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  • Brand: Beko
  • Product: LCD TV
  • Model/name: 19WLP530HID
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  • Available languages: English

Table of Contents

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INTEGRATED DIGITAL HD READY COLOUR TELEVISIONS
19WLP530HID
Operating Instructions
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CONTENTS
1	 IMPORTANT INFORMATION...................................................................1
1.1 Your New Television.
...........................................................................................2
1.2 Important Safety Instructions..............................................................................3
1.3 Electrical information...........................................................................................5
2	 GETTING STARTED..................................................................................6
2.1 Powering on your TV and the initial use...............................................................6
2.2 Aerial Installation.................................................................................................6
2.3 Stand Removal...................................................................................................7
2.4 Remote Control Batteries.
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2.5 TV Control Panel.................................................................................................8
2.6 Rear and Side External Connections...................................................................9
2.7 Remote Control..................................................................................................10
2.8 Basic Television Controls....................................................................................11
3	 TUNING YOUR TELEVISION....................................................................13
3.1 Turning on your television for the first time and tuning.........................................13
3.2 Performing Digital channel settings.....................................................................13
3.3 Performing Analog channel settings....................................................................14
3.4 Electronic TV Guide (EPG).
..................................................................................16
3.5 Program table.....................................................................................................17
3.6 Signal Information...............................................................................................19
3.7 CA Module (Conditional Access).........................................................................19
4	 THE SETTINGS ON YOUR NEW TELEVISION........................................20
4.1 Performing the Sound settings............................................................................20
4.2 Performing the Picture settings...........................................................................21
4.3 Performing the timer settings..............................................................................24
4.4 Options menu settings........................................................................................25
4.5 Parental Control..................................................................................................26
4.6 Other picture features.........................................................................................27
5	 TELETEXT.
.................................................................................................28
6	 EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS..............................................30
6.1 Connecting an external device via Scart connection.
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6.2 Connecting external equipment via AV connection..............................................30
6.3 Connecting an external device via YPBPR connection........................................31
6.4 Connecting an external device via HDMI connection...........................................31
6.5 PC connection....................................................................................................32
6.6 Inserting the CI (Common Interface) card............................................................33
7	 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION...................................................................34
7.2 Technical Specifications Chart............................................................................35
7.3 The Digital Switchover.
........................................................................................36
7.4 UK Transmitter Stations (Analogue).....................................................................38
7.5 Your Television Guarante....................................................................................39
INDEX...............................................................................................................41
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1	 IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Congratulations on your choice of Television.
Should you need assistance with initial setting up or connectivity of your
Television, or believe that you have a problem we would encourage you in
the first instance to call our dedicated helpdesk
before returning your product to your store as in many cases your problem
may be resolved by advice received from our helpdesk.
Helpdesk: 0845 600 4911
LCD panels are produced with state-of-the-art technology. However, there may be
missing or lit spots on the screen under certain circumstances. That does not mean
that the product is faulty.
Cleaning the screen and cabinet...
After powering off, wipe the screen and the cabinet clean with a soft and dry cloth.
We recommend that you do not use patented polishes or solvents on the screen or
cabinet since they may cause damage.
Disposing of your TV at the end of service life...
The cold cathode fluorescent lamp found in your LCD screen contains a very small
amount of mercury. Once your TV reaches the end of its useful life, please dispose of
it in accordance with local government regulations or leave it at a recycling centre.
Superior features of your integrated digital television
This television can receive and process all analogue and digital broadcasts. This
television set has an integrated digital and analogue receiver. The digital receiver
unit processes the signals coming from digital transmitters and converts them into
superior sound and image quality. TV Guide (valid for digital broadcasts only) informs
you about changes in the program list briefly and provides program lists of all digital
broadcasts for a number of forthcoming days. You can display detailed information
about each program by pressing a single button if this feature is supported by
the broadcaster. This television has a comprehensive and user friendly menu
configuration.
Receiving digital broadcasting channels
You will need an outdoor or aerial to receive digital broadcastings. Contrary to the
analog broadcastings, all digital broadcastings may not have their own transmission
frequency. Instead, various digital broadcasting channels are gathered in regional
or national groups called bouquets. You can find current transmission data from
teletexts of various broadcasting enterprises or from TV guide or from the internet.
Note: 	 HD Signals must be connected to the HDMI or component (YPbPr) inputs. 	
	 See page 9 for external connections.
	 You should check your postcode to make sure that you are in a Freeview 		
	 coverage area (www.freeview.co.uk).
	 Please refer to Section 7.3 for more information on the Digital Switchover.
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An integrated digital TV lets you access
the free digital channels that are broadcast
in the UK.
It uses a digital signal, received through
your normal aerial. For more information
please visit www.digitaluk.co.uk
Freeview digital TVs give you over 40
free channels that you can watch for no
subscription.
For more information on Digital Television
and Freeview, and to check reception in your
area please visit www.freeview.co.uk
1.1	 Your New Television
Thank you for buying this HD ready television which is designed to give you many
years of trouble free viewing. We recommend you take time to read this instruction
booklet to ensure you are familiar with the many new features your television offers.
Note: LCD televisions are produced with state-of-the-art technology. However, there
may be missing or lit spots on the screen under certain circumstances. This does not
mean that the television is faulty.
HD & Digital Ready
Your television has Freeview integrated so you can immediately access many free
digital channels. Cable or Satellite set top boxes can be connected via the SCART
sockets or the HDMI connection which allows viewing of High Definition (HD)
programs, games or DVD’s.
Easy to Use
Many features make using your new television easy to use. In digital mode, there’s
a built in 8-Day Electronic Program Guide (EPG). Automatic channel tuning for
Analogue and Digital stations makes installation quick and simple, whilst the on-
screen menu system has been designed to be intuitive to use.
This Instruction Booklet features a full Index of topics at the rear which should be
referred to when searching for instructions on specific features of the television.
* HDMI, the HDMI logo and High Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
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1.2	 Important Safety Instructions
1)	 Please READ the operating instructions before using the your TV for the
first time.
2)	 Wipe the TV cabinet clean with a soft and dry cloth. Wipe dust from
the screen gently with a soft cloth. Stubborn stains can be cleaned
with a cloth slightly moistened with soap and lukewarm water. Never
use solvents such as thinner or gasoline for cleaning. Unplug the AC
power cable from the socket when cleaning the TV. Otherwise, there
is the risk of electric shock.
3)	 The cold cathode fluorescent lamp found in your LCD screen contains a
very small amount of mercury. Once your TV reaches the end of its useful
life, please dispose of it in accordance with local government regulations
or leave it at a recycling centre.
4)	 MAKE SURE that all power connections (extension cables and the
connections between the TV components) have been made properly
and in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Before making
or changing the connections, power off the TV and unplug the mains
connection plug.
5)	 If you have any doubts regarding the installation, operation or safety of
	 the TV, please REFER to the retailer.
6)	 BE CAREFUL with glass panels and covers on the TV. The screen glass may
break and cause serious injuries if something hits it.
7)	 To ensure adequate ventilation, please leave a clearance area of at
least 10 cm around the television. This clearance prevents the TV from
overheating and consequently causing damage.
	 •	 Using the TV in dusty environments should also be avoided.
	 •	 Never block the slots and openings by placing the TV on a bed, sofa, pillow 	
	 or other similar surfaces.
	 •	 Never install the TV into closed places such as bookcases or cabinets
		 unless adequate ventilation is provided.
	 •	 DO NOT COVER the ventilation openings of the TV with items 		
	 such as newspapers, tablecloth, curtain, etc.
8)	 Your TV may be damaged if you place it under direct sunshine or close
to a heater. Please abstain from using the product in very hot or humid
locations or in places where the temperature is likely to decrease
below 5°C (41°F). DO NOT PLACE on or near the TV any hot objects
or items with open flame such as candles or any night lamps. The high
temperature can melt plastic parts and cause a fire.
9)	 Never operate your TV close to water. Operating your TV, for example,
near a bathtub, washbasin, kitchen washbasin, washing basin, wet
basement and swimming pool can cause fire or electric shock.
	 •	 Do not allow your TV to get wet. Never pour any liquids onto the 	
	 TV. Do not operate your TV if any solid or liquid substance enters 	
	 into it. This can cause electric shock and your TV may be
		 damaged. Have it checked immediately by qualified personnel.	
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10)	DO NOT USE headphones at extremely high volume levels since 		
this may cause permanent loss of hearing.
11) Operate your TV only in the 230 V 50Hz voltage range. Use the mains	
lead supplied with the TV. If your TV is a grounded (Class I) product,
then it must be connected to an earthed socket.
	 •	 The socket into which you plug in the AC mains lead 	
	 must be within easy reach.
	 •	 Unplug the TV in order to disconnect it from mains power. The TV 	 	
	 does not have a separate mains on/off switch
Note:	 Do not use defective sockets. Make sure that the plug is firmly inserted into 	
	 the socket. If the plug remains loose, then it can cause fire due to arcing. 		
	 Refer to an electrician to have your socket replaced.
12) Make sure that the mains lead is not stepped on and that there is no
bending at the plug sections, plug heads and TV output point.
13) Use only the add-ons/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
14) Use only, brackets or stands specified by the manufacturer or sold along with the
TV. Place your TV on a level surface.
15) Unplug the mains lead during thunderstorms or when you will not use
your TV for a long period of time.
16) Consult authorised service personnel for service requirements.
Never attempt to repair the device yourself. Opening the cabinet can
expose you to dangerous voltages or other hazardous situations.
Service is required in situations such as damage to the power cable
of the TV or its plug, water spills or substances falling into the TV, the TV is
subjected to rain or moisture, it does not operate normally or it is dropped.
17) Do not dispose of the batteries in fire. Do not short circuit, dismantle
or burn the batteries. There is the risk of explosion if the batteries are
not replaced correctly. Replace only with the same or equivalent type
batteries.
	 •	 Dispose of the exhausted batteries in accordance with the local 	 	
	 laws and regulations in order to protect our environment.
18) For Stand fitting please refer to the loose leaf sheet inside the TV carton.
Note 1:	 This is a Class A product. During operation, the device can cause 		
radio interference. In this case the user may have to remedy this. Please 		
	 contact your specialist dealer.
Note 2:	 Electromagnetic fields can cause temporary performance degradation. This 	
	 can be distinguished as noise in the image.
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1.3	 Electrical information
This LCD TV is fitted with a BS1363/A 13 amp plug. If it is not suitable for your supply
sockets it must be removed and replaced with an appropriate plug. If the plug
becomes damaged and/or needs to be replaced please follow the wiring instructions
below. The plug removed must be disposed of immediately. It must not be plugged
into a supply socket as this will be an electrical hazard. If the fuse needs to be
replaced it must be of the same rating and ASTA approved to BS1362. If the plug is
changed, a fuse of the appropriate rating must be fitted in the plug, adapter or at the
distribution board. If the fuse in a moulded plug is replaced, the fuse cover must be
refitted before the appliance can be used.
Wiring Instructions
The mains lead will be either 2-core or 3-core. Follow the appropriate wiring
instructions given below. In both cases ensure that the outer sheath of the cable is
firmly held by the cable clamp.
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2	 GETTING STARTED
Remove your television carefully from its box. You can keep the packaging of your
television to use in future.
Items supplied with your television:
•	 Operating Instructions and Quick Start Guide
•	 Mains Lead
•	 Remote control
•	 2 batteries
•	 Stand Base: Attach stand base before connecting TV
Note: Scart, HDMI, VGA and PHONO cables are not supplied.
2.1	 Powering on your TV and the initial use
1. Insert the mains lead into the AC-IN input located on the back panel of the LCD
TV.
2. Insert the mains lead plug supplied with the TV into the mains socket.
OR
OR
CABLE TV
2.2	 Aerial Installation
Install the aerial away from:
•	 Motorised vehicles
•	 Energy lines
•	 Telephone lines
•	 Metallic objects
Do not make the aerial cable any longer than necessary. Ensure that the cable is not
coiled and is not compressed e.g. by passing through a window or door.
Note:	 Over time the efficiency of your cable and aerial may be reduced by the 		
	 effect of rain, wind, smoke and humidity.
If you use a 75 Ohm coaxial cable (round cable) as an aerial cable, connect the aerial
plug directly to the aerial input (ANT) located at the rear of the TV.
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2.3	 Stand Removal
If you wish to remove the television stand, please follow these
steps:
•	 Cover a table with a soft towel (or other protection to 	 	
	 prevent damage to the TV or table).
•	 Carefully lay the TV front down on the table.
•	 Position the TV table stand so that it hangs over the edge 	
	 of the table.
•	 Remove the screws that hold the stand to the TV or unclip stand base.
•	 Remove the stand.
•	 Attach any new brackets before lifting TV back up.
Note: Keep removed stand and screws safely for future use.
2.4	 Remote Control Batteries
Open the lid of the battery compartment and make sure that you have placed the
batteries in the correct direction. For this remote control, UM-4, IEC R03 or AAA 1.5V
batteries are suitable.
Do not throw your old batteries into the fire, discard them in a dedicated waste area
for this purpose.
Do not mix used batteries with new ones or different types of batteries together.
The performance of the remote control is reduced at a distance of 8 metres from or
at an angle of 30 degrees beyond the centre of the TV.
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2.5	 TV Control Panel
Stand by indicator
Bright light: TV is in Stand-by
Dimmed light: TV is On
No light: Power switch is off.
TV Control Panel
Remote Control Sensor
Power on / Standby
indicator
Volume / Programe up
Volume / Program down
Volume / Programe
selection button
Standby button
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2.6	 Rear and Side External Connections
CI slot
HDMI
Video input
Audio R input
Audio L input
PC-Comp Audio input
AC mains power Aerial Input Scart VGA (PC-Component
input)
•	 Above drawing for external connections is representational. Their order and 	
	 places on your TV may be different.
•	 Please see Technical Specifications Table on page 35 for the 	 	
	 available external connections on your television.
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2.7	 Remote Control
Stand-by mode On/Off button
Temporary sound mute (Mute) button
AV modes selection menu button
Picture Format selection button Picture and Teletext (PAT)
button
Zoom mode selection button (A)
Subtitle On/Off selection button (D) Sub page button in Txt
mode (Sub Page)
These buttons have no function
Numeric buttons
Favourite channel selection button (D) Page Stop button in
Txt mode (Hold)
EPG selection button (D) Question/Answer button in Txt
mode (Reveal)
Information button Index page button in Txt mode
MENU button
Exit menu button
Return to previous menu button
Up movement button (Menu) Next page selection button
in Txt mode
Down movement button (Menu) Previous page selection
button in Txt mode
Left movement button (Menu) Change source in PIP mode
button
Right movement button (Menu) Change source in PIP
mode button
Menu selection confirm Program table selection button (D)
Volume down button
Volume up button
Program forward selection button
Program backward selection button
Red Teletext button MHEG display button
Green Teletext button
Yellow Teletext button
Blue Teletext button
Teletext/Mix selection button
Equalizer selection button Teletext page enlarge button
(Double)
Picture Mode selection button Page update button in Txt
mode (Update)
Last viewed program selection button
Freeze Picture button
Time Display button
These buttons have no function
These buttons have no function
Note: When there is no menu open on
the screen, up/down movement buttons
have the same function with the PR+/PR-
buttons and left/right movement buttons
have the same function with the Vol+/
Vol- buttons.
(A): Analog Mode Only
(D): Digital Mode Only.
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2.8	 Basic Television Controls
Before using your television, please refer to Section 3 for information on first time use
and automatic tuning.
Note 1:	 The sequence of operation of the Remote Control keys is illustrated on the 	
	 left side of the page for each function described in this section.
Note 2:	 The operations detailed in this section are described using the buttons of the 	
	 Remote Control.
2.8.1	 Temporary on/off (STAND-BY)
When you press the red STANDBY button located on your remote control while your
television is switched on, the sound and the picture will go off. In the stand-by mode,
the power indicator of your television will glow brighter. To switch your television back
on, either press any numeric button or P+/P- buttons.
Caution! If you are not going to use your television for a long time, unplug the
mains lead from the mains.
2.8.2	 Digital TV, Analogue TV and AV Mode selection
Press the Source button on your remote control. AV menu will be displayed. Select
DTV(Digital TV), ATV (Analogue TV) or desired AV mode from the Source menu with
up/down movement buttons and confirm with OK button so that your television will
switch to the source you have selected.
2.8.3	 Channel Selection
You may select program number you would like by pressing the P+/P- buttons on
your television and on your remote control. To select the programs that are above
9, you can use the Numerical buttons. You may enter the number of the program
you would like to select using the numerical buttons. For example, to switch to the
program number 12, press the numeric buttons 1 and 2 on your remote control. You
can perform the program selection also from the Program Table and Channel List
menus.
2.8.4	 Temporary sound mute (MUTE)
To temporarily mute the sound of your television, press the MUTE button on your
remote control. The MUTE symbol will appear on the screen. When you press
the same button a second time, the sound will be restored. If you press the VOL+
button while in the Mute mode, the sound level is increased and the Mute function is
aborted.
2.8.5	 Returning to the Last Viewed Program (SWAP)
Allows you to switch between the current program you are watching and the source,
or the last selected program and the source. For example, if you change the channel
to Program 11 while you were watching Program 1, press SWAP button to switch
back to Program 1. Press SWAP button to switch back to Program 11 again.
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2.8.6	 Main Menu
Press the MENU button. The Menu including all the setting menus will appear on the
screen.
Navigate through the Menu titles with the Right/Left movement buttons and press
the OK button to select the desired menu. If you want to exit the menu in any step,
just press the EXIT button. Press BACK or MENU buttons to return to the previous
Menu while you are in a sub menu.
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Scroll to the Country Selection tab by pressing the
Up/Down movement buttons and press Right/Left
movement buttons to select your country. Then, scroll
to the Scan Type tab by pressing the Down movement
button and select DTV option by pressing the Right/
Left movement buttons. Press OK button to confirm
your selections. Digital channels are searched and stored
automatically. At the same moment, the progress of
auto tuning and the channels stored in the memory are
displayed in the menu.
Program Table menu is displayed at the end of the Auto
Tuning.
Note:	 If you wish to search the Digital and Analogue channels concurrently, 		
	 choose Scan Type as Digital and Analog from the Auto Tuning menu.
3	 TUNING YOUR TELEVISION
3.1	 Turning on your television for the first time and tuning
Installation Guide menu will be displayed on
the screen when you turn on your television for
the first time.
The TV is factory set for UK / English use.
If no language settings are reqired simply
Press the OK button twice to start TV channel
tuning. Press Right/Left navigation / arrow
buttons to select the desired menu language
from the Language tab. Select Auto Tuning
by pressing the down navigation button and
confirm your selection with OK button or the
right navigation button. Country Selection menu will be displayed. Make the Country
and Scan Type selections by pressing the Up/Down, Left/Right navigation buttons.
If the aerial connections are correct, press OK button to start Auto Tuning.
Press EXIT button to cancel the Auto Tuning
3.2	 Performing Digital channel settings
You can tune the Digital programs automatically or manually and store them in your
television.
3.2.1	 Automatic tuning of digital channels and storing in the memory
Press the MENU button on your
remote control. Select CHANNEL
SETUP by pressing the Right/Left
movement button and confirm your
selection with OK button. Select
Auto Tuning tab by pressing the
Up/Down movement buttons and
press Right movement button or OK
button to confirm. Country Selection
menu will be displayed.
CHANNEL SETUP
Please select country and scan type, then press OK to start tuning
Country Selection England
Scan Type DTV
Select
Back
Exit
Searching
%1 68 MHz
1 C-03
Exit
2 C-04
Installation Guide
Language Settings	 English
Auto tuning
Select Exit
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3.2.2	 Manual tuning of digital channels and storing in the memory
Press the MENU button on your remote control. Select
CHANNEL SETUP by pressing the Right/Left movement
button and confirm your selection with OK button. Select
Digital Manual Tuning tab by pressing the Up/Down
movement buttons and press Right movement button or
OK button to confirm. Digital Manual Tuning menu will
be displayed.
Enter the channel number from the Manual search menu
using the numeric keys if you know the channel number;
if you don’t know the channel number, you can perform
search by using right/left direction buttons. Channel will
appear in the list and be stored in the memory when it is
found. Press MENU button to return to the previous menu
from the manual search menu or press EXIT button to exit the menu.
3.3	 Performing Analog channel settings
3.3.1	 Automatic tuning of analog channels and storing in the memory
Press the MENU button on your remote
control. Select CHANNEL SETUP by
pressing the Right/Left movement button
and confirm your selection with OK button.
Select Auto Tuning tab by pressing the
Up/Down movement buttons and press
Right movement button or OK button to
confirm. Country Selection menu will be
displayed.
Scroll to the Country Selection tab by
pressing the Up/Down movement buttons
and press Right/Left movement buttons
to select your country. Then, scroll to the
Scan Type tab by pressing the Down movement button and select ATV option
by pressing the Right/Left movement buttons. Press OK button to confirm your
selections. Analog channels are searched and stored automatically. At the same
moment, the progress of auto tuning and the channels stored in the memory are
displayed in the menu. Program Table menu is displayed at the end of the Auto
Tuning.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Please note that Encrypted channels may not be stored after scanning in the Digital
TV channels. If this is the case then you will need to rescan the channels again but
this time change the LIST SCRAMBLED CHANNELS from AUTO to ON:
1	 Press Menu.
2	 Select Features.
3	 Select Digital Features.
4	 Select User Interface Options.
5	 List Scrambled Channels will show. Change “Auto” setting to “ON”
6	 Press Exit button to exit the Menu.
You will need to rescan the digital TV channels:
1	 Press Menu.
2	 Select Setup.
3	 Select Auto Tuning and press the OK button to start the channel scan and 	
	 this time store the Scrambled channels.
CHANNEL SETUP
Please select country and scan type, then press OK to start tuning
Country Selection England
Scan Type ATV
Select
Back
Exit
Digital Manual Tuning
VHF CH 9
205 MHz
Poor Normal Good
Select Back
Exit
Frequency
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Select the system in which you would like to make the search from the System tab
by pressing the Right/Left movement buttons and move to the Channel tab by
pressing the down movement button. Press OK on your remote control to select
“S”” band or “C”” band and enter the channel number with numeric buttons. Move
onto the Program No tab and enter the channel number in which you would like to
have the channel stored. If the broadcast viewed on the screen is of your desired
quality, press the Red button on your remote control to store the action into memory.
The channel will be stored according to the program number of your choice. You can
tune and store in memory other channels the same way. In the event that you wish to
exit the menu for any reason, simply press the EXIT button.
3.3.2.2	 If you do not know the channel number
Select Analogue Manual Tuning by pressing the Up/
Down movement buttons in the CHANNEL SETUP menu
and confirm by pressing the OK button. Analogue Manual
Tuning menu will be displayed.
Note: Select SYSTEM I for UK.
3.3.2	 Manual tuning of analog channels and storing in the memory
3.3.2.1	 If you already know the channel number
Select Analogue Manual Tuning by pressing the Up/
Down movement buttons in the CHANNEL SETUP menu
and confirm by pressing the OK button. Analogue Manual
Tuning menu will be displayed.
Note: Select SYSTEM I for UK.
Analogue Manual Tuning
System I
Channel C 4
Fine tuning +00
Search
Programme no 1
Skip No
Frequency
Select
Save
Back
Exit
62.25 Mhz
Analogue Manual Tuning
System I
Channel C 4
Fine tuning +00
Search
Programme no 1
Skip No
Frequency
Select
Save
Back
Exit
62.25 Mhz
In the Program no tab, enter the channel number where you would like to store the
searched channel. Select the system in which you would like to make the search
from the System tab by pressing the Right/Left movement buttons and move to
the Channel tab by pressing the down movement button. Press OK on your remote
control to select “S”” band or “C”” band, scroll to the Search tab by pressing
the down movement button and press Right/Left movement buttons to start the
search. Press the Red button on your remote control to store the channel you found.
The channel will be stored to the channel number of your choice.
3.3.2.3	 Fine Tuning
If the channel you found is not of the desired quality and requires Fine Tuning, then
select the Fine tuning tab by pressing the Down movement button in the Analogue
Manual Tuning menu. Using the Left/Right movement buttons on your remote
control, adjust the broadcast displayed on the screen to your desired quality. Under
normal circumstances, you will not require to use the Fine Tune function. The AFC
values of your television will automatically adjust and lock themselves to the channel.
However, you might need it in case the television transmitters do not operate
according to the standards. Press the Red button on your remote control to store the
settings you made.
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3.4	 Electronic TV Guide (EPG)
Electronic TV Guide is for Digital
broadcasts only. The Electronic TV Guide
gives general information about all of
the programmes of the next 8 days. To
display the Electronic TV Guide, press
EPG button on the remote control and
EPG will be displayed.
Important Note: Not all broadcasting
enterprises supply a detailed TV guide.
Most of the broadcasting enterprises
provide daily programme information, but
they do not give detailed explanations.
Some broadcasting enterprises, on the
other hand, do not give any programme
information at all.
1. You can use the RED button on your
remote control to switch between TV and
Radio channels in the EPG menu.
2. In All Channels menu, press PR-/PR+
or Up/Down navigation buttons to select
the channel you would like to view and
press Right navigation button to move to
the programme list section.
3. Scroll down the programme list by
pressing the Up/Down navigation
buttons. To get further information about
the programme press Info button and
detailed information about the selected
programme will be displayed.
4. Press the GREEN button on your
remote control to display the programme
information of the next day and press
RED button to display the programme information of the
previous day.
5. You may add a Reminder for any programme that
you would like to view. To do this, select the channel /
programme you want to add a reminder from the EPG
menu with the navigation buttons and press the BLUE
button on your remote control. At the right hand side of
the programme a BLUE symbol will be displayed which
indicates that the reminder is added to
the programme.
When the time of the relevant programme
comes, a warning screen appears.
It counts down for 30 seconds. During
the countdown you may switch to
channel in which the programme has
started by selecting the YES option with
Right/Left buttons or cancel this action
by selecting the NO option. If you do not
perform any operation until end of the
period, the TV will automatically switch to the channel that you set the reminder for.
News
13 Nov 2008 22:00 22:40
ALL CHANNELS
Channel 1 22:00 News
22:40 Film
Select
Radio
Reminder List Reminder
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
Channel 5
Channel 6
Channel 7
Wednesday 18 Jun 2008 14:45
Info
Exit
News
13 Nov 2008 22:00 22:40
ALL CHANNELS
Channel 1 22:00 News
22:40 Film
Select
Previous Day
Reminder List Reminder
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
Channel 5
Channel 6
Channel 7
Wednesday 18 Jun 2008 14:45
Info
Exit
Next Day
News
13 Nov 2008 22:00 22:40
ALL CHANNELS
Channel 1 22:00 News
22:40 Film
Select
Previous Day
Reminder List Reminder
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
Channel 5
Channel 6
Channel 7
Wednesday 18 Jun 2008 14:45
Info
Exit
Next Day
Time left to Switch to programmed channel is:
30
YES NO
News
13 Nov 2008 22:00 22:40
ALL CHANNELS
4 Channel 2 22:00 News
22:40 Film
Select
Previous Day
Reminder List Reminder
Info
Exit
6 Channel 3
10 Channel 4
11 Channel 5
14 Channel 6
24 Channel 7
Mon 13 Nov 2008 22:15
Next Day
This will interruput a Reminder previously set.
Press OK to allow.
Press Exit to disregard this Reminder
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6. You may delete the reminder that you have added directly by using BLUE button
of your remote control in the EPG menu or delete from Reminder List menu by
pressing YELLOW button.
7. If the time of the reminder you have set previously and the new one you will add
overlap, a warning message will be displayed.
Press OK to store the new reminder or press EXIT to exit without storing.
3.5	 Program table
With the program table, you may list the
television channels, delete channels, create
favorites list, lock any channel you wish or
change the names of the analog channels
according to your personal choice. Select the
Program Table tab by pressing the Down
movement button in CHANNEL SETUP menu
and confirm with the OK button. Program
Table menu will be displayed.
Programme table
Service Type
Network
CHANNEL SETUP
CHANNEL 1
CHANNEL 2
CHANNEL 3
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
CHANNEL 6
CHANNEL 7
CHANNEL 8
CHANNEL 9
Select
Network
Delete
Prev. Page
Move
Service Type
Next Page
Back
Exit
CA FAV1 FAV2 FAV3 FAV4
3.5.1	 Selecting the Service Type
You may select the service type by pressing the “BLUE” button on your remote
control in the Program table menu. The service type you have selected appears on
the upper left corner of the menu. Service types are in the form of “ALL TYPE” (all
channels), “DTV (only Digital channels), ATV (only Analog channels) and Radio (only
radio channels). Only those channels in the service type you select shall be displayed
on the Program table menu.
3.5.2	 Creating and selecting favorites list
In your television you can create 4 favorite channel lists based
on your personal preferences. To do this, select the channel
you would like to add in the favorite list by using the Up/Down
movement buttons while you are in the Program Table menu,
then select the favorite list into which you would like to add the
channel by using the Right/Left movement buttons and press
the OK button. A “Heart” symbol will be displayed under the
favorite list to which you have added the channel. You can add
the channel you have selected into more then one favorite list.
You can directly select the favorite channel list you created.
To do this, press the FAV button on your remote control.
Favourite List menu will be displayed.
Select one of the ALL CHANNELS, FAV1, FAV2, FAV3, FAV4 lists by pressing the
Up/Down movement buttons and press OK button to confirm.
3.5.3	 Relocating a stored channel
Select the channel you want to relocate from the Program Table menu with Up/
Down buttons and press the “GREEN” button on your remote control. Select the
new channel number to which you would like to move the channel by pressing the
Up/Down movement buttons and press the OK button. Your channel will be moved
to its new location. You may perform this procedure for more than one channel.
Press EXIT button to finish the setting process.
Favourite List
ALL CHANNELS
FAV1
FAV2
FAV3
FAV4
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3.5.4	 Deleting a stored channel
Warning: Deleting a channel will be permanent. Full channel scan will be necessary
to restore the deleted channels.
Select the channel you want to delete from the Programme Table menu with Up/
Down buttons and press the “YELLOW” button on your remote control. The tab
of the channel to be deleted will become yellow. If you press the GREEN button,
Warning! You are about to permanently delete a channel warning message
is displayed. Select YES by pressing the right/left navigation buttons to delete the
channel or select NO to cancel deleting. If you select the channel with YELLOW
button and press the RED button, Warning! You are about to permanently
delete all channel warning message is displayed. Select YES by pressing the right/
left navigation buttons to delete all channels or select NO to cancel deleting. After
setting is complete, press EXIT button to exit the menu.
Note: If the channel to be deleted is locked in the Blocked Programme menu,
PIN code screen will be displayed when you want to delete this channel from the
Programme Table menu. Enter the PIN code to delete the channel.
3.5.5	 Locking a stored channel
For this feature, please see page. 26-27 4.5-Parental Control
3.5.6	 Skipping a stored channel
In the event that you do not wish to see certain programs while navigating through
the channels using the P+/P- buttons, then you can use this function. Select the
program that will be hidden by pressing the Up/Down or Right/Left movement
buttons, scroll to the Skip option and press OK button to confirm. SKIP will appear
on the program to be skipped. You may perform this procedure for more than one
program. To view the skipped program, directly enter the program number using
the numeric buttons or select it from the Channel List menu. To cancel the program
skipping process, select the “SKIP” option again. After setting is complete, press the
EXIT button to exit the menu.
3.5.7	 Renaming a stored analog channel
You can assign an analog program or programs of choice the names that have a
maximum of eight characters. To do this, select the analog channel you want to
rename from the Program Table menu with Up/Down movement buttons and
press the RED button on your remote control. The colour of the tab where the
channel name exist will change and a green box will appear around the initial letter
of the channel name; choose the desired letter, number or sign using the Up/Down
movement buttons. For the next character, press the Right movement button and
then select the desired letter, number or sign again with the Up/Down movement
buttons. After entering all the characters, store the name you have written in the
memory by pressing the OK button. To write names for any of the other programs,
simply repeat the above procedure. Press MENU button to return to the previous
menu or press EXIT button to exit the menu after the setting is complete.
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3.5.8	 Channel List
If you press OK button when no menu is open, Channel
List menu will be displayed on the screen.
You can see all the channels of the current mode while you
are in the Channel List menu, you can select the desired
channel with Up/Down buttons and view it by pressing the
OK button.
CHANNEL LİST
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
Select Exit
Signal Information
Channel	 23	 490 Mhz
Exit
Network	 XX Network
Modulation	 2X 64XXX X2/3
Quality	 60%
Signal Strength 90%
3.6	 Signal Information
This menu gives information about Channel,
Network, Modulation, Signal level and quality.
Press MENU button to enter this menu.
Select Channel Setup menu by pressing
the Right/Left movement buttons. Select
Signal Information tab by pressing the
Down movement button and confirm with
Right movement button or OK button. Signal
Information menu will be displayed.
Note: Signal Information menu will be active
only for Digital broadcasts.
3.7	 CA Module (Conditional Access)
In this menu, you can check the CA Module settings. If a CI module is inserted for a
channel that has a scrambled broadcast, then a submenu for that module is opened
and the information for that module is updated.
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4	 THE SETTINGS ON YOUR NEW TELEVISION
4.1	 Performing the Sound settings
You may perform Volume settings by using
the V+ or V- buttons on your television or the
VOL+/VOL- buttons on your remote control.
You can perform other Sound settings by
entering the Sound menu. To do this, press the
MENU button on your remote control, select
SOUND menu by pressing the Right/Left
movement buttons and press the OK button.
In this menu, you can select one of the titles for
which you would like to perform an operation.
SOUND
Volume
AVL Off
Sound Mode Normal
Equalizer
Select
Back
Exit
4.1.1	 AVL (Automatic Volume Limiting)
Television transmitters have different sound levels. This can be noticed from the
different volume levels that can be heard while switching from one program to
another. Using the Right/Left movement buttons, select ON. The AVL (Automatic
Volume Limiting) function maintains the same sound level as you switch from program
to program. Select Off to cancel it.
4.1.2	 Sound Mode
If you would like to add some depth to the sound of the program you are watching,
press Right/Left movement buttons to select Normal or Spatial, or SRS for
products with the SRS (optional) feature.
4.1.3	 Equalizer
Select the EQUALIZER tab in the Sound
menu and confirm with the OK button. The
Equalizer menu is displayed.
Using the Right/Left movement buttons, you
may select either one of the preset Music,
Sports, Cinema and Speech options which
enhance the sound effect depending on the
feature of the program you are watching or
the User option which you can adjust as you
desire. To adjust the User option, select User
and press the OK button. You can adjust the
frequency levels with the Up/Down movement
buttons. You can select one of the 120Hz,
500Hz, 1.5kHz, 5kHz and 10kHz frequency
bands with Right and Left movement buttons.
Press the MENU button to store the settings
and exit the user option.
Note 1:	 You can select the equalizer options directly by pressing the ( ) button on 	
	 your remote control.
Note 2:	 The settings you have made in the Sound menu will be stored in the 		
	 memory 	without requiring any other operations.
< <
EQUALIZER
User
Select
Back
Exit
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4.2	 Performing the Picture settings
4.2.1	 Picture Menu
You can perform Picture settings by entering
the Picture menu. To do this, press the MENU
button on your remote control, select PICTURE
menu by pressing the Right/Left movement
buttons and press the OK button. In this menu,
you can select one of the titles for which you
would like to perform an operation.
You can select the desired setting by pressing
the Up/Down movement buttons and adjust
their levels with Right/Left movement buttons.
You can adjust Picture Mode, Brightness,
Contrast, Colour, Sharpness and Colour
Temperature levels as you desire. You can
adjust the DNR, MPEG NR, Vibrant Colur,
Perfect Clear, Dynamic Contrast, Dynamic
Backlight and Backlight options as you desire
from the Advanced Picture Settings menu. The changes you have made in the
PICTURE menu will be stored in the memory without requiring any other operation.
4.2.2	 Picture Mode
You can select either one of the four non-adjustable settings in the memory or one of
the user options by pressing the ( ) button on your remote control. Vivid, Natural,
Cinema and Sports are default values; USER represents the values you stored in
memory.
4.2.3	 Colour Temperature
Colour intensity of the picture can be adjusted with this feature. Select Colour
Temperature tab from the picture menu by pressing the Up/Down buttons to
activate this feature and then select one of the Cool, Normal or Warm options by
pressing the Right/Left buttons.
4.2.4	 Tint
When NTSC video is input via Scart, you may make Hue settings. The tint option is
not seen in the menu when you have not input this type of a video. When a NTSC
video is connected via the Scart, this option becomes active and it is available in the
menu.
4.2.5	 Advanced Picture Features
You can adjust advanced picture features of your
television from the Advanced Picture Settings
menu under Picture menu.
PICTURE
Picture Mode User
Brightness
Contrast
Colour
Sharpness
Colour Temperature Warm
Select
Back
Exit
PICTURE
DNR High
MPEG NR High
Vibrant Colour High
Perfect Clear High
Dynamic Contrast High
Dynamic Backlight Off
Backlight
Select
Back
Exit
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4.2.5.1	 DNR (Noise reduction)
You may reduce interference and noise formed in the picture by using this feature.
Select DNR tab with the Up/Down movement buttons to activate this feature
and select one of the Off, Low, Normal, High or Auto options with Right/Left
movement buttons.
Note:	 Noise reduction function is only effective in weak broadcasts.
4.2.5.2	 MPEG NR
You can remove the artifacts that appear in the picture as square shaped blocks by
using this feature. Select Mpeg NR tab with the Up/Down movement buttons to
activate this feature and select one of the Off, Low, Mid or High options with Right/
Left movement buttons.
4.2.5.3	 Vibrant Colour
With this feature you can automatically adjust colour saturation according to the
scene. To do this, select Vibrant Colour tab with the Up/Down movement buttons
and select one of the Off, Low, Mid or High options with Right/Left movement
buttons. With the ‘High’ option you can obtain the most saturated colours.
4.2.5.4	 Perfect Clear
With this feature you can automatically adjust black level of the picture according
to the scene. To do this, select Perfect Clear tab with the Up/Down movement
buttons and select one of the Off, Low, Mid or High options with the Right/Left
movement buttons.
4.2.5.5	 Dynamic Contrast
This feature allows making brightness settings according to the picture. A brighter
or dimmer picture can be sent to the screen according to the brightness level of
the picture. Thus, a wider effect is obtained in terms of contrast. Select Dynamic
Contrast tab with the Up/Down movement buttons to activate this feature and
select one of the Off, Low, Mid or High options with Right/Left movement buttons.
4.2.5.6	 Dynamic Backlight
With this feature you can automatically adjust backlight strength according to the
average brightness in the scene. To do this, select Dynamic Backlight tab with the
Up/Down movement buttons and select one of the Auto, Daylight, Night or Off
options with Right/Left movement buttons. When the Dynamic Backlight is set to
Off, Backlight option becomes active. Backlight option is not accessible when other
options are selected.
4.2.5.7	 Backlight
With this feature, you can adjust the intensity of light reflected to the LCD Panel. To
do this, select Back Light tab with the Up/Down movement buttons and adjust the
level as you desire with Right/Left movement buttons.
4.2.6	 Picture Format
With this option, you can view the broadcast you watch in a format of your choice.
You can view the broadcasts in Auto, 16:9, 4:3, Subtitle, Letterbox, Panorama or
14:9 formats. 16:9 or 4:3 formats can be selected in PC modes. In that case, the
name of the selected picture format will be displayed in the centre of the screen.
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4.2.6.4	 4:3
Use this setting to watch the broadcasts in the 4:3
format.
4.2.6.2	 16:9
Please use this setting for watching wide screen DVDs,
wide screen video cassette or 16:9 formatted broadcasts.
Since various screen formats such as 16:9, 14:9 and etc.
are used, black stripes might be formed on the lower and
upper parts of the screen.
4.2.6.1	 Auto
Some movie channels may broadcast in the 16:9 format.
If you would like to see this format automatically, then
select Auto. In that case, Auto appears on your screen.
4.2.6.6	 Letterbox
While watching a “16:9 or Cinemascope formatted” film
or video cassette, this setting will eliminate or minimize
the black stripes on the background by zooming in the
picture without diffusing it.
4.2.6.7	 Panorama
This setting will enlarge the image to fit the screen by
stretching the image horizontally while holding the correct
proportions at the centre of the image. Some distortion
may occur.
4.2.6.3	 14:9
This is a movie format.
4.2.6.5	 Subtitle
If the subtitles are transmitted in the “16:9 formatted”
broadcast, then this setting will push the picture upwards
in order to ensure the entire written text to be seen.
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Note:	 Since the use of certain functions in order to change the picture sizes for 		
	 collective projection or commercial purposes (modifying the height and
	 width etc.) will be deemed an infringement of the picture’s copyright, legal 		
	 proceedings can be carried out as required under relevant laws.
4.2.6.8	 Overscan: Off
When this mode is selected, high defined picture from the HDMI is not cropped and it
is displayed in its original size. This is only active in HDMI mode and for resolutions at
or above 720p.
4.3	 Performing the timer settings
Your television is equipped with the feature of
being able to be turned off and on at periods
that you specify. Press the MENU button.
Select TIMER menu by pressing the Right/Left
movement buttons and press OK button. In this
menu, you can select one of the titles for which
you would like to perform an operation.
TIMER
Clock 22 / Sep 2008 14:11
Off Time Off
On Time Off
Sleep Timer Off
Auto Sleep On
Select
Back
Exit
4.3.1	 Clock
Time information is automatically obtained from EPG (Electronic Program Guide) in
Digital channels, and from Teletext in Analogue channels.
4.3.2	 Off Time
Select the Off Time tab by pressing the Up/Down movement button in TIMER
menu and confirm your selection with the Right movement button or OK button. In
this menu, you can set the off time for your television with weekly or daily periods.
4.3.3	 On Time
Select the On Time tab by pressing the Up/Down movement button in TIMER
menu and confirm your selection with the Right movement button or OK button. In
the On Time menu, you can set the on time for your television with weekly or daily
periods. In this menu, you select one of the TV, DTV or Radio modes, a specific
channel and the volume that would become active when the TV is turned on.
4.3.4	 Sleep Timer
Sleep Timer switches your television automatically to Standby Mode after the preset
time has elapsed. You can adjust this time between 10 and 240 minutes with certain
intervals. To do this, select the Off Time tab and press Right/Left movement
buttons to select the desired time.
4.3.5	 Auto Sleep
Auto Sleep option can be set to on or off. When the Auto Sleep function is set to Off,
NO SIGNAL will appear on the screen when the TV does not receive any signal from
any source and your television will not be turned off. When the Auto Sleep function
is set to On, NO SIGNAL will appear on the screen if the TV does not receive any
signal from any source and the countdown OSD of 5 minutes will appear. Television
is turned off at the end of the time.
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4.4	 Options menu settings
Press the MENU button on your remote control.
Select OPTIONS by pressing the Up/Down
movement buttons and press the OK button.
You can select the titles for which you would like
to perform an operation in this menu by using the
Up/Down movement buttons.
4.4.1	 Language Settings
Select Language Settings from the Options menu and press the OK button. The
Language Settings menu is displayed. You can adjust the Menu language, Subtitle
language from this menu. Subtitle languages can only be selected when they
are supported by the broadcaster. Unless you make any selection, the language
supported by the broadcaster will be selected automatically. You can select the
Language Settings, Subtitle Languages tabs and set the desired values by
pressing the Right/Left buttons.
4.4.2	 Restore Factory Defaults
You can switch your television back to factory settings with this feature. Select
Restore Factory Defaults tab and press the OK button. Confirmation screen will
be displayed. In this screen, you can restore the factory settings of your television by
selecting the Yes option with Right/Left buttons or cancel this action by selecting
the No option.
4.4.3	 Country
You can not access the Country option from the Options menu. The country
selected during the initial use will automatically displayed in the menu.
4.4.4	 PC/HDMI Game Mode
In the Options menu, you can set the Game Mode tab to On/Off by pressing the
Right/Left buttons. When the Game Mode is set to On, display settings will return to
the default values.
Game Mode becomes active only for PC, HDMI and YPBPR sources. When the
Game Mode is set to ON for these sources, picture mode in the Picture menu will
switch to the Game Mode. Only colour temperature and backlight settings can be
changed in this mode. Game Mode provides a considerable increase in the picture
quality when the TV is used as a monitor for game consoles and for displaying the
text files. It is advised to turn this mode off when you would like to watch a movie
from the above mentioned sources.
4.4.5	 OSD Timeout
You can set the time during which the Menus will be displayed on the screen as 10,
15, 30, 60 seconds. If you select OFF, menu will be displayed continuously. Press
EXIT to close the menu.
OPTIONS
Language Settings
Restore Factory Defaults
Country England
PC/HDMI Game Mode Off
OSD Timeout
Select
Back
Exit
Automatic Update
Software Update
Off
On
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4.4.6-	 Automatic Update
If this function is set to On, your television will search for new software through OAD
(Over Air Download) when it is in Stand-by mode and install new software if any are
found. If new software is installed by this method, your television will inform you with a
warning display when it is turned on for the first time after such installation.
4.4.7	 Software Update
When a new software is found through OAD (On Air Download) from this menu, it
will be installed automatically. Select Software Update tab and press the OK button.
Your television will start to search for a new software and perform the software install
process if a new software exists.
Note:	 Software Update tab is not displayed in the Analogue mode.
4.4.8	 Decoder Setting
You can set the Decoder Setting tab to On/Off by pressing the Right/Left
movement buttons. When it is set to ON, RF signal will be output from the SCART
output. This option must be set to ON when a Decoder is connected to SCART.
When this option is set to OFF, RF signal will not be output from the SCART output.
This option appears in the menu when the Signal Source is set to SCART. It is not
displayed in the menu in other options.
4.5	 Parental Control
In the Parental Control menu, you can
preclude channels that are not appropriate for
children and set age restriction for programs
being broadcasted. Password screen will be
displayed when entering this menu. The menu
will open only when the correct password is
entered. The default password is set as 0000.
You can change the password from the Set
PIN menu as you wish.
PARENTAL CONTROL
Lock System Off
Set PIN
Block Programme
Parental Guidance Off
Select
Back
Exit
Panel Lock Off
4.5.1	 Lock System
When the Lock System feature is set to On , a password is prompted if you want
to enter in the Auto Tuning, Digital Manual Tuning, Analogue Manual Tuning
submenus in the Channel Setup menu and the Program Table menu. These
menus are not accessible unless the correct password is entered.
4.5.2	 Set PIN
You can change your Parental Control password from this menu as you wish. To do
this, select Set PIN tab and press OK button. Set PIN menu will be displayed. Once
you enter your new password two consecutive times, your password will be changed.
4.5.3	 Block Programme
With the Block Program feature, you can lock the desired channel and prevent
it from being viewed unless the correct password is entered. To do this, select
Block Programme tab from the Parental Control menu by pressing the UP/Down
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movement buttons and confirm your selection with OK button. Block Programme
menu will be displayed. Select the channel you want to block from the Block
Programme menu with Up/Down buttons and confirm with the GREEN button on
your remote control. A lock symbol will appear next to the channel name. When
a blocked channel is selected, the password screen will be displayed and the
channel will not appear until the correct password is entered. If you do not enter the
password, CH BLOCKED will be displayed on the screen. There will also be a lock
symbol next to the blocked channel in the Program Table. Repeat the same steps to
remove the blocking.
4.5.4	 Parental Guidance
If it is supported by the broadcaster, this feature allows you to enter an age restriction
between 4 and 18 for the programs broadcasted. If the program to be broadcasted
is over the age restriction you entered, the channel will not be displayed and a
password screen will appear. To view the program, correct password must be
entered. Enter an age limit between 8 and 18 from the Parental Guidance tab in order
to activate this feature.
4.5.5	 Panel Lock
If this feature is turned On, the control buttons on your LCD Television will be locked
and will not function. When it is set to off, control buttons will become active.
4.6	 Other picture features
4.6.1	 Zoom
Press the ZOOM button on your remote control while watching a channel to activate
this feature. The image is zoomed in 3 stages oriented to the centre.
Note 1: Zoom feature is aborted when the channel is changed.
Note 2: Zoom feature is not available in Digital Mode.
4.6.2	 Freeze (Freeze picture)
You may freeze the program picture you are watching with this feature. For this, press
the Timeshift button on your remote control. The program picture will freeze until the
same button is pressed a second time. Freeze: On, Freeze: Off OSD will appear
each time you press the Timeshift button.
4.6.3	 Picture and Teletext (PAT)
With this feature, you can follow the teletext broadcasts simultaneously with the
current program, provided that the current program contains teletext broadcast. For
this purpose, when you press TXT and then 16:9 buttons in a channel with teletext
broadcasting, the screen will be split into two with the left pane showing the currently
watched program and the right pane will show the Teletext at the same time. In
the event that you wish to exit the PAT mode for any reason, simply press the TXT
button.
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5	 TELETEXT
Teletext means in short the transmission of various updated information along with
the TV broadcast signal in the form of text and graphics. To be able to receive a
quality teletext broadcast, a good antenna system and a broadcast signal that is not
weak, with no reflections and interference from other channels are required. Even
in a very clear reception, it is normal for some characters or tabs to be lost. Such
conditions will automatically be improved in a short time under normal circumstances.
5.1	 Entering the Teletext Mode
In order to switch your television to the teletext broadcast, please press the TXT
button in a program that has a teletext broadcast. To switch back to the television
broadcast, press the TXT button for two consecutive times. Once you have switched
to the teletext broadcast, the initial page that appears will be the index page. 100 In
this page, the titles of the topics in the teletext broadcast and the initial page numbers
will appear.
5.2	 Page Selection
To be able to view the page you would like on the screen, type in the number of that
page using the numerical keys. You can see the number you have entered on the left
side of the upper title tab. When you would like to turn the pages one by one, you can
go to the next page pressing the Up/P+ button and to the previous page pressing
the Down/P- button. Press the INFO button to return to the Index page.
5.3	 Teletext image in the TV picture (MIX)
With this feature, you can watch the teletext information and the TV broadcast
together. Thus, you can follow the teletext broadcast of the channel while you watch
the TV broadcast. To do this, press TXT button two times consecutively in a channel
with Teletext broadcast.
5.4	 Page enlarge button (DOUBLE)
You can view the upper half of the teletext page in an enlarged format by pressing the
DOUBLE button on your remote control. To be able to view the bottom half of the
enlarged page, press the same button for the second time. Once you press the same
button the third time, the page will be restored to its normal size.
5.5	 Page Stop (STOP)
Some information is laid out by the broadcasting agency in multiple pages and it is
broadcast in an automatic cycle mode. For example, on a text of four pages, the
pages are indicated with the figures 01, 02, 03 and 04 on the bottom of the page. To
view one of these pages for a longer time, press the STOP button. When you press
the same button again, the cycle continues.
5.6	 Subpage selection (SUB)
If the page of text you are viewing contains sub pages the page numbers starting
from 01 appear on the screen. You can switch to the sub pages with the SUB
button. In this case, subpage selection will appear next to the page number in the
upper left corner in 0001 format; you can either directly enter the number of the
subpage you want to display with number keys or select the subpages one by one by
pressing the RED/GREEN buttons. You can exit the sub page by pressing the SUB
button again.
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5.7	 Temporary TV Picture (UPDATE)
This button allows you to switch to the television picture while the page you want
is being searched in the teletext broadcast eliminating the need to wait during the
search. You may switch to the television picture by pressing the UPDATE button
while Teletext is searching for your desired page. Once the page you want is found,
the number of that page appears on the screen.
5.8	 Question - Answer Button (REVEAL)
Sometimes, a teletext page contains a hidden answer such as a game or a riddle.
Press the REVEAL button to disclose the hidden answer.
5.9	 Clock
The Clock function of the SIZE button; press the SIZE button when you want to learn
the time while watching any television channel. In that case, a clock will appear on the
lower right corner of the screen. You can remove the time information from the screen
by pressing the same button.
5.10	 Fastext
The coloured buttons on the remote control are for the fastext feature. When you
select any page, the titles on various subjects may appear on the screen in four
different colours or inside coloured frames (red, green, yellow and blue). By pressing
the button pertaining to the relevant colour on the remote control, you can access the
subject of your choice without waiting.
Note:	 The fastext feature is not available for all teletext broadcasts. It is determined 	
	 by the broadcasting agency whether it is to be broadcast or not.
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6.2	 Connecting external equipment via AV connection
AV : To watch the picture of the broadcast device connected using the RCA (Phono)
input, select AV option from the Source menu and press OK button. Your TV will
switch to the selected source.
6	 EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS
Your TV is equipped with 6 inputs including aerial input, which allows for the external
device connection. These inputs are:
1-Aerial input
2-SCART/S-VHS input
3-AV input
4-PC/Component input
5-HDMI input
6-CI slot input
You can connect your external device to your TV via these inputs. By pressing the
AV button on your remote control, select the external source input to which you
connected your device.
6.1	 Connecting an external device via Scart connection
SCART : To watch the picture of the broadcast device connected to SCART, select
Scart from the Source menu and press OK button. (You can watch via this Scart if
the connected device has a RGB output).
S-Video: To watch the picture of the broadcast device connected using the SVHS
input over the SCART input by scart converter, select SVHS option from the Source
menu and press OK button. Your TV will switch to the selected source.
Rear
or
side
view
of
the
TV
or
or
VCR PLAYER
DVD PLAYER
SATELLITE RECEIVER
GAME CONSOLE
Side
view
of
the
TV
CAMERA
DECODER
SATELLITE RECEIVER
GAME CONSOLE
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6.3	 Connecting an external device via YPBPR connection
YPBPBR (Component Input): When a connection is made via the VGA socket
with a VGA to YPBPR connector lead (not supplied),, select YPBPR option from the
Source menu and press the OK button to display the picture. Your TV will switch to
the selected source.
Rear or side view of the TV
DVD PLAYER
Picture connection
Audio connection
6.4	 Connecting an external device via HDMI connection
HDMI: When a connection is made via HDMI socket, select the HDMI input through
which you have made the connection from the Source menu and press the OK
button. Your TV will switch to the selected source.
Rear or side view of the TV DVD PLAYER
SATELLITE RECEIVER
GAME CONSOLE
Connect to the HDMI input at the back of your TV by using the connector located on
your PC or your digital video-transmission device with a suitable cable (not supplied
with the TV).
Note1:	 To be able to watch an image in the HDMI mode, your computer must be 		
	 equipped with a HDMI graphic card.
Note2:	 Please adjust the video card settings of your PC if the PICTURE does not fit 	
	 to the screen when you transfer the picture to your television from a PC with 	
	 a DVI to HDMI or HDMI to HDMI cable.
You may display the resolution information by pressing the INFO button.
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6.4.1	 HDCP
Your TV supports HDCP feature. To use this feature, you must set up a connection to
your TV set’s HDMI video port and select HDMI by pressing the SOURCE button on
your remote control.
NOTE:In HDMI mode; some resolutions are supported when a DVI to HDMI converter
cable from a PC is used. Only 16:9, 4:3, 14:9 (some definitions) are supported as
picture format.
6.4.2	 High Definition - HD-READY
Your television can receive high-definition signals (HDTV). You can connect the input
sources (HDTV set-top box or HDTV DVD player) to the (HDMI) socket (digital HDTV
signal). This ensures that you can view digital HDTV programs, even if they are copy-
protected (HDCP High-Definition Copy Protection).
6.5	 PC connection
Rear view of the TV
Picture connection
Audio connection
6.5.2	 Switching to the PC mode
For your LCD-TV to switch to the monitor (PC) mode, press the AV button on your
remote control. SOURCE menu will be displayed. Select PC by pressing the Up/
Down movement buttons and press the OK button.
6.5.3	 PC Access Setting
Enter into the SETUP menu from the Main Menu by pressing the MENU button in the
PC mode. In order to make the necessary settings in this menu, you can select the
headings with the Up/Down buttons on your remote control to perform the following
monitor-related settings.
6.5.4	 Auto Position
The most suitable geometric settings in accordance with the entry mode are
configured by this function. For this operation, just select the Autoposition tab and
press OK button.
6.5.5	 Horizontal Position:
Horizontal position setting.
6.5.6	 Vertical Position:
Vertical position setting.
6.5.1	 PC Connection:
Connect the D-Sub15 connector to the PC-IN socket at the back of your television
by using an appropriate cable (not supplied with your television). Again, by using
an appropriate cable, connect the audio output of your PC to the PC AUDIO-IN at
the back of your television to listen to sounds from your PC and you can adjust the
volume level of your source by using VOL+/VOL- buttons.
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6.5.7	 Size:
This is the pixel clock frequency. User can narrow down or enlarge the display by
selecting a desired value.
6.5.8	 Phase:
Using the Right/Left movement buttons, you can ensure that the colours and
shapes are exactly consolidated on the PC image.
6.5.9	 Picture Format
You can select the PC image to be displayed in 16:9 or 4:3 formats.
6.6	 Inserting the CI (Common Interface) card
CI module and Smart card allows you to view some scrambled (paid) channels in
Digital TV mode. When no CI module is inserted in your television, you can only view
the current unscrambled digital/analog channels.
6.6.1	 Inserting the CI Module and Smart card
You can not use the smart card in your television independently. You will need a CAM
module to use the smart card. Insert your smart card into the CAM module and then
insert the CAM Module into the CI slot on your television. When you insert the module
correctly, CA Module Inserted appears on the screen and the menu for this module
is displayed.
Rear or side view of the TV
6.6.2	 Removing the CI Module and Smart card
When removing the Smart card, make sure that you pull the CAM module out
completely with the card inserted. CA Module removed will appear on the screen.
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7	 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
7.1	 Troubleshooting
Failure Possible cause Solution
The television does not function
Is the mains cable connected to the
mains supply?
Check the mains cable.
Is the Power On/Off button on? Check if the On/Off button is on.
Poor picture quality
Is the aerial cable connected? Check the aerial cable.
If you are using a satellite, is it well
adjusted?
Have the dish adjusted.
Aerial may be affected by two
connected external devices.
Try disconnecting one of the
devices.
It may need fine tuning. Perform fine tuning.
Picture settings are not correct.
Adjust Brightness, Contrast and
Colour.
Shadow and reflection in the
picture.
Channel setting
Perform automatic, manual channel
setting or fine tuning.
Antenna Check aerial cable and system
No picture
Is there any damage to the aerial
cable?
Check the aerial cable.
Are you sure you pressed the
correct button on your remote
control?
Press the PR+ or PR- button to turn
on the TV.
No colour.
Colour intensity level is at the lowest
setting.
Increase the colour.
Broadcast system setting (if setting
choice is available)
Select the broadcast system.
Problem in channel broadcasting. Test with another channel.
No or defective teletext
Television channel (no teletext) or
aerial system.
Test another channel for fine tuning
and shadowy pictures
Very weak signal Check the antenna system.
No sound
Temporary sound mute may be on Try pressing the mute button
Is the sound turned down?
Turn on the volume with Vol +
button.
Remote control does not work
Are the batteries correctly placed? Place the batteries correctly.
Are batteries exhausted?
Replace the batteries with new
ones.
Is there any obstacle between the
remote control and television?
If yes, remove it.
Picture is not visible after turning
on the TV
Child lock is active. Disable the child lock.
If your television does not work properly even though you tried the above mentioned
solutions, try turning it on and off again. If you cannot start your television even though you
have applied all noted methods, Never attempt to repair a faulty TV yourself call the
Helpdesk: 0845 600 4911
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7.2	 Technical Specifications Chart
Design and specifications may be changed without prior notification.
SCREEN SIZE 19”
Panel type
19”, 16:9 Active
matrix TFT
Sound output 2x2.5 W
Visible Screen Size 18.5 inches
Power consumption 35 W
Stand by power value <1 W
SCART input Standard
Audio/Video Phono input Standard
HDMI input Standard
VGA/Component YPbPr Standard
PC Audio input Standard
CI Slot Input Standard
Dimensions (WxDxH) 450x542x130
Net Weight (Kg) 4,4
General technical specifications
Power supply AC:		 220-240V ~ 50-60 Hz
Program memory:		 100
RF Aerial input:			 75 Ohm (Co-axial)
Loudspeaker impedance:	 8 Ohm
Sound systems:			 Mono / Stereo
Batteries:			 2xUM - 4, IEC R03 or AAA 1.5V
Channels received:		 VHF (Band I Channel 2-4)
				 VHF (Band III Channel 5-12)
				 UHF (Channel 21-69)
				 Cable TV (S1-S20/S21-S41)
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7.3	 The Digital Switchover
Keep this important information about how to
re-tune your TV during the digital TV switchover
Television in the UK is going digital, bringing us all more choice and new services. Starting in
late 2007 and ending in 2012, television services in the UK will go completely digital, TV region
by TV region.
Please see overleaf to find out when your area switches to digital.
Digital UK is the independent, non-profit organisation leading the process of digital TV
switchover in the UK. Digital UK provides impartial information on what people need to do to
prepare for the move to digital, and when they need to do it.
How the switchover affects your TV equipment:
Your new TV has a digital tuner built in, which means it is ready to receive the Freeview signal
by simply plugging it into your aerial socket (check if you can get digital TV through your aerial
now, or whether you’ll have to wait until switchover, at www.digitaluk.co.uk).
When the TV switchover happens in your area, there are at least two occasions when you will
need to re-tune your TV in order to continue receiving your existing TV channels, and also to
pick up new ones. Digital UK, the body leading the digital TV switchover, will advise you when
you need to re-tune during the switchover.
If you choose to connect your TV to satellite or cable with a digital box then it will not be
affected by switchover, and you won’t need to re-tune.
How to re-tune:
To find out how to re-tune your TV, check your manufacturer’s instructions for details. Or see
below for a typical sequence:
1.	 With your TV in digital TV mode, press ‘Menu’ on your remote control. (Some TVs 		
	 will ask you for a code if you have not already changed it, the default code is 		
	 usually 0000, or 	 check your instructions book).
2.	 From the Menu options on screen, select ‘Install’. Select ‘Auto Setup’* to re-tune 		
	 your digital TV (not ‘add channels’). You may have to wait a couple of minutes for 		
	 the re-tune to complete. *Also sometimes referred to as ‘Update’, ‘Rescan’, 		
	 ‘Replace’, ‘Auto-	 Tuning’, ‘Channel Search’, ‘First Time Install’, or ‘Store Channels’.
3.	 If you do not re-tune your channels when advised to do so by Digital UK, you may 		
	 lose some or all of your channels until you do re-tune. You should re-tune 			
	 your TV every few months to check for any new channels.
If you are missing any channels, it may be that they are not available in your area, or
that your aerial needs upgrading.
If you have any questions, please contact your equipment supplier or call Digital UK
on 0845 600 49 11 or visit www.digitaluk.co.uk.
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When does switchover happen?
*Copeland switches on October 17, 2007
Visit us at digitaluk.co.uk call us on 0845 650 50 50
The exact date you
switch depends on the
transmitter you are
served by. To check
when you switch,
go to Digital UK’ s
postcode checker on
www.digital.co.uk
Check your ITV news
service or look at
Teletext page 106 to
see what TV region
you’ re in.
Calls charged at BT rate of 3p per minute daytime and 1p per minute evenings and
weekends. Rates may vary for calls from non-BT lines.
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7.4	 UK Transmitter Stations (Analogue)
UHF CHANNELS STATIONS CT D
Regional Main stations BBCI BBC2 ITV CH4 CH5 Map BBCI BBC2 ITV CH4 CH5 Map
North West
Caldbeck 30 34 28 32 56 12 Bluebell Hill 40 46 43 65 29
Winter Hill 55 62 59 65 48 15 Crystal Palace 26 33 23 30 37 28
Douglas (IOM) 68 66 48 56 56 45 Dover 50 56 66 53 30
North Oxford 49 52 64 67 31
Belmont 22 28 25 32 56 17 East
Emley Moor 44 51 47 41 37 16 Sandy Heath 31 27 24 21 39 25
North East Sudbury 51 44 41 47 35 26
Bilsdale West Moor 33 26 29 23 35 14 Tacolneston 62 55 59 65 52 24
Chalton 39 45 49 42 11 Scotland
Pontop Pike 58 64 61 54 56/58 13 Angus 57 63 60 53 37 6
Midlands (West) Black Hill 40 46 43 50 37 8
Ridge Hill 22 28 25 32 35 23 Cragkelly 31 27 24 21 48 7
Sutton Coldfield 46 40 43 50 37 22 Darvel 33 26 23 29 35 9
The Wreckin 26 33 23 29 25 20 Durris 22 28 25 32 67 5
Mindlands (East) Eitshal (Lewis) 33 26 23 29 49
Waltham 58 64 61 54 35 21 Keeylang Hill 40 46 43 50 1
South West Knock More 33 26 23 29 4
Beacon Hill 57 63 60 53 37 Rosemarkie 39 45 49 42 3
Caradon Hill 22 28 25 32 38 Rumster Forest 31 27 24 21 2
Huntshaw Cross 55 62 59 65 67 40 Selkirk 55 62 59 65 52 10
Redruth 51 44 41 47 37 39 Wales
Stockland Hill 33 26 23 29 36 Blaenplwyf 31 27 24 21 56 44
Channel Islands Carmel 57 63 60 53 42
Fremont Point 51 44 41 47 Uanddona 57 63 60 53 19
West Moel-y-Parc 52 45 49 42 18
Mendip 58 64 61 54 37 35 Presely 46 40 43 50 37 43
South Wenvoe 44 51 41 47 41
Hannington 39 45 42 66 35 34 N.IRELAND
Midhurst 61 55 58 68 32 Brougher Mountain 22 28 25 32 37 47
Rowbridge 31 24 27 21 33 Divis 31 27 24 21 31 46
Limavady 55 62 59 65 48
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7.5	 Your Television Guarantee
Your new television is guaranteed against the cost of breakdown repairs for twelve
months from the date of the original purchase.
7.5.1	 What is covered?
•	 All repairs necessary as a result of faulty materials,defective components or 	
	 manufacturing detect.
•	 The cost of all functional replacement parts,excluding remote control 	 	
	 batteries
•	 The labour costs of a Beko approved repairer to carry out the repair
•	 You may be offered a replacement instead of repair under guarantee.
	 You dealer will advise you.
7.5.2	 What is not covered?
•	 Transit or delivery damage
•	 Accidental damage
•	 Misuse, or abuse.
•	 Cabinet or appearance parts,including knobs and flaps
•	 Remote control batteries.
•	 Repairs or replacements required as a result of unauthorised repairs 	 	
	 or inexpert installation that fails to meet the requirements contained in the 		
	 user instruction book.
•	 Repairs or replacements to product installed or used on commercial or non-	
	 household premises.
7.5.3	 Important notes.
•	 The product is guaranteed for domestic household use only.
•	 The guarantee will be void if the product is installed or used in commercial or 	
	 non-household premises.
•	 The product must be correctly installed and operated in accordance with 	 	
	 the instructions contained within the Operating Instructions Booklet provided 	
	 with the product.
•	 The guarantee is given only within the boundaries of the United Kingdom 	 	
	 and the Republic of Ireland.
•	 The guarantee is not transferable if the product is resold.
•	 Beko Plc disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damages.
•	 The guarantee does not in anyway diminish your statutory or legal rights.
Beko House,Caxton Way,Watford,Herts,WD18 8UF,Tel: 0845 600 4911
Website: www.beko.co.uk
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Model Number		 	 Serial Number
Date of Purchase	 	 Place of Purchase
Please keep your purchase receipt.The engineer will need to see it should you require
service under the 12-month Guarantee
HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE
Congratulations on your choice of a Beko colour television.Your new television has been
designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards to give you many years of use.To
get the best out of it,please take a few moments to read the instruction book.
Your television is supplied with a full 12 months guarantee,covering parts and labour.Should
you require service under guarantee,simply call the number below.
0845 600 4911
Our service receptionist will ask you for your product model number,your retailer’s name,and
the date of purchase when you call.It will assist you if you complete the box at the bottom of
this page when you take delivery of your television so that the information is readily available
should you need it. If it is necessary for an engineer to visit your home he will normally be there
within 48hrs of receipt of your call (excluding Bank Holidays) or at your earliest convenience.
Before telephoning for service please check the trouble shooting guide in the instruction
book as often minor problems are easily identified and resolved by following the instructions
contained there in.Service visits where there is no fault with the product could incur a charge
even through the product is under guarantee.
Service is also available on the above number after the guarantee period has expired.The cost
of any repairs outside of the guarantee period is payable to the engineer at the time of visit.
Please complete the box below for ease of reference later.
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INDEX
Symbols
1.5kHz.
...................................................... 20
4:3............................................................ 23
5kHz.
......................................................... 20
10kHz.
....................................................... 20
14:9.......................................................... 23
16:9.......................................................... 23
120Hz....................................................... 20
500Hz....................................................... 20
A
AC.
............................................................ 35
Access...................................................... 19
AC mains power........................................ 9
Additional Information................................ 34
Advanced Picture...................................... 21
Aerial......................................................... ..6
Aerial input................................................ 35
Analog.
...................................................... 14
Analog Channel......................................... 14
Analogue................................................... 38
Analogue TV.............................................. 11
Answer Button.
.......................................... 29
Aerial Input................................................ 30
Audio.
........................................................ ..9
Audio L input............................................. ..9
Audio R input.
............................................ ..9
Auto....................................................22, 23
Automatic Tuning...................................... 13
Automatic Volume..................................... 20
Auto Position............................................. 32
Auto Sleep.
................................................ 24
AV............................................................. 30
AV connection........................................... 30
AV input.................................................... 30
AVL........................................................... 20
AV Mode.............................................10, 11
B
Backlight................................................... 22
Batteries................................................7, 35
Block.
........................................................ 26
Blue.
.......................................................... 10
C
Call.
........................................................... 37
CA Module................................................ 19
Channel.
.................................................... 11
Channel List.............................................. 19
Channel Number....................................... 15
Channel Selection.
..................................... 11
Channels Received.................................... 35
CI.............................................................. 33
CI Module.
................................................. 33
Cinema................................................20, 21
CI slot input............................................... 30
Clear......................................................... 22
Clock...................................................24, 29
Color...................................................21, 22
Color Temperature.................................... 21
Common Interface.
.................................... 33
Conditional Access.................................... 19
Contrast.................................................... 22
Control...................................................... ..8
Control Panel.
............................................ ..8
Cool.......................................................... 21
Country..................................................... 25
D
Date.......................................................... 40
Daylight..................................................... 22
Design....................................................... 35
Digital........................................................ 13
Digital Channel.......................................... 13
Digital Switchover...................................... 36
Digital TV.............................................11, 33
Display...................................................... 10
DNR.......................................................... 22
DOUBLE................................................... 28
DVD PLAYER......................................30, 31
Dynamic.................................................... 22
Dynamic Backlight..................................... 22
Dynamic Contrast.
..................................... 22
E
Electrical Information................................. ..5
EPG.......................................................... 16
Equalizer.
................................................... 20
Exit............................................................ 10
External..................................................... 30
F
Factory...................................................... 25
Factory Defaults........................................ 25
Fastext...................................................... 29
Favourite List............................................. 17
Fine Tuning.
............................................... 15
Format.
...................................................... 22
Freeze.................................................10, 27
Freeze Picture........................................... 27
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G
GAME CONSOLE.
..................................... 30
Game Mode.............................................. 25
Getting Started.......................................... ..6
Green........................................................ 10
Guarantee................................................. 39
H
HD.
............................................................ 32
HDCP.
....................................................... 31
HDMI.
........................................................ ..6
HDMI3.
...................................................... ..9
HDMI Connection...................................... 31
HDMI input................................................ 30
HD-READY.
............................................... 32
High....................................................22, 32
High Definition........................................... 32
I
Important Notes........................................ 39
Important Safety........................................ ..3
Inserting.................................................... 33
L
Language.................................................. 25
Language Settings.
.................................... 25
Letterbox.
.................................................. 23
Locking..................................................... 18
Lock System............................................. 26
Loudspeaker............................................. 35
Low........................................................... 22
M
Manual Tuning.
.......................................... 14
Memory..................................................... 13
Menu.............................................10, 12, 20
MIX.
........................................................... 28
Model........................................................ 40
MPEG NR.
................................................. 22
Music........................................................ 20
Mute....................................................10, 11
N
Natural...................................................... 21
Night......................................................... 22
Noise Reduction........................................ 22
Normal...................................................... 21
Numeric.
.................................................... 10
O
Off Time.................................................... 24
On/Off.................................................10, 11
On Time.................................................... 24
Options..................................................... 25
Options Menu.
........................................... 25
Other Picture............................................. 27
P
Page.
......................................................... 28
Page Selection.......................................... 28
Page Stop................................................. 28
Panel......................................................... ..8
Panel Lock................................................ 27
Panorama.
................................................. 23
Parental Control.
........................................ 26
Parental Guidance..................................... 27
Password.................................................. 26
PAT........................................................... 10
PC.
............................................................ 32
PC Access................................................ 32
PC/Comp input......................................... 30
PC Connection.......................................... 32
PC Mode.
.................................................. 32
Perfect.
...................................................... 22
Perfect Clear............................................. 22
Phase........................................................ 33
PHONO..................................................... ..6
Picture.
...................................................... 21
Picture Format...............................10, 22, 33
Picture Menu............................................. 21
Picture Mode.
............................................ 21
Picture Settings......................................... 21
PIN............................................................ 26
PIP............................................................ 10
Place......................................................... 40
Power supply............................................ 35
Program.................................................... 10
Program Memory...................................... 35
Program Table.
.......................................... 17
Q
Question.
................................................... 29
R
Red........................................................... 10
Relocating................................................. 17
Remote control.
......................................... ..6
Remote Control.....................................8, 10
Removing.................................................. 33
Renaming.................................................. 18
REVEAL.
.................................................... 29
RF............................................................. 35
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S
SATALLITE RECEIVER.............................. 30
Scart.................................................6, 9, 30
Scart Connection.
...................................... 30
SCART/S-VHS input.
................................. 30
Service...................................................... 40
Service Type.
............................................. 17
Set PIN.
..................................................... 26
Settings..................................................... 13
Setup..................................................13, 14
Signal..................................................19, 24
Signal Information...................................... 19
Size........................................................... 32
Skipping.................................................... 18
Sleep.
........................................................ 24
Sleep Timer............................................... 24
Smart card................................................ 33
Software.
................................................... 26
Software Update....................................... 26
Sound.................................................10, 20
Sound Menu.
............................................. 20
Sound Mode............................................. 20
Sound Settings.
......................................... 20
Sound Systems......................................... 35
Special...................................................... 40
Special Note.
............................................. 40
Specifications............................................ 35
Speech.
..................................................... 20
Sports.................................................20, 21
Stand Removal.......................................... ..7
Stations..................................................... 38
STOP........................................................ 28
SUB.......................................................... 28
Subpage................................................... 28
Subpage selection.
.................................... 28
Subtitle................................................10, 23
Swap.
........................................................ 11
T
Technical Specifications............................ 35
Teletext..................................................... 28
Teletext/Mix............................................... 10
Television Controls.................................... 11
Time.......................................................... 24
Timer......................................................... 24
Timer Menu............................................... 24
Tint............................................................ 21
Transmitter................................................ 38
Troubleshooting.
........................................ 34
Tuning....................................................... 13
TV Guide................................................... 16
U
UPDATE.................................................... 29
User.......................................................... 21
V
VCR PLAYER............................................ 30
Vertical Position......................................... 32
VGA.......................................................... ..6
Vibrant Color............................................. 22
Video input................................................ ..9
Vivid ......................................................... 21
Volume................................................10, 20
W
Warm........................................................ 21
What is covered?.
...................................... 39
What is not covered?.
................................ 39
Wiring Instructions..................................... ..5
Y
Yellow....................................................... 10
YPBPR...................................................... 31
YPBPR Connection................................... 31
Z
Zoom........................................................ 27

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