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CONTENT CONTENT BEFORE OPERATING Warning.................................................................................................................1 Important Safety Instructions................................................................................2 Buttons and interface location............................................................................. 4 Remote controller.................................................................................................6 Remote
Warning WARNING RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN WARNING TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. *To avoid electric hazards, it is strongly suggested that the back cover not be opened, as there is no any accessory inside the casing. *If necessary, please contact authorized after-sales services. *A lighting flash mark in a triangle: A potentially hazardous situation, which, if not av
Important Safety Instructions The product should be tightly fixed to avoid To avoid fire hazards, do not use this drop damages and even fire. product under direct sunlight or closely to heat sources. Do not locate the product close to water Unplug the power supply and antenna of the product when there is a rainstorm, or oil, which may cause fire hazards. especially Thunderstorm. Do not use damaged or worn electric plugs Do not connect excessive sockets in parallel and keep electric cord aw
Important Safety Instructions Don't use or store inflammable materials Don't place the product in a humid area to near the product to avoid explosion or fire avoid fire hazards. hazards. The antenna of the product should be away Never touch the plug when your hand is wet as this might cause electric shocks. from electric cable to avoid electric shocks. Always make sure that the televisionis well When antenna is used, measures should be plugged as poor electric taken to prevent water conn
Buttons and interface location - This is a simplified representation of front panel. - Here shown may be somewhat different from your TV. Front panel Control P42SV6-C1 P42S6A-C2 Underside SOURCE MENU - VOL + ENTER MENU - VOL + ENTER CH SOURCE CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 6 3 4 5 7 Buttons and functions 1 Input signal option: selection of input signals of TV, VIDEO, S-Video, YUV, PC and DVI sources. 2 Menu button 3 Volume decrease: for lowering the volume or adjusting the menu. 4 Volume increase:
Buttons and interface location Rear panel Control Power Cord Socket Antenna Input and switch Connect cable or This TV operates on AC power. antenna signals to The voltage is indicated on the the TV, either directly Specifications page. Never attempt PC VIDEO Input or through your to operate the TV on DC power Connect the monitor cable box. output connector from DVD/DTV Input a PC to the jack Video output terminal (Component ) Connect ordinary video/audio Connect a component or othe
Remote controller Battery loading 1.Slide open the cover of the battery compartment on the back of the remote controller. 2.Load two 5# alkaline batteries in the compartment. (plus and minus poles to respective mark) 3.Replace the cover of the battery compartment. 1 2 3 Precautions As strong light may interfere the Make sure that two 5# 1.5V alkaline signals, change your position to batteries are loaded. The batteries operate the remote controller if must be of the same type. The batteries t
Remote controller key function Calendar Picture still Display of year/month/date MUTE POWER Switches the sound on or off. Turns your TV on or off. S-Video mode select S-Video. PC/DVI mode select PC/DVI mode. TV/VIDEO Selects: TV, Video DVD mode select DVD mode NUMBER buttons Q.VIEW CHANNEL select Tunes to the last channel are not available viewed. Information display Display of current channel OK button signals, program and systems VOLUME UP/DOWN CHANNEL UP/DOWN Increases/decreases Selects a
Effective range of remote controller P42SV6-C1 P42S6A-C2 right 45 45 right 45 45 left left front 8m front 8m Color.SYS Sound.SYS Color.SYS Sound.SYS Edit Scan Shuttle Time.Skip Edit Scan Shuttle Time.Skip PIP Swap Zoom/Move Sleep PIP Swap Zoom/Move Sleep UP Left/Prew Forward USB UP Left/Prew Forward USB DOWN Right/Next REV EXIT DOWN Right/Next REV EXIT Pause Enter ZOOM HELP Pause Enter ZOOM HELP above 20 20 below Ensure the remote controller is pointed toward the remote controller windows on t
External Equipment Connections - Antenna or Cable Service without a Cable Box Connections - For optimum picture quality, adjust antenna direction if needed. AC power socket outdoor antenna Antenna input 75 standard coaxial type EXT SUBWOOFER AC-IN 75 coaxial cable 300 twin-lead cable Plug Antenna adapter (additional purchase) Note * It is recommended that you'd better use 75 coaxial cable to remove the disturbance caused by airwave. * Don't bind antenna cable and electric wire together. To im
External Equipment Connections DVD setup How to connect 1. Connect the DVD video outputs (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr) to the COMPONENT (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr) INPUT jacks on the TV and connect the DVD audio outputs to the AUDIO INPUT jacks on the TV, as shown in the figure. 2. If your DVD only has an S-Video output jack, connect this to the S-VIDEO input on COMPONENT the TV and Connect the DVD audio outputs L L L-AUDIO-R Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr ANT IN VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT SPEAKER to the AUDIO INPUT jacks on the T
External Equipment Connections PC setup How to connect 1. Use the TV`s RGB INPUT or DVI (Digital Visual Interface) INPUT port for video connections, depending on your PC connector. If the graphic card on the PC does not output analog and digital RGB simultaneously, connect only one of either RGB INPUT or DVI INPUT to display the Picture on the TV. If the graphic card on the PC does output analog and digital RGB simultaneously, set the TV to either RGB or DVI; (the other mode is set to Plug
Switching ON/OFF the TV set In the manual, the OSD (on screen display) may be different from your TV`s because it is just an example to help you with the TV operation. Power ON/OFF Switching ON/OFF the TV set 1 Please press down the power switch to switch on AC power supply and the power indicator will light . 2 If the indicator is lighting in red, press button Remote receiving on the remote control again. window Indicator display on the front SOURCE MENU - VOL + CH ENTER 3 If you want to
Watching TV Program You can watch TV program in a presetting channel. Watching TV program To select the TV mode Before watching TV program, you may ensure your tv in TV mode. Press TV/AV button to select tv mode. How to select the desired program 1 Using "Program number" buttons. Directly enter the channel number with the numeric keypad on the remote control. To select channel numbers from 10 ~ 99 ,press continuously the numeric buttons. 2 Using the CH+/- buttons. Press the CH+ button to
Watching TV Program continued Watching TV program If the colour of some channel is abnormal Usually colour system should be set in the auto position. However if the Prog.No. 26 Sound System D/K colour displayed on the screen are Color System AUTO Fine Tune 00 incorrect, you can manually select the Search 527.27 MHz Auto Search
Searching Channel This TV set has three methods to set channels, which are respectively full automatic, manual search fine tune. In this section, how to use the remote control to set channel is explained. You can also use buttons on the TV set to set channel. Full automatic search mode Automatic search 1 Press the MENU button and 26 Prog.No. Sound System D/K VOL+/- button, till tuner menu AUTO Color System Fine Tune 00 Search shown on the right display on 527.27 MHz Auto search
Manual search Manual search TV01 1 Press the CH+/- buttons or the AUTO PROGRAM NUMBER 0-9 D/K button to choose desired channels regard channel 1 as example 2 Press the MENU button and 01 VOL+/- button, till the tuner Prog.No. Sound System D/K menu shown on the right display AUTO Color System Fine Tune 00 on the screen. Search 527.27 MHz Auto Search
Fine tune Fine tune If the picture or sound are poor, try using the FINE TUNE feature. Do not use this feature unless reception is poor. TV08 1 Press the CH+/- buttons or AUTO NUMBER 0-9 button to BG choose desired channels regard channel 8 as example 2 Press the MENU button and 08 Prog.No. Sound System D/K VOL+/- button, till the tuner AUTO Color System Fine Tune 00 menu shown on the right display Search 527.27 MHz Auto Search
Picture Control Functions Multiple picture modes How to select picture modes You can quickly select the desired picture mode from three preset modes and one customized mode. Press the PSM button to select the Standard desired picture quality. Four kinds Soft of picture modes (i.e., "Standard", Bright "Soft", "Bright","Personal", ) can be selected in turn. Personal The 4 modes are Picture mode Picture quality A spare setting that can be adjusted to Personal personal tastes Designed for
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