RCA Scenium LCDX3022W user manual

User manual for the device RCA Scenium LCDX3022W

Device: RCA Scenium LCDX3022W
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Date of adding : 2013-12-15 16:40:47
Number of pages: 44
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LCD Television
User’s Guide
16278190.0 Cover 1 4/13/04, 4:32 PM

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Important Information CAUTION This symbol indicates important instructions accompanying the product. RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN This symbol indicates "dangerous voltage" Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not inside the product that presents a risk of remove cover (or back). No user serviceable parts electric shock or personal injury. inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Refer to the identification/rating label located on the back panel of your WARNING p

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Important Information 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 amplifiers) that produce heat. 9. Do not defeat the safe

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Table of Contents Chapter 1: Connections & Setup Things to Consider Before You Connect ........................................................................................ 3 Protect Against Power Surges.................................................................................................. 3 Protect Components from Overheating.................................................................................. 3 Important Stand and Base Safety Information .............................

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Table of Contents Chapter 4: Using the Menu System Menus, On-screen Help, and Control Panels ............................................................................... 28 Exiting a menu ........................................................................................................................ 28 Controls ................................................................................................................................... 28 Picture Menu ............................

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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 component(s) before you connect or disconnect any cables. • Make sure all antennas and cables are properly grounded. Refer to the Important Safeguards Instructions at the beginning of the manual. Protect

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Connections & Setup Explanation of Jacks This section describes the jacks and cables you might use to make connections. 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 YPbPr (component) jack is considered an excellent improvement; S-Video and Video (composite) jacks are considered very good; while the Antenna/Cable connection is

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Connections & Setup CMPT (Component) Input •Y Pb Pr VIDEO IN For connection of components that have component output jacks (Y, Pb, Pr), such as a personal computer, HD receiver, DVD player, or other device with component outputs. The Y Pb Pr jacks provide excellent picture quality because the video is separated into three signals. •R AUDIO IN Provides right audio connection when using the Y Pb Pr jacks. The right audio connector is usually red. • L/Mono AUDIO IN Provides left audio connection

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Connections & Setup Connect Your Cable Connect your cable or antenna to the ANTENNA/CABLE jack on the bottom panel of the TV using a coaxial cable. CABLE SUBWOOFERRL AUDIO ANTENNA/ OUT OUT CABLE OR AUDIO OUTPUT OFF-AIR ANTENNA Choose Your Connection There are several ways to connect your television, depending on the components you want to connect and the quality of the signal you want to achieve. The following are examples of some ways to connect your TV. Choose the connection which is best for

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Connections & Setup Using the CMPT Jack Connect a component, such as a VCR, DVD player or Satellite Receiver, to the TV using the CMPT jacks. Connect Component cables to the Y Pb Pr VIDEO IN jacks on the bottom panel of the TV and to the Component Out jacks on the component. Then connect audio cables to the CMPT AUDIO IN jacks (R and L) on the bottom panel of the TV and to the Audio Output jacks on the component. Note: The CMPT input also accepts Y Cr Cb signals. Your TV will automatically adjus

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Connections & Setup Connection to a Personal Computer Using RGB Connect a personal computer to the TV using the RGB jack. Connect a 15-pin monitor cable to the computer and the other end to the bottom of the TV. Note: Your computer will most likely output the signal in a 4:3 aspect ratio. Be sure to change the monitor setting for the best picture quality. AUDIO IN RGB Plug in the TV SUBWOOFERRL AUDIO OUT OUT AUDIO OUTPUT Plug the flat end of the cable into the power jack on the bottom panel of t

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Connections & Setup Choose the Menu Language MAIN MENU Select your preferred language for the menu system. Picture 1. From the Main menu, press the down arrow button to highlight Sound Preferences, then press OK (the Preferences menu appears with Parental Control Language highlighted). Preferences 2. The default language is English. To select French or Spanish, Setup press the right arrow button. Preferences Language English. . . Press MENU or CLEAR to exit. Closed Caption. . . Menu Ti

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Chapter 2: Using the Remote Control ON-OFF Button Descriptions for TV Mode learning Arrows Used to highlight different items in the TV menu and to TV adjust the menu controls. When not in the menu system, the left arrow (ZOOM-) zooms out on the picture. The right arrow (ZOOM+) zooms DVD VCR in on the picture. SAT AUX // AUDIO CAB HD (0-9) Number Buttons Enter channel numbers and password PIP SWAP PIP+ SLEEP ZZZ settings directly through the remote control. FREEZE ZOOM PIP- LIGHT CH + or CH - Sca

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Using the Remote Control Button Descriptions for Other Modes ANTENNA In VCR mode, functions as a TV/VCR button. In SAT mode, functions as a TV/SAT button. AUDIO Puts the remote in audio mode to operate a component (such as an audio receiver, or amplifier receiver) that you’ve programmed to work with this button. AUX/HD Puts the remote in auxiliary mode to operate a component (such as a cable box, satellite receiver, VCR, DVD, or audio receiver) that you’ve programmed to work with this button. AU

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Using the Remote Control ON-OFF Programming the Remote to learning TV ON•OFF DVD VCR Operate Other Components button SAT// AUX AUDIO CAB HD PIP SWAP PIP+ SLEEP DVD and The universal remote can be programmed to operate many brands of ZZZ SAT/CAB, FREEZE ZOOM PIP- LIGHT remote-controllable VCRs, audio components, DVD players, cable VCR buttons DISC MENU INFO AUX/HD, i boxes, satellite receivers and other components. The remote is already CLEAR MENU c M and programmed to operate most RCA, GE, and P

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Using the Remote Control Using Direct Entry 1. Turn on the component to be programmed. 2. Look up the brand and code number(s) for the component on the code list in this section. 3. Press and hold the component button you want to program on the remote. 4. While pressing the component button, enter the code from the remote control code list. If the component button flashes, you have either entered an invalid code or the button isn’t programmable. 5. Release the component button. 6. Point the remo

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Using the Remote Control Adding a Learned Function There are several things to consider before you begin the learning process: •You can’t record a learned function to the following buttons on the TV’s remote control: component buttons (TV, VCR, DVD, SAT/CAB, AUX/HD, and AUDIO), the CLEAR button, and the LIGHT button. • Before adding a Learned Function, you must program this TV’s remote control to operate that component because programming the remote control erases all learned commands for that c

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Using the Remote Control Clearing a Learned Function To delete a learned button function, use the procedure below. 1. Press and hold the component button (the component button lights). Then press and hold the CLEAR button for 3 seconds (the component mode button flashes—turns on and off again). 2. Release the component and CLEAR buttons (the component button being cleared turns on). Remote is now in Clear learned function mode. 3. Press and release the button where learning is to be cleared. The

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Using the Remote Control 4. Press and hold the VOL- button. Keep pressing VOL- while you press and release the component button you chose in step 3 (TV, DVD, SAT/CAB, or AUX/HD). 5. Press and release the AUDIO button since the sound will be coming from the audio/video receiver. Release the VOL- button. 6. Now, test it by turning on your audio receiver or amplifier. 7. Turn on the component that is connected to the audio/video receiver or amplifier (a DVD player, for example). 8. Put the TV’s rem


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