RCA Scenium HD56W151 user manual

User manual for the device RCA Scenium HD56W151

Device: RCA Scenium HD56W151
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Date of adding : 2013-12-15 16:40:47
Number of pages: 96
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High-Definition Television
User's Guide

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Important Information WARNING Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do CAUTION To reduce the risk of fire or not remove cover (or back). No user serviceable RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK electric shock, do not expose parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service DO NOT OPEN this product to rain or moisture. personnel. This symbol indicates This symbol indicates "dangerous voltage" inside important instructions the product that presents a accompanying the product. risk of electric shock or

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Introduction Thank you for choosing RCA Scenium Congratulations on your purchase of an RCA Scenium High Definition television—a true viewing experience. Your purchase decision represents an investment in a new generation of technology. 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 the TV’s features. High Definition: What Makes it a True Viewing Experience? High Definition refers to a

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Introduction Digital Signal and Sound Digital signals can be compressed, enabling a much more robust signal with no variation in quality. Digital signals, in contrast to analog signals that are used with regular TVs, can be reproduced precisely. Another requirement of HDTV is the ability to reproduce 5.1 Dolby Digital sound. Connect a home theatre system to your HDTV and you’ll never “go out” to a movie or sporting event again--watching at home will be as good as the real thing! Key Features Ov

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Introduction FireWire® with Two-Way DTVLink® Control your 1394 components via your HDTV! Just link them together via the 2-way DTVLink jacks and you can network your high-speed compatible 1394 digital components. The two-way jacks allow the audio and video signals to flow into and out from 1394 components, such as the DVR10 (see below). Compatible with the Optional DVR10 Hard Disk Drive — Pause Live Digital TV and Record Digital Programs RCA offers an Audio Video Hard Disk Drive (model DVR10) wi

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Table of Contents Introduction Key Features Overview ................................................................................................................... 1 Chapter 1: Connections & Setup Things to Consider Before You Connect ........................................................................................ 8 Choose Your Connection ................................................................................................................. 9 How to Connect: TV + VCR + DVD

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Table of Contents Chapter 4: Using the TV’s Menu System Menus, On-screen Help, and Control Panels ............................................................................... 62 Picture Quality Menu .................................................................................................................... 64 Picture Settings ....................................................................................................................... 64 Picture Presets ......................

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Chapter 1 Connections & Setup Chapter Overview: • Things to Consider Before You Connect • Choose Your Connection • How To Connect • Explanation of Input Jacks and Cables • Back of the TV • Why You Should Connect the G-LINK Cable • The Front of Your TV • Plug in the TV • Put Batteries in the Remote •Turn on the TV • Use the Remote Control to Complete the Assisted Setup • Complete the Assisted Setup • What to Expect • Next Steps Graphics contained within this publication are for representation onl

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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 component(s) before you connect or disconnect any cables. • Make sure all antennas and cables are properly grounded. Refer to the Important Safeguards sheet packed with your TV. Protect Components from Overheating •

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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. Please use the following chart to determine which connection is best for you. Proceed to the appropriate page and connect your TV. For more information about the relationship between the cables, jacks, and the quality of the signal you see on your TV, go to page 18. Components Cables Needed Connection Title Go t

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Connections & Setup Note for U.S. Customers: If you DVD R AUDIO L VIDEO prefer, we can provide you with IN PR PB Y S-VIDEO the name of an Authorized AUDIO L VIDEO R OUT Service Representative who will CABLE visit your home for a fee to install OR your electronic entertainment OFF-AIR ANTENNA system and to instruct you in its 2 2 operation. For details about this service, call 1-888-206-3359. For RIGHT LEFT FIXED/VARIABLE TV AUDIO OUTPUT CENTER CHANNEL INPUT additional assistance while using EXTE

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Connections & Setup SATELLITE RECEIVER VIDEO L AUDI R S-VIDEO CABLE OR OFF-AIR ANTENNA 3 RIGHT LEFT FIXED/VARIABLE TV AUDIO OUTPUT CENTER CHANNEL INPUT EXTERNAL AMPLIFIER SPEAKER INTERNAL MAXIMUM POWER RATING! SELECT SPEAKER (60 WATTS into 8 OHMS) SOURCE R INT W/ EXT EXT SURR TV EXT AMP L EXTERNAL SPEAKERS VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 3 INPUT 4 V V V V PR PR VIDEO INPUT 5 S-VIDEO S-VIDEO DVI-HDTV L/MONO L/MONO L/MONO PB L/MONO PB L/MONO 2A R R R Y R Y R AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO A

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Connections & Setup Audio Connections With the audio versatility of your HDTV, you can choose various connection options depending on the type and quality of sound that you want. Your TV has a built-in subwoofer and/or you can use your TV as a center channel. From good to best sound, choose one of the options or refer to the user’s manual of each component that you are connecting to get the best results. • Connect audio/video receiver (speakers connected to receiver) using the digital audio outp

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Connections & Setup Note: Subwoofer status is not affected by the EXT/INT W/EXT SURR switch setting. Caution: DO NOT connect your audio/video receiver’s outputs or center channel output to the red and black EXTERNAL SPEAKERS OUTPUT on the TV. Damage to the TV may result. Back of Right Rear Speaker Back of Left Rear Speaker – + – + RIGHT LEFT FIXED/VARIABLE TV AUDIO OUTPUT CENTER CHANNEL INPUT MAXIMUM AMPLIFIER POWER RATING SPEAKER INTERNAL (60 WATTS into 8 OHMS) SELECT SPEAKER SOURCE INT W/ R

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Connections & Setup How to Connect: TV + Speakers Without A/V Receiver You can connect two external speakers to the TV: one to the RIGHT terminal, and one to the LEFT terminal. 1. If necessary, remove the vinyl covering from the ends of the speaker wire and twist the wire core. 2. Open the lever on the speaker terminal. 3. Insert the wire core into the hole. Be sure to connect the (+) to (+) and (-) to (-). 4. Close the lever. Pull gently on the wire to see that it’s connected securely. 5. Set t

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Connections & Setup Router Cable Modem/DSL Internet TV Computer How to Connect: TV + Router via the HDTV’s ETHERNET Jack The illustration above provides you with a general connection to the TV’s ETHERNET jack so you can maximize your HDTV’s browser to surf the Internet. You don’t need to connect a computer to the router to surf the Internet. A computer is only needed if you want to view photos or graphics on your TV that are stored on your computer. An Internet Service Provider subscription is n

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Connections & Setup TV Digital Video Recorder Digital VCR Digital VCR TV Fastest Slowest Other 1394 Component Digital Video Recorder Digital VCR Digital VCR Other 1394 Component Component-to-Component Connection Hub Connection How to Connect: TV + DTVLink and/or IEEE-1394 Components Two connection methods when connecting IEEE-1394 and DTVLink components are: component-to-component or hub. The component-to-component method is each component connected in a chain-like fashion, one t

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Connections & Setup RIGHT LEFT FIXED/VARIABLE TV AUDIO OUTPUT CENTER CHANNEL INPUT EXTERNAL AMPLIFIER SPEAKER INTERNAL MAXIMUM POWER RATING SELECT SPEAKER (60 WATTS into 8 OHMS) SOURCE INT W/ R EXT SURR EXT TV EXT AMP L EXTERNAL SPEAKERS VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 3 INPUT 4 HD Set Top Box V V V PR V PR VIDEO INPUT 5 S-VIDEO S-VIDEO L/MONO L/MONO L/MONO PB L/MONO PB L/MONO DVI-HDTV R R R Y R Y R AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 3 INPUT 4 INPUT 5 RECO

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Connections & Setup Explanation of Input Jacks and Cables This section describes the jacks and cables you might use to make connections (cables may be ordered separately by using the order form on page 85). There are several ways to connect components to your TV. Different jacks and cables provide a different level of performance. It’s important to remember the different degrees of picture improvement for comparison. The component jacks are considered an excellent improvement; S-Video and compos


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