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High Definition Digital Wide Screen LCD Television
Please read these operating instructions completely before operating this set. Retain the booklet for future
Trade Mark of the DVB Digital Video Broadcasting Project (1991 to 1996)
Registration number 3727 (32LWD500A), 3725 (27LWD500A)
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia
Panasonic and the Environment REDUCE ~ REUSE ~ RECYCLE Dear Panasonic Customer Thank you for choosing to buy a Panasonic colour television. This product was assembled at our Panasonic Television Factory in Penrith, New South Wales, Australia under our Quality and Environmental Management System. You can therefore be assured that you have purchased a quality product incorporating environmentally friendly features including low standby power usage and lead free sold
Important Information Warning WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. Do not place liquid containers (flower vase, cups, cosmetics, etc.) above the set (including on shelves above, etc.). WARNING: 1) To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. 2) Do not remove the grounding pin on the power plug. This apparatus is equipp
Analogue and Digital television - what are they? Analogue transmission is the system that has been used for many years for broadcasting television programmes. With continuous improvements in technology it is now possible to transmit programmes in a digital format, allowing clearer pictures, more stations and other services to be displayed on screen. Digital television is provided in three different ways; it can be sent along a cable connection direct to your house, broadcast from a satel
Contents Getting Started..............................................................................................................................................6 ~ 12 Battery Installation and Replacement ............................................................................................6 Battery Precautions........................................................................................................................6 Using the LCD stand...........................
Getting Started Battery Installation and Replacement 2 x “AA” Batteries 1 2 3 Place your fingernail under the Insert the batteries ensuring the Fit the battery cover and click it battery cover hook. Apply a correct polarity. into place. slight downward and backward pressure and lift the cover off. • Do Not use rechargeable batteries. • Do Not short circuit batteries. • Do Not mix battery types • Do Not disassemble batteries. • Do Not heat or burn batteries
Getting Started Connecting the Antenna Connect the television to the antenna wall plate and a good quality outside / roof antenna. This television uses an “F” connector for the RF input. If your wall 75Ohm Coaxial Cable plate or antenna lead is the standard (RG59 Quad Shield) “Belling Lee” connector, use the supplied Antenna Terminal “F” to “Belling Lee” adaptor. “F” Type Connector Plug the “F” connector firmly into the TV antenna input and then lock it in place with the lockin
Getting Started Which connectors to use First you must determine what video input connectors you have on your television. You might have: 1. Component Video (YPbPr) - represented by Red, Green and Blue RCA connectors. This connection will produce the best picture. 2. S-Video - represented by the S-Video connector. This produces the next best picture. 3. Composite Video (CVBS) - represented by a single Yellow RCA connector. Connecting Component Video Equipment Component Video (als
Getting Started Turn on the television Push the Power Switch to turn the Panasonic television ON. Notes: 1. The TV takes approximately 10 seconds to turn ON. Like your computer, it has to run a number of diagnostic and software checks before it can display any broadcast channels. 2. The indicator will be red when the television is in Standby, green when the TV is operating and off when the TV is unplugged. 3. The indicator will flash when a valid code is received from the r
Getting Started Remote Control Buttons Standby Switches TV on or off (standby). SD Switches the SD Card reader on or off. Mode Switches between viewing DVB and Analogue modes. Guide Displays the DVB Guide (see page 21). TV/AV Switches between viewing TV or AV input. Cursor Used to make selections and adjustments. OK Used to confirm selections and choices. Menu Press to access the Picture, Sound and Setup menus Exit Used to exit the menu system. Coloured buttons Used for the se
Getting Started Auto Setup Plug the television into the mains and switch it on. Unless your dealer has already programmed the television for your state or territory, you will have to perform an Auto Setup. Use the UP or DOWN buttons to select the state or territory in which you live. Press the OK button to start the Auto Setup. The television will search for the digital and analogue AUTO SETUP IN PROGRESS stations simultaneously. TV stations will be located and stored
Picture menu operation Press the MENU Button. Use the UP and Picture Menu DOWN buttons to move to the Contrast 32 Picture Menu. Picture Menu Brightness 32 Colour 25 Press the LEFT, Sound Menu 03 Sharpness RIGHT or OK Tint 28 button to access Setup Menu Backlight Auto the Picture Menu Colour Balance Normal settings. Medium P-NR Use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to adjust the level or change the option. Viewing mode The Viewing mode menu allows you to change the picture
Sound menu operation Press the MENU Button. Sound Menu Use the UP and DOWN buttons to move to the Bass 18 Sound Menu. Treble 18 Balance 32 Picture Menu Press the LEFT, RIGHT Headphone Volume 23 or OK button to access Analogue MPX Stereo Sound Menu the Sound Menu Ambience On Audio Delay Off settings. Setup Menu Use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to adjust the level or change the option. The sound can be improved during Music, Cinema, Speech or Custom mode Mode by selecting
Setup menu operation Press the MENU Button. Setup Menu Use the UP and DOWN buttons to Power On Preference move to the Setup Volume Correction Picture Menu Menu. Analogue Tuning Menu DVB System Setup Sound Menu Press the LEFT, DVB Tuning Menu RIGHT or OK button HDMI Audio Setup Menu to access the Setup PC Input Setup Menu settings. Use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to adjust the level or change the option. AV4 In Select Allows you to select which video source to apply to the AV4
DVB System Setup Press the MENU Button. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to move to the Setup Menu. Picture Menu Press the LEFT, RIGHT or OK button to access the Setup Menu settings. Sound Menu Setup Menu DVB System Setup Use the UP and DOWN buttons to move to the DVB System Setup menu. Press the LEFT or RIGHT button to access the DVB System Setup menu settings Signal Quality This function displays an indication of signal quality for each DVB programme position. The
Favourites Setup Allows you to set up a list of favourite channels allowing you to ‘channel surf’ through your personal favourites instead of through the entire range of channels. Many channels are duplicated. They have been set up by the broadcasters for future use. Access the DVB System Setup (see page 15) and select Favourites Setup. Favourites Setup TV 1 TEN Digital You can use the Favourite Setup to change 2 ABC TV Sydney channel. Use the Up and Down buttons to sel
DVB Tuning Menu Press the MENU Button. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to move to the Setup menu. Press the LEFT or RIGHT button to access the Setup menu settings. Picture Menu Sound Menu DVB Tuning Menu Setup Menu Use the UP and DOWN buttons to move to the DVB Tuning Menu. Press the LEFT, RIGHT or OK button to access the DVB Tuning Menu settings Channel Installation Auto Scan Channels will perform an automatic tuning Channel Installation of all digital channels. Man
Shipping Condition The Shipping Condition menu will reset all data; clearing all tuning information and resetting all control levels back to factory settings. DVB Mode Press the MENU Button. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to move to the Setup Menu. Press the LEFT or RIGHT button to access the Setup Menu. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to move to the Shipping Condition feature. Use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to access the Shipping Condition feature Press EXIT to exit or press OK to st
Analogue tuning menu Press the MENU Button. Select the Setup Menu. Analogue Tuning Menu Picture Menu Sound Menu Use the UP or DOWN buttons to move to the Analogue tuning menu. Setup Menu Use the LEFT or RIGHT buttons to access the Analogue tuning menu. Analogue Auto Setup Use the automatic tuning procedure only if you wish to reset ALL Programme Location Numbers. Press OK to access the Analogue Auto Setup. You will be given a warning that all analogue data will be erased. Yo
Special Buttons Information i The Information banner provides access to information on current and upcoming programmes and easy switching between all channels or just those in your Favourites list. Press the Information 3. SBS DIGITAL 1 9:29AM button. An information banner will appear with Le Journal Rating: - details of the current programme being 9:22AM - 9:57AM
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