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  • Brand: JVC
  • Product: LED TV
  • Model/name: LT-26HG22U
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

Table of Contents

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Features
Headphone Warning
Loud music can damage your hearing irreversibly, therefore do not set the volume to a high level when
listening through headphones, particularly for extended listening periods.
Battery notice (valid in EU only)
Look after our environment - contact your local authorities for advice on how to safely dispose of exhausted
batteries.The crossed out wheelie bin symbol indicates that used batteries should not be disposed of
with your normal household waste! A separate collection system for used batteries is in place to allow the
correct treatment and recycling in accordance with current legislation. Please contact your local authority for
details on collection and recycling schemes in your area.
Information for the DVB-T function
Any function relative to the digital television (with the DVB logo) is available only within the country or area
where such signals are transmitted.Verify with the salesman if it is possible to receive a DVB-T signal in
the zone where you live.
A DVB-T antenna (not supplied) must be connected for DVB-T reception.
Even if the television conforms to the DVB-T specifications, the compatibility to future digital DVB-T
transmissions is not guaranteed.
Some digital television functions may not be available in some countries.
The DVB-T system present in this device is FTA (Free to air).
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16:9 LCD screen
LED-Backlight-Technology - It realize thin profile, low power consumption, eco-friendly Hg-less
design and high contrast picture.
On-Screen Language Display in 15 languages (English, Spanish, German, French, Italian,
Swedish, Dutch, Russian, Portuguese, Turkish, Greek, Finnish, Polish, Danish or Norwegian)
Clock function
NICAM/German A2 STEREO Hyperband cable DVB-T Combi-Tuner, MPEG 2 / MPEG 4
compatible
Electronic Progr. Guide (EPG) for DVB-T
2000 Channel position memory
Videotext – Fastext/TOPtext
Remote control
Sleep timer
COMPONENT input
Headphone Jack (for mini plug)
PC Connection (VGA) (see page 22)
HDMI-connection
Auto Power Off after 4 hours with no operation
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Equipment connected to the protective earthing of the building installation through the mains connection
or through other equipment with a connection to protective earthing – and to a cable distribution system
using coaxial cable, may in some circumstances create a fire hazard. Connection to a cable distribution
system has therefore to be provided through a device providing electrical isolation below a certain fre-
quency range.
Utstyr som er koplet til beskyttelsesjord via nettplugg og/eller via annet jordtilkoplet utstyr – og er tilkoplet
et kabel-TV nett, kan forårsake brannfare.
For å unngå dette skal det ved tilkopling av utstyret til kabel-TV nettet installeres en galvanisk isolator mel-
lom utstyret og kabel-TV nettet.
Utrustning som är kopplad till skyddsjord via jordat vägguttag och/eller via annan utrustning och samtidigt
är kopplad till kabel-TV nät kan i vissa fall medföra risk för brand.
För att undvika detta skall vid anslutning av utrustningen till kabel-TV nät galvanisk isolator finnas mellan
utrustningen och kabel-TV nätet.
Dear Customer, [European Union]
This apparatus is in conformance with the valid European directives and standards regarding
electromagnetic compatibility and electrical safety.
European representative of Victor Company of Japan, Limited is:
JVC Technical Services Europe GmbH Postfach 10 05 04
61145 Friedberg
Germany
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Contents
Features.........................................................2
Contents ........................................................3
Important safety information...........................4
Location of controls........................................7
Remote Control..............................................8
Antenna connection.....................................10
Auto setup....................................................11
Quick guide for Menu operation...................11
Selecting the input source............................12
On-screen Language Selection ...................12
Station search..............................................12
Changing the order of stored channels........12
Update Scan................................................12
Auto Synchronization...................................13
Basic Operation ...........................................13
Teletext ........................................................13
Stereo reception in analogue cable TV
channel mode..............................................14
Remarks on DVB-T system ..........................15
Password Setup (Parental lock) ...................16
EPG (Electronic Program Guide) .................16
Picture size and resolution...........................17
Picture format...............................................18
Other convenience functions .......................19
PC connection .............................................22
Connecting an HDMI or a DVI device to the
HDMI input...................................................23
Connection to other equipment....................24
Troubleshooting table...................................26
Specifications ..............................................26
* The “HD TV” Logo and “1080p” qualifier Logo are trademarks of DIGITALEUROPE.
* DVB and the DVB logos are trademarks of the DVB project.
* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks
of Dolby Laboratories.
* THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE AVC PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PER-
SONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER TO (i) ENCODE VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE
WITH THE AVC STANDARD (“AVC VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii) DECODE AVC VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED
BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS
OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER LICENSED TO PROVIDE AVC VIDEO. NO LICENSE IS
GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE
OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, L.L.C. SEE HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM
* HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks
of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.
Information for Users on Disposal of Old
Equipment and Batteries
[European Union]
These symbols indicate that the electrical and
electronic equipment and the battery with this
symbol should not
be disposed of as
general household
waste at its end-of-life.
Instead, the products
should be handed
over to the applicable
collection points
for the recycling
of electrical and
electronic equipment
as well as batteries
for proper treatment,
recovery and recycling in accordance with your
national legislation and the Directive 2002/96/EC
and 2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products correctly, you
will help to conserve natural resources and will
help to prevent potential negative effects on the
environment and human health which could
otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of these products.
For more information about collection points and
recycling of these products, please contact your
local municipal office, your household waste
disposal service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of
this waste, in accordance with national legislation.
[Business users]
If you wish to dispose of this product, please
confirm attached “KESA ELECTRICALS SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS” to obtain information about the
take-back of the product.
[Other countries outside the European Union]
These symbols are only valid in the European
Union.
If you wish to dispose of these items, please do so
in accordance with applicable national legislation or
other rules in your country for the treatment of old
electrical and electronic equipment and batteries.
Products
Battery
Notice :
The sign Pb below the symbol
for batteries indicates that this
battery contains lead.
ENGLISH
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Important safety information
This unit has been produced according to all current safety regulations.The following safety tips should safeguard
users against careless use and the dangers connected with such use.
Although this appliance has been carefully manufactured and rigorously checked prior to leaving the factory, as
with all electrical appliances it is possible for problems to develop. If you notice smoke, an excessive build-up
of heat or any other unexpected phenomena, you should disconnect the plug from the mains power socket
immediately.
Ensure that the unit is sufficiently ventilated! Never place next to or underneath curtains!
This set should be only be connected to an AC 220~240V / 50Hz mains power supply - do not attempt to
connect it to any other type of supply.
The socket-outlet must be installed near the equipment and easily accessible.
Any repairs must be carried out by qualified service personnel only.
Do not open this unit. A non-expert attempting to repair the unit could be dangerous and potentially cause a fire
hazard.
Keep away from rodents. Rodents (and also cockatiels) enjoy biting into electric flexes.
The animal can cause a short cut (fire hazard!) and receive a fatal electric shock.
Always hold plug when pulling out plug from power mains supply system. Do not pull on flex.The flex can
become overloaded and cause a short cut.
Never wet clean. Only use a damp cloth, the same as when cleaning furniture.
Do not submerge in or under water!
Set up unit so that no one is able to trip over the flex.
This unit is recommended to be installed on shock-free benches in order to avoid any danger from falling.
Take note that toddlers can pull the unit down from the table or cupboard by means of its flex. Children can hurt
themselves when doing this.
Do not use the unit near heat sources.The casing and flex could be damaged by the impact of heat.
Watch out for kiddies copying what adults do! Do not stick any objects through the vents!
The vents must remain open! No newspapers or covers should be put on the unit!
The remote control is not a toy! Toddlers could swallow the batteries. If a battery has been swallowed, please
seek out a doctor immediately.
The screen is made of glass and can break if damage is done to it. Be careful when collecting sharp-edged
glass splitters.
You could be hurt or the unit could be damaged.
If the unit is mounted on the wall, contact the shop where you purchased the unit for advice, and leave the
installation work to experts. Incomplete installation work can cause you injuries.
Taking fall-prevention measures
- If these measures are not taken, the unit can fall and you could be injured.
- Contact the shop where you purchased the unit to obtain full details of the measures.
When a TV stand is used,
- Ensure the unit is fully on the stand and placed in the centre.
- Do not leave the stand doors open.
- You could be hurt as a result of the unit falling or breaking, or your fingers being caught or jammed.Take extra
precautions if you have children.
Avoid placing the unit on any surfaces that may be subject to vibrations or shocks.
To protect the unit during a thunder storm unplug the AC power cord and disconnect the antenna. Caution: Do
not touch the antenna connector.
When you leave your home for a long period of time, unplug the AC power cord for safety reasons.
The unit becomes warm when in operation. Do not place any covers or blankets on the unit in order to prevent
overheating.The ventilation holes are not to be blocked. Do not set up near radiators. Do not place in direct
sunshine.When placing on a shelf leave 10 cm free space around the whole unit.
Make some space around TV (Correct shelf assembly).
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
Liquids spilled into the unit can cause serious damage. Switch the set OFF and disconnect the mains power
supply, then consult a qualified service person before attempting to use the unit again.
Please pay attention to the following instructions in order to avoid receiving a life-threatening electric
shock:
Protect against moisture. Never use in the bath or sauna.
Never use near a bath, shower or swimming pool.
Never use the unit if it has got wet.This can also mean condensation moisture, which occurs in the winter when
the cold unit is brought into a heated flat.Wait before operating the unit especially after it has been transported
in the winter, until the cold unit has adjusted to the room temperature.
Do not place any heavy objects on the flex. Electrical isolation could be damaged.
Never wrap insulating tape around damaged flexes or on damaged plugs.These should be repaired or replaced
by qualified service personnel.
Never use this unit if the cabinet is defective. Do not make provisional repairs if the cabinet is damaged - this
should be replaced by a new cabinet if necessary.
Unplug the unit from the mains power supply prior to the cleaning of the unit.
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Important safety information
How to attach the stand
NOTE:
• Unplug the AC cord from the AC INPUT terminal.
• Before beginning this process, assure that TV is laid on a clean, safe, and cushioned space to avoid any
damage to the unit.
• Do not touch or press the TV-screen, glass might break under pressure.
• Be sure to follow the instructions. Incorrect installation of the stand may result in the TV falling over.
1) Place the TV on its front onto a table.
2) Align the stand’s bottom-plate (supplied) as seen here.
It will fit in only one direction.
3) Hold the unit and attach the stand slowly. Finally secure the bottom-plate with 2 screws (included).
Dismantling the base
For wall mounting, the base must be dismantled.To do this, remove 3 screws (M, see page 10) from the
back.Take off the base entirely.
NOTE:
To detach the stand, perform these steps in reverse order.
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LT-19... / LT-22...
Warning (only for LT-32...)
To prevent injury, which could be expec-
ted due to an eventual fall, the TV should
be fixed to the ground according to
instruction (see below).
LT-26... / LT-32...
Pull out 2 plates (see illustration). Fix to the appropriate ground with the supplied screws.
Note:There is no liability for any damage to the ground.
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WARNING
To prevent fire, never place any type of candle or open flame
on the top or near the TV set.
Moving the unit or carrying by hand
When the unit is moved a long way, unplug the power cord and disconnect the antenna, connecting
cables and any fall-prevention apparatus.
• Moving without doing so could result in damage to the power cord, a fire, electric shocks or injuries from
dropping the unit.
Ensure that unpacking and transfer of the unit is carried out by two or more people and that the unit
stays upright when doing this.
When the TV stand has casters, remove caster cups from the stand and push it while supporting the
unit.
• Ensure that you support the unit when the stand is pushed, as this can cause the unit to fall and you could
be injured.
• The appliance could leave indentations in wooden tables with extremely soft wooden surfaces due to its
heavy weight.
• Furniture polish could corrode and dissolve rubber feet. Black imprints could be visible on the table.You
should therefore only use TV benches, which have been constructed for this specific purpose.
Secure the casters when the unit is installed on a TV stand with casters.
• The stand can move and you could be hurt if the casters are not secured.
Remove casters when the stand is placed on a soft surface such as a mat and carpet.
The distance between eyes and the screen should be about 3 ~ 4 times as long as height of the screen.
• Viewing from too close a distance can cause strain for your eyes.
When installing the Monitor on a table, be careful not to place the edge of its stand.
• This may cause the Monitor to fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the
Monitor.
Possible Adverse Effects on LCD Screen: If a fixed (non-moving) pattern remains on the LCD screen for long
periods of time, the image can become permanently engrained in the LCD TV panel and cause subtle but perma-
nent ghost images.This type of damage is NOT COVERED BY YOUR WARRANTY. Never leave your TV on for
long periods of time while it is displaying the following formats or images:
• Fixed Images, such as stock tickers, video game patterns, TV station logos, and websites.
• SpecialFormatsthatdonotusetheentirescreen.Forexample,viewingletterboxstyle(16:9)mediaonanormal
(4:3) display (Black bars at top and bottom of screen); or viewing normal style (4:3) media on a widescreen
(16:9) display (Black bars on left and right sides of screen).
Attention!
Cleaning instructions for your LCD TV.
Safety note:
Before you start to clean, switch the set’s power off completely and disconnect the plug from the mains power supply.
Be careful not to scratch the plastic coated front panel - it is highly vulnerable to accidental scratching (e.g. by
fingernails or other sharp items). (While cleaning, do not wear jewelry) that could cause surface scratching (such
as rings, wrist-watch, etc.). Use a lint-free cloth and pure water to clean with, but make sure the cloth is thoroughly
wrung out so that it is just damp and not soaking wet - also make sure that the cloth is free from any dirt that could
cause scratching to the surface.
Wipe the set clean using minimal pressure.
Do not use standard window cleaning fluid. Its alcohol / ammonia will dissolve the front window’s coating.
Never use solvent or thinner. Never use special cleaners which are designed for cleaning PC Monitors or CRT TVs.
Finally carefully rub dry with a clean dry lint-free cloth.
Do not use paper towels or tissues to clean the set - paper can disintegrate when wet or may leave a trail of dust
behind. Some paper can also be abrasive and scratch your screen.
Saving electricity
The high energy consumption during operation is reached only with maximal brightness of the display light. Maxi-
mal brightness is only necessary in a daylight environment in order to get a luminous and full of contrast picture.
With less light in the environment, e.g. in the evening, the picture already can be too bright and might dazzle.The
brightness of the display light can be reduced to the desired value in the menu Backlight (see p. 19). If the Backlight
is set to a smaller value you can save up to 30 % of energy.
If there is set DBC (Dynamic Backlight Control) (see p. 19), the brightness of the display light changes depending on
the video signal.The energy consumption changes with the brightness of the video scenes. Darker scenes consume
less energy than bright scenes.Thus in average one gets less energy consumption with switched on DBC.
Note:
Maximal contrast values are reached only with a maximal setting of Backlight.
The biggest energy saving effect is reached with minimal setting of Background.
With dimmed display light as well as with turned on DBC one can hear a low humming sound on technical
reasons.This is normal and no reason to worry about.There is no production fault because of that. If the low
humming in exceptional cases should disturb in an extremely quiet environment, reset the value of Backlight to
the factory setting and turn off the DBC.
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Location of controls
Description of Indicators and Controls
1. Remote sensor
2. (Standby/On) indicator: The LED indicator lights up red in standby mode, and blue in the power
ON mode.
3. Loudspeakers
4. (Power)-button: Preparation: Connect power-cable to AC220~240V/50Hz. (LT-32...: turn on mains
switch (9).)
a) If standby-LED is red, you may power-off.To power-off, press power-button 1x and release.
For confirmation, standby-LED will change to dark. Power-on by remote control is not available.
b) If standby-LED is off, you may power-on.To power-on, press power-button 1x and release.
For confirmation, standby-LED will change to blue.
5. TV/AV/PC/ENTER button: Select input mode for TV/AV/COMPONENT/HDMI/PC. In Menu : Using as
ENTER button.
6. MENU button: To display the menu screen.
7. / /▲/▼ buttons: Press to change to a higher numbered channel set into memory. Press to
change to a lower numbered channel set into memory. In Menu: Setting.
8. +/–/◀/▶ buttons / In Menu: Setting.
9. Mains switch (LT-32...) toggle switch on underside. Switch on/off power supply completely.
For complete disconnection from the mains power supply, remove the supplied power cable from the
socket.
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Remote Control
Function Page
Enter standby mode or turn on the power 11
Display program information 13
Select channel
Select Teletext page
Enter password
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Select an input source 12
Select picture format 18
Display the EPG (Electronic Progr. Guide) 16
Turn the sound on/off 13
Activate menu 11
Exit the menu screen
Volume
Change the TV channel or Teletext page up
or down
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Cursor buttons
Memorize
Channel List 13
Select between the available broadcast
audio
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Teletext ON / TV+Text / OFF 14
Switches between the present channel and
the last selected channel
Sub Page selection
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Reveal quiz page answers 14
Display the subtitle
Still picture
Hold the text page
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Teletext enlargement 14
Fastext/TOPtext buttons 13
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Remote Control
Install the batteries
Use batteries type UM3 (AA-Size).
Do not use old or weak batteries.The remote control may not work properly with a weak voltage from such
batteries. Replace exhausted batteries with new ones. Never try to recharge normal batteries - this could
cause an explosion.
Note:
Exhausted batteries can leak corrosive electrolyte, which may cause damage to the remote
control - therefore remove exhausted batteries immediately.
Batteries should not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
1 Open the battery
compartment. 2 Install the batteries as shown
below, ensuring the correct
polarity.
3 Close the battery
compartment.
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The remote control handset will not work properly in the following cases:
a) If bright sunlight directly beams onto the unit front. b) If an obstacle is placed between the unit and the
handset.
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c) If the batteries have not been installed
according to their polarities.
d) If the batteries are weak.
Distance of Remote Control Operation
Transmitter window
Maximum distance approx. 5m
Remote sensor
Point the remote control
directly at the remote sensor.
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CAM
Antenna connection
Note: Before you connect other appliances:
To avoid potentially damaging your set, make sure all items are switched off and disconnected from the
mains power when you make the connections.
Arrange the desired connection.
When you have finished making the connections, reconnect the mains power to the unit and switch it
back on.
Connect your antenna as shown below (A). Connections to other equipment is explained further on
P.24, 25. If you have problems with reception, consult a specialist of antenna.
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(A) DVB-T antenna:
Connect a DVB-T
antenna if DVB-T is
already available in
your transmission
area. Or connect to
an analogue cable
connection.
The built-in tuner
receives all analogue
cable programmes and
DVB-T channels.
(B) LT-19.../LT-22...: AV2 /
LT-26.../LT-32...: AV3
input: Input for
analogue AV-Signal
(Composite) See P.25.
(C) DIGITAL AUDIO
COAXIAL output:
Digital output for DVB-T
sound (see page 25).
(D) COMPONENT input:
See P.25.
(E) C.I. slot: for DVB-
T-PayTV (if PayTV-
provider supports this)
(F) HDMI input
(LT-19.../LT-22...:
HDMI/DVI / LT-26...:
HDMI/DVI1, HDMI2 /
LT-32...: HDMI/DVI1,
HDMI2/3) :
See P.23.
(G) HEADPHONE jack:
Plug headphones with
a mini plug (3.5 mm)
into this jack.
(H) PC-INPUT (PC):
See P.22.
(I) PC/DVI AUDIO input:
See P.22, 23.
Back Side LT-19.../LT-22...
(K) (M)
(A)
(H)
(I)
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(F) LT-32...
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(J) SCART socket (LT-19.../LT-22...: AV1 / LT-26.../LT-32...: AV1/AV2): For the connection of SCART cables.
AV1:Transmits RGB, S-Video and CVBS in, and CVBS tuner out.
AV2:Transmits S-Video or CVBS in, and CVBS monitor out. See P.24, 25.
(K) Power supply: Connect the supplied power cable to an AC 220-240V/50Hz mains power supply only - do
not attempt to connect it to any other type of supply. Never try to repair a damaged AC power cord with
isolation-tape - this should be repaired by a specialist or replaced. Do not let your pet loose near the cable.
Animals biting into the cable could receive a fatal electric shock, and could cause a hazard to others.
(L) Bracket holes: Fix a wall mounting bracket (not supplied) here.
(M) To hang the television on a wall, remove these screws and then remove a stand.
Before performing work spread cushioning over the base area to lay the TV on.
(N) Service connector cover: Please do not open this cover.There is a socket only for service purpose inside.
Back Side LT-26.../LT-32...
(N)
(N)
(N) LT-26...
(N)
(N) LT-32...
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Auto setup
The built-in tuner allows to receive TV-channels
from analog cable-tv or DVB-T. If, however, you are
receiving TV-channels via separate receiver, no need
to run the TV’s auto-tuning. Just set your language
here and then jump to next chapter.
When initially operating the TV after purchase, the
menu:‘Auto Installation’ will appear automatically by
default. Do start ‘Auto Installation’ by connect DVB-T
antenna-cable, if available.Wait for the TV to save all
digital TV-channels.When finished, disconnect digital
cable-tv. Now connecting analog cable-tv, if available.
Re-run auto-tuning for analog tv-channels (see page
12, update scan).
Note: If analog cable-tv is not available (or you
discontinued using), do connect a DVB-T-antenna (not
supplied) and start auto-tuning for DVB-T-channels.
Preparation:
Press (Power) on the unit or press (On/Standby) on
the remote.
1 Auto Installation menu will appear.
Press or to select desired language.
Then press .
Auto Installation Language
Français
English
Deutsch
Please select your language
then press “ENTER”
on your remote control:
2 Press or to select your country.
Then press .
Country
France
UK
Germany
Auto Installation
Please select your country
then press “ENTER”
on your remote control:
3 Press or to select Home.
Then press .
TV Location
Home
Store
Auto Installation
Please select where the TV will be
placed.
The picture will be optimized for
that location.
4 If you cancel Auto Power Off (see page 20),
press or to select Off.Then press .
Auto Power Off
On
Off
Auto Installation
Your TV has been set to power off
after 4 hours of continuous viewing.
If you want to change this setting,
please choose Off.
This setting can also be changed in
the MENU.
5 TV will search for Digital TV-channels at first.
Connect your DVB-T antenna now.
Continue with ENTER to start auto tuning.
The tuning’s progress will be displayed in
percent for confirmation.
Channel Scan
Scan
Auto Installation
TV will search for Digital CH,
please connect aerial(RF) lead.
Press [ENTER] to start.
If you skip this step,
it can be installed at a later stage
in the MENU.
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Note:
Please be patient - the Auto Tuning process
can take several minutes to complete.
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6 When the tuning for Digital TV-channels is
completed, you will be asked if you want
to proceed to autotuning for Analog TV-
channels. If you wish to start autotune Analog
TV-channels, connect your Analog cable-TV
antenna and press ENTER.
Note:
If you do not wish to carry out the autotuning for
Analog TV-channels, press RETURN to exit the menu.
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Channel Scan
Scan
Auto Installation
TV will search for Analogue CH,
please connect aerial(RF) lead.
Press [ENTER] to start.
If you skip this step,
it can be installed at a later stage
in the MENU.
100%
7 When the display reads 100%, press ENTER
to finish.
Note:
To cancel the auto tuning, press RETURN during the
process.
THE AUTOMATIC TUNING PROCESS WILL
ONLY START BY ITSELF THE FIRST TIME YOU
SWITCH THE SET ON. HOWEVER YOU CAN
RESTART THIS PROCESS VIA THE MENU
SYSTEM (see page 12).
It is important to enter “Deutsch” in Step 1 and
“Deutschland” in Step 2 for correct operation of
the appliance in Germany.
If you could not set up a correct pair of language and
country in this auto setup process, you will be able to
make your preferred language selection as illustrated in
page 12 (On-screen Language Selection).
Quick guide for Menu operation
Make sure the antenna connection and power
supply are connected as per the description on
previous page.
Preparations:
Turn on the unit with the (Power) button on the unit.
The (On/Standby) indicator will light up in blue.
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Call Menu and for example: Select Auto Scan.
1 Press INPUT SELECT. Select TV. Press MENU.
2 Press or to select then press .
3 Press or to select Channel Set Up, then press .
Audio
Picture
Setup
O i
Country
Audio Language
Audio Language 2nd
Channel Set Up
UK
English
English
If the channel which Channel Block (P.16) was set
exits, password entering screen will appear.Then
enter the password.
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4 Press or to select Auto Scan.
Audio
Picture
Setup
Auto Scan
Update Scan
Channel Skip
Channel Sort
... on the following pages the MENU can be
called in the same way as here.
5 Press MENU to exit the menu.
Note:
If no buttons are pressed for more than approx. 60
seconds, the Menu screen disappears automatically.
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Selecting the input source
Press INPUT SELECT to view a signal from
another device connected to your TV, such as a
VCR or DVD player.You can select each input
source depending on which input jacks you used to
connect your devices.
To select the video input source, press INPUT
SELECT or / .
Then press ENTER within 6 seconds.
On-screen Language Selection
1 Select (unless you have already selected
when the set was first switched on) then press
.
Audio
Picture
Setup
Option
Lock
OSD Language
Power Management
Power On LED
Time Setup
Subtitle
Teletext
Common Interface
Reset TV Setting
English
Off
On
2 Press or to select the desired language.
3 Press MENU to exit the menu.
Station search
Warning! All previously saved channels are
deleted in Step 2. A new channel search then
starts automatically.
Preparation:
Make sure your antenna is connected to the antenna input
(see P.10). Select TV (see above).Then press MENU.
1 Select Channel Set Up option in , then
press .
2 Select Auto Scan, then press .
Auto Scan
Update Scan
Channel Skip
Channel Sort
Channel Edit
Fine
Signal Status
3 TV will search for Digital TV-channels at first.
Continue with ENTER to start auto tuning.
Start
Note:
Press RETURN if you return to step 2.
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4 The automatic scanning will search for
available Digital TV-channels and should store
the channels in the correct order.
5 When all DVB-T programs have been stored
(100%), you will be asked if you want to
proceed to autotuning Analog TV-channels.
If you wish to start the tuning Analog cable-
TV channels. connect your Analog cable-TV
antenna and press ENTER.
TV will search for Analogue CH,
please connect aerial(RF) lead.
Then press “ENTER”.
100%
Note:
Press RETURN x 2 if you return to step 2.
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6 When all programs have been stored (100%),
press MENU to exit the menu.
Changing the order of stored channels
The Automatic station presetting stores the
stations in a specific order. However, this order
can be changed if you wish.
1 Press MENU. Select Channel Set Up option in
, then press .
2 Select desired option, then press .
Auto Scan
Update Scan
Channel Skip
Channel Sort
Channel Edit
Fine
Description about the each setting option:
Channel Skip: Press or to select the channel that you
want to skip, then press ENTER. mark will appear.
Channel Sort: Press or to select the channel that you
want to move, then press ENTER.
Press or to select the position that you want to move
the channel to, then press ENTER.
Channel Edit: Press or to select the channel that you
want to edit, then press ENTER.
Following options are displayed.
- Channel Number: Press 0-9 buttons to enter
the desired memory position number, then press
ENTER.
- Frequency (only for analogue TV): You can also
directly enter the frequency value with Number
buttons (0-9), then press ENTER.
- Colour system (only for analogue TV): Colour
System has already been preset to Auto.
Do not change anything here. Any changes can
cause picture or sound disruption.
- Sound system (only for analogue TV): The
correct sound system is already installed. Any
changes can cause sound disruption.
Fine (only for analogue TV): Already correctly and
optimally installed. Do not change anything here. Any
changes can cause picture or sound disruption.The video
can also be affected.
Signal Status (only for digital TV):You can verify the
signal strength and quality of the selected service here. If
necessary, adjust the direction of the antenna to obtain the
maximum signal strength.
3 Press MENU to exit the menu.
Update Scan
If you wish to search and store only new channel,
perform the Update Scan at step 2 of Station
search (on the left). The current channel store is
remained and only new channel will be stored to
channel store.
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Channel selection
With the numbered buttons.
Example:
No. 2: Press 0 and within 2 seconds, press 2.
No. 29: Press 2 and within 2 seconds, press 9.
No. 929: Press 9, 2, 9 same as above.
Press P + or – to change up or down a channel.This
takes approx. 2 seconds. If the auto search only stored
5 stations, only these 5 will appear. Skipped channels
will not appear (see P.12).
Channel List
The Channel List shows a list of all receivable
programmes.
Press CH LIST to display the Channel List.
Press or to select the desired channel.
Press CH LIST to display the selected channel.
If you press CH LIST again, the Channel Details will
appear.
Information display
Press .The program information will appear for
approx. 4 seconds.
The following figure is an example of DVB-channel
reception.
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Basic Operation
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English
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12
16
14
15
13
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QuickView
button allows you to go back to the last selected
TV channel.
Even in external input mode, it will go back to the
last selected TV channel.
MUTING
Press .The sound will be cut off.
The muting can be released by pressing again or
+ or –.
Still picture
Press FREEZE to make a still picture.To cancel the
still picture, press FREEZE again.
Note:
The still picture function is available only for ATV/DTV-
input mode.
During still picture mode, PICTURE SIZE feature is not
available. (still picture mode will be canceled)
Note:
If the built-in tuner does not receive anything (e.g. if no
antenna is connected) during TV-operation, then the TV-
unit will change to standby after approx. 15 minutes.
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1. Channel Name
2. Lock status
3.Visual Impaired Audio
4. DVB Teletext available
5. DVB Subtitle available
6. Subtitle Language
7. Audio Language
8. Audio Format
9.Video Format
10. Channel Number
11. There are more than 2 pages.
12. Program Detail
13. Next Program Duration
14. Parental Rating
15. Program Duration
16. Program Title
Auto Synchronization
This feature can display the time based on the
DVB signal information.
If you wish to set the time manually, select
“Off” as follows and then perform the Date and
Time options.
1 Select /Time Setup/Time/Auto
Synchronization.
2 Then press or to select Off.
3 Press to select Date, then enter the date
with 0-9 buttons.
Auto Synchronization
Date
Time
Off
2010/10/21
01:01:39
Timer
Power On Timer
Power Off Timer
Off
00:00:00
00:00:00
4 Then press . Enter the Time same as above.
5 Press MENU to exit the menu.
Teletext
Teletext is sent page by page.This unit is able to
automatically store up to 1000 pages, but they can
only be accessed once they have been stored.This
can take a few moments.
The TELETEXT menu allows the installation of
the teletext language.
The languages displayed are only those
supported by the channel. In Germany this is
usually GERMAN.
Fastext/TOPtext
The Fastext/TOPtext is teletext with a special
directory.
On the lower part of the screen there are four
different coloured fields (red, green, yellow and
blue).These fields lead directly to the pages
shown within.The coloured buttons on the remote
control correspond to the coloured fields. Press the
appropriate coloured button in order to activate the
desired colour field.
Note:
If the current watching DVB-channel has more
than one audio language or subtitle language,
you can change them by each pressing of
AUDIO I/II or .
Some DVB-broadcasts may not provide subtitle
language service.
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The following types of broadcast are possible
with NICAM transmissions
You can see the each signal type in the information
display (P.13) when you press or change a
channel
Nicam Stereo broadcast signal
Nicam Stereo
576i SD
902
Nicam Mono broadcast signal
Nicam Mono
576i SD
902
Nicam Dual1 broadcast signal
Nicam Dual1
576i SD
902
Nicam Dual2 broadcast signal
Nicam Dual2
576i SD
902
German A2 stereo broadcast signal
Stereo
576i SD
902
When 2-channel sound reception is available,
you can select your preferred audio with the
AUDIO I/II button.
Each time you press AUDIO I/II, the sound channel
will switch to the alternative channel available.
NICAM 2-channel sound reception (not
available in Germany)
Nicam Dual 1
576i SD
905
Nicam Dual 2
576i SD
905
2-channel sound reception in Germany
Dual 1
576i SD
905
Dual 2
576i SD
905
Note:
In case of bad reception, the stereo sound also can be
disturbed.
The broadcast sound type may not be saved if Power
off.
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Stereo reception in analogue cable
TV channel mode
Switch on / off Teletext
Teletext is not transmitted by all channels.
Select a channel that shows teletext.
Press .You will now see a teletext page.
(If “100” is shown without any text information, it
may mean that the channel you have selected does
not support teletext.)
Press again.The TV-screen will be split into two
and both Teletext information and actual broadcast
will be displayed at the same time.
Press again in order to switch off teletext.
Press again in order to switch on teletext again.
The last page which was stored is now shown.
Note:
You cannot select any other channels as long as
teletext is switched on. Switch teletext off when
you want to switch over to another channel.
Select Page
Press P + or – until the page you desire appears. Or
... enter the requested page number by using the 10
Number Buttons.
And if you mistype something, just enter the complete
3-digit wrong page number then enter the desired
number again. Or ... press one of the coloured
teletext buttons so that a page from Fastext/TOPtext
is shown.
Note:
In the right upper corner you will, for example,
see 1/2.That means that page has 2 types of
text page - e.g.: 1/2 is English page and 2/2 is
German page.You can alternate the 1/2 page
and 2/2 page by the setting of Digital Teletext
Language option. (see page 21)
Hold Pages
Some pages are divided up into subpages by the
channel.
Subpages are automatically shown in turn, as they
are transmitted. In order to hold the page, press .
Press again in order to display the next subpage.
Directly Select Subpages
You can directly select the subpages if required.
Example:
Page 128 from ARD (German teletext) comprises of
2 subpages.
Press in order to select subpage 2. 4 asterisks
(S ) are shown. Enter 0 0 0 2. It can take a
minute before subpage 0002 appears.
Press again in order to switch off the subpage
feature.
You can only select other teletext pages when the
subpage feature is switched off.
Enlargement
In order to enlarge the display, press .
Either the upper or lower half of the screen is
enlarged.
Each time you press you switch between the
display of the upper or lower half of the screen or
the full picture.
Answering Quiz Questions
Some pages contain quiz questions with concealed
answers.
Press in order to show the answers.
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Remarks on DVB-T system
DVB-T is at present still being developed.You can get information regarding the current stage of development
on http://www.ueberall-tv.de or from your specialist retailer.
As a digital service DVB-T basically works differently to previous analogue TV reception.
Reception Possibilities:
In contrast to cable TV, DVB-T is received via room or roof antennas.A room antenna is sufficient for reception
within the reception area of a DVB-T transmitter. A roof antenna may perhaps be necessary for reception in a
fringe area. Existing roof antennas may have to be turned in a different direction.
Contact your specialist retailer or go to http://www.ueberall-tv.de to find out about the location of the reception
areas or fringe areas.You cannot get DVB-T reception outside the fringe area.Ask a certified antenna specialist
for advice on interference with reception.The tuner of this appliance cannot provide active room antennas with
operating voltage. Active room antennas have to be equipped with a separate power supply.
Reception Quality:
DVB-T reception principally either works really well or not at all.There is not a smooth transition with a constant
reduction in reception quality. Digital interference occurs at maximum reception range:
the image freezes, the picture becomes blocky, the sound breaks up or reception cuts out altogether at times.If
you notice interference with DVB-T reception then this is usually not due to a fault on the TV appliance.Please
contact an antenna specialist if you have interference with reception.Inspection of the quality of DVB-T reception
is not included in the free warranty to be provided by the manufacturer of the TV appliance.
Image and Sound Quality:
An individual transmitter transmits up to 4TV channels on one transmission frequency.This is possible through
compression in accordance with the MPEG standard, which is similar to digital data storage on a DVD. The
data rate of DVB-T is just a lot lower; at present the max.video bit rate is approx.4Mbps and the max.audio bit
rate is at 256kbps.Visible interference (e.g.blocky picture) can result at extremely low data rates despite there
being excellent reception quality within vicinity of the transmitter. Blocky pictures are no fault of the receiver.
They are the result of the low data rate transmitted.The digital DVB-T sound can be transmitted to the digital
amplifier via the digital output of your TV set.
Image Format
Images are transmitted in 4:3 format, 4:3 letterbox format (with black bars above and below the picture) and
anamorphic 16:9 format (without black bars).The max. transmitted resolution at present is 704x576.
Encryption
Encryption is basically possible, but no DVB-T channels are as yet encrypted. A CAM module and an access
card are necessary to receive encrypted channels.You can get CAM modules from your specialist retailer and
access cards from the respective broadcasting company.The CI slot in this appliance accepts CAM modules
and therefore allows for the reception of encrypted channels. Please note: Pay TV providers are basically free
to choose their encryption system. Although this TV set is manufactured according to DVB standards, it can
be that a set-top box is nevertheless required to receive the desired pay TV channels. These are available
from the pay TV provider.
Child Lock
Like DVDs, DVB-T offers can also provide age-restricted access. At the moment, no channels are equipped
with this restriction.This appliance does, however, already offer the feature of setting up password protected
age restrictions, which only work when the respective programmes are broadcast.
EPG (Electronic Program Guide)
EPG is part of the DVB-T-signal with 8-days-schedule. This TV can receive and display the EPG-information
included into DVB-T.This TV’s EPG-Decoder will not work with cable- and Satellite-TV.
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Password Setup (Parental lock)
Parental lock is a function of the channel
provider. If it is not supported by the channel,
parental lock is without function. Currently there
are no channels supporting parental lock.
1 Press MENU. Select then press .
2 ‘Password’ will appear. Press ‘0 0 0 0’ using
the Number buttons (0-9). (This is the default
password.)
3 Select the desired option, then press .
Channel Block: Press or to select the
channel that you want to lock, then press
ENTER. will appear.
Program Block: Press or to select desired
parental rating.
Change Password: Enter your chosen new
password with Number Buttons (be sure to
remember this password). After you have
entered the new password, you need to enter
the same password again for confirmation.
4 Press RETURN several times to return to the
normal screen.
While toggling between channels, if a service which
has a parental rating (higher than your setting) is
selected, the channel will be locked. Press ENTER
to enter the password entering screen.Then enter
the password to view that channel. If the channel
you are currently watching supports a parental
rating then the rating will also be displayed in the
Channel information display (see page 13).
EPG (Electronic Program Guide)
The Guide menu shows the available
programme listings for the next 8 days only,
including today.
1 Press GUIDE (EPG) to display the Guide menu.
Service list :
Lists all the services that are currently available.
As you scroll through the service list by
pressing or , the Event list will be refreshed
accordingly.To scroll through the service list
page by page, press Red or Green button.
Events list :
List the events in a grid of rows.
Press to enter the Events list.You can press
or to navigate through the rest of the events.
You can easily move to the Previous day or
Next day in the Events List by pressing Red
or Green button (the date of the programme
information you are currently viewing is shown
in the top left hand corner).
2 From within the Events list, you can open
the Event detail for the currently highlighted
programme by pressing Yellow.
The Event detail shows the extended event
description of an event.
To return to the Events list, press Yellow.
To clear the menu screen, press ENTER or
RETURN.
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Resolution and picture quality
Broadcast wide screen films in different resolutions.The following table shows the resolution options for
wide screen film broadcast media.
Broadcast media
Resolution of the wide
screen signal
Analogue
cable TV
Digital
cable TV
DVB-T Satellite
(DVB-S)
DVD HDTV
Satellite
(DVB-S2)
Blu-ray-
Disc
432i x 704 (Letterbox) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
576i x 704 (anamorphic) No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
720 x 1280 (HD) No Yes* No No No Yes Yes
1080i x 1920 (HD) No Yes* No No No Yes Yes
Picture quality and black bars
Wide screen films come in different formats.The format is the relationship
between the width and height of the picture. For example, with a 16:9 film
the width to height ratio is 16:9 or 1.78:1. Only 16:9 films can fill a HD-
ready screen without black bars.Therefore, black bars are always visible
when a format other than 16:9 is received. E.g. 4:3, A 4:3 displays vertical
black bars to the right and left.
If a 4:3 picture is increased to 16:9 format then it either appears distorted
(see illustration) or some parts of the picture are cropped off at the top and
the bottom.This is completely normal and is not a fault in the wide screen
TV.
Super Cinemascope films are wider than 16:9 films.They are in the format
2.4:1 or 22:9, for example.This is clearly wider than16:9.Therefore, Super
Cinemascope films display black bars at the top and bottom on any HD-
ready TV set.
Picture format and resolution
There is no connection between the picture format and the resolution received. For example, the Super
Cinemascope format can be received in all resolutions, even in the HD resolution1080ix1920. For HDTV
reception too an HD-ready set may display black bars at the top and bottom.
4:3 picture 1:1 on
16:9 screen
4:3 picture zoomed on
16:9 screen
Picture size and resolution
* Digital Cable receiver with HDMI output required.
Best picture quality is achieved when the input signal has a resolution of 1920 x 1080i. If a signal with a lower
resolution is input (e.g. analogue cable TV), there is a visibly poorer picture quality.
This is understandable as, if the same picture quality were available at a lower resolution, the broadcasting
companies would not need to take the trouble to send the signal at the higher resolution.
Why are there different resolutions?
Analogue cable TV uses a standardised TV signal. Each analogue tube TV, however old it is, can process this
signal.That is the advantage of standardisation.The disadvantage is that the resolution has not changed since
the end of the SecondWorldWar.The resolution has been max.576i x 768, or approx.0.4 megapixels, for over
60 years. In comparison, modern cameras typically have a resolution of 12 megapixels, e.g. 4000 x 3000.
Why do cameras have high resolutions of 12 megapixels and more?
Photos are for printing. 0.4 megapixels are far too few for a good A4 picture. Even the most expensive printer
cannot make a good A4 picture from 0.4 megapixels.
For the same reason HD-TV sets cannot display a good picture from the signal of an analogue cable TV. 16:9
programmes have black frames. The resolution is only 432 x 704. That corresponds to 0.3 megapixels – far
too few for HD-TV sets!
Digital cable TVs show 16:9 programmes without black frames.Vertical resolution is increased from 432 lines
to 576 lines. This alone already gives a visible picture improvement. A digital cable receiver is necessary for
receiving digital cable TV. Please ask your cable provider.
A digital cable receiver with HDMI output allows HD-TV reception of the optimum HD signal at a resolution of
1920 x 1080i.
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Picture Size
The required picture format can be set by pressing
the PICTURE SIZE button. Press PICTURE SIZE
until the required format is displayed.
You move through the following formats when you
press the button: Auto, 4:3, 16:9, 14:9, Cinema, Real
(HDMI/DTV mode only).
Auto
The picture is automatically only then shown in
a format-filling display when a WSS-TV signal is
received.
Example:
If the analogue tuner receives a letterbox image with
WSS signal then the resulting image looks like this:
WSS:
Public broadcasters include 16:9 identification,
the WSS signal (WideScreenSignalling), during
transmission in order to ensure automatic conversion
to 16:9.
Most private broadcasters do not transmit a WSS
signal.Their16:9filmsarealwaysbroadcastinletterbox
format.Automatic does not recognise anything without
WSS signal and does not automatically alter the
picture size.Use the PICTURE SIZE button to set the
required picture size for private channels.
illustration 1:
Letterbox image is increased
Other formats
Press PICTURE SIZE until the desired size is
reached.
4:3
The picture is displayed in 4:3
format with black bars to the
right and left.
16:9
The width of the picture will be zoomed evenly.
16:9 is particularly suitable for DVD players, DVB-T,
DVB-C and satellite receivers, which can transmit
and show 16:9 feature films without black bars. In
the set-up menu of the set, adjust it to show that a
16:9 TV set is connected.
14:9
The picture is increased somewhat but not up to the
full screen width. Black bars remain on the right and
left and also at the top and bottom.
Cinema
Use Cinema to increase a small 4:3 letterbox signal.
How do you recognise whether the broadcasting
station / the set operating is using a 4:3 letterbox
signal that is too low? Press the PICTURE SIZE
button on the remote control until the 4:3 format
appears. If the picture is surrounded by a black
border as in the illustration, this is a 4:3 letterbox
signal. Limited by the broadcasting station / the
set operating, this signal is much too low for a
16:9 HD screen. Cinema increases this picture
that is too small as far as possible. Natural visible
poor focus emerges, rather as if a postcard were
being increased to poster size.This unfocused
appearance is conditioned by input signals that are
too low and is in no way a production fault in this TV
set.
4:3 Letterbox picture increased to Cinema format.
Real (HDMI/DTV mode only)
All images are displayed on the
TV screen of 16:9 ratio without
overscanning.
Note:
In PC mode, the picture size feature is available only for
16:9- or 4:3- format.
External receivers can automatically adjust the picture
size via a SCART cable. Please read the instructions for
the external receiver.
If you select Real, the image might become a horizontal
expansion according to the signal format.
In this case, select an appropriate aspect with
PICTURE SIZE.
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Picture format
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Other convenience functions
You can change the default settings to convenience use.
Selected Items Setup hint
Picture Preference
Memory Your personal preferences
Sport Bright and dynamic picture (factory-set)
Standard Standard picture quality (factory-set)
Movie Movie-like picture setting (factory-set)
Brightness / Contrast / Colour / Tint / Sharpness You can adjust the picture to your preference.
Colour Temperature Bluish (Cool) / Neutral (Medium) / Reddish (Warm) /
Memory.
Adjust R Gain, G Gain and B Gain.
Advanced Settings
DNR Sometimes it is not possible to input a high-quality
HD signal.The actual signal input is too small and
noisy, e.g. a video film in letterbox format, or a noisy
analogue cable TV signal. DNR can slightly reduce
interferences caused by the faulty input signal.
Low / Medium / High /
Off
Blue Back You can set the TV to automatically change to a blue
screen and mute the sound if the signal is weak or
absent.
On / Off
Backlight You can use the Backlight feature to adjust the screen
brightness for improved picture clarity.
HDMI Mode See page 23.
DBC Use this feature to change the Backlight automatically
according to the brightness of an image.The Backlight
will become bright in a bright scene, and will become
dark in a dark scene.
In DBC On mode, Backlight option is not available.
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On / Off
PC See page 22.
Reset Select “Reset” to reset Picture Preference, Brightness,
Contrast, Colour, Tint, Sharpness, Colour Temperature
and Backlight to the factory preset values.
Balance / Bass / Treble You can adjust the sound quality to your preference.
Surround The Surround feature processes the audio signal to
expand the listening field wider and deeper to create a
'pseudo surround-sound' from the TV's speakers.
The feature works with stereo signals from TV
broadcast or AV input.
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On / Off
Equalizer You can change the characteristic of audio frequency.
Off / Rock / Pop / Live / Dance /
Techno / Classic / Soft
Speaker (LT-26.../LT-32...) You can set the audio output from speaker to “On” or
“Off”.
On / Off
Audio Description Setting You can set the output audio of Visual Impaired Audio.
This option is available, when the Audio Description
setting is “On” only. Press to enter the following
options.
Audio Description You can set the Visual Impaired Audio.Visual Impaired
Audio is verbal narration inserted to explain detailed
scene in parallel with normal audio for people with
visual impairment.
When the Audio Description is "On", is displayed
on the Information display (see page 13), if the
signal with Visual Impaired Audio is received.
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On / Off
Volume You can adjust the audio volume of Visual Impaired
audio.
Reset Select “Reset” to reset Balance, Bass, Treble to the
factory preset values.
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Other convenience functions
Selected Items Setup hint
Country Set the country where you use this product.
Audio Language Select preferred audio language, if the current
watching DTV channel has more than one audio
language.
This option is not available for ATV channel.
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Audio Language 2nd Select second preferred audio language, if the current
watching DTV channel does not have the language
set in Audio Language option above. If the Audio
Language 2nd set here is not transmitted in the
channel, the first displayed audio language in channel
information is automatically selected.
This option is not available for ATV channel.
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Channel Set Up See page 12.
OSD Language See page 12.
Power Management This feature controls the power management. If a
period of time is elapsed with no video signal in PC
mode, the power status is changed to stand by mode
automatically.When there is available video signal
again, the power status is returned to power on mode
automatically.
On / Off
Power On LED To cancel the lighting of indicator (P.7 (2)) during
operation, set to “Off”.
On / Off
Time Setup
Time Zone If the time displayed on the Channel Information
differs from the actual time, adjust the time offset until
the correct time zone is shown.
Normally, this would be done by selecting “Auto”.
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Time
Auto Synchronization See page 13.
Date
Time
Timer To activate or deactivate the Power On Timer and
Power Off Timer.
Both On/Power
On Timer/Power
Off Timer/Off
Power On Timer Set the timer using / and Number buttons (0-9).
Power Off Timer
Sleep Timer Sleep timer switches the TV to standby after a defined
period of time.
To cancel the Sleep Timer, set to “Off”.
Off
10~120 Minutes
Auto Power Off When the Set and Remote key operation are not
operated with specified period by this setting(1/2/4
Hours), the power status is changed to stand by mode
automatically.
Off / 1 Hour / 2 Hours /
4 Hours
AV Input (LT-19.../LT-22...: AV1 Input)
AV1 Input (LT-26.../LT-32...)
AV2 Input
Only shown in AV-mode.
Auto Factory setting, normally OK.
RGB (only for AV1 input) when RGB is input.
CVBS when Composite is input.
S-Video When S-Video is input.
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Selected Items Setup hint
Subtitle
Analog Subtitle If the receiving analog signal has the Teletext subtitle
page, it displays the Teletext subtitle.
On / Off
Digital Subtitle Language Select preferred subtitle language, if the current
watching DTV channel has more than one subtitle
language.
Digital Subtitle Language 2nd Select second preferred subtitle language, if the
current watching DTV channel does not have the
language set in Digital Subtitle Language option
above. If the Digital Subtitle Language 2nd set
here is not transmitted in the channel, the first
displayed subtitle language in channel information is
automatically selected.
Hearing Impaired The hearing impaired subtitle type is output
preferentially.
On / Off
Teletext
Digital Teletext Language First preferred Videotext language can be set here,
which is used in case that the currently viewed DTV
channel has more than one Videotext Languages.
If the channel does not have the Videotext language
set in Digital Teletext Language, the Videotext
language is displayed with first receiving language.
Analog Teletext Language See page 13.
Common Interface You can access the Common Interface module
information from this menu option.
This unit supports the C.I. card of “Top Up TV” and
“Boxer”.
Depending on the C.I. card, CI Menu might be
displayed automatically if you turn on power with
the C.I. card inserted.To cancel the CI Menu, press
MENU or RETURN.
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Reset TV Setting Press to enter the Reset TV Setting screen.
Enter the password 0 0 0 0.
Press to select “OK”, then press ENTER. Reset
the TV function will now begin, and this unit will
automatically turn off.
See page 16.
Other convenience functions
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PC connection
Follow these steps: On your PC monitor choose a resolution of 1360 × 768 at 60Hz and save this
configuration. Shut down your PC and connect the shut off LCD TV.
Use a screensaver to avoid burning-in of static picture content.
Use a PC-VGA cable (not supplied) to connect the LCD-Monitor
to your PC. Make the connections carefully so as not to break or
bend the contacts inside the plug.
Select PC input
Switch on the LCD-TV.
Select the PC input mode (see page 12).
Note:
If no signal or a signal with a non-
supported resolution is connected,
No Signal is displayed
As this LCD-TV is not a PC monitor
correct display cannot be guaranteed
for every PC / graphics card.
If by any chance the PC should
create a picture on the HDMI-input
then there can be no guarantees for
its correct representation.
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Selected Items Setup hint
PC
Auto Adjust Hor Position, Ver Position, Phase and Clock are
adjusted automatically as per the input PC video signal.
When PC-input mode was selected and a PC-signal
was input, Auto Adjust will be performed automatically.
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Hor Position To adjust the horizontal placing of the image.
Ver Position To adjust the vertical placing of the image.
Phase Eliminates the horizontal (PHASE) interfering lines.
Clock Eliminates the vertical (CLOCK) interfering lines.
Example: Adjust the contrast.
1 During PC mode press MENU.
Picture Preference
Brightness
Contrast
Colour Temperature
Standard
50
85
2 Select /Contrast, then press ENTER. Press or to
adjust Contrast.
3 Press RETURN several times to return to the normal
screen.
Supported PC resolutions
resolution fps (Hz)
640x480 60
800x600 60
1024x768 60
1280x720 60
1280x768 60
1360x768 60
1280x1024 60
1440x900 60
1920x1080 60
VGA Cable (not supplied)
Audio cable (not supplied)
TV (Rear view)
to PC/DVI AUDIO input
PC
LT-19.../LT-22....
LT-26.../LT-32....
VGA Cable (not supplied)
Audio cable (not supplied)
TV (Rear view)
to PC/DVI AUDIO input
PC
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The HDMI input receives digital audio and uncompressed video from a HDMI equipped device or
uncompressed digital video from a DVI equipped device.
When you connect to a DVI device with a HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable, it only transfers the video signal, so it
is necessary to use separate analogue leads to transfer the audio signals.
Select the HDMI input mode (see P.12).
Connecting an HDMI or a DVI device to the HDMI input
Selecting the HDMI signal
1 Select /Advanced Setting/HDMI Mode option.
DNR
Blue Back
Backlight
HDMI Mode
Medium
Off
Auto
70
2 Then press or to select the desired mode.
Auto: Auto (factory setting), can remain in this mode. Change not necessary.
PC: PC (for PC), if desired.
Video: Video (for Video), if desired.
3 Press MENU to exit the menu.
Note:
Follow the user’s manual that came with the HDMI-system, which you try to connect to this TV.
If there is no picture available via HDMI-connection, do connect via SCART-cable first. Use the HDMI-system’s remote-
control to call the HDMI-system’s setup-menu onto the screen.
Follow the HDMI-system’s manual, to set its video-output to HDMI.
When successfully set to HDMI, select this TV’s HDMI-input, as described on page 12 (Select Video Input).
Some devices may not operate properly with the TV.
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or
DVI device
HDMI device
To DVI output
Audio cable (not supplied)
HDMI - to - DVI adapter cable
(HDMI type A connector)
(not supplied)
HDMI cable
(type A connector)
(not supplied)
To HDMI output
To PC/DVI AUDIO input
TV (Rear view)
LT-19.../LT-22....
LT-26.../LT-32....
TV (Side view)
or
DVI device
HDMI device
To DVI output
Audio cable (not supplied)
HDMI - to - DVI adapter cable
(HDMI type A connector)
(not supplied)
HDMI cable
(type A connector)
(not supplied)
To HDMI output
To PC/DVI AUDIO input
TV (Rear view)
TV (Side view)
HDMI3 (LT-32....)
TV (Rear view)
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Connection to other equipment
2. Connect video recorder (e.g. to record from DVB-T)
VCR TV
(All illustrated SCART cables and
antenna cables are not supplied)
TV
Satellite antenna
Satellite
receiver
Video recorder
1. Connecting to other equipment
Attention: Preparation:
• Disconnect all equipment from the AC-supply, to prevent any possible damage.
• Make the necessary connections.
• Make sure all connections are safe & secure before reconnecting your equipment the AC-supply.
Please connect your satellite-receiver or DVD player via SCART (AV1).Make sure your SCART cable’s cross-
section is at least 1 cm or more. SCART cables with less thickness may cause visible noise.
Please make the following settings inside your receiver’s / DVD-player’s setup-menu:
Video signal: RGB
TV-Format: 16:9
If you miss to make these settings properly, picture quality will be inferior and parts of the picture
might be missing.This is not a fault of this TV-set.
In case you need help to make this adjustment with your satellite-receiver / DVD-player, please consult
the related instructions or contact the supplier or maker of those apparatus for support.
Please use the satellite’s remote-control handset to select Teletext or desired TV-station. Generally it is
not possible to store satellite TV-stations into a standard TV.
If the TV does not automatically switch to AV-1, please select INPUT AV1 manually, as seen on page
12.
Note:
Programme the video recorder timer
to the desired time.The TV appliance
cannot switch the video recorder on
or off.
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Video recorder to AV1
(All illustrated SCART cables are not supplied)
TV (Rear view)
LT-19.../LT-22....
LT-26.../LT-32....
Video recorder to AV1
(All illustrated SCART cables are not supplied)
TV (Side view)
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Y Pb Pr
(A)
(B)
TV (Back view)
TV (Side view)
Stereo amplifier
Audio input
(Coaxial digital lead, not supplied)
Surround sound amplifier system
DIGITAL AUDIO
COAXIAL OUT
(SCART-RCA cable,
not supplied)
Connection to other equipment
5. Connecting to a DVD player or other AV device with Component Video outputs
If your DVD player (or other device) has Component Video output jacks, use a suitable set of leads (RCA/
Phono) to connect these to the Component Video inputs on this TV as shown - it can greatly enhance
the picture quality and performance. Please remember that you will also need to connect separate leads
(RCA/Phono) for the audio signals. Select the COMPONENT input mode (see P.12).
Component
output
Audio output
Video cable (not supplied)
To COMPONENT IN
TV (Side view)
Note:
The Component Video input of this unit are for use with equipment which outputs interlaced signals (PAL: 576i/1080i or
NTSC: 480i/1080i) and progressive signals (PAL: 576p/720p or NTSC: 480p/720p).
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DVD player
3. Connecting an audio system
You can supply the TV sound to the stereo equipment (A) with the SCART socket. Use a special SCART
cable for the connection which sold at the accessory shop. (please consult your hi-fi instructions for
details). If you have a surround sound amplifier/decoder (B) with a coaxial digital input, you can connect
the Coaxial Digital Audio Output to it, using a suitable coaxial digital lead.
Note:
For LT-19... and LT-22...,
you can hear only the
sound received with
a built-in tuner in the
connection of (A), but you
can not hear the sound
input to an external input
terminal.
The Balance/Bass/Treble
adjustments (see P.19)
only function with the
sound from the TV
speakers - it does not
affect the audio output
sockets.
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4. Connecting a Video camera or Games console
(AV cable, not supplied)
AV output
Video camera
(example)
Audio cable
(not supplied)
TV (Side view)
LT-19.../LT-22....
LT-26.../LT-32....
LT-26.../LT-32....
LT-26.../LT-32....
LT-19.../LT-22....
LT-19.../LT-22....
LT-26.../LT-32....
LT-19.../LT-22....
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Troubleshooting table
Please check the following list before requesting service.
Symptom Possible solution Page
No picture, no sound Switch on the set.
Check that the mains power outlet is properly connected.
Select appropriate input mode.
Unplug unit for 1 minute, then plug it back in.
7
12
No reception Have you tuned in the TV stations?
Press 1 on the remote control.
Connect the antenna.
Make sure the set is ON and not in Standby mode
10
11
The TV switches off with
missing antenna input signal
This is normal.
15 minutes after the antenna signal has disappeared, the set will
change to standby mode. 13
In menu, the Channel
option cannot be selected.
The unit is set to AV mode. Press 1 on the remote control. 12
Wrong Colours Colour and Brightness errors can occur when the viewing angle/
ambient air temperature (see technical specifications) are exceeded.
While viewing a DVB (digital)
channel, there is sound but no
picture.
Some channel offers audio content only. It is normal.
Blocky image or image stops
intermittently.
Check all antenna connections.
Move the antenna away from areas of possible interference.
Try using an antenna booster.
10
Some digital channels cannot
be viewed.
Contact the service provider to subscribe.
No colour or picture black. AV input set to AUTO. 20
Picture appears sometimes
too dark.
Switch off DBC. 19
The LCD panel is a very high technology product, giving you fine picture details. Occasionally, a few nonactive pixels
may appear on the screen as a fixed point of blue, green or red. Please note that this does not affect the performance
of your product.
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LT-19HA22U LT-22HG22U LT-26HG22U LT-32HG22U
System Analogue: PAL UK, IR, CCIR, FRENCH System, B/G, D/K, I/I, L
Digital: DVB-T (OFDM 2k/8k 16QAM/64QAM), DVB-T HD (H.264)
Video Colour System PAL/SECAM/NTSC 3.58/NTSC 4.43/PAL 60
Preset channels 2000 Service in total of Analog and Digital
Frequency Range Analogue: IreE2~E4, X~Z+2, S1~S10, E5~E12, S11~S41, E21~E69
Digital: E5~E12, ItaD~H2, Fra1~6, Rus6~12, E21~E69
Power Supply AC 220-240V, 50Hz
Power Consumption Operation: 23W at AC230V, 50Hz 28W at AC230V, 50Hz 55W at AC230V, 50Hz 95W at AC230V, 50Hz
Standby: 0.7W at AC230V, 50Hz 0.4W at AC230V, 50Hz
LCD 47 cm visible 55 cm visible 66 cm visible 80 cm visible
TFT low-glass Active Matrix Colour LCD, 1920 x 1080 (LT-19...: 1366 x 768) Pixel
HDMI input HDMI compliant (type A connector)
HDCP compliant
Suggested scan rates: PAL: 576i/576p/720p/1080i/1080p
NTSC: 480i/480p/720p/1080i/1080p
HDMI Audio: 2-channel PCM, 32/44.1/48 kHz sampling frequency
16/20/24 bits per sample
Output Power 1.5W (MAX) x 2 10W (MAX) x 2
Surrounding temperature Operation: 5°C ~ 40°C/Storage: –20°C ~ 60°C
Operating Humidity Less than 80%RH
Dimensions (W) x (H) x (D) 47 x 35 x 15 cm 54 x 39 x 15 cm 66 x 48 x 18 cm 79 x 55 x 18 cm
Weight (w/o Accessories) 3.0 kg 3.5 kg 7.0 kg 9.8 kg
Accessories 2 batteries (AA/R6/UM-3)/Remote control unit/AC cord/Stand/Screws for stand (LT-
19.../LT-22...: x 2/LT-26...: x 3/LT-32...: x 5)
Weight and dimensions are approximate. Because we continually strive to improve our products we may change
specifications and designs without prior notice.
Specifications
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JVC has assigned the service and in warranty responsibility to Kesa Electricals plc.
FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE, ADDITIONAL SET-UP AND OPERATING ASSISTANCE, OR TO ORDER
ACCESSORIES PLEASE CALL:
Country Sales
Company
Tel URL Main Service Contact
UK COMET 0844 8009595 http://www.comet.co.uk -
France DARTY 0978970970 http://www.darty.com/ -
Spain EMH - http://www.emh.es/ pedidosweb@emh.es
Belgium NVB 02/334.00.00 http://www.vanden-
borre.be/
service@vandenborre.be
Netherlands BCC 0900-0555 http://www.bcc.nl/ http://www.bcc.nl/info/
contact
Italy DARTY IT 800928884 http://www.darty.it/ scrivici@darty.it
Czech DATART 810 328 278 http://www.datart.cz/ infolinka@datart.cz
WHEN CALLING CUSTOMER SERVICE - PLEASE HAVE YOUR MODEL NUMBER READY
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