Operation Manual 10,647 KB
MODEL
LC-60LE925X
LCD COLOUR TELEVISION
OPERATION MANUAL
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OPERATION MANUAL
Dear SHARP customer
Thank you for your purchase of the SHARP LCD colour TV product. To ensure safety and many years of
trouble-free operation of your product, please read the Important Safety Precautions carefully before
using this product.
Contents
Introduction
Dear SHARP customer ................................................................................................................. 1
Contents......................................................................................................................................... 1
Precautions For Daily Use ............................................................................................................ 5
Trademarks.................................................................................................................................... 5
Important Safety Precautions ...................................................................................................... 6
Supplied accessories.................................................................................................................... 8
Preparation
Protection against overturning .................................................................................................... 9
Angle adjustment ........................................................................................................................ 10
Part names ................................................................................................................................... 10
TV (Front) ....................................................................................................................... 10
TV (Rear) ........................................................................................................................ 11
Remote control unit ....................................................................................................... 12
Before turning on the power ...................................................................................................... 13
Connecting external devices ..................................................................................................... 14
Connecting a VCR, game console or camcorder .......................................................... 14
Connecting a DVD player .............................................................................................. 14
Connecting a Digital TV STB (Set Top Box) .................................................................. 15
Connecting an AV amplifier ........................................................................................... 15
Connecting a PC............................................................................................................ 15
Using Digital Audio Output ........................................................................................... 15
Inserting the batteries ................................................................................................................ 16
Using the remote control unit .................................................................................................... 16
Cautions regarding the remote control unit ................................................................... 16
Turning the TV on/off .................................................................................................................. 17
Turning on/off the power ............................................................................................... 17
Standby mode ............................................................................................................... 17
Supplying electric power to the antenna .................................................................................. 17
Initial auto installation................................................................................................................. 18
Checking signal strength and channel strength ...................................................................... 18
About Menu operations .............................................................................................................. 19
What is Menu? ............................................................................................................... 19
Basic Menu operations .................................................................................................. 19
About Guide Display ...................................................................................................... 19
Watching TV
Setting channels automatically.................................................................................................. 20
Selecting programmes ............................................................................................................... 21
Adjusting the volume .................................................................................................................. 21
Setting channels to your preference ......................................................................................... 22
Digital settings ............................................................................................................... 22
Manual setting for each channel (Analogue).................................................................. 23
Sorting programmes (Analogue) .................................................................................... 25
Erasing programmes (Analogue).................................................................................... 25
Useful viewing functions ............................................................................................................ 26
Time shift ....................................................................................................................... 26
Auto input selection ....................................................................................................... 27
Freezing the image ........................................................................................................ 28
Returning to the previously selected channel................................................................ 28
Muting the audio temporarily ......................................................................................... 28
Outputting only audio .................................................................................................... 28
Quick start ..................................................................................................................... 28
Menu language settings................................................................................................. 29
Switching subtitle languages ......................................................................................... 29
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Watching TV (Continued)
Digital audio language ................................................................................................... 29
Switching the analogue audio format ............................................................................ 30
Switching the digital audio format ................................................................................. 30
Password setting for the child lock ............................................................................... 31
Parental rate................................................................................................................... 32
Programme title display ................................................................................................. 32
Key lock ......................................................................................................................... 32
Energy conservation settings .................................................................................................... 33
Auto power-off at a designated time ............................................................................. 33
ECO picture control ....................................................................................................... 33
Energy save ................................................................................................................... 33
Auto power-off after the end of broadcast .................................................................... 34
Auto power-off when there are no operations performed ............................................. 34
Picture size settings ................................................................................................................... 34
Selecting the Wide Screen Signalling (WSS) picture size automatically ....................... 34
Selecting the Wide Screen Signalling (WSS) picture size manually .............................. 34
Selecting the picture size manually ............................................................................... 35
Selecting a preset AV MODE ..................................................................................................... 36
Manual picture settings .............................................................................................................. 37
Picture adjustment ......................................................................................................... 37
Advanced picture settings ............................................................................................. 38
Other picture settings ................................................................................................................. 39
Adjusting the image position ......................................................................................... 39
Game play time ............................................................................................................. 39
Indicating time on the screen ........................................................................................ 40
Audio adjustment ........................................................................................................................ 41
Automatic volume adjustment ....................................................................................... 41
Clear voice ..................................................................................................................... 41
Audio description setting ............................................................................................... 42
Digital audio output........................................................................................................ 42
Programme guide .......................................................................................................... 43
Info ................................................................................................................................. 43
ATV (Analogue)/DTV (Digital) buttons ....................................................................................... 44
EPG ............................................................................................................................................... 45
Basic settings ................................................................................................................ 45
EPG display settings...................................................................................................... 45
Selecting a programme using EPG ........................................................................................... 46
Basic operation .............................................................................................................. 46
Selecting a programme ................................................................................................. 46
Timer setting using EPG ............................................................................................................. 48
Cancelling the timer setting ....................................................................................................... 48
Time zone..................................................................................................................................... 48
MHEG-5 (EPG) setting ................................................................................................................ 48
Enjoying 3D image viewing
Preparing for the 3D glasses ..................................................................................................... 49
Supplied accessories for the 3D glasses....................................................................... 49
Part name ...................................................................................................................... 49
Before using the 3D glasses ...................................................................................................... 50
Replacing the button cell battery ................................................................................... 50
Attaching the nose pad.................................................................................................. 51
Attaching the 3D glasses band ...................................................................................... 51
Using the 3D glasses .................................................................................................................. 51
Turn on/off the power .................................................................................................... 51
Switching between 2D and 3D modes .......................................................................... 51
Angle of the 3D glasses ................................................................................................. 51
Display format for 3D and 2D images ....................................................................................... 52
Viewing 3D images ...................................................................................................................... 53
Receiving a 3D image signal that can be detected automatically ................................. 53
Switching 3D to 2D mode .............................................................................................. 53
Receiving a 3D image signal that cannot be detected automatically ............................ 53
Watching 2D images in 3D ............................................................................................ 54
Switching to the previous mode .................................................................................... 54
3D Menu ........................................................................................................................ 54
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Contents
Enjoying 3D image viewing (Continued)
Configuring the TV settings to enhance 3D image viewing .................................................... 55
3D picture adjustments.................................................................................................. 55
3D setup ........................................................................................................................ 55
Specifications – 3D Glasses ....................................................................................................... 56
AQUOS LINK
Controlling HDMI devices using AQUOS LINK ......................................................................... 57
AQUOS LINK connection............................................................................................................ 58
Connecting an AQUOS BD Player via the AQUOS LINK-compatible audio system ...... 58
Connecting an AQUOS BD Player only ......................................................................... 58
AQUOS LINK Setup ..................................................................................................................... 58
AQUOS LINK control ..................................................................................................... 58
AQUOS LINK Auto power on ......................................................................................... 58
Selecting recorder ......................................................................................................... 59
Selecting channel key .................................................................................................... 59
Audio return channel (ARC) ........................................................................................... 59
Operating an AQUOS LINK device ............................................................................................ 60
Recorder power on/off................................................................................................... 60
Playback of titles using AQUOS LINK ........................................................................... 60
Setup menu .................................................................................................................. 60
Selecting media type for CEC-compatible recorder...................................................... 61
Recording via the CEC-compatible recorder’s EPG (only for recorders) ...................... 61
Listening with the AQUOS LINK-compatible audio system .......................................... 61
Listening with the AQUOS TV speaker system ............................................................. 61
Manually changing the AQUOS LINK-compatible audio system’s sound mode .......... 61
HDMI device selection ................................................................................................... 61
Settings when using external devices
Settings when using HDMI output devices............................................................................... 62
Audio select for connecting HDMI ................................................................................. 62
Selecting the input source ........................................................................................................ 63
Labelling input sources .............................................................................................................. 63
Headphone/Audio out select ..................................................................................................... 64
Skipping an input ....................................................................................................................... 64
Colour system settings ............................................................................................................... 64
Channel selecting effect ............................................................................................................. 65
LED Illumination .......................................................................................................................... 65
Connecting a PC
Analogue Connection ................................................................................................................. 66
HDMI Connection ........................................................................................................................ 66
Audio select for connecting a PC .............................................................................................. 66
Displaying a PC image on the screen ....................................................................................... 67
Selecting the picture size............................................................................................... 67
Adjusting the PC image automatically ........................................................................... 68
Adjusting the PC image manually .................................................................................. 68
PC Control of the TV ................................................................................................................... 69
PC compatibility chart ................................................................................................................ 70
RS-232C commands list ............................................................................................................. 70
Teletext function
About Teletext ............................................................................................................................. 71
Teletext language setting ........................................................................................................... 72
Initial teletext page setting ......................................................................................................... 72
Displaying Subpages .................................................................................................................. 73
Displaying Subtitles .................................................................................................................... 73
Switching subtitle languages ..................................................................................................... 73
Using the MHEG-5 application................................................................................................... 73
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Contents
Other useful features
Connecting a USB device ........................................................................................................... 74
Connecting a Home network server ......................................................................................... 74
Ethernet setup ............................................................................................................................. 74
USB media/Home network......................................................................................................... 75
Video mode.................................................................................................................... 75
Music mode ................................................................................................................... 76
Photo mode ................................................................................................................... 77
3D mode ........................................................................................................................ 77
DivX® setup ................................................................................................................................. 77
List of files compatible with USB mode .................................................................................... 78
List of files compatible with Home network mode .................................................................. 78
Tool menu items .......................................................................................................................... 79
Appendix
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................... 80
Troubleshooting-Digital broadcasting ...................................................................................... 80
Troubleshooting – 3D Images .................................................................................................... 81
Reset ............................................................................................................................................ 82
Download setup .......................................................................................................................... 82
Downloading the software ............................................................................................. 82
Information .................................................................................................................................. 82
Message list ................................................................................................................... 82
Receiver report .............................................................................................................. 82
Identification .................................................................................................................. 82
Updating your TV via USB .......................................................................................................... 83
Information on the software license for this product .............................................................. 83
Specifications .............................................................................................................................. 85
Optional accessory ..................................................................................................................... 85
Dimensional drawings ................................................................................................................ 86
Removing the stand .................................................................................................................... 87
Mounting the TV on the wall ...................................................................................................... 87
Handling and precautions with the wall-mounted TV ................................................... 88
Wall mount audio setup ................................................................................................. 88
Clearing the password................................................................................................................ 89
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Precautions For Daily Use
Observe the following items
Maintenance of the cabinet
• When cleaning the cabinet, use a soft cloth (made of cotton, floss, etc.) to clean gently.
Do not use a dry or damp rag mixed with chemicals, as this could cause the ingredients of the cabinet body to deteriorate or crack.
• Be careful not to use an abrasive cloth for cleaning or clean with excessive force, as this could scratch the surface of the cabinet.
• If the cabinet is greatly soiled, clean with a soft cloth (made of cotton, floss, etc.) soaked with a small amount of diluted neutral
detergent and wrung out, and then clean with a soft dry cloth.
• Because the cabinet is made of plastic, solvents such as benzene or thinner could cause it to deteriorate, or make its coating come
off. Therefore do not use such solvents to clean the cabinet.
• Because plasticizer is included in the plastics, deterioration or the coating peeling off could occur when the cabinet comes into
contact with some substances. Therefore keep it away from volatile substances such as insecticide. In addition, do not let it come
into contact with objects made of rubber, resin, etc. for a long time.
Maintenance of the LCD panel
• Before cleaning the LCD panel, be sure to turn off the TV set and unplug the power cord from the outlet.
• When cleaning the LCD panel, use a dry and soft cloth (made of cotton, floss, etc.) to clean the surface of the LCD panel gently. For
protecting the LCD panel, do not clean with a dirty cloth, detergent, or a dry or damp rag mixed with chemicals, as this could cause
peeling of the panel surface.
• Be careful not to clean with an abrasive cloth or with excessive force, as this could cause the panel surface to be scratched.
• If the LCD panel is greatly soiled, clean it gently with a soft cloth (made of cotton, floss, etc.) soaked with a small amount of water (Do
not clean with excessive force, so as to avoid the scratch of the panel surface).
• If dust sticks on the surface of the LCD panel, clean the panel with a commercially available cleaning brush (anti-static brush).
Trademarks
• TruSurround HD, SRS and @ symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.
TruSurround HD technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
• Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
• “HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.”
• Products that have earned the ENERGY STAR® are designed to protect the environment through energy efficiency.
• DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are registered trademarks of DivX, INC. and are used under license.
• ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format created by DivX, Inc. This is an official DivX Certified device that
plays DivX video. Visit www.divx.com for more information and software tools to convert your files into DivX video.
• ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified® device must be registered in order to play DivX Video-onDemand (VOD) content. To generate the registration code, locate the DivX VOD section in the device setup menu. Go
to vod.divx.com with this code to complete the registration process and learn more about DivX VOD.
• LCフォント、LCFONT、エルシーフォントand LC logo mark are registered trademarks of SHARP Corporation.
This product is embedded with LC Font technology, which was developed by SHARP Corporation for clearly displaying
easy-to-read characters on an LCD screen. However, other non-LCD fonts are used for displaying some screen pages.
• “x.v.Colour” and
are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
• DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED™ are trademarks, service marks, or certification marks of the Digital
Living Network Alliance.
• Audio Engine is a trademark of Yamaha Corporation.
This product qualifies for ENERGY STAR when “Home” is selected for “TV Location”.
Setting “TV Location” to “Home” allows the TV to achieve an energy-saving status for household use.
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Important Safety Precautions
Caring for the cabinet
• Use a soft cloth (cotton, flannel, etc.) and gently wipe the surface of the cabinet.
• Using a chemical cloth (wet/dry sheet type cloth, etc.) may deform the
components of the main unit cabinet or cause cracking.
• Wiping with a hard cloth or using strong force may scratch the surface of
the cabinet.
• If the cabinet is very dirty, wipe with a soft cloth (cotton, flannel, etc.)
soaked in neutral detergent diluted with water and thoroughly wrung out,
and then wipe with a soft dry cloth.
• The cabinet is primarily made of plastic. Avoid using benzene, thinner, and other
solvents, as these may deform the cabinet and cause the paint to peel off.
• Do not apply insecticides or other volatile liquids.
Also, do not allow the cabinet to remain in contact with rubber or vinyl
products for a long period of time. Plasticizers inside the plastic may cause
the cabinet to deform and cause the paint to peel off.
• The LCD panel used in this product is made of
glass. Therefore, it can break when the product is
struck forcefully or with a sharp object. If the LCD
panel is broken, be careful not to be injured by
broken glass.
• Heat sources — Keep the product away from heat
sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves and
other heat-generating products (including amplifiers)
• To prevent fire, never place any type of candle or
naked flames on the top or near the TV set.
Caring for the front panel
• Turn off the main power and unplug the AC
cord from the wall outlet before handling.
• Gently wipe the surface of the front panel with a
soft cloth (cotton, flannel, etc.).
To protect the front panel, do not use a dirty
cloth, liquid cleaners, or a chemical cloth (wet/
dry sheet type cloth, etc.). This may damage the
surface of the front panel.
• Wiping with a hard cloth or using strong force
may scratch the surface of the front panel.
• Use a soft damp cloth to gently wipe the front
panel when it is really dirty.
(It may scratch the surface of the front panel
when wiped strongly.)
• If the front panel is dusty, use an anti-static brush,
which is commercially available, to clean it.
• Water and moisture — Do not use the product
near water, such as bathtub, washbasin, kitchen
sink, laundry tub, swimming pool and in a wet
basement.
• Do not place vases or any other water-filled
containers on this product.
The water may spill onto the product causing
fire or electric shock.
• Stand — Do not place the product on an unstable
cart, stand, tripod or table. Doing so can cause the
product to fall, resulting in serious personal injuries
as well as damage to the product. Use only a
cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table recommended
by the manufacturer or sold with the product.
When mounting the product on a wall, be sure to
follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Use only
the mounting hardware recommended by the
manufacturer.
• When relocating the product placed on a cart, it
must be moved with utmost care. Sudden stops,
excessive force and uneven floor surface can cause
the product to fall from the cart.
• Ventilation — The vents and other openings in the
cabinet are designed for ventilation. Do not cover
or block these vents and openings since insufficient
ventilation can cause overheating and/or shorten
the life of the product. Do not place the product on
a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface, since they
can block ventilation openings. This product is not
designed for built-in installation; do not place the
product in an enclosed place such as a bookcase
or rack, unless proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer’s instructions are followed.
• In case the product is dropped and the cabinet
is damaged, be sure to turn off the power of
the product, and unplug the power cord. If you
continue to use the product, it may cause fire or
electric shock. Contact your dealer.
• Do not open the rear cover of the cabinet to
reconstruct the circuits. There exists high voltage
within the cabinet and it may cause electric shock and
injury. If maintenance is required, contact your dealer.
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• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place the
AC power cord under the TV set or other heavy
items.
• Do not place heavy objects on this product
or stand on it. Doing so could cause injury
if the product overturns. Take special care
near children and pets.
• Unplug the power cord before you move the
TV set. If not unplugged beforehand, the power
cord may become damaged and cause electric
shock.
The LCD panel is a very high technology product with 2,073,600 pixels,
giving you fine picture details.
Due to the very large number of pixels, occasionally a few non-active
pixels may appear on the screen as a fixed point of blue, green or red.
This is within product specifications and does not constitute a fault.
Precautions when transporting the TV
• When transporting the TV, never carry it by holding
or otherwise putting pressure onto the display.
Be sure to always carry the TV by two
people holding it with two hands — one
hand on each side of the TV.
• Do not display a still picture for a long time, as this could cause an
afterimage to remain.
• Install the product on the place where the AC cord can be unplugged
easily from the AC outlet, or from the AC INPUT terminal on the rear of the
product.
If a television is not positioned in a sufficiently stable location, it can be
potentially hazardous due to falling.
Many injuries, particularly to children, can be avoided by taking simple
precautions such as:
• Using cabinets or stands recommended by the manufacturer of the
television.
• Only using furniture that can safely support the television.
• Ensuring the television is not overhanging the edge of the supporting
furniture.
• Not placing the television on tall furniture (for example, cupboards or
bookcases) without anchoring both the furniture and the television to
a suitable support.
• Not standing the televisions on cloth or other materials placed
between the television and supporting furniture.
• Educating children about the dangers of climbing on furniture to
reach the television or its controls.
The stand is made of tempered glass. Read the following precautionary
instructions carefully and use it properly.
• Do not drop or place unnecessary stress on it when assembling and
attaching the stand.
• Be sure to not accidentally hit the glass part of the stand with a sharp or hard
object, as it may cause the glass to break.
• Using tempered glass with scratches for extended periods may lead to
damage occurring. If there are scratches on the tempered glass, do not
attempt to use the stand.
NOTE
• The above are pictures for reference only; the actual item might be
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Important Safety Precautions
3D glasses
Prevention of accidental ingestion
• Keep the batteries and band accessory out of the reach of small children. Small children can accidentally swallow these
parts.
—If a child accidentally swallows any of these parts, seek immediate medical attention.
Do not disassemble
• Do not disassemble or modify the 3D glasses.
Caution for lithium battery
• Batteries must not be exposed to excessive heat such as direct sunlight or fire.
• Replace only with the same or equivalent type of battery. The battery may explode if improperly replaced.
• Take care not to reverse the battery poles (+ and –) when loading the battery. Follow the correct procedure when loading
the battery. (See page 50.) Loading the battery incorrectly may damage the battery or cause it to leak battery fluid, which
could result in a fire, injury or damage.
Handling the 3D glasses
• Do not drop, exert pressure on, or step on the 3D glasses. Doing so may damage the glass section, which may result in
injury.
• Be careful not to trap your finger in the hinge section of the 3D glasses. Doing so may result in injury.
—Pay special attention when children are using this product.
Using the 3D glasses
• Parents/guardians should monitor children’s viewing habits to avoid their prolonged use without rest periods.
• Use only the 3D glasses recommended for this TV.
• Use the 3D glasses only for the specified purpose.
• Do not move around while wearing the 3D glasses. The surrounding area appears dark, which may result in falling or other
accidents that may cause injury.
Caring for the 3D glasses
• Use only the cloth provided with the 3D glasses to clean the lenses. Remove dust and soil from the cloth. Any dust or
other soiling on the cloth may result in scratches on the product. Do not use solvents such as benzene or thinners as
doing so may cause the coating to peel off.
• When cleaning the 3D glasses, take care not to allow water or other fluids to come into contact with the glasses.
• Always store the 3D glasses in the case provided when not in use.
• When storing the 3D glasses, avoid very humid or hot locations.
Viewing 3D images
• If you experience dizziness, nausea, or other discomfort while viewing 3D images, discontinue use and rest your eyes.
• Do not use the 3D glasses if they are cracked or broken.
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Supplied accessories
Make sure the following accessories are provided with the product.
Remote control unit
“AAA” size alkaline battery (g2)
AV cable
Page 16
Page 14
Used with batteries inserted.
Page 12
Cable clamp
3D glasses accessories
For bundling cables.
Page 13
Page 49
Operation manual
Safety restraint
Restraining brackets
Screws for
brackets
Page 9
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Preparation
Protection against overturning
There is a danger of the product overturning in the case of a disaster or sudden collision. Carry out the following
tip-resistant measurement for your safety.
Anchoring the TV to the wall or a pillar
1
Affix the 2 clamps (supplied)
to the product.
2
Affix the TV to the wall or a
pillar using extra strong ties
and cup hooks.
View from the top
Clamps (supplied)
Wall
Tie (commercially available)
Cup hook
(commercially available)
Soft cushion
Restraining brackets (supplied)
Fixing the TV to the table
1
Place the TV on the soft cushion.
2
Attach the supplied restraining brackets to the
stand with two supplied screws.
3
Insert commercially available screws in the
holes of the restraining brackets from the top
and tighten the screws to secure the TV to the
table.
Stand
Screws
(Supplied)
• Use commercially available screws of the proper
size to firmly secure the TV.
CAUTION
• As this product is heavy, use a table that is wide
enough to support the product and capable of
withstanding the product’s weight. The table should
be set where it will not be overturned.
• Be sure to use at least two people when moving the TV.
Screws
(Commercially
available)
Restraining brackets (supplied)
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Preparation
Angle adjustment
You can rotate up to 20 degrees to the right or left.
20°
20°
Front
CAUTION
• Adjust the screen with both hands. Place one hand on the TV and rotate the screen while holding the bottom of the stand (the
black part in the above illustration) with your other hand.
Part names
TV (Front)
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2
3
4
5
2
VOL k/l (Volume up/down) buttons
CH r/s (Channel up/down) buttons
INPUT b button
MENU Z button
POWER a (On/Off) button
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4
6
7
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9
9
5
6
7
OPC sensor*
Remote control sensor
Infrared emitter**
Centre Icon illumination***
*OPC: Optical Picture Control (See page 37.)
** Refer to page 51 for details.
*** 3D mode: Blue illumination
2D mode: White illumination
• The illustrations and on-screen displays in this operation manual are for explanation purposes and may vary slightly from the
actual operations.
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Preparation
TV (Rear)
USB terminal
ETHERNET (10/100)
terminal
OUTPUT
(Headphones/AUDIO
(L/R)) terminal
INPUT2 terminal
INPUT3 (PC input)
terminal
AUDIO IN terminal*
* The AUDIO IN terminal can use the
same audio input terminal (INPUT3/5
(HDMI)). However, the proper item must
be selected in the “Audio select” menu.
(See pages 62 and 66 for details.)
INPUT4 (HDMI/ARC)
terminal
INPUT5 (HDMI)
terminal
INPUT6 (HDMI)
terminal
INPUT7 (HDMI)
terminal
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUTPUT terminal
ANT (Antena input) terminal
INPUT1 terminals
RS-232C terminal
Regarding the headphone jack
• Use headphones with a stereo mini plug (Ø 3.5 mm).
Volume display when headphones are plugged in
• Be sure to unplug headphones from the jack when they are not
in use.
• The speakers do not output volume when headphones are
plugged in.
• The “Audio” menu cannot be operated when headphones are
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plugged in.
• You can set the volume to different levels for each input source.
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Preparation
Remote control unit
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5
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POWER (Standby/On)
To switch the power on and off. (See page 17.)
ATV (Analogue TV)
Press to access analogue TV mode. (See page 44.)
DTV (Digital TV)
Press to access digital TV mode. (See page 44.)
AQUOS LINK buttons
If external equipment such as a AQUOS BD Player is
connected via HDMI cables and is AQUOS LINK compatible,
you can use these AQUOS LINK buttons. See pages 57 to
61 for details.
CONTROL
Press to display the panel to operate some functions on the
screen.
TIME SHIFT (READY/!/F/$)
Press to temporarily record a programme you are watching if
you want to interrupt a programme to answer a phone call, for
example. (See pages 26 to 27.)
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0–9
Set the channel. (See page 21.)
A (Flashback)
Press to return to the previous selected channel or external
input mode. (See page 28.)
MPX
Select the sound multiplex mode. (See page 30.)
WIDE
Change the wide image mode. (See pages 35, 67 and 75.)
e (Mute)
Mute the sound. (See page 28.)
VOLk/l
Set the volume. (See page 21.)
MENU
Displays the menu screen. (See page 19.)
3D
Select between 3D and 2D image viewing. (See pages 49 to
56 for details.)
a/b/c/d (Cursor)
Select a desired item on the setting screen.
ENTER
Execute a command.
EXIT
Turn off the On-Screen Display.
FREEZE
Freeze a motion picture on the screen. (See page 28.)
INFO
DTV only: Display the programme information. (See page 43.)
RADIO
DTV only: Switch between radio and data mode.
When only data broadcasting (no radio broadcasting) is
transmitted by DVB, the radio broadcasting will be skipped.
DISPLAY
Displays the channel or input information.
INPUT (INPUT SOURCE)
Select an input source. (ATV, DTV, INPUT1, INPUT2, INPUT3
(PC), INPUT4, INPUT5, INPUT6, INPUT7, USB and Home
network) (See pages 14, 15, 62 to 64 and 66.)
ECO
Select “Energy save” setting. (See page 33.)
AV MODE
Select a video setting. (See page 36.)
m (Teletext)
Select the teletext mode. (All TV image, all text image and
TV/text image.) (See pages 71 to 73.)
CHr/s
TV input mode: Select the channel. (See page 21.)
EPG
DTV only: To display EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)
screen. (See pages 45 to 48.)
RETURN
MENU mode: Return to the previous menu screen. (See page
19.)
25 Buttons for useful operations
[ (Subtitle for teletext)
To turn the subtitles on/off. (See pages 29, 71 and 73.)
k (Reveal hidden for teletext)
Teletext mode: Display hidden characters. (See page 71.)
1 (Subpage)
Display the teletext subpage directly. (See page 73.)
3 (Hold)
Teletext mode: Stop updating teletext pages automatically.
Press 3 again to release the hold mode. (See page 71.)
26 Colour (R/G/Y/B)
The coloured buttons are used to select correspondingly to
the coloured items on the screen. (e.g., AQUOS LINK, DTV,
USB, Home network, teletext, EPG)
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Preparation
Before turning on the power
Notes on installing the TV
• Avoid direct sunlight and place the TV in a well-ventilated location.
• Place the TV in a level location.
• Do not turn on the power of the TV before connecting the AC cord.
Connecting the antenna cable
1 To enjoy a clearer picture, use an outdoor antenna. The following is a brief explanation of the types of
connections that are used for coaxial cable.
Standard DIN45325 plug (IEC169-2)
75-ohm coaxial cable (round cable)
Antenna cable
(commercially available)
To antenna
terminal
Room antenna terminal
(75-ohm type)
2
Connecting external devices
See pages 14 to 15 for connecting external equipment, such as a VCR and DVD player.
3
Plug the AC cord in to the AC outlet.
TV (rear view)
• Place the TV close to the AC outlet, and keep the power plug within reach.
• Disconnect the AC cord from the AC outlet if the TV will not be used for a long period of time.
4
Bundling the cables
As the picture illustrated, insert the cable clip into the hole on the TV, and put the cable into the cable clip
for banding.
Cable clamp
CAUTION
• TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT TOUCH UN-INSULATED PARTS OF ANY CABLES WITH THE
AC CORD CONNECTED.
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Preparation
Connecting external devices
You can connect many types of external equipment to your TV, like a VCR, game console, camcorder, DVD
player, Digital TV STB (Set Top Box) and PC. To view external source images, select the input source from INPUT
on the remote control unit or INPUT on the TV.
CAUTION
• To protect all equipment, always turn off the TV before connecting to a VCR, game console, camcorder, DVD player, a Digital
TV STB (Set Top Box), PC or other external equipment.
• Refer to the relevant operation manual (VCR, DVD player, etc.) carefully before making connections.
Connecting a VCR, game console or camcorder
A VCR, game console, camcorder and some other audiovisual equipment can be conveniently connected using
the INPUT1 (component)/INPUT2 (composite) terminals.
When using component cable
(commercially available)
When using composite cable
L
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
AV cable
(supplied)
Y
PB PR
(CB) (CR)
VCR/Game
console/
Camcorder
R – AUDIO – L
VCR/Game console/Camcorder
Connecting a DVD player
You can use the INPUT4 (ARC)/INPUT5/INPUT6/INPUT7 (HDMI) or the INPUT1 (component)/INPUT2 (composite)
terminals when connecting to a DVD player and other audiovisual equipment.
NOTE
• When using a DVI-HDMI conversion adaptor, input the Audio Signal from the AUDIO terminal of AUDIO IN. (See page 62.)
When using HDMI cable
(commercially available)
When using component cable
(commercially available)
DVD player
Y
P B PR
(CB) (CR)
R – AUDIO – L
DVD player
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Preparation
Connecting a Digital TV STB (Set Top Box)
You can use the INPUT4 (ARC)/INPUT5/INPUT6/INPUT7 (HDMI) or the INPUT1 (component)/INPUT2 (composite)
terminals when connecting to a Digital TV STB (Set Top Box), and other audiovisual equipment.
NOTE
• When using a DVI-HDMI adaptor or conversion cable, input the Audio Signal from the AUDIO terminal of AUDIO IN. (See page
62.)
When using HDMI cable
(commercially available)
When using component cable
(commercially available)
STB
(Set Top
Box)
Y
P B PR
(CB) (CR)
R – AUDIO – L
STB (Set Top Box)
Connecting an AV amplifier
STB (Set Top Box)
Using Digital Audio Output
It is possible to output audio through the DIGITAL
AUDIO OUTPUT terminal. PCM or Dolby Digital audio
outputs from the terminal.
HDMI-certified cable
HDMI OUT
HDMI
IN
HDMI
OUT
NOTE
• If the image is not in sync with the audio, check the settings
of the connected surround system.
• Letting the TV output the audio to an AV amplifier:
- When you connect ARC-compatible equipment, use the
INPUT4 terminal.
- If the equipment to be connected is not compatible with the
ARC, connect an optical fibre cable.
Connecting a PC
You can use the INPUT3 (PC) terminal when connecting to a
PC. (See page 66.)
Optical
fibre cable
(commercially
available)
To optical digital input of external audio devices
NOTE
• The DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT terminal usually outputs the
same audio from the speakers. (The audio of the content
you are viewing is output from the terminal.)
• The DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT terminal does not output
some signals, depending on devices and software.
• Optical digital audio will be output in 2-ch stereo when it is
from the external equipment connected to the TV using an
HDMI cable.
ANALOGUE
RGB
AUDIO
(L/R)
PC
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Preparation
Inserting the batteries
Before using the TV for the first time, insert two “AAA” size alkaline batteries (supplied). When the batteries
become depleted and the remote control fails to operate, replace the batteries with new “AAA” size alkaline
batteries.
1 Open the battery cover.
2 Insert the two supplied “AAA” size
alkaline batteries.
3 Close the battery cover.
• Place batteries with their terminals
corresponding to the (e) and (f)
indications in the battery compartment.
CAUTION
Improper use of batteries can result in chemical leakage or explosion. Be sure to follow the instructions below.
• Do not mix batteries of different types. Different types of batteries have different characteristics.
• Do not mix old and new batteries. Mixing old and new batteries can shorten the life of new batteries or cause chemical
leakage in old batteries.
• Remove batteries as soon as they have worn out. Chemicals that leak from batteries can cause a rash. If you find any
chemical leakage, wipe thoroughly with a cloth.
• The batteries supplied with this product may have a shorter life expectancy due to storage conditions.
• If you will not be using the remote control unit for an extended period of time, remove the batteries from it.
• Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
Using the remote control unit
Use the remote control unit by pointing it towards the
remote sensor window.
Objects between the remote control unit and sensor
window may prevent proper operation.
5m
Remote control sensor
Cautions regarding the remote control unit
• Do not subject the remote control unit to shock.
In addition, do not soak the remote control unit with liquids or place it in
an area with high humidity.
• Do not install or place the remote control unit under direct sunlight.
The heat may cause deformation of the unit.
• The remote control unit may not work properly if the remote sensor
window of the TV is under direct sunlight or strong lighting. In such
cases, change the angle of the lighting or TV, or operate the remote
control unit closer to the remote sensor window.
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Preparation
Turning the TV on/off
POWER button
Supplying electric power to the
antenna
When you set-up the DTV antenna for the first time,
or connect the antenna to a community antenna, you
need to proceed to set the antenna by following this
manual.
1
Press DTV to access DTV mode.
2
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
3
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
4
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
5
Press a/b to select “Channel settings” and
then press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select “Antenna setup-DIGITAL”
and then press ENTER.
7
Press a/b to select “Supply voltage” and
then press ENTER.
8
Press c/d to select “On” and then press
ENTER.
POWER a button
Turning on/off the power
• To turn on the power
Press POWER a on the TV. (After a few seconds, an
image appears with sound.)
NOTE
• Wait more than five seconds until you press POWER a on
the TV after inserting the power plug.
• To turn off the power
Switch it off by pressing POWER a on the TV.
Standby mode
• To standby mode
If the TV is switched on, you can switch it to standby
by pressing POWER on the remote control.
• Switching on from standby
From standby, press POWER on the remote control.
NOTE
• If you are not going to use this TV for a long period of time,
be sure to remove the AC cord from the AC outlet.
• Minor power is consumed when the unit is in standby
mode.
Selected item
Description
On
Select “On” when your antenna is set-up
and connected independently.
Typical supply voltage: 5V
Typical supply current: 50mA
Off
Select “Off” when you do not need to
supply voltage to your antenna, i.e.
when your antenna is connected to a
community antenna. (The factory default
setting of this function is “Off”.)
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Preparation
Initial auto installation
When the TV powers on for the first time after
purchase, the initial auto installation wizard appears.
Follow the menus and make the necessary settings
one after another.
Confirm the following before turning on the
power
• Is the antenna cable connected?
• Is the AC cord plugged in?
Press POWER a on the TV.
1
2
Checking signal strength and
channel strength
If you install a DTV antenna for the first time or relocate
it, you should adjust the alignment of the antenna to
receive a good reception while checking the antenna
setup screen.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
• The initial auto installation wizard appears.
Press a/b to select the desired language,
and then press ENTER.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Channel settings” and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Antenna setupDIGITAL”, and then press ENTER.
H Power supply setting to antenna terminal
Press c/d to select “On” or “Off”.
3
Press c/d to select “HOME” or “STORE”,
and then press ENTER.
Supply voltage
Signal strength
Channel strength
HOME
STORE
• HOME: “STANDARD” will be the default value for the “AV
mode” setting.
• STORE: “DYNAMIC (Fixed)” will be the default value for
the “AV mode” setting. If the “AV mode” is changed, the
TV will automatically switch back to “DYNAMIC (Fixed)”
when there is no further change to TV setting for 30
minutes. When selecting “STORE”, press c/d to select
“Yes”or “No” to confirm.
4
On
H Checking signal strength
Press a/b to select “Signal strength”.
Supply voltage
Signal strength
Setting the country.
Press a/b to select your country or area, and
then press ENTER.
Channel strength
Press c/d to select “Digital Search” or
“Analogue Search” and then press ENTER.
• When the country setting is set to “Australia”, only “Digital
Search” is available.
6
14
Current
Quality
0
Max.
0
Current
0
Max.
0
H Checking channel strength
Press a/b to select “Channel strength”, and
then press ENTER.
The TV searches for, sorts and stores all
the receivable TV stations according to their
settings and the connected antenna.
Supply voltage
Signal strength
• To abort the initial auto installation in progress,
press RETURN.
Channel strength
4 8 2 . 0
Frequency
CH No.
MHz
22
Signal strength
NOTE
• HOME mode: Settings are optimised for normal home viewing and
energy efficiency.
• STORE mode: Settings are designed for maximum impact in retail
store displays.
• To change the “STORE” mode to “HOME” mode, please refer to
page 82 to reset the unit.
• If you turn off the power on the TV after performing step 4, the
initial auto installation wizard does not appear. The auto installation
function allows you to execute the auto installation again from the
“Setup” menu. (See page 20.)
• The initial auto installation wizard will go off if you leave the TV
unattended for 30 minutes before searching for channels in step 5.
CH No.
Signal strength
• This setting screen only appears during the initial auto
installation.
5
Off
6
Current
Quality
0
Max.
0
Current
0
Max.
0
Position and align the antenna so that the
maximum possible values for “Signal strength”
and “Quality” are obtained.
NOTE
• The values of “Signal strength” and “Quality” indicate when
to check the appropriate alignment of the antenna.
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Preparation
About Menu operations
w Using the control panel of the TV
What is Menu?
• You need to bring up the On-Screen Display to perform
settings for the TV. The On-Screen Display for the settings
is called “Menu”.
• The Menu can be operated with the remote control unit.
You can also operate the Menu using the control panel
of the TV.
Button operations on the control panel correspond to
the ones on the remote control as shown below.
Basic Menu operations
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
Menu
Link
operation
:Select menu
EPG
:Select
CH list
:Enter
:Exit
DTV
001
002
003
2
TV1
SD Moving
TV2
HD ColorBar
TV3
H264 SD-Color Pat…
Press c/d to select the desired menu.
Menu
EPG
:Select Menu
CH list
:Select
:Enter
Setup
:Exit
Picture
STANDARD
AV mode
TV control panel buttons
Remote control buttons
INPUT b
ENTER
CH r
a
CH s
b
VOL k
d
VOL l
c
[STANDARD]
OPC
[Off]
Backlight
+3
3
-16
+16
Press a/b/c/d to select the desired menu
item.
Press ENTER to proceed if necessary.
Menu
CH list
:Enter
Setup
:Back
Picture
NOTE
• Menu options differ in the selected input modes, but the
operating procedures are the same.
• The screens in the operation manual are for explanation
purposes (some are enlarged, others cropped) and may
vary slightly from the actual screens.
STANDARD
AV mode
[STANDARD]
Select picture and audio quality
Backlight
+3
-16
+16
3D brightness boost
About Guide Display
The operations differ depending on the functions and
menu items. Refer to the guide display for the key
buttons.
[Middle]
Contrast
+30
0
+40
4
Press a/b or c/d to select the desired item
or adjust the item to the desired level. Press
ENTER if necessary.
5
Press EXIT or MENU to exit the MENU.
Press RETURN as necessary to return to the
previous MENUs.
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Watching TV
Setting channels automatically
You can run auto installation again, even after setting
up the preset channels.
4
Press a/b to select “Auto installation”, and
then press ENTER.
Menu
CH list
:Enter
Setup
:Back
View setting
Auto installation
Channel
Execute autosettings
installation
[Off]
Ethernet setup
5
If you have already set the passwod, enter it
here.
• See page 31 for setting a password.
6
7
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
Press a/b to select the desired language
listed on the screen, and then press ENTER.
Press c/d to select “Digital Search” or
“Analogue Search”, and then press ENTER.
You do not need to do anything during the
auto search.
Menu
CH list
:Select
:Enter
Setup
:Exit
View setting
Auto installation
Channel settings
Ethernet setup
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Watching TV
Selecting programmes
Adjusting the volume
You can change channels in several ways.
Using CH r/s on the remote control unit
• Press CH r to increase the channel number.
• Press CH s to decrease the channel number.
NOTE
• CH r/s on the TV operates the same as CH r/s on
the remote control unit.
Changing the volume
You can change the volume on the TV or on the
remote control unit.
• To increase the volume, press VOL e.
• To decrease the volume, press VOL f.
Using 0 - 9 on the remote control unit
Select the channels directly by pressing buttons 0 to 9.
20
NOTE
• “TV”, “INPUT1”, “INPUT2”, “INPUT3” (PC), “INPUT4” (ARC),
“INPUT5”, “INPUT6”, “INPUT7” and USB modes can store
volume adjustment values separately.
a
To select a 1-digit channel (e.g. channel 2):
• Press 0, followed by 2.
To select a 2-digit channel (e.g. channel 12):
• Press 1, followed by 2.
To select a 3-digit channel (e.g. channel 123):
• Press 1, followed by 2 and 3.
When viewing Teletext information
View a page directly which is 3-digit page number from
100 to 899 by pressing buttons 0 to 9.
Channel display
(Example)
DTV
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Watching TV
Setting channels to your preference
You can run the auto search procedure again at any
time by accessing the “Setup” menu and “Programme
setup”. Channels can be tuned automatically or
manually.
1
2
Press a/b to select the desired service.
Press the colour button on the remote control
corresponding with the item you want to
reconfigure.
• The ✔ mark indicates the operation is set to on.
Each time the colour button is pressed, you can
switch the corresponding operation on/off.
Buttons for Manual Adjust operation
Remote
control
buttons
Menu items
Digital settings
Description
Lock
R
When the service is
locked, you must enter
your password whenever
you tune to the service.
CH skip
G
Services with a ✓ mark
are passed over when
pressing r/s in the
TV/remote control unit.
Delete
Y
The service is deleted
from the list. Execute
one of “Auto installation”,
“Additional search” or
“Manual search” to watch
the deleted service again.
Sort
B
The item position of
services can be sorted.
You can reconfigure DTV services settings
automatically or manually.
1
2
3
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Channel settings” and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Programme setup”, and
then press ENTER. If you have already set the
password, enter it here.
• See page 31 for setting a password.
The item position of services can be sorted
The “Digital setting” screen displays and then
press ENTER.
1 Press a/b to select the service whose item
position you want to move, and then press B.
6
Press a/b to select the desired menu item,
and then press ENTER.
7
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
NOTE
• “Digital setting” is available only in the DTV mode.
H Additional search
DTV
994
SIT 2
DTV
995
SIT 1
2 Press a/b to move it to the desired position, and
then press ENTER.
DTV
994
SIT 1
DTV
995
SIT 2
3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 until all desired service
items are sorted.
Use this menu to add new services automatically after
auto installation has been completed.
H Manual search
Add new services within a specified frequency band.
• Enter the frequency using 0 - 9 numeric buttons.
H Manual adjust
Configure various settings for each service using the
Colour (R, G, Y, B) buttons.
Additional search
Manual search
Manual adjust
Yes
No
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Watching TV
Manual setting for each channel (Analogue)
2
You can set some channel items manually. They are
Search, Fine (TV frequency), Colour sys., Sound sys.,
Label, Skip and Lock.
1
2
3
4
5
Press a/b to select “Search”, and then press
ENTER.
Search
Fine
48.25
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
[PAL]
Sound sys.
[I]
Next
[]
Store
Label
Skip
[Off]
Lock
[Off]
MHz
Cancel
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
Press a/b to select “Channel settings” and
then press ENTER.
Press a/b to select item and press ENTER.
• Next: Search the next channel.
• Store: Memorise the current display channel.
• Cancel: Return to the previous screen. (The search result
will not be stored.)
Fine tuning
Press a/b/c/d to select the channel you
want to edit, and then press ENTER.
The “Programme setup” screen displays, and
then press ENTER. If you have already set the
password, enter it here.
1
• See page 31 for setting a password.
2
Press a/b to select “Fine”, and then press
ENTER.
3
Press c/d to adjust the frequency, and then
press RETURN or MENU.
The “Analogue setting” screen displays, and
then press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select “Manual Adjust”, and
then press ENTER.
7
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
• The selected channel information displays.
• Adjust while checking the background picture as a
reference.
Search
Fine
NOTE
• “Analogue setting” is available only in the ATV mode.
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Next
You can select one of the following settings.
1 Search (See this page.)
2 Fine (See this page.)
3 Colour sys. (See this page.)
4 Sound sys. (See page 24.)
5 Label (See page 24.)
6 Skip (See page 24.)
7 Lock (See page 24.)
[48.25]
Colour sys.
[PAL]
Sound sys.
[I]
Label
Programme Setup “Manual Adjust” menu
[]
Skip
[Off]
Lock
[Off]
48.25
MHz
• Instead of the method above, you can also set by directly
entering the frequency number of the channel with 0 - 9.
• When setting a frequency on the “Fine” screen, the last
figure of the frequency needs to be “0” or “5”.
a
• 179.25 MHz: Press 1 s 7 s 9 s 2 s 5 s
ENTER.
• 49.25 MHz: Press 4 s 9 s 2 s 5 s ENTER.
Colour system
1
Press a/b/c/d to select the channel you
want to edit, and then press ENTER.
• The selected channel information displays.
2
Press a/b to select “Colour sys.” and then
press ENTER.
• Receivable colour systems are listed.
Colour system menu
Search
Fine
Search tuning
[48.25]
Colour sys.
[Auto]
Sound sys.
[I]
Auto
PAL
SECAM
Label
1
[48.25]
Colour sys.
Press a/b/c/d to select the channel you
want to edit, and then press ENTER.
[]
Skip
[Off]
Lock
[Off]
NTSC3.58
NTSC4.43
• The selected channel information displays.
3
Press a/b to select the optimum colour
system, and then press ENTER.
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Manual setting for each channel (Analogue)
(continued)
1
Sound system (Broadcasting system)
Press a/b/c/d to select the channel you
want to edit, and then press ENTER.
1
• The selected channel information displays.
Press a/b to select “Sound sys.”, and then
press ENTER.
2
• Receivable sound systems (Broadcasting systems)
are listed.
Press a/b to select the optimum sound
system, and then press ENTER.
3
NOTE
• Check the sound system if the sound output were not
correct.
Skipping channels
Channels with “Skip” set to “On” are passed over
when using CH r/s even if selected while watching
the image from the TV.
Press a/b/c/d to select the channel you
want to edit, and then press ENTER.
1
• The selected channel information will be displayed.
Press a/b to select “Skip”, and then press
ENTER.
2
• Skip menu displays.
1
2
3
4
5
8
Char.Set
Caps
Done
abc
123
./@
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
9
Clear
EXIT
s
t
u
v
w
x
RETURN
Cancel
y
z
:
/
.
SP
Delete
R Cursor Left
G Caps
Y Char.Set
Press a/b to select “Lock”, and then press
ENTER.
• Child lock menu will be displayed.
3
Press a/b to set “Lock” to “On”, and then
press ENTER.
NOTE
• See page 31 for setting a password.
• If “Lock” is set to “On” for a channel, “Child lock has been
activated” is displayed when you select the channel, and
the image and sound of the channel is blocked.
• When pressing RETURN while “Child lock has been
activated” is displayed, password input menu will be
displayed. Inputting the correct password lifts the child lock
temporarily until the power is turned off.
Labelling channels
You can change individual channel names.
a/b/c/d to select the channel you
1 Press
want to edit, and then press ENTER.
• The selected channel information displays.
2
Press a/b to select “Label”, and then press
ENTER.
• The software keyboard will be displayed.
Use the software keyboard to input the new
name.
NOTE
• The name can be 5 characters or less. Select “Cancel” to
set the channel name.
The software keyboard appears when you
need to input text.
7
2
• Refer to “Using Software keyboard” at the
bottom of this page.
H Using Software keyboard
6
Press a/b/c/d to select the channel you
want to edit, and then press ENTER.
• The selected channel information will be displayed.
3
Press a/b to set “Skip” to “On”, and then
press ENTER.
3
Setting the child lock
You can block the viewing of any channel.
10
11
B Cursor Right
1 Char. Set
Changes character set into the alphabet, numbers,
symbols, etc.
2 Caps
Changes characters to capital/lower case.
3 Done
Confirm the entry.
4 Cancel
Abort input and close the software keyboard.
5 R/G/Y/B (Colour) buttons
Selects the coloured items on the screen.
6 Input cursor
Press c/d to move the cursor when highlighted.
7 Input field
The text you enter is displayed as you type it in.
8 Character
Input characters by using these buttons.
9 ?
Put a line break.
10 Clear
Erases the character string.
• When the cursor is somewhere in a line: the
character string to the right of the cursor will be
erased.
• When the cursor is at the right end of a line: the
entire line will be erased.
11 Delete
If the cursor is at the right end of a line, this erases
text one character at a time.
• You can also delete text by pressing RETURN
on the remote control unit.
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Watching TV
Sorting programmes (Analogue)
Erasing programmes (Analogue)
Channel positions can be sorted freely.
The individual programme can be erased.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Channel settings” and
then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Channel settings” and
then press ENTER.
5
The “Programme setup” screen displays, and
then press ENTER. If you have already set the
password, enter it here.
5
The “Programme setup” screen displays, and
then press ENTER. If you have already set the
password, enter it here.
• See page 31 for setting a password.
• See page 31 for setting a password.
The “Analogue setting” screen displays, and
then press ENTER.
6
The “Analogue setting” screen displays, and
then press ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Sort”, and then press
ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select “Erase programme”, and
then press ENTER.
7
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
7
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
8
Press a/b/c/d to select the channel you
want to move, and then press ENTER.
8
Press a/b/c/d to select the channel you
want to erase, and then press ENTER.
9
Press a/b/c/d to move it to the desired
position, and then press ENTER.
10
• A message screen pops up.
9
Repeat the steps 8 and 9 until all desired
channels are sorted.
10
Sort menus
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
All the subsequent programmes move up.
Repeat the steps 8 and 9 until all desired
channels are erased.
Please select channel to replace
Erase programme menus
01 SAT.1
Please select channel to erase
01 SAT.1
02 KABEL
03
04
05
01 SAT.1
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
01 SAT.1
02 PRO7
03 KABEL
04
16
17
18
19
20
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Next
05
Next
Please select channel to replace
01 SAT.1
02 KABEL
Please select channel to erase
01 SAT.1
02 KABEL
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
02 PRO7
11
12
13
14
15
01 SAT.1
02 PRO7
03 KABEL
04
16
17
18
19
20
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Next
05
Next
Please select channel to replace
01 KABEL
Please select channel to erase
01 KABEL
02 SAT.1
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
02 KABEL
11
12
13
14
15
01 SAT.1
02 KABEL
03
04
16
17
18
19
20
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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20
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Watching TV
Useful viewing functions
Time shift
This function enables you to pause the digital TV you
are watching and start watching it again from the
paused scene.
1
Press READY.
2
Press I.
• The TV starts temporary recording of the real time
broadcast in the background.
• Time shift recordable time is approximately
150 minutes for SD or 60 minutes for HD
(depending on the programmes).
• The TV shows the programme from the scene that
the TV started recording and the recording carries
on.
• When the TV again playbacks after once pressing
H to stop the programme, the TV shows the
programme from the stopped scene.
Buttons for time shift operation
Buttons
READY
Description
Start recording the programme you are
watching.
• You cannot playback the recorded
programme until approximately three
seconds after pressing READY to start
recording.
I
Playback the recorded programme.
H
Stop the programme in playback (time shift
recording continues) and go back to the
real time broadcast (live).
F
Pause the programme in playback (time
shift recording continues).
• This function is released in 15 minutes.
• The operation panel for time shift displays only during time
shift operation.
• The “Audio description setting” menu does not work during
time shift playback.
• When the amount of memory used for time shift reaches
“Full” and the blue point is around the left edge of the bar
(see  and  in the Counter section on page 27), you
cannot operate some functions (F (Pause), S (Reverse),
a (Jumping backwards by 10 seconds)).
• Time shift recording will stop in three hours.
• Time shift does not work for ATV, external inputs, data
broadcasts and radio broadcasts.
• To release time shift, press READY, change the DTV
channel, change “INPUT” or turn off the power of the TV.
• Time shift will be released if no operations are performed
for three hours.
• Some functions do not work during time shift.
• Time shift is not actually a recording function, so the
recorded data is reset when you exit time shift.
• Time shift does not work automatically, it starts only when
you press READY.
• The password is required when you use the buttons such
as S, J, a, b if you set the password and the
items for “Parental rating” except “No block” are selected.
• Recording automatically stops when no signal is received
(recorded data will be lost).
• Time shift does not work for any copy protected programmes.
• For certain signals, resolution may be reduced during time
shift playback.
• Noise may appear in the image during time shift playback.
H Examples of time shift usage
When you move away from the TV for a while
(press READY when you move away from the TV)
Without time shift
Away
You miss the scene while you are away.
With time shift
Away
You can watch the missed scene when you come back.
S
Reverse (each time you press this button,
the reverse speed changes in three levels).
J
When you want to watch the same scene again
(you must press READY in advance for time shift
to function)
Fast forward (each time you press this
button, the fast forward speed changes in
three levels).
Without time shift
a
b
Playback after jumping backwards by 10
seconds.
Playback after jumping forward by 30
seconds.
NOTE
• Instead of pressing buttons on the remote control unit, the
operations above are also available on the screen with the
operation panel. You can call up this operation panel by
pressing CONTROL on the remote control unit or select
“Control (Time shift)” from “Setup” s “Option” s “Option
for view”.
You cannot watch the same scene again.
With time shift
You can watch the same scene again.
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H Display information regarding time shift
Channel display
Channel information displays by pressing DISPLAY on the
remote control unit.
Auto input selection
You can choose whether or not to switch the input
source automatically when receiving an AQUOS LINK
or an HDMI compatible signal on the TV during time
shift operations.
1
Audio (ENG)
STEREO
Video
Subtitle
Off
>> New information
2
 The time shift ready icon shows up when READY is
pressed and the TV is recording the programme.
3
 The status icon shows up depending on what is shown
on the screen.
4
Counter
The counter displays when you set “On” in “Display the
Time shift memory” (Go to “Setup” s “Option” s “Time
shift setting”).
Time shift
Memory used:
5
6
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
Press a/b to select “Time shift setting”, and
then press ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Auto input selection”.
Press c/d to select the desired item.
Selected item
Enable
Release time shift when receiving an
AQUOS LINK or a HDMI compatible
signal. Switch input source
automatically.
Disable
Time shift continues to work. The
TV does not switch input source
automatically even when receiving an
AQUOS LINK or a HDMI compatible
signal.
 The grey bar shows how much memory is in use.
 This blue point shows how much time has progressed.
 “Full” shows up when the grey bar reaches the right
edge. The TV starts overwriting the previously recorded
data.
Description
NOTE
• You can also call up the information above by pressing
CONTROL on the remote control unit or select “Control
(Time shift)” from “Setup” s “Option” s “Option for view”.
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Watching TV
Freezing the image
2
Allows you to capture and freeze one frame from a
moving image that you are watching.
Press e again within 30 minutes to cancel the
mute.
• Before 30 minutes, the volume level returns to the
previous setting.
NOTE
• Mute will be cancelled after 30 minutes. However,
the TV will not suddenly output loud sound as the
volume level will be set to 0 automatically. Increase
the volume level by pressing VOLk.
Outputting only audio
When listening to music from a music programme, you
can set the display off and enjoy audio only.
1
Press FREEZE.
2
Press FREEZE again to cancel the function.
• Captures one frame from a moving image.
Using Freeze on the menu screen
1
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
2
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
3
Press a/b to select “Option for view”, and
then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Freeze”, and then press
ENTER.
NOTE
• The still image automatically goes out after 30 minutes.
Returning to the previously selected channel
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “ECO”.
4
Press a/b to select “Audio only”, and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “On”, and then press
ENTER.
Selected item
Description
On
Audio is output without screen image.
Off
Both screen images and audio are output.
NOTE
• When you make operations that change the picture on the
TV such as by changing the input source, the “Audio only”
function is set to “Off”.
Quick start
Press A to switch the currently tuned channel to the
previously tuned channel.
Press A again to switch back to the currently tuned
channel.
Press A to toggle between the currently selected
input source and the previously selected one.
Press A to return to the previous page in teletext
mode.
Muting the audio temporarily
Using Mute ( e ) on the remote control unit
e mutes the current sound output.
1
Press e.
• The sound is silenced.
• “ ” is displayed while the mute function is on.
Mute
You can reduce the TV’s start-up time after turning on
the power with the remote control unit.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Quick start”, and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “On”, and then press
ENTER.
Selected item
Description
On
The TV quickly starts up from standby,
approximately 33 W of power consumption
is required during standby.
Off
Power consumption is small during
standby.
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Menu language settings
NOTE
You can also select a language from setup menu.
Select from among 3 languages: English, Simplified
Chinese and Arabic.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
• If subtitles for the selected language are not included in a received
broadcast, subtitles will not be shown for that language.
• Subtitles may not be displayed properly in 3D mode.
H Displaying subtitles for the hearing
impaired
If the broadcast includes subtitles for the hearing
impaired, they will take precedence over other
subtitles.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
4
Press a/b to select “Language”, and then
press ENTER.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
5
Press a/b to select the desired language
listed on the screen, and then press ENTER.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting” and
then press ENTER.
Each time you press [ on the remote control, the
subtitle switches when the broadcast contains subtitle
information.
5
Press a/b to select “Subtitle”, and then press
ENTER.
Set “For hearing impaired” to “Yes”
6
Press a/b to select “For hearing impaired”.
7
Press c/d to select “Yes”.
Switching subtitle languages
(For hearing impaired)
Off
1st language
2nd language
••••••••
Set “For hearing impaired” to “No”
1st language
Off
••••
2nd language
(For hearing impaired)
NOTE
• If the broadcast includes no subtitles for the hearing impaired, they
will be not displayed even when set to “Yes”.
• Subtitles may not be displayed properly in 3D mode.
Digital audio language
Set up to three preferred multi audio languages to
display if the audio languages are available.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
H Selecting the Language
Set up two preferred subtitle languages to display if the
subtitle languages are available.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Digital audio language”,
and then press ENTER.
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting” and
then press ENTER.
6
5
Press a/b to select “Subtitle”, and then press
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “1st language”,“2nd
language” or “3rd language”, and then press
ENTER.
7
Press a/b to select the desired language,
and then press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select “1st language” or “2nd
language”, and then press ENTER.
7
Press a/b to select the desired language,
and then press ENTER.
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NOTE
• This function depends on audio language information from
broadcasters.
• If audio for the selected language is not included in a received
broadcast, audio will not be output for that language.
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Watching TV
When receiving a bilingual signal
Each time you press MPX, the mode switches among
CH A, CH B and CH AB.
Switching the analogue audio format
You can switch between multiple audio modes
when watching a multiple audio or stereo broadcast
programme.
Bilingual mode
ATV
01
PAL
ATV
B/G
01
PAL
CH A
New Information
B/G
CH B
New Information
01
ATV
PAL
B/G
CH AB
New Information
When receiving a monaural signal
When you press MPX, “MONO” displays.
In the NICAM TV broadcasts
When receiving a stereo signal
Each time you press MPX, the mode switches
between NICAM STEREO and MONO.
Monaural mode
01
ATV
PAL
B/G
MONO
New Information
Stereo mode
ATV
01
PAL
NICAM
STEREO
New Information
ATV
B/G
01
PAL
B/G
MONO
New Information
When receiving a bilingual signal
Each time you press MPX, the mode switches among
NICAM CH A, NICAM CH B, NICAM CH AB and
MONO.
Bilingual mode
ATV
01
PAL
NICAM
CH A
New Information
ATV
01
MONO
New Information
If multi sound modes are received, each time you
press MPX the mode switches as follows.
01
PAL
NICAM
CH B
New Information
ATV
B/G
PAL
Switching the digital audio format
(Example)
ATV
B/G
NOTE
• “BBC2”, “99” and “PAL” are tentative network name,
channel and colour system.
Audio (ENG) : STEREO
B/G
L/R
L
R
LR
01
PAL
NICAM
CH AB
New Information
B/G
Audio (ENG) : CH A
When receiving a monaural signal
Each time you press MPX, the mode switches
between NICAM MONO and MONO.
CH A
CH B
CH AB
Monaural mode
ATV
01
PAL
NICAM
MONO
New Information
ATV
B/G
01
MONO
New Information
H Press c/d to select L or R sound when the
STEREO or DUAL MONO screen is displayed.
In the TV mode of A2 TV broadcasts
When receiving a stereo signal
Each time you press MPX, the mode switches
between STEREO and MONO.
Audio (ENG) : STEREO
Stereo mode
ATV
01
PAL
STEREO
New Information
L/R
ATV
B/G
Audio (ENG) : MONO
B/G
PAL
L
R
LR
01
PAL
MONO
New Information
B/G
NOTE
• The sound mode screen disappears in 6 seconds.
• Selectable items vary depending on the received
broadcasts.
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Watching TV
Password setting for the child lock
Allows you to use a password to protect certain
settings from being accidentally changed.
9
10
Enter the 4-digit number as in step 8 to
confirm.
Press ENTER to complete.
Password
Press
to complete
Setting a password
Register a 4-digit password number to use the Child
Lock function.
OK
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting” and
then press ENTER.
NOTE
• To view a locked channel (Lock setting in Programme setup
“Manual adjust” is set to “On”), you must enter a password.
(See page 24.) When you select a locked channel, a
password prompt message pops up. Press RETURN to
display the password input window.
5
Press a/b to select “Password”, and then
press ENTER.
Deleting the password
Allows you to clear your password.
6
If you already set the password, enter it here.
7
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
:Enter
1
Repeat steps 1 to 5 in Setting a password.
2
Enter the password.
3
Press c/d to select “No”, and then press
ENTER.
4
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER to delete the password.
Password
Setting Password. You can change or
clear Password
Yes
No
Enter your new password.
Use 4 digits
Password
Enter the password again to confirm
Delete password?
Yes
8
Enter the 4-digit number as a password using
0 - 9.
Password
Setting Password. You can change or
clear Password
Yes
No
Enter your new password.
Use 4 digits
No
NOTE
• As a precautionary measure, make a note of your
password on the back of this operation manual, cut
it out and keep it in a safe place that children cannot
reach. (See page 89.)
• This function is only available for TV input mode.
• To relock a channel which has been temporarily unlocked
by inputting the correct password, turn power off and then
on again.
Enter the password again to confirm
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Parental rate
6
This function allows TV channels to be restricted.
It prevents children from watching violent or sexual
scenes that may be considered inappropriate.
Repeat steps 1 to 4 in Setting a password.
1
Press c/d to select “Yes”.
NOTE
• The Programme title display function is only available for the DTV
mode.
Key lock
2
Press a/b to select “Parental rating”, and
then press ENTER.
3
Press a/b to select your desired rating, and
then press ENTER.
Selected item
This function allows you to lock the buttons on the
TV or remote control in order to prohibit children from
changing the channel or volume.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
4
Press a/b to select “Key lock”, and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “RC Control Lock”
or “Button Control Lock”, and then press
ENTER.
6
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
Description
No block
Cancel the blocking.
age xx years
Select desired age to block.
(Example) If age 14 is selected,
programmes rated for ages of 15 or more
are blocked.
General and
above (G)
Content is not offensive to most viewers.
Parental
guidance and
above (PG)
Content is such that parents may
not want their children to view the
programme.
Mature and
above (M)
Mature audience only. This programme
is specifically designed to be viewed by
adults and therefore may be unsuitable
for children under 15.
Mature adult
and above
(MA)
Mature adult only. This programme is
specifically designed to be viewed by
adults and therefore may be unsuitable
for children under 15.
Adult
violence and
above (AV)
Not for children under age 15. Strong
elements of sex and/or violence.
Restricted and
above (R)
Not for children under age 18. Strong
elements of sex and/or violence.
Programme title display
This function allows you to display programme
information on the screen including the title and airtime
by tuning a channel.
Selected item
Description
Off
Unlock the buttons.
RC Control
Lock
The operation with remote control is
blocked.
Button
Control Lock
The operation with main unit buttons is
blocked.
NOTE
• You cannot set both “RC Control Lock” and “Button
Control Lock” at the same time.
H Cancelling the lock
To cancel “RC Control Lock” follow the below steps
using the TV control panel buttons on the TV.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
Press MENU Z on the TV and VOL k/l to
select “Setup”.
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
2
Press CHs and VOLk/l to select “Option”.
2
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
3
Press CHr/s to select “Key lock” and then
press INPUT b.
4
Press a/b to select “Screen effect” and then
press ENTER.
4
Press CHr/s to select “Off” and then press
INPUT b.
5
Press a/b to select “Programme title display”.
NOTE
• See page 19 for the functions of the TV control panel
buttons.
• To cancel “Button Control Lock”, use the remote
control.
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Energy conservation settings
Auto power-off at a designated time
This function is conveniently used when, for instance,
going to bed while watching TV.
Using Sleep timer on the menu screen
1
2
3
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
Energy save
This function enables you to automatically reduce the
backlight brightness in order to decrease the power
consumption and increase the backlight life span.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “ECO”.
4
Press a/b to select “Energy save”, and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Standard” or
“Advanced”, and then press ENTER.
Press b/c/d to select “ECO”.
4
Press a/b to select “Sleep timer”, and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Change”, and then
press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select the desired item, and
then press ENTER.
NOTE
• When the time has been set, countdown automatically
starts.
• Five minutes before the preset of time expires, the
remaining time displays each minute.
ECO picture control
This function automatically detects the image source
and decreases the power consumption while keeping
the brightness of the image unchanged.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “ECO”.
4
Press a/b to select “ECO picture control”.
5
Press c/d to select “On” or “Off”.
• ECO menu displays.
Selected item
Off
Description
Standard
Reduces the backlight brightness.
Advanced
Reduces the backlight brightness more
than “Standard”.
The backlight brightness is the same
value of your settings in the selected “AV
mode ”.
NOTE
• You can also go to “Energy save” mode by pressing ECO.
• This function does not work when “3D brightness boost”
is set to “High” or “Low”.
• ECO menu displays.
NOTE
• This function does not work when “AV mode” is set to
“DYNAMIC (Fixed)” or “Auto”.
• This function is greyed out in 3D mode.
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Energy conservation settings (Continued)
Picture size settings
Auto power-off after the end of broadcast
Selecting the Wide Screen Signalling
(WSS) picture size automatically
You can set the TV to automatically power off in about
15 minutes after the TV goes into a state of receiving
no programme signals, such as the end of a broadcast
day.
1
2
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “ECO”.
4
Press a/b to select “No signal off”.
5
Press c/d to select “Enable”.
• Five minutes before the power shuts down, the
remaining time displays every minute.
NOTE
• “Disable” is the factory preset value.
• When a TV programme finishes, and the TV receives signal
input, this function may not operate.
Auto power-off when there are no
operations performed
You can set the TV to automatically power off when no
TV operation is performed for 30 minutes or more than
3 hours.
1
2
WSS allows a television to switch automatically among
the different screen formats.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
4
Press a/b to select “WSS”.
5
Press c/d to select “On” or “Off”.
NOTE
• Try to set WIDE mode if an image does not switch to the
correct screen format. When the broadcast signal contains
no WSS information, the function will not work even if
enabled.
• This function is available for 3D images converted from 2D
images or normal 2D images.
Selecting the Wide Screen Signalling
(WSS) picture size manually
The WSS signal has 4:3 auto-switching that allows you
to select between Panorama and Normal.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “ECO”.
4
Press a/b to select “4:3 Mode”, and then
press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “No operation off”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Panorama” or “Normal”,
and then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “30 min.” or “3 hr.”.
• Five minutes before the power shuts down, the
remaining time displays every minute.
WSS signal 4:3 screen
4:3 mode “Panorama”
4:3 mode “Normal”
NOTE
• “Disable” is the factory preset value.
Selected item
Description
Panorama
Wide image without side bars
Normal
Normal range keeping 4:3 or 16:9 aspect
ratio
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Selecting the picture size manually
Manual Selection
You can select different picture sizes that account for
the kind of each picture.
2
Press WIDE or a/b while the WIDE MODE
menu displays on the screen.
• As you toggle down the options, each mode is
immediately reflected on the TV.
Auto Selection
If you set “WSS” and “4:3 Mode” in the Setup menu on page
34, the optimum WIDE mode is automatically chosen for
every broadcast containing the WSS information.
“WSS” menu
To enable Auto Selection, set “WSS” in the Setup menu to
“On”. (See page 34.)
“4:3 Mode” menu
To set the type of the wide screen, select “Panorama” or
“Normal” in the 4:3 Mode menu. (See page 34.)
Press WIDE.
1
• The WIDE MODE menu displays.
• The menu lists the wide mode options selectable
for the type of TV/video signal currently received.
WIDE MODE
Normal
Zoom 14:9
4:3 Mode set to “Panorama”
Panorama
4:3 Mode set to “Normal”
NOTE
Full
Cinema 16:9
Cinema 14:9
Selected item
• “WSS” is also available in DTV mode.
• If the broadcast signal contains no WSS information, Auto Selection will not
function even when the WSS option is enabled.
• You can also use wide mode from the menu screen.
• You may not be able to change the wide mode while in 3D mode.
Description
Normal
For 4:3 “standard” pictures. A side bar appears on each side.
Zoom 14:9
For 14:9 letterbox pictures. A thin side bar appears on each side, and you may also see bars on the top and bottom with
some programmes.
Panorama
In this mode the picture is progressively stretched toward each side of the screen.
Full
For 16:9 squeeze pictures.
Cinema 16:9
For 16:9 letterbox pictures. Bars may appear on the top and bottom with some programmes.
Cinema 14:9
For 14:9 letterbox pictures. Bars may appear on the top and bottom with some programmes.
Dot by Dot
Display an image with the same number of pixels on the screen (only when receiving 1080i / 1080p signal).
Underscan
Display with an Underscan image only when receiving a 720p signal. Display with the High-Definition image adjusted
optimally. Noise may appear on the edge of the screen with some programmes.
Auto
Keeps the original aspect ratio and enlarges the picture as much as possible.
Original
Keeps the original aspect ratio and size.
Normal
Zoom 14:9
Panorama
Cinema 14:9
Cinema 16:9
Full
NOTE
• Some picture sizes may not be
displayable depending on the input signal.
• “Auto” and “Original” can be selected only
during video playback in “Video mode” of
USB media/Home network on page 75.
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Watching TV
Selecting a preset AV MODE
The “AV mode” function enables you to select
appropriate settings for audio and video to account for
the system environment which can vary due to factors
like room brightness, type of programme watched or
the type of image input from external equipment.
Using AV MODE on the remote control unit
1
Press AV MODE.
2
Press AV MODE again before the mode
displayed on the screen disappears.
Using “AV mode” on the menu screen
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Picture”.
4
Press a/b to select “AV mode”, and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select the desired item, and
then press ENTER.
• Present AV MODE displays.
Selected item
AUTO
The TV automatically sets the appropriate
selection from the “AV mode” menu
depending on the lighting conditions and
the type of programme watched.
STANDARD
For a highly defined image in a normally
bright room
MOVIE
For a movie
GAME
Lowers image brightness for easier
viewing.
PC*
For PC. (Available only when inputting a
PC signal.)
USER
Allows the user to customise settings as
desired. You can set the mode for each
input source.
x.v.Colour**
Produce realistic colour on the TV screen
unlike any other signal.
DYNAMIC
For a clear-cut image emphasising high
contrast for sports viewing.
DYNAMIC
(Fixed)
Changes the image and sound settings to
the factory preset values. No adjustments
are allowed.
• The mode changes as shown below.
TV input mode (2D)
AV MODE: STANDARD
AV MODE: MOVIE
AV MODE: AUTO
AV MODE: GAME
AV MODE: DYNAMIC (Fixed)
AV MODE: USER [TV]
AV MODE: DYNAMIC
External input mode (2D)
AV MODE: STANDARD
AV MODE: MOVIE
AV MODE: AUTO
Description
AV MODE: GAME
STANDARD
(3D)
AV MODE: DYNAMIC (Fixed)
MOVIE (3D)
AV MODE: PC
Refer to page 55 for details.
GAME (3D)
AV MODE: DYNAMIC
AV MODE: USER [
]
AV MODE: x.v.Colour
TV or external input mode (3D)
AV MODE: STANDARD (3D)
AV MODE: MOVIE (3D)
NOTE
• You can select a different “AV mode” item for each input
mode. (For example, select “STANDARD” for TV input and
“DYNAMIC” for VIDEO input.)
• The item marked with * is available only when selecting
“INPUT4”, “INPUT5”, “INPUT6”, “INPUT7” or “INPUT3”
(PC) from the “INPUT” in the “CH list” menu.
• The item marked with ** is available only when accepting
an “x.v.Colour” signal through an HDMI terminal.
AV MODE: GAME (3D)
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Manual picture settings
Selected item
Picture adjustment
OPC
Sets whether or not the screen brightness
is automatically adjusted according to
the lighting condition in the room. (OPC
setting: See this page.)
Backlight
The screen dims
3D brightness
boost
Refer to page 55 for details.
Contrast
For less contrast
For more contrast
Brightness
For less brightness
For more brightness
Colour
For less colour
intensity
For more colour
intensity
Tint
Skin tones become
purplish
Skin tones become
greenish
Sharpness
For less sharpness
For more sharpness
Advanced
For finer picture adjustments. (See pages 38
to 39.)
Reset
Resets all picture adjustment items to the
factory preset values.
You can adjust the picture to your preference.
Follow the steps to adjust the picture.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Picture”.
Menu
CH list
:Select
:Enter
Setup
cbutton
dbutton
The screen
brightens
:Exit
Picture
STANDARD
AV mode
OPC
[STANDARD]
[Off]
Backlight
+3
-16
+16
3D brightness boost
[Middle]
NOTE
• When “High” or “Low” in “3D brightness boost” is selected,
“OPC”, “Backlight” and “Range of OPC” are not available.
• The “3D brightness boost” is not available for 2D mode.
• The “3D brightness boost” items can be saved for every
3D “AV mode” item (“STANDARD (3D)”, “MOVIE (3D)” and
“GAME (3D)”.)
w OPC (Optical Picture Control) setting
4
Press a/b to select the desired menu item.
Press ENTER to proceed if necessary.
You can set the TV to automatically adjust the screen
to suitable backlight brightness according to the
lighting conditions.
5
Press a/b or c/d to select the desired item
or adjust the item to the desired level. Press
ENTER if necessary.
Using OPC on the menu screen
NOTE
• For resetting all adjustment items to factory preset values,
pressa/b to select “Reset”, press ENTER, press a/b to
select “Yes”, and then press ENTER.
• When “Backlight” is adjusted, “OPC” is set to “Off”.
Selected item
Description
Off
The brightness is fixed at the value set in
“Backlight” (See this page).
On
Automatically adjusts
On: Display
Displays the OPC effect on the screen
while adjusting the brightness of the
screen.
OPC sensor
NOTE
• Make sure no object obstructs the OPC sensor, which
could affect its ability to sense surrounding light.
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Advanced picture settings
The advanced settings enable you to set the picture
adjustment in more detail. There are twelve options
you can choose from.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Picture”.
4
Press a/b to select “Advanced”, and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select the desired menu, and
then press ENTER.
w AQUOMOTION
“AQUOMOTION” technology provides superior
solutions for digital display picture quality removing
motion blur (“Scan”, “High”, “Low”, “Off”).
NOTE
• This effect is greater on fast moving images.
• “AQUOMOTION” will have no effect in the following cases.
1) The type of signal received is a PC signal.
2) An OSD is being displayed.
3) Teletext is activated.
• If images appear blurred, set the “AQUOMOTION” to “Off”.
H Quad pixel plus
H C.M.S.-hue
This function adjusts the hue of a selected colour using
a six-colour adjustment system.
H C.M.S.-saturation
This function increases or decreases the saturation of a
selected colour using a six-colour adjustment system.
Reproduces high-definition images with higher
resolution.
H Gamma adjustment
Adjust mid-level brightness. The adjustment range
of the gamma can be set to a maximum of +2 and a
minimum of -2 by pressing c or d.
H Film mode
Automatically detects a film-based source (originally
encoded at 24/25 frames/second, depending on the
vertical frequency), analyses it then recreates each still
film frame for high-definition picture quality.
Selected item
H C.M.S.-value
This function makes the image brighter or darker
depending on the value of the setting.
w Colour temp. (Colour temperature)
Adjusts the colour temperature to give the best white
image.
Description
Advanced
(High)
Display moving picture more smoothly
with high quality.
Advanced
(Low)
Display moving picture smoothly with
high quality.
Standard
Display every picture frame in equal
time, feeling like watching in cinema.
Off
Film mode off.
High
White with bluish tone.
Mid-High
Intermediate tone between “High” and
“Middle”.
NOTE
• Film mode is not selectable depending on the input signal
type.
• You can select “Advanced”, “Standard” and “Off” in 3D
mode.
Middle
Natural tone.
H Active contrast
Mid-Low
Intermediate tone between “Middle” and
“Low”.
Automatically adjusts the contrast of an image
according to the scene.
Low
White with reddish tone.
H DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
R/G/B Gain
(LO), R/G/B
Gain (HI)
Adjusts the white balance by changing
the value of each item.
Reduces noise on screen and produces a clearer video
image. (“Auto”, “High”, “Middle”, “Low”, “Off”).
Selected item
Description
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Advanced picture settings (Continued)
w Monochrome
When set to “On”, images are displayed in monochrome.
Selected item
H-Pos.
Centres the image by moving it to the left
or right.
V-Pos.
Centres the image by moving it up or
down.
H Range of OPC
The brightness level range of the OPC sensor’s
automatic adjustments can be set according to your
preferences. The adjustment range of the OPC sensor
can be set to a maximum of +16 and a minimum of -16.
Selected item
Description
Max.
-16 through +16
Min.
-16 through +16
NOTE
• This function is available only when the OPC setting is set
to On or On: Display.
• The maximum setting cannot be set to a smaller number
than the minimum setting.
• The minimum setting cannot be set to a bigger number
than the maximum setting.
• The maximum and minimum settings cannot be set to the
same number.
• Depending on the brightness of the surrounding light, the OPC
sensor might not operate if the adjustment range is small.
Other picture settings
Adjusting the image position
For adjusting a picture's horizontal and vertical position.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
4
Press a/b to select “Screen effect” and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Position”, and then
press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select “H-Pos.” or “V-Pos.”.
Description
7
Press c/d to adjust the item to your desired
position.
NOTE
• For resetting all adjustment items to the factory preset
values, press a/b to select “Reset”, and then press
ENTER.
• Adjustments are stored separately according to input
source.
• Images may not be displayed properly depending on the
settings and/or signals.
• This function is available for 3D images converted from 2D
images or normal 2D images.
Game play time
This function displays the elapsed game time so you
do not lose track of the time.
To display the elapsed time, select “GAME” under “AV
mode” for the input mode of the terminal connected to
the game console before starting the game.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
4
Press a/b to select “Game play time”.
5
Press c/d to select “On”.
Selected item
Position
Display position adjustment
H-Pos.
0
-8
+8
Description
On
The elapsed time is displayed every 30
minutes when you switch to GAME mode in
external input mode.
Off
No adjustment
NOTE
• “Game play time” is displayed in the external input mode.
• “Game play time” is reset after performing the following
operations:
1. When toggling the input.
2. When changing “AV mode”.
V-Pos.
0
-8
+8
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Indicating time on the screen
w Time display
w Time format
This function allows you to display the clock time on
the lower right screen.
You can select the time format (either 24HR or AM/PM)
for the clock time.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting” and
then press ENTER.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
5
Press a/b to select “Time display” and then
press ENTER.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
6
Press a/b to select “Time format” and then
press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting” and
then press ENTER.
7
Press c/d to select the desired time format
and then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Time display” and then
press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select “Time display” and then
press ENTER.
7
Press a/b to select “On” or “On (half-hourly)”
and then press ENTER.
Time display
Time format
Displaying the clock On/Off
Time display
Time format
Selecting time format
24HR
AM/PM
NOTE
• The displayed time may differ depending on the
programmes because of the programme information.
On
On (half-hourly)
Off
Selected item
Description
On
Display the clock time.
On (halfhourly)
Display the clock time in 30 minutes
increments.
Off
Hide the clock time.
NOTE
Time information is available when channel time information
including the teletext information is obtained in the “ATV” or
“DTV” mode.
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w Bass enhancer
Audio adjustment
You can adjust the audio of the selected AV mode.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
Press b/c/d to select “Audio”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Audio”.
4
Press a/b to select “Bass enhancer”.
5
Press c/d to select “On” or “Off”.
1
2
3
4
5
This function allows you to enjoy bass-enhanced sound.
Press a/b to select the desired menu item.
Press ENTER to proceed if necessary.
Press a/b or c/d to select the desired item
or adjust the item to the desired level. Press
ENTER if necessary.
Selected item
cbutton
dbutton
Automatic volume adjustment
Different sound sources sometimes do not have the
same volume level, such as a programme and its
commercial breaks. The Automatic volume control
(Auto volume) reduces this problem by equalizing
levels.
Treble
For weaker treble
For stronger treble
Bass
For weaker bass
For stronger bass
Balance
Increase audio from
the left speaker
Increase audio from
the right speaker
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
NOTE
• For resetting all adjustment items to the factory preset
values, press a/b to select “Reset”, press ENTER, press
a/b to select “Yes”, and then press ENTER.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Audio”.
4
Press a/b to select “Auto volume”, and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “High”, “Middle”, “Low”
or “Off”, and then press ENTER.
w Surround
The surround function produces a surround effect from
the speakers.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Audio”.
4
Press a/b to select “Surround”, and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select the desired item.
Press ENTER to proceed if necessary.
Selected item
3D Hall
Reproduces a concert hall experience
with realistic live surround sound based on
reverberant sounds measured in a concert hall.
Reproduces a movie theater experience
with realistic live surround sound based on
reverberant sounds measured in a movie theater.
3D Standard
Creates three-dimensional surround sound
with detailed control of the signal phase.
SRS TS HD
SRS TruSurround HDTM creates a high
quality surround sound experience, when
watching DVD movies and TV programmes
broadcast in surround sound.
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Description
High
Reduces the volume gaps among different
sound sources strongly.
Middle
Operates on a level between “High” and
“Low”.
Low
Reduces the volume gaps among different
sound sources slightly.
Off
Does not reduce the volume gaps among
different sound sources.
Description
3D Movie
Off
Selected item
Clear voice
This function emphasises speech against background
noise for greater intelligibility.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Audio”.
4
Press a/b to select “Clear voice”.
5
Press c/d to select “On” or “Off”.
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Audio description setting
This function allows you to enable output of audio description
if the TV receives a signal including audio description.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Audio”.
4
Digital audio output
This function allows you to select your favourite audio
output system.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
Press a/b to select “Audio description
setting”, and then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Terminal setting”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Audio description” or
“Mix level”.
5
Press a/b to select “Digital audio output”,
and then press ENTER.
6
Press c/d to select the desired item or level,
and then press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select your desired output
system, and then press ENTER.
NOTE
• When the “Audio description” is set to “On”, the audio
description sound is superimposed on the main audio when
you select a broadcast compatible with audio description.
• If you do not clearly hear the sound for the visually
impaired, select “Mix level”, and select the upper level to
turn up the volume.
• This function is available only for DTV broadcasts. This
“Audio description setting” menu is not displayed for the
ATV or the external inputs.
• The audio description sound is superimposed on the main
audio only when the sound is output on the speaker sound
output, headphone sound output and sound for audio
out output. The sound is not output on the S/PDIF sound
output and the HDMI sound output.
• This function is not available for the AQUOS Audio speaker
system.
• This function does not work during time shift playback.
PCM
Dolby Digital
Selected item
Description
PCM
The optical output format is normally in PCM.
Dolby Digital
When set to “Dolby Digital”, Dolby Digital
is output when the Dolby Digital audio
formats are received.
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Programme guide
Info
You can check the current schedule of DTV events
and view detailed information about current events.
1
Press ENTER to display the programme guide
list.
2
Press a/b to display your desired
programme, and then press ENTER.
While watching DTV you can check the extended
programme information on the screen using INFO on
the remote control.
001
DTV TV1
SD Moving
20:00 - 21:00
HProgramme info.
• When you press ENTER, the TV jumps to the
channel.
HInput Info.
Video : 576i
Audio : STEREO
Age : No limit
Optic. REC : OK
Menu
Link
operation
:Select menu
EPG
:Select
:Enter
CH list
:Exit
DTV
001
002
003
004
TV1
SD Moving
TV2
HD ColorBar
TV3
H264 SD-Color Pat…
TV4
H264 HD-Monosco
SD Color Pattern
005
• If there is more information, pressing c/d allows you to go
to the next page or return to the previous page.
• You can cancel this info by pressing INFO again.
HD Moving
006
SD Colour Bar
Using Info on the menu screen
007
008
MPEG SD Moving
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
4
Press a/b to select “Option for view” and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Programme info.” and
then press ENTER.
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ATV (Analogue)/DTV (Digital) buttons
Use the following buttons on the remote control to
operate the menu.
When you watch the TV for the first time
When the TV powers on for the first time after
purchase, perform the auto installation.
ATV (Analogue TV)
You can run the auto installation to set channels
automatically.
1
To watch the analogue TV, select “Auto
installation” from “Setup” menu. (See page 20.)
2
After setting the channels, you can select a
channel using CHr/s or 0-9 on the remote
control unit. (See page 21.)
DTV (Digital TV)
When the TV accesses to DTV mode for the first time,
you need to run the auto search. To scan all available
services in your area, follow the procedures below.
1
To watch DTV broadcasts, select “Digital
search” from “Auto installation” menu. (See
page 18.)
2
After setting the channels, you can select a
channel using CHr/s or 0-9 on the remote
control unit. (See page 21.)
ATV: Press to switch to analogue TV mode. After
switching from digital TV or external input mode to
analogue TV mode, the TV jumps to the most recently
viewed analogue channel.
DTV: Press to switch to digital TV mode. After
switching from analogue TV or external input mode
to digital TV mode, the TV jumps to the most recently
viewed digital TV channel.
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EPG display settings
EPG
What is an EPG?
An “EPG” (Electronic Programme Guide) is a
programme schedule, which is displayed on the TV
screen. The EPG is broadcasted together with DTV.
The TV screen shows the EPG when the viewer
presses EPG on the remote control, provided that
the TV is receiving the digital broadcasting signal. The
EPG enables you to search for a programme, view the
programme schedule in detail.
Basic settings
EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) is a programme list
that is displayed on the screen. With the EPG, you can
check the schedule of DTV, view detailed information
about them, tune to an event currently on-air and set a
timer for future events.
Go to “Menu” s “Setup” s “Option” s “EPG setup”
s “Display range setup” or “Genre icon setup”.
H Display range setup
The Display range setup allows you to select three
types of time spans for display on the screen.
Selected item
Description
Mode1
(Wide angle)
Display six hours of programme
information.
Mode2 (Zoom)
Display three hours of programme information.
Mode3
(Vertical angle)
Change to the EPG display format with a
vertical time span.
NOTE
• “Display range setup” cannot be selected when the country
setting is set to “New Zealand”.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
H Genre icon setup
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
You can grey out or place a mark on desired
genres and smoothly search for programmes you
frequently watch.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
Genre icon list for Australia
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Standby search” and
then press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select “EPG”.
7
Press c/d to select the desired item.
Icon
Genre
Icon
Genre
Movie
Current affairs
News
Education/
Information
Entertainment
Infotainment
Sport
Special
Children’s
Comedy
Music
Drama
Arts/Culture
Documentary
H EPG (setting for receiving EPG data)
EPG setup must be selected to “Yes” to enable
automatic capturing of data for all available channels
while the TV set is in standby mode. If EPG is
set to “No”, only EPG data for the current channel will
be updated.
Selecting EPG to “Yes” will result in higher
power consumption*.
Selecting EPG to “No” will save power
consumption.
NOTE
* Approximately 33W for 15-30 minutes (depending on
number of channels tuned) after power off from remote
control.
• EPG data will not update if the TV is turned off from the
mains power switch.
• “EPG” cannot be selected when the country setting is set
to “New Zealand”.
Genre icon list for Singapore and New Zealand
Icon
Genre
Icon
Genre
Movie/Drama
Music/Ballet/Dance
News/Current
affairs
Arts/Culture
(without music)
Show/Game show
Social/Political
issues/Economics
Sports
Education/Science/
Factual topics
Children’s/Youth
programmes
Leisure hobbies
NOTE
• You can easily distinguish the Genre icons by darkening or
lightening the icon’s shade.
• Genre types depend on the country setting.
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Watching TV
Selecting a programme using EPG
Basic operation
H Display the EPG screen
Today
EPG [DTV-TV]
Press EPG.
001
TV1
20:00 - 21:00
[Sat]2
[Sun]3
20
2
[Mon]4
[Tue]5
[Wed]6
[Thu]7
[Fri]8
[Fri] 1/4 20:00
SD Moving
21
22
23
0
001
SD Moving
SD Moving
SD Moving
TV2
002
HD ColorBar
HD ColorBar
HD ColorBar
TV3
003
H264 SD-Color P...
H264 SD-Color Pattern
H264 SD-Color Pattern
TV4
004
H264 HD-Monosco
H264 HD-Monosco
H264 HD-Monosco
SD Color Pattern
005
HD Moving
006
SD Color Bar
007
MPEG SD Moving
008
: Select
: Enter
: Back
: Exit
Programme info.
3
H Display the EPG screen
Search by genre
4
1
1
TV1
Search by date
Timer list
5
NOTE
1 Press c/d to select the time span you
want to search.
• You can also display the EPG screen from “Menu” s “EPG” s
“EPG”.
• The time displayed on the EPG is information sent by the TV
station.
• When the country setting is set to “New Zealand”, the EPG
screen and operation differ due to the use of MHEG-5 EPG.
The EPG screen and operation vary depending on the
broadcasts.
• When the country setting is set to “New Zealand”, the EPG
function is not available when MHEG-5 EPG is not broadcasted.
• MHEG-5 EPG may not be displayed properly in the 3D mode.
If so, cancel the 3D mode and then MHEG-5 EPG will be
available.
• The MHEG-5 EPG function is not available for models for the
Australia market.
• Continue to press d to display programmes in the next
time span.
2 Press a/b to select the desired
programme.
• If a or b are displayed on the left of the services,
continue to press a/b to display next or previous
screen.
H Close the EPG screen
Press EPG again.
Selecting a programme
3 Check programme information
1
Press a/b/c/d to select the programme
you want to check.
2
Press R.
NOTE
• When the country setting is set to “New Zealand”, this
function is not available due to the use of MHEG-5 EPG.
Programme information
Today
EPG [DTV-TV]
001
57
20:00 – 21:00
[Sat]2
[Sun]3
[Mon]4
[Tue]5
[Wed]6
[Thu]7
[Fri]8
[Fri] 1/4 20:00
SD Moving
Programme Info.
Back to EPG
20
Next
22
23
0
TV1
001
4%.PWJOH
4%.PWJOH
4%.PWJOH
TV2
002
)%$PMPS#BS
)%$PMPS#BS
)%$PMPS#BS
TV3
003
)4%$PMPS1
)4%$PMPS1BUUFSO
)4%$PMPS1BUUFSO
TV4
004
))%.POPTDP
))%.POPTDP
))%.POPTDP
4%$PMPS1BUUFSO
005
)%.PWJOH
006
4%$PMPS#BS
007
.1&(4%.PWJOH
008
: Select
3
21
: Enter
: Back
1
: Exit
Press ENTER to tune to the selected programme.
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Watching TV
4 Search a programme in a category
1
Press G.
2
Press a/b to select the desired genre, and then press ENTER.
3
Press a/b to select a programme you want to watch, and then press ENTER.
EPG [DTV-TV]
Today
[Sat]2
[Sun]3
[Mon]4
[Tue]5
[Wed]6
[Thu]7
[Fri] 1/4 20:00
[Fri]8
Search by genre
[Today] 1 12-0
[Sat] 2 0-12
[Sat] 2 12-0
[Sun] 3 0-12
Movie
News
Entertainment
Sports
Children’s
Found no programme by the genre.
Select other time by c d
Music
Arts/Culture
Current affairs
Education/Information
Infotainment
Special
Comedy
Drama
Documentary
: Select
: Enter
: Back
: Exit
Back to EPG
NOTE
• The genre information depends on the broadcasts.
• You can also display the EPG screen from “Menu” s “EPG” s “Search by genre”.
• When the country setting is set to “New Zealand”, this function is not available due to the use of MHEG-5 EPG.
5 Search for a programme by date/time
1
Press Y.
2
Press c/d to select the desired time span and then press ENTER.
Today
EPG [DTV-TV]
[Sat]2
[Sun]3
[Mon]4
Search by time
[Wed]6
[Thu]7
[Fri]8
[Fri] 1/4 20:00
Today
Prev.
0–6
6 – 12
: Enter
: Select time
6
12 – 18
Back to EPG
7
8
Prev.
9
Next
10
4%.PWJOH
4%.PWJOH
002
)%$PMPS#BS
)%$PMPS#BS
)%$PMPS#BS
003
)4%$PMPS1
)4%$PMPS1BUUFSO
)4%$PMPS1BUUFSO
TV4
004
))%.POPTDP
))%.POPTDP
))%.POPTDP
4%$PMPS1BUUFSO
005
)%.PWJOH
006
4%$PMPS#BS
007
.1&(4%.PWJOH
008
001
TV2
TV3
: Enter
: Back
Next
18 – 0
Enter
4%.PWJOH
TV1
: Select
3
[Tue]5
11
: Exit
Press a/b to select the desired programme, and then press ENTER.
NOTE
• When you select a programme outside of the current time span, the timer setting screen displays. (See page 48.)
• You can also display the EPG screen from “Menu” s “EPG” s “Search by date”.
• When the country setting is set to “New Zealand”, this function is not available due to the use of MHEG-5 EPG.
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Watching TV
Timer setting using EPG
You can select TV programmes using data from the EPG.
1
Press EPG.
2
3
This function enables you to select your local time zone.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
Press a/b/c/d to select the programme
you want to set, and then press ENTER.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
Press c/d to select the timer setting, and
then press ENTER.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
• If you select “No”, the TV returns to the EPG
screen.
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Time zone”, and then
press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select the desired time zone
and then press ENTER.
H Selecting “Watch” in the timer setup
screen
This setting allows you to switch to a programme at a
set time.
1 Press c/d to select “Watch”, and then press
ENTER.
2 Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
3 Press ENTER to set time.
• The selected TV programme is marked with an icon.
NOTE
• When the country setting is set to “New Zealand”, this function is
not available due to the use of MHEG-5 EPG.
Cancelling the timer setting
1
Press EPG.
2
Press a/b/c/d to select the programme on
timer setup, and then press ENTER.
3
Press c/d to select “Cancel”, and then press
ENTER.
4
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
5
Time zone
Press ENTER to cancel timer setup.
H Cancelling using B button on the remote
control
1
Press EPG.
2
Press B to display the timer list screen.
3
Press a/b to select a programme you want
to change, and then press ENTER.
4
Press c/d to select “Cancel”, and then press
ENTER.
5
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
NOTE
• When the country setting is set to “New Zealand”, this function is
not available due to the use of MHEG-5 EPG.
NOTE
• This function lets you select the right time zone in case the time
displayed in the EPG does not match the local time of your area.
• When the country setting is set to “Australia”, this function is
available. When the country setting is set to “Singapore” or “New
Zealand”, this function is not available.
MHEG-5 (EPG) setting
This function is set to enable MHEG-5 in DTV mode.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “MHEG-5 (EPG)”, and
then press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select “Enable” or “Disable”,
and then press ENTER.
Selected item
Description
Enable
MHEG-5 is displayed during DTV mode.
Disable
MHEG-5 is not displayed during DTV mode.
NOTE
• This function is only displayed for models for the New Zealand
market. This function is not displayed for models for the Singapore
or Australia market.
• When the country setting is set to “New Zealand” in the initial auto
installation, this function is available. When the country setting is set
to “Australia” or “Singapore”, this item is greyed out and cannot be
selected.
• The MHEG-5 is not displayed when there is no MHEG-5 information
on broadcast in setting this function to “Enable”.
• When this function is set to “Enable”, subtitles may not be
displayed. If this occurs, set to “Disable” and then display of
subtitles will be possible.
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Enjoying 3D image viewing
You can enjoy 3D-supported images on the TV when you wear the supplied 3D glasses or optional 3D glasses.
NOTE
• Some menu items are greyed out in 3D mode. This is not a malfunction.
Preparing for the 3D glasses
Confirm how to use the 3D glasses before watching 3D-supported images. These 3D glasses are only for use with
SHARP LCD TVs supporting 3D.
Supplied accessories for the 3D glasses
3D glasses ( x 1)
3D glasses band * ( x 1)
Pages 49 to 54
Nose pad * (large × 1, small × 1)
Page 51
Page 51
Glasses case ( x 1)
Cleaning cloth ( x 1)
Precision screwdriver
(phillips × 1, slotted × 1)
Page 50
* Use the 3D glasses band and nose pad for children as needed.
Part name
6
5
1
3 4
2
7
1
Service terminal
5
2
Infrared receiver
• Receives an infrared signal sent from the TV. The
3D glasses turn off automatically after 3 minutes if
no signal is received from the TV.
3
POWER 3D/2D (Power button)
• Press for at least two seconds to turn on and off
the 3D glasses.
• When the 3D glasses are turned on, pressing this
button switches between 2D and 3D modes.
4
LED light
•
•
•
•
•
Blinks three times when the power is turned on.
Blinks two times when 2D mode is selected.
Blinks three times when 3D mode is selected.
Blinks six times when the battery power is low.
Lights for two seconds when the power is turned off.
Nose pad mount
• The dedicated nose pad can be mounted here
(See page 51.)
• This terminal is for service use only. Do not
connect any other device to this terminal.
6
Battery case
7
3D glasses band mount
• The dedicated 3D glasses band can be mounted
here (See page 51.)
NOTE
• Do not soil or apply stickers or other obstacles to the
infrared receiver. Doing so may block signals from the TV
and prevent the 3D glasses from working correctly.
• Interference from other infrared communications equipment
may prevent you from viewing 3D images correctly.
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Enjoying 3D image viewing
Before using the 3D glasses
Before using the 3D glasses for the first time, remove the insulating sheet attached to them.
Replacing the button cell battery
The battery has an expected service life of approximately 75 hours.
• When the battery power is low, the LED light blinks six times after the power is turned on.
• When replacing the button cell, use only the designated battery type (Maxell branded CR2032 lithium button battery).
1
Loosen the screw used to secure the battery
cover, and then remove the battery cover.
4
Hook a new button cell to the metal latch and
insert it into the socket.
• Take care not to reverse the battery polarity (e
and f) when inserting the button cell.
1
5
Close the battery cover.
2
2
2
Remove the button cell battery.
1
1 Place the tip of the slotted precision screwdriver
into the opening between the button cell and
the socket.
2 Lift up the button cell while taking care not to
get the screwdriver caught on the metal latch.
6
1
3
Insert the screw to secure the battery cover.
2
When the battery comes loose from the
socket, pick it out with your fingers.
NOTE
• Refer to page 16 for details of battery disposal.
• Used batteries should be disposed in accordance with
local laws and regulations.
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Attaching the nose pad
Attach either of the supplied nose pads as needed (such
as when the glasses do not fit properly). The glasses
come with a large and small nose pad.
 Attaching the
nose pad
Using the 3D glasses
Turn on/off the power
1
Turn on the power of the 3D glasses.
2
Turn off the power of the 3D glasses.
• Press the power button for at least two seconds.
• The LED light blinks three times.
• Press the power button for at least two seconds.
• The LED light lights for two seconds.
 Removing the
nose pad
Attaching the 3D glasses band
Attach the supplied 3D glasses band strap as needed
(such as when the glasses do not fit properly). Insert
the ends of the 3D glasses into the 3D glasses band
until they are secure.
• Pull the cord stopper on the strap to adjust the strap
length.
NOTE
• When the battery power is low, the LED light blinks six
times after the power is turned on.
Switching between 2D and 3D modes
When viewing 3D images, you can press the power
button to switch between 2D and 3D modes. This is
useful when several people are viewing 3D images on
the same TV with some people wanting to watch in 3D
and some people wanting to watch in 2D.
E Viewing 2D images
When you press the power button twice while viewing 3D
images, the LED light blinks two times and the 3D images
switch to 2D images.
E Viewing 3D images
When you press the power button twice while viewing 2D
images, the LED light blinks three times and the 2D images
switch to 3D images.
Angle of the 3D glasses
The 3D glasses can be used by receiving an infrared
signal sent from the TV.
The 3D glasses turn off automatically after three
minutes if no signal is received from the TV.
Operating range
From directly in front of the infrared transmitter on
the TV: approx. 5 m (within approx. 30° horizontally
and 20° vertically)
NOTE
• The infrared emitter lights in 3D mode.
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You can use special 3D glasses to watch 3D-supported images on this TV.
• You can enjoy 3D movies on this TV by viewing the movie through the 3D glasses supplied with the TV or through optional 3D
glasses sold separately.
• To produce 3D images, liquid crystal shutters in the 3D glasses alternately open and close imperceptibly fast to exactly match
alternating left and right video images displayed by the TV.
• Not all consumers can experience and enjoy 3D TV. Some people suffer from stereo blindness which prevents them from
perceiving the intended depth of 3D entertainment. Also, some people who watch 3D programming may experience initial
feelings of motion sickness as they adjust to the picture. Others may experience headaches, eye fatigue or continued motion
sickness. Like a roller coaster, the experience is not for everyone.
CAUTION
• The 3D glasses are precision equipment. Handle them with care.
• Improper use of the 3D glasses or failure to follow these instructions can result in eye strain.
• If you experience dizziness, nausea, or other discomfort while viewing 3D images, immediately discontinue use of the 3D glasses. Using the
binocular disparity 3D system of this TV with incompatible 3D broadcasts or software can make images appear with a cross talk blur or create
overlapping images.
• When viewing 3D images continuously, be sure to take a break periodically to prevent eye strain.
• If you are nearsighted or farsighted or have astigmatism or a different level of eyesight between the left and right eyes, you should take
the necessary steps, such as wearing eyeglasses, to correct your eyesight before viewing 3D images. The 3D glasses can be worn over
eyeglasses.
• When viewing 3D images, keep the 3D glasses horizontally level with the TV screen. If you tilt the 3D glasses with respect to the TV screen,
the images viewed by the left and right eyes may appear significantly different or images may appear overlapping.
• View 3D images at the appropriate distance from the TV screen. The recommended distance is three times the effective height of the TV
screen.
Examples of recommended distances:
60-inch screen: Approx. 2.2 m
Viewing should not be done closer than the recommended distance.
• Be careful of your surroundings when viewing 3D images. When you view 3D images, objects may appear at a distance closer or farther than
the actual TV screen. This may cause you to misjudge the distance to the TV screen and possibly result in injury if you accidentally hit the
screen or surrounding objects.
• The 3D glasses are only recommended for people ages 5 and older.
• When children are viewing 3D images, be sure a parent or guardian is present. Monitor children viewing 3D images, and if they show signs of
discomfort, immediately discontinue use of the 3D glasses.
• People with a known history of photosensitivity and people with heart problems or poor health should not use the 3D glasses. This can worsen
existing health conditions.
• Do not use the 3D glasses for other purposes (such as general eyeglasses, sunglasses, or protective goggles).
• Do not use the 3D function or 3D glasses while walking or moving around. This may result in injuries due to running into objects, tripping,
and/or falling.
• When using the 3D glasses, take care not to accidentally strike the TV screen or other people. Viewing 3D images may cause you to misjudge
the distance to the TV screen and accidentally strike the screen, resulting in possible injury.
Display format for 3D and 2D images
Display format
3D mode
(using the 3D
glasses)
2D mode
(without
using the 3D
glasses)
Displays for input signals
Description
2D s 3D
• Converts normal 2D images into 3D images.
Side by Side
• Creates 3D images from 3D images displayed
side by side. The image is split into a left and
right image, and then the images are stretched
and displayed sequentially to create a 3D image.
Top and Bottom
• Creates 3D images from 3D images displayed on
the top and bottom. The image is split into a top and
bottom image, and then the images are stretched
and displayed sequentially to create a 3D image.
Side by Side s 2D
• Creates 2D images from 3D images displayed
side by side. Only the left image is stretched and
displayed. The image does not appear in 3D.
Top and Bottom s 2D
• Creates 2D images from 3D images displayed
on the top and bottom. Only the top image is
stretched and displayed. The image does not
appear in 3D.
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Viewing 3D images
3
Take off the 3D glasses and turn off the power
of the 3D glasses.
• Press the power button for at least two seconds.
• The LED light lights for two seconds.
NOTE
• If the input signal switches to 2D, 2D images are displayed
automatically.
• 3D mode is canceled automatically when the setting
is changed, input source is changed, the input signal
resolution is changed or the power is turned off.
NOTE
• The TV screen may temporarily become black when the TV
is trying to detect a 3D image signal and when switching
from 3D to 2D mode.
Receiving a 3D image signal that can be
detected automatically
The image signal may contain a 3D identification signal. You
can enable the TV to automatically detect the 3D image type
(See page 52).
1
Receiving a 3D image signal that cannot
be detected automatically
When the TV receives a 3D image signal that cannot
be detected automatically, you can select between 3D
and 2D image viewing.
1
Press 3D.
• A screen appears prompting you to select
between 3D and 2D image viewing.
Go to “Menu” s “Setup” s “Option” s “3D
setup” s “3D auto change”.
E When “3D auto change” is set to “Yes”
• The 3D display format is detected automatically and
the appropriate 3D image is displayed.
2
Press c/d to select “3D” or “2D”, and then
press ENTER.
E To view in 3D mode
1 Press c/d to select the 3D signal type (“2D s
3D”,“Side by Side” or “Top and Bottom”), and then
press ENTER.
Side by Side
E When “3D auto change” is set to “No”
1 The confirmation message is displayed. Press 3D.
2 Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press ENTER.
2
Turn on the power of the 3D glasses, and then
wear the 3D glasses.
• Press the power button for at least two seconds.
• The LED light blinks three times.
NOTE
• If you do not want to switch to 3D mode automatically, set
“3D auto change” to “No”.
• When the TV is receiving a 3D image signal that can be
detected automatically, the 3D mode icon is displayed in
the channel display.
Top and Bottom
• You can select only “2D s 3D” in ATV mode.
• If you select the same system as that of the input
signal, 3D images are displayed.
2 Turn on the power of the 3D glasses, and then wear
the 3D glasses.
• Press the power button for at least two seconds.
• The LED light blinks three times.
E To view in 2D mode
• Switching from 3D to 2D mode.
Press c/d to select the 2D signal type (“Side by Side”
or “Top and Bottom”), and then press ENTER.
Switching 3D to 2D mode
When you press 3D while you are watching the TV in
3D mode, the TV switches to 2D mode.
1
Press 3D during the 3D mode.
2
Select “Yes”, and then press ENTER to switch
to 2D mode.
Side by Side
Top and Bottom
• If you select the same system as that of the input
signal, 2D images are displayed.
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Watching 2D images in 3D
You can convert normal 2D images into 3D images.
1
Press 3D.
2
Press c/d to select “2D s 3D”, and then
press ENTER.
3
Turn on the power of the 3D glasses, and then
wear the 3D glasses.
NOTE
• The confirmation message to select either 3D or 2D mode
is displayed on the screen once per hour.
• When the TV converts normal 2D images into 3D images,
you can display the “2D s 3D convert effect” menu to
adjust the convert effect by pressing Y.
Switching to the previous mode
You can switch back to the previous mode by pressing
3D.
Press 3D.
1
2
• A confirmation message is displayed.
Select “Yes”, and then press ENTER.
• The TV returns to the previous mode.
3D Menu
Pressing 3D in 3D mode displays the 3D menu. Press
the coloured buttons to make the necessary settings.
Buttons
Description
R button
3D brightness boost. (See page 55.)
G button
3D surround. (See page 41.)
• The surround mode changes each time
you press G.
Y button
2D s 3D convert effect. (See page 55. )
• “2D s 3D convert effect” is available
only when selecting “2D s 3D”. (refer
to Watching 2D images in 3D shown
above.)
B button
3D setup. (See page 55.)
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Configuring the TV settings to
enhance 3D image viewing
3D setup
E Basic operation
Go to “Menu” s “Setup” s “Option” s “3D setup”
s select the menu you want to set.
You can make various settings to enhance 3D image
viewing.
H 3D auto change
This function allows the TV to switch to 3D mode
automatically when a 3D identification signal is
detected.
Selected item
Description
Yes
When a 3D signal is detected, the TV
switches to 3D mode automatically.
No
Automatic change is not performed.
NOTE
• 3D signals may not be detected depending on the signal
format.
3D picture adjustments
E Basic operation
Go to “Menu” s “Setup” s “Picture” s select/
adjust the item you want to set.
NOTE
• Which items can be selected/adjusted differs depending on
whether the TV is in 2D mode or in 3D mode.
H AV mode
The audio and video settings can be changed to suit
the programme or input content being watched.
Selected item
Description
STANDARD (3D)
For a highly defined image in a normally
bright room.
MOVIE (3D)
For a movie.
GAME (3D)
Lowers image brightness for easier
viewing.
H 2D s 3D convert effect
You can adjust the 3D effect when converting images
from 2D mode to 3D mode. Select a desired level of
convert effect from e1 to e16.
NOTE
• This function is only available when converting 2D images
to 3D images.
• When you use this function, image conversion on the TV
will result in some differences in the original images and
how they appear.
• 2D images that have been converted to 3D images may be
viewed only for personal use.
H Viewing time info
This function allows you to display the elapsed time of
3D image viewing on the screen.
Selected item
Description
NOTE
• You can select “AV mode” by pressing AV MODE on the
remote control unit.
Yes
The elapsed time is displayed in
one-hour increments after you start
watching 3D images.
H 3D brightness boost
No
Hide the time.
You can adjust the backlight of the TV for 3D image
viewing.
Selected item
High
Description
The screen brightens
Middle
Low
The screen dims
H 3D test
This function displays 3D images for testing the 3D
operation. Clicking “Start” on the screen plays back 3D
test images.
NOTE
• If you press EXIT during playback, the previous screen will
be displayed.
H 3D glasses control
NOTE
• When “High” or “Low” is selected, “OPC”, “Backlight” and
“Range of OPC” are not available.
• The “3D brightness boost” is not available for 2D mode.
• The “3D brightness boost” items can be saved for every
3D “AV mode” item (“STANDARD (3D)”, “MOVIE (3D)” and
“GAME (3D)”.)
To enable this function, set the location of the TV to
“STORE”. (See page 18.) Selecting “Yes” prevents the
3D glasses from receiving 3D signals from other TVs.
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Enjoying 3D image viewing
Specifications – 3D Glasses
Product
3D glasses
Model number
AN-3DG10-S
Lens type
Liquid crystal shutter
Power supply
3 V DC
Battery
Lithium button cell (CR2032 × 1)
Battery life
Approx. 75 hours of continuous use
Dimension (W x H x D)
172.7 × 47.5 × 170.0 mm
Weight
65.0 g (including the lithium button cell)
Operating temperature
10°C to 40°C (The 3D glasses cannot operate fully at extreme
high or low temperatures. Use them within the specified usage
temperature range).
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AQUOS LINK
Controlling HDMI devices using AQUOS LINK
What is AQUOS LINK?
Using the HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) protocol, with AQUOS LINK you
can interactively operate compatible system devices (AV amplifier, DVD, Blu-ray Disc
device) .
NOTE
• Please check the availability of AQUOS LINK-compatible AQUOS BD Players and AQUOS
LINK-compatible audio systems in your country.
• AQUOS LINK does not work while using time shift functions.
What you can do with AQUOS LINK
✔ One Touch Play
While the TV is in standby mode, it automatically turns on and plays back the image
from the HDMI source.
✔ Single remote control operation
The AQUOS LINK automatically recognises the connected HDMI device and you can
control the TV and the devices as if using a universal remote control.
✔ Operating Title list of external devices
You can also call up the external player’s Top menu or AQUOS BD Player’s Title list
provided that the devices support AQUOS LINK.
✔ Controlling the AQUOS LINK-compatible audio system
You can adjust the volume and select the sound mode of the AQUOS LINKcompatible audio system.
✔ Multiple control of HDMI devices
You can select which HDMI device to operate using the “Link operation” menu.
NOTE
• Point the remote control toward the TV, not to the connected HDMI device.
• Video noise may occur depending on the type of HDMI-certified cables used. Make sure to
use a HDMI-certified cable.
• Up to 3 pieces of HDMI recording equipment and one AV amplifier can be connected using
this system.
• These operations affect the HDMI device selected as the current input source. If the device
does not operate, turn on the device and select the appropriate input source using INPUT.
• When you insert/remove HDMI-certified cables or change connections, turn on all connected
HDMI devices before turning on the TV. Confirm that picture and audio are correctly output by
selecting “INPUT4”, “INPUT5”, “INPUT6” or “INPUT7” from the “INPUT SOURCE” menu.
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AQUOS LINK
AQUOS LINK connection
First connect the AQUOS LINK-compatible audio system or an AQUOS BD Player that supports the HDMI CEC protocol.
NOTE
• Refer to the operation manual of the device to be connected for further details.
• After unplugging connection cables or changing the connection pattern, first turn on the power of the TV with all relevant
device’s power turned on. Change the external input source by pressing INPUT, select the appropriate input source and verify
the audiovisual output.
• The cables illustrated in the following explanation are commercially available items.
• The four buttons (G, I, V, H) connected by a green line are used for time shift operations for the time shift function.
Connecting an AQUOS BD Player via the AQUOS LINKcompatible audio system
HDMI-certified cable
Connecting an AQUOS BD
Player only
Optical fibre cable
(commercially
available)
HDMI-certified cable
HDMI-certified
cable
AQUOS BD Player
AQUOS BD Player
AQUOS LINK-compatible
audio system
AQUOS LINK Setup
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
AQUOS LINK control
3
Press a/b to select “AQUOS LINK setup”,
and then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Auto power on”.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “AQUOS LINK setup”
and then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “AQUOS LINK control”.
5
Press c/d to select “On”.
5
Link operation
AQUOS LINK setup
AQUOS LINK control
On
AQUOS LINK Auto power on
If this is activated, the One Touch Play function is enabled.
While the TV is in standby mode, it automatically turns on
and plays back the image from the HDMI source.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
[On]
Auto power on
Off
Setting
auto power
on by AQUOS
Selecting
recorder
LINK
Selecting channel key
NOTE
• For “AQUOS LINK control”, go to “Setup” s “Option” s
“AQUOS LINK setup” in the menu screen.
1
Press c/d to select “On”.
Audio return channel
6
[Auto]
Press MENU to exit.
NOTE
• The factory default for this item is “Off”.
• For “Auto power on”, go to “Setup” s “Option” s “AQUOS
LINK setup” in the menu screen.
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AQUOS LINK
Selecting recorder
5
Press a/b to select the input source of the
connected HDMI device you want to control
using the TV’s remote control unit.
6
Press c/d to select “On”.
You can select a recorder for the recording from several
connected recorders.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “AQUOS LINK setup”,
and then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Selecting recorder”, and
then press ENTER.
Link operation
AQUOS LINK setup
AQUOS LINK control
Auto power on
[On]
[Auto]
5
Select the recorder, and then press ENTER.
6
Press MENU to exit.
NOTE
• If you have connected the AQUOS LINK-compatible audio
system between the TV and a CEC-compatible recorder,
the input source’s indication changes from “INPUT4” to
“INPUT4 (Sub)” as it is shown below.
Selecting recorder
Selecting recorder for recording
using the [REC] button
INPUT4 (Sub)
[ 1.1.0.0 ]
:Select
Audio return channel (ARC)
If this function is set to “Auto”, the TV can send audio data for
video content shown on the TV to a connected audio device
with just one ARC-compatible cable. Using this function
eliminates the need to use a separate digital or analogue
audio cable.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “AQUOS LINK setup”,
and then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Audio return channel”.
5
Press c/d to select “Auto” or “Off”.
6
Press MENU to exit.
[Off]
Selecting recorder
Selecting recorder for recording
using the [REC] button
Audio return channel
NOTE
• For “Selecting channel key”, go to “Setup” s “Option” s
“AQUOS LINK setup” in the menu screen.
RETURN :Back
Connection for using “Audio return channel”
You need to use ARC-compatible cables/devices and
connect to the INPUT4 terminal to activate this function. The
connection method is the same as the “Connecting an
AQUOS BD Player only” on page 58.
NOTE
• For “Audio return channel”, go to “Setup” s “Option” s
“AQUOS LINK setup” in the menu screen.
• The ARC (Audio Return Channel) function works only
when using the INPUT4 terminal.
• For “Selecting recorder”, go to “Setup” s “Option” s
“AQUOS LINK setup” in the menu screen.
Selecting channel key
This function allows you to select the channel of the
connected HDMI device using the TV’s remote control unit.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “AQUOS LINK setup”,
and then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Selecting channel key”,
and then press ENTER.
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AQUOS LINK
Operating an AQUOS LINK device
AQUOS LINK allows you to operate the HDMIconnected device with one remote control.
This section explains how to play back a title in the
AQUOS BD Player.
1
Power on the AQUOS BD Player and select
the appropriate external input.
• See this page, section “Playback of titles using
AQUOS LINK” if you want to start playback using
the list of the titles of the AQUOS BD Player.
2
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
Press J to fast forward.
Press G to reverse.
Press H to stop.
Press F to pause.
Press SOURCE to turn the HDMI-connected
device on/off.
3
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
4
Press a/b to select “Top menu/title list”, and
then press ENTER.
Use the following procedure to start playback.
1 Press I to start playback of a title.
2
Playback of titles using AQUOS LINK
Link operation
Use the following procedure to start recording.
Check the following items before recording.
Recorder power on/off
Top menu/title list
Setup menu
Media change
Recorder EPG
Change audio output device
• Make sure the antenna cable is connected properly.
• Check if the recording media (HDD, DVD, etc.) has enough
capacity for recording a programme.
• Select the equipment for recording in Selecting Recorder.
1
After you selected recording media (HDD,
DVD, etc.) in the menu, please make sure the
recording menu in the ready condition.
2
Press E to record a programme.
3
Press H to stop recording.
[By AQUOS audio SP]
Sound mode change
Model select
AQUOS LINK setup
• The linked recorder now powers on and the TV
automatically selects the appropriate external
input source.
• The title list data from the connected AQUOS BD
Player displays.
Recorder power on/off
This function is for turning of the CEC-compatible
recorder on/off.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “Recorder power on/off”,
and then press ENTER.
4
Every time you press ENTER in “Recorder
power on/off” , the CEC-compatible recorder
will be turned on/off.
5
Select the title with a/b/c/d, and then
press I to start playback.
Setup menu
You can call up the menu of an HDMI CEC-compatible
external device (player, recorder, decoder, etc.) using the
“Setup menu” function.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “Setup menu”, and then
press ENTER.
NOTE
• If a connected device does not have this function or the device is in
a status where the menu cannot be displayed (recording, entering
standby, etc.), this function may not be available.
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AQUOS LINK
Selecting media type for CEC-compatible recorder
If your recorder has multiple storage media, select the
media type here.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “Media change”, and
then press ENTER.
4
Select the desired medium, such as DVD or
HDD. The media type changes every time you
press ENTER.
Recording via the CEC-compatible
recorder’s EPG (only for recorders)
You can all up the CEC-compatible recorder’s EPG
and preset timer recordings using the TV’s remote
control.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “Recorder EPG”, and
then press ENTER.
Listening with the AQUOS TV speaker
system
You can choose to listen to the TV sound only from the
AQUOS TV speaker system.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “Change audio output
device”, and then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “By AQUOS SP”, and
then press ENTER.
Manually changing the AQUOS LINKcompatible audio system’s sound mode
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “Sound mode change”.
Link operation
Recorder power on/off
Top menu/title list
Setup menu
Media change
RecorderEPG
Change audio output device
• The external input sorce switches and the
recorder’s EPG is displayed.
4
Select the programme to record.
• You can use a/b/c/d, RETURN, EXIT and
the coloured buttons.
NOTE
• Refer to the operation manual of the recorder for details.
[By AQUOS audio SP]
Sound mode change
Model select
AQUOS LINK setup
Listening with the AQUOS LINKcompatible audio system
You can choose to listen to the TV sound only from the
AQUOS LINK-compatible audio system.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
4
• Refer to the operation manual of the AQUOS
LINK-compatible audio system for details.
1
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “Change audio output
device”, and then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “By AQUOS audio SP”,
and then press ENTER.
• The sound from the TV speaker and headphone
terminal is silenced and only the sound from the
AQUOS LINK-compatible audio system is audible.
• You can use VOL k/l and e (Mute).
The sound mode changes every time you
press ENTER.
HDMI device selection
If multiple HDMI devices are connected in a daisy
chain, you can specify which device to control here.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Link operation”.
3
Press a/b to select “Model select”, and then
press ENTER. The HDMI device changes
every time you press ENTER.
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Settings when using external devices
Settings when using HDMI output devices
HDMI terminals can carry audio and visual signals to the TV with an HDMI certified cable. When you want to output
the audio and picture from an HDMI output device on the TV, select “INPUT4”, “INPUT5”, “INPUT6” or “INPUT7”
by switching the input source.
Connecting an HDMI output device
HDMI cable
(commercially
available)
HDMI output device
w HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
Auto View
1
To watch an HDMI equipment image, select
“INPUT4”, “INPUT5”, “INPUT6” or “INPUT7”
using INPUT on the remote control unit or on
the TV.
2
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
3
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
4
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
5
Press a/b to select “Terminal setting”, and
then press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select “HDMI auto view”, and
then press ENTER.
• The HDMI auto view can be selected only when
“INPUT4”, “INPUT5”, “INPUT6” or INPUT7 is
selected.
Menu
CH list
Setup
:Enter
7
Press a/b to select the desired item, and
then press ENTER.
Selected item
Enable/Disable
Τerminal setting
Audio select for connecting HDMI
When connecting HDMI to the INPUT5 terminal, and
inputting analogue audio signals from the AUDIO IN
terminal.
Go to “MENU” s “Setup” s “Option” s “Terminal
setting” s “Audio select”.
[]
HDMI auto view
[Enable]
Allow HDMI view mode to change
Description
HDMI (Digital)
When connecting devices with HDMI
cable to the INPUT5 terminal.
HDMI +
Analogue
When connecting devices with HDMI
cable to the INPUT5 terminal and
inputting analogue audio signals from
the AUDIO IN terminal.
Input skip
Input label
Set whether or not to use WIDE
MODE based on signal recognition,
including an HDMI signal.
NOTE
• Refer to your external equipment operation manual for the
above settings.
• When connecting a DVI-HDMI conversion adaptor/cable to
the HDMI terminal, the image may not come in clearly.
Selected item
:Back Option
Description
NOTE
• You must set this to “HDMI+Analogue” when connecting
devices with an HDMI-certified cable to the INPUT5
terminal. If “HDMI (Digital)” is set, there will be no sound
output.
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Settings when using external devices
Selecting the input source
Can use for selecting the input source.
Labelling input sources
You can assign each input source a label as you
prefer.
Using INPUT on the remote control unit or on the
TV
INPUT allows you to choose from the available input
sources.
1
Press INPUT on the remote control unit or on
the TV.
1
Press INPUT to select the desired input
source.
2
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
3
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
4
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
5
Press a/b to select “Terminal setting”, and
then press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select “Input label”, and then
press ENTER.
7
Select each character of the new name for the
channel with using the software keyboard.
(See page 24.)
8
Repeat the above until the name is fully spelt
out, and then press MENU.
• The name can be 6 characters or less.
• When you want to set an input source name of
less than 6 characters, select “Cancel”.
Menu
Link
operation
:Enter
2
Press INPUT on the remote control unit or on
the TV to select the input source.
• The image and sound from the selected source
are output on the TV.
• You can also select the input source by pressing
a/b.
CH list
:Exit
INPUT
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT3
INPUT4
INPUT5
DVD
INPUT7
Not switchable
Switchable
Switchable
Switchable
Switchable
Switchable
Switchable
USB
Switchable
Home network
Switchable
(Example)
NOTE
• You cannot change labels if the input source is “ATV” or
“DTV”.
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Settings when using external devices
Headphone/Audio out select
You can select which device is used for outputting
audio.
Skipping an input
This setting allows you to skip an input on the “Input
skip” menu.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
4
Press a/b to select “Terminal setting”, and
then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Terminal setting”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Headphone/Audio out
select”, and then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Input skip”, and then
press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select the desired item, and
then press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select the Input (INPUT2 to
INPUT7) you wish to skip.
Menu
Selected item
Headphone
Audio out
CH list
Description
:Enter
Output audio through headphones.
Setup
:Back
Τerminal setting
Input skip
INPUT2
Output audio through an A/V receiver
or surround audio controller.
Yes
NOTE
• If you select “Audio out” when a cable is inserted in the
AUDIO IN terminal, the TV speakers are muted.
• When you select “Audio out”, you can adjust the TV sound
volume with the VOLk/l buttons on the TV or on the
remote control unit.
No
Skip Input selection of RGB
INPUT6(HDMI)
CAUTION
• This terminal is also used for headphones. Reduce the
volume before using headphones. Overwhelming sound
may damage your hearing.
[No]
INPUT3(RGB)
INPUT7(HDMI)
7
Press c/d to select “Yes”.
8
Press MENU to exit.
[No]
[No]
Colour system settings
You can change the colour system to one that is
compatible with the image on the screen.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
4
Press a/b to select “Colour system”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select a compatible video signal
system of your equipment, and then press ENTER.
Auto
PAL
SECAM
NTSC3.58
NTSC4.43
PAL-60
NOTE
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• Factory preset value is “Auto”.
• If “Auto” is selected, colour system for input signal is automatically
set. If an image does not display clearly, select another colour
system (e.g. PAL, NTSC 4.43).
• You can choose from “Auto”, “PAL”, “SECAM”, “NTSC3.58” and
“NTSC4.43” in the “ATV” mode.
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Settings when using external devices
Channel selecting effect
This function sets a screen effect when choosing or
changing channels.
LED Illumination
This function makes the LED on the front of TV
illuminated in several ways.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
4
Press a/b to select “Screen effect” and then
press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Illumination”, and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Channel selecting
effect”.
5
Press a/b to select the desired item, and
then press ENTER.
6
• After you select “Off” or “Standby”, press c/d to
select “Yes” and then press ENTER.
Press c/d to select “Yes”.
Selected item
Description
Off
The LED is not illuminated.
Standby
The LED is illuminated while the TV is
in standby mode.
Watch
The LED is illuminated while you
watch TV.
Always
The LED is illuminated all the time.
NOTE
• The factory default for this item is “Watch”. Set to “Off” if
you do not want the LED to illuminate.
• The LED is illuminated in white for 2D mode.
• The LED is illuminated in blue for 3D mode.
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Connecting a PC
Use the PC terminals to connect a PC.
Analogue Connection
RGB cable
(Commercially
available)
ANALOGUE
RGB
Ø 3.5 mm stereo
minijack cable
(Commercially
available)
AUDIO
(L/R)
PC
Signal names for 15-pin mini D-sub connector
Pin No.
5
4
10
15
13
1
6
7
8
9
14
2
3
12
11
Signal name
R
G
B
Not connected
CSYNC
Pin No.
Signal name
GND (Ground)
GND (Ground)
GND (Ground)
+5V
GND (Ground)
Pin No.
Signal name
Not connected
SDA
HD
VD
SCL
NOTE
• Macintosh adaptor may be required for use for some Macintosh computers.
• Pin No. 5 is not used for inputting the signal.
Audio select for connecting a PC
HDMI Connection
PC
HDMI-certified cable
INPUT 4,5,6,7
When using the INPUT3 (PC) terminal, you must select
which terminal uses the AUDIO (R/L) jack for analogue
audio input.
Go to “MENU” s “Setup” s “Option” s “Terminal
setting” s “Audio select”.
Selected item
PC
ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack cable*
DVI/HDMI cable
Description
Video
When connecting devices with AV
cable to the INPUT3 (PC) terminal,
display images without audio.
Video+Audio
When connecting a PC to the INPUT3
(PC) terminal, and inputting analogue
audio signals from the AUDIO IN
terminal.
INPUT 4,5,6,7
NOTE
* The analogue audio input is available only for INPUT3/5.
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Connecting a PC
Displaying a PC image on the screen
Selecting the picture size
1
Press WIDE.
• The WIDE MODE menu displays.
You can select the picture size as illustrated below.
WIDE MODE
Normal
Cinema
Full
Dot by Dot
or
WIDE MODE
Normal
Cinema
Full
Using Wide mode on the menu screen
or
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
4
Press a/b to select “Option for view”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Wide mode”, and then
press ENTER.
WIDE MODE
Normal
Full
Dot by Dot
a
Picture size images.
Input Signal
1024g768
Input Signal
1360g768
Normal
Keeps the original
aspect ratio in a full
screen display.
Normal
Keeps the original
aspect ratio in a full
screen display.
(Example)
2
Press WIDE or a/b to select a desired item
on the menu.
NOTE
• Connect the PC before making adjustments.
• Selectable picture size may vary with input signal type.
• You may not be able to change the wide mode while in 3D
mode.
Cinema
Full
An image fully fills the
For viewing wide
screen programs. The screen.
top and bottom of
the image is slightly
cropped.
Full
Dot by Dot
Detects the resolution
of the signal and
displays an image
with the same number
of pixels on the
screen.
Dot by Dot
An image fully fills the Detects the resolution
screen.
of the signal and
displays an image
with the same number
of pixels on the
screen.
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Connecting a PC
Adjusting the PC image automatically
This function enables the screen to be automatically
adjusted to its best possible condition when the
analogue terminals of the TV and PC are connected
with a commercially available RGB cable, etc.
Adjusting the PC image manually
Ordinarily you can easily adjust the picture as
necessary to change image position using Auto Sync.
In some cases, however, manual adjustment is needed
to optimise the image.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Option”.
4
Press a/b to select “Terminal setting”, and
then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Terminal setting”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “PC input” and then
press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “PC input” and then
press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select “Auto sync.”.
6
Press a/b to select “Fine sync.”, and then
press ENTER.
7
Press a/b to select a specific adjustment
item among “H-Pos.”, “V-Pos.”, “Clock” and
“Phase”.
7
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
1
• Auto Sync. starts.
Fine sync.
Menu
CH list
:Enter
Image position adjustment, etc.
Setup
H-Pos.
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-1
PC input
-89
+90
V-Pos.
Auto sync.
Yes
0
No
0
Audio select
[Video + Audio]
+6
-90
+90
Phase
-12
NOTE
• Auto Sync. is likely to succeed when an input PC image
has wide vertical stripes (e.g. pattern with high contrast
stripes, or cross-hatched).
It may fail when an input PC image is solid (low contrast).
• Be sure to connect the PC to the TV and switch it on
before starting Auto Sync.
• This function is available for 3D images converted from 2D
images or normal 2D images.
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Clock
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-20
+20
Reset
Selected item
Description
H-Pos.
Centres the image by moving it to the left
or right.
V-Pos.
Centres the image by moving it up or
down.
Clock
Adjusts when the image flickers with
vertical stripes.
Phase
Adjusts when characters have low
contrast or when the image flickers.
8
Press c/d to adjust the item to your desired
position.
NOTE
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• For resetting all adjustment items to the factory preset values, press
a/b to select “Reset”, and then press ENTER.
• Images may not be displayed properly depending on the settings
and/or input signals.
• This function is available for 3D images converted from 2D images
or normal 2D images.
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Connecting a PC
PC Control of the TV
• When a programme is set, the TV can be controlled from the PC using the RS-232C terminal.
The input signal (PC/video) can be selected, the volume can be adjusted and various other adjustments and
settings can be made, enabling automatic programmed playing.
• Attach an RS-232C cable cross-type (commercially available) to the Din/D-sub RS-232C for the connections.
NOTE
• This operation system should be used by a person who is accustomed to using PCs.
Communication conditions
Set the RS-232C communications settings on the PC to match the communications conditions of the TV. The
communications settings of the TV are as follows:
Baud rate:
9,600 bps
Data length:
8 bits
Parity bit:
None
Stop bit:
1 bit
Flow control:
None
Communication procedure
Send the control commands from the PC via the RS-232C connector.
The TV operates according to the received command and sends a response message to the PC.
Do not send multiple commands at the same time. Wait until the PC receives the OK response before sending the
next command.
Command format
Eight ASCII codes e CR
C1 C2 C3 C4 P1 P2 P3
Command 4-digits
Parameter 4-digits
P4
Command 4-digits: Command. The text of four characters.
Parameter 4-digits: Parameter 0 - 9, space, ?
Return code
Parameter
Input the parameter values, aligning left, and fill with space(s) for the remainder. (Be sure that four values are input for the
parameter.)
When the input parameter is not correct, “ERR” returns. (Refer to “Response code format”.)
0
0
0
0
a
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
5
9
5
When “?” is input for some commands, the present setting value responds.
?
?
?
?
?
Response code format
Normal response
O
K
Problem response (communication error or incorrect command)
E
Return code (0DH)
R
R
Return code (0DH)
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Connecting a PC
PC compatibility chart
Resolution
Horizontal Frequency Vertical Frequency Analogue (D-Sub)
Digital (HDMI)
VESA Standard
VGA
640 g 480
31.5 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
✔
SVGA
800 g 600
37.9 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
✔
XGA
1024 g 768
48.4 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
✔
WXGA
1360 g 768
47.7 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
✔
SXGA
1280 g 1024
64.0 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
✔
SXGA+
1400 g1050
65.3 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
✔
UXGA
1600 g1200
75.0 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
✔
1080p
1920 g1080
67.5 kHz
60 Hz
✔
✔
—
NOTE
• This TV has only limited PC compatibility, correct operation can only be guaranteed if the video card conforms exactly to the VESA 60Hz
standard. Any variations from this standard will result in picture distortions.
Power Management is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
VGA and XGA are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corp.
RS-232C commands list
Commands
• Commands not indicated here are not guaranteed to operate.
CONTROL ITEM
COMMAND
PARAMETER
CONTROL CONTENTS
CONTROL ITEM
WIDE MODE
COMMAND
PARAMETER
CONTROL CONTENTS
W
I
D E 4 _
_
_
FULL (AV)
W
I
D E 5 _
_
_
CINEMA 16:9 (AV)
POWER SETTING
P O W R 0 _
_
_
POWER OFF (STANDBY)
W
I
D E 6 _
_
_
CINEMA 14:9 (AV)
INPUT SELECTION
I
T
G D _
_
_
_
INPUT SWITCHING (TOGGLE)
W
I
D E 7 _
_
_
NORMAL (PC)
I
T
V D _
_
_
_
ATV (CHANNEL FIXED)
W
I
D E 8 _
_
_
CINEMA (PC)
I
D
T V _
_
_
_
DTV (CHANNEL FIXED)
W
I
D E 9 _
_
_
FULL (PC)
I
A
V D *
_
_
_
INPUT1~7 (1-7)
W
I
D E 1 0
_
_
DOT BY DOT (AV/PC)
D C C H *
*
_
_
TV DIRECT CHANNEL (1–99)
W
I
D E 1 1
_
_
UNDERSCAN (AV)
C H U P _
_
_
_
CHANNEL UP
W
I
D E 1 2
_
_
C H D W _
_
_
_
CHANNEL DOWN
AUTO (During playback USB/
Home network video only)
W
I
D E 1 3
_
_
ORIGINAL (During playback USB/
Home network video only)
M U
T E 0 _
_
_
TOGGLE
M U
T E 1 _
_
_
MUTE ON
M U
T E 2 _
_
_
MUTE OFF
A
C
S U 0 _
_
_
SURROUND TOGGLE
A
C
S U 1 _
_
_
SRS TS HD ON
A
C
S U 2 _
_
_
SURROUND OFF
A
C
S U 4 _
_
_
SURROUND 3D HALL
A
C
S U 5 _
_
_
SURROUND 3D MOVIE
A
C
S U 6 _
_
_
SURROUND 3D STANDARD
AUDIO CHANGE
A
C H A _
_
_
_
TOGGLE
SLEEP TIMER
O
F
T M 0 _
_
_
OFF
O
F
T M 1 _
_
_
SLEEP TIMER 30 MIN
O
F
T M 2 _
_
_
SLEEP TIMER 1 HOUR
O
F
T M 3 _
_
_
SLEEP TIMER 1 HOUR 30 MIN
O
F
T M 4 _
_
_
SLEEP TIMER 2 HOUR
O
F
T M 5 _
_
_
SLEEP TIMER 2 HOUR 30 MIN
T
E
X T 0 _
_
_
TEXT OFF
T
E
X T 1 _
_
_
TEXT ON (TOGGLE)
P G *
*
_
DIRECT PAGE JUMP (100-899)
3D OFF
CHANNEL
D
T
V D *
*
*
_
DTV DIRECT CHANNEL (1-999)
D
T
U P _
_
_
_
DTV CHANNEL UP
D
T
D W _
_
_
_
DTV CHANNEL DOWN
A
V M D 0 _
_
_
TOGGLE
A
V M D 1 _
_
_
STANDARD
A
V M D 2 _
_
_
MOVIE
A
V M D 3 _
_
_
GAME
A
V M D 4 _
_
_
USER
A
V M D 5 _
_
_
DYNAMIC (Fixed)
A
V M D 6 _
_
_
DYNAMIC
A
V M D 7 _
_
_
PC
A
V M D 8 _
_
_
x.v.Colour
A
V M D 1 0
0
_
AUTO
A
V M D 1 4
_
_
STANDARD (3D)
A
V M D 1 5
_
_
MOVIE (3D)
A
V M D 1 6
_
_
GAME (3D)
VOLUME
V
O
L M *
*
_
_
VOLUME (0–60)
POSITION
H
P O S *
*
*
_
H-POSITION (AV) (fnn ~ nn)
AV MODE SELECTION
WIDE MODE
H
P O S *
*
*
_
H-POSITION (PC) (fnn ~ nn)
V
P O S *
*
*
_
V-POSITION (AV) (fnn ~ nn)
MUTE
SURROUND
TEXT
D C
*
V
P O S *
*
*
_
V-POSITION (PC) (fnn ~ nn)
T
D C H 0 _
_
_
C
L
C K *
*
*
_
CLOCK (0–180)
T
D C H 1 _
_
_
2D s 3D
P
H
S E *
*
*
_
PHASE (0–40)
T
D C H 2 _
_
_
SIDE BY SIDE
W
I
D E 0 _
_
_
TOGGLE (AV)
T
D C H 3 _
_
_
TOP AND BOTTOM
W
I
D E 1 _
_
_
NORMAL (AV)
T
D C H 4 _
_
_
3D s 2D (SIDE BY SIDE)
W
I
D E 2 _
_
_
ZOOM 14:9 (AV)
T
D C H 5 _
_
_
3D s 2D (TOP AND BOTTOM)
W
I
D E 3 _
_
_
PANORAMA (AV)
T
D C H 6 _
_
_
3D AUTO
T
D C H 7 _
_
_
3D s 2D
3D
NOTE
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• If an underbar (_) appears in the parameter column, enter a space.
• If an asterisk (*) appears, enter a value in the range indicated in
brackets under CONTROL CONTENTS.
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Teletext function
About Teletext
What is teletext?
Teletext broadcasts pages of information and
entertainment to specially equipped television sets.
Your TV receives teletext signals broadcast by a TV
network, and decodes them into graphical format for
viewing. News, weather reports, sports information,
stock exchange prices and programme previews are
among the many services available.
TELETEXT
Teletext mode
Teletext is turned on/off with m on the remote control
unit. You can operate your TV in Teletext mode directly
by inputting commands with the remote control unit.
TELETEXT
When viewing the teletext information
• Press CHr to increase the page number.
• Press CHs to decrease the page number.
Button functions
Colour (Red/Green/Yellow/Blue):
You can select a group or block of pages displayed
in the coloured brackets at the bottom of the screen
by pressing the corresponding Colour (Red/Green/
Yellow/Blue) on the remote control unit.
TELETEXT
Red
Green
Yellow
Blue
0 - 9:
Directly select any page from 100 to 899 by using 0 - 9.
Turning on and off teletext
k (Reveal hidden for teletext):
To reveal hidden information such as an answer to a
quiz, press k.
• Press k again to hide the information.
1
Select a TV channel or external input source
providing the Teletext programme.
2
Press m to display the teletext.
3
Press m again to display the teletext on the
right screen and normal image on the left
screen.
3 (Hold):
To stop updating teletext pages automatically, press 3.
• Press 3 again to release the hold mode.
[ (Subtitle for teletext):
Display the subtitle screen when the service contains
subtitle information.
NOTE
• Teletext will not work in 3D mode.
• Each time you press m, the screen switches as
shown to the upper right.
• If you select a programme with no Teletext signal,
“No Teletext available” is displayed.
• The same message displays during other modes if
no teletext signal is available.
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Teletext function
Teletext language setting
If Teletext information does not display correctly,
perform the procedure below.
Select from among 4 kinds of language tables: West
Europe, East Europe, Greek/Turkish, Cyrillic.
Each table is compatible with the Teletext languages
listed below.
Initial teletext page setting
If you set the language of the initial page (this page
is displayed for the first time after pressing m.) for
teletext in DTV mode, it will start from the selected
language page.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting”, and
then press ENTER.
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Initial teletext page”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Text language”, and
then press ENTER.
6
Press a/b/c/d to select the desired
language, and then press ENTER.
6
Press a/b to select receivable teletext
broadcasting language in your country.
NOTE
Text language
• This function is available for teletext in DTV mode. This is not
available for teletext in ATV or external input mode.
• If the initial teletext page of the selected language in this
function is not included in a received broadcast, the default
initial page will be displayed.
Teletext language settings
West Europe
East Europe
Greek/Turkish
Cyrillic
:Select
RETURN :Back
• West Europe — English, French, Scandinavian,
Turkish, German, Spanish, Italian
• East Europe — Polish, French, Scandinavian,
Czech, German, Slovenian/Croatian, Italian,
Rumanian
• Greek/Turkish — English, French, Scandinavian,
Turkish, German, Spanish, Italian, Greek
• Cyrillic — English, Russian, Estonian, Czech,
German, Slovenian/Croatian, Ukrainian, Lettish
NOTE
• Teletext can display only when it is sent by a network. Not
used to convert between languages.
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Teletext function
Displaying Subpages
You can display subpages as they are transmitted.
Switching subtitle languages
Refer to “Switching subtitle languages”on page 29.
Using the MHEG-5 application
Some services bring you programmes with the MHEG
application encoded, letting you experience DTV
interactively. When provided, the MHEG-5 application
will start when you press m.
NOTE
• This function is not available for models for the Australia
market.
• MHEG-5 may not be displayed properly in 3D mode.
1
Press m to display Teletext.
2
Press 1 to display the subpage as shown
below.
Subpage screen
–
3
+
Select the desired subpage by using CHr/
CHs, Red or Green.
• 0 - 9 directly selects the desired subpage.
4
Press 1 to exit the subpage screen.
Displaying Subtitles
You can display subtitles as they are transmitted.
1
Press [ to display the subtitle.
2
Press [ to exit the subtitle screen.
• Subtitle is updated by information sent by the
broadcasting station.
NOTE
• Subtitle will not be displayed when the service does not
contain subtitle information.
• Subtitle may not be displayed properly in 3D mode.
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Other useful features
Connecting a USB device
Connect a USB device to the TV as shown below.
• The TV automatically switches to the USB mode when a
USB device is inserted in the USB terminal (this does not
work when using the time shift function).
• Depending on the USB device, the TV may not be able to
recognise the contained data.
• Use only alphanumeric characters for naming files.
• File names over 80 characters (may vary depending on
character set) may not be displayed.
• Do not disconnect a USB device or memory card from the
TV while transferring files, when a screen is switching to
another or before you exit “USB” from “INPUT” in the “CH
list” menu.
• Do not connect and disconnect a USB device from the TV
repeatedly.
Ethernet setup
You may need to setup the TV for a Home network
server.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Ethernet setup”, and
then press ENTER.
• Check that numbers are displayed for each
setting.
• Specify the numbers by following the on-screen
instructions.
Setting Ethernet info.
[Current setup]
IP address : Auto
: Auto
Netmask
: Auto
Gateway
: Auto
DNS
MAC address : xx xx xx xx xx xx
Change
CAUTION
• Do not use a USB extension cable when connecting a USB
device to the USB terminal of the TV.
• Using a USB extension cable may prevent the TV from
performing correctly.
5
Initialize
Press MENU to exit.
Connecting a Home network server
Connect a Home network server to the TV as shown
below. This function is available via Windows 7.
1 Home network server
2 LAN cable
3 Router
NOTE
• Depending on the Home network server, the TV may not
be able to recognise the contained data.
• Use only alphanumeric characters for naming files.
• File names over 80 characters (may vary depending on the
character set) may not be displayed.
• Do not disconnect a Home network server from the TV
while transferring files, when a screen is switching to
another or before you exit “Home network” from “INPUT” in
the “CH list” menu.
• Do not connect and disconnect a Home network server
from the TV repeatedly.
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Other useful features
Video mode
USB media/Home network
Folder 1
Select “USB” or “Home network” from “INPUT”
in the "CH list" menu to enter this mode or the TV
automatically switches to the USB/Home network
mode when a USB device/a Home network server is
connected to the TV.
USB media
In this mode, you can enjoy viewing photos, listening to
music and watching videos from external USB devices.
Home network
In this mode, you can enjoy viewing photos, listening
to music and watching videos from external Home
network server.
Folder 2
16 Files
8 Files
Folder 3
15 Files
Video 01.wmv
Video 02.wmv
Video 03.wmv
Video 04.wmv
Video 05.wmv
Video 06.wmv
Video 07.wmv
Video 08.wmv
Folder 4
15 Files
Folder 5
10 Files
1
Press c/d to select “Video mode”, and then
press ENTER.
2
Press c/d to select the desired folder or
directory, and then press ENTER.
3
Press a/b to select the desired video.
NOTE
• You cannot enter the USB mode when there is no USB device.
• “Wide mode” is fixed during the Photo and Music modes. (It is
available for USB/Home network Video mode.) During playback
USB/Home network video, you can select “Auto” or “Original”.
H Selecting modes and devices
Music mode
Video mode
Buttons for video mode
Buttons
Description
ENTER
When selecting a folder icon: Enter this
directory.
When selecting a video file: Display the
video in full screen.
a/b/c/d (Cursor)
Select a desired item.
RETURN
Return to the previous operation.
R button
Select/deselect videos shown in auto
play in the USB mode.
Move to the parent folder in the Home
network mode.
B button
Go to the USB menu.
This is not available in the Home
network mode.
Photo mode
1
Press B and the screen below displays.
H USB mode
USB MENU ... Select USB drive
Select USB drive
Drive 1
: Select
: Enter
: Exit
Press c/d to select the drive where you want
to find your files.
Selecting the picture size
Press WIDE.
1
2
H Home network mode
• The WIDE MODE menu displays.
Press WIDE or a/b while the WIDE MODE
menu displays on the screen.
Home network menu
Select a server
Server 1
: Select
2
3
: Enter
: Back
: Search again
Auto
: Exit
Press a/b to select the server where you
want to find your files.
Press Y to search again for servers.
Press c/d to select among “Video mode”,
“Music mode” and “Photo mode”.
Original
Item
Auto
Keeps the original aspect ratio and enlarges the
picture as much as possible.
Original
Keeps the original aspect ratio and size.
Press ENTER.
NOTE
• You cannot enter “Photo”, “Music” or “Video” mode when the
server is not connected to the TV in Home network mode.
• You do not need to select the drive/server in step 1 when there is
only one drive in the connected USB device or there is only one
Home network server connected to the TV.
• 16 is the maximum number of USB drives and 10 is the maximum
number of Home network servers that can be displayed.
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Other useful features
H Viewing video
Music mode
Video_01.wmv
Folder 1*
*
Folder 2*
16 Files
*
Folder 3*
15 Files
Song_01.mp3
Song_02.mp3
Song_03.mp3
Song_04.mp3
Song_05.mp3
Song_06.mp3
Song_07.mp3
Song_08.mp3
Song_09.mp3
Folder 4*
15 Files
Folder 5*
10 Files
* This bar is not shown in the “Home network” screen.
Video_01.wmv
0:00:05 538
0:00:05 / 0:03:34
: Previous/Next
11 Files
: REW/FWD
: Play/Pause
: Back
: Resume jump
: Stop
: Guide off/On
* This screen image is for the USB mode. It may be slightly
different in the Home network mode.
Buttons for full screen display operation
Buttons
Buttons for music mode
Buttons
Description
ENTER
When selecting a folder icon: Enter this
directory.
When selecting a music file: Play the
music.
Description
3D
Switch between 2D and 3D modes.
a/b (Cursor)
Select a desired item.
ENTER
Play/Pause the video.
c (Cursor)
Page up.
d (Cursor)
Page down.
a (Cursor)
Go to the beginning of the file by
pressing a once and the previous file
by pressing a twice.
RETURN
Return to the previous operation.
b (Cursor)
Go to the next file.
R button
d (Cursor)
USB mode: The FWD speed changes every
time you press d. After playing to the end, the
player goes to the next file and starts to play.
Home network mode: Jump forward in a video.
Select or deselect music or play
automatically in the USB mode.
Go to the parent folder in the Home
network mode.
G button
Stop music.
Y button
Play/Pause music in the USB mode.
Play music in the Home network mode.
c (Cursor)
USB mode: The REW speed changes every
time you press c . After going back to the
beginning, the player starts to play the same file.
Home network mode: Jump back in a video.
B button
Go to the USB menu.
This is not available in the Home network
mode.
RETURN
Return to the video list screen.
R button
Resume jump. (Jump to the scene where
playback was last stopped.)
This is not available in the Home network mode.
G button
Stop the video.
Y button
Reveal/hide the guide display.
[ button
Each time you press [ on the remote
control, the subtitle switches.
This is not available in the Home
network mode.
MPX button
Each time you press MPX button, the
audio tracks switch.
This is not available in the Home
network mode.
NOTE
• When there are invalid music files, the g mark will be displayed for
the file.
• The displayed play time may differ slightly from the actual play time
depending on the files.
Tool
PLAY
0:04:11 / 0:07:42
CONTROL button
Resume
jump
*Control panel
shown to the
left displays and
operations for
video playback will
be available.
NOTE
• The key guide is set to ON when playback is resumed.
• Instead of pressing buttons on the remote control unit, the
operations above are also available on the screen with the
operation panel. You can display this operation panel by selecting
“Control(USB)” or “Control(Home network)” from “Tool” or “Setup”
s “Option”s “Option for view” on the screen.
• Reverse/fast forward continues from one file to another during
continuous playback in the USB mode. Jump forward/back may
not be available depending on the files in the Home network mode.
* This screen image is for the USB mode. It may be slightly different in
the Home network mode.
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Other useful features
Photo mode
3D mode
H Viewing thumbnails
...
*
Folder 1*
Folder 2*
Folder 3*
Folder 4*
You can view photos in 3D mode.
Press B to display the “USB MENU” screen.
1
2
Picture_01.jpg
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3984KB
3072 x 2304
Press a/b to select “3D display”, and then
press ENTER.
• See pages 49 to 56 and 81 for details on the 3D
function.
* This bar is not shown in the “Home network” screen.
Buttons for thumbnail operations
Buttons
Description
ENTER
When selecting a folder icon: Enter this
directory.
When selecting a photo thumbnail: Display
the photo in full screen.
a/b/c/d (Cursor)
Select a desired item.
R button
Select/deselect photos shown in the slide
show in the USB mode.
Move to the parent folder in the Home
network mode.
G button
Selecting BGM.
This is not available in the Home network
mode.
Y button
Slide show
B button
Go to the USB menu in the USB mode.
Go to the Home network menu in the Home
network mode.
NOTE
• In 3D mode, you cannot rotate the photos.
• You can select “3D display” from “USB MENU” only when the
thumbnails screen for the photo mode in USB mode is displayed on
the screen.
H USB menu
You can set each function for each mode in the USB
mode.
H Home network menu
You can set each function for each mode in the Home
network mode.
DivX® setup
This is the function to confirm your registration code.
NOTE
• When there are invalid photo files, the g mark will be displayed for the file.
• The 3D mode icon appears on the thumbnails of 3D images. If you
do not switch to 3D mode for the 3D images, they will be displayed
in 2D.
• You can see the file name, shooting date, file size and pixel size of
the selected photo in the lower-left corner of the screen (shooting
date is only available in the EXIF file format).
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “DivX(R) setup”, and then
press ENTER.
H Viewing photos in full screen
H DivX® VOD registration
Buttons for full screen display operation
You need to visit the DivX® main page to register your
TV, then you can play DivX® content.
Buttons
Description
c/d (Cursor)
Go to the previous/next photo in the
same directory.
RETURN
Return to the thumbnail selection screen.
3D
Switch between 2D and 3D modes.
R button
Rotate the photo by 90 degrees to the left.
G button
Rotate the photo by 90 degrees to the right.
Y button
Reveal/hide the guide display.
H DivX® VOD deregistration
You can find the deregistration code.
NOTE
• Visit www.DivX.com for more information about DivX® VOD.
NOTE
• Rotating photos only applies to the temporarily selected item and
this setting is not saved.
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Other useful features
List of files compatible with USB mode
USB device
USB Memory, USB card reader (Mass Storage class)
File system
FAT/FAT32
Photo file format
JPEG (.jpg) (DCF2.0 compliant), MP(.mpo) (CIPA DC-007)
Music file format
MP3 (.mp3)
Bitrate: 32 k, 40 k, 48 k, 56 k, 64 k, 80 k, 96 k, 112 k, 128 k, 160 k, 192 k, 224 k, 256 k, 320 kbps
Sampling frequency: 32 k, 44.1 k, 48 kHz
Video file format
File extension
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Container
Video
Audio
*.avi
AVI
DivX 3.11/4.x/5.1/6.0
XviD
H.264
MPEG4
Motion Jpeg
MP3
Dolby Digital
LPCM
ADPCM
*.mkv
MKV
DivX 3.11/4.x/5.1/6.0
XviD
H.264
MPEG4
MP3
Dolby Digital
LPCM
ADPCM
*.asf
ASF
DivX 3.11/4.x/5.1/6.0
XviD
H.264
MPEG4
VC-1
MP3
Dolby Digital
LPCM
ADPCM
*.wmv
ASF
VC-1
WMA
*.mp4
*.mov
MP4
H.264
MPEG4
XviD
MP3
AAC
*.mpg
*.mpeg
PS*
MPEG2
MPEG1
Dolby Digital
MPEG Audio
LPCM
NOTE
Progressive format jpeg files are not supported.
Files in USB 1.1 devices may not be played properly.
Operation using USB hubs is not guaranteed.
The compatibility of USB HDDs may not be guaranteed.
Some video file formats may not be played depending on the file.
Files may not be playable depending on the bitrate.
Some video files may not be displayed in the correct aspect ratio.
List of files compatible with Home network mode
Photo file format
JPEG (DCF 2.0 compliant)
Music file format
LPCM
Video file format
MPEG2-TS
MPEG2-PS
NOTE
• Progressive format jpeg files are not supported.
• Some video file formats may not be played depending on the file.
• Some video files may not be displayed in the correct aspect ratio.
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Other useful features
Tool menu items
Convenient functions organise in a shortcut menu.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Tool”.
3
Press a/b to select the desired service.
See the following pages for description for each selected item.
AV mode ................................................ Page 36
Picture
OPC............................................... Page 37
Backlight ...................................... Page 37
3D brightness boost .................... Page 37
Contrast ....................................... Page 37
Brightness .................................... Page 37
Colour ........................................... Page 37
Tint ................................................ Page 37
Sharpness .................................... Page 37
Advanced
C.M.S.-hue ........................... Page 38
C.M.S.-saturation ................ Page 38
C.M.S.-value......................... Page 38
Colour temp. ........................ Page 38
AQUOMOTION ..................... Page 38
Quad pixel plus .................... Page 38
Gamma adjustment ............. Page 38
Film mode ............................ Page 38
Active contrast .................... Page 38
DNR ...................................... Page 38
Monochrome ....................... Page 39
Range of OPC ...................... Page 39
Reset ............................................ Page 37
Audio
Auto volume ................................. Page 41
Treble............................................ Page 41
Bass .............................................. Page 41
Balance......................................... Page 41
Surround....................................... Page 41
Bass enhancer ............................. Page 41
Reset............................................. Page 41
Clear voice ................................... Page 41
Audio description setting ........... Page 42
Programme info. ................................... Page 43
Wide mode ............................................ Page 35
Control (USB) ........................................ Page 76
Control (Home network) ...................... Page 76
Control (Time shift) ....................Pages 26 to 27
Screen effect
Channel selecting effect ............. Page 65
Programme title display .............. Page 32
Position ........................................ Page 39
Link operation ............................Pages 57 to 61
Sleep timer ........................................... Page 33
NOTE
• Some menu items may not be displayed depending on the selected input source.
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Appendix
Troubleshooting
The problems described below are not always caused by malfunctions. Check the TV again before having the TV
serviced.
Problem
Possible solution
• No power.
• Is the AC cord disconnected? (See page 13.)
• Has the power been turned on? (See page 17.)
• When the power switch does not work, remove the power plug and insert it again,
and press POWER a on the TV after waiting more than five seconds.
• Unit cannot be operated.
• External influences such as lightning, static electricity, etc., may cause improper
operation. In this case, operate the unit after first turning the power off the TV or
unplugging the AC cord and re-plugging it in after 1 or 2 minutes.
• Remote control unit does not
operate.
•
•
•
•
• Picture is cut off.
• Is the image position correct? (See page 39.)
• Are screen mode adjustments such as picture size made correctly? (See pages 34,
35, 67 and 75.)
• Strange colour, light colour, or
dark, or colour misalignment.
•
•
•
•
• Power is suddenly turned off.
• The unit's internal temperature has increased.
Remove any objects blocking the vent or clean.
• Check the “ECO” setting. (See pages 33 and 34.)
• Is the sleep timer set? (See page 33.)
• No picture.
•
•
•
•
•
• No sound.
• Is the volume too low? (See page 21.)
• Make sure that headphones are not connected. (See page 11.)
• The TV sometimes makes a
cracking noise.
• This is not a malfunction. This happens when the cabinet slightly expands and
contracts according to changes in temperature. This does not affect the TV's
performance.
Are batteries inserted with polarity (e, f) aligned? (See page 16.)
Are batteries worn out? (Replace with new batteries.)
Are you using it under strong or fluorescent lighting?
Is a fluorescent light shining on the remote control sensor?
Adjust the picture tone. (See pages 37 to 39.)
Is the room too bright? The picture may look dark in a room that is too bright.
Check the colour system setting. (See pages 23 and 64.)
Check the “HDMI auto view” setting. (See page 62.)
Is the connection to external equipment correct? (See pages 14 and 15.)
Is the correct input selected? (See page 63.)
Is the picture adjustment correct? (See pages 37 to 39.)
Is the antenna connected properly? (See page 13.)
Is “On” selected in “Audio only”? (See page 28.)
• Cannot select the desired channel. • Switch between Digital TV and Analogue TV modes. (See page 44.)
Troubleshooting-Digital broadcasting
Problem
• No picture or no sound.
Error code
—
• Block noise appears on the screen.
•
•
•
•
• DTV broadcasts cannot be received.
• A specific channel cannot be received.
• No broadcast now
Possible solution
• Is the correct Input source selected? (See page 63.)
Is the antenna pointing in the correct direction?
Check the “Signal strength” and “Quality”. (See page 18.)
Are physical objects blocking the antenna?
Is the antenna or antenna cable compatible with DTV broadcast?
E202
• Is the DTV antenna set up properly?
• Is the antenna cable connected properly? (See page 13.)
• Is the channel settings correct? (See page 18.)
—
• Check the “Signal strength” and “Quality”. (See page 18.)
E203
• Check the current broadcast.
Cautions regarding use in high and low temperature environments
• When the unit is used in a low temperature space (e.g. room, office), the picture may leave trails or appear slightly delayed.
This is not a malfunction, and the unit will recover when the temperature returns to normal.
• Do not leave the unit in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the unit in a location exposed to direct sunlight or near a
heater, as this may cause the cabinet to deform and the LCD panel to malfunction.
Storage temperature: f20°C to e60°C.
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Troubleshooting - 3D Images
Problem
Possible solution
• 3D images are not displayed.
• Is “3D auto change” set to “No”? Press 3D to switch to 3D mode.
• If “3D auto change” is set to “Yes” but no 3D images are displayed, check the display format
of the content being viewed. Some 3D image signals may not be recognized as 3D images
automatically. Press 3D to select the appropriate display format for the 3D image.
• Is the power of the 3D glasses turned on?
• Are the 3D glasses set to 2D mode?
• Is there an obstacle between the 3D glasses and the TV, or is something covering the infrared
receiver on the 3D glasses? The 3D glasses operate by receiving a signal from the TV. Do
not place anything between the infrared emitter on the TV and the infrared receiver on the 3D
glasses.
• The 3D glasses turn off automatically.
• Is there an obstacle between the 3D glasses and the TV, or is something covering the infrared
receiver on the 3D glasses? The 3D glasses turn off automatically after three minutes if no
signal is received from the TV. Do not place anything between the infrared emitter on the TV
and the infrared receiver on the 3D glasses.
• Pressing the power button on the 3D
glasses does not cause the LED light to
light.
• Is the battery in the 3D glasses exhausted? If the LED light does not light after pressing the
power button for more than one second, the battery is exhausted. Replace the battery.
3D glasses lenses
• Do not apply pressure to the lenses of the 3D glasses. Also, do not drop or bend the 3D glasses.
• Do not scratch the surface of the lenses of the 3D glasses with a pointed instrument or other object. Doing so may damage
the 3D glasses and reduce the quality of 3D images.
• Use only the cloth provided with the 3D glasses to clean the lenses.
3D glasses infrared receiver
• Do not allow the infrared receiver to become dirty, and do not attach stickers to or otherwise cover the infrared receiver. Doing
so may prevent the receiver from operating normally.
• If the 3D glasses are affected by other infrared data communication equipment, 3D images may not be displayed correctly.
Caution during viewing
• Do not use devices that emit strong electromagnetic waves (such as cellular phones or wireless transceivers) near the 3D
glasses. Doing so may cause the 3D glasses to malfunction.
• The 3D glasses cannot operate fully at extreme high or low temperatures. Use them within the specified usage temperature
range.
• If the 3D glasses are used in a room with fluorescent lighting (50/60 Hz), the light within the room may appear to flicker. In this
case, either darken or turn off the fluorescent lights when using the 3D glasses.
• Wear the 3D glasses correctly. 3D images will not be correctly visible if the 3D glasses are worn upside down or back-to-front.
• Other displays (such as computer screens, digital clocks, and calculators) may appear dark and difficult to view while wearing
the 3D glasses. Do not wear the 3D glasses when watching anything other than 3D images.
• If you lie on your side while watching the TV with 3D glasses, the picture may look dark or may not be visible.
• Be sure to stay within the viewing angle and optimum TV viewing distance when watching 3D images. Otherwise, you may not
be able to enjoy the full 3D effect.
• The 3D glasses may not work properly if there is any other 3D product or electronic device turned on near the glasses or TV. If
this occurs, turn off the other 3D product or electronic device or keep the device as far away as possible from the 3D glasses.
• Stop using this product in any of the following situations:
– When images consistently appear doubled while you are wearing the 3D glasses.
– When you have difficultly perceiving the 3D effect.
• If the 3D glasses are faulty or damaged, stop using them immediately. Continued use of the 3D glasses may cause eye
fatigue, headaches and illness.
• If you have any abnormal skin reaction, stop using the 3D glasses. In very rare instances, such reactions may be due to an
allergic reaction to the coating or materials used.
• If your nose or temples become red or you experience any pain or itchiness, stop using the 3D glasses. Pressure caused by
long periods of use may lead to such reactions and may result in skin irritation.
• You may not be able to use several menu items while you are watching the TV in 3D mode.
• You cannot use the 3D function in radio or data mode.
NOTE
• These 3D glasses are only for use with SHARP LCD TVs supporting 3D.
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Reset
Download setup
If complex adjustments are made and the settings
cannot be restored to normal, you can reset the
settings to the factory preset values.
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
1
The TV automatically determines whether a new software
version is available when the TV is in standby mode.
Go to “Menu” s “Setup” s “View setting” s “Individual
setting” s “Standby search” s “Download setup”.
Selected item
Description
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
Yes
Automatically searches for new software
updates available when the TV is in
standby mode.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
No
Does not search for update information.
Now
4
Press a/b to select “Reset”, and then press
ENTER.
Checks if there is new software
immediately.
5
If you have already set the password, enter it
here.
• “Return to factory pre-settings” displays on the
screen.
6
You can select the method of update.
the software is updated, the confirmation
1 Ifmessage
“New download information has
been detected.” appears.
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
• “Now, TV will restart automatically. OK?” displays
on the screen.
7
Downloading the software
Press c/d to select “Yes”, and then press
ENTER.
• “Now initialising...” displays on the screen and
blinks.
• After the reset has completed, the power shuts
off and then comes back on. The screen will have
returned to its original settings.
• If the TV receives the update service while in
standby mode, a confirmation message displays
after turning on the power.
2
Follow the screen prompts.
Selected item
Yes
After factory presetting,
TV will restart automatically
Description
Starts downloading immediately.
Typically, it takes approximately 30
minutes for download. You cannot carry
out other operations while downloading.
• Cancels the download by pressing
ENTER on the remote control unit when
“Discontinue” is displayed on the screen
during the update.
Now initialising...
Starts downloading automatically several
minutes after entering standby mode.
No
8
9
Press a/b to select the desired language
listed on the screen, and then press ENTER.
Press c/d to select “HOME” or “STORE”,
and then press ENTER.
Setting the country.
Press a/b to select your country or area, and
then press ENTER.
• This setting screen only appears during the initial auto
installation.
10
Press c/d to select “Digital Search” or
“Analogue Search”, and then press ENTER.
• When the country setting is set to “Australia”, only “Digital
Search” is available.
11
The TV searches for, sort and stores all the
receivable TV stations according to their
settings and the connected antenna.
• To abort the initial auto installation in progress, press
RETURN.
NOTE
• When the TV is in “STORE” mode, repeat steps 1 to 8 to change to
“HOME” mode.
• “Reset” is greyed out in 3D mode. To select the “Reset” menu, you
need to switch to 2D mode.
NOTE
• Updating the software may take several hours in the worst case.
Information
Message list
When a new broadcast station is detected, the message is
updated in the “Message list” of the “Information” menu.
NOTE
• If there are unread messages in the “Message list”, “New
information” is displayed on “Channel display”. (See page 21.)
Receiver report
Display reports regarding failures and changes for timer
settings.
Identification
You can check the current version of the software on the
screen.
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Updating your TV via USB
This function allows you to update to the latest
software using a USB device. You must update the
software through the USB terminal.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “Information”.
4
Press a/b to select “Software update”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press ENTER and then insert the USB device
containing the software update file.
6
The TV displays a confirmation screen while
checking the data in the inserted USB device.
CAUTION
• If the data is not compatible with the system, an error
message appears on the screen. Repeat steps 5 and 6
after pressing ENTER.
• When an error message displays, check to see if:
• The USB device is inserted firmly.
• The USB memory has two or more software update files.
• No data for updating the system exists in the USB
memory.
• The software update file is broken.
• The software update file is not compatible with your
TV’s software.
• The current system is same as the system update data.
7
The TV displays the software version
information after checking the data.
8
Press c/d to select “Yes” to update the
system, and then press ENTER.
9
The TV restarts automatically, and the software
update will be complete.
• This operation may take a while.
CAUTION
• Be sure to insert the USB device correctly into the terminal.
Information on the software license for this product
Software composition
The software included in this product is comprised of various software components whose individual copyrights are held by
SHARP or by third parties.
Software developed by SHARP and open source software
The copyrights for the software components and various relevant documents included with this product that were developed
or written by SHARP are owned by SHARP and are protected by the Copyright Act, international treaties, and other relevant
laws. This product also makes use of freely distributed software and software components whose copyrights are held by
third parties. These include software components covered by a GNU General Public License (hereafter GPL), a GNU Lesser
General Public License (hereafter LGPL) or other license agreement.
Obtaining source code
Some of the open source software licensors require the distributor to provide the source code with the executable software
components. GPL and LGPL include similar requirements. For information on obtaining the source code for the open source
software and for obtaining the GPL, LGPL, and other license agreement information, visit the following website:
http://www.sharp.net.au
We are unable to answer any questions about the source code for the open source software. The source code for the
software components whose copyrights are held by SHARP is not distributed.
Acknowledgements
The following open source software components are included in this product:
• linux kernel • busy box • glibc • zlib • libpng • libjpeg • mtd-utils • u-Boot •device-mapper •OpenSSL • PolarSSL Bignum
• libfreetype
Software copyrights
BSD License
This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors.
libjpeg
This software is copyright © 1991-1998, Thomas G. Lane.
Portions of this software are based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
Portions copyright © 2004 Intel Corporation
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OpenSSL
LICENSE ISSUES
The OpenSSL toolkit stays under a dual license, i.e. both the conditions of the OpenSSL License and the original SSLeay license apply to the
toolkit.
See below for the actual license texts. Actually both licenses are BSD-style Open Source licenses. In case of any license issues related to OpenSSL
please contact [email protected]
OpenSSL License
Copyright © 1998-2008 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgment:
“This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)”
4. The names “OpenSSL Toolkit” and “OpenSSL Project” must not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without
prior written permission. For written permission, please contact [email protected]
5. Products derived from this software may not be called “OpenSSL” nor may “OpenSSL” appear in their names without prior written permission of
the OpenSSL Project.
6. Redistributions of any form whatsoever must retain the following acknowledgment:
“This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)”
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT ``AS IS’’ AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER
IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young ([email protected]). This product includes software written by Tim Hudson
([email protected]).
Original SSLeay License
Copyright © 1995-1998 Eric Young ([email protected])
All rights reserved.
This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young ([email protected]).
The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the following conditions are aheared to. The following conditions apply to
all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code. The SSL documentation included with this
distribution is covered by the same copyright terms except that the holder is Tim Hudson ([email protected]).
Copyright remains Eric Young’s, and as such any Copyright notices in the code are not to be removed.
If this package is used in a product, Eric Young should be given attribution as the author of the parts of the library used.
This can be in the form of a textual message at program startup or in documentation (online or textual) provided with the package.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgement:
“This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young ([email protected])”
The word ‘cryptographic’ can be left out if the rouines from the library being used are not cryptographic related :-).
4. If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative thereof) from the apps directory (application code) you must include an
acknowledgement:
“This product includes software written by Tim Hudson ([email protected])”
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG ``AS IS’’ AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS;
OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
The licence and distribution terms for any publically available version or derivative of this code cannot be changed. i.e. this code cannot simply be
copied and put under another distribution licence [including the GNU Public Licence.]
libfreetype
Copyright © 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 by David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg.
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Specifications
Model
LC-60LE925X
Item
2,073,600 pixels (1920 g 1080)
Resolution
Video colour system
TV function
PAL/SECAM/NTSC 3.58/NTSC 4.43/PAL 60
TV-standard Analogue
Receiving
channel
PAL: B/G, D/K, I SECAM: B/G, D/K, K/K1 NTSC: M
Digital
DVB-T
VHF/UHF
44.25-863.25 MHz
TV tuning system
Stereo/Bilingual
Auto preset 02ch/07ch/09ch/10ch/28ch at Australia.
NICAM: B/G, I, D/K A2 stereo: B/G BTSC
Viewing angles
H: 176° V: 176°
Audio amplifier
10W k 10W, 15W (Woofer)
(8.5cm m 1.5cm)m2 / Ø 9.5cm
Speaker
Terminals Rear
ANT (Antenna input)
UHF/VHF 75 q Din type
INPUT 1
AUDIO in, COMPONENT in (480I, 576I, 480P, 576P, 720P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz, 1080I/50Hz,
1080I/60Hz)
INPUT 2
VIDEO in, AUDIO in
INPUT3 (PC input)
15 pin mini D-sub, AUDIO in (shared usage with INPUT5) (Ø 3.5 mm jack)
INPUT 4 (ARC)
HDMI (HDMI input) (480I, 576I, 480P, 576P, 720P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz, 1080I/50Hz,
1080I/60Hz, 1080P/50Hz, 1080P/60Hz, 1080P/24Hz)
INPUT 5
HDMI (HDMI input) (480I, 576I, 480P, 576P, 720P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz, 1080I/50Hz,
1080I/60Hz, 1080P/50Hz, 1080P/60Hz, 1080P/24Hz), AUDIO in (shared usage with INPUT3)
(Ø 3.5 mm jack)
INPUT 6
HDMI (HDMI input) (480I, 576I, 480P, 576P, 720P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz, 1080I/50Hz, 1080I/60Hz,
1080P/50Hz, 1080P/60Hz, 1080P/24Hz)
INPUT 7
HDMI (HDMI input) (480I, 576I, 480P, 576P, 720P/50Hz, 720P/60Hz, 1080I/50Hz, 1080I/60Hz,
1080P/50Hz, 1080P/60Hz, 1080P/24Hz)
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT
Optical Digital audio output
RS-232C
9 pin D-Sub male connector
ETHERNET (10/100)
Home network connector
USB
USB
OUTPUT
Ø 3.5 mm jack (Audio output)
OSD language
English/Simplified Chinese/Arabic
Power requirement
AC 110–240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
Weight
235W (0.3W Standby)
Without stand
45.0kg
With stand
55.5kg
Operating temperature
0 °C to e40 °C
• As a part of policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for
product improvement without prior notice. The performance specification figures indicated are nominal values of production
units. There may be some deviations from these values in individual units.
Optional accessory
The listed optional accessory is available for the LCD colour
TV. Please purchase it at your nearest shop.
• Additional optional accessories may be available in the near
future. When purchasing, please read the newest catalogue for
compatibility and check the availability.
Part name
Model number
Wall mount bracket
AN-52AG4
3D Glasses
AN-3DG10-S
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Dimensional drawings
Unit: mm
LC-60LE925X
1439
546
752.6
913
580
62
975
1334.2
39.7
174
400
121
400
368
67
39.7
106.7
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Appendix
Removing the stand
For wall mounting with the optional bracket (AN-52AG4) remove the stand.
Before setting TV on the wall.
• Remove the connected cables (DVD, VCR, etc) from the terminals.
• Detach the four caps at the 4 locations on the rear of the TV.
1
2
2
1
1 Unfasten the screws at the 3 locations on the
rear of the stand cover.
2 Remove the stand cover.
Unfasten the 4 screws used to secure the stand in
place.
3
NOTE
• To attach the stand, perform the above steps in reverse
order.
• As the TV is very heavy, be careful when moving it.
Detach the stand from the TV. (Hold the stand so it
will not drop from the edge of the base area.)
Mounting the TV on the wall
To use this TV mounted on a wall, remove the AC cord holder and the screws at the 4 locations on the rear of the
TV, and then use the screws supplied with the wall mount bracket to secure the bracket to the rear of the TV.
1
2
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Handling and precautions with the wall-mounted TV
• You can mount the TV on the wall using the optional AN-52AG4 bracket.
• For details, refer to the instructions supplied with the optional bracket.
CAUTION
• This TV should be mounted on the wall only with the AN-52AG4 (SHARP) wall mount bracket. The use of other wall
mount brackets may result in an unstable installation and may cause serious injuries.
• Installing the TV requires special skill that should only be performed by qualified service personnel. Customers
should not attempt to do the work themselves. SHARP bears no responsibility for improper mounting or mounting
that results in accident or injury.
Using a SHARP recommended bracket to mount the TV
• You can ask a qualified service professional about using a SHARP recommended AN-52AG4 bracket to mount the TV to the
wall.
• Carefully read the instructions that come with the bracket before beginning work.
Hanging on the wall
AN-52AG4 wall mount bracket.
(See the bracket instructions for details.)
Vertical mounting
About setting the TV angle
0°/5°/10°
Angular mounting
AN-52AG4
NOTE
• Detach the cable clamps on the rear of the TV when using the optional mount bracket.
Wall mount audio setup
When you mount the TV on a wall, you can adjust the sound to a more suitable one by setting this function to “Yes”.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
5
Press a/b to select “Wall mount audio setup”, and then press ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Yes”, and then press ENTER.
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Clearing the password
If you forget your password, clear the password using the following procedure.
1
Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.
2
Press c/d to select “Setup”.
3
Press b/c/d to select “View setting”.
4
Press a/b to select “Individual setting” and then press ENTER.
5
Press a/b to select “Password”, and then press ENTER.
6
The password input screen displays.
7
Press and hold both CHr and VOL k on the TV simultaneously
until the message appears on the screen.
NOTE
• To set the password again, refer to “Password setting for the child lock” on page 31 and follow the instructions.
The Password is
.
NOTE
• As a precautionary measure, make a note of your password above, remove it from this manual, and keep it in a familiar place.
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