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NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment for your safety and convenience. Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362 (i.e. marked with or ) must be used. When an alternative type of plug is used it should be fitted with a 5 AMP FUSE, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a 5 AMP FUSE at the distribution board. If the plug supplied with this equipment has a det
Safety Information Never push objects of any kind into This set is to operate on a 220- the set as this could result in a fire For environmental and safety 240V AC supply only. Take care or electric shock. Never spill liquid reasons, it is recommended that not to connect too many of any kind on the set. If any liquid the TV set is not left in standby appliances to the same power or solid object does fall through, do mode when not in use. Disconnect socket as this could result in fire not operate
Additional Safety Information LCD screen • Although the LCD screen is made with high-precision technology and has effective pixels of 99.99 % or more, black dots may appear or bright points of light (red, blue, or green) may appear constantly on the LCD screen. This is a structural property of the LCD panel and is not a malfunction. • Do not expose the LCD screen surface to the sun. Doing so may damage the screen surface. • Do not push or scratch the front filter, or place objects on top of t
Using Your New TV Table of Contents Using Your New TV Getting Started ............................................................................................. 6 Step 1 Remove the rear cover .............................................................. 6 Step 2 Connect the aerial, VCR and AC cable ................................... 7 Step 3 Insert the batteries into the remote.......................................... 8 Step 4 Set up your TV automatically (Auto Startup) ...................
Using Your New TV Getting Started Step 1 Remove the rear cover Before connecting an aerial and cables, remove the cover at the rear of your TV. Replace the cover after all the connections are complete. 2 To remove the rear cover 1 1 Hold the rear cover as illustrated, and slide it upward by about 10 mm. 2 Pull the rear cover toward you. 1 To replace the rear cover 1 Hold the rear cover as illustrated, and align the four projections on the rear cover with the hook holes on the TV. 1 (The rear co
Using Your New TV Step 2 Connect the aerial CAUTION Do not connect the power cord until all other connections are complete; otherwise, a minimal current leakage through the aerial and/or other terminals to the ground could occur. Rear of TV IEC connector To 8 (aerial) Aerial cable (supplied) : Signal flow Connect a VCR To play a video tape, press t on the remote (see page 11). Rear of TV Aerial cable (supplied) To aerial output VCR To 8 (aerial) R/D/D/D L/G/S/I 2 S 2 16.5V 2 To i 1/ Scart cabl
Getting Started (continued) Connect the AC cable To connect the TV to the mains, use the supplied AC power adapter and AC cable. Rear of TV To 16.5 V To mains AC cable AC power adapter (supplied) (supplied) 16.5V Note • Do not remove the ferrite core from the AC power adapter. To put the cables in the stand You can put the aerial cable, AC power adapter cable and Scart cable in the stand. 1 Pull the upper edge of the cable cover toward you and remove it. Pull here. 2 Pass the cables into the sta
Using Your New TV Step 4 Set up your TV automatically (Auto Startup) When you turn on the TV for the first time, a menu screen sequence appears on the TV enabling you to set up your TV easily. VIDEO TV / 123 = / 1 456 789 0 OK OK v / V / B / b MENU REC TV VCR DVD MENU 0 Connect the TV to the mains socket (220 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz). 1 LANGUAGE Press = / 1 to turn on the TV. @/1 2 ENGLISH ENGLISH DEUTSCH The “LANGUAGE” menu ESPAÑOL ITALIANO appears automatically for FRANÇAIS NEDERLANDS OK Auto Star
Getting Started (continued) Press B or b to select the 4 DO YOU WANT TO START country in which you will AUTOMATIC TUNING? OK OK operate the TV, then YES NO press OK. OK If your country does not appear in EXIT : MENU the options, select “– .” The initial display appears. Press B or b to select AUTO SET–UP 5 “YES,” then press OK. PROGRAMME 1 OK OK The TV starts searching for VHF–L broadcast channels and OK EXIT : MENU stores all the available channels. When all the available channels are stored, t
Using Your New TV Connecting optional components You can connect optional audio/video components, such as a VCR, DVD player, camcorder, video game, or stereo system. To watch and operate the connected components, see page 16. Rear of TV DVD VCR Video game 1 2 1 S 2 2 2 2 16.5V Audio system 54 3 2 Camcorder : Signal flow Using optional components To watch the picture of the connected component, press t on the remote repeatedly until the correct input symbol appears on the screen. Symbol Input Sig
Watching the TV VIDEO TV TV @/1 / This section explains various functions t and operations used while watching the 123 TV. Most operations can be done using Number 456 the remote. buttons 789 0 ` / 1 a OK v/V/B/b and OK MENU MENU REC REC TV TV VCR DVD PROG PROG +/– % 2 +/– 1 indicator @/1 Press ` / 1 to turn on the TV. 1 When the TV is in standby mode (the 1 indicator on the TV is lit red), press TV !/1 on the remote. Press PROG +/– (or P +/– on the 12 3 2 PROG TV), or the number buttons to 4
Using Your New TV To Press Turn off temporarily TV @/1. The 1 indicator on the TV lights up red. Adjust the volume 2 +/–. Mute the sound %. Watch the video input t to select “AV1” or “AV2.” (VCR, DVD, camcorder, etc.) To return to the TV screen, press a. Watch the RGB input t to select “AV1.” (DVD, etc) To return to the TV screen, press a. Jump back to the previous channel . watched for at least 5 seconds Display the on-screen information . Note • When you select a TV programme quickly, the pict
Watching the TV (continued) To select the picture size Press on the remote repeatedly to display the desired picture size. KLV-15SR1 4 : 3 16 : 9 (wide mode) KLV-17HR1 You can select one of the following picture sizes. “SMART”: imitation of wide screen effect for 4 : 3 broadcast. SMART “4 : 3”: conventional 4 : 3 picture size, full picture information. 4:3 “14 : 9”: compromise between 4 : 3 and 16 : 9 picture size. 14:9 “ZOOM”: widescreen format for letterbox movies. ZOOM “WIDE”: for 16 :
Using Your New TV VIDEO TV Enjoying teletext / Teletext is an information service t/ transmitted by most TV stations. The 123 index page of the teletext service Number 456 (usually page 100) gives you buttons 789 information on how to use the service. 0 / Note • Make sure you use a channel (TV broadcast) / with a strong signal, otherwise teletext errors Colour may occur. OK buttons To switch on teletext MENU MENU REC REC a TV TV Select the channel (TV broadcast) which VCR DVD carries the telete
Operating optional / 123 components Number 456 buttons 789 The supplied remote is set to operate Sony DVDs and 0 most Sony VCRs. To control the VCRs and DVDs of Yellow button other brands and certain Sony VCR models, set up the remote as follows. OK Setting up the remote to work with MENU REC TV the connected equipment VCR DVD (1) Press Media Selector repeatedly until the VCR or Media Selector DVD green light lights. Note • If Media Selector is in the TV position, code numbers will not be stor
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) Adjusting the 789 0 “PICTURE” setting OK The “PICTURE” menu allows you to adjust the picture setting. This menu OK v / V / B / b also allows you to customise the picture MENU REC quality for the “PERSONAL” picture TV VCR DVD mode. MENU MENU Press MENU. MENU 1 PICTURE SOUND TIMER SET-UP OK EXIT : MENU PICTURE CONTRAST Press v or V to select PERSONAL BRIGHTNESS 2 COLOUR “PICTURE,” then press OK OK SHARPNESS HUE OK. BACKLIGHT LOW HIGH
Adjusting the “PICTURE” setting (continued) Repeat the above steps to adjust the other items. 5 The adjusted settings will be effective when you select the “PERSONAL” picture mode. Select “RESET” and press OK to reset the picture quality to the factory preset levels. To return to the normal screen Press MENU. Note • When the picture mode is set to “LIVE” or “MOVIE,” you can only select the “CONTRAST” or “RESET.” 18 Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
Adjusting the “SOUND” setting The “SOUND” menu allows you to OK adjust the sound setting. OK v / V / B MENU Press MENU. 1 / b MENU PICTURE MENU REC SOUND TV TIMER VCR DVD MENU SET-UP OK EXIT : MENU SOUND Press v or V to select 2 “SOUND,” then press OK. TREBLE OK OK BASS RESET DUAL SOUND : MONO OK EXIT : MENU Press v or V to select the SOUND 3 desired item, and press B TREBLE OK OK BASS or b to adjust the value or RESET DUAL SOUND : MONO select the desired option (see the table below). EXIT : M
Setting the SLEEP TIMER 0 The “TIMER” menu allows you to set OK the SLEEP TIMER to turn the TV automatically to the standby mode after OK v / V / B / b a specified period of time. MENU REC TV VCR DVD MENU MENU Press MENU. 1 MENU PICTURE SOUND TIMER SET-UP OK EXIT : MENU TIMER Press v or V to select 2 “TIMER,” then press OK. OK OK SLEEP TIMER : OFF OK EXIT : MENU Press b or OK. TIMER 3 OK OK or SLEEP TIMER : OFF OK EXIT : MENU TIMER Press v or V to select the 4 desired time period after OK SLEEP
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