RCA M50WH186 user manual

User manual for the device RCA M50WH186

Device: RCA M50WH186
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Date of adding : 2014-05-08 16:40:39
Number of pages: 64
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HDTV User’s Guide
Changing Entertainment. Again.
Find Inside:
• The DLP Experience ... page 1
• Connections ................. page 5
• Remote .......................... page 19
• Features ........................ page 29
• Menus ............................ page 37
• FAQs ............................... page 49
• Troubleshooting ......... page 50
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Important Information WarnInG Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do CAUTION To reduce the risk of fire not remove cover (or back). With the exception of RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK or electric shock, do not the lamp, no user serviceable parts inside. Refer DO NOT OPEN expose this product to rain or servicing to qualified service personnel. moisture. The apparatus shall This symbol indicates This symbol indicates not be exposed to dripping or important instructions "dangerous v

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Introduction Thank You for Choosing rCa Congratulations on purchasing this RCA High Definition Television (HDTV) featuring Texas Instruments Digital Light Processing® technology–a true viewing experience. Your purchase decision represents an investment in a new generation of technology–DLP and HDTV. Even though this is a technologically advanced HDTV, it is the most user-friendly of its kind–with comprehensive on-screen instructions that guide you through all of the TV’s features. There are

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Introduction Other Key Features of Owning an rCa HDTV RCA HDTV has been designed with features that will enhance your TV viewing experience, and features that provide flexibility to build on the digital revolution that is taking place. A summary of your TV’s most unique features follows. Go to Chapter 3 for more details on these and additional features. Integrated HDTV Tuner with Digital Cable ready QaM RCA was the first to offer an integrated tuner with its HDTVs, which means there is no nee

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Table of Contents Introduction .......................................................................................................................1 Chapter 1: Connections & Setup Things to Consider Before You Connect .........................................................................5 Protect Against Power Surges ....................................................................................5 Protect Components from Overheating ....................................................

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Table of Contents Parental Controls ............................................................................................................31 Lock/Unlock TV .........................................................................................................31 How V-Chip Works for the USa and Canada ................................................................31 USA V-Chip TV Ratings .............................................................................................32 Canad

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Chapter 1: Connections & Setup Things to Consider Before You Connect Protect against Power Surges • Connect all components 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 Componen

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Connections & Setup Get the Picture The first part of connecting your TV is to get the picture, also known as a signal. The back panel of your TV allows you to receive cable channels by using the CABLE INPUT; receive local off-air digital and analog channels by using the ANTENNA INPUT; and a digital cable by using the CableCARD slot (with CABLE INPUT). See below for these locations. CableCARD Slot CABLE INPUT ANTENNA INPUT Note: This back panel graphic is for SVGA INPUT INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPU

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Connections & Setup Using the CableCarD Slot The CableCARD slot (with CABLE INPUT) allows you to use a digital cable card to receive digital cable services, including premium and HDTV cable channels, without the need for a set-top box. Please contact your local cable company to obtain a digital cable card. Depending on your cable company, an installer might come to your home to install the digital cable card for you, or they’ll simply send you the digital cable card. Important Note: CableCA

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Connections & Setup Choose Your Connection There are several ways to connect your HDTV, depending on the components you want to connect and the quality of the signal you want to achieve. The HDMI and component jacks are considered excellent; S-Video is very good; composite jacks are good, while connecting components to the Antenna or Cable input is fair. Please use the following chart to determine which connection is best for you. Proceed to the appropriate page and connect your TV. Jacks

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Connections & Setup Y Pb Pr (Component Video) Connection INPUT 3 SVGA INPUT INPUT 2 INPUT 4 WIRED COMPONENT/COMPOSITE COMPOSITE REMOTE AUDIO VGA/SVGA/XGA ANTENNA CONTROL (IR) INPUT Y/VIDEO L VIDEO FIXED/VARIABLE AUDIO OUTPUT Note: This back panel graphic is PB R L L DIGITAL AUDIO CABLE for representation only. Your back OUTPUT HDMI 1 INPUT HDMI 2 INPUT For Factory INPUT use only R R panel might be different. S-VIDEO INPUT 1 COMPONENT/COMPOSITE Y/VIDEO L R PB PR • If you are done connecti

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Connections & Setup audio/Video Connection Note: This back panel INPUT 1 INPUT 3 INPUT 4 SVGA INPUT WIRED COMPONENT/COMPOSITE CO COMPOSITE MPOSITE COMPONENT/COMPOSITE COMPOSITE REMOTE graphic is for representation AUDIO VGA/SVGA/XGA ANTENNA CONTROL (IR) INPUT only. Your back panel might VIDEO FIXED/VARIABLE Y/VIDEO L L AUDIO OUTPUT be different. P B R R L L DIGITAL AUDIO CABLE OUTPUT HDMI 1 INPUT HDMI 2 INPUT For Factory INPUT use only P R R R S-VIDEO INPUT 2 COMPOSITE VIDEO L R S-VIDEO • If

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Connections & Setup HDMI Connection INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 3 SVGA INPUT WIRED COMPONENT/COMPOSITE COMPOSITE COMPONENT/COMPOSITE REMOTE AUDIO VGA/SVGA/XGA ANTENNA CONTROL (IR) INPUT Y/VIDEO L VIDEO Y/VIDEO L P B R L PB R L DIGITAL AUDIO CABLE OUTPUT HDMI 1 INPUT HDMI 2 INPUT For Factory INPUT use only P R PR R S-VIDEO R S-VIDEO INPUT 4 Note: This back panel graphic is COMPOSIT C C E for representation only. Your back panel might be different. VIDEO L R C A B Device with DVI Device with HDMI Y Pb

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Connections & Setup Or • If your set-top box has an HDMI jack, connect an HDMI cable. Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI 1 INPUT (or HDMI 2 INPUT if your TV has HDMI cable this jack and it’s more convenient) jack on the back of the TV and to the HDMI Out jack on the back of the device. Notes: To view the picture from the connected device, refer to Chapter 2, Using • If you are done connecting the Remote Control. The section is called, Using the INPUT Button. devices to your TV, go to page

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Connections & Setup ® Connecting Your TV to a receiver with Dolby Digital ® If you own a receiver with Dolby digital decoding or PCM (Pulse-Code Modulation) that uses an optical cable-type input, connect an optical cable for excellent audio quality. Digital Optical cable • Connect one end of the optical cable to the DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT (OPTICAL) jack on your TV and to the Digital Optical Input jack on your receiver/amplifier receiver. • If your receiver can decode Dolby digital and PCM, go

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Connections & Setup Set the Menu Language Main Menu4Setup Options4Assisted Setup 4Menu Language Go Back 0 English Highlight with the 5and 6 arrows. Select with the OK button. Press the right arrow button, then press OK to select English and continue to 1 Continue Setup Cancel Setup 2 the next step. Press the down arrow button to choose another language, then Español Resalte con las flechas 5 y 6. Seleccione con el botón OK. press OK to continue. Français Mise en surbrillance avec 5 et

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Connections & Setup What To Expect Watching TV If you have both analog and digital cable channels these will be put into the same channel list. To tell the difference between these channels, press the INFO button and look in the channel banner for these things: a subchannel, the format, an A or D (analog or digital) icon and resolution the TV is receiving. • Analog channels only display one channel number. Digital channels received through the digital cable card also have one channel number

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Connections & Setup Explanation of Jacks The diagrams below illustrate jacks found on the back of the TV. When connecting cables, be sure to connect corresponding outputs and inputs (video input into video output, right audio input into right audio output, etc.). INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 3 SVGA INPUT INPUT 4 WIRED COMPONENT/COMPOSITE COMPOSITE COMPONENT/COMPOSITE COMPOSITE REMOTE ANTENNA AUDIO VGA/SVGA/XGA CONTROL INPUT (IR) FIXED/VARIABLE Y/VIDEO L VIDEO Y/VIDEO L VIDEO AUDIO OUTPUT P B R L PB R

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Connections & Setup INPUT 4 COMPOSITE INPUT Provides connection to an additional optional video device, such as a DVD player or satellite receiver. The jacks are the same as described above for INPUT 2. FIXED/VARIABLE AUDIO OUTPUTS FIXED/VARIABLE AUDIO OUTPUT • L and R Provides right front and right rear mixed sound to the right input, and left front and left rear mixed sound to the left input. L R SVGA INPUT (might not be available on your TV) SVGA INPUT AUDIO VGA/SVGA/XGA • VGA/SVGA/XGA Con

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Connections & Setup The Front of Your TV Front/Side Input Jacks The TV has front/side input jacks for convenience in connecting a camcorder, digital camera, or video game system. Look for a hinged door and press to open the cover. Some models have touch sensor buttons. Please note the illustration below is just an example of how these jacks might appear. Notes: When you plug in headphones, the TV’s internal speakers are muted. Use the VOL up or down button to control the volume. When connec


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