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SETTING UP For your safety This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured. So, please read the points below for your own safety. They are of a general nature, intended to help you with all your electronic consumer products and some points may not apply to the goods you have just purchased. Air Circulation… Do not… DON'T remove any fixe
…Your TV may display different ! If you CANNOT connect your television to the Channel decoder or video recorder using Scart leads: You numbers… will need to allocate a programme position on the television for each. Turn the decoder on to a free channel, i.e. a channel you have not had to pay for, insert a pre-recorded tape in the video and press PLAY, then Manual tune… These options will appear as you move across the screen. SETTING UP Manually tuning your TV As an alternative to Auto tuning
The Tint can only be adjusted on a signal from an NTSC video recorder or DVD player when the television is in AUTO colour mode. USING YOUR TV Picture controls continued Scan Mode Scan mode has four options. NATURAL, ACTIVE and 100Hz settings run at 100Hz and reduce background flicker. The NATURAL setting will normally give the best pictures, but in programmes such as football matches, ACTIVE or 100Hz may give a smoother result. PROGRESS. (Progressive) is 50Hz and
When Panel lock is ON, you will be reminded on the screen when you press any of the side panel buttons. Once the set has been switched off it can ONLY be brought out of standby using the remote control. If the On timer has been set, you do not have to wait to watch the television. You can bring the set back to life by pressing the button. However, the GREEN timer light i will stay on until the set time period has passed, at which point the TV will go to the chosen channel. This feature ca
ADDITIONAL FEATURES AV connections and input selection Defining your INPUT and OUTPUT sockets so that your television recognises connected equipment. Selecting the INPUT signal This feature allows you to specify the type of signal going into Scarts 2 (EXT 2) or 3 (EXT 3) on the back of the television and the sockets on the side (which are also EXT 3). Please refer to the manufacturers instructions for the connected equipment. From the Feature menu select AV connection and 1 with
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