......................................
GEMINI ........................................... 449
50
947
154
354
548
748
752
448
448
748
748
948
149
249
349
748
548
549
GE .......................................................
GENERAL INSTRUMENT ....... 053 453 454 552
....................................654 752 754 947
HAMLIN ..................................... 649 749
HITACHI .................................................
HYTEX ...................................................
JASCO ....................................................
JERROLD .................. 048 050 148 254 348
........................454 552 554 652 747 752
MAGNAVOX .............................................
MEMOREX ..............................................
MOVIE TIME ...................................... 350
NSC ................................................ 350
OAK .......................................... 249 550
PACE .....................................................
PANASONIC ....................................... 452
PARAGON ...............................................
PHILIPS ....... 150 549 650 748 750 848 850
PIONEER .................................... 051 451
PULSAR .................................................
RADIO SHACK .............................. 055 152
RCA ................................................ 352
REALISTIC ...............................................
REGAL ...................................................
REGENCY ................................................
REMBRANDT ............................................
RUNCO ..................................................
SAMSUNG ......................................... 049
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA ................. 248 251 351
SIGNAL ............................................ 049
SIGNATURE .............................................
SL MARX ................................................
SPRUCER ................................................
STANDARD COMPONENTS .............................
STARCOM .................................... 348 449
STARGATE ......................................... 049
STAR SIGHT .............................................
STAR SIGHT CABLE SERVICE ...........................
STARQUEST ..............................................
STAR TRAK ..............................................
TANDY ...................................................
TELEVIEW ...............................................
TELEWEST ...............................................
TEXSCAN ................................................
TOCOM ...................................... 048 751
TOSHIBA ................................................
TUSA .....................................................
TV86 ....................................................
UNIKA ....................................... 448 548
UNITED ARTISTS ........................................
UNITED CABLE ..........................................
UNIVERSAL ..................... 448 548 648 748
VIDEOWAY ..............................................
VIEWSTAR ............................. 149 150 350
VIDEO TECH .............................................
ZENITH .......................... 054 154 250 353
................. 450 553 653 753 853 951 953
556
554
952
849
947
847
748
449
947
150
250
847
847
847
854
647
250
948
950
250
154
647
548
849
349
947
250
051
451
449
947
049
647
551
747
449
653
352
449
253
651
049
854
551
952
250
449
350
748
847
747
851
052
651
656
354
954
SAT
AMPLICA ................................................
CHANNEL MASTER ......................... 359 459
CHAPPARAL ................................. 657 659
CHEYENNE ..............................................
DRAKE ....................................... 059 360
DISH NETWORK .... 067 366 460 464 560 660
159
559
757
757
857
962
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product codes
DX ANTENNA ..................................... 458
ECHOSPHERE ...........................................
ECHOSTAR .......... 067 366 460 464 560 660
EXPRESSVU .............................................
FUJITSU ........................................... 760
GE ................................................. 265
GENERAL INSTRUMENTS ............ 058 066 158
....................................258 665 865 960
HITACHI DSS ...................................... 765
HUGHES SATELLITE DSS ....... 465 564 664 864
JANEIL ...................................................
JERROLD ................................................
JVC .......................................................
KENWOOD ..............................................
LUXOR ...................................................
MAGNAVOX DSS ............................ 259 565
MACOM STATE ..........................................
NORSTAT .......................................... 761
PACE ......................................... 063 163
PANASONIC DSS .................................. 260
PRIMESTAR ....................................... 364
PHILIPS ..................................... 259 565
PHILIPS/MAGNAVOX ....................... 259 565
PIONEER ................................................
PROSCAN .......................................... 265
RCA DSS ............................... 566 265 866
REALISTIC ......................................... 358
SAMSUNG ...............................................
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA ...................................
SHARP ...................................................
SIERRA I II III ..........................................
SONY DSS ......................................... 160
STARCHOICE ...................................... 364
STAR SIGHT .............................................
STAR TRAK ..............................................
STS ..................................... 458 558 658
SUPER GUIDE ..........................................
THOMSON ...............................................
TOSHIBA ................................................
TOSHIBA DSS ............................... 064 164
UNIDEN ........................................... 762
UNIDEN DSS ............................................
VIDEO CIPHER II .......................................
ZENITH ........ 059 065 163 165 266 360 857
859
464
962
464
860
863
166
965
864
964
261
361
466
461
561
862
661
861
266
264
665
862
862
060
863
966
961
061
362
062
757
963
665
964
462
758
562
063
858
764
958
964
059
957
DVD
AIWA ....................................................
AKAI .....................................................
APEX .....................................................
DAEWOO .................................... 046 645
DENON ............................................ 641
ELTA ............................................... 045
EMERSON ...............................................
FISHER ..................................................
GE .......................................................
GO-VIDEO ........................................ 244
HITACHI ..................................... 042 543
HARMAN/KARDON .....................................
JVC ................................................. 242
INTEGRA ................................................
KENWOOD ........................................ 544
KONKA ................................ 642 742 842
MAGNAVOX ....................................... 441
MARANTZ ......................................... 441
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141
044
745
743
145
241
243
644
342
545
344
443
843
641
942
442
442
542
MITSUBISHI .............................................
MUSTEK .................................................
NAD .....................................................
NAKAMICHI .............................................
ONKYO ..................................................
OPTIMUS .......................................... 042
ORITRON ................................................
PANASONIC ....................................... 641
PHILIPS ..................................... 441 442
PIONEER .......................................... 042
PROSCAN ................................................
RADIOSHACK ..................................... 835
RCA .................................... 644 835 941
SAMSUNG ...............................................
SAMPO ..................................................
SEG ......................................................
SHARP ...................................................
SHERWOOD .............................................
SHINCO ..................................................
SONY ....................................................
SONY PS2 ......................................... 086
TEAC ............................................... 042
THETA DIGITAL ................................... 042
TOSHIBA .......................................... 245
WHARFEDALE ...........................................
YAMAHA .......................................... 641
YAMAKAWA .............................................
ZENITH ...................................... 142 241
841
744
944
844
843
545
143
741
943
545
941
945
945
342
343
444
341
144
644
541
841
545
545
411
845
643
445
345
Laser Disc
DENON ..................................................
PIONEER ................................................
PROSCAN ................................................
RCA ......................................................
SANYO ...................................................
SONY ....................................................
ZENITH ..................................................
132
132
432
432
824
933
824
CD
ADC ......................................................
ADCOM ............................................ 073
AIWA .................................. 787 867 885
AKAI ......................................... 173 375
AUDIO TECHNICA .......................................
CALIFORNIA AUDIO LABS ..............................
CAPETRONIC ............................................
CARVER ............................... 184 268 368
CASIO ....................................................
CITIZEN ..................................................
CURTIS MATHES ........................................
DENON ..................................................
EMERSON ................................... 767 868
FISHER .......................... 169 269 368 369
GE .......................................................
GENEXXA ............................. 469 573 868
GOLDSTAR ..............................................
HARMAN KARDON ............................... 669
HITACHI .................................................
INKEL ....................................................
JC PENNEY ........................................ 379
JVC ................................................. 869
KENWOOD ................ 070 170 374 474 484
KRELL ....................................................
KYOCERA ................................................
LUXMAN .............................. 270 370 475
667
767
967
684
168
273
568
468
379
284
379
668
968
473
174
968
673
770
469
769
670
982
969
268
667
574
51
product codes
LXI ................................................. 379 868
MAGNAVOX ................................. 268 681 774
MARANTZ ............................. 268 470 570 874
MCS ................................................ 379 670
MGA ..................................................... 770
MISSION ................................................ 268
MITSUBISHI ....................................... 770 870
NAD ............................................... 773 975
NAKAMICHI ................................. 071 784 970
NEC ...................................................... 670
NIKKO ....................................... 168 269 968
NSM ..................................................... 268
ONKYO ................................ 171 271 782 873
OPTIMUS ........................ 070 076 368 371 376
....................... 468 469 471 571 671 776 868
PANASONIC ................................. 273 675 974
PHILIPS ..................................... 184 268 774
PIONEER ............ 289 385 469 573 676 771 871
PROTON ................................................. 268
QUASAR ................................................. 273
RADIOSHACK ............. 089 272 289 468 571 676
RCA 086 089 181 289 368 676 767 868 971 973
988
REALISTIC 368 371 469 568 570 571 767 868 968
ROTEL .................................................... 268
SAE ...................................................... 268
SAMSUNG ............................................... 775
SANSUI .......................... 072 075 268 868 973
SANYO ........................... 172 175 368 473 875
SCOTT ........................................ 767 868 968
SEARS ................................. 070 379 570 868
SHARP ....................................... 070 569 570
SHERWOOD ..................... 272 471 570 587 769
SHURE ................................................... 670
SONY ............................ 081 372 472 681 880
STS ....................................................... 667
SYLVANIA ................................................ 268
SYMPHONIC ............................................. 572
TEAC ................. 269 287 570 571 572 672 772
TECHNICS ............................. 273 683 887 974
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THETA DIGITAL .........................................
TOSHIBA ................................................
VICTOR ..................................................
YAMAHA ........................ 074 168 286 872
ZENITH .......................... 080 269 577 674
774
773
869
972
686
Audio
AIWA .................................. 585 687 786 885
CARVER .................................................. 184
CITIZEN .................................................. 284
DENON ............................................ 383 981
FISHER ............................................ 083 783
GOLDSTAR .............................................. 278
HARMAN KARDON ............................... 082 483
JVC ........................................... 583 680 982
KENWOOD ...................... 283 482 484 884 969
MAGNAVOX ....................................... 083 281
MARANTZ ......................................... 084 470
NAD ......................................... 575 773 975
ONKYO ...................................... 182 782 882
OPTIMUS .............................. 077 368 376 476
................................... 576 676 776 876 980
PANASONIC ....................................... 183 682
PHILIPS ............................... 083 084 184 983
PIONEER .............................. 288 385 388 489
RADIOSHACK ................... 077 188 189 272 282
............................. 288 388 489 589 980 985
RCA ........................ 181 189 288 373 384 388
....................... 489 589 688 779 788 878 888
REALISTIC ............................................... 883
SANYO ................................................... 172
SCOTT .................................................... 478
SHARP ....................................... 070 582 768
SHERWOOD ........................... 272 282 487 587
SONY 085 180 185 285 381 479 481 581 984 985
TEAC ............................. 187 287 382 387 672
TECHNICS ................. 088 183 682 780 983 987
VENTURER .............................................. 176
YAMAHA 2 86 386 485 486 586 685 781 785 881
ZENITH .. 080 083 178 269 278 576 577 674 686
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Warranty
MEDION warrants to our customers that this product is free from defects in materials
and workmanship as follows: for a period of one (1) year from the date of original
purchase, defective parts or a defective product returned to a MEDION repair facility or
a MEDION Authorized Service Facility (“ASF”) for such product, as applicable, and proven
to be defective upon inspection, will be exchanged for new or comparable rebuilt
parts, or a refurbished product, as determined by the MEDION repair facility or the ASF.
Limited warranty repair or replacement shall not extend the original limited warranty
period of the defective product. This limited warranty does not cover any supplies or
accessories.
EXCLUSIONS: this limited warranty does not apply, and you will have no remedy
hereunder with respect to (a) products that have been modified, opened, repaired or
otherwise altered, except by MEDION or an ASF, (b) products that have been damaged
or destroyed after delivery to the customer, (c) any third party software, interfaces,
parts, supplies, peripherals or other products or any defects resulting from use of the
product in connection with such third party products, (d) defects resulting from
improper or inadequate maintenance, calibration or site preparation, (e) defects
resulting from any misuse, abuse, accident, neglect, negligence or any use other than
in accordance with the handling or operating instructions provided by MEDION, (f)
defects resulting from exposure to unusual physical or electrical stress or from any
operation other than in accordance with the published environmental specifications
for the product.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED UNDER APPLICABLE LAW, THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE
AND NO OTHER WARRANTY OR CONDITION, WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, IS EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED AND MEDION SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NO
IMPLIED WARRANTY APPLIES TO THE PRODUCT AFTER THE APPLICABLE PERIOD OF THE EXPRESS
LIMITED WARRANTY STATED ABOVE. Some countries, states or provinces do not allow
exclusions or limitations on the duration of an implied warranty, so the above
limitation or exclusion might not apply to you. This limited warranty gives you specific
legal rights and you might also have other rights that vary from country to country,
state to state, or province to province.
MEDION´s limited warranty is valid in any country or locality where MEDION has a
support presence for this product and where MEDION has marketed this product. The
level of warranty service you receive may vary according to local standards. MEDION will
not alter form, fit or function of the product to make it operate in a country for which
it was never intended to function.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED UNDER APPLICABLE LAW, THE REMEDIES IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY
STATEMENT ARE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES. EXCEPT AS INDICATED ABOVE, IN NO
EVENT WILL MEDION OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF DATA OR FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING LOST PROFIT OR DATA), OR OTHER DAMAGE, WHETHER
BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR OTHERWISE. IN NO EVENT SHALL RECOVERY OF ANY KIND
AGAINST MEDION BE GREATER IN AMOUNT THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT SOLD
BY MEDION WHICH CAUSED THE ALLEGED DAMAGE. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, YOU
ASSUME ALL RISK AND LIABILITY FOR LOSS, DAMAGE OR INJURY TO YOU AND YOUR PROPERTY
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AND TO OTHERS AND THEIR PROPERTY ARISING OUT OF USE OR MISUSE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE
THE PRODUCT NOT CAUSED DIRECTLY BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF MEDION. Some countries, states
or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
THE WARRANTY TERMS CONTAINED IN THIS STATEMENT, EXCEPT AS LAWFULLY PERMITTED, DO
NOT EXCLUDE, RESTRICT OR MODIFY AND ARE IN ADDITION TO THE MANDATORY STATUTORY
RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THE SALE OF THIS PRODUCT TO YOU.
Please note the following:
Be sure to keep your purchase receipt in a safe place. MEDION, at its option, may
require a copy of the receipt to validate the warranty period effective date (i.e. date of
purchase). Warranty liability only applies to material or factory faults. It does not apply
to damage due to breakage, for example, a crack in the housing. Our service includes
unit exchange or send-in repair:
Unit Exchange
In locations where Unit Exchange is available, MEDION will send you a replacement
product. You must return the defective product to MEDION (using the shipping carton
that the new one came in.)
Send-In Repairs
In locations where Send-In Repair Service is available, repair service can be obtained
by shipping your product to the MEDION Repair Center. The product will be repaired
and returned to you.
Replacement products may be either new or equivalent in performance to new.
MEDION replacement or repaired products may contain remanufactured parts
equivalent to new in performance or may have been subject to incidental use.
Out-of-Warranty Support
In addition to providing free technical support during the warranty period, MEDION is
also available to support your product after the warranty period has ended. This outof-warranty support will be provided on a fee basis.
Medion USA, Inc.
1001 Bayhill Dr., Ste. 155
San Bruno, CA 94066
www.medionusa.com
(866) 633-4660
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