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1 List of contents Special features Safety instructions Getting started Aerial connection Switching on Battery fitting Control unit Front and rear panel External connections table Remote control Using the TV TV controls Manual tuning Automatic tuning Child lock Program table TV setup Sound menu Picture menu Features menu Picture format Using teletext Connecting external equipment Help and service tips Technical specifications table 2 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 9 9 10 11 11-12 13 14-16 17 18-19 20-24 25 26
Television Thank you for buying this television which is designed to give you many years of satisfactory service. Y ou may already be familiar with using a television but do please take time to read these instructions. They are designed to familiarize you with the unit s many new features and to ensure you get the very best out of your purchase. 2 Special features ¥ Your TV can receive stereo channels directly (NICAM optional). ¥ 100 Programme Memory ¥ Available for Cable Channels (A decoder may be required). ¥ Manual Fine Tuning ¥ Child Lock ¥ Return to the last viewed channel (SWAP) ¥ Spatial Sound effect ¥ 16:9 picture format ¥ S-Video connection (optional) ¥ Audio/Video RCA sockets (optional) ¥ Normalization system to recall the setting in memory after the colour, contrast or brightness setting have been changed. ¥ Picture adjustment using one button (Smart control). ¥ Sound adjustment using one button (Smart control). ¥ Equalizer Sound Setup ¥ Automatic Volume Limiting ¥ Your TV set is equipped with an On-Screen Display system. This system enables the user to see the function on-screen and to control them efficiently. ¥ Infrared Remote Control ¥ Virtual Dolby Surround (optional) ¥ Dynamic Bass (optional) ¥ Multi language menu system ¥ On Timer ¥ Off Timer ¥ Stereo headphone socket (optional) ¥ Scart Socket: Video cassette recorder, satellite receiver, video disc player,DVD, TV games or a home computer can be connected to this AV socket with an appropriate connecting cable. ¥ Second scart socket (optional) ¥ Channel naming ¥ Teletext reception ¥ Automatic recognition of the broadcasting format (4:3, 16-9) via WSS feature. ¥ Dynamic Noise Reduction (Optional) ¥ Picture and Text (optional) ¥ Blueback (Optional) ¥ Component input via Scart (optional) ¥ Channel editing ¥ Quick Program Display ¥ Games (Optional) ¥ Now&Next (TV Guide), (Optional) ¥ Alarm function (Optional)
3 Safety is important Y our safety and the safety of others is important. Please, therefore, make sure you read the safety instructions before you operate this television. Safety instructions Read all the safety instructions before the first use of your TV. ! ¥ Position the television so that direct light does not fall on the screen. Excessive light will cause a washed out effect. ¥ Position the power supply lead and other leads so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by things placed on or against them. ¥ Do not use the appliance in humid or damp conditions. Do not allow the appliance to get wet, i.e. dripping or splashing, as this may be dangerous. Do not place water filled objects, such as vases and flower top on top of the appliance. ¥ Make sure that no open flame sources, such as lighted candles, are placed on top of the appliance. ¥ Do not use the television near any apparatus that produces a magnetic field such as HI-FI speakers or electric motors otherwise colour purity may be affected. ¥ The heat built up in the set escapes through ventilation holes, so do not cover the set by drapes, clothes etc. That may block air circulation. Do not place the television on carpet or soft furnishings. ¥ Clean the TV screen using a slightly damp cloth or chamois leather. Never use abrasive cleaning agents like liquid or aerosol cleaners. ¥ If you wish to place the television on a shelf or in a wall unit always ensure there is a minimum air gap of 8 cm around the top, sides and rear of the television, to assist ventilation. ¥ Your TV set is designed to operate with mains voltages 230VAC; 50Hz. Do not connect your TV set to power sources other than the mains supply. ¥ Do not place the television near heat sources such as radiators, ovens, stoves, etc. ¥ NEVER let children push anything into the holes or slots on the cabinet. ¥ Remove the mains plug from the socket outlet while cleaning.
Getting started Remove your television carefully from the box. You may wish to Y ou can use an outdoor or indoor aerial. However, if you use an indoor aerial the quality of the reception may be reduced and adjustment of the aerial may be required when changing programs. Please note If you live in a poor reception area or use an indoor aerial you may experience loss or corruption of teletext transmissions. Switching on Mains power Connect the mains plug into the mains socket and switch on. Connect the TV mains plug into your domestic mains socket outlet (230 V 50 Hz AC). Please Note When not in use disconnect the plug from the mains power supply. Press the Power button on the front of the TV . The standby indicator will illuminate. Blueback (optional): When there is no broadcast, the background purely blue instead of noisy picture. Switching the TV on for the first time To install your TV, please read the sections TV controls and Tuning the television . Please Note Do not leave the television in standby unattended or overnight. Battery fitting Insert the 2 AAA batteries supplied into the compartment on the rear of the remote control, ensure you follow the polarity diagram inside the compartment. store the packaging for future use. In the box Inside the package you should have: ¥ Television 7 4 Read these instructions before use Aerial connection To connect an aerial, plug the aerial lead into the aerial socket on the rear of the TV . Press a Numeric button or the Program up or Program down button on the remote control or Program up or Program down button on the front panel to switch the TV on. The standby indicator remains on. The picture will appear after a few seconds. ¥ AAA batteries x 2 Press the Standby button to switch the TV to standby. The standby indicator will light brighter. ¥ Remote control ¥ User guide Corrosion, oxidation, battery- leakage and any other graduallyacidic defect of this nature will invalidate the guarantee.
Control Unit Front Panel Program Down/Up button Volume Down/Up button. General Program ON/OFF switch Stand by (Depends on model) Stand by indicator External Connections: (Front or side) Right audio RCA (Red) Left audio RCA/Mono RCA (White) Video RCA (Yellow) S-Video connection Headphone socket Please note ¥ See the external connections table on the next page for available connections depending on the size and model of your TV set. ¥ Do not use Video RCA and S-Video connections at the same time, otherwise they will affect the pictures of each other. AV1 scart (External connections: (Rear) AV2 scart (optional) Aerial socket Power cable AV S-VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO L R 5 P- P+ V- V+
6 External connections table STD OPT : Standart : Optional Please note: The Audio/Video RCA, S-Video and Headphone socket can be placed on the front panel or on the right-hand side of the cabinet depending on the model of your TV. Remote control 1 2 3 4 7 AV 5 8 0 6 9 -/-- OK TV/TX MENU 16:9 PP MIX UPDATE SUB HOLD DOUBLE REVEAL P 100 TIMER SWAP Picture tube size/type 20 4:3 AV1 Scart AV2 Scart Headphone socket Audio/Video RCA S-Video socket STD. OPT. OPT. OPT. 21 4:3 STD. OPT. OPT. OPT. OPT. OPT. Mute
screen. Using the TV PP Swap Press theAV button to select your input as follows: AV For use when you are connecting an external source to your TV (Video recorder, DVD player etc.) via the SCART sockets or RCA sockets. See Connecting external equipment . Press the Mute button again to restore the sound. The symbol will disappear. TV controls Programme selection Press the Program up or Program down buttons on the TV or remote control or press a Numeric button to select a programme. To select a programme whose number is greater than 9 using the numeric buttons, press the -/-- button first and then press the two Numeric buttons. For example, to select programme 12, press the-/-- button followed by1 and then 2. Y ou can also select a program by pressing in the OK button. Press the OKbutton and a grey box will appear on the screen with programme numbers on it. Volume Press the Volume + or Volume - button on the TV or the Vol or Vol button on the remote control. A sound level bar will appear on the L L Use theProgram up and Program down buttons to scroll through the programme numbers. When you find the program number you want press theOK button again. 1 -/-- 1 2 OK OK TV/TX Mute To mute the sound press the Mute button on the remote control. A loudspeaker symbol will appear on the screen. AV SWAP SWAP PP SWAP 2 Scart models: 1 A V1 when using SCART socket 1. 2 A V2 when using SCART socket 2. 3 A V2-S for S-Video equipment. (Optional) 4 A V3 when using the RCA sockets of the TV. (Optional) 5 A V3-S when using the S-video socket and RCA audio sockets of the TV. (Optional) 1 A V1 when using SCART socket 1. 2 A V2 when using the RCA sockets of the TV. (Optional) 3 A V2-S when using the S-video socket and RCA audio sockets of the TV. (Optional) 1 Scart models: 7 to go back to Program 1. Press it again to return to Program 11. Allows you to swap between the program you are watching and the last selected program. i.e. If you were watching Program 1 and change to Program 11, press theSwap button Personal preference. Press the PP button to revert to the default settings for the TV . (See TV setup). P00 P01 P02 P03 TRT1 P04 TRT2 P05 STAR P06 CY 470 P07 P08 P09 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 Press theTV/TX button to close the grey box. Pressing Volume down buttons to decrease headphone volume. Pressing the Volume up buttons to increase the headphone volume.
8 In the Setup menu select PROG NO and change to P1 using the Program down button to select it and the Volume up button to change it. Starting with Program 1, tune in the first channel as follows: Use the Program down button to select SEARCH. Press the Volume up or Volume down button to start the tuning search. When the search finds a strong channel signal it will stop searching. The picture will appear. Identify which channel you are watching (BBC 1, ITV 1 etc.) and decide which program number you want it to be. Press the AV button again to return to TV . Tuning the television There are two ways of tuning your television: Manual, where you control the tuning process or Autoprogram where the television does it all automatically. Please Note If the TV is set to a channel with no signal the TV will return to standby after 5 minutes. The time remaining is displayed on the screen the last 60 seconds. Manual tuning Tuning the TV is accessed through the SETUP menu. There are two ways to access the SETUP menu: Press the blue Setup button. or Press the Menu button and use the Program down button to select SETUP . Press the OK button to enter the SETUP menu. Use theProgram down button to select PROGRAM NO. Use theVolume up/down buttons to select the program number. Use the Program down button to select Store. Press the OK button and STORED will appear on the STORE line. You have now stored the first channel. Use the Program up button to select again SEARCH and continue the tuning procedure until you have tuned in all the programme you want or the television can receive. the menu will be removed. MENU OK OK AV Please note The system will be displayed automatically on SYSTEM row i.e.BG, L, I, DK depending on the receiving broadcasting system of the country. In some countries the broadcasting system can be both BG/DK or BG/LL«. Only the TV sets produced with Pal Secam BG/DK or Pal Secam BG/LL« systems can receive both BG/DK or BG/LL« broadcasts. In this case the user can select the required SYSTEM using Volume up/down buttons. Please note If you do not press any buttons for 15 seconds CHANNEL SYSTEM FINE TUNE SEARCH AUTOPROGRAM CHILD LOCK PROGRAM NO STORE BACK SETUP S 07 BG 0 < > OFF P1 C/S
9 Tuning with channel numbers Enter the SETUP menu by pressing the blue button. Press the OK button to enter the CHANNEL row. Use the OK button to select S for cable channels and C for terrestrial broadcast. Use Volume up button to select the channel number buttons. Enter the channel number using the Numeric buttons. To exit the SETUP menu press the TV/TX button. Automatic tuning (Autoprogram) Enter the SETUP menu as before. Use the Program down button to select PROGRAM NO. Use the Volume up/down buttons to select the program number. Use the Program down button to select STORE. Press the OK button and STORED will appear on the STORE line. You have now stored the first channel. Use the Program up button to select again SEARCH and continue the tuning procedure until you have tuned in all the programmes you want or the television can receive. Use the Program down button to select AUTOPROGRAM and the OK button. A list of countries will appear. Select the desired country using Program and Volume buttons. press Press the Program down/up buttons to exit the channel row. Child lock Child lock switches off the programme you are watching when you select it. All other programmes are unaffected. If you go back to the programme with child lock on you will see a black screen with the OSD showing . You can lock as many programs as you want. Press the Volume up button to switch the Child lock on or off. Fine tuning Although the search and Autoprogram will automatically try and tune to the best reception, in areas of poor reception a bit of fine tuning may be required. In the SETUP menu use the Program up/down buttons to select FINE TUNE. Use the Volume up and Volume down buttons to fine tune. When you have finished use the Program down button to select STORE and press the OK button. When you are sure the aerial is connected properly press the OK button. Autoprogam will start. T o cancel Autoprogram while it is working press the Menubutton. OK 7 OK OK TV/TX OK MENU OK CHANNEL SYSTEM FINE TUNE SEARCH AUTOPROGRAM CHILD LOCK PROGRAM NO STORE BACK SETUP S 07 BG 0 < > OFF P1 C/S
10 Program Table Once you have tuned in all the channels you want, you can change their program number, if required, and name them. select PROGRAM TABLE and press the OK button or press directly the Y ellow button. PROGRAM 01 will be selected and the channel stored under PROGRAM 01 will be shown on the screen. The buttons used to edit the programs are shown at the bottom of the display: To enter the PROGRAM TABLE menu press the Menu button and Blue button - Name Green button - Move Pink button - Delete Red button - Skip To name the program Use theProgram up and Program down buttons to select the letters and numbers and theVolume up and Volume down buttons to move through the name. Select the program you want to move and press the The program will turn to green. Green button. To skip program Skipped program will not appear when you move through the program list using the Program up/ Program down buttons. They can still be selected using the numeric buttons or the OK button. Select the program you want to skip and press the Redbutton. The program will turn red. To unskip the program press the Redbutton again. When you select a program, the information you entered in the PROGRAM TABLE menu will appear All the following program are shifted down by one place. on the top of the screen i.e. P1 BBC1.This will disappear after about three seconds. To move the program You can move the programmes around the program list to the order you want Select the number you want to move the program to and press the Green button again and the programme will be moved to that number. P05 P06 P07 P08 P09 PROGRAM TABLE P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P18 P19 To delete a program Press the Blue button again to store the name. Repeat this process to name all the program. MENU OK MENU TV/TX PAT PAT SELECT OK BACK SKIP MOVE NAME DELETE To exit the PROGRAM TABLE press the TV/TX button or, the Yellow button once or the Menu button twice. Press theBlue button, the selected line will turn blue and the CH will turn white. All the following program are shifted up by one position. the program will be deleted. To delete a program, select it and press the Pink button. The program will turn pink and
11 Volume Sets default volume using the Volume up and down buttons. To save your settings, select STORE and press the OK button. will be displayed. Press the Menu button to go back to the previous menu. Balance Sets the sound balance when the TVis in stereo mode using the To save your settings, select STORE and press the OK Press the Menu button to go back to the previous menu. Sound type This item shows STEREO when receiving stereo transmission and MONO for mono transmissions. TV set up The TV set up is accessed through the menu system. Once you have stored your setup, this is the setup the TV will default to when you switch it on. To enter the MAIN menu press the Menu button. Once in the MAIN menu use the Program up and Program down buttons to select items in the menu and the OK button to access sub Please note If you do not press any buttons for 15 seconds the menu will be removed. Sound menu (red button) menus or use the coloured fastext buttons for quick access. Red button Green button Yellow button Blue button Pink button Select the required item in the menu using the Program up/down buttons and make the changes pressing Volume up/down buttons. Use the OK button to enter EQUALIZER sub menu. If the channel you are watching is in Nicam stereo the On Screen Display will show NICAM STEREO for a while. Please note If, while watching a Nicam stereo channel, the signal strength drops and the system cannot receive then Nicam stereo the OSD will show MONO. If then signal strength increases again and nicam stereo can be received again, the OSD will show NICAM STEREO. The TV can be produced to receive the NICAM broadcasts as an optional feature. STORED Volume up and down buttons button. STORED will be displayed. SOUND PICTURE PROGRAM TABLE SETUP FEATURES MAIN MENU - SOUND - PICTURE - PROGRAM TABLE - SETUP - FEATURES MENU OK OK MENU OK MENU EXIT SELECT OK VOLUME BALANCE SOUND TYPE SOUND MODE AVL DYNAMIC BASS EQUALIZER STORE BACK SOUND MONO NORMAL ON ON
12 Sound mode Y ou can select NORMAL, SPATIAL or DOLBY VIRTUAL (optional) using the Volume up/down buttons or mix button. SPATIAL sound is an expanded stereo . It gives the impression that the two speakers in the TV are further apart than they really are. DOLBY VIRTUAL is based on Dolby Pro Logic decoding for production of the Left, Right, Center and Virtual Surround Sound channels using two loudspeakers. menu. To save your settings, select STORE and press theOK will be displayed. Press the Menu button to go back to the previous TV transmitters have different sound levels. AVL A VL (automatic volume limiting) maintains the same sound level as you switch from program to program. To apply press Volume up or down button and select ON for AVL. menu. To save your settings, select STORE and press theOK button. STORED will be displayed. Press the Menu button to go back to the previous Dynamic Bass (optional) Set DYNAMIC BASS to ON if you wish to deepen the bass sound specifically. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby , Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Please note To get the surround effects in Dolby Virtual mode, you must apply a Dolby Surround encoded input to the TV. You can t adjust the AVL and EQUALIZER in DOLBY VIRTUAL mode. button. STORED OK MENU OK MENU
13 In this menu there is a series of preset equalizer settings for different types of sound output. There are five settings - MUSIC, SPORTS, CINEMA, SPEECH and USER USER allows you to set your own sound output as follows: Use the Program downbutton to select USER. Press the OK button to enter the use EQUALIZER menu. To save your settings, press the OK button. Press the Menu button to go back to the previous menu. sound Smart control. You can change the equalizer setting while watching the TV using the Press the sound Smart control to page through the different equalizer settings and select the one you want. Once you have switched the TV off the equalizer setting will revert to the stored setting. Use the Program up/down buttons to make the changes. Press OK button to adjust the frequency band levels. Use the Volume up button to select the KHz column you want to change. Picture menu (Green button) The picture menu allows you to set up the following: BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST COLOUR SHARPNESS COLOUR TEMPERATURE Equalizer BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST COLOUR SHARPNESS COLOUR TEMPERATURE DNR STORE PICTURE To change, for example, the colour, select it using Program buttons. Use the Volume up and Volume down buttons to change the setting. To save your settings, select STORE and press theOK button. STORED will be displayed. NORMAL ON DNR (Optional) (Dynamic noise reduction) You can decreose the noise on the picture by selecting DNR os ON. OK OK MUSIC SPORTS CINEMA SPEECH USER EQUALIZER 0.1 0.5 1.5 5 10 BACK BACK Smart control This gives you a choice of picture type: SOFT, NATURAL, RICH or USER. Use the button to change this type. OK MENU OK OK
14 Select BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, COLOUR and SHARPNESS using theProgram up/down buttons. Change the settings with the Volume up/down buttons. To save your settings, select STORE and press theOK button. STORED will be displayed. Press the Menu button to go back to the previous menu. You can change the picture type while watching the TV using the picture Smart control. Press the picture Smart control to page through the different picture types and select the one you want. Once you have switched the TV off the picture type will revert to the stored setting. Features Menu (Pink button) Language There are many languages available for the On Screen Displays (OSD). Press the OK button to select the language list. Press the Program down button to page through all the languages and OK to select. Timer: Use Program up and down buttons to select Timer in the features menu. Using the Timer fuction, you can switch to a specific programme at a pre- programmed time or you can turn your TV off at the time you want your TV to be turned off. Press OK to access the Timer menu. Clock: Use the numeric buttons to set the real time. On Time: Use the numeric buttons to set the time that you want your TV to be turned on (TV should be on stand-by mode). Off Time: Use the numeric buttons to set the time that you want your TV to be turned off (Stand-by mode). Alarm Time (Optional): Use the numeric buttons to set the alarm time that you want your TV to alarm. IMPORTANT NOTE: Your TV has Digital Comb Filter, DLTI (Digital Luminance Transient Improvement) features to improve picture quality. These features are set ON and they can not be changed by the end user. CLOCK ON TIME OFF TIME ALARM TIME PROGRAM No TIMER --:-- --:-- --:-- --:-- P1 Program No: Use the numeric buttons to set the programme number that will be shown when you set the On Time. OK MENU OK OK BACK LANGUAGE TIMER GAME TV GUIDE FEATURES BACK OK SELECT
15 GAME LEVEL GAMES GAME LEVEL GAMES 1 1 2 1 GAME (optional) Use Program up and down buttons to select Games in the features menu. Press OK to access the Game menu. You can select the desirable game via games menu. Picture and sound settings can not be changed in the game mode. "Mute" function can be used by pressing the Mute button on the remote control. You can also adjust the sound level of the watched channel by pressing Volume up/down buttons before opening the game mode. GAME 1-TETRIS (optional) Select the "New Game" option and press the OK button to start the game. You can follow the next shape from the small window which is located at the upper right corner of the screen. You can change the direction of the coming shapes by pressing the OK button. Volume up button is for rotating the coming shapes to the right, Volume down for left and Program up for quick down. You get 1 point, if a line is erased. "Game Over" occurs on the screen if the game finishes. You can pause and restart the game by pressing the Menu button. You can change the game level by selecting level option on the game menu and pressing the Volume up/down buttons. BACK OK SELECT Press the Menu button, select the "New Game" option and press the OK button to restart the game. You can press the Menu button again to cancel this menu. If you want to quit the game mode, press the Menu button, select the "EXIT" option and press the OK button. GAME 2-PAIRS (optional) Press the OK button to start the game after selecting "Game 2" on the Game menu. You can move the cursor up, down, left and right by pressing Program up/down and Volume up/down buttons. Press the OK button to see the hidden character located in the box. If the selected characters are the same for the first two choice, these boxes will stay in open position after the third box is selected. Otherwise, they will set to hidden posion again. After opening all hidden characters "Game Over" OSD will display on the screen. Press the Menu button, select the "New Game" option and press the OK button to restart the game. You can press the Menu button again to cancel this menu. If you want to quit the game mode, press the Menu button, select the "EXIT" option and press the OK button. BACK OK SELECT SCORE 00025 QIUT NEW GAME PAUSE LEVEL1 QIUT NEW GAME
16 DATE PROVIDER STATION MATCH DISPLAY INFO TV GUIDE TV GUIDE (optional) You can see the TV Guide information on the screen by pressing the DOUB button while a provider channel or a supported channel by provider is selected. The information about the current and next programmes which is sent by provider is displayed on the screen. Note: TV Guide information may not be available for all programmes. It depends on the broadcasting and determined by broadcasting company. Note: TV Guide is not displayed on the screen, if there is no provider in the saved channels. DATE PROVIDER STATION MATCH DISPLAY INFO TV GUIDE BACK 0.. 9 SET DATE 01.02.2005 P1 BBC ON DATE: Date information is supplied by the provider channel. You can use the numeric buttons to change the date. STATION MATCH: The supported channels by provider may not be defined automatically. You can open this menu and define the provider for these channels. Adjusting the provider just one time is enough for these channels. DISPLAY INFO: If you want to see the TV Guide information automatically while changing channels, this option should be open. In this case, if you open the provider channel Mini Guide occurs on the screen. DATE PROVIDER STATION MATCH DISPLAY INFO TV GUIDE BACK 0.. 9 SET DATE 01.02.2005 P1 BBC ON BACK 0.. 9 SET DATE 01.02.2005 P1 BBC ON Note1: If externally connected devices via scarts are turned OFF the provider channel appears on the screen when the television set is opened via remote control or cabinet buttons. EPdata dowload 2 Minutes" message occurs on the screen. It is required to stay at least 2 minutes on this channel to get the tv guide information from provider. However; you can change the channel using numeric buttons or PRL/PRM buttons whenever you want. Note2: The guide information is erased from memory after the valid time expired if a non- provider channel is bein watched. The guide information can not be found out by pressing "DOUBLE " button for this case. You PROVIDER: Provider is the channel which send the TV Guide information. You can select the provider via this function. Press Volume up/down buttons to select the provider and then press OK. DATE PROVIDER STATION MATCH DISPLAY INFO TV GUIDE BACK 0.. 9 SET DATE 01.02.2005 P1 BBC ON should stay on the provider channel for at least 2 minutes to get the new programme information. Note3: The channel or programme names may contain wrong characters if the provider broadcast is weak or noisy. The date or time information may be wrong. You should check and correct the date and time to get the right information for this case.
17 Picture format This allows you to select the picture size corresponding to the scren type of your TV: Avaible formats for 4:3 TV sets are 4:3 and 16:9. The formats of the broadcasts (4:3 or 16:9) you watch by means of aerial input are chosen automatically. This feature is active if the channel you are watching sends WSS (Wide Screen Signalling) information. Note: The feature mentioned above is relevant for TV sets having teletext. 4:3 Sets: 4:3, is the screen format of 20 , 21 TV sets But you can change the picture format to 16:9 to be able to watch the inputs in 16:9 format, i.e. some broadcasts and DVD s. Once you have switched the TV off the picture format will revert to the stored setting. PAT (Picture and Text) (Optional) In the double window function, you can also display the teletext screen in the second window. 16:9 Press the 16:9 button to page through the different picture formats and select the one you want. The selected format will appear on the lower center of the screen for a short while. TeleText Mode
18 Teletext is an information system that displays text on your TV screen. Using the teletext control buttons you can view pages of information that are listed in the teletext index. No on screen display is available in text mode. The contrast, brightness and colour cannot be changed but the volume control is still available. Make sure the TV channel you are watching transmits teletext. Press the button. The text page will appear, normally the index page. Press the button. The TV will return to the channel you were watching. Find the number of the page in the index and enter it using the buttons. The number of the page will appear in the top left hand corner of the screen. The page counter will search for your page. When it finds it, the page will be displayed. To move to the next page of text press the button. To move to the previous page press the button. To return to the index page press the button. To view a page of text while watching a TV programme press button. The text will be superimposed over the TV programme. Press the button again to return to the text page. In Text mode press the Update button. The TV will return to TV mode with the text page number in the top left hand corner of the screen. Enter the page number you want using the buttons. The top line of the text page will appear while the text searches for your page. When the page is found the number will remain in the top left hand corner of the screen. Press the button to view your selected page of text. If you have difficulty reading the text on the TV you can double the height of the text. Press the button. The top half of the page will be displayed in double height text. Press the button again. The bottom half of the page will be displayed in double height text. Press the button again to return to the full page. Using Teletext Please Note To enter T ext mode Please Note To exit Text mode To select a page of text TV/text mix Page search while watching TV Double height text TV/TX TV/TX Numeric Program up Program down P100 Mix Mix Numeric Update Doub Doub Doub the TV/TX TV/TX 0 9 P 100 0 UPDATE 9 UPDATE DOUBLE DOUBLE DOUBLE MIX MIX
19 Page hold If the page of text you have selected contains sub pages, these sub pages will automatically be displayed in order with a delay to allow you to read the page. To stop the move to the next sub page press theStop button. STOP will appear in the top left hand corner. To continue moving through the sub pages press theStop button again. To select a sub page If the page of text you are viewing contains sub pages, the number of the sub page you are on and the total number of sub pages is displayed on the right of the screen i.e. 1/7. To select a sub page press the Sub button. The number in the top left hand corner will be replaced by S followed by 4 asterisks. Enter the number of the sub page, using theNumeric buttons in the format S0001 for sub page 1. The teletext will search for the sub page. This may take some time. To return to the TV while the teletext is searching press the Update button. When the page number is found it will appear in the top left hand corner of the screen. Press the Update button again to view the text page. To reveal information Press the Rev button to reveal concealed information (quiz answers etc.). Press the Revbutton again to conceal the information again. Clock Press the Sub button, whilst watching a TV program , to display the time. HOLD HOLD REVEAL REVEAL Fastext At the bottom of the teletext screen is a row of subject headings in red, green yellow and blue. The remote control has a row of coloured buttons corresponding to the row of coloured subjects on the screen. Pressing one of the coloured buttons will take you directly to the page corresponding to the subject heading. Toptext (optional) At the bottom of the teletext screen is a row of subject headings in yellow and blue. Pressing yellow or blue buttons on the remote control, selects the related Subject. Next page can be selected by pressing the red button and previous page can be selected by pressing the green button. Note: Fastext and Toptext features are not available in every program. SUB SUB 5 UPDATE UPDATE
20 Connecting external equipment Headphones (optional) The headphones must have an impedance of between 8 and 32 ohms and have a 3.5 mm stereo jack plug. Plug the headphone jack into the headphone socket of the TV . Connecting a video recorder Plug one end of the SCART lead (not supplied) into the back of the video recorder and the other end into one of the SCART sockets on the back of the TV . Switch on the video recorder and the TV . Press the AV button on the remote control to select AV1 or A V2 (optional) to correspond with SCART socket you are using on the back of the TV . Via SCART Make sure the TV and video recorder are both switched off. Make sure the TV and video recorder are both switched off. Plug one end of the RCA lead into the video and audio out sockets on the back of the video recorder and plug the other end into the video and audio in sockets of the TV . If the sound is in mono use the Audio Input L. In the SOUND menu select MONO. Via RCA lead (optional) Press the AV button repetitively and select the A V3 mode by two scart models or select AV2 mode by one scart models. AV AV Please note: You can connect a RGB external equipment via Scart 1. It is necessary to you use full Scart cable for this purpose. Select the video outputs of external device by using its menu to RGB if it s available.
21 Plug a coaxial plug into the RF out socket on the rear of the video recorder and plug the other end into the aerial socket of the TV . Switch on the video recorder and the TV . If your video recorder has a test signal, switch it on. (Refer to the video recorder user guide). See Tuning the TV and carry out the tuning procedure for the video recorder test signal. Select a programme number 0 or between 55 and 99. Via aerial socket Make sure the TV and video recorder are both switched off. Unplug the aerial lead from theTV and plug it into the aerial socket on the video recorder (if fitted). If you have an S-Video player you can connect it to SCART socket 2 (optional) via an adaptor from scart to S-Video/RCA audio (not supplied). S-Video Player Press the AV button three times to select A V-2S (available by two scart models). Press the AV button repetitively to select AV3-S by two scart models or AV2-S by one scart models. Plug the S-Video plug into the S-Video socket and the audio leads into the audio sockets. You can also connect it through the S-Video socket of the TV (optional). Via RCA lead and S-Video socket AV AV S-Video In AV1 AV2 AV S-VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO L R AV S-VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO L R Audio In (L) Audio In (R ) Video In Audio In (L) Audio In (R)
22 Connecting a DVD player Via SCART Make sure the TV and DVD player are both switched off. Plug one end of the SCART lead (not supplied) into the back of the DVD player and the other end into one of the SCART sockets on the back of the TV . Switch on the DVD and the TV . Press theAV button on the remote control to select AV1 or A V2 (optional) to correspond with SCART socket you are using on the back of the TV . Via RCA lead (optional) Make sure the TV and DVD player are both switched off. Plug one end of the RCA lead into the video and audio out sockets on the back of the DVD player and plug the other end into the video and audio in sockets of the TV . Press the AV button repetitively and select the A V3 mode by two scart models or select AV2 mode by one scart models. Press the AV button repetitively to select AV3-S by two scart models or AV2-S by one scart models. Plug the S-Video plug into the S-Video socket and the audio leads into the audio sockets. You can also connect it through the S-Video socket of the TV (optional). Via RCA lead and S-Video socket AV AV AV AV1 AV2 AV S-VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO L R Video In Audio In (L) Audio In (R) S-Video In AV S-VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO L R Audio In (L) Audio In (R )
23 Connecting a decoder Via SCART Make sure the TV and decoder are both switched off. Plug one end of the SCART lead (not supplied) into the back of the decoder and the other end into the SCART1 on the back of the TV . Switch on the decoder and the TV . Via RCA lead (optional) Make sure the TV and decoder are both switched off. Plug one end of the RCA lead into the video and audio out sockets on the back of the decoder and plug the other end into the video and audio in sockets on the TV . Select TINT by using Program down button and use the adjust the colour wsing Volume up and down buttons. Please Note You can record from one external piece of equipment to another via the TV by connecting the playback to SCART 1 and the recorder to SCART 2 and selecting AV1. You cannot watch the TV . You can connect NTSC supported equipment to the TV via the SCART sockets and adjusting the colour via the PICTURE menu. Press the AV button repetitively and select the A V3 mode by two scart models or select AV2 mode by one scart models. AV AV Press the AVbutton on the remote control to select AV1. AV1 AV2 AV S-VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO L R Video In Audio In (L) Audio In (R)
24 Connecting TV with camcorder Connecting TV games and computer S-Video camcorder Camcorder AV1 or AV2 AV2 (2 scart models only) AV1 S-Video TV Game Player S-Video In AV S-VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO L R Audio In (L) Audio In (R) Video In Audio In (L) Audio In (R) S-Video In AV S-VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO L R Audio In (L) Audio In (R) Video In Audio In (L) Audio In (R) Connecting TV with video and satellite/digital receiver ANT IN ANT OUT Scart 2 AUXIN Scart 1 TV IN/OUT DIGITAL SATALLITE RECEIVER VIDEO RECORDER BEHIND THE TELEVISION Scart Socket Antenna socket Scart
25 Help and service tips TheTVdoes not work Make sure it is plugged into the mains supply and switched on. No sound ¥ Is the sound muted? Press the Mute button. ¥ Is the volume turned down? ¥ Are there headphones connected? Poorpicture ¥ Is the aerial plugged in? ¥ If you are using a set top aerial is it properly aligned for the best signal. ¥ Make sure the aerial is not too close to neon lights, loudspeakers etc. ¥ Try changing the direction of the outdoor aerial. High buildings and mountains can cause ghost pictures or double images. ¥ The picture quality may be reduced by connecting two external sources at once. Disconnect one of the sources. ¥ Adjust the fine tuning. No picture ¥ Is the aerial plugged in properly? ¥ Is the aerial lead damaged? ¥ Are all the plugs in the aerial lead fitted correctly? ¥ Have you pressed the correct buttons on the remote control? Sound coming from only one speaker ¥ Is the balance set to one side? See the sound menu. ¥ If you have external speakers, has one of them become disconnected? No response to the remote control ¥ Try changing the batteries. ¥ Is there an obstruction between the remote control and the sensor on the TV? If nothing works If you have tried the above solutions and none seem to work, try switching the unit off and on again. If this does not work contact your supplier or TV repair technician. Never attempt to repair a defective TV yourself.
26 PF 4:3 : Pureflat picture tube : Conventional TV General technical specifications Power Supply AC: ................................................... 230-240V50Hz Number of preset programmes ......... 100 RFAerial input .................................... 75 ohm (unbalanced) Audio output ...................................... Stereo/NICAM (optional) Batteries ............................................ 2x AAA Receivingchannels ............................... VHF (Band I Channels 2-4) ............................................................. VHF (Band III Channels 5-12) ............................................................... UHF(Channels 21-69) .............................................................. Cable TV (S1-S20/S21-S41) Please note: Your TV set is produced to receive only one of these colour and sound system options which is based one your countries norms and can not be changed by user except BG/DK and BG/LL« if both systems are avaible to receive (BG or DK and BG or LL«). Please refer to Tuning the TV . Speaker empedance ........................... 8 ohm Technical specifications table Picture tube size/type 20 4:3 21 4:3 PF Visible screen size Sound output (%10 THD) Power consumption Stand by power consumption 21 4:3 Screen size 51 cm 55 cm 48 cm 51 cm 2x7 W 55 W 2 W 2 W optional optional 55 cm 51 cm 55 W 2 W optional Dolby Virtual 55 W 2x7 W 2x7 W This symbol on the product or in the instructions means that your electrical and electronic equipment should be disposed at the end of its life separately from your household waste. There are separate collection systems for recycling in the EU. For more information, please contact the local authority or your retailer where you purchased the product.
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