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Comments to date: 3. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
wcboyd 6:30am on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 
Had 1 yr with nothing wrong with it and still going Zero Good Picture when new Trouble with pictue after 1 year, no one can repair
Ben Colbourne 10:02pm on Saturday, June 5th, 2010 
Outstanding picture. Repairs too frequent and costly. Good sound. Unclear picture, expensive repairs, not a good product.
rotty 1:29pm on Thursday, March 25th, 2010 
picture quality, sound quality needs another RGB connector came in a great box for kids to play with 5 years old and already worn out

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FOR SERVICING AND MODIFICATION
25. Do not use attachments not recommended by the television manufacturer as they may cause hazards. 26. If replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. 27. Upon completion of any service or repairs to the television, ask the service technician to perform routine safety checks to determine that the television is in safe operating condition.

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PICTURE CAUTIONS
Picture Burn Prevention Continuous on-screen displays such as video games, stock market quotations, computer generated graphics, and other fixed (non-moving) patterns can cause permanent damage to projection television receivers. Such PATTERN BURNS constitute misuse and are NOT COVERED by your HITACHI Factory Warranty. When using Picture-in-Picture function, the sub-picture should not be left permanently in one corner of the screen or a PATTERN BURN may develop over a long period of time.
Public Viewing of Copyrighted Material Public viewing of programs broadcast by TV stations and cable companies, as well as programs from other sources, may require prior authorization from the broadcaster or owner of the video program material. 4

ACCESSORIES

Check to make sure you have the following accessories before disposing of the packing material.

CBL STB TV

CBL STB
SOURCE WIZARD DVD AV1 AV2 AV3 DVD
SOURCE WIZARD CD TAPE AMP

LAST CH

C.C. ANT

ASPECT

SELECT

VCR PLUS+

GUIDE/ TV

HD SC 5 VID

GUIDE/

PIP CH

FREEZE

PIP MODE

PIP ACCESS SWAP PIP MODE TV/VCR SLOW

PIP ACCESS SWAP

TV/VCR

CLU-5711TSI

CLU-5713TSI

PART NAME

43" TELEVISION STAND SP-43W
(Not included, order separately)

PART NO.

ILLUSTRATION

H530052

OPTIONAL CUSTOM HITACHI TELEVISION STAND
Excellent for VCR and video-tape storage. Special features include smoked glass doors and an adjustable shelf. Available in shark grey.
CAUTION: Television stand model SP-43W is designed for use with a 43 inch or smaller television set. Use of a smaller stand, a non Hitachi recommended stand or a generic stand may result in instability, causing possible injury.
1. Remote Control Unit CLU-5711TSI (Part No. HL01641), or Remote Control Unit CLU-5713TSI (Part No. HL01643). 2. Two AA size, 1.5V batteries (For Remote Control Unit).
REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY INSTALLATION AND REPLACEMENT
1. Open the battery cover of the remote control by pushing the notched part of the cover with your fingers and pulling the cover off. 2. Insert two new AA size batteries for the remote control. When replacing old batteries, push them towards the springs and lift them out. 3. Match the batteries to the (+) and (-) marks in the battery compartment.

CONNECTING EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCES
CONNECTING EXTERNAL AUDIO AMPLIFIER To control the audio level of an external audio amplifier with the remote control, connect the system as shown below. REAR PANEL OF TELEVISION

Models:

61UWX10BA, 53UWX10BA, 43UWX10B
61SWX10B, 61SWX12B 53SWX10B, 53SWX12B

(MONO) L L L

To Audio Input Terminal of External Amplifier

R L INPUT

To prevent damage to the speaker and distorted sound, set the volume control of the audio amplifier lower and adjust the sound using the remote control of the TV set.
Models: 61SWX10B, 61SWX12B 53SWX10B, 53SWX12B
Match the numbers below to the diagrams for speaker placement and refer to the table on page 18 for the different surround sound requirements. (See pages 65-67 for SURROUND functions.)
The televisions internal speakers. The televisions internal center channel speaker, which is on only when the television is in SURROUND-STADIUM, SURROUNDROCK ARENA, SURROUND-JAZZ CLUB, SURROUND-PRO LOGIC, or SURROUND-DOLBY DIGITAL mode.
These speakers are connected to a separate audio amplifier. Use the AUDIO TO HI-FI output on the TV. These speakers are connected to a rear speaker 8-Ohm output on the TV. This sub woofer is connected to the SUB WOOFER output on the TV.

L R OUT

STEREO SYSTEM AMPLIFIER
SURROUND FEATURE OFF STADIUM ROCK ARENA JAZZ CLUB DOLBY PRO LOGIC DOLBY DIGITAL

REQUIRED CONNECTION

OPTIONAL CONNECTION

EFFECT

Receive mono and stereo sound. Listener has feeling of being at a stadium. Listener has feeling of being at a rock concert. Listener has feeling of being at a jazz club. Movie theater reproduction, with separate left, center, right, and surround channels. To be used with a DVD player or HDTV Set Top Box with Dolby Digital output. This provides up to 6 channels of all-digital surround sound. There are 3 full-range channels for the front (FL, C, FR) plus separate, full-range left and right surround channels (SL, SR). The sixth channel is Low Frequency Effects for a sub woofer (SW), supplying those room-shaking rumbles experienced in the best movie theaters.
When left and right speakers are connected (), the internal speakers () can be disabled, creating better separation between left, center and right channels. The center channel audio will be heard from (), this speaker cannot be disabled.
CONNECTING EXTERNAL VIDEO SOURCES
The exact arrangement you use to connect the VCR, camcorder, laserdisc player, DVD player, or HDTV Set Top Box to your TV set is dependent on the model and features of each component. Check the owners manual of each component for the location of video and audio inputs and outputs. The following connection diagrams are offered as suggestions. However, you may need to modify them to accommodate your particular assortment of components and features. For best performance, video and audio cables should be made from coaxial shielded wire. Before Operating External Video Source The input mode is changed every time the VID1~VID5 button is pressed as shown below. Connect an external source to the INPUT terminal, then press the VID1~VID5 button as necessary to view the input source. (See page 26)

INPUT MODE SELECTION ORDER
(ANTENNA) Ant A VID1 (INPUT) Video:1 VID1
When the TV is set to VIDEO and a video signal is not received from the VIDEO INPUT JACK on the back panel of the TV (i.e., VCR/laserdisc player, etc. is not connected or the video device is OFF), the set will appear to be OFF.
CONNECTING A MONAURAL AUDIO SOURCE TO INPUT1~INPUT5 1. Connect the cable from the VIDEO OUT of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (VIDEO) jack, as shown on the TV set below. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (MONO)/L(AUDIO) jack. Press the VID1~VID5 button to view the program from the VCR or the laserdisc player. The VIDEO mode disappears automatically after approximately eight seconds. Press the ANT button to return to the previous channel.

OPTICAL INPUT

COAXIAL INPUT

AUDIO OUT

VIDEO OUT

Back of VCR

VCR Hitachi Model or Similar Model
CONNECTING A STEREO SOURCE TO INPUT1~INPUT5 1. Connect the cable from the VIDEO OUT of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (VIDEO) jack, as shown on the TV set below. 2. 3. 4. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT R of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (AUDIO/R) jack. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT L of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (AUDIO/L) jack. Press the VID1~VID5 button to view the program from the VCR or laserdisc player. The VIDEO icon disappears automatically after approximately eight seconds. Press the ANT button to return to the previous channel.

NOTES:

1. Completely insert the connection cord plugs when connecting to rear panel jacks. The picture and sound that is played back will be abnormal if the connection is loose. 2. A single VCR can be used for VCR #1 and VCR #2, but note that a VCR cannot record its own video or line output. (INPUT: 1 in example on page 13 or 14) Refer to your VCR operating guide for more information on line input-output connections.
CONNECTING AN S-VIDEO SOURCE TO INPUT 1, 2 AND 3 1. Connect the cable from the S-VIDEO OUT of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (S-VIDEO) jack, as shown on the TV set below. 2. 3. 4. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT R of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (AUDIO/R) jack. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT L of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (AUDIO/L) jack. Press the VID1~VID3 button to view the program from the VCR or laserdisc player. The VIDEO icon disappears automatically after approximately eight seconds. Press the ANT button to return to the previous channel.

Rear Panel of Television

See tips on Page 15
AUDIO TO HI-FI R L SUB WOOFER

VCR button

CABLE (CBL)
SET-TOP-BOX (STB) DVD button
AV1, AV2, AV3, or CD, TAPE, AMP buttons
NOTE: When pressed, each of these buttons will blink to indicate the remote is in Audio/Video mode. (see page 34) Your remote control SOURCE WIZARD buttons are either labeled as AV1, AV2 and AV3, or CD, TAPE, and AMP. If your remote control SOURCE WIZARD buttons are labeled as AV1, AV2, and AV3, please program your Audio/Video components as follow for best performance. Use AV1 to program your CD brand. Use AV2 to program your TAPE brand, and use AV3 to program your AMPLIFIER/RECEIVER brand. AV1-Use for CD brand AV2-Use for TAPE brand AV3-Use for AMPLIFIER/RECEIVER brand.

CHANNEL selector buttons

CHANNEL selector buttons are used to set FAVORITE CHANNELS, CHANNEL MEMORY, etc. Enter one, two, or three numbers to select channels. Enter 0 first for channels 1 to 9, or simply press the single digit channel you wish to tune then wait a few seconds for the TV to tune. For channels 100 and above, press the 1 button, wait until two dashes appear next to the channel display on your TV, then enter the remaining two numbers using the number buttons. Channel selection may also be performed by pressing CH up () or down (). The TV may not receive some channels if you are not in the correct ANTENNA/CABLE mode. (see page 40)

SLEEP button

Press this button to display the sleep timer in the lower left corner of the screen. Every subsequent press of this button will add 15 minutes to this timer, up to a maximum of three hours. Once set, use STATUS when you want to view time remaining. If the SLEEP button is pressed while the timer is set, it will reset to the original condition. Use this button to select between the last two channels viewed. (Good for watching two sporting events, etc.)

Ant A 10 Ant A 39

LAST CHANNEL (LAST CH) button

ANTENNA button

The ANT button will select between Antenna A and Antenna B each time the button is pressed.

Ant A 10 Ant B 28

C.C. button
Press this button to quickly turn the Closed Caption feature on, off and auto (see page 55 for more information). Press this button when a menu is displayed to view HELP text, which gives a description of the displayed menu. The HELP text will be displayed every time a MENU is displayed, until this button is pressed again. Press this button to quickly change the PICTURE FORMATS aspect ratio. (See page 46-47 for more information) Press this button repeatedly to direct access THEATER MODE between Sport, News, Movie, and Music. The MENU button will start the On-Screen Display.

ANT B VIDEO VIDEO Y/VIDEO Y/VIDEO VIDEO (MONO) L (MONO) L PB (MONO) PR PB (MONO) PR R AUDIO AUDIO R AUDIO MONITOR OUT R
Use above connection to view VCR program as a sub-picture while viewing another program as main picture (ANT A, ANT B, V:2, V:3, V:4, or V:5). You may also view the VCR program as a main picture while viewing another program as a sub-picture (ANT A, V:2, V:3, V:4, or V:5).

PIP button

Press the PIP button and a sub-picture will appear in one of the three different modes (SINGLE, SPLIT or SURF), depending on the last selection of the PIP mode. To change the PIP mode, use the PIP MODE button to cycle through the three different modes. SINGLE MODE PIP Press the PIP button and a sub-picture appears in one of the three different modes (SINGLE, SPLIT or SURF), depending on the last selection of the PIP mode. Press the PIP button again to remove the sub-picture from the screen. Use the PIP CH button to select between main and sub-picture tuning control (indicated by gray highlighted channel display.) Press the VID1, VID2, VID3, VID4 or VID5 button when sub-picture channel tuning is being controlled, to change between VIDEO: 1, VIDEO: 2, VIDEO: 3, VIDEO:4 and VIDEO:5 and ANT:A source. (ANT B source cannot be viewed as a sub-picture.)

Ant A 10

Main Picture
Use Thumb Stick to move PIP inset.

Ant A 12

Sub Picture
NOTES: 1. 2. 3. 4. When using Y-PBPR input, only 480i signal can be viewed as a single mode PIP. When ANT B is selected as the main channel, the SWAP feature is disabled. Only sound from the main picture can be heard. In SINGLE PIP mode, thumb stick CURSOR , will move the sub picutre up/down.
PICTURE-IN-PICTURE CONT. SPLIT MODE PIP Split Mode PIP displays the main picture and sub-picture evenly on the screen.

Ant A 10 Ant A 12

SURF MODE PIP This feature will automatically scan all active channel numbers (those set in memory) and display them as PIP sub-pictures, along the right edge of the screen. Press the PIP button a second time to remove the sub-pictures from the screen.

Ant A 28 09

PIP PIP

NOTES: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

If no buttons are pressed when in SURF mode, auto-scanning will continuously scan channels in memory. (see page 41) If a channel is tuned during this SURF scanning, sub-pictures will be removed from the screen. SURF MODE PIP is allowed only when ANT A is selected as the main channel. If PARENTAL CONTROL MOVIE/TV RATINGS setting is ON, PIP SURF mode will be deactivated. Closed Caption will not appear when PIP SURF mode is on.

NOTES: Each freeze frame is delayed about 0.1 (1/10) second.
USING THE REMOTE TO CONTROL VCR FUNCTIONS
Operating the precoded function for your VCR. This remote is designed to operate different types of VCRs. You must first program the remote to match the remote system of your VCR. (refer to page 35 for pre-codes) 1. 2. 3. 4. Turn ON your VCR. Aim the remote control at the front of your VCR. Press and release the VCR button to switch to VCR pre-coded mode. Hold down the VCR button on the remote and enter the two digit preset code that matches your VCR, as shown on page 35. The indicator light will flash 3 times if the code was accepted. Aim the remote at the VCR and press the POWER button. The remote will turn off your VCR when the correct two digit preset code is entered. When this occurs, the remote control is programmed for your VCR. If the VCR does not turn off, try a different two digit preset code. The remote will now control your VCR.
NOTES: 1. If your VCR cannot be operated after performing the above procedures, your VCRs code has not been precoded into the remote. 2. In the unlikely event that your VCR cannot be operated after performing the above procedures, please consult your VCR operating guide. 3. The remote control will remember the codes you have programmed until the batteries are removed from the remote control. After replacing the batteries repeat the entire programming procedure as stated above. 4. The MENU button will act as the VCR MENU button for HITACHI VCRs. 5. The LAST CH button will act as your VCR ENTER button if required. 6. The SLEEP button will act as your VCR 100 button if required.

CBL STB TAPE AMP

SOURCE WIZARD DVD AV1 DVD

SOURCE WIZARD CD

VCR Button
This button allows the remote to control your VCR by setting it to VCR mode. These buttons transmit the chosen precoded VCR codes. For some VCRs, you must press the RECORD button twice to record a program. These buttons are for operating the TV.
PRECODED VCR Buttons EXCLUSIVE TV Buttons

MY VCR CODE IS:

Refer to instruction manual of the VCR for operation of the buttons exclusively for the VCR.

SOURCE WIZARD

SOURCE WIZARD AV3

DVD Button

This button allows the remote to control your DVD player by setting it to DVD mode.
PRECODED DVD Buttons EXCLUSIVE TV Buttons
These buttons transmit the chosen precoded DVD codes. These buttons are for operating the TV.

MY DVD PLAYER CODE IS:

Refer to instruction manual of the DVD player for operation of the buttons exclusively for the DVD player.
USING THE REMOTE TO CONTROL ADDITIONAL AUDIO/VIDEO EQUIPMENT
Operating the precoded function for your Audio/Video component. This remote is designed to operate different types of Audio/Video component. You must first program the remote to match the remote system of your Audio/Video component. (refer to page 35 for pre-codes) 1. 2. 3. 4. Turn ON your Audio/Video component you wish to control with the Remote. Aim the remote control at the front of your Audio/Video component. Press and release the AV1, AV2 or AV3 button to switch to Audio/Video component pre-coded mode. Hold down the AV1, AV2 or AV3 button on the remote and enter the two digit preset code that matches your Audio/Video component, as shown on page 35. The indicator light will flash 3 times if the code was accepted. Aim the remote at the Audio/Video component and press the POWER button. The remote will turn off your Audio/Video component when the correct two digit preset code is entered. When this occurs, the remote control is programmed for your Audio/Video component. If the Audio/Video component does not turn off, try a different two digit preset code. The remote will now control your Audio/Video component. Repeat steps 1 - 6 if you wish to program the remote to control another Audio/Video component. Be sure to use a different A/V button on the remote, since only one component can be programmed per button.
NOTES: 1. Your remote control SOURCE WIZARD buttons are either labeled as AV1, AV2 and AV3, or CD, TAPE, and AMP. If your remote control SOURCE WIZARD buttons are labeled as AV1, AV2, and AV3, please program your Audio/Video components as follow for best performance. Use AV1 to program your CD brand. Use AV2 to program your TAPE brand, and use AV3 to program your AMPLIFIER/RECEIVER brand. 2. If your Audio/Video component cannot be operated after performing the above procedures, your Audio/Video components code has not been precoded into the remote. In the unlikely event that your Audio/Video component cannot be operated after performing the above procedures, please consult your Audio/Video equipment operating guide. The remote control will remember the codes you have programmed until the batteries are removed from the remote control. After replacing the batteries repeat the entire programming procedure as stated above.

US STAT

AV1, AV2, AV3 Buttons
These buttons allows the remote to control your Audio/Video equipment by setting it to Audio/Video mode. These buttons transmit the chosen precoded Audio/Video component codes. These buttons are for operating the TV.
PRECODED AUDIO/VIDEO Buttons EXCLUSIVE TV Buttons
MY AUDIO/VIDEO EQUIPMENT CODE IS: AV1 (CD) AV2 (TAPE) AV3 (AMP/RCVR)
Refer to instruction manual of the Audio/Video equipment for operation of the buttons exclusively for the Audio/Video equipment.
VCR, CABLE, SATELLITE, DVD and AUDIO/VIDEO CODES
VCR BRAND. CODE Adventura. 01 Aiko. 09 Aiwa. 01 Akai. 02, 47, 48 American High. 23 Asha. 44 Audiovox. 24 Beaumark. 44 Bell & Howell. 32 Broksonic. 33, 34, 41 Calix. 24 Canon. 23 Carver. 31 CCE. 09, 30 Citizen. 09, 24 Colt. 30 Craig. 19, 24, 30, 44 Curtis Mathes. 02, 23, 46 Cybernex. 44 Daewoo. 09, 17 Dynatech. 01 Electrophonic. 24 Emerex. 08 Emerson. 01, 09, 13, 16, 24, 27,. 28, 33, 34, 36, 41, 47 Fisher. 19, 21, 32 Fuji. 10, 23 Funai. 01 Garrard. 01 GE. 04, 23, 40, 46 Goldstar. 24, 25, 43 Gradiente. 01 Harley Davidson. 01 Harmon/Kardon. 25 Harwood. 30 Headquarter. 18 Hi-Q. 19 Hitachi. 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 Jensen. 02 JVC. 02, 14, 26 KEC. 09, 24 Kenwood. 02, 25, 26 KLH. 30 Kodak. 23, 24 Lloyd. 01 Lloyds. 27 Logik. 30 LXI. 24 Magnavox. 15, 23, 31, 35 Magnin. 44 Marantz. 23, 31 Marta. 24 Matsushita. 23 MEI. 23 Memorex. 01, 15, 18, 19,. 20, 23, 24, 32, 44 MGA. 16, 47 MGN Technology. 44 Minolta. 03, 05 Mitsubishi. 16, 26, 39, 47, 48 Motorola. 20, 23 MTC. 01, 44 Multitech. 01, 30 NEC. 02, 25, 26, 32 Nikko. 24 Noblex. 44 Olympus. 12, 23 Optimus. 20, 24, 32 Panasonic. 11, 12, 23, 38 Penney. 03, 23, 24, 25, 44 Pentax. 03, 04, 05 Philco. 23 Phillips. 23, 31 Pilot. 24 Pioneer. 26 Protec. 30 Pulsar. 15 Quarter. 18 Quartz. 18 Quasar. 23 Radio Shack. 01, 24 Radix. 24 Randex. 24 RCA. 03, 04, 05, 35, 40, 46 Realistic. 01, 18, 19, 20,. 21, 23, 24, 32, 44 Ricoh. 22 Runco. 15 Samsung. 17, 44 Sanky. 15, 20 Sansui. 02, 26 Sanyo. 18, 19, 32, 44 Scott. 16, 17, 33, 34, 36, 41 Sears. 03, 05, 18, 19,. 21, 23, 24, 32 Sharp. 20 Shintom. 30 Shogun. 44 Singer. 30 Sony. 08, 10, 22, 23 STS. 03 Sylvania. 01, 16, 23, 31 Symphonic. 01 Tatung. 02 Teac. 01, 02 Technics. 23, 38 Teknika. 01, 23, 24 TMK. 27,44 Toshiba. 16, 17, 21, 36 Totvision. 24, 44 Unitech. 44 Vector. 17 Vector Research. 25 Video Concepts. 17, 47 Videosonic. 44 Wards. 01, 03, 19, 20, 23,. 30, 35, 36, 44, 46 XR-1000. 01, 23, 30 Yamaha. 25 Zenith. 10, 15, 22 DVD BRAND. CODE Denon. 04 Hitachi. 07, 12 JVC. 01 Kenwood. 04 Magnavox. 05 Mitsubishi. 10 Panasonic. 04 Phillips. 06 Pioneer. 03 RCA (Proscan). 09 Samsung. 12 Sony. 02 Toshiba. 05 Yamaha. 08 Zenith. 05, 11 CABLE BRAND. CODE ABC. 01, 07, 08, 17,. 18, 20, 36, 37, 49 Antronix. 39 Archer. 11, 24, 39 Belcor. 32 Cable Star. 32 Century. 11 Citizen. 11 Colour Voice. 30, 42 Comtronics. 25, 28 Contec. 21 Dae Ryung. 20 Eastern. 14 Electricord. 31 Everquest. 51 Focus. 52 Garrard. 11 GC Electronics. 32, 39 Gemini. 05, 38, 43, 51 General Instrument. 01, 12 Goldstar. 10, 25 Hamlin. 04, 13, 22, 23 Hitachi. 01 Hytex. 36 Jasco. 11 Jerrold. 01, 08, 12, 37, 49, 50, 51 Macom. 35 Magnavox. 15 Memorex. 03 Movie Time. 29, 31, 33 NSC. 29, 33, 38 Oak. 21, 36, 46 Panasonic. 02, 03, 09 Paragon. 03 Phillips. 11, 15, 16, 26,. 30, 42, 43, 44 Pioneer. 06, 10, 19 Popular Mechanics. 52 Pulsar. 03 RCA. 02 Realistic. 39 Recoton. 52 Regal. 04, 22, 34 Regency. 14 Rembrandt. 01, 38 Runco. 03 Samsung. 10, 25 Scientific Atlanta. 17, 20, 41, 45 Signal. 25, 51 Signature. 01 SL Marx. 25 Sprucer. 02 Starcom. 37, 49, 51 Stargate. 25, 51 Starquest. 51 Starsight. 53, 54 Sylvania. 18 Teleview. 25 Texscan. 18 Tocom. 07, 27, 50 Toshiba. 03 Tusa. 51 TV 86. 29 Unika. 11, 39 United Artists. 36 United Cable. 49 Universal. 11, 24, 31, 32, 34, 39 Videoway. 47 Viewstar. 15, 28, 29, 40 Zenith. 03, 48 Zentek. 52 SATELLITE BRAND. CODE Echostar. 04 Hitachi. 01 Hughes. 05 RCA. 02 Sony. 03 SET-TOP-BOX. CODE Panasonic. 06 RCA. 07 Samsung. 08 AMPLIFIER BRAND. CODE Aiwa. 05, 06 Carver. 01, 06, 08 Denon. 10 Fisher. 08, 11 Hitachi. 12 JVC. 13 Kenwood. 14, 15, 17, 18 Magnavox. 01, 06 Marantz. 01, 06, 16 MCS. 16 Optimus. 03, 04, 11, 15, 20 Panasonic. 16 Philips. 01, 06 Pioneer. 03, 04, 20, 21, 22 Quasar. 16 Sansui. 06 Sanyo. 11 Sharp. 15 Sony. 05 Technics. 02, 16, 23, 24, 25 Victor. 13 Wards. 03, 05, 06, 08, 20, 21 Yamaha. 15, 26 CD BRAND. CODE Adcom. 01 Aiwa. 02 California Audio Lab. 03 Carver. 02 Denon. 04 DKK. 05 Emerson. 01 Fisher. 06 Genexxa. 07 Hitachi. 01, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12 JVC. 13 Kenwood. 06, 14, 15 Krell. 02 Magnavox. 02 Marantz. 02, 03 MCS. 03 Mission. 03 NSM. 02 Onkyo. 16 Optimus. 05, 07, 17 Panasonic. 03 Philips. 02 Pioneer. 07, 17 Proton. 02 QED. 02 Quasar. 03 RCA. 01, 21 Realistic. 01 Rotel. 02 SAE. 02 Sansui. 02 Scott. 01 Sony. 05, 18 Technics. 03, 19, 20 Victor. 13 TAPE BRAND. CODE Aiwa. 11, 12 Hitachi. 01, 02, 03, 04 JVC. 05 Kenwood. 06 Optimus. 07 Pioneer. 07 Sony. 09, 10, 11, 12 Wards. 07

MAGIC FOCUS Please turn on your television for at least 20 minutes before using this feature. Your HITACHI Projection TV has three color projection tubes: one for red, one for green, one for blue. When mixed together in the proper proportion, the output of these three color tubes can produce any color. To produce these colors, however, the beams must be precisely aligned over each other so that the colors can be mixed. The process of aligning these picture beams is called convergence. Over a period of time, the picture tubes can drift out of alignment due to normal bumps and vibrations or moving the TV. If you move your TV, or if, after a time, you notice color rings or halos around objects in the picture, you may want to converge (align) the colors. Properly converged, the lines appear white, which is actually a combination of the outputs of the three color tubes. The output of the green tube is stationary. The outputs of the red and blue tubes can be adjusted. When properly aligned, the outputs of all three tubes should be directly over each other to produce the white lines. To simplify convergence, HITACHI incorporates a function called MAGIC FOCUS located on the front control panel, which allows the TV to self-adjust. Press this MAGIC FOCUS button and the convergence self adjustment willl start and this process will take approximately 15 seconds. If this button is pressed during this process, no change in picture quality will occur. After this 15 second self-adjust period, picture quality will be optimum. (Do not move the TV during self-adjust.) You may also select MAGIC FOCUS from the SETUP Menu.

MAGIC FOCUS

NOTES: 1.
For Magic Focus to perform at its best, the television must be turned ON and heat run for a minimum of 20 minutes before pressing Magic Focus on the front panel. Only a momentary press of the MAGIC FOCUS button is necessary to start AUTO DIGITAL CONVERGENCE. At anytime during this convergence correction process, you may press the MAGIC FOCUS button to exit the MAGIC FOCUS mode.
PICTURE FORMATS The PICTURE FORMATS function is very useful when setting up reception High Definition, Standard Definition and NTSC signals.
Se t M e nu Language Plu g & Pl ay Se t An tenna/C abl e Se t Ch annel Memory Ed it Channel Memory Vie w Channel Li st Se t T h e C l ock M a g ic Focus Pic t u re Formats

Press Select To Set

Picture Formats Aspect Style
V. Position Comp Color Type Video Display
Ant A 6 Normal Full Fill Smooth Wide 0 HDTV SDTV/DVD 1080i 540P
P icture Formats Aspect Style
ASPECT STYLE If you receive an image with a 4:3 aspect ratio, the image will be displayed at that ratio on your HDTV unless you specify otherwise. The Picture Format menu allows you to adjust the image through the following options:
Normal Choose this when receiving a 4:3 image and you want the on-screen appearance of the video to be a centered picture with side panels (blank areas) on the right and left sides. Full Choose this when you want the television to adjust the 4:3 image horizontally so it fills your 16:9 screen. No side panels will be added, and the image is vertically unaltered. This setting is especially useful for viewing 16:9 formatted DVDs. 4:3 ratio 16:9 ratio

This selection contains advanced features which will make TV viewing easier and more enjoyable.
NAME THE CHANNEL Use this feature to give up to 20 channels a name when ANTENNA signal source is selected and up to 60 channels a name when CATV signal source is selected.
Change the channel using CH+, CH- or the number keys
Na me t h e Ch a n n e l Na m e th e In p u ts Se t F a vo r ite Ch. Se t Pa r e n ta l L o cks Se t Pr o g r a m T im e r Vid e o In p u t Se n so r Clo se d Ca p tio n M e n u Ba ckg r o u n d
N ame the C hannel C h 22 C hannel N ames C ustom N ame R eset N ext C h Ch Ch Or # K eys

To Menu Bar

To Quit
Scroll to a channel name and press select
Na me t h e Ch a n n e l Ch Ch a n n e l Na me s Cu sto m Na m e Re se t Ne xt Ch Ch Ch Or # Ke ys
A&E ABC A MC AP BET BRVO
Press THUMB STICK to highlight CHANNEL NAMES. Press THUMB STICK to select preset CHANNEL NAMES. Press THUMB STICK to scroll through the preset CHANNEL NAMES. Press down on THUMB STICK to select desired CHANNEL NAME. To customize CHANNEL NAMES, select CUSTOM NAME. Press THUMB STICK or to select letter. Press THUMB STICK or to change character position. ( ) represents a blank space. Press CHANNEL or and the number buttons to label additional channels. Press EXIT to quit menu or THUMB STICK to return to previous menu when the CURSOR is in the first position.
Select RESET to erase a CHANNEL NAMES.
If ANT A and ANT B are in the same ANTENNA/CABLE mode (see page 40), the CHANNEL NAMES for both antenna inputs will be the same. CHANNEL NAMES will be displayed only when channel is displayed as main picture.
NAME THE INPUTS Use this feature to give a name to any of the five video inputs.
N a m e t h e Ch a n n e l N a m e t h e I np u t s S e t F a v o r i t e Ch. S e t P a r e n t al L o cks S e t P r o g r a m T im e r V i d e o I n p u t Se n so r C l o s e d C a p tio n M e n u B a c k gr o u n d
N ame the Inputs V id 1 Vid 4 Input N ame Li st C ustom N ame R eset

Vid 2 Vid 3 Vid 5

N a m e t h e In p u t s Vid 1 Vid 2 Vid 3 Vid 4 Vid 5 I n p u t N a me L is t CAM Custom Name CBL Reset DVD LD SAT ST B
N ame the Inputs Vid 1 Vid 2 Vid 3 Vid 4 Vid 5 Input N ame Li st CAM C ustom N ame CBL R eset DVD LD SAT S TB
Press THUMB STICK to highlight NAME THE INPUTS. Press THUMB STICK to select preset NAME THE INPUTS. Press THUMB STICK or to scroll through the preset INPUT NAME LIST. Press down on THUMB STICK to select desired INPUT NAME. To customize INPUT NAME, select CUSTOM. Press THUMB STICK to select the video input to be named. Press THUMB STICK or to select letters. Press THUMB STICK or to change position. Press down on THUMB STICK to set. Press EXIT to quit menu or THUMB STICK to return to previous menu when the CURSOR is in the first position. ( ) represents a blank space.
Select RESET to set INPUT NAMES to original condition. NOTE: INPUT NAME will be displayed only when video INPUT is displayed as main picture.

The code to enter SET PARENTAL LOCKS is a four digit secret code number. The factory preset code is 0000. Use the number buttons to select secret code.
Use number buttons to enter secret code
Nam e t he Channel Nam e t he I nput s S et Favori t e Ch. Set Parental Locks S et Program Ti m er V i deo I nput Sensor Cl osed Capt i on Menu Background
S et P arental L ocks - - - - E n ter S ecret Cod e Channel 3 V ideo Lock Quick Lock F ront P anel Lock S et Time Lock Movie Ratings Lock T V Ratings Lock Canadian Ratings (E NG) Canadian Ratings (F RN)
S et P arental L ocks ---- Change S ecret Code? Chan nel 3 V ideo Lock Quick Lock F ront P anel Lock S et Time Lock Movie Ratings Lock T V Ratings Lock Canadian Ratings (E NG) Canadian Ratings (F RN)
Use THUMB STICK or to highlight function and press down on the THUMB STICK to set ON or OFF. When CHANNEL is turned on, the picture and sound for the chosen channel will be blocked out. When VIDEO LOCK is turned on, the picture and sound for all video inputs will be blocked out. To lock the video inputs, you must be tuned to one of the video inputs. When QUICK LOCK is turned on, the picture and sound for channels 3, 4 on both ANT A/B and all video inputs will be blocked out. When FRONT PANEL LOCK is turned on, all buttons on the Front Panel will be deactivated, except the POWER button. When SET TIME LOCK is turned on, you can set the BEGIN and END times and the TV cannot be viewed during that time period. (Set clock first.) Use THUMB STICK or to highlight ONCE (TV will time out one time only), DAILY (TV will time out every day), WEEKLY (TV will time out one time a week) or OFF (to disable this function) and then press down on THUMB STICK to SELECT your choice. MOVIE RATINGS LOCK, TV RATINGS LOCK, and CANADIAN RATINGS are explained in detail in the Parental Control Movie/TV Ratings Reference Guide. To change the secret code number, select CHANGE SECRET CODE. Enter a new four digit key number you prefer. If you forget your secret code, use the factory code 7777 to erase your key number. This will reset the secret code number back to the factory preset 0000. Press EXIT to quit menu or THUMB STICK to return to previous menu. NOTE: 1. If ANT A and ANT B are in the same signal source mode (see page 40), when a channel is locked, it is locked on both antenna inputs. 2. When using SET TIME LOCK make sure the clock is set (see page 44). 3. Text appears on the screen to indicate that TV TIMED OUT (Set Parental Locks) is activated.

Select AUDIO to adjust the TV to your preference and to improve the sound quality.
Ba s s Tre b le Ba la n c e Re s e t Ad v a n c e d Se ttin g s

50% 50%

Bass Tr ebl e B al anc e Res et A dv anc ed S etti ngs

90% 50%

Use THUMB STICK or to highlight the function to be adjusted. Press THUMB STICK or to adjust the function. Press EXIT to quit MENU.
If BASS is selected you are adjusting BASS. The additional menu items TREBLE and BALANCE can be selected and adjusted in the same manner.
This function controls the low frequency audio to all speakers.

TREBLE

This function controls the high frequency audio to all speakers.

BALANCE

This function will control the left to right balance of the TV internal speakers and the AUDIO TO HI FI output.
When RESET is selected, press CURSOR to return audio adjustments to factory preset conditions.
Use ADVANCED SETTINGS to improve the sound performance of your TV, depending on listening conditions.

ADVANCED SETTINGS

Bass Trebl e Bal ance Reset Advanced Set t i ngs

63% 50%

A dvanced Setti ngs Stereo Mono Second Audi o Program Int ernal Speakers Aut o Noi se Cancel L oudness Perf ect Vol um e
Advan ced S etting s S tereo Mono S econd A udio P rogram Internal S peakers A uto Noise Cancel Loudness P erfect V o lume
Press THUMB STICK or to highlight a function. Press down on THUMB STICK to change the function setting. When the function has an in the box, it is ON. MTS MODE Multi-Channel Television Sound will allow you to select STEREO (a stereo broadcast), MONO (monaural sound) used when receiving a weak stereo broadcast or SAP (second audio program) which may be a secondary language, weather report, etc. The sources received will be displayed at the top center edge of the TV. The source you select will be displayed above the sources received. See example below for each selection when both stereo and second audio are received (monaural is always received).
STEREO SELECTED Stereo ST/SA Ant 31 NEWS 10:00 Pm SAP SELECTED SAP ST/SA Ant 31 NEWS 10:00 Pm
MONO SELECTED Mono Ant 31 NEWS 10:00 Pm
INTERNAL SPEAKERS This function is useful when first setting up the external speakers, or if you prefer to use only speakers from a separate stereo system. AUTO NOISE CANCEL This function eliminates the noise between stations. If a channel is tuned and is noisy, this function will automatically eliminate the audio for that channel. LOUDNESS This function will improve the quality of both low and high frequency sounds when listening at low volume levels. PERFECT VOLUME This function will automatically adjust volume so each channel has the same average volume level.

Vid4 Vid5 Analog Optical Co a x i a l ( Di g i t a l )
Theater Modes Surround Input Source Listening Position Listening Mode Speaker Setup
Vid4 Vid5 Analog Optical Coaxial (Digital)
Use THUMB STICK or to select DIGITAL or ANALOG. Press EXIT to quit menu or THUMB STICK to return to previous menu. NOTE: 1. This feature selects between DIGITAL (Optical and Coaxial) Inputs on rear panel and ANALOG (Audio Left/Right) Inputs on rear panel. 2. DIGITAL audio can only be used for VIDEO:4 or VIDEO:5 inputs. ANT A, ANT B, and VIDEO:1,2 and 3 inputs can accept only ANALOG audio input. 3. You cannot select COAXIAL for both VIDEO:4 and VIDEO:5 inputs. You also cannot select OPTICAL for both VIDEO:4 and VIDEO:5 inputs. You may only have 1 type of audio input for each rear panel input. Set for optimum audio performance based on your listening position.

LISTENTING POSITION

T heat er M o d e s S urround I nput S o u r ce L i sten i n g Position Li s t enin g M o d e S peak e r Se t u p

L i sten i n g Position

Listening Po s i t i o n
Press down on THUMB STICK to select Front, Center, or Rear LISTENING POSITION that matches your setup. Press EXIT to quit menu or THUMB STICK to return to previous menu. NOTES: 1. This feature adjusts audio delay to surround speakers to make audio performance optimum, based on your specific setup. 2. This feature is only accessible when SURROUND-PRO LOGIC and SURROUND-DOLBY DIGITAL modes are selected.
Choose between pre-set audio modes Standard, Night, or Maximum. Take advantage of these features to reduce or increase sound effects.

LISTENING MODE

Listening Mode S tandard N i ght Maximum
Use THUMB STICK or to select STANDARD, NIGHT, MAXIMUM. Press EXIT to quit menu or THUMB STICK to return to previous menu. When STANDARD is selected: It is the normal listening mode. It does not make full use of your televisions dynamic range, but is a good compromise for all day viewing/listening. When NIGHT is selected: This mode allows the audio to be reproduced in such a way that the impact of sound track extremes (such as explosions) are reduced while quiet passages are boosted, allowing all the audio information to be heard at a low volume level. As its name suggests, this mode is intended for night time viewing. When MAXIMUM is selected: This mode makes the best use of the televisions dynamic range. It will enhance the sound effects such as explosions or screams. NOTES: 1. This feature is only accessible when SURROUND-DOLBY DIGITAL mode is selected and INPUT SOURCE-DIGITAL (Optical or Coaxial) is chosen. 2. You must be in VIDEO:4 or VIDEO:5 to access this feature, since these are the only inputs which accept DOLBY DIGITAL inputs.

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DIGITAL TELEVISION BROADCASTING: Perspectives on the Future

Jeffrey Bird

A minor thesis for Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree

Master of Multimedia

Swinburne University of Technology
2002, Updated 2003 Jeffrey Bird
Email: jrbird@swin.edu.au
Jeffrey Bird (July, 2002), (Updated May 2003). PO Box 455, Cheltenham, Victoria 3192, Australia. Email: jrbird@swin.edu.au

ABSTRACT

This thesis will provide a broad overview of the digital television landscape, providing the reader with an understanding of the underlying technologies, their potential to offer new and improved services, as well as their inherent risks. Focusing on digital television enhancements, High Definition television, High Definition content acquisition and interactive television, this thesis will reveal a rapidly evolving set of technologies that promise to significantly alter the television viewing experience, from dramatically improved pictures to viewer initiated interaction and content control. On the basis of this information, content producers, broadcasters, advertisers and other interested parties will be assisted in identifying the opportunities, trends and potential pitfalls of digital television broadcasting.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thank you to BroadbandBananas for permitting the use of numerous iTV screenshots in this thesis. Also thanks to a number of other organisations/individuals for providing visual material, including: Sony; the European Broadcasting Union; Ray Cordero/Home Theatre Magazine; CEA; Lemac; iTV Marketer; eMarketer; Access Conferences; UEC; and TiVo.

Jeff Bird 2002, 2003.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABSTRACT....iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS....v TABLE OF CONTENTS...vi LIST OF TABLES....ix
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 1.2 1.3 Introduction....13 Scope...13 Overview...14
CHAPTER 2 DIGITAL TELEVISION 2.1 2.2 Introduction to Television Transmission Formats..15 Analogue Terrestrial Broadcast Standards..15 2.1.1 Aspect Ratios...16 2.2.2 Bandwidth....16 2.2.3 Interlacing....16 2.3 2.4 2.5 Digital Television Transmission Standards..17 DVB, ATSC and ISDB...18 The Viewing Experience of Digital Television..21 2.5.1 Improved Imagery...21 2.5.2 Widescreen Television...21 2.5.3 Sound....24 2.5.4 Multiview...25 2.5.5 Closed Captioning...25 2.5.6 Multi-channeling....26 2.6 Implications of Multi-channeling..27
2.6.1 Viewer Fragmentation...28
CHAPTER 3 HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 Defining HDTV...34 American HDTV Standard..35 DVB-T HDTV Standard...35 HDTV Displays....39 HDTV Conspiracy Theories...43 HDTV Implementation: Choice Versus Quality...45 3.6.1 HDTV in Europe and the United Kingdom..45 3.6.2 HDTV in Australia...47 3.6.3 Australian Opposition to HDTV..50 3.6.4 United States...52 3.7 3.8 3.9 HDTV Content Creation...57 Digital HD...58 24P, The New Digital Film..59
3.10 HD Acquisition....61 3.11 Film versus HD....63
CHAPTER 4 INTERACTIVE TELEVISION 4.1 4.2 Defining Interactive Television...68 ITV Applications....70 4.2.1 Information Services..70 4.2.2 Communication Applications...75 4.2.3 Enhanced TV...77 4.2.4 Games...87 4.2.5 T-Commerce...89 4.2.6 ITV Advertising...94 4.3 Personalised TV...98 4.3.1 Electronic Program Guides..98 4.3.2 Personal Video Recorders...99
4.3.3 Video-On-Demand (VOD)...104 4.3.4 Internet Television...106 4.3.5 Datacasting...107 4.4 Viewing Expectations...111
CHAPTER 5 CONTENT ACQUISITION 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Reconciling Formats In A Time Of Transition...115 Video Acquisition Formats...115 Analogue Video Formats...115 Standard Definition Digital Video...116 5.4.1 Compression...118 5.4.2 Sampling Ratios...119 5.4.3 Bit Rate and Date Rates...120 5.4.4 Digital Formats....120 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 Resolution Wars...122 Lenses....126 The CCD....127 Film Acquisition...127 Future Proof Film...128

CHAPTER 6 CONCLUSION 6.1 Conclusions...131

REFERENCES....135

List of Tables
Table 3.1 Table 3.2 ATSC Table 3 Formats For DTV Transmission Table 3.2 Standards Australia AS 4599-1999 Television Formats.

List of Figures

Figure 2.1 Figure 2.2 Figure 3.1 Figure 3.2 Figure 3.3 Figure 3.4 Figure 3.5 Figure 3.6 Figure 3.7 Figure 3.8 Figure 3.8b Figure 3.9 Figure 4.1 Figure 4.2 Figure 4.3 Figure 4.4 Figure 4.5 Figure 4.6 Figure 4.7 Figure 4.8 Figure 4.9 Figure 4.10 Figure 4.11 Figure 4.12 Figure 4.13 Figure 4.14 Figure 4.15 Figure 4.16 Figure 4.17 Figure 4.18 Figure 4.19 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios Transmission options within total bandwidth Projector Home Theater System. Marantz PD5010D 50-Inch Plasma HD Monitor. Hitachi 43UWX10B 43-Inch HD Monitor. Five fastest growing consumer electronic products in the United States. HD studio camera on The Tonight Show. Sony HDW-F900 CineAlta with matte box and viewfinder extension. Sony HDW-F900 CineAlta in camcorder mode. Panasonic AJ-HDC27, 720p HD camera. JVC JY-HD10U MiniDV Camcorder. Image size area difference between Super 16mm and 35mm film. Austar iDaily news application. Austars iWeather application TPS METEO EXPRESS application. Elle Cuisine Recipe magazine. Comete horoscope application UK Online Interactive TV Mail on Liberate platform. SMS TV on Canal Satellite. Note virtual keyboard. C Dans Lair, viewers pose questions via SMS. Walking With Beasts. BBC interactive documentary. Walking With Beasts. BBC interactive documentary. Discovery Shark Weekend interactive documentary. Sky News Active. Note voting and eight video streams. MTV Hits. Viewers can place sticker on screen. BBC Wimbledon 2001 BBC World Cup soccer 2002. BBC World Cup 2002 BBC Winter Olympics 2002 F1 Digital+ on Sky. Driver Stats.
Figure 4.20 Figure 4.21 Figure 4.22 Figure 4.23 Figure 4.24 Figure 4.25 Figure 4.26 Figure 4.27 Figure 4.28 Figure 4.29 Figure 4.30 Figure 4.30b Figure 4.31 Figure 4.32 Figure 4.33 Figure 4.34 Figure 4.35 Figure 4.36 Figure 4.37 Figure 4.38 Figure 4.39 Figure 5.1 Figure 5.2 Figure 5.3 Figure 5.4
Sky Sports Active. Player Cam. Voting on Sky News. Big Brother 2001 Discovery Channels Mastermind. ROFL Interactive consumer quiz show. Banzai Games top Forrester Research 2001 BBC Cbeebies game. David Beckhams Soccer International Challenge on Sky Active. Football betting on Sky. ITV Gambling Revenues in Europe. Source Datamonitor 2001 Sky Bet Vegas Juicy Jackpot. Pizza Hut Interactive MasterCard iTV trial. Virgin Mobile Interactive survey & competition Pampers iTV forum for mothers. Panasonic Interactive Advertisement DAL entry point. Panasonic Interactive Advertisement DAL structure. UEC VR 800 Personal Video Recorder (PVR) TiVo Series2 DVR US Video On Demand Revenues. Source: Forrester 2001. Generation loss of DV and Betacam SP. 1st generation Generation loss of DV and Betacam SP.4th generation. Generation loss of DV and Betacam SP. 7th generation. Generation loss of DVCPRO 50, Betacam SP, and Digital Betacam 7th generation.

 

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