RCA HD61LPW62 user manual

User manual for the device RCA HD61LPW62

Device: RCA HD61LPW62
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Date of adding : 2014-09-07 17:08:28
Number of pages: 80
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HDTV User’s Guide
Changing Entertainment. Again.
Find Inside:
 The DLP Experience ... page 1
 Connections ................. page 9
 Remote .......................... page 28
 Features ........................ page 36
 Menus ............................ page 48
 FAQs ............................... page 64
 Troubleshooting ......... page 65
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Important Information WARNING Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do CAUTION To reduce the risk of fi re 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 qualifi ed 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 Defi nition 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. This intr

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Introduction Part 2: Why RCA HDTV is better DLP™ technology is just part of the story. You have chosen to embark on the next generation of TV viewing–HDTV. There are many technological advancements that make HDTV better than analog TV, but there are basically three things about HDTV that bring you a superior viewing experience: (1) resolution, (2) aspect ratio, and (3) digital signal and sound. Resolution (it’s math...that works for you) The crisp, lifelike picture that people rave about when

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Introduction Digital Signal and Sound The analog television broadcast system that has been used in the United States for the past 50 years transmits signals as electronic waves. These waves can suffer degradation as the signal travels to your home. Additionally, the analog waves are susceptible to interference from planes passing overhead, weather, and household appliances. Digital signals, in contrast to analog signals, can be reproduced precisely because the images are transmitted and recei

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Introduction Audio/Video Output Jacks Because the VCRs in most households are analog and can’t receive or record digital TV signals, recording digital TV broadcasts wasn’t possible without purchasing additional equipment. That’s why RCA added AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUT jacks to this HDTV. These jacks enable you to record both analog and digital programs. RCA understands how you watch TV and what’s necessary to make the transition to HDTV seamless. 4

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Table of Contents Introduction. .............................................................................................. 1 Chapter 1: Connections & Setup Things to Consider Before You Connect .........................................................................................8 Protect Against Power Surges ...................................................................................................8 Protect Components from Overheating ............................................

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Table of Contents How V-Chip Works for the USA and Canada ................................................................................39 USA V-Chip TV Ratings ............................................................................................................39 Canada V-Chip ..........................................................................................................................43 Auto Tuning Feature ..................................................................

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Chapter 1 Connections & Setup Connections & Setup Chapter Overview:  Things to Consider Before You Connect  Choose Your Signal  Choose Your Connection  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  Explanation of Jacks  The Front of Your TV Changing Entertainment. Again. rca.com Graphics contained within this publication are for representation only.

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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 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 Components from

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Connections & Setup Choose Your Signal The fi rst part of connecting your TV is to get a signal. The back panel of your TV allows you to connect cable by using the CABLE INPUT; off-air antenna by using the ANTENNA INPUT; and a digital cable card by using the CableCARD slot. See below for these locations. CABLE INPUT CableCARD Slot ANTENNA INPUT A AU UDIO DIO/ /VIDE VIDE CABLE INPUT VIDE VIDEO O DIG DIGIT ITA AL L A AUD UDI IO O O OUT UTPUT PUT (O (OP PT TICAL ICAL) ) Using the Cable Input Conn

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Connections & Setup Using the CableCARD Slot The CableCARD slot 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, someone 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: CableCARD service details, avai

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Connections & Setup Choose Y our 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/DVI 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. Cables may be ordered separately by calling the number

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L O V + C H Connections & Setup Y Pb Pr Connection COMPOSITE INPUT COMPONENT (1080i/720p/480p/480i)/COMPOSITE INPUTS AUDIO/VIDEO FIXED/VARIABLE AUDIO OUTPUT OUTPUT INPUT 1 INPUT 3 CABLE INPUT VIDEO L VIDEO SUBWOOFER L R L L DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT (OPTICAL) R S-VIDEO R R INPUT 2 Y/VIDEO L PB R PR S-VIDEO INPUT OUTPUT COMPONENT VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO S-VIDEO L R AUDIO L IN Y Pr R Pb AUDIO VIDEO L S-VIDEO R OUT TV button Viewing the Picture from the Connected

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Connections & Setup Green Connecting the Device Blue This connection allows you to connect a device that has Y Pb Pr jacks, for example, a DVD player. If the device you are connecting also has S-Video or Red composite video, we recommend you use the component video input for better quality. Using the example of a DVD player: 1. Connect your cable and/or off-air antenna as described on page 9. Component Video cables (Y Pb Pr) are 2. Connect your Y Pb Pr component video cables. color coded-

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L O V + C H Connections & Setup Audio/Video Input and Output Connection COMPOSITE INPUT COMPONENT (1080i/720p/480p/480i)/COMPOSITE INPUTS FIXED/VARIABLE AUDIO OUTPUT INPUT 2 INPUT 3 CABLE INPUT Y/VIDEO L Y/VIDEO L SUBWOOFER PB R R DIGITAL PB L AUDIO OUTPUT (OPTICAL) S-VIDEO PR S-VIDEO R AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUT INPUT 1 VIDEO VIDEO L L R R INPUT OUTPUT COMPONENT VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO S-VIDEO L R AUDIO L R IN Y Pb Pr VIDEO AUDIO L S-VIDEO R OUT TV button Viewin

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Connections & Setup Red Connecting the Device . Yellow This connection allows you to connect a device such as a VCR that has audio/ video inputs and outputs. Connecting to the TV’s output allows you to record White both analog and digital programs (except copy protected or component video formats). Using the example of a VCR: 1. Connect your cable and/or off-air antenna as described on page 9. 2. Connect your composite audio/video cables to the TV’s input. Connect composite audio/video cables

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L O V + C H Connections & Setup HDMI/DVI Connection COMPOSITE INPUT COMPONENT (1080i/720p/480p/480i)/COMPOSITE INPUTS AUDIO/VIDEO FIXED/VARIABLE AUDIO OUTPUT OUTPUT INPUT 1 INPUT 2 CABLE INPUT VIDEO Y/VIDEO L VIDEO SUBWOOFER L PB R L L DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT (OPTICAL) R PR S-VIDEO R R INPUT 3 Y/VIDEO L PB R PR S-VIDEO C A B Device with DVI Device with HDMI Y Pb Pr R L L R HDMI Out Audio Out DVI Out Video Out OR Audio Out TV button Viewing the Picture from t

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Connections & Setup Connecting the Device High-Defi nition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is an uncompressed digital interface that carries both video and audio data by way of an integrated mini-plug cable. Since HDMI is based on Digital Visual Interface (DVI), the jack on the back of your TV is also compatible with devices that have a DVI jack. Note: The HDMI/DVI jack is not intended to be used with a computer.  Connect your device that has an HDMI jack using an HDMI cable. Connect an HDMI c

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Connections & Setup Advanced Audio Connection Information With the audio versatility of your HDTV, you can choose various connection options depending on the type and quality of sound that you want. From good to best sound, choose one of the options or refer to the user’s manual of each device that you are connecting to get the best results. • Use your TV’s internal speakers (good sound). • Connect an audio receiver (speakers connected to receiver) to your TV (better sound). • Connect an audio


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