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  • Brand: JVC
  • Product: LCD TV
  • Model/name: LT-17C50BU
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, German

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©2004 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED
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INSTRUCTIONS
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
BREITBILD-LCD-TV BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
TÉLÉVISEUR À GRAND ÉCRAN LCD MANUEL D'INSTRUCTIONS
ITALIANO
TV A PIENO SCHERMO LCD ISTRUZIONI
LT-17C50BU
LT-17C50SU
WIDE LCD PANEL TV
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For your safety
This equipment has been designed and
manufactured to meet international safety stan-
dards but, like any electrical equipment, care
must be taken if you are to obtain the best
results and safety is to be assured. So, please
read the points below for your own safety.They
are of a general nature, intended to help you
with all your electronic consumer products and
some points may not apply to the goods you
have just purchased.
Some “DOs” and “DON’Ts” for you
Air Circulation…
Leave at least 10cm clearance around the tele-
vision to allow adequate ventilation. This will
prevent the TV from overheating and conse-
quential possible damage to the TV. Dusty
places should also be avoided.
Heat Damage…
Damage may occur if you leave the TV in di-
rect sunlight or near a heater. Avoid places
subject to extremely high temperatures or hu-
midity, or locations where the temperature is
likely to fall below 5ºC (41ºF).
Mains Supply…
The mains supply required for this equipment
is 100-240 V AC, 50 Hz. Never connect to a
DC supply or any other power source. DO en-
sure that the TV is not standing on the mains
lead. DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this
equipment, this incorporates a special Radio
Interference Filter, the removal of which will
impair its performance.
Hot / Moderate Climate Conditions
This device is suitable for working in hot and
moderate climate conditions.
IF IN DOUBT PLEASE CONSULT A
COMPETENT ELECTRICIAN.
Contents
For your safety ......................................... 1
Important Information ............................. 4
Remote Control Buttons.......................... 5
Control Panel Buttons ............................. 6
Where to install ....................................... 9
Preparation ............................................ 10
Before Switching on your TV ................ 10
Switching the TV ON/OFF .......................11
Operating the TV.................................... 12
Operating the TV.................................... 13
Menu System ......................................... 14
Other Features....................................... 20
PC Mode ................................................. 23
Teletext................................................... 25
Peripheral Equipment Connections ..... 26
Peripheral Equipment Connections ..... 28
Antenna Connections ............................ 29
Peripheral Equipment Connections ..... 29
PC Input Typical Display Modes ......... 30
Tips ......................................................... 31
Specifications ........................................ 32
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DO…
DO read the operating instructions before you
attempt to use the equipment.
DO ensure that all electrical connections (in-
cluding the mains plug, extension leads and
inter-connections between pieces of equip-
ment) are properly made and in accordance
with the manufacturers’ instructions.
Switch off and withdraw the mains plug be-
fore making or changing connections.
DO consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt
about the installation, operation or safety of
your equipment.
DO be careful with glass panels or doors on
equipment.
DO NOT…
DON’T remove any fixed cover as this may
expose dangerous voltages.
DON’T obstruct the ventilation openings of the
equipment with items such as newspapers,
table-cloths,
curtains etc. Overheating will cause damage
and shorten the life of the equipment.
DON’T allow electrical equipment to be ex-
posed to dripping or splashing or objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, to be placed on
the equipment.
DON’T place hot objects or naked flame
sources, such as lighted candles or night-
lights on, or close to the equipment. High tem-
peratures can melt plastic and lead to fires.
DON’T use makeshift stands and NEVER fix
legs with wood screws. To ensure complete
safety, always fit the manufacturer’s approved
stand or legs with the fixings provided accord-
ing to the instructions.
DON’T listen to headphones at high volume,
as such use can permanently damage your
hearing.
DON’T leave equipment switched on when it
is unattended, unless it is specifically stated
that it is designed for unattended operation or
has a standby mode. Switch the equipment
off and make sure your family know how to do
this. Special arrangements may need to be
made for infirm or handicapped people.
DON’T continue to operate the equipment if
you are in any doubt about it working normally,
or it is damaged in any way – switch off, with-
draw the mains plug and consult your dealer.
DON’T put the empty batteries into garbage
instead of recycle bin to reduce harmfull ef-
fects to the environment.
ABOVE ALL – NEVER let anyone, especially
children, push anything into holes, slots or
any other openings in the case – this could
result in a fatal electric shock.
NEVER guess or take chances with electrical
equipment of any kind – it is better to be safe
than sorry.
To fully disconnect the TV, switch off the
mains socket and remove the Power plug.
Safety Precautions for Power adapter
• Be careful! May become hot.
• For indoor and dry location use only.
• Risk of electric shock.
• Shock hazard, do not open.
• Keep all power adapters away from any other
heat source.
• Always use power adapter(s) well-ventilated
area.
** Cold cathode fluoresant lamp in LCD PANEL
contains a small amount of mercury, please
follow local ordinates or regulations for dis-
posal.
"TheLCDpanelisveryhightechnologyprod-
uct with about a million thin film transistors,
giving you fine picture details. Occasionally,
a few non-active pixels may appear on the
screen as a fixed point of blue, green or red.
Please note that this does not affect the per-
formance of your product." Please note that
certain light guns used with games consoles
may not work on this product.
Warning:
This is a Class A product. In a domes-
tic environment this product may
cause radio interference in which
case the user may be required to take
adequate measures.
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WARNING
• Fingers may be trapped under the TV causing injuries.
Hold the TV at the bottom in the middle, and do not allow
it to tilt up or down.
• The TV may fall causing injuries. Hold the bottom of the
stand with your hand and tilt the TV up and down.
• Do not allow children to hang from the TV, place their
elbows on the TV or lean against the TV. Doing so may
cause the TV to fall over and lead to injuries.
CAUTION:
• To avoid electric shock or damage to the unit, first firmly
insert the small end of the power cord into the AC Adapter
unit it is no longer wobbly, and then plug the larger end of
power cord into an AC outlet.
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Important Information
Please take note
EXCLUSION CLAUSE
JVC shall under no circumstances be liable for loss and/or damage to the product caused
by:
• fire;
• earthquake;
• accidental damage;
• intentional misuse of the product;
• use of the product in improper conditions;
• loss and/or damage caused to the product whilst in the possession of a third party;
• any damage or loss caused as a result of the owner’ s failure and/or neglect to follow the
instructions set out in the owner’s manual;
• any loss or damage caused directly as a result of misuse or malfunction of the product
when used simultaneously with associated equipment;
Furthermore, under no circumstances shall JVC be liable for any consequential loss and/
or damage including but not limited to the following, loss of profit, interruption of business,
the loss of recorded data whether caused during normal operation or misuse of the
product.
WARNING! NEVER LEAVE A
STATIONARY IMAGE ON THE
SCREEN
If stationary images generated by TELETEXT,
CHANNEL IDENTIFICATION LOGOS, COM-
PUTER DISPLAYS, VIDEO GAMES, ON
SCREEN MENUS, etc. are left on the TV
screen for any length of time, they could be-
come permanently ingrained.
If you use your television to display completely
still images, or moving pictures which have a
permanent still image superimposed e.g.
broadcast network logos, it is always advis-
able to reduce BOTH the brightness and con-
trast settings.
Care and disposal
Cleaning the screen and cabinet...
Turn off the power, clean the screen and cabi-
net with a soft, dry cloth. We recommend that
you do not use any proprietary polishes or
solvents on the screen or cabinet as this may
cause damage.
Disposal...
When the set reaches the end of its useful
life please dispose of it in accordance with
Local Government Regulations or at a recy-
cling centre.
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RemoteControlButtons
/ I = (Stand By) button
TV / VCR / DVD Switch
Number buttons
AV button (TV, EXT-1, EXT-2, EXT-2 S,
EXT-3, EXT-4, EXT-4 S or PC)
BLUE / PICTURE Mode button
YELLOW / Sleep Timer button
MENU button
= Cursor Up button
OK button
= Cursor Right button
BACK button
= Volume + / - buttons
Teletext / VCR /DVD Control buttons
PC Control Buttons
P buttons
= Cursor Down button
= Teletext Button
= Cursor Left button
= Stereo / Bilingual button
GREEN / Hyper Sound On/Off button
RED / ZOOM Mode button
= Information Button / T-V Link in
Program Menu
= Mute button
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ControlPanelButtons
With certain combinations of connectors and leads the back cover
may not be easily fitted. If the cover is left off, this in no way infringes
safety requirements.
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Using the stand
This TV comes with a Table Top Stand already attached.
This stand can be used to adjust the direction of the TV screen 5° up, 10° down, and 20° to the
left or right.
Tilt the TV up and down:
While holding the bottom of the stand with one hand, use your other hand to hold the middle of
the top of the TV and slowly tilt the TV up and down.
• As a safety measure, the stand is constructed so that it requires a certain amount
of force to tilt the TV.
Rotate the TV to the left and right:
While holding the bottom of the stand with one hand, use your other hand to hold the odge of the
panel and slowly adjust the direction of the TV screen.
Cable holder:
A cable holder which is used to keep the connection cables tidy is attached to the back of the
stand.
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Remove the terminal Cover
There are connection terminals behind the covers of the rear of the TV. Remove the cover before
connecting an antenna, DVD or VCR.
Remove the covers by removing the hooks. When replacing the covers, place the side or bottom
of the covers against the TV and insert the hooks.
• Leave the covers off if they do not fit properly. DO NOT force to replace the covers. Doing so may
cause damages of the connection cables and the covers.
• Leave these covers off when mounting the TV on a wall.
• 100 mm mount based on VESA regulation is equipped.
• The handle and the stand can be left by loosing the screws with a screwdriver when mounting
the TV on a wall.
• Spread a soft cloth on a flat table and then place the TV on the cloth with the screen facing
downwards when you leave the handle and the stand.
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Wheretoinstall
Locate the TV away from direct sunlight and strong lights, soft, indirect lighting is recommended
for comfortable viewing. Place on a sturdy platform, the mounting surface should be flat and
steady, it should then be secured to the wall with a sturdy tie using the hook on the back of the
TV, this will prevent it from falling over. Use curtains or blinds to prevent direct sunlight falling on
the screen.
A floor and table top stand are available for this television, or and angled bracket which enables
the TV to be wall-mounted.
The LCD display panels are manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technol-
ogy, however sometimes some parts of the screen may be missing picture elements or have
luminous spots. This is not a sign of a malfunction.
Make sure the TV is located in a position where it cannot be pushed or hit by objects, as
pressure will break or damage the screen.
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Preparation
Install Display on solid horizontal surface such
as a table or desk.
For ventilation, leave a space of at least 10 cm
free all around the set. To prevent any fault
and unsafe situations, please do not place
any objects on top of the set.
Features
• It is a remote controlled colour television and
PC monitor.
• 100 programmes from VHF, UHF bands or
cable channels can be preset.
• It can tune cable channels.
• Controlling the TV is very easy by its menu
driven system.
• It has 2 pieces of Euroconnector socket for
external devices (such as video, video
games, audio set, etc.)
• To use as a PC monitor, 15 Pin Mini D-Sub
connector for computer.
• Optional stereo sound systems (German or
German+Nicam) are available.
• Multilanguage OSD.
• Teletext (Fastext, 7 pages).
• It is possible to connect headphone.
• A.P.S. (Automatic programming system)
• All programmes can be named.
• Forward or backward automatic tuning.
• Sleep timer.
• Child lock
• Auto, Full, Regular, Panoramic, 14:9 Zoom,
16:9 Zoom,16:9 Zoom Subtitle modes.
• Automatic sound mute when no transmis-
sion.
• When no valid signal is detected, after 5 min-
utes the TV switches itself automatically to
stand-by mode.
• NTSC Playback.
• Universal power supply range is a standard
feature on this model.
• TV Picture in PC (if PC input available).
• PLL (Channel Search)
• PC input (Support Up to 1280 x 768)
Panel Features
• High resolution, 17”-inch TFT LCD display.
• High contrast ratio (400:1 Typical)
• Brightness: 450 cd/m2.
• High-speed response time < 25 msec.
• Wide viewing angle (typical) 176° (horizon-
tal) and 176° (vertical).
• 8-bit colour depth, display 16.7 M colours.
BeforeSwitchingonyourTV
Power connection
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IMPORTANT: The TV set is designed to oper-
ate on 12 V DC. For this, an adaptor is used
which gives 12V DC voltage. Connect this
adaptor to a system that supplies 100 -240V
AC, 50 Hz.
•After unpacking, allow the TV set to reach the
ambient room temperature before you con-
nect the set to the mains.
Connections to the RF input
socket
• Connect the aerial or cable TV plug to the RF
input socket located at the back of the TV
and connect the cable plug coming out from
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the TV out socket located at the devices (VCR,
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How to connect other devices
IMPORTANT: Switch off the TV before connect-
ing any external device.
Sockets for external connections are at the
back of the TV. For connection of other devices
via Euroconnector refer to the manuals of the
related devices.
Inserting batteries in the remote
control handset
• Remove the battery cover located on the back
of the handset by gently pulling upwards from
the indicated part.
• Insert two AA/R6 dry cell or equivalent type of
batteries inside.
• Replace the battery cover.
NOTE: Remove the batteries from remote con-
trol handset when it is not to be used for a long
period.Otherwise it can be damaged due to
any leakage of battery.
Old batteries must be disposed in a desig-
nated area. If performance of the remote con-
trol reduces, replace the batteries with the cor-
rect type. Do not combine a used, old battery
or a new one or mixed battery types. Remove
dead batteries immediately to prevent acid
from leaking into the battery compartment.
SwitchingtheTVON/OFF
To switch the TV on
Your TV will switch on in two steps:
1- Connect the power supply cord to the sys-
tem. Then the TV switches itself to stand-
by mode and the power lamp becomes red
located on the front of the TV.
2- To switch on the TV from stand-by mode
either:
Press the “ / I” button on the remote control
or on the right side of the TV
or.
press a digit button on the remote control so
that a programme number is selected,
or,
Press “P/Ch” buttons on the right side of the
TV or press “ ” or “ ” buttons on the
remote control, so that last switched off
programme is selected.
By either ways the TV will switch on and the
power lamp will become green.
To switch the TV off
• Press the “ / I” button on the remote con-
trol or on the right side of the TV, so the TV
will switch to stand-by mode and the power
lamp will become red.
NOTE: To switch the TV off completely remove
the mains plug from the socket.
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OperatingtheTV
You can operate your TV both using the re-
mote control handset and onset buttons.
First A.P.S. (Automatic
Programming System)
APS, searches and sorts all channels and
stores them automatically on your TV, accord-
ing to the transmission of programme sys-
tems in your area.
To cancel APS before starting, press BLUE
button.
First of all choose the “Language” which the
menus of the TV will appear. As soon as you
change the language, the menu items will be
displayed in the selected language. . By press-
ing the “ “ or “ ” button, come to the "Coun-
try" item and select the country. This will effect
the sort process in APS. Press red button to
startA.P.S.
After APS is finalized, a programme list will
appear on the screen. In the programme list
you will see the programme numbers and
names assigned to the programmes.
If you press the BLUE button at any time while
the A.P.S. is running, the A.P.S. will be ended.
If you do not accept the locations and / or the
programme names of programmes, you can
change them in Program menu. For details
see Program Menu on page 19.
If you do not have a T-V Link compatible VCR,
press BLUE button to exit the menu.
If you have a T-V Link compatible VCR con-
nected to the EXT-2 terminal, press “ ” but-
ton to display T-V Link menu. Then follow the
operating procedure “Downloading data to
VCR” in the following T-V Link section.
T-V Link
When a T-V Link compatible VCR connected
to the EXT-2 terminal on the TV, it is easier to
set up the VCR and to view videos. T-V Link
uses the following features:
To use T-V Link functions
A “T-V Link compatible VCR” means a JVC
video cassette recorder with the T-V Link logo,
or with one of the following logos. For details
see your VCR instruction manual.
“Q-LINK” (A trademark of Panasonic Corpora-
tion)
“Data Logic” (A trademark of Metz Corpora-
tion)
“Easy Link” (A trademark of Phillips Corpora-
tion)
“Megalogic” (A trademark of Grundig Corpo-
ration)
“SMARTLINK” (A trademark of Sony Corpora-
tion)
Downloading data to VCR:
The VCR will automatically download the reg-
istered data on the TV channels from the TV.
This means you do not need to set up the
programme channels on your VCR manually.
The “T-V Link” menu will be displayed when
you press the “ ” button while Program
menu is displayed.
Press “ ” or “OK” button to start downloading
data to VCR. “TRANSFER” is displayed in the
menu
If you do not want to continue press the BLUE
button to exit the menu.
If “FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE” is displayed,
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download was not performed correctly. Before
trying to download again, check that:
• The VCR power is turned on.
• The VCR is T-V Link compatible.
• The VCR is connected to the Ext-2.
• The scart cable is fully wired.
Direct REC:
You can easily record to VCR the images that
you are watching on the TV. For details, read
the manual for your VCR. Use your VCR con-
trols you can not carry out Direct REC using
your TV control.
When the VCR is not ready (For example when
there is no tape inserted), “NO RECORDING”
is displayed. In the following situations, the
VCR will stop recording if the Tv is turned off, if
the TV channel or input is changed, or if the
menu is displayed on the TV:
• When recording images from an external
device connected to TV (For example
camcorder).
• When recording a TV channel after it has
been unscrambled on a decoder.
• When recording a TV channel by using the
TV’s output because the VCR’s own tuner
can not properly receive that channel.
TV autopower on/VCR image view:
When the VCR starts playing, the TV automati-
cally turns on and images from EXT-2 appear
on the screen.
This function does not happen if your TV’s main
power is turned off. Set your TV’s main power
to on (StandBy Mode).
OperatingtheTV
You can operate your TV both using the re-
mote control handset and onset buttons.
Volume setting and programme selection can
be made by using the buttons at the control
panel on the right side of the TV.
Volume Setting
• Press “ -” button to decrease volume or
“ +” button to increase volume, so a vol-
ume level scale (slider) will be displayed at
the middle of the bottom on the screen.
Programme Selection
• Press “ ” button to select the next pro-
gramme or “ ” button to select the previ-
ous programme.
Entering Main Menu
• Press "MENU" button to enter Main menu. In
the Main menu select submenu using
“ ” or “ ” button and enter the sub-
menu using“ -” or “ +” button. To learn
the usage of the menus, refer to the Menu
System sections.
Operating with Remote Control
The remote control handset of your TV is de-
signed to control all the functions of the model
you selected. The functions will be described
in accordance with the menu system of your
TV.
Functions of the menu system are described
in following sections.
Volume Setting
Press “ +” button to increase volume.
Press “ -” button to decrease volume. A
volume level scale (slider) will be displayed in
the middle at the bottom of the screen.
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Programme Selection (Previous or next
programme)
• Press “ ” button to select the previous
programme.
• Press “ “ button to select the next
programme.
Programme Selection (direct access):
Press digit buttons on the remote control hand-
set to select programmes between 0 and 9.
TV will switch to the selected programme. To
select programmes between 10 - 99, press
the digit buttons consecutively which
programme you want to select (eg. for
programme 27, first press 2 and then 7). When
it is late to press second digit button only the
first digit programme will be displayed. The
limit of the delay time is 3 seconds
.Example: PR6 press 6, PR12 press
1and 2 , PR123 press 1,2 and 3.
Press directly the programme number to
reselect single digit programmes.
Hint: The channel list numbers are assigned by the broad-
casters. Because not all channels are broadcast free-to-air
and stored by the receiver, the channel list numbers do not
run continuously. The fifteenth channel in the list, for ex-
ample, may not be channel number 15 but channel number
17.
MenuSystem
Your TV has been designed with a menu sys-
tem to provide an easy manipulation of a multi-
function system. The TV is controlled by choos-
ing the commands, which are displayed on
the screen.
MAIN MENU
Press the "MENU" button. The main menu will
be displayed in the middle of the screen.
To select a sub-menu use “ “ or “ ” but-
ton, and press “ “ or “ ” button or directly
press “OK” button.
In EXT-1, EXT-2 and EXT-4 modes, main menu
appears the same as in TV mode but without
Program sub-menu.
In EXT-3 mode, Main Menu appears as fol-
lows:
Menu does not disappear automatically if it is
left on the screen.
Press “MENU” button again to remove menu.
Picture Menu
Press “MENU” button, now you are in main
menu. In the Main menu, select “Picture”
using “ “ or “ ” button, then enter the Pic-
ture menu pressing “ “ / “ ” or “OK” but-
ton.
Setting Mode
• As you enter the picture menu, Mode will be
the first item.
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• By pressing “ “ or “ ” button you may
choose one of these options:
Soft, Standard and Bright.
Setting Contrast
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Contrast.
• Press “ ” button to increase contrast level.
• Press “ “ button to decrease contrast level.
Setting Bright-1
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Bright-1.
• Press “ ” button to increase brightness.
• Press “ “ button to decrease brightness.
Setting Sharpness
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Sharpness.
• Press “ ” button to increase sharpness level.
• Press “ “ button to decrease sharpness
level.
Setting Colour
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Colour.
• Press “ ” button to increase colour level.
• Press “ “ button to decrease colour level.
Setting Bright-2
Using“ “ or “ ” button select Bright-2.
• Press “ ” button to increase the back light.
• Press “ “ button to decrease the back light.
Setting Colour Temp.
• Using “ “or“ ” button selectColourTemp.
• Press “ “ or “ ” button to select “Warm”,
“Cool” or “Normal”.
Setting Noise Reduction
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Noise Red.
• Press “ “ or “ ” button to select Noise
Reduction level “Off” or “Minimum” or “Me-
dium” or “Maximum.
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Note 1:
At low signal level, the changings on the Noise Reduction
function are not effective when there is menu on the screen.
If the menu is removed, the effect of this function is seen. At
normal broadcasting, Noise Reduction changings are effec-
tive at once.
Note 2:
At moving pictures, while Noise Reduction is at maximum
level, some picture distortions may occur. If Noise Reduc-
tion is set to medium or minimum, the picture will improve.
Setting Hue
During Playback NTSC system, this will ap-
pear inAV mode only when NTSC video source
is applied. Otherwise, Hue option is invisible
in Picture menu in TV mode :
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Hue.
• Press “ ” button to increase hue level.
• Press “ “ button to decrease hue level.
Center value is indicated with one arrow.
Reset
Press BLUE button to reset the picture modes
to factory default settings.
To Store the Settings
In the Picture Menu, all settings are stored
automatically.
Sound Menu
To change sound settings
As you enter the main menu, sound will be
the second item. In the main menu, select
Sound using “ “ or “ ” button, then enter
the sound menu pressing “ “ / “ ” or “OK”
button.
Setting Volume
As you enter the sound menu, Volume will be
the first selected option.
• Press “ ” button to increase volume.
• Press “ “ button to decrease volume.
Or you can directly change the volume set-
tings using “ +” (to increase) or “- ” (to
decrease) button.
Setting Bass Level
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Bass Level.
• Press “ ” button to increase bass level.
• Press “ “ button to decrease bass level.
Setting Treble Level
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Treble.
• Press “ ” button to increase treble level.
• Press “ “ button to decrease treble level
Setting Balance
It allows adjusting the distribution between the
left and right speakers.
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Balance.
• Press “ ” button to change balance right-
ward.
• Press “ “ button to change balance leftward.
Hyper Sound
• Using “ “or“ ” button select Hyper Sound.
• Pressing “ “ or “ ” button will turn on or off
this feature.
Pseudo/spatial effect can be turned on or off
via the Hyper Sound item in the Sound menu
or by remote control. In Mono transmission
the left and right channels will be added at left
channel and dummy stereo effect will intro-
duced to end-user.
In stereo transmission it yields a phase differ-
ence between left and right channels. Hyper
Sound selection will be displayed on the
screen when the TV Status button is pressed
or programme is changed.
To Change Audio Out Settings
Audio Out is a sub-menu of Sound menu.
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Use this settings to adjust volume for audio
out terminal which is located at the right side
of the TV.
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Audio Out.
• Press “ “ or “ ” button or directly press
“OK” button on Audio Out, to enter the Audio
Out menu.
Audio Out Volume
• As you enter the Audio Out sound menu, Vol-
ume will be the only option.
• Press “ ” button to increase volume.
• Press “ “ button to decrease volume.
Selecting Sound Mode
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Sound
Mode.
• Press “ “ or “ ” button to change Sound
Mode.
You can choose Mono, Stereo or Dual
(I-II) mode, only if the selected channel sup-
ports that Sound Mode.
You can also change sound mode directly
pressing “I-II” button on your remote control.
In case of bilingual broadcast (Dual Sound),
you can select original or dubbed language
using Sound Mode option.So when somebody
listens to the original language from the loud-
speakers, somebody else can listen to the
dubbed language from headphone.
To Store The Settings
In the Sound Menu, all settings are stored
automatically.
Feature Menu
Press “MENU” button, now you are in
mainmenu. In the main menu, select Feature
using “ “ or “ ” button. Then enter the Fea-
ture menu pressing “ “ / “ ” or “OK” button.
Sleep Timer
The Sleep Timer is used to turn the TV off after
a defined period of time after selecting this
item. The timer can be programmed between
Off and 120 minutes in steps of 10 minutes.
(Off, 010, 020, 030, 040, ... , 120)
If sleep timer is activated, at the end of the
selected the time, the TV goes automatically
to stand-by mode.
Child Lock
You can use this feature to prevent children
turning on/off TV or changing programmes or
adjustments etc. without remote control.
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Child Lock.
• Press “ “ / “ ” button to select Child Lock
On or Off .
The Child Lock feature can be set On or Off by
“ “ / “ ” button. When Off is selected, there
will be no difference in the operation of your
TV. When On is selected, the TV can only be
controlled by the remote control handset. In
this case the control panel buttons except “ ”
button on the right side of the TV will not work.
Selecting Menu Language
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Language.
• Press “ “ or “ ” button to select menu lan-
guage.
EXT-2 Output
FromEXT-2Output; TV, EXT-1 or EXT-4 can be
given. These modes can be chosen by press-
ing “ “ or “ ” button on “EXT-2 Output”.
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Blue Back (During No Signal)
The Blue Back Feature can be set by “ “ or
“ ” button to either On or Off.
To Store Settings
In Feature menu all settings are stored auto-
matically.
Install Menu
Press “MENU” button, now you are in main
menu. In the main menu, select “Install”
using “ or “ ” button. Then enter the In-
stall menu pressing“ “ / “ ” or “OK” but-
ton.
In EXT mode, Install menu appears like this:
You can change only Colour system and
VCR.
Selecting Programme
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Programme.
• To select programme number, you can use
“ “ / “ ” button or Digit Buttons
Selecting Band
Band, can be chosen either,
• “C” or “S” by “ “ or “ ” button.
Selecting Channel
Channel can be changed by “ “ or “ ” but-
ton or by Digit Buttons.
Selecting Colour System
Using “ “ or “ ” button on Colour System,
you can change the colour system to PAL,
SECAM or Auto.
Note: In EXT mode, you can choose NTSC
3.58 and NTSC 4.43 as well.
Selecting Sound System
Using “ “ or “ ” button on Sound System,
you can change the standard to BG, DK, I, L,
Lp.
Selecting Fine Tuning
You can use the Fine Tuning process for fine
adjustment (after coarse adjustment), if you
are not happy about the image on the screen.
Use “ “ or “ ” button on Fine Tuning item,
until getting the best image on the screen.
Selecting Search
To start the search process, press “ ” button
for forward search or “ “ button for backward
search. If a signal is found or reaches to end
of the band after searching, press “ “ or “ ”
buttons to continue search process. To stop
the search process when you want, press
“ “ or “ ” buttons at any time.
Decoder(EXT-2)
You can use this mode to connect any de-
coder to your TV.
• Press the“ “ or “ ” buttons to set it “On” or
“Off”.
When you select Decoder(EXT-2) “On”,
EXT-2 output will be chosen as TV mode only
and any scrambled channels will be un-
scrambled through decoder connected your
TV via EXT-2 output.
Setting VCR (Video Cassette Recorder )
Mode
• This item can be seen in TV, EXT-1, EXT-2,
EXT-3 and EXT-4 modes.
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• If you want to watch a VCR source from one of
these modes, then it will be better to set
VCR mode “on”. For this, while the cursor is
on this item press the“ “ or “ ” buttons to
set it “On”.
• If you want to watch a DVD , then you must set
this item “off”; because DVD is not a source
like a VCR and to see the picture better, you
must set the VCR mode “Off”.
To Store Settings
• Press “ “ / “ ” or “OK” button on Store
option to store Install menu settings.
• After stored, T-V Link menu will appear. If you
do not need to do T-V Link, press BLUE but-
ton to exit the menu.
Program Menu
Press "MENU" button, now you are in main
menu. In the main menu, select “Program”
using “ “ or “ ” button. Then enter the
Programme menu, press “ “ / “ ” or “OK”
button.
Note: There is no Program menu in any EXT
modes.
Program Menu is used to delete a channel, to
change the programme number of a channel,
to give a channel name to a channel, and to
start the A.P.S (Autostore) function.
To choose a channel in the Program menu
Press “ “ / “ ” / “ “ / “ ” button. The
programme number that you choose is high-
lighted in the Program.
Caution:
Using “Delete” or “Insert” function rewrite the current chan-
nel list in the Program menu. Therefore, the programme num-
bers of some of channels will change.
When you complete the settings of
Program menu:
If you have a T-V Link compatible VCR, press
“ ” button to display the T-V Link menu. then
follow the operating procedure “Downloading
the data to VCR”
If you do not have a T-V Link compatible VCR,
press BLUE button to exit the menu.
To give a channel name (Name):
1. Choose the channel you want to give a chan-
nel name.
2. Press the RED button to enter the Name
mode.
3. Press “ “ or “ ” button to choose the
position,and press “ “ or “ ” button to
choose each character of channel name.
4.Press the RED button to store the channel
name.
• To cancel the Name mode, press the BLUE
button.
To delete a channel (Delete):
1. Choose the channel you want to delete.
2. Press the YELLOW button to enter the De-
lete mode.
3. Press the YELLOW button to delete it.
• To cancel the Delete mode, press the BLUE
button.
To change the programme number of a
channel (Insert)
1. Choose the channel you want to change
the programme number.
2. Press the GREEN button to enter the Insert
mode.
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3. Press “ “ / “ ” / “ “ / “ ” button to
choose new programme number.
4. Press the GREEN button to insert the chan-
nel to the chosen programme number.
Autostore:
To enter Autostore menu, press the BLUE but-
ton. To learn the features of this function see
“Autostore” below.
Autostore, searches and stores all channels
automatically on your TV, according to the
transmission of programme systems in your
area.
First of all choose the “Country” by using “ “
or “ ” button.
After Autostore is finalized, a programme list
will appear on the screen. In the program list
you will see the programme numbers and
names assigned to the programmes.
If you do not accept the locations and/or the
programme names of programmes, you can
change them in Programme menu.
Source Menu
You can switch your TV to EXT modes by
pressing directly to “AV” button or by selecting
in source menu from the main menu.
While in EXT mode, you can also switch your
TV to TV or other EXT modes by selecting in
source menu from the main menu.
In main menu, firstly use “ “ or “ ” button
then use “ “ / “ ” or “OK” button to enter
Source menu. In source menu, move the cur-
sor by “ “ or “ ” button and then press “OK”
button or “ “ / “ ” buttons when the cursor is
on the required item. The selected mode
comes automatically on the screen.
OtherFeatures
TV Status
Programme Number, Programme Name (or
EXT), (they are displayed on the upper left of
the screen). The sound indicator is displayed
with them too. They are displayed after
programme change during 3 seconds.
Sound Indicator
The alternatives of the indicator are Mono, Ste-
reo, Dual I and Dual II. This indicator is dis-
played under the programme number indica-
tor on the screen. "I-II" button is used to select
Mono or Stereo, or Dual I or Dual II.
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In Mono broadcast or in forced-mono (for ste-
reo broadcast).
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In Stereo broadcast.
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If dual broadcast detected. Dual I is selected
in default and also can be selected after Dual
II by Remote Control.
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If Dual II selected by Remote Control.
Hyper Sound
By selecting Hyper Sound in sound menu or
by pressing the “ “ button on your remote
control, Pseudo/Spatial effect can be turned
on or off. In Mono transmission the left and
right channels will be added at left channel
and dummy stereo effect will introduced to
end-user.
In stereo transmission it yields a phase differ-
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ence between left and right channels. Hyper
Sound selection will be displayed on the
screen when the TV Status button is pressed
or programme is changed.
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Picture Mode
Picture mode OSD is displayed when BLUE
button is pressed. Picture mode can be
changed to standard, soft, and bright.
Sleep Timer
Sleep Timer mode OSD is displayed when
YELLOW button is pressed.
The Sleep Timer is used to turn the TV off after
a defined period of time after selecting this
item. The timer can be programmed between
Off and 120 minutes in steps of 10 minutes.
(Off, 010, 020, 030, 040, ... , 120)
If sleep timer is activated, at the end of the
selected the time, the TV goes automatically
to stand-by mode.
Mute Indicator
It is placed in the upper middle of the screen
when enabled, and it stays there until it is dis-
abled.
To cancel mute, there are two alternatives; the
first one is by pressing the " " button, this
volume is set to the preceding value, and the
second one is increasing the volume level. By
decreasing the volume level in mute state,
mute will not be ignored, only the volume level
will decrease.
No-Signal Detection (TV mode)
If no valid signal detected, it takes 5 minutes
to switch to the Stand-By mode unless any
signal detected or any Remote Control com-
mand is accessed.
After a Remote Control command (if No-Sig-
nal Timer is active) the timer stops and if no
signal detected again the timer is initialized to
5 minutes and starts 3 seconds later again to
count down.
It is not valid in EXT modes.
No-Signal and Out Of Range
Detection (PC mode)
In PC Mode,as no menu is displayed,in case
that there is no PC input to the TV,it is dis-
played an OSD message:
No input signal detected
then the power lamp turns to amber and PC
will be in PC standby mode. Press “AV” but-
ton, digit buttons or “ ” / “ ” buttonsto
exit standby mode.
In PC Mode,as no menu is displayed,in case
that there is no PC input to the TV, but the reso-
lution and the vertical frequency is not sup-
ported by the concept, it is displayed an OSD
message:
Signal out of range
Volume Bar
It is displayed in the lower middle of the screen.
When a volume command is received (press-
ing “ +” or “ -” by Remote Control or
Control panel at the top of the TV) and no menu
is active, it stays on the screen for 3 seconds,
after the last volume command or until an-
other command is received in between.
EXT Modes
By pressing the “AV” button you can switch
your TV to EXT modes (except being in Tele-
text). Pressing this button will consecutively
switch the TV in one of the optional EXT
modes: EXT-1, EXT-2, EXT-2 S, EXT-3,
EXT-4, EXT-4 S and PC.
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In order to quit the EXT mode press any digit
buttons or “ ” or “ ”.
Zoom Modes
Zoom mode can be changed by pressing Red
button. You can change the screen size ac-
cording to the picture aspect ratio. Select the
optimum one from the following ZOOM modes.
AUTO:
When a WSS (Wide Screen Signalling) sig-
nal, which shows the aspect ratio of the pic-
ture, is included in the broadcast signal or the
signal from an external device, the TV auto-
matically changes the ZOOM mode to 16:9
ZOOM mode PANORAMIC or FULL mode ac-
cording to the WSS signal.
• When the AUTO mode does not function cor-
rectly due to poor WSS signal quality or when
you want to change the ZOOM mode, change
to another ZOOM mode manually.
Using the different screen formats
Press the Red button to select the different
modes:AUTO,FULL,REGULAR,PANORAMIC,
14:9ZOOM,16:9ZOOM,16:9ZOOMSUBTITLE
modes.
Note: You can only choose REGULAR and FULL
in PC mode
FULL:
This uniformly stretches the left and right sides
of a normal picture (4:3 aspect ratio) to fill the
wide TV screen.
• For 16:9 aspect ratio pictures that have been
squeezed into a normal picture (4:3 aspect
ratio), use the FULL mode to restore the pic-
ture to its original shape.
REGULAR:
Use to view a normal picture (4:3 aspect ratio)
as this is its original shape.
PANORAMIC:
This stretches the left and right sides of a nor-
mal picture (4:3 aspect ratio) to fill the screen,
without making the picture appear unnatural.
The top and bottom of the picture are slightly
cut off.
14:9 ZOOM:
This zooms up the wide picture (14:9 aspect
ratio) to the upper and lower limits of the
screen.
16:9 ZOOM:
This zooms up the wide picture (16:9 aspect
ratio) to the full screen.
16:9ZOOM SUBTITLE:
This zooms up the wide picture (16:9 aspect
ratio) with subtitles to the full screen.
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PCMode
Installation
• Power off both Computer and Display before
making any connections.
• Set your PC’s resolution correctly before con-
necting to the TV. See the table in page 30 for
supported modes.
• Use a D-SUB cable to connect the TV's PC
input to the computer's RGB output terminal.
If you want to listen to the sound from the
computer, use an audio cable to connect the
PC AUDIO IN to the computer's sound out-
put terminal.
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• Tighten the screws of the Display cable until
the connectors are fastened securely (fin-
ger-tighten only).
Main Menu in PC mode
Enter the main menu by pressing the “MENU”
button on the remote control.
PC Picture Position Menu
In the Main menu, select “PC Picture Posi-
tion” using “ “ or “ ” button, then enter the
menu pressing “ “ / “ ” or “OK” buttons..
Auto Position
If you shift the picture horizontally or vertically
to an unwanted position, use this item to put
the picture into correct place automatically.
• Select Auto position item by using “ “ or
“ ” buttons.
• Press “OK” button.
•Press“MENU”buttonor“BACK”buttontostore
the value.
Warning: Auto position adjustment recom-
mended to be done with the full screen image
for the proper adjustment.
Horizontal Position
This item shifts the image horizontally to right
hand side or left hand side of the screen.
• Select Hor. Position item by using “ “ or
“ ” button.
• Use “ “ or “ ” button to adjust the value.
•Press“MENU”buttonor“BACK”buttontostore
the value.
Vertical Position
This item shifts the image vertically towards
the top or bottom of the screen.
• Select Ver. Position item by using “ “ or
“ ” button.
• Use “ “ or “ ” button to adjust the value.
•Press“MENU”buttonor“BACK”buttontostore
the value.
Dot Clock
Dot Clock adjustments correct interference
that appear as vertical banding in dot inten-
sive presentations like spreadsheets or para-
graphs or text in smaller fonts.
• Use “ “ or “ ” button to adjust the value.
Clock Phase
Depending on the resolution and scan fre-
quency that you input to the TV Set, you may
see a muddy or noisy picture on the screen. In
such a case you can use this item to get a
clear picture by trial and error method.
• Use “ “ or “ ” button to adjust the value.
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PC Picture Menu
In the Main menu, select “PC Picture” using
“ “ or “ ” button, then enter the PC Picture
menu pressing “ “ / “ ” or “OK” buttons.
Contrast, Bright-1 and Colour Temperature
adjustments in this menu are identical to ad-
justments defined in TV picture menu.
R, G, and B adjust the TV image colour in PC
mode. You can change the TV colour to your
desired colour: R (Red), G (Green), B (Blue)
Sound Menu
In the main menu select “Sound” using “ “
or “ ” button then enter the Sound menu
pressing “ “ / “ ” or “OK” buttons.
The items in this menu are described at
Sound menu starting page 16.
PIP Picture
In the Main menu, select “PIP Picture” using
“ “ or “ ” button, then enter the PIP Picture
menu pressing “ “ / “ ” or “OK” buttons.
This menu is displayed when PIP is displayed
on the screen and otherwise “PIP No Signal”
message will be displayed at the bottom of
menu.
PIP picture is displayed on the screen with
“ ” button. By pressing “OK” button, PIP win-
dow is selected. PIP position is changed by
“ ” button. There are four different PIP posi-
tions. PIP size is changed by “ ” button. Two
different PIP size are available.
Programme in the PIP window is increased /
decreased by “ / ” , digit buttons or
AV button. All EXT modes (Except EXT-3) are
also available in PIP window. PIP window is
removed from the screen by “ ” button.
The items in this menu are described at Pic-
ture menu starting page 14.
Source Menu
In the Main menu, select “Source” using “ “
or “ ” button, then enter the Source menu
pressing “ “ / “ ” or “OK” buttons.
Select the available sources of TV, EXT-1,
EXT-2, EXT-2 S, EXT-3, EXT-4, EXT-4 S or PC
using “ “ or “ ” button and by pressing “ “
/ “ ” or “OK” buttons.
Sound in PC mode
• Connect the PC’sAudio output to the TV’s PC
Audio In socket with an audio cable.
• On your remote control,using “ ” button to
select sound source from TV, EXT-1,
EXT-2, EXT-3, EXT-4 and PC options.
• When PIP is displayed on the screen, “ ”
allows you to switch sound between PC and
selected PIP source.
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Teletext
Teletext is an information system that displays
text on your TV screen. Using the Teletext in-
formation system you can view a page of in-
formation on a subject that is available in the
list of contents (index).
On screen display is not available in text mode.
Contrast, brightness or colour control is not
available, but volume control is available in
text mode.
To operate Teletext
• Select a TV station on which Teletext is being
transmitted.
• Press (TELETEXT) “ ” button. Usually the
list of contents (index) is displayed on the
screen.
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To select a page of Teletext
• Press the appropriate digit buttons for the
required Teletext page number.
The selected page number is displayed at the
top left corner of the screen. The Teletext page
counter searches until the selected page
number is located, so that the desired page is
displayed on the screen.
• Press “ ” button to move the Teletext
screen forward one page at a time.
• Press “ ” button to move the Teletext
screen backward one page at a time.
To Select Index Page
• To select the page number of the index (gen-
erally page 100), press “ ” button.
Searching for a teletext page while
watching TV
• In the Teletext mode pressing “ ” button
will switch the screen to the TV mode. In the
TV mode enter a page number using digit
buttons. As you enter last digit of page num-
ber, “ ” sign will replace the page number
and flash until the entered page number is
found. Then the page number will replace
“ ” sign again. Now you can display this
teletext page pressing “ “ button.
To Select Double Height Text
• Press “ ” button for the top half of the infor-
mation page to be displayed in double height
text.
• Press “ ” button again for the bottom half
of the information page to be displayed in
double height text.
• Press “ ” button once more for the full page
of normal height text.
To Reveal “concealed” Information
• Pressing “ ” button once will reveal an-
swers on a quiz or games page.
• Pressing “ ” button again will conceal the
revealed answers.
To Stop Automatic Page Change
The teletext page you have selected may con-
tain more information than what is on the
screen; the rest of the information will be dis-
played after a period of time.
• Press “ ” button to stop the automatic page
change.
• Press “ ” button again to allow the next
page to be displayed.
To Select a Subcode Page
Subcode pages are subsections of long Tele-
text pages that can only be displayed on the
screen one section at a time.
• Select the required Teletext page.
• Press “ ” button.
• Select the required subcode page number
by pressing four digit buttons (e.g. 0001).
• If the selected subcode page is not displayed
in a short time, press “ ” button. TV
programme will be displayed on the screen.
• Teletext page number will be displayed on
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the upper left corner of the screen when the
selected page is found.
• Press “ “ button to display the selected
Teletext page.
To exit Teletext
• Press “ ” button. The screen will switch to
TV mode.
Fastext and Toptext
Your TV supports the 7 page Teletext system.
When the page number of any of the 7 pages
in memory is entered, the system will not
search for the requested page; instead it will
display the page automatically.
• Press “ “ button to move the Teletext
screen forward one page at a time.
• Press “ ” button to move the Teletext
screen backward one page at a time.
For Fastext and Toptext
The subject-heading for the information may
have a particular colour.
• Press an appropriate RED,GREEN,YELLOW
or BLUE button in order to reach the relevant
page quickly.
For TOPTEXT
If Toptext transmission is present, colour
coded buttons will appear in status row.
If Toptext transmission is not present, status
row will not appear.
In Toptext mode the “ “ or “ ” com-
mands will request the next or previous page
respectively.IfToptext transmission is not avail-
able, in case of operation of these commands,
wraparound occurs. For example page 100
appears to be one greater than page 199.
PeripheralEquipment
Connections
There is a wide range of audio and video equip-
ment that can be connected to your TV.
Connection diagrams at the and of this sec-
tion show you where the different equipment
should be connected at the back side of the
TV.
Via the Euroconnector
Your TV set has 2 Euroconnector sockets. If
you want to connect peripherals (e.g. video,
decoder, etc.) which have Euroconnectors, to
your TV, use SCART input.
If an external device is connected via Euro-
connector sockets TV is switched to AV mode
automatically. In this case if both sockets are
connected SCART has the precedence.
T-V Link compatible VCR
Be sure to connect the T-V Link compatible
VCR to the EXT.2 terminal. If not, the T-V Link
function will not work properly.
• When connecting a T-V Link compatible VCR
to the EXT.2 terminal, be sure to connect the
decoder to the VCR. If not, the T-V Link func-
tion may not work properly. And then set the
DECODER(EXT-2) function for the channel to
ON to unscramble a scrambled channel.
RGB mode
If an equipment can output the RGB signals,
connect it to the EXT-1 or EXT-2 terminal.
EXT-2 S Mode
If the equipment connected to your TV set sup-
ports S-Video (Y/C) output from Euroconnec-
tor, you can have a better picture quality by
selecting EXT-2 S mode and connecting your
equipment to the EXT.2 (EXT-2 S) terminal of
TV. See your equipment's booklet to check if
your equipment has such feature.
Via the RCA jacks
If you have an equipment (such as a Cam-
corder) which has the RCA jacks, connect it to
the EXT-4 terminal with the video and audio
cables.
If you have a device which outputs component
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signal, connect it to the EXT-3 terminal with a
component video cable.
Via the ANT (aerial) socket
If your equipment does not have an Eurocon-
nector or RCA jacks, connect it to the TV with
an aerial cable. For details, see the manual
provided with the equipment.
• To store the test signal that comes from the
equipment, see “Install Menu” on page 18
and store it to the program number 0. You
can watch images from that equipment to
select the program number which you stored
the test signal.
Decoder
Cable TV offers you a wide choice of
programmes. Most of them are free, others
are to be paid for by the viewer. This means
that you will need to subscribe to the broad-
casting organisation whose programmes you
wish to receive. This organisation will supply
you a corresponding decoder unit to allow the
programmes to be unscrambled.
For further information ask your dealer. See
also the booklet supplied with your decoder.
Connect a decoder with an aerial socket
to the TV
• Connect the aerial cable.
Connect a decoder without an aerial
socket to the TV
• Connect the decoder to your TV with a
eurocable (RCA Jack Cable) to EXTERNAL
(RCA Jack) (optional). When your decoder
has a Euroconnector / RCA Jack you can
obtain better picture quality if you connect a
eurocable (RCA Jack Cable) to EXTERNAL
(RCA Jack) (optional).
TV and Video Recoder (VCR)
• Connect the Video Recorder to the ANT (an-
tenna input) socket of the TV with the aerial
cable.
• Connect the Video Recorder to the EXT-1 or
EXT-2 terminal with the SCART cable, or con-
nect it to the EXT-4 terminal with the audio
and video cables.
NTSC Playback
Connect a NTSC video recorder to a terminal.
Then press “AV“ button to select the corre-
sponding AV mode.
INTSC 3.58/4.43 system is detected automati-
cally in AV mode.
Camera and Camcorder
To connect to the EXT-4 terminal
Connect your camera or camcorder at the back
side of your TV.
• Connect your equipment to the TV via VIDEO
(yellow), AUDIO R (red) and AUDIO L (white)
inputs. You should connect the jacks to the
input in the same colour.
Connect the decoder to the video
recorder
Some video recorders have a special euro-
connector for decoder.
• Connect a eurocable to the euroconnector of
your decoder and to the special eurocon-
nector of your video recorder. See also the
handbook of your video recorder.
• To connect your video recorder to the TV, see
TV and Video Recorder section.
If you want to connect more equipment to your
TV, consult your dealer.
Connecting Headphones
Use the stereo headphone socket on the right
side of your TV, to connect headphones.
Connecting the PC
Connect PC monitor with 15-pin PC cable to
the 15-pin connector on the rear of the com-
puter. For detail installation procedure see In-
stallation in PC mode.
To connect to S-Video input
Connect your camera or camcorder at the back
side of your TV.
• Connect your equipment to the TV via
S-Video input at the back side by using
S-Video cables.
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PCInput Typical Display Modes
The display has a maximum resolution of 1280 x 768, vertical sync. frequency range of 50-75 Hz
and a horizontal sync. frequency range of 30-69 KHz.
The following table is an illustration of some of the typical video display modes.
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to get the best PC input display quality.
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Tips
Care of the Screen
Clean the screen with a slightly damp, soft
cloth. Do not use abrasive solvents as they
may damage the TV screen coating layer
Colors of image on screen are
abnormal
Have you selected the correct TV system? Is
your TV set or house aerial located too close
to the loudspeakers, non-earthed audio equip-
ment or neon lights, etc. ?
Mountains or high buildings can cause double
pictures or ghost images. Sometimes you can
improve the picture quality by changing the
direction of the aerial.
Is the picture or Teletext unrecognisable?
Check if you have entered the correct frequency.
The picture quality may degrade when two
peripherals are connected to the TV at the
same time. In such a case, disconnect one of
the peripherals.
No Image on Display Screen
Is the aerial connected properly? Are the plugs
connected tightly to the aerial socket? Is the
aerial cable damaged? Are suitable plugs
used to connect the aerial? If you are in doubt,
consult your dealer.
No Image means that your TV is not receiving
any transmission. Have you pressed the cor-
rect buttons on the remote control? Try once
more.
PC Picture
If no PC picture appears, check that the D-
SUB cable is connected properly. Check that
your PC's resolution set correctly. See page
30 for supported modes.
Sound
You can not hear any sound. Did you perhaps
interrupt the sound, pressing “ ” button? Are
external speakers connected to the TV?
Sound is coming from only one of the speak-
ers. Is the balance set to one direction ex-
treme? See Sound menu.
Remote Control
If your TV no longer responds to the remote
control, perhaps the batteries are exhausted.
Replace the batteries.
Have you selected the wrong menu? Press
MENU” button to return to normal screen or
press “BACK“ button to return to the previous
menu.
No solution
Switch your TV set off and on. If this does not
work, switch off, remove the mains plug and
call the service personnel; never attempt to
repair it yourself.
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Specifications
Broadcasting Systems PAL SECAM BG, DK, I, L, Lp
Channels and VHF (VL) 46,25 MHz - 168,25 MHz
Frequencies VHF (VH) 175,25 MHz - 463,25 MHz
UHF 471,25 MHz - 863,25 MHz
Cable TV (S1-S20/ S21-S41)
Input Signal Video: Analog 0,7 Vp-p 75 ohm positive
Sync: TTL Level positive or negative, Seperate sync.
Horizontal Timing 30 - 69 KHz
Vertical Timing 50 - 75 Khz
Dot Rate 78,75 MHz max.
Panel Size 17,01” (433 mm) (measured diagonally)
Visible Picture Size 371,7 mm horizontal x 223.5 mm vertical
Display Resolution 1280 x 768 max. (WXGA)
Number of Preset Channels 100
Channel Indicator On Screen Display (OSD)
RF Aerial Output 75 Ohm (unbalanced)
Power Requirements Adaptor: 100-240 V AC, 50 Hz / TV: 12 V DC
Power Consumption (W) 56 W (max) / STAND-BY <3W
Sound Systems German , Nicam Stereo
Audio Output 2 x 5 WRMS.
(%10 THD)
EXT-1Terminal Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART 1) (bottom of the cabinet)
• Video Input, Audio L/R Inputs and RGB inputs are available.
• TV broadcast outputs (Video and Audio L/R) are available.
EXT-2Terminal Euroconnector (21-pin, SCART 2) (bottom of the cabinet)
• Video Input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input, Audio L/R and RGB inputs are available.
• Video and Audio L/R outputs are available.
• T-V Link functions are available.
EXT-3Terminal RCA connectors x 5 (bottom of the cabinet)
• Component video (Pr, Pb, Y) inputs and Audio L-R inputs are available
EXT-4Terminal RCA connectors x 3 (side of the cabinet)
S-VIDEO connector x 1 (side of the cabinet)
• Video input, S-VIDEO (Y/C) input and Audio L/R inputs are available.
AUDIO OUT Terminal RCA connectors x 3
• Audio L/R output are available.
• Subwoofer out is available.
PC IN terminal Analog RGB D-SUB 15 x 1
• PC signal is available (refer to page 30 for details of the signals which can be input)
PC AUDIO IN terminal Stereo mini-jack (3.5 mm diameter)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 465 mm x 370 mm x 200 mm
465 mm x 326 mm x 72 mm (TV only)
Weight 6,0 kg (with stand) / 5,0 kg (TV only)
Accessories Remote control unit x 1 (RM-C1860) / AA/R6 dry cell battery x 2
AC adapter x 1
Power cord x 1
Headphone jack Stereo mini-jack (3.5 mm diameter)
Item LT-17C50BU LT-17C50SU
Model
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