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Table of contents
Installing the television set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Tuning in the TV channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Installing the television set Positioning the television set Place your TV on a solid, stable surface. To avoid any dangerous situations and operating fault, do not place anything on the TV set and leave a space of at least 5cm around the appliance. Connections • Insert the aerial plug into the socket at the rear of the set. • Insert the mains plug into a wall socket (220-240 V / 50 Hz). Remote control Insert the two R6-type batteries (supplied) making sure they are the right way round. In an ef
The remote control keys Screen information To display / re m ove the pr o g r a m m e nu m b e r,the name (if it exists), t h e t i m e,the sound mode and the Picture adjustment time remaining on the timer. H o l d To activate / deactivate the d own for 5 seconds to picture adjustment controls. p e r m a n e n t ly display the p rogramme number on the scr e e n . Standby To set the TV to standby mode. Sleeptimer To switch the TV set on again, To select the length of time befo re press P or . t
Tuning-in the TV channels Selecting the language and the country Press the key.The main menu is displayed on the screen Press 3 times to select INSTALL. Press .The INSTALL menu appears.The LANGUAGE option is activated. Select your language using the keys.The menus appear in the language selected. Press to select COUNTRY. Select your country using the keys (GB for Great Britain). If you wish to exit the menus, press the key twice (or once on the key). Automatic store Carry out the above operatio
Re-numbering programmes If the INSTALL menu is already displayed on the screen, go directly to step . To display the INSTALL menu Press . Select INSTALL. Press . Select SORT ( ) and press . The SORT menu appears. Select FROM using the key. Display the programme you wish to re-number using keys to (or P ). If, for example, you want to re-number programme 97 as 5: type . Press to select TO. Enter the new programme number using keys to . In our example, type . Select OK ( ) and press .The message
Manual store This menu allows you to store each programme manually. If the INSTALL menu is already displayed on the screen, go directly to step . To display the INSTALL menu Press . Select INSTALL. Press . Select MANUAL STORE ( ) and press . The MANUAL STORE menu appears. Select SYSTEM ( ). Use to select AUTO (automatic reception*) or standard reception with, a c c o rding to the model:W.EUR ( s t a n d a rd B G ) ,E .E U R ( s t a n d a rd DK), UK (standard I) or FRANCE (standard LL ’ ) . * For
Using other menus To display a menu Press . Press .The menu appears. Select the PICTURE, SOUND or FEATURES. Use the keys to select an adjustment and to make that adjustment. The key is used to exit from the menu displayed. Picture menu You can adjust BRIGHTNESS, COLOUR, CONTRAST, SHARPNESS and COLOUR TEMP • SHARPNESS: modifies the clarity of the picture, • COLOUR TEMP (colour temperature): adjusts the colour temperature of the picture.Three options are available here: COOL (blue white), NORMAL
Timer menu This menu allows you to use your TV as an alarm clock. In the FEATURES menu: Select TIMER ( ) and press .The TIMER menu appears. Use the key to select the following settings: TIME: enter the current time ( or keys). N.B.: Every time the TV is switched on, the clock is automatically updated on the basis of the teletext information in programme No. 1. If the TV set does not feature teletext, this update will not occur. PROG. NO (programme number): enter the number of the programme. STAR
Teletext Teletext is an information system, broadcast by certain TV channels, which can be consulted much like a newspaper. It also provides sub-titles for people with hearing difficulties or those who are unfamiliar with the language in which a particular programme is being broadcast (cable networks, satellite channels, etc.). Switch teletext on / off To call up or exit from teletext.The main index page presents a list of items to which you have access. Each item has a corresponding 3 digit pag
16:9 Formats The pictures you r e c e i ve may be transmitted in 16:9 format (wide screen) or 4:3 format (conv e n t i o n a l s c re e n ) .4:3 pictures sometimes have a black band at the top and bottom of the screen (letterbox f o r m a t ) . This function allows you to optimise the picture display on screen. Automatic switching This TV set is also equipped with automatic switching which will select the correct-screen format, provided the specific signals are transmitted with the programmes. T
Selecting the correct mode Different modes can be selected to suit different picture formats, use the following diagrams as a guide to which mode to use. 4:3 Picture There are 4 possible modes for this type of picture Subtitle 4:3 Picture Letterbox x2 16:9 Picture x5 11
Connecting peripheral equipment The television has 2 external sockets situated at the back of the set (EXT1 and EXT2). The EXT1 socket has audio and video inputs/outputs and RGB inputs. The EXT2 socket has audio and video inputs/outputs and S-VHS inputs. Video recorder Video recorder (only) Carry out the connections featured opposite. Use a good quality euroconnector cable. If your video recorder does not have a euroconnector sock e t , the only connection possible is via the aerial cab l e.You
Amplifier To connect to a hi-fi system, use an audio connection cable and connect the “ L” and “R” outputs on the TV set to the “ AUDIO IN” “ L” and “R” input on your hi-fi amplifier. N.B.: sound output corresponds either to the sound from the television tuner or to the sound from the equipment connected to EXT1 or EXT3, but never to the sound from the equipment connected to EXT2. If you have a VCR, connect it to EXT1 in order to benefit from the sound output. Headphones Depending on the model,
Tips Poor reception socket with the key: S-VHS2(or The proximity of mountains or high S-VHS3) instead of EXT2 (or EXT3). buildings may be responsible for To play a video cassette, check that it ghost pictures, echoing or shadows. has been recorded under the same In this case, try manually adjusting standard (PAL, SECAM, NTSC) which your picture: see "fine tuning" (p.6) or can be re p l ayed by the video r e c o rd e r. modify the orientation of the outside No sound aerial. Does your antenna enab
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