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Instruction for Use
Care of the screen Do not touch, push, rub or strike the screen with anything hard as this may scratch or damage the screen permanently. Do not rub with chemically treated cloth. Do not touch the surface with bare hands or greasy cloth. Unplug the TV before cleaning the screen. When the surface becomes dusty, please wipe gently with absorbent cotton or other soft materials like chamois. Do not use acetone, toluene and alcohol because they cause chemical damage. Do not use l
Make sure that air can circulate freely through the ventilation slots To prevent any unsafe situations, no naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on or in the vicinity. Avoid heat, direct sunlight and exposure to rain or water. The equipment should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on it. Insert the aerial plug firmly into the aerial socket at the bottom rear of the TV. Connectin
Accessing the Set-up Menu When the set is in the High Security Mode, the Setup menu can be accessed only by the Institutional Set-up Remote Control (RG4172BK or RC2573) by pressing the M key. The Institutional Set-Up Remote Control is available as an option. When the set is in the Standard Security Mode the Set-up Menu may be accessed with the standard guest remote control (RC2886) by a sequence of commands (3 1 9 7 5 3 MUTE). RC2886
Navigation The current menu item can be selected by means of the Up/Down keys. Submenus can be accessed from menu items indicated with a “>” symbol by pressing the Right key. • To exit any menu press “Menu” button • Select “YES” to activate/enable a setting, “NO” to deactivate/disable. • TELEVISION up/down, INFO up/down, PAY-TV up/down and RADIO up/down are active in Setup menu mode and the television reacts the same way as in TV mode.
• Language: Select the language of the installation menu. Options are "ENGLISH" and "MELAYU". • Communication: The Communication option is for enabling interactive applications. For more information consult the application notes. For stand-alone applications select “OFF” option under the Communication sub menu. Important! Do not select Iconn1 mode unless application is with Iconn 1 box. Once the TV is set in Iconn1 mode, it will not respond to RC commands anymore
In the Channel Installation sub-menu, channel settings can be set. When this menu is open, all the protections are inactive. • Channel: The Channel type can be selected with the cursor Left/Right key. The available options are: "TV", "INFO", "PAYTV" and "RADIO". Note: Use the numeric keys to enter the program number. For program number below 10, enter the first digit as “0” followed by the program number. Eg “01” for TV 1. Alternatively, enter the program number followed by Up
In the Configuration menu, various settings and features of the TV can be adjusted. • Switch On/OSD: In this sub- menu the Switch On characteristics and On Screen Display settings of the TV upon switched On can be configured. • Picture/Sound: In this sub-menu, the Picture and Sound settings of the TV can be set. • Security: In this sub-menu, the Security settings of the TV can be configured. • Control: In this sub-menu, the Control settings of the TV can be configured.
• Switch On Pic Fmt: This item sets the television’s Picture Format at switch on. Use the Right/Left key to select the desired format. • Power On: The Power On menu function defines the behavior of the television whenever AC Power is applied. The available options are "FORCED ON", "LAST STATUS" and “STANDBY”. o FORCED ON: TV will be automatically switched to ON mode whenever the mains power is turned ON or resumed after a power interruption. Note that the remote control STAN
• Treble/Bass: This adjusts the level of treble and bass effects on the TV’s sound output. • Balance: This balances the sound on the left and right speakers. • AVL (Automatic Volume Leveller): This option is used to limit the increase in sound level especially during programme change or advertising slots. In this sub menu, the Security settings of the TV can be configured. • Security Level: The “SECURITY” function allows the user to select one of two states - “HIGH”
In this sub menu, the Control settings of the TV can be configured. • ESP: Energy Saving Programmability Mode (ESP) function controls the maximum continuous viewing time allowed and its valid values are 00 - 99 (in hours). 00 value means that the ESP function is OFF. Note that if the TV is switched off, the ESP timer countdown will be reset. • Audio/Video Mute: The Audio/Video Mute menu function determines whether the video should be blanked and the audio should b
Alarm On (for sets with Clock display) Activates the wake-up alarm. After a valid time (0:00 to 23:59) i s entered, the “Wake up Alarm” Standby icon on the clock display will be visible. Press to switch the TV to standby mode. + Info - + Pay TV - To move up or down To move up or down a an Info channel. Pay TV channel. + Radio - To move up or down a Radio channel. Alarm Off (for sets with Smart Keys Clock display) To select predefined Deactivates the wake-up alarm. p
Teletext is an information system broadcast available in certain channels. In some countries, it also offers access to subtitles for viewers with hearing problems or who are not familiar with the transmission language (cable networks, satellite channels, etc.). Press: To switch Teletext On/Off In Teletext mode, press: To enter a (3-digit) page number For previous / next page For previous / next page Direct access to coloured page numbers as
The pictures you receive may be transmitted in 16:9 format (wide screen) or 4:3 format (conventional screen). 16:9 pictures sometimes have a black band at the top and bottom of the screen (letterbox format). This function allows you to optimize the picture display on screen. Using the different formats Use the 16:9 Formats key on the Remote Control to select the different modes: 4:3, Zoom 14:9, Zoom 16:9, Subtitle zoom, Super wide, Wide screen or Fullscreen. 4:3 The picture is re
Fullscreen This mode displays images in full screen. Press the key for approximately 5 seconds. The following text then appears: If the word “LOW” appears instead of “OK”, the remote control batteries are low and must be replaced. - 15 -
Should your remote be lost or broken you can still change some of the basic settings with the keys on top/side of your TV. Keys on top of TV Keys on side of TV Press: • The – Vol + key to adjust the volume; • The – P/CH+ key to select the TV channels or source Press the MENU/OK key to summon the main menu (not available on all TVs). Use: • The – Vol + key and the – P/CH+ key to select menu items in the directions as shown; • The MENU/OK key to remove the me
This section provides information on the connectivity available for different LCD Television sets. Refer to the screen size that is relevant to your TV set. 20” LCD TVs Connectors on the 20” LCD TVs 1. TV and Radio aerial sockets 2. Component Video Inputs (CVI) connectors – Pr, Pb, Y 3. Audio-In connectors (AV1) 4. Video-In connector (AV1) 5. Side IO Connectors (AV2) – Audio-In, Video-In, S-Video, and PC-Audio In 6. Data 2 (RJ45) jack – for interacti
23” LCD TVs Connectors on the 23” and 26” LCD TVs 1. TV and Radio aerial sockets 2. Component Video Inputs (CVI) connectors – Pr, Pb, Y 3. Audio-In and Video-In connectors (AV1) 4. S-Video and Audio/Video-In connectors (AV2) 5. VGA, DVI and Audio input for connecting a computer 6. External Bathroom Speaker 7. Data 2 (RJ45) jack – for interactive connectivity purposes 8. Data 1 (RJ12) jack - for interactive connectivity purposes
30” LCD TVs Connectors on the 30” LCD TVs 1. Side IO Connectors – Audio-In, Video-In, and S-Video 2. Data 1 (RJ12) jack - for interactive connectivity purposes 3. Data 2 (RJ45) jack – for interactive connectivity purposes 4. 12V-In power DC jack 5. HDMI Input connector (AV3) 6. VGA and Audio input for connecting a computer (AV3) 7. S-Video and Audio/Video-In connector (AV2) 8. Monitor-Out (Video/Audio) connector 9. Component Video Inputs (CVI) connectors – Pr,
42” TVs Connectors on the 42” TVs 1. 12V-In power DC jack 2. Data 1 (RJ12) jack - for interactive connectivity purposes 3. Data 2 (RJ45) jack – for interactive connectivity purposes 4. HDMI Input connector (AV3) 5. VGA and Audio input for connecting a computer (AV3) 6. S-Video and Audio/Video-In connector (AV2) 7. Monitor-Out (Video/Audio) connector 8. Component Video Inputs (CVI) connectors – Pr, Pb, Y 9. Audio-In and Video-In connectors (AV1) 10. TV aeria
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