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Contents Introduction ...................................................................................................................................... 3 Welcome to Toshiba .................................................................................................................. 3 Important Safety Instructions ...............................................................................................................................3 Important information ........................
English Introduction About the fuse Welcome to Toshiba In a three pin earthing-type, the fuse ﬁtted in this • Thank you for purchasing this Toshiba LCD plug is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. It Colour TV. This manual will help you use the should be only be replaced by a correctly rated exciting features of your new TV. and approved type and the fuse cover must be reﬁtted. • Instructions in this manual are based on using the remote control. About the earth • You also can use the contro
Introduction 4) Never block or cover the slots and open- 8) Locate the television away from direct ings in the cabinet. sunlight or other strong lights. Soft, indirect • Never place the TV so that it is facing lighting is recommended for comfortable upward or on its side. viewing. Use curtains or blinds to prevent • Never place the TV in a closet, bookcase or direct sunlight falling on the screen. other similar area where the ventilation is poor. Place the TV set on a stable, level surfac
English Introduction ! "# Use • Purchase a VESA compatible wall bracket: 1) VESA 200x200/ M6 screws/ 8mm/ 20kg. sources, such as lighted candles or night- • Locate your ideal TV position on the wall. lights, on or close to the TV. High temperatures can melt plastic and lead • Fix the wall bracket ﬁrmly on the wall. to ﬁres. • Secure the TV to the bracket using the 4 mount screws on the back and the centre of the TV. 2) T
Introduction 5) When the TV will not be used for a long Service period of time, such as during vacation or travel, remove the power plug from the 1) Never repair, modify or disassemble the TV wall outlet for safety. by yourself. It may cause a ﬁre or an electric • The TV is not completely disconnected shock. from the power supply line, as minute Consult a service technician for inspection current is consumed even when the Power and repairs. switch is turned off. • The Mains plug or
English Introduction 3) Some pixels of the screen do not light up Cleaning The LCD display panel is manufactured using 1) Remove the power plug before cleaning. an extremely high level of precision technol- ogy, however sometimes some pixels of the Never use solvents such as benzine or thin- screen may be missing picture elements ner to clean the TV. or have luminous spots. This is not sign of • These solvents may distort the cabinet or malfunction. damage its ﬁnish. 4) About interferen
Getting started Connecting an aerial Exploring your new TV Optimum reception of colour requires a good Installing the remote control batteries signal and will generally mean that an outdoor Remove the battery cover. aerial must be used. Insert two R03 (AAA), 1.5V batteries matching The exact type and positioning of the aerial will the –/+ polarities of the battery to the –/+ marks depend upon your particular area. inside the battery compartment. Your Toshiba dealer or service personnel can
English Getting started TV front and side panel controls • You can operate your TV using the buttons on the side panel or the remote control. The back and side of the panel provide the terminal connections to connect other equipment to your TV “Connecting your TV” pages 21 – 25 ). ( • For the use of each control, see the pages in brackets. 1 Remote sensor — Point the remote control toward this remote sensor ( “Remote control effective range” on page 8). (Power LED) — Power LED (Gre
Getting started TV back panel connections 32AV800E/32AV800T/32AV800V AV AUDIO IN AV VIDEO IN 10 English
English Getting started Learning about the remote control Location of controls In TV and AV1/2 mode: Display current channel information normal picture 11
Getting started Turning the TV on Learning about the menu system We suggest you familiarize yourself with the Switching on the TV display charts before using the menu system: Connect the power cord to a wall outlet, the power indicator lights in red (standby mode). • Press MENU to display menu, then press right Press on the remote control or on the TV or to select main menu headings. side panel, the power indicator lights in green. • Press or to select an item. Note: • Press o
English Getting started Note: Changing the position • In the video input mode, Auto Tuning and Manual Tuning are not available. Enter the desired position number using 1 • If you do not make a selection for a while, the the Number buttons on the remote control. menu display disappears automatically. For positions below 10, use 0 and the requiring number. Ex., for position 1. • If you want to close the menu display in- stantly, press EXIT or MENU. • To return to the previous menu,
Getting started Programming channels into the TV’s Manual tuning channel memory From the CHAN NEL menu, press or 1 select Manual Tuning . to Auto tuning or Press to enter Manual Tuning 2 From the CHANNEL menu, press or to 1 , menu then press button to search select Auto Tuning . from low frenquency to high, or to search from high to low. button CHANNEL Channel 1 Color System Auto CH: 1 77.25MHZ Sound System Auto Skip Off Fine Tune 63.25MHZ Auto Tuning Manual
English Using the TV’s features (General) Picture adjustment Available Picture Size and Position Control Selecting the picture size Press MENU button on the remote control, n then press / button to select Screen Mode Size PC PICTURE menu. HYes 16:9 V Yes PICTURE HYes Picture Mode User 4:3 Brightness 50 VYes d Contrast 50 Saturation 50 Tint 50 at S Sharpness 50 Adjusting the picture settings PC Backlight 50 n Colour Temp. Standard Adjustment to the position of the picture may be
Using the TV’s features (General) at S Adjusting the Picture Mode Activating the picture preferences This TV offers the choice of personalising the You can customise current picture mode picture style. settings while selecting User. Standard, Dynamic, Mild and Userare press or From the PICTURE menu preset options and affect may features/settings 1 , , to select either Brightness Contrast within the TV. , , Backlight Saturation Tint, Sharpness From the PICTURE men
English Using the TV’s features (General) Adjusting Equalizer 3 Other features settings Press/button to select , Equalizer and press/ button to enter submenu, Setting the Set Up menu press/ button to select a cirtain use/ button to adjust frenquency, and MENU its value. SET UP menu. SOUND SET UP Language English 120Hz 50 Screen Saver Off 500Hz 50 DNR On 1.5KHz 50 DLC On 5KHz 50 Teletext East European 10KHz 50 Reset
English Using the TV’s features (General) the manual setting menu Setting Setting the TIMER menu Press MENU, then press or to display Press then press button to MENU / the menu. CHAN NEL select menu. TIMER CHANNEL Channel 1 Color System Auto Sound System Auto TIMER Skip Off No Signal Sleep Off Fine Tune 63.25MHZ Sleep Timer Off Auto Tuning Manual Tuning Swap EXIT Adjust Select Exit Channel Press/ button to select 1 Adjust Select EXIT Exit number. you can see the
English Using the TV’s features (General) From the menu, press or to CHAN NEL 6 Teletext Languages select Swap, and press / button to enter submenu. To select a language for teletext: Current Channel, Target Channel and Press MENU, then press or to display 1 Exchange are used to swap two programs' the SET UP menu. numbers. Press or to select Teletext Language 2 then press or to select the required CHANNEL language. Current Channel 1 Target Channel 1 Exc
Using the TV’s features (General) Using Subtitles 1 Press on the remote control to dis- play the current Subtitle status. While this status is displayed, press again to change the setting. Note: If Subtitle is On, the TV will always display subtitles whenever such information is available for the channel you are viewing. Teletext buttons on the remote control Below is an introduction to the teletext buttons on your remote control and their functions. To display a page of teletext: Pres
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