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Contents Safety Information.................................................... 2 Markings on the Product.......................................... 2 Maintenance............................................................. 4 Display panel, Cabinet, Pedestal............................. 4 Mains plug................................................................ 4 Assembling / Removing the pedestal....................... 4 When using the wall-hanging bracket...................... 5 Environmental Information....................................... 5 Features................................................................... 5 Ultra HD (UHD)......................................................... 5 Accessories Included............................................... 6 Standby Notifications................................................ 6 TV Control & Operation............................................ 6 Using Main TV Menu................................................ 7 Inserting the Batteries into the Remote.................... 8 Power Connection.................................................... 8 Antenna Connection................................................. 8 License Notification.................................................. 8 Disposal of Old Equipment and Batteries................. 9 Declaration of Conformity (DoC).............................. 9 Specification........................................................... 10 Notice..................................................................... 11 Remote Control...................................................... 12 Connections........................................................... 13 Switching On/Off..................................................... 14 First Time Installation............................................. 14 Media Playback via USB Input............................... 15 Media Browser....................................................... 15 CEC........................................................................ 16 Settings Menu Contents......................................... 17 General TV Operation............................................ 22 Using the Channel List........................................... 22 Configuring Parental Settings................................. 22 Electronic Programme Guide................................. 22 Teletext Services.................................................... 23 Software Upgrade.................................................. 23 Troubleshooting & Tips........................................... 23 PC Input Typical Display Modes............................. 24 AV and HDMI Signal Compatibility......................... 24 Supported File Formats for USB Mode.................. 25 Video File Formats................................................. 25 Picture File Formats............................................... 25 Audio File Formats................................................. 25 Subtitle File Formats.............................................. 26 Supported DVI Resolutions.................................... 27 Connectivity............................................................ 28 Wired Connectivity................................................. 28 Wireless Connectivity............................................. 28 Wake ON................................................................ 29 Connectivity Troubleshooting................................. 30 Using Audio Video Sharing Network Service.......... 30 Apps....................................................................... 31 Internet Browser..................................................... 31 HBBTV System...................................................... 31 English - 1 -
English - 2 - Safety Information CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. Note: Follow the on screen instructions for operating the related features. In extreme weather (storms, lightning) and long inactivity periods (going on holiday) disconnect the TV set from the mains. The mains plug is used to disconnect TV set from the mains and therefore it must remain readily operable. If the TV set is not disconnected electrically from the mains, the device will still draw power for all situations even if the TV is in standby mode or switched off. IMPORTANT - Please read these instructions fully before installing or operating WARNING: This device is intended to be used by persons (including children) who are capable / experienced of operating such a device unsupervised, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the device by a person responsible for their safety. • Use this TV set at an altitude of less than 2000 meters above the sea level, in dry locations and in regions with moderate or tropical climates. • The TV set is intended for household and similar general use but may also be used in public places. • For ventilation purposes, leave at least 5cm of free space around the TV. • The ventilation should not be impeded by covering or blocking the ventilation openings with items, such as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc. • The power cord plug should be easily accessible. Do not place the TV, furniture, etc. on the power cord. A damaged power cord/plug can cause fire or give you an electric shock. Handle the power cord by the plug, do not unplug the TV by pulling the power cord. Never touch the power cord/plug with wet hands as this could cause a short circuit or electric shock. Never make a knot in the power cord or tie it with other cords. When damaged it must be replaced, this should only be done by qualified personnel. • Do not expose the TV to dripping or splashing of liquids and do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, cups, etc. on or over the TV (e.g., on shelves above the unit). • Do not expose the TV to direct sunlight or do not place open flames such as lit candles on the top of or near the TV. • Do not place any heat sources such as electric heaters, radiators, etc. near the TV set. • Do not place the TV on the floor and inclined surfaces. • To avoid danger of suffocation, keep plastic bags out of the reach of the babies, children and domestic animals. • Carefully attach the stand to the TV. If the stand is provided with screws, tighten the screws firmly to prevent the TV from tilting. Do not over-tighten the screws and mount the stand rubbers properly. • Do not dispose of the batteries in fire or with hazardous or flammable materials. WARNING - Batteries must not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. WARNING - Excessive sound pressure from earphones or headphones can cause hearing loss. ABOVE ALL - NEVER let anyone, especially children, push or hit the screen, push anything into holes, slots or any other openings in the case. Caution Serious injury or death risk Risk of electric shock Dangerous voltage risk Maintenance Important maintenance component Markings on the Product The following symbols are used on the product as a marker for restrictions and precautions and safety instructions. Each explanation shall be considered where the product bears related marking only. Note such information for security reasons. Class II Equipment: This appliance is designed in such a way that it does not require a safety connection to electrical earth. Class II Equipment With Functional Earthing: This appliance is designed in such a way that it does not require a safety connection to electrical earth, the earth connection is used for functional purposes. Protective Earth Connection: The marked terminal is intended for connection of the protective earthing conductor associated with the supply wiring. Hazardous Live Terminal: The marked terminal(s) is/are hazardous live under normal operating conditions. i Caution, See Operating Instructions: The marked area(s) contain(s) user replaceable coin or button cell batteries. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT Class 1 Laser Product: This product contains Class 1 lasersourcethatissafeunder reasonably foreseeable conditions of operation.
English - 3 - WARNING Do not ingest the battery, Chemical Burn Hazard This product or the accessories supplied with the product may contain a coin/button cell battery. If the coin/button cell battery is swallowed, it can cause severe internal burns in just 2 hours and can lead to death. Keep new and used batteries away from children. If the battery compartment does not close securely, stop using the product and keep it away from children. If you think batteries might have been swallowed or placed inside any part of the body, seek immediate medical attention. – – – – – – – – – – – – Never place a television set in unstable or inclined locations. A television set may fall, causing serious personal injury or death. Many injuries, particularly to children, can be avoided by taking simple precautions such as; • Using cabinets or stands recommended by the manufacturer of the television set. • Only using furniture that can safely support the television set. • Ensuring the television set is not overhanging the edge of the supporting furniture. • Not placing the television set on tall furniture (for example, cupboards or bookcases) without anchoring both the furniture and the television set to a suitable support. • Not standing the television set on cloth or other materials placed between the television and supporting furniture. • Educating children about the dangers of climbing on furniture to reach the television set or its controls. If your existing television set is being retained and relocated, the same considerations as above should be applied. – – – – – – – – – – – – Apparatus connected to the protective earthing of the building installation through the MAINS connection or through other apparatus with a connection to protective earthing – and to a television distribution system using coaxial cable, may in some circumstances create a fire hazard. Connection to a television distribution system has therefore to be provided through a device providing electrical isolation below a certain frequency range (galvanic isolator) WALL MOUNTING WARNINGS • Read the instructions before mounting your TV on the wall. • The wall mount kit is optional. You can obtain from your local dealer, if not supplied with your TV. • Do not install the TV on a ceiling or on an inclined wall. • Use the specified wall mounting screws and other accessories. • Tighten the wall mounting screws firmly to prevent the TV from fall. Do not over-tighten the screws. WARNING • Using other wall-hanging brackets, or installing a wall-hanging bracket by yourself have the risk of personal injury and product damage. In order to maintain the unit’s performance and safety, be absolutely sure to ask your dealer or a licensed contractor to secure the wall-hanging brackets. Any damage caused by installing without a qualified installer will void your warranty. • Carefully read the instructions accompanying optional accessories, and be absolutely sure to take steps to prevent the TV from falling off. • Handle the TV carefully during installation since subjecting it to impact or other forces may cause product damage. • Take care when fixing wall brackets to the wall. Always ensure that there are no electrical cables or pipes in the wall before hanging bracket. • To prevent fall and injury, remove the TV from its fixed wall position when it is no longer in use.
English - 4 - 2. Place the stand(s) on the stand mounting pattern(s) on the rear side of the TV. 3. Insert the screws (M4 x 12) provided and tighten them gently until the stand is properly fitted. Removing the pedestal from the TV Be sure to remove the pedestal in the following way when using the wall-hanging bracket or repacking the TV. • Put the TV onto a work table with the screen panel down on the clean and soft cloth. Leave the stand(s) protruding over the edge of the surface. • Unsrew the screws that fixing the stand(s). • Remove the stand(s). Maintenance First, remove the mains plug from the mains socket. Display panel, Cabinet, Pedestal Regular care: Gently wipe the surface of the display panel, cabinet, or pedestal by using a soft cloth to remove dirt or fingerprints. For stubborn dirt: 1. First clean the dust from the surface. 2. Dampen a soft cloth with clean water or diluted neutral detergent (1 part detergent to 100 parts water). 3. Wring out the cloth firmly. (Please note, do not let liquid enter the TV inside as it may lead to product failure.) 4. Carefully wipe moisten and wipe away the stubborn dirt. 5. Finally, wipe away all the moisture. Caution Do not use a hard cloth or rub the surface too hard, otherwise this may cause scratches on the surface. • Take care not to subject the surfaces to insect repellent, solvent, thinner or other volatile substances. This may degrade surface quality or cause peeling of the paint. • The surface of the display panel is specially treated and may be easily damaged. Take care not to tap or scratch the surface with your fingernail or other hard objects. • Do not allow the cabinet and pedestal to make contact with a rubber or PVC substance for a long time. This may degrade surface quality. Mains plug Wipe the mains plug with a dry cloth at regular intervals. Moisture and dust may cause fire or electrical shock. Assembling / Removing the pedestal Preparations Take out the pedestal(s) and the TV from the packing case and put the TV onto a work table with the screen panel down on the clean and soft cloth (blanket, etc.) • Use a flat and firm table bigger than the TV. • Do not hold the screen panel part. • Make sure not to scratch or break the TV. Assembling the pedestal 1. The stand of the TV consists of two pieces. Install these pieces together.
English - 5 - When using the wall-hanging bracket Please contact your local Panasonic dealer to purchase the recommended wall-hanging bracket. Holes for wall-hanging bracket installation; Rear of the TV a b 43” 49” 55” a (mm) 200 200 400 b (mm) 200 200 200 View from the side a Depth of screw (a) min. (mm) 10 max. (mm) 13 Diameter M6 Note: The screws for fixing the TV onto the wall-hanging bracket are not supplied with the TV. Environmental Information This television is designed to be environment friendly. To reduce energy consumption, you can follow these steps: If you set the Energy Saving to Minimum, Medium, Maximum or Auto the TV will reduce the energy consumption accordingly. If you like to set the Backlight to a fixed value set as Custom and adjust the Backlight (located under the Energy Saving setting) manually using Left or Right buttons on the remote. Set as Off to turn this setting off. Note: Available Energy Saving options may differ depending on the selected Mode in the Settings>Picture menu. The Energy Saving settings can be found in the Set- tings>Picture menu. Note that some picture settings will be unavailable to be changed. If pressed Right button or Left button consecutively, “Screen will be off in 15 seconds.” message will be displayed on the screen. Select Proceed and press OK to turn the screen off immediately. If you don’t press any button, the screen will be off in 15 seconds. Press any button on the remote or on the TV to turn the screen on again. Note: Screen Off option is not available if the Mode is set to Game. When the TV is not in use, please switch off or disconnect the TV from the mains plug. This will also reduce energy consumption. Features • Remote controlled colour TV • Fully integrated digital terrestrial/cable/satellite TV (DVB-T-T2/C/S-S2) • HDMI inputs to connect other devices with HDMI sockets • USB input • OSD menu system • Stereo sound system • Teletext • Headphone connection • Automatic programming system • Manual tuning • Automatic power down after up to eight hours. • Sleep timer • Child lock • Automatic sound mute when no transmission. • NTSC playback • AVL (Automatic Volume Limiting) • PLL (Frequency Search) • PC input • Game Mode (Optional) • Picture off function • Ethernet (LAN) for Internet connectivity and service • 802.11 a/b/g/n built in WLAN Support • Audio Video Sharing • HbbTV Ultra HD (UHD) TV supports Ultra HD (Ultra High Definition - also known as 4K) which provides resolution of 3840 x 2160 (4K:2K). It equals 4 times the resolution of Full HD TV by doubling the pixel count of the Full HD TV both horizontally and vertically. Ultra HD contents are supported from HDMI, USB inputs and over DVB-T2 and DVB-S2 broadcasts.
English - 6 - High Dynamic Range (HDR) / Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) Using this feature the TV can reproduce greater dynamic range of luminosity by capturing and then combining several different exposures. HDR/HLG promises better picture quality thanks to brighter, more realistic highlights, more realistic colour and other improvements. It delivers the look that filmmakers intended to achieve, showing the hidden areas of dark shadows and sunlight with full clarity, colour and detail. HDR/HLG contents are supported via native and market applications, HDMI, USB inputs and over DVB-S broadcasts. Set the related HDMI source input as Enhanced from the Sources option in the Settings>System menu in order to watch HDR/HLG content, if the HDR/HLG content is received through an HDMI input. The source device should also be at least HDMI 2.0a compatible in this case. Accessories Included • Remote Control • Batteries: 2 x AA • Instruction Book • Detachable stand • Stand mounting screws (M4 x 12) Standby Notifications If the TV does not receive any input signal (e.g. from an aerial or HDMI source) for 3 minutes, it will go into standby. When you next switch-on, the following message will be displayed: “TV switched to stand-by mode automatically because there was no signal for a long time.” The Auto TV OFF option(in the Settings>System >More menu) could have been set to a value between 1 and 8 hours by default. If this setting is not set as Off and the TV has been left on and not been operated during the set time, it will switch into standby mode after the set time has expired. When you next switch-on the TV, the following message will be displayed. “TV switched to stand-by mode automatically because no operation was made for a long time.” Before the TV switches into standby mode a dialogue window will be displayed. If you do not press any button the TV will switch into the standby mode after a waiting period of about 5 minutes. You can highlight Yes and press OK to switch the TV into standby mode immediately. If you highlight No and press OK, the TV will remain on. You can also choose to cancel the Auto TV OFF function from this dialogue. Highlight Disable and press OK, the TV will remain on and the function will be cancelled. You can enable this function again by changing the setting of the Auto TV OFF option from the Settings>System>More menu. TV Control & Operation P+ V+ V- P- The joystick allows you to control the Volume / Programme / Source and Standby-On functions of the TV. Note: The position of the joystick may differ depending on the model. , switch is used for turning the TV on or off. Note: The position of the power switch may differ depending on the model. To change volume: Increase the volume by pushing the joystick right. Decrease the volume by pushing the joystick left. To change channel: Scroll through the stored channels by pushing the joystick up or down. To change source: Press the centre of the joystick in, the sources list will appear on the screen. Scroll through the available sources by pushing the joystick up or down. To turn the TV off: Press the centre of the joystick in and hold it down for a few seconds, the TV will turn into standby mode. To turn on the TV: Press the centre of the joystick in, the TV will turn on. Note: Main menu OSD cannot be displayed via joystick. Operation with the Remote Control Press the Home button on your remote control to display main menu. Use the directional buttons and OK button to navigate and set. Press Return/Back or Home button to quit a menu screen.
English - 7 - Input Selection Once you have connected external systems to your TV, you can switch to different input sources. Press the Source button on your remote control consecutively to select the different sources. Changing Channels and Volume You can change the channel and adjust the volume by using the Programme +/- and Volume +/- buttons on the remote. Using Main TV Menu When the Home button is pressed, the main TV menu will appear at the bottom of the screen. You can navigate through the menu items using the directional buttons on the remote. To select an item or see the sub-menu options of the highlighted menu press OK button. When you highlight a menu option some of the sub-menu items of this menu may appear on the upper side of the menu bar for quick access. To use a quick access item highlight it, press OK and set as desired using the Left/Right directional buttons. When finished press OK or Back/Return button to exit. Press EXIT button to close the main menu. 1. Home When main menu is opened Home menu bar will be highlighted. The content of the Home menu can be customised by adding options from other menus. Just highlight an option and press the Down direction button on the remote. If you see Add to Home option you can add it to the Home menu. Same way you can delete or change the position of any item in the Home menu. Press the Down direction button and select Delete or Move option and press OK. In order to move a menu item use the Right and Left direction buttons to select the position that you want the item to move to and press OK. 2. TV 2.1. Guide You can access the electronic programme guide menu using this option. Refer to Electronic Programme Guide section for more information. 2.2. Channels You can access the Channels menu using this option. Refer to Using the Channel List section for more information. 2.3. Timers You can set timers for future events using the options of this menu. You can also review the previously created timers under this menu. To add a new timer select the Add Timer tab using the Left/Right buttons and press OK. Set the sub-menu options as desired and when finished press OK. Anew timer will be created. To edit a previously created timer, highlight that timer, select the Edit Selected Timer tab and press OK. Change the sub-menu options as desired and press OK to save your settings. To cancel an already set timer, highlight that timer, select Delete Selected Timer tab and press OK. A confirmation message will be displayed. Highlight Yes and press OK to proceed. The timer will be cancelled. It is not possible to set timers for two or more events that will broadcasted in different channels at the same time interval. In this case you will be asked to choose one of these timers and cancel others. Highlight the timer you want to cancel and press OK, Options menu will be displayed. Then highlight Set/Cancel and press OK to cancel that timer. You will have to save changes after that. In order to do that press OK, highlight Save Changes and press OK again. 3. Settings You can manage the settings of your TV using the op- tions of this menu. Refer to Settings Menu Contents section for more information. 4. Apps When your TV is connected to the Internet related contents will also be available, including Apps related contents. Using the Apps menu you can access and manage your applications. You can add new apps from the market or delete the existing ones. Refer to Apps section for more information. 5. Sources You can manage your input source references using the options of this menu. To change the current source highlight one of the options and press OK. 5.1. Source Settings Edit the names, enable or disable selected source options. There are also Regular, Enhanced and Disabled options available for HDMI sources. Regular and Enhanced options are affecting the colour settings of the selected HDMI source. To be able to watch 4K or HDR/HLG images from an HDMI source related source setting should be set as Enhanced if the connected device is compatible with HDMI 2.0 and subsequent versions. Set as Regular if the connected device is HDMI 1.4 compatible. Set accordingly or disable the related HDMI source by setting as Disabled.
English - 8 - Inserting the Batteries into the Remote Remove the back cover to reveal the battery compart- ment. Insert two size AA batteries. Make sure the (+) and (-) signs match (observe correct polarity). Do not mix old and new batteries. Replace only with same or equivalent type. Place the cover back on. A message will be displayed on the screen when the batteries are low and must be replaced. Note that when the batteries are low, the performance of the remote control may be impaired. Batteries should not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. Power Connection IMPORTANT: The TV set is designed to operate on a 220-240V AC, 50 Hz supply.After unpacking, allow the TV set to reach the ambient room temperature before you connect the set to the mains. Plug the power cable to the mains socket outlet. Antenna Connection Connect the aerial or cable TV plug to the AERIAL INPUT (ANT-TV) socket or satellite plug to the SATELLITE INPUT (ANT SAT) socket located on the rear side of the TV. Rear side of the TV 1 2 ANT SAT ANT-TV 1. Satellite 2. Aerial or cable If you want to connect a device to the TV, make sure that both the TV and the device are turned off before making any connection.After the connection is done, you can turn on the units and use them. License Notification The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI LicensingAdministrator, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Dolby Audio and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. YouTube and the YouTube logo are trademarks of Google Inc. This product contains technology subject to certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft. Use or distribution of this technology outside of this product is prohibited without the appropriate license(s) from Microsoft. Content owners use Microsoft PlayReady™ content access technology to protect their intellectual property, including copyrighted content. This device uses PlayReady technology to access PlayReady-protected content and/or WMDRM-protected content. If the device fails to properly enforce restrictions on content usage, content owners may require Microsoft to revoke the device’s ability to consume PlayReady-protected content. Revocation should not affect unprotected content or content protected by other content access technologies. Content owners may require you to upgrade PlayReady to access their content. If you decline an upgrade, you will not be able to access content that requires the upgrade. The “CI Plus” Logo is a trademark of CI Plus LLP. This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft Corporation. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary.
English - 9 - Disposal of Old Equipment and Batteries Only for European Union and countries with recycling systems These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and electronic products and batteries must not be mixed with general household waste. For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take them to applicable collection points in accordance with your national legislation. By disposing of them correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment. For more information about collection and recycling, please contact your local municipality. Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation. Note for the battery symbol: This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved. Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Hereby, Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, declares that this TV is in compliance with the essential require- ments and other relevant provisions of the Directive 2014/53/EU. If you want to get a copy of the original DoC of this TV, please visit the following website: http://www.ptc.panasonic.eu/doc Authorized Representative: Panasonic Testing Centre Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany Web Site: http://www.panasonic.com
English - 10 - Specification TV Broadcasting PAL BG/I/DK SECAM BG/DK Receiving Channels VHF (BAND I/III) - UHF (BAND U) - HYPERBAND Digital Reception Fully integrated digital terrestrial-cable-satellite TV (DVB-T-C-S) (DVB-T2, DVB-S2 compliant) Number of Preset Channels 11 000 Channel Indicator On Screen Display RF Aerial Input 75 Ohm (unbalanced) Operating Voltage 220-240V AC, 50Hz. Audio A2 Stereo+Nicam Stereo Headphone 3.5 mm mini stereo jack Audio Output Power (WRMS.) (10% THD) 2 x 10 W Networked Standby Power Consumption (W) < 2 TX-43FXW554 TX-49FXW554 TX-55FXW554 Power Consumption (W) 120 W 120 W 140 W Weight (kg) 10 Kg 12.2 Kg 15.5 Kg TV Dimensions DxLxH (with stand) (mm) 235 x 970 x 612 235 x 1105 x 688 235 x 1243 x 767 TV Dimensions DxLxH (without stand) (mm) 43/74 x 970 x 567 43/74 x 1105 x 642 43/75 x 1243 x 721 Display 16/9 43” 16/9 49” 16/9 55” Operation temperature and operation humidity 0ºC up to 40ºC, 85% humidity max
English - 11 - Wireless LAN Transmitter Specifications Frequency Ranges Max Output Power 2400 - 2483,5 MHz (CH1-CH13) < 100 mW 5150 - 5250 MHz (CH36 - CH48) < 200 mW 5250 - 5350 MHz (CH52 - CH64) < 200 mW 5470 - 5725 MHz (CH100 - CH140) < 200 mW Country Restrictions This device is intended for home and office use in all EU countries (and other countries following the rele- vant EU directive) without any limitation except for the countries mentioned below. Country Restriction Bulgaria General authorization required for outdoor use and public service France In-door use only for 2454-2483.5 MHz Italy If used outside of own premises, general authorization is required Greece In-door use only for 5470 MHz to 5725 MHz band Luxembourg General authorization required for network and service supply(not for spectrum) Norway Radio transmission is prohibited for the geographical area within a radius of 20 km from the centre of Ny-Ålesund Russian Fed- eration In-door use only The requirements for any country may change at any time. It’s recommended that user checks with local authorities for the current status of their national reg- ulations for both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless LAN’s. Standard IEEE 802.11.a/b/g/n Host Interface USB 2.0 Security WEP 64/128, WPA, WPA2, TKIP, AES, WAPI Notice DVB / Data broadcasting • This TV is designed to meet the standards (as of August, 2017) of DVB-T / T2 (MPEG2, MPEG4- AVC(H.264) and HEVC(H.265)) digital terrestrial services, DVB-C (MPEG2, MPEG4-AVC(H.264) and HEVC(H.265)) digital cable services and DVB-S (MPEG2, MPEG4-AVC(H.264) and HEVC(H.265)) digital satellite services. Consult your local dealer for availability of DVB-T / T2 or DVB-S services in your area. Consult your cable service provider for availability of DVB-C services with this TV. • This TV may not work correctly with the signal which does not meet the standards of DVB-T / T2, DVB-C or DVB-S. • Not all the features are available depending on the country, area, broadcaster, service provider, satellite and network environment. • Not all CI modules work properly with this TV. Consult your service provider about the available CI module. • This TV may not work correctly with CI module that is not approved by the service provider. • Additional fees may be charged depending on the service provider. • The compatibility with future services is not guaranteed.
English - 12 - Remote Control EXIT LANG. LANG. E M O H BACK G 1 2 2 1 3 4 5 21 6 10 7 9 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 1. Standby: Switches On / Off the TV 2. Info: Displays information about on-screen content, shows hidden information (reveal - in TXT mode) 3. Guide: Displays the electronic programme guide 4. Home: Displays TV menu 5. Directional buttons: Helps navigate menus, content etc. and displays the subpages in TXT mode when pressed Right or Left 6. OK: Confirms user selections, holds the page (in TXT mode), views Channels menu (DTV mode) 7. Exit: Closes and exits from displayed menus or returns to previous screen 8. Coloured Buttons: Follow the on-screen instruc- tions for coloured button functions 9. Volume +/- 10. Mute: Completely turns off the volume of the TV 11. Numeric buttons: Switches the channel, enters a number or a letter in the text box on the screen, switches the TV on when in standby mode 12. Language: Switches among sound modes (an- alogue TV), displays and changes audio/subtitle language and turns subtitles on or off (digital TV, where available) 13. Rewind: Moves frames backwards in media such as movies 14. Stop: Stops the media being played 15. Play: Starts to play selected media 16. Pause: Pauses the media being played 17. No function 18. Fast Forward: Moves frames forward in media such as movies 19. Text: Displays teletext (where available), press again to superimpose the teletext over a normal broadcast picture (mix) 20. Programme +/-: Programme up-down, Page up- down (in TXT mode), switches the TV on when in standby mode 21. Back/Return: Returns to previous screen, previous menu, opens index page (in TXT mode) 22. My Button 2 (*) 23. Netflix: Launches the Netflix application 24. My Button 1 (*) 25. Source: Shows available broadcast and content sources (*) MY BUTTON 1 & MY BUTTON 2: These buttons may have default functions depending on the model. However you can set a special function to these buttons by pressing on them for five seconds when on a desired source or channel.Aconfirmation message will be displayed on the screen. Now the selected My Button is associated with the selected function. Note that if you perform First Time Installation, My Button 1&2 will return to their default function.
English - 13 - Connections Connector Type Cables Device VGA Connection (back) AUDIO IN PC/YPbPr Audio Connection (back) YPbPr/PC Audio Cable HDMI Connection (side&back) SPDIF SPDIF (Optical Out) Connection (back) BACK AV Back AV (Audio/Video) Connection (back) Audio Video Cable HEADPHONE Headphone Connection (side) YPBPR YPbPr Video Connection (back) PC to YPbPr Connection Cable USB Connection (side) CI Connection (side) CAM module LAN Ethernet Connection (back) LAN / Ethernet Cable See the illustrations on the left side. You can use YPbPr to VGA cable to enable YPbPr signal via VGA input. You cannot use VGA and YPbPr at the same time. To enable PC/YPbPr audio, you will need to use the back audio inputs with a YPbPr/PC audio cable for audio connection. When using the wall mounting kit (available from a third party in the market, if not supplied), we recommend that you plug all your cables into the back of the TV before mounting on the wall. Insert or remove the CI module only when the TV is SWITCHED OFF. You should refer to the module instruction manual for details of the settings. The/ Each USB input of your TV supports devices up to 500mA. Connecting devices that have current value above 500mA may damage your TV. When connecting equipment using a HDMI cable to your TV, to guarantee sufficient immunity against parasitic frequency radiation and trouble-free transmission of high definition signals, such as 4K content, you have to use a high speed shielded (high grade) HDMI cable with ferrites. If you want to connect a device to the TV, make sure that both the TV and the device are turned off before making any connection. After the connection is done, you can turn on the units and use them.
English - 15 - made. Antenna Type menu will be displayed first. You can select Antenna Type as Direct, Single Satellite Cable or DiSEqC switch by using Left or Right buttons.After selecting your antenna type press OK to see the options to proceed. Continue, Transponder list and Configure LNB options will be available. You can change the transponder and LNB settings using the related menu options. • Direct: If you have a single receiver and a direct satellite dish, select this antenna type. Press OK to continue. Select an available satellite on the next screen and press OK to scan for services. • Single Satellite Cable: If you have multiple receivers and a single satellite cable system, select this antenna type. Press OK to continue. Configure settings by following instructions on the next screen. Press OK to scan for services. • DiSEqC switch: If you have multiple satellite dishes and a DiSEqC switch, select this antenna type. Then set the DiSEqC version and press OK to continue. You can set up to four satellites (if available) for version v1.0 and sixteen satellites for version v1.1 on the next screen. Press OK button to scan the first satellite in the list. Analogue: If Analogue broadcast search option is turned on, the TV will search for analogue broadcasts after other initial settings are completed. After the initial settings are completed TV will start to search for available broadcasts of the selected broadcast types. While the search continues current scan results will be displayed at the bottom of the screen. After all the available stations are stored, Channels menu will be displayed. You can edit the channel list according to your preferences using the Edit tab options or press the Home button to quit and watch TV. While the search continues a message may appear, asking whether you want to sort channels according to the LCN(*). Select Yes and press OK to confirm. (*) LCN is the Logical Channel Number system that organizes available broadcasts in accordance with a recognizable channel number sequence (if available). Note: Do not turn off the TV while initializing first time installation. Note that, some options may not be available depending on the country selection. Media Playback via USB Input You can connect 2.5” and 3.5” inch (HDD with external power supply) external hard disk drives or USB memory stick to your TV by using the USB inputs of the TV. IMPORTANT! Back up the files on your storage devices before connecting them to the TV. Manufacturer will not be responsible for any file damage or data loss. Certain types of USB devices (e.g. MP3 Players) or USB hard disk drives/memory sticks may not be compatible with this TV. The TV supports FAT32 and NTFS disk formatting. Wait a little while before each plugging and unplugging as the player may still be reading files. Failure to do so may cause physical damage to the USB player and the USB device itself. Do not pull out your drive while playing a file. You can use USB hubs with your TV’s USB inputs. External power supplied USB hubs are recommended in such a case. It is recommended to use the TV’s USB input(s) directly, if you are going to connect a USB hard disk. Note: When viewing image files the Media Browser menu can only display 1000 image files stored on the connected USB device. Media Browser You can play back music and movie files and display photo files stored on a USB storage device by connecting it to your TV. Connect a USB storage device to one of the USB inputs located on the side of the TV. After connecting a USB storage device to your TV Media Browser menu will be displayed on the screen. You can access the content of the connected USB device any time later from the Sources menu. Select the related USB input option from this menu and press OK. Then select the file of your choice and press OK to display or play it back. You can set your Media Browser preferences by using the Settings menu. Settings menu can be accessed via the information bar which is displayed on the bottom of the screen when pressed the Info button while playing back a video file or displaying a picture file. Press the Info button, highlight the gear wheel symbol positioned on the right side of the information bar and press OK. Picture Settings, Sound Settings, Media Browser Settings and Options menus will be available. The contents of these menus may change according to the type of the currently open media file. Only Sound Settings menu will be available while playing back audio files. Loop/Shuffle Mode Operation Start playback and activate All files in the list will be continuously played in original order Start playback and activate The same file will be played continuously (repeat) Start playback and activate All files in the list will be played once in random order Start playback and activate , All files in the list will be continuously played in the same random order To use the functions on the information bar highlight the symbol of the function and press OK. To change the status of a function highlight the symbol of the function
English - 16 - and press OK as much as needed. If the symbol is marked with a red cross, that means it is deactivated. CEC This function allows to control the CEC-enabled devices, that are connected through HDMI ports by using the remote control of the TV. The CEC option in the Settings>System>More menu should be set as Enabled at first. Press the Source button and select the HDMI input of the connected CEC device from the Sources List menu. When new CEC source device is connected, it will be listed in source menu with its own name instead of the connected HDMI ports name(such as DVD Player, Recorder 1 etc.). The TV remote is automatically able to perform the main functions after the connected HDMI source has been selected. To terminate this operation and control the TV via the remote again, press and hold the “0- Zero” button on the remote control for 3 seconds. You can disable the CEC functionality by setting the related option under the Settings>System>More menu accordingly. The TV supports ARC (Audio Return Channel). This feature is an audio link meant to replace other cables between the TV and an audio system (A/V receiver or speaker system). When ARC is active, the TV does not mute its other audio outputs automatically. You will need to decrease TV volume to zero manually if you wish to hear the ARC audio only (same as optical or co-axial digital audio outputs). If you want to change connected device’s volume level, you should select that device from the source list. In that case volume control keys are directed to connected audio device. Note: ARC is supported only via the HDMI2 input. System Audio Control Allows an Audio Amplifier/Receiver to be used with the TV. The volume can be controlled using the remote control of the TV. To activate this feature set the Speakers option in the Settings>System>More menu as Amplifier. The TV speakers will be muted and the sound of the watched source will be provided from the connected sound system. Note: The audio device should support System Audio Control feature and CEC option should be set as Enabled.
English - 17 - Settings Menu Contents Picture Menu Contents Mode You can change the picture mode to suit your preference or requirements. Picture mode can be set to one of these options: Cinema, Game(optional), Sports, Dynamic and Natural. Contrast Adjusts the light and dark values on the screen. Brightness Adjusts the brightness values on the screen. Sharpness Sets the sharpness value for the objects displayed on the screen. Colour Sets the colour value, adjusting the colours. Energy Saving For setting the Energy Saving to Custom, Minimum, Medium, Maximum, Auto, Screen Off or Off. Note: Available options may differ depending on the selected Mode. Backlight This setting controls the backlight level. The backlight function will be inactive if the Energy Saving is set to an option other than Custom. Advanced Settings Dynamic Contrast You can change the dynamic contrast ratio to desired value. Noise Reduction If the signal is weak and the picture is noisy, use the Noise Reduction setting to reduce the amount of noise. Colour Temp Sets the desired colour temperature value. Cool, Normal, Warm and Custom options are available. White Point If the Colour Temp option is set as Custom, this setting will be available. Increase the ‘warmth’ or ‘coolness’ of the picture by pressing Left or Right buttons. Picture Zoom Sets the desired image size format. Picture Shift This option may be available depending on the Picture Zoom setting. Highlight and press OK, then use directional buttons to shift the picture upwards or downwards. Film Mode Filmsarerecordedatadifferentnumberofframespersecondtonormaltelevisionprogrammes. Turn this feature on when you are watching films to see the fast motion scenes clearly. Skin Tone Skin tone can be changed between -5 and 5. Colour Shift Adjust the desired colour tone. HDMI Full Range While watching from a HDMI source, this feature will be visible. You can use this feature to enhance blackness in the picture. PC Position Appears only when the input source is set to VGA/PC. Autoposition Automatically optimizes the display. Press OK to optimize. H Position This item shifts the image horizontally to the right hand side or left hand side of the screen. V Position This item shifts the image vertically towards the top or bottom of the screen. Dot Clock Dot Clock adjustments correct the interference that appear as vertical banding in dot intensive presentations like spreadsheets or paragraphs or text in smaller fonts. Phase Depending on the input source(computer etc.) you may see a hazy or noisy picture on the screen. You can use phase to get a clearer picture by trial and error. Reset Resets the picture settings to factory default settings (except Game mode). While in VGA (PC) mode, some items in Picture menu will be unavailable. Instead, VGA mode settings will be added to the Picture menu while in PC mode.
English - 18 - Sound Menu Contents Volume Adjusts the volume level. Equalizer Selects the equalizer mode. Custom settings can be made only when in User mode. Balance Adjusts whether the sound comes from the left or right speaker. Headphone Sets headphone volume. Please ensure before using headphones that the headphone volume is set to a low level, to prevent damage to your hearing. Sound Mode You can select a sound mode (If the viewed channel supports). AVL (Automatic Volume Limiting) Sets the sound to obtain fixed output level between programmes. Headphone/Lineout When you connect an external amplifier to your TV using the headphone jack, you can select this option as Lineout. If you have connected headphones to the TV, set this option as Headphone. Please ensure before using headphones that this menu item is set to Headphone. If it is set to Lineout, the output from the headphone socket will be set to maximum which could damage your hearing. Dynamic Bass Enables or disables the Dynamic Bass. Surround sound Surround sound mode can be changed as On or Off. Digital Out Sets digital out audio type.
English - 19 - Network Menu Contents Network Type Disable the network connection or change the connection type. Scan Wireless Networks Start a search for wireless networks. This option will be available if the Network Type is set as Wireless Device. Press WPS on your wifi router If your modem/router device has WPS, you can directly connect to it using this option. Highlight this option and press OK. Go to your modem/router device and press the WPS button on it to make the connection. This option will be available if the Network Type is set as Wireless Device. Internet Speed Test Start a speed test to check your connection bandwidth. The result will be displayed on the screen when finished. Advanced Settings Change the IP and DNS configurations of your TV. Wake On Enable or disable this feature by setting it as On or Off. Note: For detailed information on the options of this menu refer to the Connectivity section. Installation Menu Contents Automatic channel scan (Retune) Displays automatic tuning options. D. Aerial: Searches and stores aerial DVB stations. D. Cable: Searches and stores cable DVB stations. Analogue: Searches and stores analogue stations. Satellite: Searches and stores satellite stations. Manual channel scan This feature can be used for direct broadcast entry. Network channel scan Searches for the linked channels in the broadcast system. D. Aerial: Searches for aerial network channels. D. Cable: Searches for cable network channels. Satellite: Searches for satellite network channels. Analogue fine tune You can use this setting for fine tuning analogue channels. This feature is not available if no analogue channels are stored and if currently watched channel is not an analogue channel. Satellite Settings Displays satellite settings. Satellite list: Displays available satellites. You can Add, Delete satellites or Edit satellite settings on the list. Antenna installation: You can change satellite antenna settings and/or start a satellite scan. Installation Settings (optional) Displays installation settings menu. Standby Search (*): Your TV will search for new or missing channels while in standby. Any new found broadcasts will be shown. Dynamic Channel Update(*): If this option is set as Enabled, the changes on the broadcasts such as frequency, channel name, subtitle language etc., will be applied automatically while watching. (*) Availability depends on model. Clear Service List Use this setting to clear channels stored. This setting is visible only when the Country option is set to Denmark, Sweden, Norway or Finland. Select Active Network This setting allows you to select only the broadcasts within the selected network to be listed in the channel list. This feature is available only for the country option of Norway. Signal Information You can use this menu item to monitor signal related information such as signal level/ quality, network name etc for available frequencies. First time installation Deletes all stored channels and settings, resets TV to factory settings.
English - 20 - System Menu Contents Conditional Access Controls conditional access modules when available. Language You may set a different language depending on the broadcaster and the country. Privacy Settings (*) Manage your privacy privileges for smart TV related applications. Press OK to enter the menu and set according to your preferences. Parental Enter correct password to change parental settings. You can easily adjust Menu Lock, Maturity Lock, Child Lock or Guidance in this menu. You can also set a new PIN or change the Default CICAM PIN using the related options. Note: Some menu options may not be available depending on the country selection in the First Time Installation. Default PIN could have been set to 0000 or 1234. If you have defined the PIN(is requested depending on the country selection) during the First Time Installation use the PIN that you have defined. Date/Time Sets date and time. Sources Edit the names, enable or disable selected source options. There are also Regular, Enhanced and Disabled options available for HDMI sources. Regular and Enhanced options are affecting the colour settings of the selected HDMI source. To be able to watch 4K or HDR/HLG images from an HDMI source related source setting should be set as Enhanced if the connected device is compatible with HDMI 2.0 and subsequent versions. Set as Regular if the connected device is HDMI 1.4 compatible. Set accordingly or disable the related HDMI source by setting as Disabled. Accessibility Displays accessibility options of the TV. Hard of Hearing Enables any special feature sent from the broadcaster. Audio Description A narration track will be played for the blind or visually impaired audience. Press OK to see all available Audio Description menu options. This feature is available only if the broadcaster supports it. Netflix If this feature is supported by your TV, you can view your ESN(*) number and deactivate Netflix. (*) ESN number is an unique ID number for Netflix, created especially to identify your TV. Note: For 4K video streaming, a minimum 25Mb/s internet connection speed is required – For an example of the requirements for streaming 4K content you may find more information on the Netflix website (https://help.netflix.com/en/node/13444). When you start to stream video content via the internet the quality of your connection will be analysed and the full HD or 4K quality may take a short time to be realised, or in the event of a slow connection not be possible. You should check your internet capabilities with your internet provider if you are at all unsure. More Displays other setting options of the TV. Menu Timeout Changes timeout duration for menu screens. Standby LED If set as Off the standby LED will not light up when the TV is in standby mode. HBBTV (*) You can enable or disable this feature by setting it as On or Off. Software Upgrade Ensures that your TV has the latest firmware. Press OK to see the menu options. Application Version Displays current software version. Subtitle Mode This option is used to select which subtitle mode will be on the screen (DVB subtitle / Teletext subtitle) if both is available. Default value is DVB subtitle. This feature is available only for the country option of Norway. Auto TV OFF Sets the desired time for the TV to automatically go into standby mode when not being operated. This option can be set from 1 to 8 hours in steps of 1 hour. You can also disable this option by setting as Off. Biss Key Biss is a satellite signal scrambling system that is used for some broadcasts. If you need to enter Biss key on a broadcast, you can use this setting. Highlight Biss Key and press OK to enter keys on the desired broadcast. Store Mode Select this mode for store display purposes. Whilst Store Mode is enabled, some items in the TV menu may not be available.
English - 21 - AVS (Audio Video Sharing) AVS feature allows you to share files stored on your smartphone or tablet pc. If you have a compatible smartphone or tablet pc and the appropriate software is installed, you can share/play photos on yourTV. See instructions of your sharing software for more information. Power Up Mode This setting configures the power up mode preference. Last State and Standby options are available. Virtual Remote Enable or disable the virtual remote feature. CEC With this setting you can enable and disable CEC functionality completely. Press Left or Right button to enable or disable the feature. CEC Auto Power On This function allows the connected HDMI-CEC compatible device to turn on the TV and switch to its input source automatically. Press Left or Right button to enable or disable the feature. Speakers To hear the TV audio from the connected compatible audio device set as Amplifier. You can use the remote control of the TV to control the volume of the audio device. Show All Cookies (*) Displays all saved cookies. Delete All Coo- kies (*) Deletes all saved cookies. OSS Displays Open Source Software license information. (*) These features may not be available depending on the model of your TV and the selected country in the First Time Installation.
English - 22 - General TV Operation Using the Channel List The TV sorts all stored stations in the channel list. You can edit this channel list, set favourites or set active stations to be listed by using the Channels menu options. Press the OK button to open the channel list. You can filter the listed channels or make advanced changes in the current list using the Filter and Edit tab options. Highlight the tab you want and press OK to see available options. Managing the Favourite Lists You can create four different lists of your favourite channels. Enter the TV>Channels menu or press the OK button in order to open the Channels menu. Highlight the Edit tab and press OK to see the editing options and select the Tag/Untag channel option. Select the desired channel on the list by pressing the OK button while the channel is highlighted. You can make multiple choices. You can also use the Tag/ Untag all option to select all channels on the list. Then press Back/Return button to return to the Edit menu options. Select Add/Remove Favourites option and press the OK button again. Favourite channel list options will be displayed. Set the desired list option to On. The selected channel/s will be added to the list. In order to remove a channel or channels from a favourite list follow the same steps and set the desired list option to Off. You can use the filtering function in the Channels menu to filter the channels in the channel list permanently according to your preferences. For instance, using the options of the Filter tab, you can set one of your four favourite lists to be displayed every time the channel list is opened. Configuring Parental Settings The Parental menu options can be used to prohibit users from viewing of certain programmes, channels and using of menus. These settings are located in the Settings> System>Parental menu. To display parental lock menu options, a PIN should be entered. After coding the correct PIN, Parental menu will be displayed. Menu Lock: This setting enables or disables access to all menus or installation menus of the TV. Maturity Lock: If this option is set, TV gets the maturity information from the broadcast and if this maturity level is disabled, prohibits access to the broadcast. Note: If the country option in the First Time Installation is set as France, Italy or Austria, Maturity Lock’s value will be set to 18 as default. Child Lock: If this option is set to On, the TV can only be controlled by the remote control. In this case the control buttons on the TV will not work. Internet Lock: If this option is set to ON, the internet using applications will be disabled. Set to OFF to release these applications again. Set PIN: Defines a new PIN number. Default CICAM PIN: This option will appear as greyed out if no CI module is inserted into the CI slot of the TV. You can change the default PIN of the CI CAM using this option. Note: Default PIN could have been set to 0000 or 1234. If you have defined the PIN(is requested depending on the country selection) during the First Time Installation use the PIN that you have defined. Some options may not be available depending on the model and/or on the country selection in the First Time Installation. Electronic Programme Guide By means of electronic programme guide function of your TV you can browse the event schedule of the currently installed channels on your channel list. It depends on the related broadcast whether this feature is supported or not. To access the programme guide, press the Guide button on your remote. You can also use the Guide option under TV menu. There are 2 different types of schedule layouts available, Timeline Schedule and Now/Next. To switch between these layouts highlight the tab with the name of the alternative layout on the upper side of the screen and press OK. Use the directional buttons to navigate through the programme guide. Use the Back/Return button to use the tab options on the upper side of the screen. Timeline Schedule In this layout option, all events of the listed channels will be displayed by timeline. You can use the directional buttons to scroll through the list of the events. Highlight an event and press OK to display event options menu. Press Back/Return button to use available tab options. Highlight Filter tab and press OK to see the filtering options. To change the layout highlight Now/Next and press OK. You can use the Previous Day and Next Day options to display the events of the previous and next day. Highlight Extras tab and press OK to access below options. Highlight Genre: Displays Highlight Genre menu. Select a genre and press OK. The events in the programme guide matching the selected genre will be highlighted. Guide Search: Displays searching options. Using these options, you can search the programme guide database in accordance with the selected criteria. Matching results will be listed. Now: Displays current event of the highlighted channel.
English - 23 - Zoom: Highlight and press OK to see events in a wider time interval. Now/Next Schedule In this layout option, only the current and next events of the listed channels will be displayed. You can use the directional buttons to scroll through the list of the events. Press Back/Return button to use available tab options. Highlight Filter tab and press OK to see the filtering options. To change the layout highlight Timeline Schedule and press OK. Event Options Use the directional buttons to highlight an event and press OK button to display Options menu. The following options are available. Select Channel: Using this option, you can switch to the selected channel in order to watch it. The programme guide will be closed. More Info: Display detailed information on the selected event. Use up and down directional buttons to scroll through the text. Set Timer on Event / Delete Timer on Event: Select Set Timer on Event option and press OK. You can set timers for future events. To cancel an already set timer, highlight that event and press the OK button. Then select Delete Timer on Event option. The timer will be cancelled. Notes: You cannot switch to any other channel while there is an active timer on the current channel. It is not possible to set timer for two or more individual events at the same time interval. Teletext Services Press the Text button to enter. Press again to activate mix mode, which allows you to see the teletext page and the TV broadcast at the same time. Press once more to exit. If available, sections in the teletext pages will become colour-coded and can be selected by pressing the coloured buttons. Follow the instructions displayed on the screen. Digital Teletext Press the Text button to view digital teletext information. Operate it with the coloured buttons, cursor buttons and the OK button. The operation method may differ depending on the contents of the digital teletext. Follow the instructions displayed on the digital teletext screen. When the Text button is pressed again, the TV returns to television broadcast. Software Upgrade Your TV is capable of finding and updating the firmware automatically via the broadcast signal or via Internet. Software upgrade search via user interface On the main menu select Settings>System and then More. Navigate to Software upgrade and press the OK button. Then select Scan for upgrade and press OK button to check for a new software upgrade. If a new upgrade is found, it starts to download the upgrade. After the download is completed, a warning will be displayed, press OK button to complete software upgrade process and restart TV. 3 AM search and upgrade mode Your TV will search for new upgrades at 3:00 o’clock if Automatic scanning option is set to Enabled and if the TV is connected to an aerial signal or to Internet. If a new software is found and downloaded successfully, it will be installed at the next power on. Note: Do not unplug the power cord while led is blinking during the reboot process. If the TV fails to come on after the upgrade, unplug, wait for two minutes then plug it back in. All updates are automatically controlled. If a manual search is carried out and no software is found then this is the current version. Troubleshooting & Tips TV will not turn on Make sure the power cord is plugged in securely to a wall outlet. Press the Power button on the TV. Poor picture • Check if you have correctly tuned the TV. • Low signal level can cause picture distortion. Please check antenna connections. • Check if you have entered the correct channel frequency if you have performed manual tuning. No picture • TV is not receiving any signal. Make sure the correct source has been selected. • Is the antenna connected properly? • Is the antenna cable damaged? • Are suitable plugs used to connect the antenna? • If you are in doubt, consult your dealer. No sound • Check if the TV sound is muted. Press the Mute button or increase the volume to check. • Sound may be coming from only one speaker. Check the balance settings from Sound menu. Remote control - no operation • The batteries may be exhausted. Replace the batteries. • The batteries maybe inserted incorrectly. Refer to the section “Inserting the Batteries into the Remote”. No signal on an input source • It is possible that no device is connected. • Check the AV cables and connections from your device. • Check the device is switched on.
English - 24 - PC Input Typical Display Modes The following table is an illustration of some of the typical video display modes. Your TV may not support all resolutions. Index Resolution Frequency 1 640x350 85Hz 2 640x480 60Hz 3 640x480 72Hz 4 640x480 75Hz 5 800x600 56Hz 6 800x600 60Hz 7 800x600 72Hz 8 800x600 75Hz 9 1024x768 60Hz 10 1024x768 70Hz 11 1024x768 75Hz 12 1024x768 85Hz 13 1152x864 75Hz 14 1280x768 60Hz 15 1280x768 75Hz 16 1280x960 60Hz 17 1280x960 75Hz 18 1280x1024 60Hz 19 1280x1024 75Hz 20 1360x768 60Hz 21 1366x768 60Hz 22 1400x1050 59Hz 23 1400x1050 60Hz 24 1400x1050 75Hz 25 1440x900 60Hz 26 1440x900 75Hz 27 1600x1200 60Hz 28 1680x1050 59Hz 29 1680x1050 60Hz 30 1920x1080 60Hz AV and HDMI Signal Compatibility Source Supported Signals Available Back AV PAL O SECAM O NTSC4.43 O NTSC3.58 O YPbPr 480i, 480p 60Hz O 576i, 576p 50Hz O 720p 50Hz,60Hz O 1080i 50Hz,60Hz O HDMI 480i 60Hz O 480p 60Hz O 576i, 576p 50Hz O 720p 50Hz,60Hz O 1080i 50Hz,60Hz O 1080p 24Hz, 25Hz, 30Hz, 50Hz, 60Hz O 3840x2160p 24Hz, 25Hz, 30Hz, 50Hz, 60Hz O 4096x2160p 24Hz, 25Hz, 30Hz, 50Hz, 60Hz O (X: Not Available, O: Available) In some cases a signal on the TV may not be displayed properly. The problem may be an inconsistency with standards from the source equipment (DVD, Set-top box, etc. ). If you do experience such a problem please contact your dealer and also the manufacturer of the source equipment.
English - 25 - Supported File Formats for USB Mode Video File Formats Video Codec Resolution Bit Rate Container MPEG1/2 1080Px2@30fps, 1080P@60fps 40Mbps MPEG program stream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG), MPEG transport stream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), AVI (.avi), MKV (.mkv), ASF (.asf) MPEG4 MPEG program stream (.MPG, .MPEG), MP4 (.mp4, .mov), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), AVI (.avi), MKV (.mkv), ASF (.asf) Sorenson H.263 FLV (.flv), AVI (.avi), SWF(.swf) H.263 MP4 (.mp4, .mov), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), AVI (.avi), MKV (.mkv) H.264 3840x2160@30fps, 1080P@60fps 135Mbps FLV (.flv), MP4 (.mp4, .mov), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MPEG transport stream (.ts, .trp, .tp), ASF (.asf), AVI (.avi), MKV (.mkv) Motion JPEG 720P@30fps 10Mbps AVI (.avi), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov), MKV (.mkv), ASF (.asf) VP8 1080P@30fps 20Mbps MKV (.mkv), WebM (.webm) HEVC/H.265 4K2K@60fps 100Mbps MP4 (.mp4, .mov), MKV (.mkv), MPEG transport stream (.ts, .trp, .tp) 1080P@60fps 50Mbps MP4 (.mp4, .mov), MKV (.mkv), MPEG transport stream (.ts, .trp, .tp), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp) VP9 4K2K@30fps 100Mbps MKV (.mkv), WebM (.webm) Picture File Formats Image Photo Resolution (width x height) JPEG Base-line 15360x8640 Progressive 1024x768 PNG non-interlace 9600x6400 interlace 1200x800 BMP 9600x6400 Audio File Formats Audio Codec Sample rate Bit Rate Container MPEG1/2 Layer1 16KHz ~ 48KHz 32Kbps ~ 448Kbps MP3 (.mp3), AVI (.avi), ASF (.asf), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), MPEG transport stream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MPEG program stream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG), WAV (.wav) MPEG1/2 Layer2 16KHz ~ 48KHz 8Kbps ~ 384Kbps MP3 (.mp3), AVI (.avi), ASF (.asf), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), MPEG transport stream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MPEG program stream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG), WAV (.wav) MPEG1/2 Layer3 16KHz ~ 48KHz 8Kbps ~ 320Kbps MP3 (.mp3), AVI (.avi), ASF (.asf), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov, m4a), MPEG transport stream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MPEG program stream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG), FLV (.flv), WAV (.wav), SWF (.swf) AC3 32KHz, 44.1KHz, 48KHz 32Kbps ~ 640Kbps AC3 (.ac3), AVI (.avi), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov, m4a), MPEG transport stream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MPEG program stream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG) EAC3 32KHz, 44.1KHz, 48KHz 32Kbps ~ 6 Mbps EAC3 (.ec3), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov, m4a), MPEG transport stream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MPEG program stream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG)
English - 26 - Audio Codec Sample rate Bit Rate Container AAC, HEAAC 8KHz ~ 48KHz AAC (.aac), AVI (.avi), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov, m4a), MPEG transport stream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MPEG program stream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG), FLV (.flv), RM (.ra) WMA 8KHz ~ 48KHz 128bps ~ 320Kbps ASF (.wma, .asf), AVI (.avi), Matroska (.mkv, .mka) WMA 10 Pro M0 48KHz < 192kbps WMA 10 Pro M1 48KHz < 384kbps WMA 10 Pro M2 96KHz < 768kbps G711 A/mu-law 8KHz 64Kbps ~ 128Kbps WAV (.wav), AVI (.avi), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov, m4a) LBR (cook) 8KHz, 11.025KHz, 22.05KHz, 44.1KHz 6Kbps ~ 128Kbps RM (.ra) FLAC 8KHz~96KHz < 1.6Mbps Matroska (.mkv, .mka) Subtitle File Formats Internal Subtitles Extension Container Subtitle Code dat, mpg, mpeg, vob MPG, MPEG DVD Subtitle ts, trp, tp TS DVB Subtitle mp4 MP4 DVD Subtitle UTF-8 Plain Text mkv MKV ASS SSA UTF-8 Plain Text VobSub DVD Subtitle avi AVI (1.0, 2.0), DMF0,1, 2 XSUB XSUB+ External Subtitles Extension Subtitle Parser Remark .srt Subrip .ssa/ .ass SubStation Alpha .smi SAMI .sub SubViewer MicroDVD DVDSusbtitleSystem SubIdx (VobSub) SubViewer 1.0 & 2.0 Only .txt TMPlayer
English - 27 - Supported DVI Resolutions When connecting devices to your TV’s connectors by using DVI converter cable(DVI to HDMI cable - not supplied), you can refer to the following resolution information. 56Hz 60Hz 66Hz 70Hz 72Hz 75Hz 640x480 x x 800x600 x x x 1024x768 x x x 1280x768 x x 1280x960 x 1360x768 x 1366x768 x 1280x1024 x x x 1400x1050 x 1600x900 x 1920x1080 x
English - 28 - Connectivity Wired Connectivity To Connect to a Wired Network • You must have a modem/router connected to an active broadband connection. • Connect your TV to your modem/router via an Ethernet cable. There is a LAN port at the rear (back) of your TV. 2 3 1 1. Broadband ISP connection 2. LAN (Ethernet) cable 3. LAN input on the rear side of the TV To configure wired settings refer to the Network section in the Settings menu. • You might be able to connect your TV to your LAN depending on your network’s configuration. In such a case, use an Ethernet cable to connect your TV directly to the network wall outlet. 1 2 1. Network wall socket 2. LAN input on the rear side of the TV Configuring Wired Device Settings Network Type The Network Type can be selected as Wired Device, Wireless Device or Disabled, in accordance with the active connection to the TV set. Select this as Wired Device if you are connecting via an Ethernet cable. Internet Speed Test Highlight Internet Speed Test and press the OK button. TV will check the internet connection bandwidth and display the result when complete. Advanced Settings Highlight Advanced Settings and press the OK button. On the next screen you can change the IP and DNS settings of the TV. Highlight the desired one and press Left or Right button to change the setting from Automatic to Manual. Now you can enter the Manual IP and / or Manual DNS values. Select the related item in the drop down menu and enter the new values using the numeric buttons of the remote. Highlight Save and press the OK button to save settings when complete. Wireless Connectivity To Connect to a Wireless Network The TV cannot connect to the networks with a hidden SSID. To make your modem’s SSID visible, you should change your SSID settings via the modem’s software. 1 1. Broadband ISP connection A Wireless-N router (IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n) with simultaneous 2.4 and 5 GHz bands is designed to increase bandwidth. These are optimized for smoother and faster HD video streaming, file transfers and wireless gaming. • The frequency and channel differ depending on the area. • The transmission speed differs depending on the distance and number of obstructions between the transmission products, the configuration of these products, the radio wave conditions, the line traffic and the products that you use. The transmission may also be cut off or may get disconnected depending on the radio wave conditions, DECT phones or any other WLAN 11b appliances. The standard values of the transmission speed are the theoretical maximum values for the wireless standards. They are not the actual speeds of data transmission.
English - 30 - on a remote device connected to the same local area network, such as a smartphone. Your TV is WoL and WoWLAN compatible. This feature might be disabled during the First Time Installation process. To enable this feature set the Wake On option in the Network menu as On. It is necessary that both the device, from which the network message will be sent to the TV, and the TV are connected to the same network. Wake On feature is only supported forAndroid OS devices and can only be used via YouTube and Netflix applications. In order to use this feature the TV and the remote device should be connected at least once while the TV is on. If the TV is powered off, the connection should be re-established, the next time it is switched on. Otherwise this feature will be unavailable. This does not apply, when the TV is switched into the standby mode. If you want your TV to consume less power in standby mode, you can disable this feature by setting the Wake On option as Off. Connectivity Troubleshooting Wireless Network Not Available • Ensure that any firewalls of your network allow the TV wireless connection. • Try searching for wireless networks again, using the Network menu screen. If the wireless network does not function properly, try using the wired network in your home. Refer to the Wired Connectivity section for more information on the process. If the TV does not function using the wired connection, check the modem (router). If the router does not have a problem, check the internet connection of your modem. Connection is Slow See the instruction book of your wireless modem to get information on the internal service area, connection speed, signal quality and other settings. You need to have a high speed connection for your modem. Disruption during playback or slow reactions You could try the following in such a case: Keep at least three meters distance from microwave ovens, mobile telephones, bluetooth devices or any other WLAN compatible devices. Try changing the active channel on the WLAN router. Internet Connection Not Available / Audio Video Sharing Not Working If the MAC address (a unique identifier number) of your PC or modem has been permanently registered, it is possible that your TV might not connect to the internet. In such a case, the MAC address is authenticated each time when you connect to the internet. This is a precaution against unauthorized access. Since your TV has its own MAC address, your internet service provider cannot validate the MAC address of your TV. For this reason, your TV cannot connect to the internet. Contact your internet service provider and request information on how to connect a different device, such as your TV, to the internet. It is also possible that the connection may not be available due to a firewall problem. If you think this causes your problem, contact your internet service provider.Afirewall might be the reason of a connectivity and discovery problem while using the TV in Audio Video Sharing mode or while browsing viaAudio Video Sharing feature. Invalid Domain Ensure that you have already logged on to your PC with an authorized username/password and also ensure that your domain is active, prior to sharing any files in your media server program on your PC. If the domain is invalid, this might cause problems while browsing files in Audio Video Sharing mode. Using Audio Video Sharing Network Service Audio Video Sharing feature uses a standard that eases the viewing process of digital electronics and makes them more convenient to use on a home network. This standard allows you to view and play photos, music and videos stored in the media server connected to your home network. 1. Server Software Installation The Audio Video Sharing feature cannot be used if the server programme is not installed onto your PC or if the required media server software is not installed onto the companion device. Prepare your PC with a proper server programme. 2. Connect to a Wired or Wireless Network See the Wired/Wireless Connectivity chapters for detailed configuration information. 3. Enable Audio Video Sharing Enter the Settings>System>More menu and enable the AVS option. 4. Play Shared Files via Media Browser Highlight the AVS option in the Sources menu by using the directional buttons and press OK. Available media server devices in the network will be listed. Select one and press OK to continue. The media browser will then be displayed. Refer to the Media Browser menu section for further information on file playback. If a problem occurs with the network, switch your television off at the wall socket and back on again. Trick mode and jump are not supported with the Audio Video Sharing feature.
English - 31 - PC/HDD/Media Player or any other devices that are compatible should be used with a wired connection for higher playback quality. Use a LAN connection for quicker file sharing between other devices like computers. Note: There may be some PC’s which may not be able to utilize the Audio Video Sharing feature due to administrator and security settings (such as business PC’s). Apps You can access the applications installed on your TV from Apps menu. Highlight an app and press OK to launch. In order to manage the apps installed on your TV, add new apps from the market or to see all available apps in full screen mode highlight the Add More option and press OK. Using this menu option you can add an installed app to Home menu, launch or remove it. Removed apps will no longer be accessible from Apps menu. You can also add new apps from the market. In order to enter the market highlight the shopping basket logo located on the upper left side of the screen and press OK. Available apps in the market will be displayed. Use directional buttons to highlight an app and press OK. Highlight Add to Apps option and press OK again to add the selected app to Apps menu. For quick access to Add More menu you can press the Internet button on the remote, if this button is available. Notes: Possible application dependent problems may be caused by the content service provider. Third party internet services may change, be discontinued or restricted at any time. Internet Browser To use the internet browser, enter the Apps menu first. Then launch the internet browser application which has an orange coloured logo with earth symbol on it. In the initial screen of the browser, the thumbnails of the predefined (if any) links to web sites available will be displayed as Speed Dial options along with the Edit Speed Dial and the Add to Speed Dial options. To navigate the web browser, use the directional buttons on the remote or a connected mouse. To see the browser options bar, move the cursor to the top of the page or press the Back/Return button. History, Tabs and Bookmarks options and the browser bar which contains previous/next buttons, the refresh button, the address/search bar, the Speed Dial and the Vewd buttons are available. To add a desired website to the Speed Dial list for quick access, move the cursor to the top of the page or press the Back/Return button. The browser bar will appear. Highlight the Speed Dial - button and press the OK button. Then select Add to Speed Dial option and press the OK button. Fill in the blanks for Name and Address, highlight OK and press the OK button to add. Whilst you are on the site you wish to add to the Speed Dial list, highlight the Vewd button and press the OK button. Then highlight Add to Speed Dial option in the submenu and press the OK button again. Name and Address will be filled automatically according to the site you are visiting. Highlight OK and press the OK button to add. You can also use the Vewd menu options to manage the browser. Highlight the Vewd button and press the OK button to see available page specific and general options. There are various ways to search or visit websites using the web browser. Enter the address of a website(URL) into the search/ address bar and highlight the Submit button on the virtual keyboard and press the OK button to visit the site. Enter keyword/s into the search/address bar and highlight the Submit button on the virtual keyboard and press the OK button to start a search for the related websites. Highlight a Speed Dial thumbnail and press the OK button to visit the related website. Your TV is compatible with USB mice. Plug your mouse or wireless mouse adaptor into the USB input of your TV for easier and quicker navigation. Some web pages include flash content. These are not supported by the browser. Your TV does not support any download processes from the internet via the browser. All sites on the internet might not be supported. According to the site; content problems may occur. In some circumstances video contents might not be able to be played. HBBTV System HbbTV (Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV) is a new industry standard that seamlessly combines TV services delivered via broadcast with services delivered via broadband and also enables access to Internet only services for consumers using connected TVs and set- top boxes. Services delivered through HbbTV include traditional broadcast TV channels, catch-up services, video-on-demand, electronic programme guide, interactive advertising, personalisation, voting, games, social networking and other multimedia applications. HbbTV applications are available on channels where they are signalled by the broadcaster (currently various channels onAstra broadcast HbbTV applications). The broadcaster marks one application as “autostart” and this one is started by the platform automatically. The autostart applications are generally launched with a small red button icon to notify the user that there is an HbbTV application on that channel. Press the red
English - 32 - button to open the application page. After the page is displayed you can go back to the initial red button icon state by pressing the red button again. You can toggle between the red button icon mode and full UI mode of the application via pressing red button. It should be noted that the red button switching capability is provided by the application and some application may behave differently. If you switch to another channel while an HbbTV application is active (either in red button icon mode or full UI mode), the following scenarios can occur. • The application can continue running. • The application can be terminated. • The application can be terminated and another autostart red button application can be launched. HbbTV allows the applications to be retrieved both from broadband or broadcast. The broadcaster may enable both ways or one of them. If the platform does not have an operational broadband connection, the platform can still launch applications transmitted on broadcast. The autostart red button applications generally provide links to other applications.An example of this is shown below. The user then can switch to other applications by using the links provided. The applications should provide a way to terminate themselves, usually Exit button is used for this. Figure a: Start bar application Figure b: Electronic programme guide application, broadcast video is shown on the left bottom, can be terminated by pressing 0. HbbTV applications use keys on the remote control to interact with the user. When an HbbTV application is launched, the control of some keys are owned by the application. For example, numeric channel selection may not work on a teletext application where the numbers indicate teletext pages. HbbTV requires AV streaming capability for the platform. There are numerous applications providing VOD (video on demand) and catch-up TV services. The user can use play, pause, stop, forward, and rewind keys on the remote control to interact with the AV content. Note: You can enable or disable this feature from the More menu in Settings>System menu. Depending on the model of your TV and the selected country option in the First Time Installation this feature might be available in the Settings>System>Privacy Settings menu instead of the Settings>System>More menu.
Français - 60 - Code audio Taux d'échantillon Taux binaire Support AAC, HEAAC 8KHz ~ 48KHz AAC (.aac), AVI (.avi), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov, m4a), flux de transport MPEG (.ts, .trp, .tp), flux de programme MPEG (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG), FLV (.flv), RM (.ra) WMA 8KHz ~ 48KHz 128 bps ~ 320 Kbps ASF (.wma, .asf), AVI (.avi), Matroska (.mkv, .mka) WMA 10 Pro M0 48KHz < 192kbps WMA 10 Pro M1 48KHz < 384kbps WMA 10 Pro M2 96KHz < 768kbps G711 A/mu-law 8KHz 64 Kbps ~ 128 Kbps WAV (.wav), AVI (.avi), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov, m4a) LBR (cook) 8KHz, 11,025KHz, 22,05KHz, 44,1KHz 6 Kbps ~ 128 Kbps RM (.ra) FLAC 8 KHz~96 KHz < 1.6Mbps Matroska (.mkv, .mka) Format de Fichier Sous-titres Sous-titrages internes Extension Support Code de sous-titrage dat, mpg, mpeg, vob MPG, MPEG Sous-titrage DVD ts, trp, tp TS Sous-titrage DVB mp4 MP4 Sous-titrage DVD UTF-8 Texte complet mkv MKV ASS SSA UTF-8 Texte complet VobSub DVD Sous-titrage DVD avi AVI (1.0, 2.0), DMF0,1, 2 XSUB XSUB+ Sous-titres externes Extension Analyseur de sous-titre Remarque .srt Subrip .ssa/ .ass Sous-station Alpha .smi SAMI .sub SubViewer MicroDVD Système de sous- titrage DVD SubIdx (VobSub) SubViewer 1.0 & 2.0 Exclusivement .txt TMPlayer
Deutsch - 95 - Beim USB Modus unterstützte Dateiformate Videodateiformate Video-Codec Auflösung Bitrate Behälter MPEG1/2 1080Px2@30fps, 1080P@60fps <40Mbps MPEG Programmstream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG), MPEG Transportstream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), AVI (.avi), MKV (.mkv), ASF (.asf) <MPEG4 MPEG Programmstream (.MPG, .MPEG), MP4 (.mp4, .mov), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), AVI (.avi), MKV (.mkv), ASF (.asf) Sorenson H.263 FLV (.flv), AVI (.avi), SWF (.swf) <H.263 MP4 (.mp4, .mov), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), AVI (.avi), MKV (.mkv) <H.264 3840x2160@30fps, 1080P@60fps <135Mbps FLV (.flv), MP4 (.mp4, .mov), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MPEG Transportstream (.ts, .trp, .tp), ASF (.asf), AVI (.avi), MKV (.mkv) Motion JPEG 720P@30fps <10Mbps AVI (.avi), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov), MKV (.mkv), ASF (.asf) <VP8 1080P@30fps <20Mbps MKV (.mkv), WebM (.webm) HEVC/H.265 4K2K@60fps <100Mbps MP4 (.mp4, .mov), MKV (.mkv), MPEG Transportstream (.ts, .trp, .tp) 1080P@60fps <50Mbps MP4 (.mp4, .mov), MKV (.mkv), MPEG Transportstream (.ts, .trp, .tp), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp) <VP9 4K2K@30fps <100Mbps MKV (.mkv), WebM (.webm) Bilddateiformate Bild Foto Auflösung (Breite x Höhe) JPEG Baseline <15360x8640 Progressiv <1024x768 PNG non-interlace <9600x6400 Interlace <1200x800 BMP <9600x6400 Audiodateiformate Audio-Codec Sample-Rate Bitrate Behälter MPEG1/2 Layer1 16KHz ~ 48KHz 32Kbps ~ 448Kbps MP3 (.mp3), AVI (.avi), ASF (.asf), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), MPEG Tansportstream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MPEG Programmstream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG), WAV (.wav) MPEG1/2 Layer2 16KHz ~ 48KHz 8Kbps ~ 384Kbps MP3 (.mp3), AVI (.avi), ASF (.asf), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), MPEG Tansportstream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MPEG Programmstream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG), WAV (.wav) MPEG1/2 Layer3 16KHz ~ 48KHz 8Kbps ~ 320Kbps MP3 (.mp3), AVI (.avi), ASF (.asf), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov, m4a), MPEG Transportstream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MPEG Programmstream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG), FLV (.flv), WAV (.wav), SWF (.swf) <AC3 32KHz, 44,1KHz, 48KHz 32Kbps ~ 640Kbps AC3 (.ac3), AVI (.avi), Matroska (.mkv, .mka), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov, m4a), MPEG Transportstream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MPEG Programmstream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG) <EAC3 32KHz, 44,1KHz, 48KHz 32Kbps ~ 6 Mbps EAC3 (.ec3), 3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp), MP4 (.mp4, .mov, m4a), MPEG Transportstream (.ts, .trp, .tp), MPEG program stream (.DAT, .VOB, .MPG, .MPEG)
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