Superior TV SPM5521 manual

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  • Brand: Superior
  • Product: Television
  • Model/name: TV SPM5521
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, German

Table of Contents

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GB
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COLOUR TELEVISION
WITH REMOTE CONTROL
User manual
Model No. SPM 5521
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CONTENTS
Safety Precautions 	 23
Specifications	 24
Preparation	 24
•	Features	 25
•	Remote Control Buttons	 25
•	Inserting batteries in the remote control handset	 25
Control Panel Buttons	 26
Connect Peripheral Equipment and Antenna Connections	 26
Before Switching on your TV	 26
•	Power connection	 26
•	Connections to the RF input socket	 26
Connect Peripheral Equipment	 26
•	Via Ant Input	 26
•	Via the Euroconnector	 26
•	Decoder	 27
•	TV and Video Recorder	 27
•	Search for and store the test signal of the video recorder	 27
•	Camera and Camcorder	 27
•	Connect the decoder to the video recorder	 27
•	Connecting Headphones	 27
Switching the TV ON/OFF 	 27
•	To switch the TV on	 27
•	To switch the TV off	 27
Operating the TV	
•	Operating with the buttons on the TV set	 27
•	Operating with Remote Control	 28
Menu System	 28
•	Sound Menu	 29
•	Picture Menu	 29
•	Feature Menu	30
•	Install Menu	31
•	Programme Menu	31
Other Features	33
•	TV Status	33
•	Double-digit (- -)	33
•	Picture Mode	33
•	Sleep Timer Last Minute Indicator	33
•	Mute Indicator	33
•	No-Signal	34
•	Blue Background During No-Signal	34
•	Volume Bar	34
•	AV Modes	34
Teletext	34
•	To operate Teletext	34
•	To select a page of Teletext	34
•	To exit Teletext	34
Tips		34
•	Care of the Screen	34
•	Poor Picture	34
•	No Picture	35
•	Sound	35
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CONTENTS / SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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
cord.
•	
Please be sure that the power connection is easily
accessible.
•	
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.
•	Remote Control	35
•	No solution:	35
Service	35
•	Disposal Information	35
•	Warranty	35
•	Hotline	35
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.
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
device.
•	 Place the device only on a level and sturdy surface.
•	
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
cleaning.
•	
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
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Safety instructions / SPECIFICATIONS /
Features
FEATURES
•	It is a remote controlled colour television.
•	
100 programmes from VHF, UHF bands or cable
channels can bae preset.
•	It can tune cable channels.
•	
Controlling the TV is very easy by its menu driven
system.
•	
It has Euroconnector socket for external devices
(such as computer, video, video games, audio set,
etc.)
•	Teletext.
•	Direct channel access.
•	All programmes can be named.
•	Forward or backward automatic tuning.
•	Sleep timer.
•	Automatic sound mute when no transmission.
•	When no valid signal is detected, after 5 minutes the
TV switches itself automatically to stand-by mode.
•	WSS (Wide Screen Signaling).
SPECIFICATIONS
Model No.	 SPM 5521
TV-Broadcasting	 PAL BG
Receiving Channels	 VHF (BAND I/III)
	 UHF (BAND U)
	 HYPERBAND
	 CABLE-TV
	 (S1-S20/S21-S41)
Number of preset channels	 100
Channel Indicator	 On Screen Display
RF-Aerial Input	 75 Ohm (unbalanced)
Operating Voltage	 230 V AC, 50 Hz
Audio-Output	 German Stereo
Audio-Output Power
(Wrms.) (%10 THD) 	 5,5
Power Consumption
(W) (max.)	 85 W
Picture Tube	 21” (55 cm)
Dimensions	 488 (D) x 602 (L) x 	
	 460 (H) mm
Weight	 20 kg
overheating of your device.
•	
For ventilation, leave a space of at least 10 cm free
all around the set.
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
suffocation!
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.
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Remote Control Buttons
(1)		 Stand By
(2)	 0 - 9	 Direct Program
(3)	 - -	 Double Digit
(4)		 Menu
(5)		 Cursor Up
(6)		 Cursor Right
(7)	 OK	 OK (Store)
(8)		 Cursor Left
(9)		 Cursor Down≤
(10)	P +/-	 Programme +/-
(11)	 V +/-	 Volume +/-
(12)	 Rot	 (SOUND) = Sound Menu
(13)	Grün	 (PICTURE) = Picture Menu
(14)	Gelb	 (FEATURE) = Feature Menu
(15)	Blau	 (INSTALL) = Install Menu
(16)	 AV	 External Source (AV-1, AV-2, F-AV,
		 RGB, S-VHS)
(17)	 TV	 TV / Quit Menu
(18)	 TXT	 Teletext
(19)		 Mute
Inserting batteries in the remote control handset
•	
Place the batteries in the right directions as seen
below.
•	
Remove the battery cover located on the back of
the handset by gently pulling upwards from the
indicated part.
•	
Insert two MN2400 AAA or equivalent type
batteries inside.
•	 Replace the battery cover.
Instructions for batteries
•	
Use only batteries of the recommended or an equi-
valent type!
•	
Do not mix different battery types or new and used
batteries!
•	
When inserting the batteries, follow the polarity
markings!
•	
Remove the batteries whenever the article is not in
use for a prolonged period of time!
•	 Remove empty batteries from the article!
•	 Do not attempt to recharge disposal batteries!
•	
Rechargeable batteries must be charged under
adult supervision!
•	 Do not short-circuit the battery terminals!
•	 Do not throw batteries into the fire!
Remote Control Buttons
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FRONT PANEL AND PERIPHERAL /
CONNECT PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
Attention:
•	
After unpacking, allow the TV set to reach the
ambient room temperature before you connect the
set to the mains.
•	
Switch off the TV before connecting any external
device.
Via Ant Input
If you want to connect to your TV, peripherals like video
recorders or decoders, but the device you want to
connect does not have Euroconnector, you should
connect it to the ANT input of your TV set.
If the VCR is connected via antenna input it is
suggested to use the Programme 0.
Via the Euroconnector
•	
IYour TV set has two Euroconnector sockets. If you
want to connect peripherals (e.g. video, decoder,
etc.) which have Euroconnectors, to your TV, use
SCART1 and SCART2 inputs.
•	
If an external device is connected via Euroconnector
sockets TV is switched to AV mode automatically.
If the signal is RGB then the RGB OSD indicator is
displayed on the screen.
Decoder
Cable TV offers you a wide choice of programs.
Most of them are free, others are to be paid for by
the viewer. This means that you will need to subscribe
to the broadcasting organisation whose programmes
you wish to receive. This organisation will supply you a
corresponding decoder unit to allow the programmes
to be unscrambled.
For further information ask your dealer. See also the
booklet supplied with your decoder.
Connect a decoder with an aerial socket
to the TV
•	Connect the aerial cable.
Connect a decoder without an aerial socket
to the TV
•	
Connect the decoder to your TV with a eurocable
21“ REAR PANEL
FRONT PANEL AND PERIPHERAL
A	 Antenna
B	 Scart 1
C	 Scart 2
Control Panel Buttons
Connect Peripheral Equipment
There is a wide range of audio and video equipment
that can be connected to your TV.
The following connection diagrams show you where the
different equipment should be connected at the back or
the front side of the TV.
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CONNECT PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT / SWITCHING
THE TV ON/OFF / operating the tv
(RCA Jack Cable) to EXTERNAL1 or EXTERNAL2
(RCA Jack). When your decoder has a Euroconnec-
tor / RCA Jack you can obtain better picture quality
if you connect a eurocable (RCA Jack Cable) to
EXTERNAL (RCA Jack).
TV and Video Recorder
•	Connect the aerial cables.
•	
Better picture quality can be obtained if you also
connect a eurocable to EXTERNAL sockets.
Copy Facility
Source selection for VCR recording.
•	Select Features Menu in the Main Menu.
•	
Select AV-2 OUTPUT source pressing „ “ or „ “
button.
Search for and store the test signal of the video
recorder
•	
Unplug the aerial cable from the aerial socket
“ANT” of your video recorder.
•	
Switch on your TV and put the video recorder on
the test signal. (See the handbook for your video
recorder.)
•	
Enter the Tuning menu via the Install menu.
•	
Search for the test signal of your video recorder in
the same way as you searched for and stored the TV
signals. See Tuning, Search and Store TV
channels. Store the test signal under programme
number 0.
•	
Replace the aerial cable in the aerial socket “ANT”
of your video recorder once you have stored the test
signal.
Camera and Camcorder
To connect to Front-AV input (FAV):
Connect your camera or camcorder at the front side of
your TV.
•	
Connect your equipment to the TV via VIDEO
(yellow), AUDIO R (red) and AUDIO L (white)
inputs. You should connect the jacks to the input in
the same colour.
Connect the decoder to the video recorder
Some video recorders have a special euroconnector for
decoder.
•	
Connect a eurocable to the euroconnector of your
decoder and to the special euroconnector of your
video recorder. See also the handbook of your video
recorder.
•	
To connect your video recorder to the TV, see TV and
Video Recorder section.
If you want to connect more equipment to your TV,
consult your dealer.
Connecting Headphones
•	
Use the stereo headphone socket (HP) on the lower
front / right side of your TV, to connect headphones.
Attention:
Prior to using or connecting headphones, be sure to
turn the volume down! Hearing excessively loud music
through headphones can damage your sense of hearing.
Switching the TV ON/OFF
To switch the TV on
Your TV will switch on in two steps:
1.	
Press the power button located on the front of the TV.
Then the TV switches itself to standby mode and the
RED LED located below the TV turns on.
2.	
To switch on the TV from stand-by mode either:
	
	
Press a digit button on the remote control so that a
programme number is selected,
	 or,
	
Press Programme Up or Down buttons on the front of
the TV or on the remote control, so that last switched
off programme is selected.
By either ways the TV will switch on and the RED LED
will turn GREEN. To switch the TV off
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control, so
the TV will switch to stand-by mode and the GREEN
LED will become RED,
or,
Press the power button located on the front of the TV,
so the TV will switch off and the GREEN LED will turn
off.
Operating the TV
You can operate your TV both using the remote
control handset and onset buttons.
Operating with the buttons on the TV set
•	
Volume setting and programme selection can be
made using the buttons on the front panel.
Volume Setting
•	
Press “V-” button to decrease volume or “V+” button
to increase volume, so a volume level scale (slider)
will be displayed at the middle of the bottom on the
screen.
•	
By pressing both the “V+” and “V-” buttons at the
same time you can enter Main menu.
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SWITCHING THE TV ON/OFF /
operating the tv / Menu System
Programme Selecting
•	
Press “P+” button to select the next programme or
“P-” button to select the previous programme.
Entering Main Menu
•	
Press „MENU“ button to enter Main menu. In the
Main menu select sub-menu using “P-” or “P+”
button and enter the sub-menu using “V-” or “V+”
button. To learn the usage of the menus, refer to the
Menu System section.
Operating with Remote Control
The remote control handset of your TV is designed to
control all the functions of the model you selected. The
functions will be described in accordance with the menu
system of your TV.
•	
Functions of the menu system are described in Menu
System section.
Volume Setting
•	
Press “V+” button to increase volume. Press “V-”
button to decrease volume. A volume level scale
(slider) will be displayed at the middle of the bottom
on the screen.
Programme Selecting (Previous or next programme)
•	Press „P-“ button to select the previous programme.
•	Press „P+“ button to select the next programme.
Programme Selecting (direct access):
•	
Press digit buttons on the remote control handset to
select programmes between 0 and 9. TV will switch
to the selected programme. To select programmes
between 10 - 99, you must use the double digit but-
ton “- -“. This OSD is displayed at the left hand upper
on the screen.
•	
After then, press the digit buttons consecutively which
programme you want to select (eg. for programme
27, first press 2 and then 7). When it is late to press
any digit button this function will be ignored and the
display will be erased. In the same way it must not be
late to press any digit button after entering the first
digit. The limit of the delay time is 3 seconds.
•	
Press directly the programme number to reselect
single digit programmes.
Menu System
•	
Your TV has been designed with a menu system, to
provide an easy manipulation of a multi-function sys-
tem. The TV is controlled by choosing the commands,
which are displayed on the screen.
•	
Press the “ ” button. The Main menu will be
displayed at the middle on the screen.
•	
All the selected items in this menu system is indicated
with CYAN characters and with an arrow on the
leftside of items.
•	
To select a sub-menu use „ “ or „ “ button, and
press „ “ or „ “ button.
Main Menu
The menu system is described below.
The short way in order to enter the menus, press :
Menu button has two functions; first is opening or clo-
sing the „MAIN MENU“, and the second is closing the
sub-menu and then opening its parent menu.
	 Button	 Main Menu.
	 Red Button	 Sound Menu.
	 Green Button	 Picture Menu.
	 Yellow Button	 Feature Menu.
	 Blue Button	 Install Menu.
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Menu system
Sound Menu
To change sound settings
•	
Enter the Sound Menu directly, pressing the Red
button or,
•	
As you enter the main menu, sound will be the first
selected option. In the main menu, select SOUND
using „ “ or „ “ button, then enter the sound
menu pressing „ “ or „ “ button.
Setting Volume:
As you enter the sound menu, Volume will be the first
selected option.
•	Press „ “ button to increase volume.
•	Press „ “ button to decrease volume.
Or you can directly change the volume settings using
“V+” (to increase) or
“V-” (to decrease) button.
Setting AVL
Automatic Volume Limiting (AVL) function normalises
sound to obtain fixed output level between programs,
having different sound levels. Pressing „ “ or „ “
button will turn on and off this feature.
To Store the Settings
•	
Press „ “ or „ “ button on “STORE” option to
store Sound menu settings.
Picture Menu
•	
To enter the Picture menu directly, press the “GREEN”
button, or
•	
Press “ ” button, now you are in Main menu. In
the Main menu, select “PICTURE” using „ “ or
„ “ button, then enter the Picture menu pressing „
“ or „ “ button.
Setting Brightness
•	
As you enter the picture menu, Brightness will be the
first selected option.
•	Press „ “ button to increase brightness.
•	Press „ “ button to decrease brightness.
Setting Contrast
•	Using „ “ or „ “ button select Contrast.
•	Press „ “ button to increase contrast level.
•	Press „ “ button to decrease contrast level.
Setting Colour
•	Using „ “ or „ “ button select Colour.
•	Press „ “ button to increase colour level.
•	Press „ “ button to decrease colour level.
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MENu SYSTEM
Setting Sharpness
•	Using „ “ or „ “ button select Sharpness.
•	Press „ “ button to increase peaking level.
•	Press „ “ button to decrease peaking level.
Mode
This item is used to change the picture size.
By pressing „ “ or „ “ button you may choose
one off three options. These are, “4:3”, “16:9” and
“AUTO”.
•	4:3 This option forces the picture ratio to 4:3 mode.
•	
16:9 This option forces the picture ratio to 16:9 mode.
•	
AUTO This option is available only if your TV has
WSS feature. This allows to change the picture mode
automatically, according to the transmission of the
selected channel. For example, your TV is 4:3 mode,
but the transmission of that channel is in 16:9 mode. If
you select the AUTO mode, the TV is switched to 16:9
mode automatically. If the TV is in 4:3 mode and the
picture ratio of the channel is also 4:3, there will be no
affect selecting the picture mode to AUTO mode.
WSS feature is only used in TV and FAV modes. For
the Picture Mode selection in AV1 and AV2 the pin 8
(of Scart) value is used. In RGB and S-VHS modes the
Picture Mode can be 4:3 or 16:9 (Auto mode is not
available.).
To Store the Settings
•	
Press „ “ or „ “ button on STORE option to store
Picture menu settings.
•	
The stored picture mode setting will be valid only in
current program. However, the other stored values in
Picture Menu will be valid for all the programmes.
Feature Menu
•	
To enter the Feature menu directly, press the
“YELLOW” button, or
•	
Press “ ” button, now you are in Main menu. In
the Main menu, select FEATURE using „ “ or „ “
button. Then enter the Feature menu pressing „ “ or
„ “ button.
Sleep Timer
As you enter the Feature menu, SLEEP TIMER will be
the first selected option. Use „ “ or „ “ button to
change the Sleep Timer values between OFF, 0:15:00,
0:30:00, 0:45:00, 1:00:00, 1:15:00, 1:30:00,
1:45:00 and 2:00:00.
It is displayed on the upper right of the screen. If sleep
timer is activated it is displayed with the TV status and
erased with it after 3 seconds.
If there is left only one minute of the down counting
of the timer, it is displayed automatically on the upper
right of the screen, and stayed there until finishing.
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MENu SYSTEM
Then TV goes automatically to stand-by.
Child Lock
•	
You can use this feature to prevent children turning
on TV or changing programs or adjustments etc.
without remote control.
•	
The CHILD LOCK feature can be set by „ “ or „ “
button to either ON or OFF. When OFF is selected,
there will be no difference in the operation of your
TV. When ON is selected, the TV can only be control-
led by the remote control handset. In this case, the
front panel buttons (except the Switch On/Off button)
will not work.
Selecting Menu Language
Menu language can be chosen by pressing „ “ or
„ “ button on LANGUAGE item.
To Store Settings
In Feature menu all settings are stored automatically.
Install Menu
•	
To enter the Install menu directly, press the BLUE
button, or
•	
Press “ ” button, now you are in Main menu. In
the Main menu, select “INSTALL.” using „ “ or
„ “ button. Then enter the Install menu pressing
„ “ or „ “ button.
Selecting Programme
To select programme number, you can use „ “ or „
“ button, Digit Buttons or the Double Digit button
with digit buttons.
Selecting Band
BAND, can be chosen either,
•	“C” or “S” by „ “ or „ “ button.
Selecting Channel
CHANNEL can be changed by „ “ or „ “ button, by
Digit Buttons or by the Double Digit button with digit buttons.
For band C, 01 - 83,
For band S, 01 - 41.
Selecting Search
•	
To start the search process, press „ “ button for
forward search or „ “ button for backward search.
SEARCH item blinks during search process, since the
process is stopped or signal is found.
•	
During search process the semi-transparent menu
background
becomes „BLUE“. To stop the search process „ “
or „ “ button must be pressed again.
Selecting Fine Tuning
•	
You can use the Fine Tuning process for fine adjust-
ment (after coarse adjustment), if you are not happy
about the image on the screen.
•	
Use „ “ or „ “ button on FINE TUNING item,
until getting the best image on the screen.
To Store Settings
Press „ “ or „ “ button on STORE option to store
Install menu settings.
Programme Menu
•	
To enter Programme menu directly, press the
“ “ button, or
•	
Press “ ” button, now you are in Main menu.
In the Main menu, select “PROGRAM.” using „ “
or „ “ button. Then enter the Programme menu
pressing „ “ or „ “ button.
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MENu System
Moving cursor to four direction you can reach 30 pro-
grammes in the same page. By scrolling the pages up or
down by pressing the navigation buttons you can se­lect
all the programmes in TV mode (except the AV mode).
In menus, „ “ or „ “ buttons are working like
„Direction Up“ and „Direction Down“.
By cursor action, programme selection is done automati­
cally. Selected programme is displayed with “CYAN”
characters. In order to select programme is also
possible by using digit or double-digit button. In this
way programme selection gets also automatically and
after selection the selected programme is displayed
with cyan characters. The TV Status is changed by the
programme selection too. When using double-digit
button in order to select a programme, the Programme
Number in TV Status OSD is displayed in „P --“ form,
and by pressing digit buttons they are displayed in it.
Programme Number is between 00 and 99. Program­me
Name has a name string with 5 characters. After auto-
store process the Programme Names are set to „C-01“
or „S-01“ (band and channel number), as default.
At the bottom of the menu there is a programme sort
functions section. Each function is activated by color
button (seen above). NAME allows changing the pro-
gramme name. By DELETE you can delete programmes
that you decided. INSERT section is for inserting pro-
grammes into another programme spaces. By selecting
AUTOSTORE section, A.P.S. menu will be available.
To change the name of a decided programme, that
programme is selected and pressed to the RED button
(NAME). The first letter begins to blank on the selected
name. To change that letter „ “ or „ “ button can
be used, and to select the other letters, „ “ or „ “
button can be used. If the cursor is at the last letter of
the Programme Name, pressing „ “ button moves the
cursor at the beginning. On the contrary, if the cursor is
at the beginning of the Programme Name, pressing „
“ button moves the cursor at the end.
After changing the name by pressing the RED button
(STORE) it is stored. After activating the name process
the “INSERT”, “DELETE” and “AUTOSTORE” pro-
cesses will be inactive and „CANCEL“ option will be
valid. This option cancels the name process, if the new
name do not want to be stored.
When it is pressed to GREEN button (INSERT),
„NAME“, „AUTOSTORE“ and „DELETE“ functions
are erased, the selected programme (A) is displayed with
green charac­ters. From now on, the automatic selection is
canceled. Cursors moves are indicated with “CYAN” cha-
racters. With navigation buttons, the decided program
space (B) can be selected and by pressing the green
button again inserting is occurred to that space (B).
It should be thought that Prog-00 is the lowest pro-
gramme (like Prog-100). If any programme is inserted
to Prog-00, the programmes under that programme
space shift one up, and Prog-99 is adjusted to the first
frequency value of VHF1 (44 MHz).
If Prog-00 is inserted to any programme space, all
the programmes under that space shift one down and
Prog-99 is erased, and Prog-00 is adjusted to the first
frequency value of VHF1 (44 MHz).
„CANCEL“ function cancels the activated „INSERT“
process.
For „DELETE“ process it is pressed to yellow button,
(“NAME”, “INSERT” and “AUTOSTORE” functions
are inactive). Pressing yellow button again erases the
selected programme from the programme list, and the
programmes below shift one up. Prog-00 is adjusted to
the first frequency value of VHF1 (44 MHz). Pressing
blue button cancels the activated “DELETE” process.
To enter Autostore menu, press to the blue button. To
learn the features of this function see „AUTOSTORE“
below.
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MENu System / Other Features
Autostore
Autostore, searches and stores all channels automa-
tically on your TV, according to the transmission of
programme systems in your area.
Programme item is used in order to store the channels
after Autostore, as from a required programme. In
default the programme number is set to the following
programme after the last set programme. By using
„ “ or „ “ button the number can be changed, in
addition to change number digit button or double digit
button can be used too.
To cancel AUTOSTORE before starting, press “TV”
button. To select “START” use „ “ or „ “ button
and press„ “ or „ “ button. To cancel AUTOSTORE
during running press „ “ or „ “ button.
After Autostore is finalized, a programme list will
apper on the screen. In the programme list you will see
the programme numbers and names assigned to the
programmes.
If you do not accept the locations and/or the pro-
gramme names of programmes, you can change them
in Programme menu.
OTHER FEATURES
TV Status
Programme Number, Programme Name (or AV), (they
are displayed on the upper left of the screen) and
Sleep Timer (shows the time left on the upper right
screen if enabled). In stereo options the sound indicator
is displayed with them too. They are displayed after
programme change during 3 seconds.
			 Programme Number
			 Programme Name (5 characters)
These OSD’s are displayed when a new programme is
entered by digit button, or by „ P+ “ or „ P- “ button,
or by “ TV ” button.
Double-digit (- -)
This OSD is displayed when the “Double-Digit“ button
pressed in place of the programme number indicator.
After then, in order to enter a programme it must be
pressed to two digit consecutively. When it is late to
press any digit button this function will be ignored and
the display will be erased. In the same way it must not
be late to press any digit button after entering the first
digit. The limit of the delay time is 3 seconds.
Picture Mode
If your TV has the WSS feature, the picture mode OSD
is displayed below the sound indicator, by TV Status
OSD’s. According to the WSS data, inside of the OSD
box “4:3” or “16:9” or “Auto” is written.
Sleep Timer Last Minute Indicator
It is displayed on the upper right of the screen. If sleep
timer is activated it is displayed with the TV status and
erased with it after 3 seconds.
If there is left only one minute of the down counting of
the timer, it is displayed automatically on the upper left
of the screen, and stayed there until finishing. Then TV
goes automatically to stand-by.
Mute Indicator
It is placed in the upper middle of the screen when
enabled, and it stays there until it is disabled.
To cancel mute, there is two alternative; the first one
is pressing to “ ” button, thus volume is set to the
preceding value, and the second one is increasing the
volume level, thus it starts at the minimum level to
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increase. By decreasing the volume level in mute state,
mute will not be ignored, only the volume level will
decrease. If mute canceled after decreasing the volume
level, the volume will valid with the decreased level.
No-Signal
No-Signal Timer Indicator
•	
It is displayed in the middle of the screen when no va-
lid signal detected. It shows the remained time for the
switching to the Stand-By mode (it takes 5 minutes
when any signal detected or no any Remote Control
command is accessed). The indicator is displayed in
3 seconds when there is no valid signal.
•	
After an Remote Control command (if No-Signal
Timer is active) the timer stops and if no signal
detected again the timer is initialized to 5 minutes
and starts 3 seconds later again to count down.
•	
It is not valid in AV mode.
Blue Background During No-Signal
In case, no valid signal is detected (in AV mode)
Blue Background is activated.During search process
Blue Background is not active. But instead of it there
is another feature given; the semi-transparent menu
background is made blue.
Volume Bar
It is displayed in the lower middle of the screen. When
a volume command is received (pressing V+ or V- by
Remote Control or Front panel) and no menu is active, it
stays on the screen for 3 seconds, after the last volume
command or until another command is received in
between.
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 off the AV
modes: AV1, AV2, RGB, SVHS or FAV (Front AV). The
SVHS mode is dedicated to the AV2 mode. If there is
no AV2 mode in your TV, at the same time there is no
SVHS mode too.
AV1 supports the RGB mode and AV2 supports the
SVHS mode. But if there is some colour problem in AV1
or AV2 modes, please force the AV mode to RGB or
SVHS mode.
In order to quit the AV mode press the “ TV ” button.
Teletext
•	
Teletext is an information system that displays text on
your TV screen. Using the Teletext information system
you can view a page of information on a subject that
is available in the list of contents (index).
•	
On screen display is not available in text mode.
•	
Contrast, brightness or colour control is not availa-
ble, but volume control is available in text mode.
To operate Teletext
•	
Select a TV station on which Teletext is being trans-
mitted.
•	
Press (TELETEXT) “TXT ”  button. Usually the list of
contents (index) is displayed on the screen.
To select a page of Teletext
•	
Press the appropriate digit buttons for the required
Teletext page number.
•	
The selected page number is displayed at the top
left corner of the screen. The Teletext page counter
searches until the selected page number is located,
so that the desired page is displayed on the screen.
•	
Press „ 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.
To exit Teletext
•	
Press “ TV ” button. The screen will switch to TV
mode.
TIPS
Care of the Screen
Clean the screen with a slightly damp, soft cloth.
Do not use abrasive solvents as they may damage the
TV screen coating layer
Poor Picture
Have you selected the correct TV system? Is your TV set
or house aerial located too close to the loudspeakers,
non-earthed audio equipment or neon lights, etc. ?
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Disposal Information / Service /
Warranty / Hotline
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 any
transmission. Have you pressed the correct keys on the
remote control? Try once more.
Sound
You can not hear any sound. Did you perhaps interrupt
the sound, pressing “ ” key? Are external speakers
connected to the TV?
Sound is coming from only one of the speakers. Is the
balance set to one direction extreme? See SOUND
menu.Remote Control
Your TV no longer responds to the remote control.
Press the “ TV ” button on the remote control once
more. Perhaps the batteries are exhausted. If so you
can still use the local keys at the front of your TV.
Have you selected the wrong menu? Press “ TV ” key
to return to TV mode or press “ ” to return to the
previous menu.
No solution:
Switch your TV set off and on. If this does not work,
call the service personnel; never attempt to repair it
yourself.
DISPOSAL INFORMATION
		 • 
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.
SERVICE / WARRANTY
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 recogniti-
on, 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, com­pen­sa­
tion, 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.
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
proceedings.
Hotline/EU:
	 ✆ (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. 100000241
Manufactured for:
AERA Rundfunk und Fernseh GmbH
Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Straße 2
D-77656 Offenburg
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