Toshiba Flat Panel Television 32AV700E user manual

User manual for the device Toshiba Flat Panel Television 32AV700E

Device: Toshiba Flat Panel Television 32AV700E
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Date of adding : 2013-09-11 17:09:46
Number of pages: 32
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LCD Colour TV
Owner's Record
You will find the model number and serial number on
the back of the TV. Record these numbers in the spaces
provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon
your TOSHIBA dealer regarding this product.
Model number:
40AV700V Serial number:
All Rights Reserved TD/J VX1A00160300

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Introduction / Getting started • Y ou also can use the controls on the TV if the y Contents ha v e the same name as those ref erred to on the remote control. Introduction / Getting started • Please read all saf ety and oper ating Connecting an aer ial ..............................7 instr uctions in this man ual carefully , and k eep Explor ing y our ne w TV ...........................7 this man ual f or future ref erence . TV front and side panel controls ............7 Important S

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Introduction / Getting started • Ne v er use other cord e xcept f or supplied The inside of this TV will o v erheat if the A C po w er cord, and ne v er use the supplied v entilation holes are co v ered, b loc k ed or po w er cord f or an y other pur pose . sealed, which ma y result in a fi re . 2) Never insert or remove the power plug with wet hands. This ma y cause an electr ic shoc k. 5) Never place the TV near a heater or in direct sunlight. The surf ace of the cabinet or po w er c

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Introduction / Getting started • T o pre v ent injur y , use the e xclusiv e optional 2) The apparatus shall not be exposed to stand or w all-hanging br ac k et to install dripping or splashing and that no objects this TV on the floor or w all securely in filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be accordance with a qualified technician. placed on the apparatus. Screw hole When liquids are spilled or small items are dropped inside the TV , this ma y cause a fire or an electr ic shoc

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Introduction / Getting started Service 5) When the TV will not be used for a long period of time, such as during vacation or 1) Never repair, modify or disassemble the TV travel, remove the power plug from the wall by yourself. outlet for safety. It ma y cause a fi re or an electr ic shoc k. • The TV is not completely disconnected from the po w er supply line , as min ute current is Consult a ser vice technician f or inspection and repairs . consumed e v en when the ! P o w er s witc

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Introduction / Getting started 3) Some pixels of the screen do not light up Cleaning The LCD displa y panel is man uf actured 1) Remove the power plug before cleaning. using an e xtremely high le v el of precision Ne v er use solv ents such as benzine or thinner technology , ho w e v er sometimes some to clean the TV . pix els of the screen ma y be missing picture • These solv ents ma y distor t the cabinet or elements or ha v e luminous spots . This is not damage its finish. sign of

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Introduction / Getting started Cautions: Connecting an aerial • Dispose of batteries in a designated disposal Optim um reception of colour requires a good area. Batteries must not be exposed to signal and will gener ally mean that an outdoor excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the aer ial m ust be used. like. The e xact type and positioning of the aer ial will • Attention should be dr a wn to the en vironmental depend upon y our par ticular area. aspects of battery disposal. Y our

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Introduction / Getting started TV front view TV back panel connections TV back view Point the brightness sensor (- page 18). 6 Cable holder* Power cord* Right side view 7 9 10 11 1 USB 2 PC/ HDMI1 ( ) AUDIO 8 1 2 3 4 3 4 2 COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT R AUDIO L/MONO PR/CR PB/CB Y 5 13 R AUDIO L/MONO VIDEO AUDIO(FIXED) 1 RGB/PC 1 ! (Power on/Standby) — Press to tur n the TV on/ standb y (- page 10). 15 14 12 2 pBb (Programme position) — When no Power cord * men u is on screen, these b uttons sel

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Introduction / Getting started 10 o PC/HDMI1 (AUDIO) (input terminal) — 18 T o retur n to the pre vious men u (- page 12) PC audio input ter minal is shared with HDMI1 19 MENU (- page 11) analogue audio input ter minal, and their use 20 T elete xt control b uttons (F our coloured can be configured in the SETUP men u (- b uttons : Red, Green, Y ello w , Blue) pages 25, 26). (- pages 21, 22) 11 A (Aerial input terminal) — Analogue aer ial 21 T o re v eal concealed te xt (- page 2

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Introduction / Getting started 2 Press v or w to select the men u language Turning the TV on (English, Chinese (CS), Mala y , Thai, Vietnamese , Russian, Ar abic , P ersian or Switching on the TV F rench). Connect the po w er cord to a w all outlet, the 3 Press Q, to displa y the Location men u (- ! po w er indicator lights in red (standb y mode). page 13). Press v or w to select Store or Home. F or 1 Press on the remote control or ! on the nor mal home use , select Home. TV

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Introduction / Getting started Manual Tuning Displaying the menu chart Pos. Label 1 PICTURE 2 3 4 PICTURE 5 Picture Settings 6 3D Colour Management Off 7 Base Colour Adjustment 8 Active Backlight Control On Auto Brightness Sensor On Noise Reduction Noise Reduction 7 Closing the Quick Setup men u, press EXIT. Note: The Quick Setup menu can also be display at any time from the SETUP menu. SOUND Using the Quick Menu SOUND MTS Auto Dual Dual 1 Quick Menu helps y ou access some options Bass 0 qui

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Introduction / Getting started Notes: 2 Select the second position with the Number • In the video input mode (o1, o2 and HDMI), b uttons (0-9). Auto Tuning and Manual Tuning are not 3 Press . The pre vious channel will be available. Instead, Manual Settings appears in displa y ed. the SETUP menu (- page 20). • If y ou connect e xter nal equipment via component video source to external input, 2 EFGH Colour System selection in the Manual Settings menu is not available. • If y o

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Introduction / Getting started D. Position skip selection 3 Press Q to displa y the Auto Tuning men u. Press s or r to tur n the position skip option on “8” or off “(”. Auto Tuning Previous settings will be Lost! The position will then be skipped when y ou Press EXIT for no change. select channels with PU or Pu. Press OK key to start auto tune. The “8” mar k will appear beside a position n umber when y ou use the 4 Press Q to star t the automatic search. Number b utton on th

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Introduction / Getting started Sorting positions • The TV is capab le of receiving a n umber of diff erent channels depending upon where y ou liv e . • Sor ting prog r amme position is an easy w a y of stor ing each channel on the prog r amme position of y our choice . Ex.: T o s w ap channel ABCD (Prog.1) f or channel MNOP (Prog.4): 1 F rom the SETUP men u, press s or r to select Manual Tuning men u, and then press Q. 2 Press s or r to select the channel ABCD, then press w. Manua

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Using the TV’s features Cinema Picture adjustment When w atching “all sides panel f or mat” films/ video tapes , this setting will eliminate or reduce • Most of the picture controls and functions are the b lac k bars on all the sides of the screen a v ailab le . Ho w e v er f eatures not a v ailab le will be b y z ooming in and selecting the image without g re y ed out. distor tion. Selecting the Picture Size 1 Press until the Picture Size list appears on the screen, then press s or

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Using the TV’s features 1 F rom the SETUP men u, press s or r to select Picture Position. 2 Press Q, then press s or r to select the item y ou w ant to adjust. Dot by Dot Picture Position Horizontal Position 0 “Dot b y Dot” is a non-scaling displa y . Depending Vertical Position 0 on the input signal f or mat, the picture is Reset displa y ed with side panels and/or bars at the top and bottom (i.e . V GA input source). 3 Press v or w to adjust the settings as desired. Horizont

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Using the TV’s features Note: Picture Settings 1/2 Picture Mode Dynamic When a D VD mo vie with subtitle is pla ying bac k, Backlight 100 this mode ma y not w or k correctly . Contrast 100 Brightness 50 Adjusting the Colour Temperature Colour 50 Tint 0 Colour Temperature increases the w ar mth or Sharpness 0 Black/White Level High coolness of the picture b y setting the red, g reen or b lue tint. 3 Press v or w to select the picture mode y ou 1 F rom the Picture Settings men u, press s

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Using the TV’s features Adjusting the Colour Management 2 Press v or w to select On or Off. Y ou can adjust the picture colour quality b y selecting from 6 base colour adjustments : Red, Sound adjustment Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta or Cyan. 1 F rom the PICTURE men u, press s or r to Setting the MTS (Multi-channel TV Sound) select 3D Colour Management. Auto mode 2 Press v or w, then press v or w to select The MTS Auto mode automatically recogniz e On. stereo/bilingual prog r ammes depend

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Using the TV’s features Using the Advanced Sound Settings Bass Boost helps to create r ich bass . Stereo Voice Enhancement helps to emphasiz e dialogue . It will be easier to hear v oices o v er other bac kg round audio . Selecting the bilingual programmes 1 F rom the SOUND men u, press s or r to 1 When a bilingual prog r amme is receiv ed, select Advanced Sound Settings, and then j Dual appears . press Q. 2 Press g to select the sound to be 2 Press s or r to select the item y ou w

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Using the TV’s features If the standb y b utton is pressed, the TV will 4 When setting the On timer , press s or r to s witch off and can only be brought out of standb y select the On Timer Position and enter the by using the remote control. prog r am position n umber y ou w ant to w atch. Press EXIT to e xit the men u. Set the Standb y Activating the 4:3 Stretch mode b y pressing on the remote control. When 4:3 Stretch is activ ated, this function will Note: s witch 4:3 f or mat p

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