Panasonic TX-76PW155A user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic TX-76PW155A

Device: Panasonic TX-76PW155A
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Date of adding : 2014-08-08 16:35:50
Number of pages: 40
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Widescreen Stereo Colour Television
With Picture-in-picture andTeletext
TX-86PW155A
TX-76PW155A
Widescreen Stereo Colour Television
With Teletext
TX-76PW60A
TX-66PW60A
Operating Instructions
This instruction manual covers a range of
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televisions. Your television may not have all
the functions described herein.
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Please read these operating instructions
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retain the booklet for future reference.
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Panasonic and the Environment Reduce, reuse, recycle Dear Panasonic Customer, Welcome to the Panasonic family. We hope that you will have many years of enjoyment from your new Colour Television. Thank you for choosing to buy this Panasonic Colour Television. It was assembled at our Panasonic Television factory in Penrith, Australia under an internationally accredited quality and environmental system. You can therefore be assured that you have purchased a quality product incorporating features t

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Important Information Warning This television is very heavy (please see page 39). Most of the weight is at the front of the television. Although the television has been tilt tested and meets current Australian and International Standards, we recommend that great care be taken when positioning the television. * Do not allow the front of the set to overhang the stand or cabinet. * Make sure that the stand or cabinet is flat and does not lean forward. * Do not allow anyone to climb or sit on the te

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CONTENTS Getting started .............................................................................................................................................. 6 Using the On Screen Displays .................................................................................................................... 8 Control Panel and Remote Control ............................................................................................................. 9 Front Panel Buttons ................

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CONTENTS Teletext Operation .............................................................................................................................. 20 ~ 22 F.P. (Favourite Page) ................................................................................................................ 21 SET UP .................................................................................................................................... 21 TV/TEXT ................................................

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Getting Started Connect the Aerial The RF (Aerial) Input impedance of this television is 75 Ω. If your aerial lead is 300 Ω ribbon (two wires separated by a flat plastic strip) you will require a 300 Ω/75 Ω Balun (not supplied) in order to connect your aerial to the television. Note: For your safety any external aerial should be installed by a reputable qualified installer and should comply with Australian Standard AS1417.1. In New Zealand the installation should comply with International Standa

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Battery Installation and Replacement Open Battery Cover Place your thumb on the battery cover triangle. Apply a slight downward pressure with the thumb and slide the cover back. This allows the cover to be removed. Insert Batteries Insert the batteries ensuring the correct polarity. The polarity is identified by the “ + “ symbol on the battery and the “ + “ and “ - “ symbols on the battery compartment. The springs inside the battery compartment connect to the negative terminal of the battery. Tw

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Using The On Screen Displays Many features available on this TV can be accessed via the On Screen Display menu system. Use the remote control to access and adjust features as required. Picture menu Sound menu Setup menu Volume Contrast Bass Teletext TOP Brightness Treble Off timer Off Colour Balance Flicker reduction Off Sharpness Headphone volume Q-Link On Colour balance Normal Tuning menu MPX Stereo P-NR Auto Geomagnetic Mode Music Ambience On ON SCREEN HELP Instruction box An on screen help

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Control Panel Buttons Open the control panel door to gain access to the television Controls Push the door at the point marked to open. Push again to close. V3 A S - V V L R AV3 S - V V L R Remote Control Buttons Stand By Mute Picture Programme Number Up Volume Up Sound Programme Number Down Set Up Volume Down TV / AV Recall Coloured Buttons. Used for Aspect Functions, AV Selection Teletext Functions Still Direct TV Rec Ambience Direct

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Television Control Panel Buttons BUTTON WHAT IT DOES TX-86PW155A TX-76PW60A TX-76PW155A TX-66PW60A STR This button is used to store tuning information and other function settings. It is also used to start the menu demonstration. F The F button is used to select the on screen display functions. Press the button to select the following functions sequentially. Volume Geomagnetic Contrast Tuning mode Brightness Balance Colour Treble Sharpness Bass Tint Notes: Tint: Only in AV Mode when receiving

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Remote Control Television Operation BUTTON WHAT IT DOES STANDBY The remote control button is used to turn the television into Standby mode. When the television is in Stand-By it is possible to turn it back on by pressing this remote control Power Button, the Programme Number UP or DOWN Button (front panel or remote control) or any of the direct Programme Number Buttons. PICTURE This button is used to select the picture menu. Please refer to page 14 for detailed operating instructions. SOUND

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Remote Control Television Operation BUTTON WHAT IT DOES MULTI WINDOW (TX-86PW155A & TX-76PW155A only) This option allows you to watch: * a television picture and an AV picture at the same time, or * two AV pictures at the same time. Pressing this button will access the Picture in Picture options. You can choose between normal, PIP (Picture In Picture) or PAP (Picture And Picture). The Multipip function does not operate when you are using a Progressive signal. If you are already in Multipip

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Remote Control Television Operation BUTTON WHAT IT DOES HELP Pressing this button displays on screen instructions on how to adjust various settings and how to connect external equipment. Press the HELP button and select one of the options. Please refer to page 13. SOUND MUTE Pressing this button reduces the sound from the television to nil. Pressing the button again returns the sound to the original setting. Pressing the Volume Up ( + ) or Down ( - ) will also restore the volume level settin

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Picture Menu Push the PICTURE button. Select the option. Adjust the chosen option. Push the TV/AV at any time to return to watching TV. Pushing the STR button after making an Picture menu adjustment will store the new setting as the default value, replacing the factory setting. Contrast Brightness Colour Sharpness Colour balance Normal P-NR Auto Viewing mode The Viewing mode control allows you to change the Picture setting between Dy- namic, Normal and Cinema. Dynamic For viewing in brightly l

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Sound Menu Push the SOUND button Move to the option Adjust the chosen option Push TV/AV at any time to return to watching TV. Push the STR button after making an Sound menu adjustment will store the new setting as Volume the default value, replacing the factory Bass setting. Treble Balance Headphone volume MPX Stereo Mode Music Ambience On Volume Adjusts the output volume. Bass Used to boost or cut low frequency sounds. Treble Used to boost or cut high frequency sounds. Balance Adjusts the sound

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Set Up Menu Setup menu Push the SETUP button Teletext TOP Off timer Off Flicker reduction Off RF Mode Q-Link On Tuning menu Move to the option Geomagnetic Setup menu Adjust the chosen option Off timer Off Flicker reduction Off AV Mode Volume correction Q-Link On Push TV/AV at any time Geomagnetic AV1 select YUV to return to watching TV. AV2 out Allows you to select which audio / video source will be sent to the AV2 Scart output. You can choose between TV (current selected programme), AV1, AV3, A

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Setup Menu - Q-Link Q-Link allows the television to communicate with a compatible VCR. For Q-Link communication to work, the TV must be connected to a “Q-Link” compatible VCR using a “fully wired” Scart cable between the AV2 socket of the television and the appropriate socket on your VCR. For connection to the appropriate Scart socket on the VCR, refer to your VCR operating instruction book. In order to make use of Q-Link, ensure that the Q-Link option is set to On in the SETUP menu: Press the S

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Setup menu - Geomagnetic Correction Magnetic interference may come from such things as unshielded motors, moving the TV while it is switched ON, turning off a vacuum cleaner too close to the TV, lightning strikes nearby or many other things. If geomagnetic changes cause colour patches on the screen switch your Television OFF for 30 minutes and then switch it back ON. Slight tilting of the picture may be noticeable or coloured patches may sometimes appear at the corners of the screen (colour puri

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Aspect control Press the Aspect button Press Aspect button again or Press red or green to change aspects. Panasonic Auto This option determines the best aspect ratio to use to fill your screen. If Auto detects a widescreen signal it switches into the appropriate 16:9 or 14:9 widescreen mode. A 4:3 picture will be stretched at the edges to fill the whole << >> screen. 16:9 This option will display a true 16:9 (anamorphic) picture with no aspect distortion. << >> 14:9 This option will display a 14

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Teletext Operation Teletext is only available on certain broadcast channels. The time taken to display the pages and sub-pages is set by the teletext transmitter and not by the television. Teletext is also used for Closed Captioning of television programmes. Captions are used by people who are deaf, hearing impaired, learning English or viewing in a noisy environment. Captions differ from foreign language subtitles in that they are coloured and positioned to indicate who is speaking, and provide


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