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  • Brand: Superior
  • Product: Television
  • Model/name: SP 2051
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, German

Table of Contents

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User manual
Model No. SP 2051 LCD
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Safety Instructions	 23
Specifications	 24
Features	 24
Installation of device on the wall (optional)	 25
Remote Control Buttons	 26
•	Inserting batteries in the remote control handset	 26
Front Panel and Peripheral	 27
Connect Peripheral Equipment	 27
•	Via the Euroconnector	 27
•	Via Ant Input	 27
•	Decoder	 28
•	TV and video recorder	 28
•	Playback NTSC	 28
•	Copy Facility	 28
•	Camera and Camcorder	 28
•	Connect the decoder to the video recorder	 28
•	Connecting Headphones	 28
•	Audio Line-out	 28
Switching the TV ON/OFF	 28
•	To switch the TV on	 28
•	To switch the TV off	 29
Navigating the Menu System	 29
Menu System	 29
•	Menü Map	 29
•	Sound Menu	30
•	Picture Menu	30
•	Feature Menu	31
•	Install Menu	31
Other Features	34
•	TV Status	34
•	Mute Indicator	34
•	AV Modes	34
•	Personal Preferences (PP)	34
•	Menu System in AV Modes	34
Teletext	34
•	Special Teletext Functions	35
Fastext (optional)	35
TOP text	35
Tips		35
•	Care of the Screen	35
•	Poor Picture	35
•	No Picture	35
•	Sound	35
•	Remote Control	36
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1. Power Source
Connect your unit only to a power outlet that was
installed according to regulations. Do not use a
table socket outlet or an extension cord.
The voltage listed on the type plate must correspond
to the voltage of your power network.
2. Power Cord
When installing the power cord, please be sure that
it does not pose a tripping-hazard.
Keep the device, power cord and plug away from
hot surfaces, open flames and sharp edges.
Do not place heavy objects on top of the power
Please be sure that the power connection is easily
When pulling the power plug, always pull on the
plug, never on the cable.
3. Moisture and Water
Do not operate this device in wet rooms. Ensure
that no fluid or foreign objects enter into the
housing. Never place vessels containing fluids on
the unit. If any fluid should enter into the device,
immediately pull the power plug.
Do not submerge the device, the power cord or
power plug in water or other fluids. Danger to life
by electric shock!
Do not touch the device, the power cord or power
plug with wet or damp hands.
•	 Avoid from dripping or splashing.
4. Location
Keep this device away from heat sources, e.g.
radiators or open flames. Do not place objects with
open flame, like burning candles or similar near the
•	 Place the device only on a level and sturdy surface.
Disposal Information	37
Service / Warranty	37
Some basic safety instructions must be observed when handling electronic devices. To avoid the
hazard of burns, electric shock, fires and/or personal injuries, please read this user manual prior
to using your device and observe these instructions when handling your device.
Keep this user manual for future use.
When passing this unit on to third parties, please also hand over this user manual.
Ensure that the device is located in a dry and dust-
free environment.
•	 Avoid direct sunlight.
•	 Do not use the device outdoors.
5. Maintenance and Care
Pull the power plug out of the power outlet prior to
Do not submerge the unit, the power cord or power
plug in water or other fluids. Danger to life by
electric shock!
Do not use any fluids or cleaning agents. Use only
a dry, soft cloth to clean your unit.
6. Ventilation
The openings and vents located on the housing are
for ventilation purposes. Do not cover or otherwise
obstruct these openings and vents, this could lead to
overheating of your device.
For ventilation, leave a space of at least 10 cm free
all around the set.
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Safety instructions / SPECIFICATIONS /
•	 Remote controlled colour television.
100 programmes from VHF, UHF bands or cable
channels can be preset.
•	 It can tune cable channels.
Controlling the TV is very easy by its menu driven
It has 2 Scart sockets for external devices
(such as video, video games, audio set, etc.)
•	 Stereo sound system (German+Nicam).
•	 Full function Teletext.
	 Fastext (10 Pages), TOP text.
•	 Favorite Channel
•	 Channel Lock
•	 Headphone connection.
•	 A.P.S. (Automatic Programming System).
•	 All programmes can be named.
7. Thunder storms
In case of thunder storms or if the device is not used
for a longer period of time, please pull the power
plug. In case you leave the device for a longer
period of time, also remove the batteries from the
remote control.
8. Servicing
Do not use this device if it is damaged, if it was
dropped or otherwise malfunctions.
Regularly check the device, the power cord and
the power plug for visible damages. Do not use the
device if you notice any damages. Do not attempt
to open or repair the device yourself.
•	 Only qualified staff may perform repairs.
9. Children
Children cannot recognize the dangers inherent in
handling electronic devices. Keep children away
from this device. Please be extremely observant
when using this device in the presence of children!
Keep packaging material, like plastic bags and
styrofoam particles away from children. Danger of
10. General information
•	 Do not leave the device unattended while it is in use.
Do not leave your TV at Stand-by or operating
when you leave your house.
To prevent any fault and unsafe situations, please
do not place any objects on top of the set.
This device is intended only for private use, not for
commercial use.
Model No.	 SP 2051 LCD
TV-Broadcasting	 PAL/SECAM B/G
K K’ I/I’ L/L’
Receiving Channels	 VHF (BAND I/III)
Number of preset 	 100
Channel Indicator	 On Screen Display
RF-Aerial Input	 75 Ohm (unbalanced)
Operating Voltage	 220-240 V AC 50 Hz
Audio-Output	 German + Nicam Stereo
Audio-Output Power 	 2 x 8
(Wrms.) (%10 THD) 	
Power Consumption (max.)	 70 W / 0,8 W (Stand-by)
Panel	 4:3 display
	 20” Screen Size
D x L x H (with Foot)	 129 x 680 x 415 mm
D x L x H (without Foot)	 90 x 587 x 403 mm
Weight	 8,3 kg (with Foot)
	 7,6 kg (without Foot)
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Features /
Installation of device on the wall
•	 Forward or backward automatic tuning.
•	 Sleep timer.
•	 Child Lock.
•	 Automatic sound mute when no transmission.
•	 NTSC Playback.
•	 AV in and S-VHS in are available.
•	 AVL (Automatic Volume Limiting)
When no valid signal is detected, after 5 minutes
the TV switches itself automatically to stand-by
•	 PLL (Frequency Search)
•	 Audio Line-out
Installation of device on the wall (optional)
To install the TFT TV on the wall, first of all, foot
assembly should be removed. Unscrew the 2 screws
that attach the foot top cover and the 4 screws that
attach the foot to the TFT panel and remove the foot
assembly from the TFT panel.
Place the 4 hangers to the circular screw holes at
the rear of the TV and screw them to the TFT panel
with 4 (M4 x10) screws.
Decide the place on the wall where the TFT panel
would be placed. Level and mark with a pencil the
4 mounting points on the wall hanger. Drill pilot
holes for the plastic anchors and then fix the wall
hanger with 4 screws (4x30).
Raise the TFT panel and hang it to the holes on the
wall bracket from the 4 hanging screws at the rear
of the TFT panel.
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Remote control buttons
(1)		 Stand By
(2)	 0 - 9	 Direct Programme
(3)	 P < P	 Previous Programme
(4)	 	 Programme Up (Cursor Up)
(5)		 Info
(6)	 VOL+ E	 Volume Up (Cursor Right)
(7)	 PP	 Personal preference
(8)		 Programme Down (Cursor Down)
(9)		 Mute
(10)	Yellow	Feature
(11)	 Blue	 Install
(12)		 Hold
(13)		 Update, No function
(14)		 Index Page
(15)		 Reveal, PC = No function
(16)		 Expand, Image size
(17)		 Mix, No function
(18)		 Teletext
(19)		 Time
(20)	 Red	 Sound
(21)	 Green	 Picture
(22)	 TV	 TV / Quit Menu
(23)	 AV	 External Source (TV, EXT1, EXT2, SVHS)
(24)	 I - II	 Mono/Stereo - Dual I-II
(25)	 OK	 Okay (Store)
(26)	 F -VOL	 Volume Down (Cursor Left)
(27)	 MENU	 Menu
(28)	 - -	 Double Digit
Remote Control Buttons
Inserting Batteries In The Remote
Control Handset
WARNING: Remote control is battery included.
A plastic protector is used to disconnect the batteries in
order to prevent the battery life from reducing. Please
remove the plastic protector before the first use.
Remove the battery cover located on the back of
the handset by gently pulling backwards from the
indicated part.
Insert a CR2025 or equivalent type of battery inside
and then replace the battery cover.
Note: Remove the battery from remote control
handset when it is not to be used for a long period.
Otherwise it can be damaged due to any leakage of
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A	 Power Cable
B	 Audio Line-out (L, R)
C	 Audio Input (L, R)
D	 Video Input
E	 S-VHS Input
H	 Antenna
I	 Headphone
Via The Scart
The TV has 2 Scart sockets. If you want to connect
peripherals (e.g. video, decoder, etc.) which have
Scart sockets to the TV, you can use SCART socket of
the TV.
Note: If an external device is connected via the Scart
sockets, the TV will automatically switch to AV mode.
If both sockets are employed at the same time,
SCART 1 becomes the preferential.
Via Aerial Input
If the device you want to connect does not have a Scart
socket, you should connect it to the Aerial input of the TV.
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If the VCR is connected via Aerial input, it is suggested
to use Programme 0.
If you are subscribed to cable TV offers, the organisa-
tion will supply you a corresponding decoder unit to
allow the programmes to be unscrambled.
For further information consult your dealer.
Connect a decoder with an aerial socket to
the TV
•	 Connect the aerial cable.
Connect a decoder without an aerial socket to
the TV
Connect the decoder to the EXTERNAL socket of TV
with a RCA cable. Through the SCART/RCA socket
of the decoder, you may attain a better display
TV And Video Recorder
•	 Connect the aerial cables.
Better picture quality can be obtained if you also
connect a Scart cable to SCART sockets.
Playback NTSC
Connect NTSC VCR player to a Scart socket of the TV.
Then, press the “AV” button to select EXT1 or EXT2.
Copy Facility
Source selection for VCR recording.
•	 Select Feature menu.
•	 Select SCART 2 Out by pressing F / E button.
For copying the picture that comes from the tuner,
select SCART 1.
Camera And Camcorder
To Connect To AV Input
Connect your camera or camcorder to EXT3 input of
the TV.
Connect your equipment to the TV via VIDEO
(yellow), AUDIO R (red) and AUDIO L (white)
inputs. You must connect the jacks into the input with
the same colour.
To Connect To S-VHS Input
Connect your camera or camcorder S-VHS input of the TV.
Connect your equipment to the TV via S-VHS input
and audio inputs of AV inputs by using S-VHS cables.
Connect The Decoder To The Video Recorder
Some video recorders have a special Scart socket for
Connect a Scart cable to the Scart socket of your
decoder and to the special Scart socket of your video
recorder. Refer to the booklet of your video recorder.
Connecting Headphones
Use the stereo headphone socket of the TV, to connect
Note: If you want to connect more equipment to your
TV, consult your dealer.)
Audio Line-out
To connect the external speakers to your TV, use the
Headphone Line-out of the TV. Additionally, turn “Line-
out” setting on in the “Sound Menu”.
Switching The TV ON/OFF
To switch the TV on:
Your TV will switch on in two steps:
Connect the power to 220-240V AC, 50Hz, press
stand-by button. Then the TV switches itself to stand-
by mode (optional).
To switch on the TV from stand-by mode either:
Press a digit button on the remote control so that a
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programme number is selected, or Press the
„-P/CH“ or „P/CH+“ button on the TV or press the
“ “ or “ “ button on the remote control, so that
last mode switched off is selected.
By either method the TV will switch on. When the TV is
operated for the first time, the following screen appears:
For more information on this process, see “Install Menu”
To switch the TV off:
Press the “ (stand-by)” button on the remote
control or stand-by button on the TV, so the TV will
switch to stand-by mode.
To power down the TV completely, unplug the power
cord from the mains socket.
Navigating the Menu System
1.	 Press MENU to display the menu.
Press “H” or “G” button to select an icon.
Press “E” for more options.
3.	 Use “H” or “G” button to highlight.
Press “F” or “E” buttons to change the settings.
Press OK to set as default.
To exit the menu or return from submenu screen,
press MENU.
You can select the all option in the menu system. To
select options, use “Navigating The Menu System”.

Menu System
Menu Map
1	 Sound menu
•	 Volume
•	 Balance
•	 Sound Mode
•	 AVL
•	 Effect
•	 Equalizer
	 – Mode
•	 HP Volume
•	 Store
2	 Picture menu
•	 Picture Mode
•	 Brightness
•	 Contrast
•	 Colour
•	 Sharpness
•	 Colour Temp.
•	 Room Lightning
•	 Picture zoom
•	 Store
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A menu map is provided above. For details of the
items, refer to relevant explanations in the “Menu
Sound Menu
Volume/HP Volume
•	 By pressing G / H select Volume / HP Volume.
Press F / E button to change the level of the
selected option.
•	 By pressing G / H select Balance.
Press F / E button to change the level of the
balance.Balance level can be adjusted between -32
and 32.
Sound Mode
•	 By pressing G / H select Sound Mode.
Press F / E button, you can select Mono, Stereo,
Dual I or Dual I I mode, only if the selected channel
supports that mode.
•	 By pressing G / H select AVL.
•	 Press F / E button to set the AVL as on or off.
•	 By pressing G / H select Effect.
•	 Press F / E button to set Effect as on or off.
•	 By pressing G / H select Equalizer.
Press F / E button to change the Equalizer setting.
In equalizer menu, the mode can be changed to Flat,
Speech, Music, Personal and Jazz. Select the desired
frequency by G / H button and increase or decrease
the frequency gain by pressing F / E button.
Note: Equalizer menu settings can be altered only
when the Sound Mode is in Personal.
Store Program
•	 By pressing G / H button, select Store.
Press E or “OK” button to store the adjustments.
“Stored” will be displayed on the screen.
Picture Menu
Picture Mode
•	 By pressing G / H button, select Picture Mode.
Press F / E button to choose from one of these
options: Bright, Standard, Soft and Manual.
By pressing G / H button, select the desired Option.
•	 Press F / E button to set the level.
Hint: Tint (Hue) is displayed in picture menu when the
TV receives an NTSC signal.
Colour Temp
•	 By pressing G / H button select Colour Temp.
Press F / E to choose from one of these options:
3	 Features menu
•	 Sleep Timer
•	 Language
•	 Childlock
•	 EXT2 Output
•	 Menu Colour
•	 Favorite Mode
Install menu
•	 Programming
– Programme
– Band
– Channel
– Standard
– Colour System
– Search
– VCR Mode
– Decoder
– Store
•	 APS
Auto Programming
•	 Txt. Region
•	 Program Table
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Cool, Normal and Warm.
Room Lightning
•	 By pressing G / H button select Room Lightning.
By pressing F / E button, you can select one of
these options: Normal, Bright and Movie.
Picture Zoom
•	 By pressing G / H button select Picture Zoom.
Use F / E buttons, to change picture zoom to
Auto, 4:3 and Wide.
Store Program
•	 By pressing G / H button select Store.
Press E or “OK” button to store the adjustments.
“Stored” will be displayed on the screen.
Features Menu
Sleep Timer
•	 By pressing G / H select “Sleep Timer”.
Press F / E button to set the Sleep Timer.
The timer can be programmed between Off and 120
minutes in steps of 10 minutes.
•	 By pressing G / H button, select Language.
•	 Use F / E button to select the language.
Child Lock
•	 By pressing G / H select Child Lock.
Press F / E button to set the Child Lock on or off.
When on is selected, the TV can only be controlled
by the remote control handset. In this case the con-
trol panel buttons, except the Stand-by button, will
not work. Hence, if one of these buttons is pressed,
“Child Lock On” will be displayed on the screen.
EXT2 Output
•	 By pressing G / H select EXT2 Output.
Use F / E button, to set Ext-2 Out to TV, EXT1,
EXT-3 or SVHS.
Menu Colour
•	 By pressing G / H select Menu Colour.
Use F / E button to change menu background to
Transparent or Gray.
Favourite Mode
•	 By pressing G / H select Favourite Mode.
Use F / E button to set Favourite mode on or off
(See Channel List menu Favourites).
Install Menu
•	 By pressing G / H select Programming.
After pressing E button, programming menu
appears on the screen.
•	 By pressing G / H select Programme.
By pressing F / E button, you can select the
program number. You can also enter a number via
digit buttons on the remote control. There are 100
program storage between 0 and 99.
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MENu System
•	 By pressing G / H select Band.
By pressing F / E button, you can change the
channel type to C or S.
•	 By pressing G / H select Channel.
Use F / E buttons to change the channel number.
You can also enter a number via digit buttons on the
remote control.
•	 By pressing G / H select Standard.
Use F / E button to change the standard to B/G,
D/K, I or L/L‘.
Colour System
•	 By pressing G / H select Colour System.
Use F / E button to change the colour system to
•	 By pressing G / H select Search.
Press F / E button to start search. The search will
stop when a signal is found.
Note: If you press the buttons with one-step moves, a
frequency of 0.25 Mhz will be advanced. However if
you press the buttons all at once, it will advance
automatically. To stop searching at a certain time, you
may press F / E buttons.
VCR Mode
•	 By pressing G / H select VCR mode.
•	 Use F / E buttons to set VCR Mode on or off.
Hint: If you want to watch a DVD , then you have to
set this item as “off”.
You can use this mode to connect any decoder to your
•	 By pressing G / H select Decoder
Press the F / E buttons to turn it ON or OFF.
When you switch the Decoder setting to OFF, EXT1 output
will be muted. In this case, EXT1 output will not be avail­
able to display video. If it is switched ON, the EXT-1 out-
put will be the selected video source. Any decoder can be
connected to EXT1 to unscramble required video signal.
Hint: Decoder setting should be stored separately for
each programme.
•	 By pressing G / H button select Store.
Press E or “OK” button to store the adjustments.
“Stored” will be displayed on the screen.
•	 By pressing G / H button select A.P.S.
Press E button to enter the A.P.S. menu. A.P.S.
menu appears on the screen.
A.P.S. (Auto Programming System)
Press F / E button to select your country. If you want
to exit from A.P.S. function, press the “TV” button. For
going back, press “MENU”.
When you press OK button for starting APS, all stored
programs will be erased and the following screen will
be displayed.
Whenever you press the “TV” button, A.P.S. function
stops and Channel table appears on the screen.
If you wait until the end of A.P.S., Channel table is
displayed with the programmes found and located.
Teletext Region
•	 By pressing G / H button select Teletext Region.
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MENu System
Using F / E buttons in the Install menu, select your
Teletext region. There are five options to select:
West Europe, East Europe, Turk/Gre, Cyrillic and
Install menu in AV modes
The following screen appears in the install menu:
•	 By pressing G / H select Programming Mode.
After pressing E button, programming menu
appears on the screen.
Colour System
•	 By pressing G / H select Colour System.
By pressing F / E button, you can change the
colour system to PAL, SECAM or AUTO.
Program Table
By moving the cursor in four directions you can reach
20 programmes in the same page. You can scroll the
pages up or down by pressing the navigation buttons
to see all the programmes in TV mode (except the AV
mode). By cursor action, programme selection is done
To change the name of a programme, select the pro-
gramme and press the YELLOW button.
The first letter of the selected name starts to blink. Press
G / H button to change that letter and F / E button to
select the other letters. By pressing the YELLOW button,
you can store the name.
Select the programme that you want to insert by navi-
gation buttons. Press the GREEN button. By navigation
buttons, move the selected programme to the decided
programme space and press the GREEN button again.
To delete a programme, press the RED button. Pressing
the RED button again erases the selected programme
from the programme list, and the programmes below
shift one up.
APS (Auto Programming System)
When you press the BLUE button for APS, Auto
Programming System Menu will appear on the Screen.
Favourite Mode:
You can set various channels as favourites so that only
the favourites are navigated. To set a favourite, use
navigation buttons to select a channel and then press
the “ “ item. The channel selected as a favourite
appears in the Program Table with a favourites icon
( ) against the channel name. For removing a
favourite, carry out the same operation. To exit, press
Program Lock:
Program Locking provides a password-protected access
to channels selected by parents. In order to lock a
channel you should know the Program Lock password
(default value is set to 0000 in the factory and can only
be changed from the Program Lock Menu).
Enter PIN:
Select the channel that you desire to lock by high-
lighting it and press “ “ button. When the “ “
button is pressed, Program lock menu will be displayed
on screen.After entering the pin code, desired channel
will be locked. The program lock icon will appear next
to the channel name. When the locked channel is
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MENu System / OTHER FEATURES / Teletext
selected through P+ or P- buttons, the following
warning screen will be displayed:
Change PIN
•	 By pressing G / H button , select Change PIN.
Use E button to change the PIN code.
After pressing E button, the following message
appears on the screen.
Enter old PIN code through digit buttons and then
enter your new PIN code. Program Lock menu will be
displayed on the screen when you enter new PIN code.
Program Lock Menu will again be displayed short after
the identification of new PIN.
Hint: If you forget your Program Lock password, you
can deactivate the Program Lock by using the code
7910 and be able to set new password for future
use. Thus, do keep this code in a safe place for future
Other Features
TV Status
Programme Number, Programme Name, Sound
Indicator and Zoom Mode are displayed on the screen
when a new programme is entered or “ “ button is
Mute Indicator
It is placed in the upper side of the screen when enabled.
To cancel mute, there are two alternatives; the first one
is pressing the “ “ button and the second one is
increasing/decreasing the volume level.
AV Modes
By pressing the AV button you can switch your TV to AV
modes (except being in teletext). Pressing this button
consecutively will switch the TV in one of the optional
AV modes: TV, EXT1, EXT2, EXT3, SVHS. To remove
source osd from screen press “TV” or “MENU” button.
In order the quit the AV Mode, press the TV or the “P+,
P-” button.
Personal Preference
By pressing this button, you may adopt the previous
settings that you had stored before.
Menu System in AV Modes
Sound/Picture/Features/Install Menu
The items in these menus are described at Sound,
Picture, Features and Install Menu explained in “Menu
You can display Teletext information on your TV. Each
channel which broadcasts teletext, transmits a page
with information on how to use its teletext system
(usually page 100). Depending on the TV channel,
teletext is transmitted in different systems.The colours
used in the options line correspond with the colour
buttons of your remote control.
Ensure that the TV is receiving a good signal, or
some text errors may occur.
When four coloured items appear at the bottom of
the text page,Fasttext is available. Fastext allows
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Teletext / Fastext / Top Text / Tips
you to access pages quickly and easily. Press the
corresponding coloured button to access the page.
Special Teletext Functions
“ “ To Display a page of text.
The view text services press “ “. To return normal
viewing press again. Programmes cannot be changed
until text is cancelled.
To select a page, press the number buttons or
program buttons (P+, P-).
To select index page, press “ “ button.
To select superimposed over the programme on the
screen, press “ “.
Press “ “ once to enlarge top half of the page,
press again to enlarge the bottom half of the page.
Press again to revert normal size.
To discover solutions on quiz and games press
“ “
At times it is convenient to hold a page of text. Press
“ “ to hold a page. The page will be held on
screen until the button pressed again.
To select subcode pages press “ “. Subcode
pages are subsections of long Teletext pages that
can only be displayed on the screen one section at
a time.
Time information will be displayed on screen after
pressing “ “ button.If the programme does not
have teletext transmission, no information will be
To exit text press “ “.
Note: If the signal becomes insufficient, the teletext
mode will be quitted.
Fastext (optional)
Your TV supports the 10 page Teletext sys­tem. When
the page number of any of the 10 pages in memory is
entered, the system will not search for the requested
page; instead it will display the page automatically.
Press “P+” button to move the Teletext screen
forward one page at a time.
Press “-P” button to move the Teletext screen back-
ward one page at a time.
For Fastext
The subject-heading for the information may have a
particular colour.
Press an appropriate RED, GREEN, YELLOW or BLUE
button in order to reach the relevant page quickly.
TOP text
TOP text mode of operation will be activated automa­
tically according to the transmission.
If TOP text transmission is present, colour coded
buttons will appear in status row.
If TOP text transmission is not present, status row will
not appear.
The subject-heading for information may be located in
colored box.
In Top mode the “-P/CH” or “P/CH+” commands will
request the next or previous page respec­tively.
If TOP text transmission is not avail­able, in case of
operation of these com­mands, wraparound occurs.
For example page 100 appears to be one greater than
page 199.
Care Of The Screen
Clean the screen with a slightly damp, soft cloth.
Do not use abrasive solvents as they may damage the
TV screen coating layer.
Poor Picture
Have you selected the correct TV system? Is your TV set
or house aerial located too close to non-earthed audio
equipment or neon lights, etc.?
Mountains or high buildings can cause double pictures
or ghost images. Sometimes you can improve the
picture quality by changing the direction of the aerial.
Is the picture or Teletext unrecognisable? Check if you
have entered the correct frequency.
The picture quality may degrade when two peripherals
are connected to the TV at the same time. In such a
case, disconnect one of the peripherals.
No Picture
Is the aerial connected properly? Are the plugs
connected tightly to the aerial socket? Is the aerial
cable damaged? Are suitable plugs used to connect the
aerial? If you are in doubt, consult your dealer.
No Picture means that your TV is not receiving a trans-
mission. Have you selected the correct button on the
remote control? Try once more.
You can not hear any sound. Did you perhaps interrupt
the sound, pressing the “ “ button?
Sound is coming from only one of the speakers. Is the
balance set to one extreme? See Sound menu.
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TIPS / Disposal information / Service /
Remote Control
Your TV no longer responds to the remote control.
Perhaps the batteries are exhausted. If so you can still
use the local buttons at the bottom of the TV.
Used electronic devices cannot be
disposed with your regular household
waste. The law requires that used elec-
tric devices must be disposed of at your
communities public collection points or
by curbside bulk waste pick-up
This ensures that used electronic devices
will be disposed of in a professional
manner and re-used.
The warranty duration is 3 years and begins at the date
of purchase. Please retain your purchase receipt to
prove the date of purchase.
The warranty applies only for devices sold within the
Federal Republic of Germany. It covers defects and mal-
functions, which might occur with normal usage, during
the warranty period, and can result from material or
processing defects.
In case of claim, the device will be repaired at no cost
to the customer.
Damages, modifications or operation for any use other
than described in this user manual void the warranty,
provided that this is outside of the field of responsibil­
ity of the guarantor. This applies, in particular, to the
following cases:
•	 Any interference inside of the device by unauthor­
ized persons.
•	 Modifications on or within the device, removal or
modification of the serial number beyond recogni-
tion, removal or modification of the device seal.
•	 In case of damages caused by falls, bumps or other
outside influences.
•	 Damages caused by improper handling or misuse.
•	 In case of damages caused by external causes, e.g.
excess voltage, lightning.
•	 Commercial use of the unit.
Your statutory rights in case of a deficiency of this
device (subsequent delivery, rescission, mitigation, com-
pensation, each according article 437 BGB – German
Civil Code) are not limited by this warranty.
Please retain the original packaging in case of a future
return for repairs.
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Repaired or exchanged components are generally
subject to the remaining warranty period of the device.
In case you have any questions about this product
or this user manual, or if you notice any deficiencies,
please contact our service hotline to discuss further
	 ✆ (0049) - (0)1805 64 66 66*
(*0,14 C/Minute for calls originating from the Deutsche
Telekom network)
Important Note:
Please do not mail your device to us without our
explicit request. You must contact our service hotline
first. The sender must carry cost and hazard of loss for
any unrequested packages. We maintain the right to
deny acceptance of any mail send to us without prior
permission or to return the corresponding sending to
the sender at the sender’s expense.
Item No. 10000242	
Manufactured for:
AERA Rundfunk und Fernseh GmbH
Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Straße 2
D-77656 Offenburg
Service / Warranty

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