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Table of Contents
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Installing your television set & Positioning the television set “ Remote control Place your TV on a solid, stable surface, leaving Insert the two R6-type batteries (supplied) a space of at least 5 cm around the appliance. making sure that they are the right way round. To avoid accidents, do not put anything on the Check that the mode selector is set to TV. The batteries supplied with this appliance do not set such as a cloth or cover, a container full of contain mercury or nickel cadmium. If you
The remote control keys List of programmes Contrast + To display/clear the list of programmes. To activate / de-activate the Use the keys IJ to select a automatic contrast adjustment programme and the key L to display it. system (the dark areas are made The symbol + is displayed alongside darker whilst maintaining the detail). all programmes which are locked (p.8) or ? if they are not locked. Standby Sleeptimer To set the TV to standby mode. To select the length of time To switch the TV set on
Quick installation The first time you switch on the television, a number of programmes found.When it has menu appears on the screen and the tuning finished the menu disappears. starts automatically. To exit or interrupt the search, press the H key. If no programmes are found, refer to the chapter SELECT LANGUAGE entitled Tips on p. 16. LANGUAGE COUNTRY & If the transmitter or the cable network • ENGLISH AUSTRIA broadcasts the automatic sort signal, the SEARCHING DANSK BELGIUM PLEASE WAIT NEDERLA
Using other menus PICTURE MENU MENU MENU ` • BRIGHTNESS • COLOUR Ø ı TV • CONTRAST --I------ 39 VCR • SHARPNESS 1 DVD • STORE 4 Choosing a language and country & Press the H key to display the main menu. “ Press L to go into the LANGUAGE menu. é Select INSTALL (J), then press L. ‘ Select your language with the IJ keys. The INSTALL menu appears. The menus will appear in the chosen language. The LANGUAGE option is activated. ( Press K to exit the LANGUAGE menu. § Select the option COUNTRY and pres
Manual tuning This menu allows you to store the Then press K to exit from the menu. programmes one by one. * Except for France (standard LL'): select the & Press H. option FRANCE. é Select INSTALL (J), then press L. ( Select SEARCH and press L. The INSTALL menu appears. The search begins.As soon as a programme is “ Select MANUAL STORE (J) then press L. found, the search will stop. If you know the The menu appears : frequency of the programme required, enter its number directly using the 09 keys
w Check that the mode selector on the side of the remote control is set to TV. Adjusting the picture Description of the settings: & Press H then L. • BRIGHTNESS: alters the brightness of the The PICTURE menu appears : image. PICTURE • COLOUR: alters the colour intensity. • PICTURE • SOUND • BRIGHTNESS --I------ 39 • FEATURES • CONTRAST: alters the variation between • INSTALL • COLOUR light and dark tones. • CONTRAST • SHARPNESS • SHARPNESS: alters the crispness of the image. • STORE • STORE: sto
w Check that the mode selector on the side of the remote control is set to TV. Timer function This menu allows you to use your TV as an the set is switched on using teletext information taken from programme 1. If programme 1 does alarm clock. not have teletext, the update will not take place. & Press H. ( START TIME: enter the start time. é Select FEATURES (J) and press L twice. The TIMER menu appears : § STOP TIME: enter the stop time. è PROG; NO;: enter the number of the FEATURES programme req
Teletext Teletext is an information system, broadcast by certain channels, which can be read like a newspaper. It also provides subtitles 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.When first pressed, the main index page appears with a list of the items available. Each page has a corresponding 3-figure numb
w Check that the mode selector on the side of the remote control is set to TV. 16:9 Formats The pictures you receive may be transmitted in 16:9 format (wide screen) or 4:3 format (conventional screen). 4:3 pictures sometimes have a black band at the top and bottom of the screen (letterbox format).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 sp
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 5 possible modes for this type of picture ZOOM 14 : 9 MENU ZOOM 16 : 9 4 : 3 MENU SUBTITLE ZOOM Subtitles SUPERWIDE Progressive zoom é 4:3 Picture Letterbox MENU 4 : 3 ZOOM 16 : 9 x2 “ 16:9 Picture MENU WIDE SCREEN 4 : 3 x1 11
Using the built-in DVD player The built-in DVD player allows you to play DVD video disks as well as video and audio CDs (including finalised CD-Rs and CD-RWs).The disks can be recognised by their logo on the packaging. Note: Generally, DVD films are not placed on the market at the same time in the various regions of the world.Accordingly, DVD players are provided with geographical zone codes. If you insert a disk which has a regional code that is different from that of your reader, you will see
Playing a DVD or video CD w To access the DVD functions you must first switch the mode selector located on the side of the remote control to the DVD position. . ` Play Ø ı |Œ Once the disk has been inserted and the drawer closed, play begins TV automatically. Certain disks will ask you to select a heading from a menu. VCR 1 2 3 DVD Use the buttons 09 or IJ KL then press P (button C). 4 5 6 Stopping play 7 8 9 Press the Ê button to stop play.The default screen appears and displays SMART SMART - ª
Playing an audio CD w First you must switch the mode selector located on the side of the remote control to the DVD position. Play . ` Once the disk has been inserted and the drawer has closed, play Ø ı |Œ TV begins automatically.A special menu appears on the screen, indicating VCR 1 2 3 the number of tracks, the total length of the disk, the current track DVD 4 5 6 and time. Changing tracks 7 8 9 SMART SMART Use the @ P # keys on the remote control to change tracks or - ª 0 the 09 keys to select
OSD menu This menu allows you to access all the special Description of symbols: functions of the DVD player. A Preferential settings Press the Q key (key R).A menu bar T Titles appears at the top of the screen with symbols C Chapters / sequences for each setting. Use the KL IJ keys to B Audio language select and make settings. C Subtitling language D Camera angle E Zoom G Favourite tracks Æ H Sound I Frame by frame J Slow motion K Fast play L Direct access by time Symbols shown in grey indicate
Preferential settings • Analog output; to choose the type of Press Q. On the menu bar, select A and signal available on the analog output: Stereo, press J to display the preferential settings Dolby Surround* or 3D sound*. menu: * These settings do not work with this television. • Night mode; optimises the sound dynamics for low-volume listening. TV Shape 16/9 • Karaoke vocal; Only activate this function Black level shift On for playing special karaoke DVDs (the Video shift ____.____ karaoke voic
Access control and lock This function allows you to access various a code to authorise the playing of DVD and levels of security for the player. video CD disks. & Press Q. Select A and press J until select ( Parental level: to activate the level of menu O. security from 0 (off) to 8 (maximum). Certain DVD disks include security levels (1 to 8) é Press L twice to enter the Access control with substitute scenes. For example, if you choose menu. level 4, all scenes of level 4 (and below) will be “
VCR 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 (only) Video recorder Carry out the connections featured opposite. Use a good quality euroconnector cable. If your video recorder does not have a euroconnector socket, the only connection possible is via the aerial cable.You w
S-VHS Video R Audio L n S-VHS Video R Audio L n Connecting other appliances Carry out the connections featured opposite. * Using the N key, select EXT3 for a VHS or 8mm camcorder and S-VHS3 * for an S-VHS or Hi-8 camcorder. * Only available on certain versions. S-VHS, Hi-8 For a mono set, connect the sound signal to the AUDIO L (or AUDIO R) input.The sound automatically comes out of the left and right speakers of the set. VHS, 8 mm Headphones The @”# keys allow you to adjust the volume on the he
Tips Poor reception has been activated in the OSD menu (see p. 16). The proximity of mountains or high buildings Does the DVD player no longer work? may be responsible for ghost pictures, echoing Check that the disk does not have any or shadows. In this case, try manually adjusting fingerprints on it. Clean it with a soft cloth, wiping from the centre to the edge. your picture: see "fine tuning" (p.6) or modify the orientation of the outside aerial. Does No sound your antenna enable you to recei
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