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  • Brand: AEG
  • Product: LCD TV
  • Model/name: TV4500ZM
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, German

Table of Contents

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Contents
Features ............................................................... 44
Introduction........................................................... 44
Preparation........................................................... 44
Safety Precautions ............................................... 44
Information for users in the EU............................. 45
Package Contents ................................................ 46
Remote Control Buttons ....................................... 47
TV and Operating Buttons.................................... 48
Viewing the Back Connections............................. 48
Viewing the Connections - Side Connectors ........ 49
Aerial Connection ................................................. 49
Power Connection ............................................ 49
Using USB Media ................................................. 50
USB Memory Connection ................................. 50
Connecting the TV to a PC................................... 50
Using Side AV Connectors ................................... 50
Connecting to a DVD Player via HDMI................. 51
Connecting to a DVD Player................................. 51
Remote Control Handset...................................... 52
Inserting Batteries............................................. 52
Switching On/Off................................................... 52
To Switch the TV On......................................... 52
To Switch the TV Off......................................... 52
Input Selection...................................................... 52
Basic Operations .................................................. 52
Operation with the Buttons on the TV............... 52
Operation with the Remote Control .................. 53
Viewing Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)....... 53
EPG Timeline Schedule.................................... 53
EPG Channel Schedule.................................... 53
EPG Now and Next........................................... 54
First Time Installation............................................ 54
Installation Menu .................................................. 55
Auto Channel Scan (Retune) Menu Operation. 55
Manual Tuning ..................................................... 55
Digital Manual Search....................................... 55
Analogue Manual Search ................................. 55
Analogue Fine Tune.......................................... 55
Managing Stations: Channel List.......................... 56
Operating the Channel List............................... 56
Moving a Channel............................................. 56
Deleting a Channel ........................................... 56
Renaming a Channel........................................ 56
Locking a Channel............................................ 56
Managing Stations: Favourites............................. 56
Button Functions............................................... 57
Managing Stations: Sorting the Channel List ....... 57
On-Screen Information ......................................... 57
Media Playback Using Media Browser................. 57
Slideshow Options............................................ 58
Media Browser Settings.................................... 59
Changing Image Size: Picture Formats................ 59
Cinema ............................................................. 60
Operating Picture Settings Menu Items............ 60
Picture Settings Menu Items............................. 61
PC Picture Settings........................................... 61
Operating Sound Settings Menu Items............. 62
Sound Settings Menu Items.............................. 62
Operating Settings Menu Items ........................ 62
Settings Menu Items......................................... 62
Using a Conditional Access Module
(not included)........................................................ 63
Viewing Conditional Access Menu (*)............... 63
Language Settings............................................ 64
Parental Control.................................................... 64
Parental Settings Menu Operation ................... 64
Timers................................................................... 65
Operation.......................................................... 66
Other Features ..................................................... 67
Teletext for analogue TV....................................... 67
Teletext for Digital TV ........................................... 67
Tips....................................................................... 67
Appendix A: PC Input Typical Display Modes....... 68
Appendix B: AV and HDMI Signal
Compatibility (Input Signal Types)........................ 68
Appendix C: Supported DVI Resolutions.............. 69
Appendix D: Software Upgrade............................ 69
1) Software upgrade search via user interface. 69
2) 3.AM search and upgrade mode .................. 69
Appendix E : Supported File Formats
for USB Mode....................................................... 70
DVD Operation 72
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Features
Remote controlled colour LCD TV.
•
Fully integrated Terrestrial digital-cable TV (DVB-T
•
MPEG2-MPEG4)
HDMI connectors for digital video and audio.
•
USB input.
•
1000 programmes (analogue+digital).
•
On Screen Display (OSD) menu system.
•
Integrated tuner DVB-T, MPEG2, MPEG4
•
compatible.
Scart socket for external devices.
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Stereo sound system. (German+Nicam)
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Teletext, fastext, TOP text.
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Headphone connection.
•
Automatic programming system.
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Forward or backward manual tuning.
•
Sleep timer / Child lock.
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Automatic sound mute when no transmission.
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NTSC playback.
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AVL (Automatic Volume Limiting).
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Auto power down.
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PLL (Frequency Search).
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PC input.
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Plug&Play for Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista,
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Windows 7.
Game Mode.
•
Introduction
Thank you for choosing this product. This manual
will guide you through the proper operation of your
TV. Before operating the TV, please read this manual
thoroughly. Please keep this manual in a safe place
for future reference.
This device is intended to receive and display TV
programmes. The different connection options make
an additional expansion of the reception and display
sources possible (receiver, DVD player, DVD recorder,
VCR, PC etc.).
This device is only suitable for dry indoor use. This
appliance is intended solely for private domestic use
and may not be used for industrial and commercial
purposes. We exclude liability in principle, if the device
cations
have been made. To operate your LCD TV in extreme
ambient conditions may cause the damage of the
device.
Safety Precautions
Read the following recommended safety
precautions carefully.
Power Source
The TV set should be operated only from a 220-240V
AC, 50 Hz outlet. Ensure that you select the correct
voltage setting for your convenience.
Power Cord
Do not place the set, a piece of furniture, etc. on
the power cord (mains lead) or pinch the cord. The
connection plug should be readily accessible to the
power cord and mains. Handle the power cord by the
plug. Do not unplug the appliance by pulling from the
power cord and never touch the power cord with wet
hands as this could cause a short circuit or electric
shock. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with
other cords. The power cords should be placed in
such a way that they are not likely to be stepped on.
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electric shock. When it is damaged and needs to be
replaced, it should be done by qualied personnel.
Moisture and Water
Do not use this device in a humid and
damp place (avoid the bathroom, the
sink in the kitchen etc). Do not expose
this device to rain or water, as this may
be dangerous and do not place objects
lled with liquids, such as ower vases,
on top.
If any solid object or liquid falls into the cabinet, unplug
the TV and have it checked by qualied personnel
before operating it any further.
Cleaning
Before cleaning, unplug the TV set
from the wall outlet. Do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners. Use a soft, dry cloth.
Ventilation
The slots and openings on the TV set
are intended for ventilation and to ensure reliable
operation. To prevent overheating, these openings
must not be blocked or covered in anyway.
Heat and Flames
The set should not be placed near to
open ames or sources of intense heat
such as an electric heater. Ensure that
no open ame sources, such as candles,
are placed on top of the TV. Batteries should not be
exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, re or
the like.
Lightning
In case of storm and lightning or when
going on holiday, disconnect the power
cord from the wall outlet.
Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, make sure that
the service technician has used replacement parts,
which are specied by the manufacturer or have the
same specications as the original one. Unauthorized
substitutions may result in re, electrical shock or
other hazards.
Servicing
Please refer all servicing to qualied
personnel. Do not remove the cover
yourself as this may result in an electric
shock.
Waste Disposal
Instructions for waste disposal:
• Packaging and packaging aids are recyclable
and should principally be recycled. Packaging
materials, such as a foil bag, must be kept away
from children.
• Batteries, including those which are heavy metal-
free, should not be disposed of with household
waste. Please dispose of used batteries in an
environmentally friendly manner. Find out about the
legal regulations which apply in your area.
Do not try to recharge batteries, there is a danger
•
of explosion. Replace batteries only with the same
or equivalent type.
Information for users in the EU
This symbol on the product or on its packaging means
that your electrical device should be
disposed at the end of its service life
separately from your household wastes.
There are separate collection systems for
recycling in the EU. For more information,
please contact the local authority or the
dealer where you purchased the
product.
Disconnecting the Device
The mains plug is used to disconnect the TV set
from the mains and therefore it must remain readily
operable.
Headphone Volume
Excessive sound pressure from earphones
and headphones can cause hearing loss.
Installation
To prevent injury, this device must be securely
attached to the wall in accordance with the installation
instructions when mounted to the wall (if the option
is available).
LCD Screen
The LCD panel is a very high technology product
with about a million thin lm transistors, giving you
ne picture details. Occasionally, a few non-active
pixels may appear on the screen as a xed blue,
green or red point. Please note that this is normal
and is not a fault.
Warning! Do not leave your TV in standby or operating
mode when you leave your house.
Connection to a Television Distribution
System (Cable TV etc.) from Tuner
Devices connected to the protective earthing of the
building installation through the mains connection or
through other apparatus with a connection to protective
earthing-and to a television distribution system using
a coaxial cable, may in some circumstances create
a re hazard.
Connection to a cable distribution system has
therefore to be provided through a device providing
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Package Contents
MENU
/
INFO
EPG
FAV
PRESETS
SUBTITLE
RETURN
SOURCE
SLEEP SCREEN
LANG.
Remote Control
LCD TV
Instruction Book
Batteries: 2 X AAA
Note: You should check the contents after opening
your purchase and make sure that every item is
included.
Note: The HDMI connection between PC and TV
may cause radio interference in which case it is
recommended to use VGA(DSUB-15) connection.
electrical isolation below a certain frequency range
(galvanic isolator, see EN 60728-11).
Electrical devices not in the hands of children
Never let children use electrical devices unsupervised.
Children cannot always recognize properly any
possible danger. Batteries / accumulators can be life
threatening when swallowed. Store batteries out of
the reach of small children. In case of swallowing a
battery, medical aid has to be sought immediately.
Also keep the packaging away from children as there
is danger of suffocation.
The Standby button does not fully switch off this
product. Moreover, the device continues to consume
power in standby mode. In order to separate the
device completely from mains, the mains plug has to
be pulled from the mains socket. Because of that the
device should be set up in a way, that an unobstructed
access to the mains socket is guaranteed, so that
in case of emergency the mains plug can be pulled
immediately. During periods of prolonged non-use,
the TV should be disconnected from the mains power
supply.
TRADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGMENT
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
cation (Optional)
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories.
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Remote Control Buttons
Standby
1.
Image size/ Expand (in TXT mode)
2.
Sleep timer
3.
Numeric buttons
4.
Return / Exit (in DTV mode) / Index page (in
5.
TXT mode)
Cursor up / Page up (in TXT mode)
6.
Cursor left
7.
Programme up (Page down in DTV mode)
8.
Programme down (Page up in DTV mode)
9.
Mono-Stereo / Dual I-II / Current language
10.
Previous Programme / Swap
11.
Electronic programme guide
12.
Info / Reveal (in TXT mode)
13.
Picture mode selection
14.
Source selection
15.
Red button / Zooms videos (in Media Browser
16.
video mode)
Green button
17.
Yellow button
18.
Menu on-off
19.
Blue button
20.
OK / Edit Channel list / Hold (in TXT mode)
21.
Cursor right / Subpage (in TXT mode)
22.
Cursor down / Page down (in TXT mode)
23.
Volume up
24.
Volume down
25.
Mute
26.
Teletext / Mix
27.
Subtitle on-off (in DTV mode) / TXT Subtitle
28.
FAV (*) (Favourite Selection) (in DTV mode)
29.
No Function
30.
Media Browser playback buttons. (in DTV
31.
mode)
(*) Only for EU country options.
Note: Buttons that are not indicated with a
number on the remote control illustration are
not functional in TV mode.
MENU
/
INFO
EPG
FAV
PRESETS
SUBTITLE
RETURN
28
29
SOURCE
SLEEP SCREEN
LANG.
30
31
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TV and Operating Buttons
FRONT and REAR VIEW Control Buttons VIEW Control Buttons
Up direction
1.
Down direction
2.
Programme/Volume / AV /
3.
Standby-On selection switch
Note: You can move the switch,
upward or downward to change
the volume. If you want to change
channels, press the middle of the
switch once (Position 3) and then
move upward or downward. If you
press the middle of the switch once
more, source OSD will be displayed.
If you press the middle of the switch
and hold about a few seconds, the
TV will switch to standby mode. Main
menu OSD cannot be displayed via
control buttons.
Viewing the Back Connections
HDMI 1: HDMI Input
1.
HDMI Inputs are for connecting a device that has a HDMI socket. Your TV is capable of displaying
devices must be connected via the HDMI sockets or Component Socket. These sockets can accept
either 720p or 1080i signals. No sound connection is needed for a HDMI to HDMI connection.
RF Input
2. connects to an aerial antenna system.
Note: If you use a decoder or a media recorder, you should connect the aerial cable through the device
to the television with an appropriate antenna cable, as shown in the illustration in the following pages.
SCART
3. input or output for external devices. Connect the SCART cable between the SCART socket on the
TV and the SCART socket on your external device (such as a decoder, a VCR or a DVD player).
Note: If an external device is connected via the SCART socket, the TV will automatically switch to AV
mode.
VGA Input is for connecting a personal computer to the TV set.
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Connect the PC cable between the PC INPUT on the TV and the PC output on your PC.
Note: You can use YPbPr to VGA cable(not supplied) to enable YPbPr signal via PC input.
SPDIF Out
4. outputs audio signals of the currently watched source.
Use an SPDIF cable to transfer audio signals to a device that has SPDIF input.
Viewing the Connections - Side Connectors
CI slot is used for inserting a conditional access module (CAM) and viewing
1.
card. The viewing card allows you to view all the channels that you subscribe
to. For more information, see “Conditional Access” section.
NOTE: The CAM is inserted with the gold contacts and label facing rearwards.
Side USB input.
2.
Video Input is used for connecting video signals of external devices.Connect
3.
the video cable between the VIDEO IN socket on the TV and the VIDEO OUT
jack on your device.
Audio Inputs are used for connecting audio signals of external devices.
4.
Connect the audio cable between the AUDIO INPUTS on the TV and the
AUDIO OUTPUT jacks on your device.
Note: If you connect a device to the TV via the VIDEO INPUT, you should also connect
your device with an audio cable to the AUDIO INPUTS of the TV to enable audio.
Headphone jack is used for connecting an external headphone to the system.
5.
Connect to the HEADPHONE jack to listen to the TV from headphones
(optional).
The Control switch allows you to control the Volume/ Programme/ Source and Standby-On functions of
6.
the TV.
Aerial Connection
Connect the aerial plug to the
• AERIAL INPUT (ANT) socket located at the rear of the TV.
HDMI
1
SPDIF
Coax.OUT
Power Connection
IMPORTANT: The TV set is designed to operate on 220-240V AC, 50 Hz.
After unpacking, allow the TV set to reach the ambient room temperature before you connect the set to the
•
mains. Plug the power cable to the mains socket outlet.
MODE
o
5Vdc-Max500mA
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Using USB Media
You can connect USB devices to your TV by using
•
the USB input of the TV. This feature allows you to
display/play JPG, MP3 and video les stored on a
USB stick.
It is possible that certain types of USB devices (e.g.
•
MP3 Players) may not be compatible with this TV.
You should back up your les before making any
•
connections to the TV set in order to avoid any
possible data loss. Note that the manufacturer
will not be responsible for any le damage or data
loss.
Do not pull out USB module while playing a le.
•
CAUTION: Quickly plugging and unplugging USB
devices, is a very hazardous operation. Do not
repeatedly quickly plug and unplug the drive. This
may cause physical damage to the USB player and
especially the USB device itself.
SIDE VIEW USB MEMORY
5Vdc
Max:500mA
USB
USB Memory Connection
IMPORTANT: The TV should be switched off while
plugging or unplugging a USB device. Plug your
USB devices to the USB input of the TV. You can
connect a USB device to your TV by using the USB
input of the TV.
Note: It is possible certain types of hard disk drives
are not supported.
Connecting the TV to a PC
For displaying your computer’s screen image on your
TV, you can connect your computer to the TV set.
Power off both computer and display before making
any connections. Use a 15-pin D-sub display cable
to connect a PC to the TV. When the connection is
made, switch to PC source. See the Input selection
section. Set the resolution that suits your viewing
requirements. Resolution and further connection
information can be found in appendix A at the back
of this manual.
PC audio cable
(not supplied)
to AUDIO INPUTS
on the TV
Audio
Inputs
PC Input
(back)
PC RGB Cable
(Not supplied)
Note: If you connect a PC to the TV using HDMI
connection, radio interference may occur. Therefore
this type of connection is not recommended. You
should use VGA connection instead.
Using Side AV Connectors
You can connect a range of optional equipment to
your LCD TV.
For connecting a camcorder, connect to the VIDEO
•
IN socket and theAUDIO SOCKETS. Do not connect
the camcoder to VIDEO IN socket at the same time
since it can cause noise in the picture. For selecting
the related source, see the section “Input selection”
in the following parts.
To listen the TV sound from headphones, connect
•
to the HEADPHONE jack of theTV.
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Connecting to a second
DVD Player via HDMI
Please refer to your DVD player’s instruction book
for additional information. Power off both the TV and
the device before making any connections.
Note: Not all cables shown in the illustration are
supplied.
If your DVD player has an
• HDMI socket, you can
connect via HDMI for better video and audio quality.
External device
(not supplied)
HDMI Cable
When you connect to DVD player as illustrated above,
•
switch to the connected HDMI source. See, Input
Selection section for more information on changing
sources.
If you want to connect a DVD player to your LCD
TV, you can use connectors of the TV set. DVD
players may have different connectors. Please refer
to your DVD player’s instruction book for additional
information. Power off both the TV and the device
before making any connections.
Note: Cables shown in the illustration are not
supplied.
If your DVD player has an HDMI socket, you can
•
connect via HDMI. When you connect to DVD player
as illustrated below, switch to HDMI source. See,
“Input Selection” section.
Most DVD players are connected through
•
COMPONENT SOCKETS. Use a component video
cable to connect video input. For enabling audio,
use a component audio cable as illustrated below.
When the connection is made, switch to YPbPr
source. See, “Input selection” section.
You may also connect through the SCART 1 or
•
SCART 2. Use a SCART cable as shown below.
Note: These three methods of connection perform the
same function but in different levels of quality. It is not
necessary to connect by all three methods.
Connecting to a second
DVD Player
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as Standby Search, Over Air Download or Timer is
active.
Digital Teletext
• Press the “ ” button.
The digital teletext information appears.
•
Operate it with the coloured buttons, cursor buttons
•
and OK button.
The operation method may differ depending on the
contents of the digital teletext.
Follow the instructions displayed on the digital teletext
screen.
When the “
• ” button is pressed, the TV returns to
television broadcasting.
The aspect ratio (picture shape) when watching
•
a channel with just digital teletext broadcasting is
the same as the aspect ratio of the picture viewed
previously.
Input Selection
Once you have connected external systems to your
TV, you can switch to different input sources. Press
“SOURCE” button on your remote control repeatedly
to change source. Stop pressing when you have the
source you want.
Basic Operations
You can operate your TV using both the remote
control and onset buttons.
Operation with the Buttons on the TV
Volume Setting
Press “
• ” button to decrease volume or “ ”
buttontoincreasevolume,soavolumelevelscale(slider)
will be displayed on the screen.
Programme Selection
Press “
• P/CH +” button to select the next programme or
“P/CH -” button to select the previous programme.
Remote Control Handset
Inserting Batteries
Remove the battery cover located on the back of
•
the handset by gently pulling backwards from the
indicated part.
Insert two
• AAA/R3 or equivalent type batteries
inside. Observe the correct polarity (+/-) when
inserting batteries and replace the battery cover.
Note: Remove the batteries from the remote control
handset when it is not to be used for a long period.
Otherwise it can be damaged due to any leakage of
batteries. Remote range is approximately 7m/23ft.
The battery type used in this product is 2 X 1.5V AAA
or equivalent.
These batteries are located in the remote control and
are readily accessible.
These batteries must be disposed of at your local
collection point.
Switching On/Off
To Switch the TV On
Connect the power cord to the 220-240VAC, 50 Hz.
•
The standby LED blinks for ten seconds or so, then
lights steadily as the TV enters standby mode.
To switch on the TV from standby mode either:
•
Press the “
• ” button, P+ / P- or a numeric button
on the remote control.
Press the “
• ” button, or +/- buttons on the TV.
The TV will then switch on.
Note: If you switch on your TV via standby button on
the remote control, the programme/source that you
were watching last will be reselected.
The standby LED blinks for ten seconds or so until
the screen lights up.
To Switch the TV Off
Press the “
• ” button on the remote control or hold
the on the TV until shut down, so the TV will switch
to standby mode.
To power down the TV completely, unplug the power
•
cord from the mains socket.
Note: When the TV is switched to standby mode, the
standby LED can blink to indicate that features such
(optional)
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Viewing Main Menu
Press the “
• ”/“ ” button at the same time to
view main menu. In the Main menu select sub-menu
using “AV” button and set the sub-menu using “
” or “ ” buttons.To learn the usage of the menus,
refer to the menu system sections.
AV Mode
Press the “
• AV” button in the control panel on the TV
to switch between AV modes.
Operation with the Remote Control
The remote control of your TV is designed to control
•
all the functions of the model you selected. The
functions will be described in accordance with the
menu system of your TV.
Volume Setting
Press “
• V+” button to increase the volume. Press “V-”
button to decrease the volume.Avolume level scale
(slider) will be displayed on the screen.
Programme Selection (Previous or Next
Programme)
Press “
• P-” button to select the previous
programme.
Press “
• P+” button to select the next programme.
Programme Selection (Direct Access)
Press the numeric buttons on the remote control to
•
select programmes between 0 and 9. The TV will
switch to the selected programme.
Viewing Electronic Programme
Guide (EPG)
You can use the electronic programme guide (EPG)
to see information about available programmes.To
view the EPG menu please press EPG button on the
remote control.
Press “
• ”/“ ” buttons to navigate through
channels.
Press “
• ”/“ ” buttons to navigate through the
programme list.
Please note that event information is updated
•
automatically. If there is no event information data
available for channels, the EPG will be displayed
with blanks.
EPG Timeline Schedule
Red button (Prev Day): Displays the programmes
of previous day.
Green button (Next day): Displays the programmes
of the next day.
Yellow button (Zoom): Expands programme
information.
Blue button (Filter): Views ltering options.
Numeric buttons (Jump): Jumps to the preferred
channel directly via numeric buttons.
INFO (Details): Displays the programmes in detail.
OK (Options): Displays programme options including
“Select Channel” option.
TEXT (Search): Displays “Guide Search” menu.
SUBTTL: Press SUBTITLE button to view Select
Genre menu. Using this feature, you can search the
programme guide database in accordance with the
genre. Info available in the programme guide will
be searched and results matching your criteria will
be listed.
SWAP(Now): Shows the current programme.
EPG Channel Schedule
/ / / : Navigate
Red button (Prev Time Slice): Displays the
programmes of previous time slice.
Green button (Next Time Slice): Displays the
programmes of the next time slice.
Yellow button (Prev Day): Displays the programmes
of previous day.
Blue button (Next day): Displays the programmes
of the next day.
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TEXT button (Filter): Views ltering options including
‘Radio only’.
Numeric buttons (Jump): Jumps to the preferred
channel directly via numeric buttons.
OK (Options): Displays programme options including
“Select Channel” option.
INFO (Details): Displays the programmes in detail.
EPG Now and Next
OK (Options): Displays programme options including
“Select Channel” option.
Blue button (Filter): Views ltering options.
INFO (Event Details): Displays the programmes in
detail.
Green button: Programme schedule will be listed
Yellow button: Display EPG data in acordance with
timeline schedule
First Time Installation
IMPORTANT: Ensure that the aerial is connected
and a Common Interface module is not inserted
before switching on the TV for the first time
installation.
When the TV is operated for the rst time, the
•
installation wizard will guide you through the
process. First, the language selection screen will
be displayed:
Use “
• ” or “ ” buttons to select your language
and press OK button to set the selected language
and continue.
After selecting the language, “
• Welcome!” screen will
be displayed, requiring you to set Country,Teletext
Language and Scan Encrypted options.
By pressing “
• ” or “ ” button, select the country
you want to set and press “ ” button to highlight
Teletext Language option. Use “ ” or “ ” button
to select desired Teletext Language.
Press “
• ” button after setting Teletext Language
option. Scan Encrypted will be then highlighted.
You can set Scan Encrypted as Yes if you want to
scan coded stations.
Press
• OK button on the remote control to continue
and the following message will be displayed on the
screen:
To select the “Yes” or “No” option, highlight the item by
using “ ” or “ ” buttons and press OK button.
Afterwards the following OSD will be displayed on
the screen and the TV will search for both digital and
analogue TV broadcasts.
Note: You can press “MENU” button to cancel.
After all the available stations are stored, the
•
Channel List will be displayed on the screen. If you
like the channels sorted by number just press “OK”.
See “Managing Stations: Channel List” if you want
to edit the channel list later.
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Press
• OK button to quit channel list and watch TV.
Installation Menu
Press “MENU” button on the remote control and
select Install & retune by using “ ” or “ ” button.
Press OK button and the following menu screen will
be displayed.
Select Automatic Channel Scan (Retune) by using “
”/“ ” button and press OK button. Automatic Channel
Scan (Retune) options will be displayed. You can
select options by using “ ”/“ ” and OK buttons.
Auto Channel Scan (Retune) Menu
Operation
Analogue: Searches and stores analogue stations.
Digital & Analogue: Searches and stores both
analogue and aerial DVB stations.
Whenever you select an automatic search type and
•
press OK button, a conrmation screen will appear
on the screen. To start installation process, select
Yes, to cancel select No by using .“ ” or “ ” and
OK button.
After the auto channel scan type is set and selected
•
and conrmed, the installation process will start and
the progress bar will move along. Press “MENU”
button to cancel process. Located channels are not
stored if the process is cancelled.
Manual Tuning
HINT: This feature can be used for direct broadcast
entry.
Select
• Manual Channel Scan from the Installation
menu by using “ ”/“ ” and OK buttons. Manual
Scan options screen will be displayed.
Select the desired
• Search Type using “ ” or
“ ” button. Manual search options will change
accordingly. Use “ ”/“ ” button to highlight an item
and then press “ ” or “ ” button to set an option.
You can press “MENU” button to cancel.
Digital Manual Search
In manual channel scan, the number of the multiplex
or frequency are entered manually and only that
multiplex or frequency are searched for the channels.
After selecting search type as Digital, you can enter
the multiplex or frequency number using the numeric
buttons and press OK button to search.
Analogue Manual Search
After selecting search type as analogue, you can use
“ ”/“ ” button to highlight an item and then press “
” or “ ” button to set an option.
Enter the channel number or frequency using the
numeric buttons. You can then press OK button
to search. When the channel is located, any new
channels that are not on the list will be stored.
Analogue Fine Tune
Select
• Analogue Fine Tune from the Installation
menu by using “ ” or “ ” and OK buttons. The
analogue ne tune screen will be displayed. The
Analogue Fine Tune feature will not be available if
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there are no analogue channels, digital channels
and external sources stored.
Press
• OK button to proceed. Use “ ” or “ ” button
to set Fine Tune. When nished, press OK button
again.
Managing Stations: Channel List
The TV sorts all stored stations in the Channel List.
You can edit this channel list, set favourites or set
active stations to be listed by using the Channel List
options.
Press
• “MENU” button to view main menu. Select
the Channel List item by using “ ” or “ ” button.
Press OK to view menu contents.
Press “ ”/“ ” and OK to select Edit Channel List
to manage all stored channels. Use “ ” or “ ” and
OK buttons to select Edit Channel List.
Operating the Channel List
Press “
• ” or “ ” button to select the channel that
will be processed. Press “ ” or “ ” button to select
a function on Channel List menu.
Use
• P+ or P- buttons to move page up or down.
Press
• BLUE button to view ltering options.
Press
• “MENU” button to exit.
Moving a Channel
First select the desired channel. Select Move option
•
in the channel list and press the OK button.
Edit Number screen will be displayed. Enter the
•
desired channel number by using the numeric
buttons on the remote control. Press OK. If there is a
previously stored channel on that number, a warning
screen will be displayed. Select Yes and press OK
if you still want to move the channel.
Press the
• OK button to process. Selected channel
is now moved.
Deleting a Channel
You can press GREEN button to tag/untag all
channels; YELLOW button to tag/untag an individual
channel.
Select the channel that you want to delete and select
•
Delete option. Press the OK button to continue.
A warning screen will appear. Select
• YES to
delete, select No to cancel. Press the OK button
to continue.
Renaming a Channel
Select the channel that you want to rename and
•
select Edit Name option. Press OK button to
continue.
Pressing “
• ” or “ ” button moves to the previous/
next character. Pressing “ ” or “ ” button toggles
the current character, i.e., ‘b’ character becomes ‘a’
by “ ” and ‘c’ by “ ”. Pressing the numeric buttons
‘0...9’ replaces the highlighted character with the
characters printed above the button one by one as
the button is pressed.
When nished, press the
• OK button to save. Press
“MENU” to cancel.
Locking a Channel
You can press GREEN button to tag/untag all
channels; YELLOW button to tag/untag a single
channel.
Select the channel that you want to lock and select
•
Lock option. Press OK button to continue.
You will be asked to enter parental control PIN.
•
Default PIN is set as 0000. Enter the PIN number.
Press
• OK button when the desired channel is
highlighted to lock/unlock the channel. Lock symbol
“ ” will be displayed next to the selected channel.
Managing Stations: Favourites
You can create a list of favourite programmes.
Press
• “MENU” button to view the main menu. Select
Channel List item by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press
OK to view menu contents.
Select
• Favourites to manage favourite list. Use “
”/“ ” and OK buttons to select Favourites.
You can set various channels as favourites so that
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only the favourite channels are navigated.
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Select a channel by using “
• ” or “ ” button. Press
OK button to add selected channel to favourites list.
Press OK button again to remove.
Button Functions
OK
• : Add/remove a station.
YELLOW
• : Tag/untag a channel.
GREEN
• : Tag/untag all channels.
BLUE
• : Displays ltering options.
Managing Stations: Sorting the
Channel List
You can select broadcasts to be listed in the channel
list. To display specic types of broadcast, you should
use the Active channel list setting.
Select Active channel list from the Channel list
menu by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button
to continue.
You can select a broadcast type option from the list
by using “ ” /“ ” and OK buttons.
On-Screen Information
You can press “INFO” button to display on-screen
information. Details of the station and current
programme will be displayed on the information
banner.
The information banner gives information on the
channel selected and the programmes on it. The name
of the channel is displayed, along with its channel
list number.
Hint: Not all channels broadcast the programme data.
Any information that is missing will be displayed with
blanks.
If the selected channel is locked, you must enter the
correct four-digit numeric code to view the channel
(default code is 0000). “Enter PIN” will be displayed
on the screen.
Media Playback Using Media
Browser
If the USB stick is not recognized after power off/
on or First Time Installation, rst, unplug the USB
device and power off/on the TV set. Plug the USB
device in again.
To display the Media Browser window, press the
“MENU” button on the remote control and then select
Media Browser by pressing “ ” or “ ” button. Press
OK button to continue. Media Browser menu options
will be displayed.
Also, when you plug USB devices, media browser
screen will be displayed automatically:
You can play music, picture and video les from the
connected USB memory stick. Use “ ” or “ ” button
to select Videos, Photos, Music or Settings.
Viewing Videos via USB
Video file encoding is a very complex process;
incompatible encoding will prevent les from playing
or they may play incorrectly. For guidance please see
‘Appendix D: Supported File Formats for USB Mode’.
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In the event the media player “hangs up” please switch
off the TV main power and start again.
When you select Videos from the main options,
available video les will be ltered and listed on this
screen. You can use “ ” or “ ” button to select a video
le and press OK button to play a video. If you select
a subtitle le and press OK button, you can select or
deselect that subtitle le. The following menu will be
displayed while playing a video le:
The menu can be turned ON or OFF by pressing the
info Button.
Jump (Numeric buttons): The TV will jump to the
le starting with the letter you input via the numeric
buttons on your remote control.
Play This (OK button): Plays the selected le.
Play (GREEN button): Plays all media les starting
with the selected one.
Lang (Play Preview): Displays selected le in a small
preview screen.
INFO: Changes lter options.
FAV: Sorts les by name.
Play ( button): Starts the video playback.
Stop ( button): Stops the video playback.
Pause ( button): Pause / restart video playback.
Rewind ( button): Fast backward, x2, x4, x8, x16.
Forward ( button): Fast forward, x2, x4, x8, x16.
To resume normal speed, press the opposite button
to step back to ‘x1’ or press OK twice.
Subtitle/Audio (LANG. button): Sets subtitle/Audio.
Yellow: Opens subtitle time correction menu
Press RETURN button to switch back to previous
menu.
Viewing Photos via USB
When you select Photos from the main options,
available image les will be ltered and listed on this
screen.
0...9 (Jump) (Numeric buttons): Jump to selected
le using the numeric buttons.
OK: Views the selected picture in full screen.
Slideshow ( button): Starts the slideshow using
all images.
GREEN button: Switches between file list and
thumbnail images.
Navigate thumbnails with the “ ” or “ ” or “ ” or
“ ” buttons.
RED button: Sorts les by date.
YELLOW button: Toggles viewing style.
BLUE button: Changes media type.
Slideshow Options
Pause ( button): Pauses the slideshow.
Continue ( button): Continues the slideshow.
Loop/Shufe (GREEN button): Press once to disable
Loop. Press again to disable both Loop and Shufe.
Press once more to enable only Shufe. Press again
to enable all. You can follow the disabled functions
with the change of the icons.
Previous/Next (Left/Right buttons): Jumps to
previous or next le on slideshow.
Rotate (Up/Down buttons): Rotates the image using
up/down buttons.
RETURN (Exit): Back to le list.
INFO: Displays help screen.
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Viewing Music via USB
When you select Music from the main options,
available audio les will be ltered and listed on this
screen.
Play ( button): Plays all media les starting with
the selected one.
Stop ( button): Stops playback.
Pause ( button): Pauses the selected playback.
RED: Sorts les by Title,Artist or Album.
Note: If the Viewing Style is set to Folder in Media
Browser Settings, Music folder will be displayed as
sorted and there is no need to sort les again by
pressing RED button.
Loop/Shufe (GREEN button): Press once to disable
Loop. Press again to disable both Loop and Shufe.
Press once more to enable only Shufe. Press again
to enable all. You can follow the disabled functions
with the change of the icons.
0..9 (Numeric buttons): Jumps to the selected le.
Play This (OK button): Plays the selected le.
Previous/Next (Left/Right buttons): Jumps to
previous or next le to play.
YELLOW: Toggles viewing style.
BLUE: Changes media type.
Media Browser Settings
Access settings from the main media menu From
le listings you can also show the ‘Settings’ menu
by pressing “INFO” for the “Filter Type” menu,
highlighting ‘Settings and pressing OK.
You can set your Media Browser preferences by
using the Settings dialog. Press “ ” or “ ” button to
highlight an item and use “ ” or “ ” button to set.
View Style: Sets default browsing mode.
Slide Show Interval: Sets slide show interval time.
Show Subtitle: Sets subtitle enabling preference.
Subtitle Language: Sets supported subtitle
language.
Subtitle Position: Sets subtitle position as up or
down.
Subtitle Font Size: Sets subtitle font size (max.
54pt).
Changing Image Size: Picture
Formats
You can change the aspect ratio (image size) of
•
the TV for viewing the picture in different zoom
modes.
Press the
• “SCREEN” button repeatedly to change
the image size. Available zoom modes are listed
below.
Auto
WhenAUTO is selected, the aspect ratio of the screen
is adjusted by the information provided by the selected
source(if available).
The format being displayed in AUTO mode is
completely independent of WSS information which
could be included in the broadcast signal or the signal
from an external device.
Note: Auto mode only will be available in HDMI, YPbPr
and DTV sources.
Please note that programme makers sometimes
•
x video which is “narrower” than the wide screen
aspect ratio inside a black frame which matches the
TV wide screen area. In these cases you will always
see black bars at the sides.
16:9
This uniformly stretches the left and right sides of a
picture made in aspect ratios such as 4:3 “normal” or
14:9 to ll the wide screen.
For 16:9 aspect ratio pictures that have been
•
squeezed into a normal picture (4:3 aspect ratio),
use the 16:9 mode to restore the picture to its
original shape.
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Subtitle
This magnifies the picture vertically and shifts it
upwards, useful for movies with black bars above and
below and having subtitles at the bottom.
In Panoramic, 14:9 Zoom, Cinema and Subtitle modes
You can shift the picture up or down by pressing “ ”
/ “ ” buttons. Use this feature if subtitles are off the
edge of the screen.
14:9
Apicture made with 14:9 aspect ratio will be displayed
in natural width to height proportions but there will be
black bars at the sides.
14:9 Zoom
This magnies the 14:9 picture vertically, useful for
movies in a 14:9 frame with black bars above and
below.
4:3
A picture made with 4:3 aspect ratio will be displayed
in natural width to height proportions but with black
bars at the sides.
Panoramic
This stretches the left and right sides of a normal
picture (4:3 aspect ratio) to ll the screen, without
making the picture appear unnatural.
The top and bottom of the picture are slightly cut off.
Cinema
This zooms up the wide picture (16:9 aspect ratio) to
the full screen.
There will be some aspect ratio distortion.
Conguring Picture Settings
You can use different picture settings in detail.
Press “MENU” button and select the Picture icon
by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to view
Picture Settings menu.
Operating Picture Settings Menu Items
Press “
• ” or “ ” button to highlight a menu item.
Use “
• ” or “ ” button to set an item.
Press
• “MENU” button to exit.
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Picture Settings Menu Items
M o d e : P i c t u r e m o d e c a n b e s e t t o :
Cinema,Game,Dynamic and Natural according to
your preference.
Contrast: Sets the difference in brightness between
brightest and darkest parts of the picture.
Brightness: Sets the brightness value for the
screen.
Sharpness: Sets the sharpness value for the objects
displayed on the screen.
Colour: Sets the strength (Saturation) of the colour.
Backlight (optional): This setting controls the
backlight level and it can be set to Auto, Maximum,
Minimum, Medium and Eco Mode.
Note: Backlight can not be activate in VGA or Media
Browser mode or while picture mode is set as
Game.
Noise Reduction: If the broadcast signal is weak and
the picture is noisy, use Noise Reduction setting to
reduce the noise amount. Noise Reduction can be set
to one of these options: Low, Medium, High or Off.
Advanced Settings
Colour Temp
• : Adjust to give the picture a slightly
cool (blue) or warm (pink) look.
Setting Cool option gives white colours a slight blue
stress.
For normal colours, select Normal option.
Setting Warm option gives white colours a slight red
stress.
Picture Zoom
• :Sets the picture size to Auto,16:9,
Subtitle,14:9, 14:9 Zoom, 4:3, Panoramic or
Cinema.
HDMI True Black (optional)
• : While watching from
HDMI source, this feature will be visible in the Picture
Settings menu. You can use this feature to enhance
blackness in the picture. You can set this feature as
“On” for activating HDMI True Black mode.
Film Mode (optional)
• : Films are recorded
at a different number of frames per second
t o n o r m a l t e l e v i s i o n p r o g r a m m e s .
Press “ ” or “ ” buttons to select Film mode. Press
“ ” or “ ” buttons to set this featureAuto or Off. Turn
this feature to Auto when you are watching lms to
see the fast motion scenes clearly.
Colour Shift:
• Adjust the balance between the
strength of red and green colours.
Reset: Resets the picture settings to factory default
settings.
While in VGA (PC) mode, some items in Picture menu
will be unavailable. Instead, VGA mode settings will be
added to the Picture Settings while in PC mode.
PC Picture Settings
Display the picture settings menu as described under
“Conguring picture settings” on the previous page.
For Contrast, Brightness, Colour, Colour Temp
settings please see “Conguring picture settings”.
Picture Zoom offers just 4:3 and 16:9 options. For
sound please see “Conguring sound settings”.
PC Position: Select this to display PC position menu
items.
Autoposition: Automatically optimizes the display.
Press OK to optimize.
H Position: This item shifts the image horizontally to
right hand side or left hand side of the screen.
V Position: This item shifts the image vertically
towards the top or bottom of the screen.
Dot Clock: Dot Clock adjustments correct the
interference that appear as vertical banding in
dot intensive presentations like spreadsheets or
paragraphs or text in smaller fonts.
Phase: Depending on the resolution and scan
frequency that you input to the TV set, you may see
a hazy or noisy picture on the screen. In such a case
you can use this item to get a clear picture by trial
and error.
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Conguring Sound Settings
Sound settings can be congured according to your
personal preferences.
Press “MENU” button and select the sound icon by
using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to view
Sound Settings menu.
Operating Sound Settings Menu Items
Press “
• ” or “ ” button to highlight a menu item.
Use “
• ” or “ ” button to set an item.
Press
• “MENU” button to exit.
Sound Settings Menu Items
Volume: Adjusts volume level.
Equalizer: Press OK button to view equalizer sub-
menu.
In the equalizer menu, the preset can be changed
to Music, Movie, Speech, Flat, Classic and User.
Press the “MENU” button to return to the previous
menu.
Note: Equalizer menu settings can be changed
manually only when the Equalizer Mode is in User.
Balance: This setting is used for emphasizing left or
right speaker balance.
Headphone: Sets headphone volume.
Sound Mode: You can select Mono, Stereo, Dual I
or Dual II mode, only if the selected channel supports
that mode.
AVL:Automatic Volume Limiting (AVL) function sets the
sound to obtain xed output level between programmes
(For instance, volume level of advertisements tend to
be louder than programmes).
Dynamic Bass: Dynamic Bass is used to increase
bass effect of the TV set.
Digital Out: Sets digital out audio type.
Conguring Your TV’s Settings
Detailed settings can be configured to suit your
personal preferences.
Press “MENU” button and select Settings icon by
using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to view
Settings menu.
Operating Settings Menu Items
Press “
• ” or “ ” button to highlight a menu item.
Press
• OK button to select an item.
Press
• “MENU” button to exit.
Settings Menu Items
Conditional Access: Controls conditional access
modules when available.
Language: Congures language settings.
Parental: Congures parental settings.
Timers: Sets timers for selected programmes.
Date/Time: Sets date and time.
Sources: Enables or disables selected source
options.
Other Settings: Displays other setting options of
the TV set.
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Using a Conditional Access
Module (not included)
IMPORTANT: Insert or remove the CI module only
when the TV is SWITCHED OFF.
In order to watch certain digital channels, a conditional
•
access module (CAM) may be necessary.This module
must be inserted in the CI slot of your TV.
Obtain the Conditional Access Module (CAM) and
•
the viewing card by subscribing to a pay channel
company, then insert those to the TV using the
following procedure.
Insert the CAM into the CI slot: please see under
•
“Viewing the Connections - Side Connectors”.
The CAM should be correctly inserted, it is
•
impossible to insert fully if reversed. The CAM or
the TV terminal may be damaged if the CAM is
forcefully inserted.
Connect the TV to the mains supply, switch on
and then wait for few moments until the card is
activated.
Refer to the module instruction manual for details
•
of the settings.
Viewing Conditional Access Menu (*)
(*) These menu items may change depending on the
service provider.
Press “MENU” button and select the settings icon by
using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to view the
Conditional Access menu. Use “ ” or “ ” button to
highlight and press OK to view menu items.
Highlight ‘Cancel’ and press OK to exit conditional
•
access menus.
When no module is inserted, “No Common
•
Interface module detected” message appears on
the screen.
Conguring Language
Preferences
You can operate the TV’s language settings using
this menu.
Press “MENU” button and select the settings icon
by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to
view Settings menu. Press “ ”, button to highlight
Language and press OK to continue:
Highlight an item then press “ ” or “ ” to change it.
Use “ ” or “ ” button to set an item. Settings are
stored automatically.
Menu: displays the system language.
Preferred
These settings will be used if available. Otherwise the
current settings will be used.
Audio
• : Sets the preferred audio language.
Subtitle
• : Sets the subtitle language. Selected
language will be seen in subtitles.
Teletext
• : Sets teletext language.
Guide
• : Sets the preferred Guide language.
Current (*)
(*) These settings can only be changed if the current
broadcast provides alternatives.
Audio
• : Changes the audio language for the current
channel.
Subtitle
• : Sets the subtitle language for the current
channel.
Note: If the Country option is set to Denmark, Sweden,
Norway or Finland, the Language Settings menu will
function as described below:
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Language Settings
In the conguration menu, highlight the Language
Settings item by pressing “ ” or “ ” buttons. Press
OK and Language Settings submenu will be displayed
on the screen:
Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to highlight the menu item
that will be adjusted and then press “ ” or “ ” button
to set.
Notes:
System Language determines the on-screen menu
•
language.
Audio Language is used for selecting the soundtrack
•
of a channels.
Primary settings are the rst priority when multiple
•
choices are available on a broadcast. Secondary
settings are the alternatives when the rst options
are not available.
Parental Control
To prohibit viewing of certain programmes, channels
and menus can be locked by using the parental
control system.
This function enables or disables the menu protection
system and allows the PIN code to be changed.
Press “MENU” button and select Settings icon by
pressing “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to view
Settings menu.
Use “ ” or “ ” button to highlight Parental and press
OK to continue:
To display parental lock menu options, the PIN number
should be entered. The factory default PIN number
is 0000.
After keying the correct PIN number, parental settings
menu will be displayed:
Parental Settings Menu Operation
Select an item by using “
• ” or “ ” button.
Use “
• ” or “ ” button to set an item.
Menu Lock: Menu lock setting enables or disables
the menu access. You can disable access to the
installation menu or the whole menu system.
Maturity Lock (optional): When set, this option
gets the maturity information from the broadcast and
if this maturity level is disabled, disables access to
the broadcast.
Child Lock (optional): When Child Lock is set, the TV
can only be controlled by the remote control. In this
case the control panel buttons will not work, except
for the Standby Off/On button. When Child Lock is
activated you are able to switch the TV into Standby
mode with the Standby Off/On button. To switch the
TV on again, you need the remote control. Hence, if
one of those buttons is pressed, Child Lock Is On
will be displayed on the screen when the menu screen
is not visible.
Set PIN: Select this and press OK button to see the
‘Set PIN’ menu. Use numeric buttons to enter a new
pin number. You will need to key in your new pin a
second time for verication purposes.
IMPORTANT: The factory default pin number is 0000,
if you change the pin number make sure you write it
down and keep it safe.
Note: If the Country option is set to France, you can
use 4725 as the default code.
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Timers
To view Timers menu, press “MENU” button and
select Settings icon by pressing “ ” or “ ” button.
Press OK button to view Settings menu. Press “
” or “ ” button to highlight Timers and press OK to
continue:
Setting Sleep Timer
This setting is used for setting the TV to turn off after
a certain time.
Highlight Sleep Timer by using “
• ” or “ ” button.
Use “
• ” or “ ” button to set. The timer can be
programmed between Off and 2.00 hours (120
minutes) in steps of 30 minutes.
Setting Programme Timers
You can set programme timers for a particular
programme using this feature.
Press “ ” button to set timers on an event. Programme
timer function buttons will be displayed on the
screen.
Adding a Timer
Press
• YELLOW button on the remote control to
add a timer. The following menu appears on the
screen:
Channel: Changes network type by using “ ” or “ ”.
Timer Type: This feature is unavailable to be set.
Date: Enter a date using the numeric buttons.
Start: Enter a starting time using the numeric
buttons.
End: Enter an ending time using the numeric
buttons.
Duration: Displays duration between the starting and
ending time.
Repeat: Sets a timer to be repeated as Once, Daily or
Weekly. Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to select an option.
Press
• GREEN button to save the timer. Press RED
button to cancel.
Change/Delete:Controls parental settings on timers.
Editing a Timer
Select the timer you want to edit by pressing “
• ”
or “ ” button.
Press
• GREEN button. Edit Timer menu screen will
be displayed.
When nished with editing, press
• GREEN button to
save. You can press “MENU” button to cancel.
Deleting a Timer
Select the timer you want to delete by pressing “
•
” or “ ” button.
Press
• RED button.
Select
• YES by using “ ” or “ ” buttons to delete the
timer. Select NO to cancel.
Conguring Date/Time Settings
Select Date/Time in the Settings menu to congure
Date/Time settings. Press OK button.
Use “
• ” or “ ” buttons to highlight Date/Time.
Date,Time,Time Settings Mode and Time Zone Setting
will be available.
Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to highlight the Time Settings
Mode. Time Settings Mode is set using “ ” or “ ”
buttons. It can be set to AUTO or MANUAL.
When AUTO is selected, Date/Time and Time Zone
options will not be available to be set. If MANUAL
option is selected as the Time Zone can be altered:
• By pressing “ ” or “ ” buttons select Time Zone.
Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to change the Time Zone
between GMT-12 or GMT+12. Date/Time on the top
of the menu list will then change according to the
selected Time Zone.
Changes are automatically stored. Press
• “MENU”
to exit.
Conguring Source Settings
You can enables or disable selected source options. The
TV will not switch to the disabled source options when
“SOURCE” button is pressed.
(optional)
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Select
• Sources in the Settings menu and press OK
button.
Press“
• ” or “ ” buttons to select a source.
Use “
• ” or “ ” button to enable or disable the
selected source. Changes are automatically
stored.
Conguring Other Settings
To view general conguration preferences, select Other
Settings in the Settings menu and press OK button.
Operation
Press “
• ” or “ ” buttons to select an item.
Use “
• ” or “ ” button to set an option.
Press
• OK button to view a sub-menu.
Menu Timeout: Changes timeout duration for menu
screens.
Scan Encrypted Channels: When this setting is on,
search process will locate the encrypted channels as
well. If it is set as Off, encrypted channels will not be
located in automatic search or manual search.
Blue Background (Optional):Activates or deactivates
blue background system when the signal is weak or
absent.
Software Upgrade: This feature ensures your TV
operating system is always up to date with changes
in broadcast services. Highlight and press OK to open
the upgrade options menu. For automatic operation
(recommended) set it to ‘enabled’ and put the TV
in standby mode when it is not in use. For ‘standby
mode’ see ‘To switch the TV off’. See ‘Appendix E’ for
further information.
You can enable or disable automatic upgrade by
setting Automatic Scanning option.
You can manually search for new software by
selecting Scan for upgrade.
Application version: Displays the current application
version.
You can check the upgrades schedule on the digital
TV web site, select ‘Scan for upgrade’ and press OK
to scan manually. The upgrade broadcast schedule in
the UK is published on http://www.dtg.org.uk/industry/
download_schedule.php.
Hard of Hearing: When set to ‘On’, additional
information may appear on-screen to help people with
hearing difculties. Such information will only appear if
it is included in the current digital TV broadcast.
Audio Description: Audio description refers to
an additional narration track for blind and visually
impaired viewers of visual media, including television
and movies. The description narrator talks through
the presentation, describing what is happening on the
screen during the natural pauses in the audio (and
sometimes during dialogue, if deemed necessary).
You can use this feature if the current broadcast
contains audio description. Audio Description
schedules in the UK are published on http://www.
tvhelp.org.uk/audes/schedule.php.
Auto TV Off: You can set the timeout value of auto
off If you do not press any TV control buttons the TV
will go off after the set time.
Standby Search (optional): Use “ ” or “ ” button
to select Standby Search and then press “ ” or “
” button to set this setting as On or Off. If you
change Standby Search to Off, this function will be
unavailable.To use Standby search please make sure
that you select Standby Search as On.
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Other Features
Displaying TV Information: Programme Number,
Programme Name, Sound Indicator, time, teletext,
channel type and signal information is displayed on the
screen when a new programme is entered or “INFO”
button is pressed.
Mute Function: Press “ ” button to disable sound.
Mute indicator will be displayed in the upper side of
the screen. To cancel mute, there are two alternatives;
the rst one is pressing the “ ” button and the second
one is increasing the volume level.
Picture Mode Selection: By pressing PRESETS
button, you can change Picture Mode settings in
accordance with your viewing requirements.Available
options are Dynamic, Natural, Game and Cinema.
Displaying Subtitles: You can enable subtitles by
pressing the SUBTITLE button of the remote control.
Press SUBTITLE button again to disable subtitle
function.
If “Subtitle” is On, pressing the “ ” button causes
the following warning message display on the screen
(** for UK only).
Teletext for analogue TV
The teletext system transmits information such as
news, sports and weather on your TV. Note as the
signal degrades, for example in poor/adverse weather
conditions, some text errors may occur or the teletext
mode may be aborted.
Teletext function buttons are listed below:
“ ” Teletext:Activates teletext mode when pressed
once. Press again to place the teletext screen over
the programme (mix).Pressing again will quit the
teletext mode.
“RETURN” Index: Selects the teletext index page.
“INFO”Reveal: Shows hidden information (e.g.
solutions of games).
“OK” Hold: Holds a text page when convenient. Press
again to resume.
“ ”/“ ” Subcode Pages: Selects subcode pages
if available as indicated by an arrow next to the page
number.
P+ or P- and numbers (0-9): Press to select a page.
Note: Most TV stations use page 100 for their index
pages.
Coloured Buttons (RED/GREEN/YELLOW/
BLUE)
Your TV supports both FASTEXT and TOP text
systems. When these systems are available, the
pages are divided into groups or topics. When
FASTEXT is available,coloured text at the foot of
the page shows which subject will be displayed by
pressing the corresponding coloured button.
The coloured writings will appear, showing you which
coloured buttons to use when TOP text transmission
is present. Pressing “ ” or “ ” commands will request
the next or previous page respectively.
Teletext for Digital TV
The appearance and behaviour of digital TV teletext
is different to analogue TV but it is easily operated by
following on-screen prompts.
“ ” Teletext / Mix :Press once and the TV will
display teletext if it is available on the current TV
channel. Press again to quit teletext.
“ ” / “ ” Highlight subject and press OK to view it.
Number buttons (0-9): Press to key in a page number
and it will appear on-screen.
Coloured buttons (RED, GREEN, YELLOW, BLUE):
Press to view the corresponding subject labelled
on-screen.
Tips
Screen Care: Only use cleaners approved for LCD
screens.
Do not use abrasive solvents as they may damage the
coating layer of the TV screen. For your safety, unplug
the mains plug when cleaning the set. When moving
the TV, hold it properly by the bottom part.
Image Persistence: Please note that ghosting may
occur while displaying a static image.LCD TVs’ image
persistence may disappear after a short time. Try
turning off the TV for a while.
To avoid this, do not leave the screen displaying a
static image for extended periods.
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Appendix A: PC Input Typical
Display Modes
The display has a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1200.
The following table is an illustration of some of the
typical video display modes. Your TV may not support
different resolutions. Supported resolution modes are
listed below. If you switch your PC to an unsupported
mode, a warning OSD will appear on the screen.
Further Connection Advice
If using a PC Sound card, set the volume to
1.
your preferred level.
Set the Video resolution of your PC to 1360 X
2.
768 60Hz on its original monitor.
Make the connections between the PC and the
TV, switch on the TV before booting the PC.
You can now set your preferred resolution from
3.
the choice supported in the table above.
Index Resolution Frequency
1 640x350 85 Hz
2 640x400 70 Hz
3 640x480
60Hz-66Hz-72Hz
-75Hz-85Hz
4 800x600
56Hz-60Hz-70Hz-72Hz
-75Hz-85Hz
5 832x624 75 Hz
6 1024x768
60Hz-66Hz-70Hz-72Hz
-75Hz
7 1152x864
60Hz-70Hz-75Hz
-85 Hz
8 1280x768 60 HzA
9 1280x768 60 HzB
10 1280x768 75Hz-85Hz
11 1280x960 60Hz-75Hz-85Hz
12 1280x1024 60Hz-75Hz-85Hz
13 1360x768 60 Hz
14 1400x1050 60 HzA
15 1400x1050 60 HzB
16 1400x1050 75Hz-85Hz
17 1400x900 65Hz-75Hz
18 1600x1200 60 Hz
19 1680x1050 60 Hz
20 1920x1080 60 HzA
21 1920x1080 60 HzB
22 1920x1200 60HzA
23 1920x1200 60Hz
Appendix B: AV and HDMI Signal
Compatibility (Input Signal Types)
Source Supported Signals Available
EXT
(SCART)
PAL 50/60 O
NTSC 60 O
RGB 50 O
RGB 60 O
Side AV
PAL 50/60 O
NTSC 60 O
YPbPr
480I 60Hz O
480P 60Hz O
576I 50Hz O
576P 50Hz O
720P 50Hz O
720P 60Hz O
1080I 50Hz O
1080I 60Hz O
1080P 50Hz O
1080P 60Hz O
HDMI
480I 60Hz O
480P 60Hz O
576I 50Hz O
576P 50Hz O
720P 50Hz O
720P 60Hz O
1080I 50Hz O
1080I 60Hz O
1080P 24Hz O
1080P 25Hz O
1080P 30Hz O
1080P 50Hz O
1080P 60Hz O
(X: Not Available, O: Available)
In some cases a signal on the LCD TV may not
be displayed properly. The problem may be an
inconsistency with standards from the source
equipment (DVD, Set-top box, etc. ). If you do
experience such a problem please contact your dealer
and also the manufacturer of the source equipment.
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Appendix C: Supported DVI
Resolutions
When connecting devices to your TV’s connectors by
using DVI to HDMI cables (not supplied), you can refer
to the following resolution information.
Index Resolution Frequency
1 640x400 70Hz
2 640x480
60Hz-66Hz-72Hz
-75Hz
3 800x600
56Hz-60Hz-70Hz-
72Hz -75Hz
4 832x624 75 Hz
5 1024x768
60Hz-66Hz-70Hz-
72Hz -75Hz
6 1152x864 60Hz-70Hz-75Hz
7 1152x870 75Hz
8 1280x768 60 HzA
9 1280x768 60 HzB
10 1280x768 75Hz
11 1280x960 60Hz-75Hz
12 1280x1024 60Hz-75Hz
13 1360x768 60 Hz
14 1400x1050 60 HzA
15 1400x1050 60 HzB
16 1400x1050 75Hz
17 1400x900 65Hz-75Hz
18 1600x1200 60 Hz
19 1680x1050 60 Hz
20 1920x1080 60 HzA
21 1920x1080 60 HzB
22 1920x1200 60HzA
23 1920x1200 60Hz
24 480i-480p 60Hz
25 576i-576p 50Hz
Appendix D: Software Upgrade
Your TV is capable of nding and updating new
•
software upgrades over broadcast channels.
For broadcast channels search, the TV looks at the
•
available channels stored in your settings. So before
the software upgrade search, it is advised to auto
search and update all available channels.
1) Software upgrade search via user
interface
It is possible to manually to check if there is a new
•
software upgrade for your TV set.
Simply navigate on your main menu. Choose
•
Settings and select Other Settings menu. In Other
Settings menu navigate on to the Software Upgrade
item and press OK button to open Upgrade Options
menu.
In Upgrade Options menu select Scan for upgrade
•
and press OK button.
If a new upgrade is found, it starts to download the
•
upgrade. A progress bar indicates the remaining
download progress. When the download completes
successfully a message is displayed for reboot to
activate new software. Press OK to continue with
the reboot operation.
2) 3.AM search and upgrade mode
If Automatic scanning in Upgrade Options menu is
•
enabled, the TV wakes up at 03:00 and searches
the broadcast channels for new software upgrade. If
new software is found and downloaded successfully,
with the next power up the TV opens with new
software version.
Note on reboot operation: Reboot is the last step
in software upgrade operation if download of new
software is nished successfully. During reboot TV
makes nal initializations. In the reboot sequence
panel power is closed and front led indicates the
activity with blinking. Around 5 minutes later TV
restarts with new software activated.
• If your TV fails to restart in 10 minutes, unplug power
for 5 minutes and re-plug again. TV should open with
new software safely. If you still can not get TV working,
please kindly repeat unplug and plug sequence If
your set still can not operate, please call the service
personnel to x the problem for you.
Caution: While the LED is blinking during reboot do
not unplug your TV’s power. Doing this may cause
your TV not to re-start again and can only be xed
by service personnel.
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Appendix E : Supported File Formats for USB Mode
Media
File
Extension
Format Remarks
Video Audio (Maximum resolution/Bit rate etc.)
Movie
.mpg / .dat /
.vob / mkv /
rmvb / ts /
trp / tp/
MPEG1 MPEG Layer 1/2/3 20Mbit/sec
MPEG2 MPEG2
XviD/ 3ivx PCM/MP3 XviD Verson up to: 1.1.2
Mpeg2-TS
H264-TS
EAC3/ AC3 20Mbit/sec
RMVB IMA/LBR 10Mbit/sec
MPEG4 PCM/MP3
.avi
MS ISO
MPEG4
PCM/MP3 Support SP and ASP
MJPEG PCM 30fps@VGA
Music
m4a- - -
Sample Rate: 8K ~ 48KHz,
Bit Rate: 24kbps~384Kbps
.mp3 -
MPEG 1/2
Layer 1/ 2/
3 (MP3)
Sample Rate: 8K ~ 48KHz,
Bit Rate: 128bps~320Kbps
Photo .jpg
Baseline JPEG WxH = 15360x8640
Progressive JPEG WxH = 1024x768
Products
Battery
Information for Users on Disposal of old Equipment and
Batteries
[European Union only]
These symbols indicate that equipment with these symbols should not
be disposed of as general household waste. If you want to dispose
of the product or battery, please consider the collection systems or
facilities for appropriate recycling.
Notice: The sign Pb below the symbol for batteries indicates that this
battery contains lead.
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Specications
TV BROADCASTING
PAL/SECAM B/G D/K K’ I/I’ L/L’
RECEIVING CHANNELS
VHF (BAND I/III)
UHF (BAND U)
HYPERBAND
NUMBER OF PRESET CHANNELS
1000
CHANNEL INDICATOR
On Screen Display
RF AERIAL INPUT
75 Ohm (unbalanced)
OPERATING VOLTAGE
220-240V AC, 50 Hz.
AUDIO
German + Nicam Stereo
AUDIO OUTPUT POWER (WRMS.
) (10% THD)
2 x 2,5
POWER CONSUMPTION (W)
45 W (max)
PANEL
16:9 display, 19” Screen Size
DIMENSIONS (mm)
DxLxH (With foot): 118 x 463 x 344
Weight (Kg): 5,10
DxLxH (Without foot): 63 x 463 x 312
Weight (Kg): 4,95
Digital
Reception
DVB-T
MHEG-5 ENGINE compliant with ISO/IEC 13522-5 UK engine Prole 1
for UK
Object carousel support compliant with ISO/IEC 135818-6 and UK DTT prole
Frequency range: 474-850 MHz for UK models
170-862 MHz for EU models
Transmission standard: DVB-T. MPEG-2, MPEG-4
Demodulation: COFDM with 2K/8K FFT mode
FEC: all DVB modes
Video: MP@ML, PAL, 4:3/16:9
Audio: MPEG Layer I&II 32/44.148kHz.
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Contents
Features ............................................................... 72
General Properties............................................ 72
Safety Information ................................................ 73
Notes on Discs ..................................................... 73
On handling discs ............................................. 73
On cleaning....................................................... 73
Licence Notication .............................................. 73
How to Watch a DVD............................................ 73
DVD Control Panel Buttons.................................. 74
Overview of the Remote Control .......................... 74
General Operation................................................ 75
General Playback ................................................. 76
Basic Play......................................................... 76
For your reference: ....................................... 76
Notes on Playback:........................................... 76
Setup Menu Items ................................................ 76
Vdeo Setup Page............................................. 76
TV Type......................................................... 76
DivX VOD ..................................................... 76
Language Setup ............................................... 76
OSD LANG ................................................... 76
AUDIO .......................................................... 76
DISC MENU.................................................. 76
SUBTITLE..................................................... 77
Preferences ...................................................... 77
DEFAULT...................................................... 77
DOWNMIX .................................................... 77
PASSWORD (Change Password): ............... 77
SPDIF OUTPUT............................................ 77
Troubleshooting.................................................... 77
The picture quality is poor (DVD)...................... 77
Disc does not play ............................................ 77
Wrong OSD language....................................... 77
Some functions (Angle, Zoom etc) do not work 78
No picture ......................................................... 78
No sound .......................................................... 78
Distorted sound................................................. 78
No response from remote control ..................... 78
If nothing works................................................. 78
Denition of Terms................................................ 78
Disc Types Compatible with This Unit .................. 79
Supported File Formats........................................ 80
Specications ....................................................... 80
Features
General Properties
• DVD / CD / CD-R / CD-RW / MP3 / JPEG / MPEG
/ DivX playback.
• NTSC/PAL playback (according to disc content)
• LPCM audio via coaxial digital audio output.
(optional)
• Multi-Audio (up to 8) support (According to disc
content)
• Multi-Subtitle (up to 32) support (According to disc
content)
• Multi-Angle (up to 9) support (According to disc
content)
• 8 level parental control
• Fast forward and rewind in 5 different speeds. (2x,
4x, 8x, 16x, 32x)
• Slow motion playback in 4 different speeds. (1/2x,
1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x forward)
• Frame by frame forward playback.
• Search Mode
• Repeat
• Coaxial audio output (optional)
• Copied disks may be incompatible.
Note
• This DVD player may not support some MP3
recordings due to differences in recording formats
or disc type.
• Please read the owner’s manual about MP3 playback.
• CD-R/CD-RW discs recorded by CD-DA method
can be played. Some CD-R/CD-RW discs may be
incompatible due to laser pick-up and disc design.
• DVD-R/RW discs recorded by DVD-Video method
can be played . Some DVD-R/RW discs may be
incompatible due to laser pick-up and disc design.
• Some discs may be incompatible with JPEG Viewer
function due to different recording format or
condition of the discs.
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Safety Information
CAUTION
DVD Player is a class 1 laser product. However this
product uses a visible laser beam which could cause
hazardous radiation exposure. Be sure to operate the
player correctly as instructed.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is
intended to alert the user to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
the product’s enclosure that may be of
of electric shock of persons.
Theexclamationpointwithinanequilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions
in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
Notes on Discs
On handling discs
• To keep the disc clean, handle the disc by its edge.
Do not touch the surface.
• Do not stick paper or tape on the disc.
• If the disc is contaminated with any substance like
glue remove before using it.
• Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or heat
sources such as hot air ducts, or leave it in a car
parked in direct sunlight as the temperature can rise
quickly and damage the disc.
• After playing, store the disc in its case.
On cleaning
• Before playing, clean the disc with a cleaning cloth.
Wipe the disc from the center out.
• Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner,
commercially available cleaners or anti-static spray
intended for vinyl LPs.
cation
• This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents
and other intellectual property rights. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Rovi Corporation, and is intended for
home and other limited viewing uses only unless
otherwise authorized by Rovi Corporation. Reverse
engineering and disassembly are prohibited.
How to Watch a DVD
When placing a disc into the loader, labeled side of
the disc should be facing you.
by using the SOURCE button on the remote control.
Press play on the remote control, or directly press play
button on the front panel. If there is no disc inside the
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DVD Control Panel Buttons
A. Disc loader
B. Play / Pause
Plays/pauses the disc. When DVD menu (root menu) is active, this button functions
as “button select” (selects the highlighted item in menu) if this is not prohibited by the
disc.
C. Stop / Eject
Stop playing disc / Eject or Load the disc Note:
• You cannot eject the disc via the remote control.
Overview of the Remote Control
Standby
1.
Numeric buttons
2.
Return back
3.
Language selection (Set language)
4.
Display time / DVD menu
5.
Clear
6.
Stop
7.
No function
8.
Rapid Reverse
9.
Rapid advance
10.
Info
11.
Zoom
12.
Repeat
13.
Root
14.
Menu
15.
Title
16.
OK / Select
17.
Navigation Buttons
18.
Subtitle
19.
Angle
20.
Search mode
21.
Play
22.
Pause
23.
Skip next
24.
Skip previous
25.
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General Operation
You can operate DVD, movie CD, music or picture CD’s content by using the proper buttons on your remote
control. Below are main functions of commonly used remote control buttons.
Buttons on the
Remote Control
DVD
Playback
Movie
Playback
Picture
Playback
Music
Playback
Play Play Play Play
Pause Pause Pause Pause
Stop Stop Stop Stop
/ Skip
backward/forward
Skip
backward/forward
Previous / Next Previous / Next
/ Shifts the zoomed picture left or right (if available).
/ Highlights a menu item. / Shifts the zoomed picture down or up (if available).
/ Fast reverse / Fast forward
ANGLE
Views the scene from different angles (if
available).
Changes slide
effect (depends
on the
content).
X
C Clears digit (if available).
DISPLAY Displays time / Views main setup menu
INFO Time counter mode selection (during playback). Press repeatedly to switch
between modes.
LANG. Audio language. X X
MENU
Displays TV menu.
OK / SELECT Enter / View / Play
REPEAT Displays repeat options.
RETURN Returns back to the previous menu (if available).
ROOT Goes back to the root folder (if available).
SEARCH MODE (*)
Direct selection of scenes or time.
Selects the
desired file.
Selects the
desired file.
SUBTITLE Subtitle on-off. Press repeatedly to switch
between subtitle options.
X X
TITLE Displays disc menu
(if available).
Displays disc menu
(if available).
X X
ZOOM Zooms picture. Press repeatedly to switch between zoom options.
Other Functions – Button Combinations
(During playback)
+ Slow forward.
[ + ] + Sets slow forward speed.
+ Sets fast forward speed.
+ Sets fast reverse speed.
+ Confirms stop command.
+ Press repeatedly to advance manually.
(*) You can switch to title by pressing numeric keys directly. You need to press 0 and then digit key to
switch one digit titles (example: to select 5, press 0 and then 5 within 3 seconds..
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General Playback
Basic Play
Press on the power button
1.
Please insert a disc to the loader.
2.
The disc will be automatically loaded and play
commences if the disc does not have any menus
recorded on it.
A menu may appear on the TV screen after a few
moments or the lm may start immediately after the
introduction of the Film Company. This behaviour
depends on the disc content and may change.
Note: Step 3 and 4 is available only when a menu is
recorded on the disc.
Press “
3. ” / “ ” / / or the number button
(s) to select the preferred title.
Press SELECT.
4.
Play of the selected items now starts.The played item
may be a motion picture, a still picture or another
submenu depending on the disc.
For your reference:
If an action corresponding to a button is prohibited the
“ ” symbol appears.
Notes on Playback:
No sound will be heard during Rapid advance
1.
or Rapid reverse.
No sound will be heard during Slow motion play.
2.
Reverse slow motion play is not available.
3.
In some cases, the subtitle language is not
4.
changed immediately to the selected one.
When the preferred language is not selected even
5.
after pressing the button several times, it means
that the language is not available on the disc.
When the player is restarted or the disc is
6.
changed, the subtitle selection is automatically
changed back to the initial settings.
If a language is selected, not supported by the
7.
disc, the subtitle language will automatically be
set to the disc’s priority language.
Usually a circulation will happen while switching
8.
to another language, that is you can cancel
the subtitle by pressing this button a number of
times until “Subtitle Off” appears on the screen.
When the power is turned on or the disc is
9.
removed, the language heard is the one
selected at the initial settings. If this language
is not recorded on the disc, only the available
language on the disc will be heard.
Some DVDs may not contain root and/or title
10.
menus.
Reverse stepping is not available.
11.
For your convenience:
12.
If you attempt to enter a number greater than the total
time of the current title, the time search box disappears
and “ Input Invalid” message appears on up-left
corner of screen.
Slide Show is disabled when the ZOOM mode
13.
is on.
Setup Menu Items
To display the setup menu, or to exit the menu, press
DISPLAY button (5) on the remote.
Vdeo Setup Page
TV Type
TV Type is only available as ‘PAL’. The TV set also
supports NTSC signal; however, the signal will be
converted to PAL when it appears on the screen.
DivX VOD
DivX VOD provides the convenience of streaming
video in terms of quality and performance.
Language Setup
OSD LANG
You can select the default OSD language of the
player menus
AUDIO
You can select the default audio language if supported
by the DVD disc.
DISC MENU
You can select the DVD’s disc menu language among
these languages. Disc menu appears in the selected
language, if supported by the DVD disc.
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SUBTITLE
You can select the default subtitle language if
supported by the DVD disc.
Preferences
DEFAULT
If you choose RESET and press SELECT, the factory-
presets are loaded. Parental level and parental
password does not change.
DOWNMIX
This mode can be selected when the digital audio
output of the TV is used.
SURROUND: Surround sound output.
STEREO: Two channels stereo.
PARENTAL (Parental Level)
Playing some DVDs can be limited depending on the
age of users. The “Parental Control” function allows
playback limitation level to be set by the parent.
Parental Level can be adjusted to one of the eight
levels. Level “8ADULT” adjustment let you watch all of
the DVD titles ignoring the DVD disc’s parental level.
You can watch the DVD discs, which has the same or
lower parental level than the player’s level only.
PASSWORD (Change Password):
Using this item you can change the current
password.
To change the password you will be prompted to
enter your old password. After you have entered
your old password, you can now enter the new 4-digit
password.
You can use C key to delete the incorrect entry.
Note: Factory preset of the password is “0000”. You
have to enter XXXX digital password every time you
want to change the parental level. If you forget your
password please contact technical service.
SPDIF OUTPUT
You can set Spdif Output as PCM or RAW. If you select
PCM from SPDIF Output in DVD menu and play DVD
with Dolby audio, you can get audio output with two
channels via the speakers and the SPDIF Out. If you
select RAW from SPDIF Output in DVD menu and play
DVD with Dolby audio, speakers will be muted and you
can get 5+1 Dolby audio via the SPDIF Out.
Troubleshooting
The picture quality is poor (DVD)
• Make sure the DVD disc surface is not damaged.
(Scratch, ngerprint etc.)
• Clean the DVD disc and try again.
See instructions described in “Notes on Discs” to clean
your disc properly.
• Ensure that the DVD disc is in the drawer with the
label uppermost.
• A damp DVD disc or condensation may effect the
equipment. Wait for 1 to 2 hours in Stand-by to dry
the equipment.
Disc does not play
• No disc in the machine.
Place a disc into the loader.
• Disc incorrectly loaded.
Ensure that the DVD disc is in the drawer with the
label uppermost.
• Wrong type of disc. The machine cannot play CD-
ROMS etc.
• The region code of the DVD must match the
player.
Wrong OSD language
• Select the language in the set-up menu.
• The language for the sound or subtitles on a DVD
cannot be changed.
• Multilingual sound and/or subtitles not recorded on
the DVD.
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• Try to change the sound or subtitles using DVD’s title
menu. Some DVD’s do not allow the user to change
these settings without using the disc’s menu.
Some functions (Angle, Zoom etc) do
not work
• These functions are not available on the DVD.
• Angle can only be changed when the angle symbol
is displayed.
No picture
• Have you pressed the correct buttons on the remote
control? Try once more.
No sound
• Check the volume is set to an audible level.
• Make sure you have not switched the sound off
accidentally.
Distorted sound
• Check that the appropriate listening mode setting
is correct.
No response from remote control
• Make sure the remote control is in the correct
mode.
• Check batteries are tted correctly.
• Change the batteries.
If nothing works
If you have tried the above solutions and none seem
to work, try switching your TV-DVD off and on again.
If this does not work, contact your supplier or TV-DVD
repair technician. Never attempt to repair a defective
TV-DVD yourself.
Denition of Terms
Angle
Recorded onto some DVD discs are scenes, which
have been simultaneously shot from a number of
different angles (the same scene is shot from the
front, from the left side, from the right side, etc.). With
such discs, the ANGLE button can be used to view
the scene from different angles.
Chapter Number
These numbers are recorded on DVD discs. A title
is subdivided into many sections, each of which are
numbered, and specic parts of video presentations
can be searched quickly using these numbers.
DVD
This refers to a high-density optical disc on which
high-quality pictures and sound have been recorded
by means of digital signals. Incorporating a new video
compression technology (MPEG II) and high-density
recording technology. DVD enables aesthetically
pleasing full-motion video to be recorded over long
periods of time (for instance, a whole movie can be
recorded).
DVD has a structure consisting of two 0.6-mm thin
discs, which are adhered to each other. Since the
thinner the disc, the higher the density at which the
information can be recorded, a DVD disc has a greater
capacity than a single 1.2 mm thick disc. Since the
two thin discs are adhered to each other, there is the
potential to achieve double-sided play sometime in
the future for even longer duration play.
Subtitles
These are printed lines appearing at the bottom of
the screen, which translate or transcribe the dialogue.
They are recorded on the DVD discs.
Time Number
This indicates the playtime, which has elapsed from
the start of a disc or a title. It can be used to nd a
specic scene quickly. (Not all discs permit the time
search feature to be used. Availability is determined
by the disc’s manufacturer.)
Title Number
These numbers are recorded on DVD discs. When a
disc contains two or more movies, these movies are
numbered as title 1, title 2, etc.
Track Number
These numbers are assigned to the tracks, which are
recorded on AudioCDs. They enable specic tracks
to be located quickly.
LPCM
LPCM stands for Linear Pulse Code Modulation and
is the basis of digital audio on CD and DVD. The
analogue signal is converted into a sequence of
numbers representing the magnitude of the signal.
MPEG
Short for Moving Picture Experts Group. This is an
international standard for compression of moving
images. On some DVDs digital audio has been
compressed and recorded in this format.
DivX
DivX is a digital video compression technology based
on MPEG-4 and developed by DivX Networks Inc.
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Disc Types Compatible with This Unit
D I G IT A L A U D I O
D V D
A U D IO -C D
A u d io
+
V id eo
12 cm
A u d io 12 cm
A u d io
(xx x x.m p 3)
M P 3 -C D
J P E G
R E A D A B L E
P IC T U R E -C D
V id eo
(still p ic tu re )
• M P 3 is reco rde d as a D ig ital S ig nal w ith
be tter au d io q u ality, le ss d isto rtion an d
less d eterio ration o f au d io q u ality
ov er tim e.
• JP E G is reco rd ed as a D ig ital S ig n al w ith
b etter p ic tu re q u a lity o ver tim e.
R E A D A B L E
D is c Ty p es
(L o g o s )
R ec o rd in g
Ty p es
D is c S ize M a x.
P layin g
Tim e
74 m in .
S ing le -
sid ed ; 240 m in
.
D o u b le -
sid ed ; 480 m in
.
C h aracteristic s
• D V D co n ta in s ex cellen t so u n d a n d vid eo
du e to D olby D igital and M P E G -2 S ystem .
• Vario u s screen and au dio fu nctio n s ca n b e
easily selected throu gh th e on scr een
m enu .
• A n LP is record ed as an an alo g sig n al w ith
m ore d isto rtio n . C D is re cord e d as a
D ig ita l S ig n al w ith better au dio q u ality,
less d istortio n and less d eterio ration o f
au d io q u ality ove r tim e.
12 cm
12 cm
D ivX
• V id eo & A u dio w ith M P E G -4 C o m pressio n
tech n olo g y.
A u d io
+
V id eo
12 cm
For proper operation, only 12 cm discs must be used.
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Supported File Formats
Media
File
Extension
Format Remarks
Video Audio (Maximum resolution/Bit rate etc.)
Movie
(optional)
.mpg/ .dat/
.vob
MPEG1
MPEG Layer
1/2/3
MPEG2 MPEG2
.avi
XviD/ 3ivx PCM/MP3 XviD Verson up to: 1.1.2 / DivX 3.1.x, 4.x, 5.x
MPEG4 PCM/MP3
MS ISO
MPEG4
PCM/MP3 Support SP and ASP
Music
- - PCM Sample Rate: 8K ~ 48KHz
.mp3 -
MPEG 1/2
Layer 1/2/3
(MP3)
Sample Rate: 8K ~ 48KHz, Bit Rate:
64K~320Kbps
Photo .jpg
Baseline JPEG
WxH = 8902x8902 up to 77Mega-pixel
Support format: 444/ 440/ 422/ 420/ Grayscale
Progressive JPEG
Up to 4 Mega-pixel
Support format: 444/ 440/ 422/ 420/ Grayscale
External
Subtitles
(optional)
.srt
Support Text File Format, but do not support
Picture File Format
.smi
.sub
.ssa
.ass
Note: It is not guaranteed that all DivX formats are supported.
Specications
Types of Discs
Supported
DVD: SS/SL 4.7” (DVD-5)
SS/DL 4.7” (DVD-9)
DS/SL 4.7” (DVD-10)
DS/DL 4.7” (DVD-18)
CD-DA
CD-R
CD-RW
MP-3/JPEG
Video Type
MPEG-2 Video Standard Decoding (MPEG-1 supported)
Full-Screen Video Display of 720 x 576 (PAL) & 720 x 480 (NTSC) pixels
50 and 60 Hz frame refresh rates (PAL & NTSC)
Digital bit-stream processing rate up to 108Mbits/sec
Line resolution more than 500 lines
Audio Type
MPEG Multichannel Decoding
LPCM
Audio Output
Analog Outputs:
24 bit /48, 44.1kHz down-sampling DAC
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