RCA F38310 user manual

User manual for the device RCA F38310

Device: RCA F38310
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Date of adding : 2014-05-08 16:40:39
Number of pages: 100
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Important Information WARNING To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove WARNING cover (or back). No user-serviceable parts inside. To reduce the risk of fire or RISK OF ELECTRIC Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. SHOCK DO NOT OPEN electric hazard, do not expose this product to rain or moisture. This symbol indicates "dangerous This symbol indicates voltage" inside the product that important instructions presents a risk of electric shock or accompanying the product. persona

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Table of Contents Setup and Connections ....................................... 5 Step 1: Unpack the System .............................................................. 6 Step 2: Connect Your TV to Other Components ............................. 6 Jacks and Cables......................................................................... 7 Front Buttons ............................................................................. 8 Back of the TV ..................................................

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Table of Contents Sorting the DIRECTV® Programming Guide................................. 38 The Other Icons .............................................................................. 42 Adjusting TV Controls....................................... 43 Picture Quality Controls ................................................................. 44 Picture Settings ........................................................................ 44 Color Warmth .............................................

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Table of Contents Options and Preferences .................................. 63 Changing the Signal Source .......................................................... 64 Changing the Signal Type .............................................................. 64 Auto Tuning .................................................................................... 65 Channel Search ............................................................................... 66 Mailbox ..................................

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Welcome to HDTV High Definition refers to a new way of sending programming information over the airwaves and into your TV. There are two types of TV display formats available. One is ATSC format, which originated from the Advanced Television Systems Committee. The other is NTSC format, which is named for the National Television System Committee. What makes your High Definition Television (HDTV) special is that it has tuners capable of receiving several types of signals: analog (in NTSC format) a

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➣➣➣➣➣➣➣ Setup and Connections Setup and connections Getting Started 1 This section tells you how to get your HDTV set up and connected. It describes the cables you will need, explains the front and back panels, and walks you through the steps needed to start using your TV. Using the Remote 2 Basic TV Operation 3 Using The Program 4 Guides Adjusting TV Controls 5 Using The Profiles ➣ 6 Options and 7 Preferences Getting Assistance 8 Reference 9 5

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VOL Setup and Connections VCR1 ON•OFF TV DVD VCR2 AUX DIRECTV Step 1: Unpack the System MUTE SKIP CH + CH FETCH GO BACK GUIDE INFO OK Make sure to locate the remote control and power cord. MENU CLEAR 12 3 45 6 78 9 INPUT ANTENNA 0 REVERSE PLAY FORWARD RECORD STOP PAUSE PIP SWAPCH CTRLWHO Step 2: Connect Your TV to Other Remote Control Power Cord Components During the satellite dish antenna installation, the TV may have been connected with just a coaxial cable for the system test. Depending on wh

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Setup and Connections Jacks and Cables Below is a description of the jacks and cables you can use to make connections. Note that not all cables come with your television unit. S-Video Jack and Cable The S-Video jack provides the best picture quality for your system. This jack is available on this TV and is used in conjunction with audio cables. Remember also to connect the left and right audio cables because the S-Video jack carries only the picture signal, not the sound. S-Video Jack Audio/Vide

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K R O E / W U N Power Menu • OK O Volume V E Setup and Connections Front Buttons If you cannot find your remote control, you can use the front panel of the TV to The diagrams below describe the front panel and front input jacks on operate many of the TV’s features. the TV. Please note that the exact look of the buttons pictured here may be different from yours. Front panel buttons on model P61310 CH VOL VOL CH Front panel buttons on model F38310 TV|DIRECTV Toggles between TV mode and DIRECTV mo

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S-VIDEO O L O O R A HONE IV NIP DU ET 4 /M N AUDIO HE DP Setup and Connections Front Inputs The monitor has front inputs for convenience; one set of audio/video inputs and a headphone jack. These jacks let you connect a baseband NTSC (analog) component such as a VCR, Internet access device, game, or camcorder. Look for a hinged door and gently lift the cover open. Please note that the exact look of the jacks or the TV pictured here may be different from yours. R PHONES VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN PHONES

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Setup and Connections Back of the TV The diagram below describes each of the back panel jacks found on the TV. When connecting A/V cables, be sure to connect corresponding outputs and inputs (video to video, right audio to right audio, etc.). SATELLITE IN ACCESS CARD DIGITAL PHONE AUDIO OUT JACK AUDIO COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT VIDEO L R S-VIDEO AUDIO YPB PR R INPUT1 AUDIO OUTPUTS VARIABLE FIXED L LR L R INPUT2 ANTENNA B IN EXT SPEAKERS EXT INPUT3 ANTENNA A INT + + IN R L POWER SATELLITE IN Use

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Setup and Connections INPUT 1 Lets you connect a baseband NTSC (analog) component such AUDIO as a VCR, laserdisc player, Internet access device, or DVD player. VIDEO L R S-VIDEO • VIDEO provides composite video connection. The video connector is INPUT1 usually yellow. • L AUDIO provides left audio connection. The left audio connector is usually white. INPUT2 • R AUDIO provides right audio connection. The right audio connector is usually red. INPUT3 • S-VIDEO lets you connect an S-Video cable

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Setup and Connections How to view programming: The Basic Connection • To watch cable TV or off-air TV programs from an antenna in this connection, press TV and VCR ANTENNA on the remote control until ANTENNA A is displayed in the channel banner. • To watch cable or any other alternate RF signal, such as digital or analog terrestrial, SATELLITE DISH ANTENNA press ANTENNA on the remote control TV until ANTENNA B is displayed in the channel banner. SATELLITE IN • To watch satellite programming, pr

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Setup and Connections The Advanced Connection After you have made your connections, program the TV to tune to the correct video input channel to see and hear audio and video from the attached component TV, VCR, and DVD Player With Amplifier (VCR, DVD player, etc.). Program your TV as described in the “System Options and Preferences” section of this book. DVD OUT SATELLITE S-VIDEO VIDEO R L DISH ANTENNA How to view your DVD and VCR: AMPLIFIER WITH • To watch the VCR in this connection, press

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Setup and Connections Connecting Speakers to the TV AUDIO OUTPUTS You can connect up to two additional speakers to the TV: one to the VARIABLE FIXED RIGHT terminal, and one to the LEFT terminal. LR L R 1. If necessary, remove the vinyl covering from the ends of the speaker EXT SPEAKERS wire and twist the wire core. EXT INT + + L R Speaker wire 2. Open the lever on the speaker terminal. 3. Insert the wire core into the hole. Be sure to connect the (+) to (+) When connecting the speaker wire, make

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Setup and Connections Connecting a Stereo Amplifier AUDIO OUTPUTS 1. Use RCA cables to connect either the FIXED or VARIABLE AUDIO VARIABLE FIXED OUTPUT from the monitor to an A/V receiver. LR L R • FIXED provides fixed-level audio output from the monitor. This audio output is ideal for connecting to an A/V receiver that has EXT SPEAKERS EXT its own volume control. • VARIABLE provides variable-level audio output. Volume levels INT are controlled by the volume controls on the monitor and + + monit

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Setup and Connections Step 3: Place Batteries in the Remote Control Follow these steps whenever you need to install or change the batteries in your TV’s remote control. 1. Remove the cover from the battery compartment. 2. Insert batteries into the battery compartment, matching the + and – end of each battery. 3. Replace the cover. Step 4: Plug in and Turn on the POWER System Plug one end of the power cord into the back of the television as shown TV on right. Plug the other end into a wall outlet


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