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LCD User’s Guide
Changing Entertainment. Again. Changing Entertainment. Again.
Connections ........... page 6
Remote ................... page 18
Features ................. page 19
Menus .................... page 26
FAQs ....................... page 34
Troubleshooting ..... page 35
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Important Information Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover (or CAUTION back). No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualiﬁ ed service RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK personnel. DO NOT OPEN This symbol indicates "dangerous This symbol indicates important voltage" inside the product that instructions accompanying the product. presents a risk of electric shock or personal injury. WARNING WARNING To reduce the risk of ﬁ re or electric shock, do not The TV
Important In for ma tion Important Safety Instructions Important Safety Instructions 1. Read these instructions. 2. Keep these instructions. 3. Heed all warnings. 4. Follow all instructions. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water. 6. Clean only with dry cloth. 7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. 8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including ampliﬁ ers) th
Table of Contents Important Safety Instructions ........................................i Block Channels ...................................................... 23 Block Digital Channels .......................................... 23 Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Front Panel Block .................................................. 24 Lock Time Menu .................................................... 24 Things to Consider Before You Connect ......................5 Blocking Unrated/Exempt Progr
Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Things to Consider Before You Connect Protect Against Power Surges • Connect all devices before you plug any of their power cords into the wall outlet or power strip. NEVER plug your TV into an outlet that is controlled by a wall switch. • Turn off the TV and/or device(s) before you connect or disconnect any cables. • Make sure all antennas and cables are properly grounded. Refer to the Important Safety Instructions sheet packed with your TV. Protect Devices
Connections and Setup ANTENNA/CABLE ANTENNA/CABLE Get the Picture ANALOG INPUT DIGITAL INPUT The ﬁ rst part of connecting your TV is to get the picture, or a signal. The back panel of your TV allows you to receive analog channels by using the ANTENNA/CABLE ANALOG INPUT and digital channels by using the ANTENNA/CABLE DIGITAL INPUT. See the graphic to the left for these locations. Receiving Digital Channels What You Need • Antenna ("rabbit ears") or outdoor antenna with coaxial cable OR
Connections and Setup Choose Your Connection There are several ways to connect your TV. Please use the following chart to determine which connection is best for you. Proceed to the appropriate page and connect your TV. Note for US customers: If you prefer, we can provide you with the name of an Authorized Service Representative who will visit your home for a fee to install your electronic entertainment system and to instruct you in its operation. For details about this service, call 1-888-206
Connections and Setup Video Connection This is an example of a connection using the Video jack. 1 Don't forget: Connect antenna or cable to get a picture. Go to page 6 for instructions. 1 (These jacks are located on the VIDEO Don't forget: Connect antenna side of your TV) or cable to get a picture. Go to page 6 for instructions. L/MONO AUDIO 2 R 3 COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT VIDEO AUDIO S-VIDEO OUTPUT L R IN AUDIO LR YPb Pr VIDEO AUDIO S-VIDEO L R OUT 8 Chapter 1 B Book 1.indb
Connections and Setup Connecting the Device This connection allows you to connect a device that has a Video Out jack, for example, a DVD player. Note: If the device you're connecting also has Component Video jacks and you have component video cables, we recommend you use the COMPONENT VIDEO (CMP1 or CMP2) input for better quality. If you want to use that connection, you need to purchase three video cables or bundled component video cables. Using the example of a DVD player: 1. Connect your
Connections and Setup HDMI/DVI Connection This is an example of a connection using the HDMI/DVI jack. Don't forget: Connect antenna or cable to get a picture. Go to page 6 for instructions. VIDEO Don't forget: Connect antenna or HDMI/DVI A cable to get a picture. Go to page 6 for instructions. R AUDIO L C B Device with HDMI Device with DVI Y Pb Pr R L R L HDMI Out Audio Out OR DVI Out Video Out Audio Out 10 Chapter 1 Book 1.indb 10 Book 1.indb 10 1 12/9/05 5:44:05 PM 2/9/05
Connections and Setup Connecting the Device High-Deﬁ nition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) technology is an uncompressed digital connection that carries both video and audio data by way of an integrated mini-plug cable. Since HDMI technology is based on Digital Visual Interface (DVI), the jack on the back of your TV is also compatible with devices that have a DVI output jack. Using the example of a set-top box: If your set-top box has an HDMI jack, connect an HDMI cable. Connect an HDMI cab
Connections and Setup VGA Connection This is an example of a connection using the VGA jacks. Don't forget: Connect antenna or cable to get a picture. Go to 1 page 6 for instructions. VIDEO 1 2 VGA Don't forget: Connect antenna AUDIO or cable to get a picture. Go to page 6 for instructions. 3 Connecting the Device This connection allows you to connect to a personal computer. 1. If necessary, connect your cable and/or off-air antenna as described on page 6. 2. Connect your monitor cable. Co
Connections and Setup Plug in the TV Plug the end of the power cord into the back of the TV. Plug the other end into a grounded wall outlet. Insert the plug completely into the outlet. Do not plug into an outlet controlled by a light switch. Put Batteries in the Remote • Remove the battery compartment cover from the back of the remote by pushing the tab and lifting off the cover. • Insert two fresh batteries. Make sure the polarities (+ and -) are aligned correctly. • Replace the cover.
Connections and Setup Complete the Initial Setup The menu system in your TV allows the TV’s features to work properly. The ﬁ rst time you turn on your TV, the language screen appears. Set the Menu Language The ﬁ rst part of the setup allows you to select your preferred language English for the menu system. Français Español If English is your preferred language, press OK. To choose another language, press the down arrow button until that language is highlighted, and press OK. C
Connections and Setup 4. Even though the initial channel search can take several minutes, Channel setup you must complete it in order for your TV to display channels and Go back programming. Press OK to begin the channel search. The menu Signal source Analog... shows the TV is running a channel search. When it's complete, the Ana. signal type Cable... Dig. signal type Antenna... Channel setup menu remains on-screen. To exit the menu system, Auto Ch. search Running... press CLEAR. Auto
Connections and Setup Explanation of Jacks (in alphabetical order) This section describes the jacks on the back panel of your TV. There are several ways to connect devices. ANTENNA/CABLE ANALOG INPUT Lets you connect a coaxial cable to receive the signal from the antenna, cable, or cable box. ANTENNA/CABLE DIGITAL INPUT Lets you connect a coaxial cable to receive the signal from the antenna, digital cable, or digital cable box. COMPONENT INPUTS Lets you connect a device that has component
> Connections and Setup Buttons and Other Jacks On Your TV Front Panel Buttons If you cannot locate your remote, you can use the front panel buttons of your TV to operate many of the TV’s features. MENU Brings up the TV Main menu. VOL > Increases the volume. In the TV menu system, acts like the right arrow button on the remote control and adjusts menu controls. VOL < Decreases the volume. In the TV menu system, acts like the left arrow button on the remote control and adjusts menu controls.
Connections and Setup The Buttons on the Remote Control Arrows Used to highlight different items in the TV menu and to adjust ONOFF the menu controls. 12 3 (0-9) Number Buttons Enter channel numbers and time settings SLEEP directly through the remote control. 45 6 To enter a one-digit channel, enter a zero ﬁ rst. To enter a two-digit CC channel, press the two digits. To enter a three-digit channel, press and 78 9 hold the “1” button until “1” and two dashes (– –) appear, then add the INP
Chapter 2: Using the TV's Features Channel Banner There are several indicators that might appear when you press the INFO button on the remote. This display is called the Channel Banner. The following list describes the items on the Channel Banner screen (left to right and top to bottom). SAP CC Commercial Skip: 030 English CC Commercial Skip: 030 Stereo Thur 09/29/05Stereo Thur 09/29/05 10 CBS A 4/3 Format ZZz 00:25 06:05 PM D 10-1 CBS 16/9 Format ZZz 00:25 06:05 PM Analog Chann
Using the TV’s Features Parental Controls and V-Chip The choices in the US V-Chip and Canada V-Chip menus involve software inside your TV (referred to as V-Chip) which allows you to block TV programs and movies based on violence, sex, or other content you may believe children should not view. Once you block programs, you can unblock programs by entering a password. By default, the software inside your TV is turned off or unlocked. For instructions to lock V-Chip, see below. Note: Parenta
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