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WIDE SCREEN COLOUR TELEVISION INSTRUCTION BOOKLET
Dear Hitachi Customer,
Congratulations on your purchase of the very latest state of the art wide screen television from HITACHI. We pride ourselves on producing high quality televisions with outstanding picture and audio capabilities, coupled with Hitachis reputation for superior reliability.
In the Main Operating Guide there is a fold out section on page 3. This page contains a numbered guide for the remote control handset. While following this manual, fold out this section, this will enable you to easily reference between the manual and the remote control handset.
EXP/ 16:9 MEN
You should enjoy many years of trouble free operation from your TV. Take some time to read the Operating Guide thoroughly, and if you encounter any difficulty, firstly refer to the Trouble Shooting guide at the rear of this manual. If, in the unlikely event of a problem occurring on your TV, contact your dealer immediately. Please read the Guarantee carefully. Use the boxes provided below to record your TVs Model and Serial N (these are found on the rating plate located on the rear of the TV). Also, record where and when you purchased this TV. This will speed any future queries you may have and should be used in all correspondence with Hitachi service centres. Model:Serial N:Dealer/Store:-
Introduction & Contents Remote Control Handset Layout Remote Control Handset Guide TV Safety Battery Safety & Installation TV Installation General TV Controls Overview Automatic Tuning Procedure Manual Tuning Procedure Picture & Audio Controls Feature Menu Additional Features Wide Screen Modes External Equipment Connection Teletext & VCR Operation Trouble Shooting Guide Your Guarantee Technical Specifications Environmental Notice Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9-10 Page 11-12-13 Page 14-15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19-20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25
TV TEXT MUTE
The remote control handset supplied has several dual functions. These functions are mainly used for operations whilst in teletext mode. The Teletext modes and functions are in *Bold Italic type and all functions are briefly explained below.
TV Button Stand-by Button
This enables the viewer to return to normal TV operation. Used to switch the TV on and off for short periods of time. Use ON/OFF button on TV for longer periods of inactivity (see environmental notes on page 25) Used for direct programme selection (enter a second digit within 2 seconds for programme numbers above 10 i.e. to obtain programme number 29 enter 2 and then 9). Teletext 3 digit entry. Press Recall to view current TV status.
Press Hold to freeze Teletext pages.
Allows the user to access a subtitle service directly (subject to Subtitle service broadcasting). Also used to set various Wide Screen subtitle formats (see page 18). The Update button restores the TV screen whilst a Teletext page is searched. Used whilst in Teletext mode to reveal hidden pages i.e. quiz pages etc.
In TV mode swaps between previous and current programme numbers. In Teletext mode this feature allows the user to recall the last 4 Teletext pages. The TV/AV button allows the user to select either a TV or external source signal i.e. a camcorder etc.This button also has a colour coded teletext function and OSD function. Used to select between Wide Screen formats.
Update Button* Reveal Button*
Used to expand text pages.
The INDEX function is used whilst in Fastext mode and displays the magazine page on view. The EPG function is not available on this model.
Please Note: The following VCR controls operate Hitachi VCR equipment only. Used to switch the VCR on and off for short periods of time. Press to stop the VCR tape. Press to rewind a VCR tape. Press to play a VCR tape. Press to fast forward a VCR tape. When in normal TV operation this button allows the user to step down programme numbers in sequence. In MENU mode this button is the cursor down key. When in normal TV operation this button allows the user to reduce the TV volume. In MENU mode this button is the cursor left key. When in normal TV operation this button allows the user to increase the TV volume. In MENU mode this button is the cursor right key. The MENU button when pressed allows the user to access the TVs menu system. When in normal TV operation this button allows the user to step up programme numbers in sequence. In MENU mode this button is the cursor up key. *The P+/P- buttons can also step forward or back a page whilst in Teletext mode. This button allows the user to display the current time on-screen, also has a colour coded teletext function and OSD function. Allows the user to directly input known broadcasting CH or frequency numbers. Press to select between Stereo Normal and Stereo Wide modes, also has a colour coded teletext function and OSD function. This button allows the user to select a dual language function (subject to availability)and switches from Mono to Stereo reception, also has a colour coded teletext function and OSD function This feature allows the user to mute the sound temporarily.
Stand-by Button Stop Button Rew Button Play Button F/Fwd Button *P-/Cursor Down Vol-/Cursor Left Vol+/Cursor Right MENU Button *P+/Cursor Up
Time Button* CH Button Stereo Button Dual Language
When pressed this button enables the Teletext service.
Before installing your TV please read the following important notes: If you intend placing this TV into a cabinet or a wall alcove, please ensure there is at least a 100mm (10cm) gap to the sides, rear and top of the Television. This is to allow for adequate ventilation during TV operation. Dont allow soft furnishings such as curtains to be draped over the TV whilst in operation. Never place the TV on to a carpet during normal operation - this could obstruct ventilation slots on the base of the TV. Always place the TV on a flat surface , or if supplied, the stand accessory. Failure to observe the above guidelines could result in serious overheating of your TV, or in extreme cases, even fire.
Step 1. Connecting your TV to the mains socket.
(Please read the Safety Notes on page 5 with reference to unattended operation).
Insert Plug and Switch on
Step 2. TV only installation.
Aerial (RF) Socket
Aerial (RF) Lead
Step 3. Installation via a VCR.
Aerial (RF) Socket TV (RF) connecter lead TV to VCR
*Optional Scart Lead TV to VCR
Aerial (RF) Lead Aerial (RF) Socket VCR
*A scart lead should be fitted between your TV and VCR to enhance your picture and sound quality. Scart leads are essential if you have a stereo TV and VCR and wish to obtain stereo sound from your equipment. These leads can be purchased from your Hitachi dealer or any good High Street electrical retailer.
TV Controls Overview
FRONT CONTROL PANEL
Access to the front control panel is gained by pushing the door in and releasing. The front control panel contains items such as the Headphone socket, Audio/Video sockets, MENU button, Programme + /- and Volume +/- buttons. Also located on the front are the ON/OFF button, Infra Red Lens and TV Mode Light.
Audio/Video Input Sockets
TV Mode Light
REAR CONNECTING SOCKETS
The rear of your TV contains an aerial RF input and two scart sockets, AV1 and AV2. The RF/ aerial socket is permanently connected to an RF source i.e. an aerial antenna (shown on Page 7). The scart sockets are used to connect external equipment such as VCRs, Satellite Receivers / Decoder etc. Connection of this equipment is explained in greater detail in theEXTERNAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTION section.
RF Aerial Scart Socket Input Socket AV1
Scart Socket AV2
To switch your TV on, press the ON/OFF button shown above. If the TV fails to display anything on the screen, but the red TV mode light appears bright, then the TV is in Stand by mode. Press the Stand by button on your handset (key 2) to activate the TV. The red TV mode light will then dim and you should allow the TV a few seconds for a picture to appear.
Automatic T uning Procedure
NOTE: Make sure the Handset foldout section (Page 3) is extended out for easy referencing. To automatically tune this TV to your local broadcasting stations follow the step by step guide below. Once the TV has found all your local stations, they are then automatically assigned into the following order 1. BBC1; 2. BBC2; 3. ITV; 4. CH4/S4C; 5.CH5 (subject to availability); 6. Cable / Satellite broadcasts. Alternatively, if you are familiar with local broadcasting frequency or CH numbers, then these can be entered manually. Please refer to the Manual Tuning Procedure section of this manual. IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have a VCR or a Satellite receiver connected to this TV please ensure that they are switched on before Autotune commences. In the case of a VCR, insert a pre-recorded tape and begin playback of your equipment. With a Satellite receiver, select SKY NEWS. These measures ensure your equipment is tuned in during the AUTOTUNE procedure. (satellite equipment installation is explained in the EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTION section).
Press and HOLD the MENU key (20) on your handset until the menu right (top) appears.
To ensure the INSTALL option is displayed the MENU key (20) must be held for approximately 5 seconds.
Highlight INSTALL using cursor keys 17 or 21 (if INSTALL is not shown follow step above once more).
Press cursor key 18 or 19 to select INSTALL. The INSTALL menu (centre right) is shown.
Main Menu Picture Audio Sound Mode Feature Install
If language setting is incorrect, use cursor keys 17 or 21 to highlight LANGUAGE, and select using cursor keys 18 and 19.
Use cursor key 17 or 21 to highlight AUTOTUNE.
Install Autotune Manual Tune Program Sort Language
Use either cursor key 18 or 19 to begin AUTOTUNE.
Menu = Exit
Autotune 00 VIDEO 01 BBCITV 03 BBCCHCH4
CH37 515.25 528.30 544.65 566.55 572.10
I I I I I I
Completed Autotune example.
Automatic Tuning cont.
The PROGRAM SORT system allows the user to swap programme numbers from one location to another. If necessary follow the Guide below.
Press and HOLD the MENU key (20) until Main Menu with INSTALL is shown (top right).
Use cursor key 17 or 21 to select INSTALL and press cursor key 18 or 19 to enter
= Select = Adjust Menu = Exit
Use cursor key 17 or 21 to select PROGRAM SORT and press cursor key 18 or 19 to enter
The PROGRAM SORT menu is displayed.
Use cursor key 17 or 21 to highlight Program to change (example shows Program 3 BBC1)
Press CH key (23) to select [ select bar turns RED in colour ]
Program Sort 00 VIDEO 01 BBCITV 03 BBCCHCH4
CH37 AV1 544.65 528.30 515.25 566.55 572.10
Use cursor key 17 or 21 to highlight Program to be replaced (example shows Program 1 BBC2)
CH = Adjust
Once highlighted press CH key once more to confirm selection [select bar returns to BLUE ]
CH37 AV1 515.25 528.30 544.65 566.55 572.10
Repeat above to swap other programs, or repeatedly press MENU key 20 to return to TV operation.
= Select CH = Swap Menu = Exit
In this example BBC2 on Program 1 has been selected so that it may be swapped with Program 3 (BBC1).
Manual T uning Procedure
If desired, you may manually tune this TV. There are several methods of Manual Tuning, these include Search Tuning / Fine Tuning and Frequency or CH manual input ( this requires you to know your local broadcasting frequency or CH number). This section will also deal with items such as assigning AV sockets to program numbers and Program Naming.
Search T uning / Fine T uning This section deals with locating broadcasting stations using the Search Tuning and combined Fine Tuning facility. Fine Tuning may be required after Search or Automatic Tuning is complete.
Press and HOLD the MENU key (20) on your handset. The Main Menu (top right) is displayed.
Select INSTALL and press cursor keys 18 or 19 to enter. The INSTALL menu is displayed.
Select Manual Tune and press cursor keys 18 or 19 to enter Manual Tune menu.
The Manual Tune menu is displayed (bottom right).
Use cursor keys 17/18/19 and 21 to highlight frequency bar of programme N to Search Tune.
Press CH key (23) to select [bar turns RED] and press cursor keys 18/19 to begin SEARCH TUNE.
Manual Tune 00 VIDEO 01 BBCITV
CH37 515.25 528.30
When a broadcast is found either repeatedly press the MENU key (20) to store and exit to TV
To continue Search Tune simply press cursor keys 18/19, the TV will start searching once more.
To FINE TUNE press cursor keys 17 or 21 until the picture becomes clear.
When complete repeatedly press the MENU key (20) to exit, or repeat above to Search/Fine Tune other program numbers if necessary.
Manual T uning cont.
Broadcasting stations transmit the signal to your TV on a particular defined frequency i.e. 525.25MHz. These frequencies can be entered manually if known, and you can obtain this information by calling your local operator. In addition to frequency transmission a corresponding CHANNEL N is also used i.e. CH34, and this too can be directly input to your TV if known. (The S-- number has no function on this TV).
Entering Known Frequencies
Press and HOLD MENU key (20) and select INSTALL. Select MANUAL TUNE from INSTALL menu.
Use cursor keys 17,18, 19 or 21 to highlight the frequency of the program number you wish to enter.
Press the CH key (23) on your handset once, the column changes RED to indicate selection.
Repeatedly press CH key to select CH- - or ---.--, and enter the known number using 0-9 keys.
Manual Tune 00 VIDEO 01 BBCITV 03 BBCCHCH4 06
CH37 AV1 515.25 528.30 544.65 566.55 572.10 CH36 AV2
I I I I I CH I I
Once the number has been entered, press the MENU key once more and the display turns BLUE. This is now stored. Press MENU to exit.
Assigning AV Prog. Ns When AV sockets are commonly used, for example, if you view camcorder recorded events frequently, then we suggest assigning a dedicated program number on your TV. This can be any program number that has not already been assigned. Follow the step by step guide below.
Use cursor keys 17,18, 19 or 21 to highlight the AV column of the program number you wish to assign.
= Select =Adjust Menu = Exit
Once highlighted press the CH key (23) and select between each AV mode using cursor keys 18 or 19.
Repeat above to enter other AV sockets or repeatedly press MENU key (20) to store and exit to TV mode.
Manual Tune 00 VIDEO 01 BBCITV 03 BBCCHCH= Select
CH37 AV1 515.25 528.30 544.65 566.55 572.10 CH36 AV2 CH = Adjust
I I I I I I I Menu = Exit
AV2 assigned to Program 7
Program Naming After Tuning in, most broadcasting station names appear on screen i.e. BBC1, BBC2, ITV etc. However, you may change or add program names whenever you desire. To add or change program names follow the simple step by step guide below.
Use cursor keys 17,18, 19 or 21 to highlight the Program Name you wish to assign or change.
Press the CH key (23) [the first digit will blink], now use cursor keys 17/21 to scroll through all the characters.
BASS BOOST: When selected a is displayed.
Solid Background The Solid Background feature controls the appearance of the OSD (On Screen Display) window environment, with either a solid or transparent appearance to the OSD. There are two modes to select from and these are simply ON and OFF. Follow the guide below.
Press the MENU key (20) on your handset. The Main Menu is displayed.
Use BLUE colour coded key (22) to select FEATURE
(or use cursor keys 17/21 to select and cursor key 18 or 19 to enter)
Select Solid Background and adjust the controls ON or OFF with cursor keys 18 and 19.
With Solid Background deselected the OSD window becomes transparent (example shown above), allowing you to view the TV picture behind the OSD. With Solid Background selected the OSD window becomes solid. A is displayed when Solid Background is selected
Scart2 Auto Mode This feature is used to set the condition of Scart 2 Audio/Video input socket. If, for example, you regularly connect external equipment such as S-VHS (Super VHS) Video recorders or camcorders to AV2, then the TV can be set to SAV mode to accommodate such equipment. Standard AV mode can also be set if desired.
Feature Solid Backround Scart2 Auto Mode Sleep Timer 4:3 Default
SAV OFF PANORAMIC
Select Scart2 Auto Mode and adjust the controls between AV and SAV with cursor keys 18 and 19.
Sleep T imer Function The Feature Menu also incorporates a Sleep Timer Facility. This allows the user to input a set
amount of time before the TV automatically shuts down in to Stand by mode. The amount of time is input in 5 minute intervals, to a maximum of 120 minutes ( 2 hours).
SAV 25 PANORAMIC
Select Sleep Timer and enter the time value with cursor keys 18 and 19.
An example of the Sleep Timer function with 25 minutes entered is shown.NOTE: In addition to the Sleep Timer function, if the TV does not receive a signal for a period of 10 minutes the TV will automatically power down into Stand by mode.
The 4:3 Default setting allows the user to set which screen mode the TV defaults to when the AUTO function is selected but WSS (Wide Screen Signalling) is not transmitting. This allows the user to select between the various Wide Screen modes as a default. Refer to WIDE SCREEN MODES section.
Select Feature as described above, then highlight 4:3 Default select screen mode with cursor keys 18 and 19.
In addition to the standard features found, your TV also has NICAM sound capabilities. NICAM transmitted signals provide stereo sound whilst viewing the TV in NICAM mode, thus giving the user even greater listening pleasure. The TV also provides 16:9 (Wide Screen Format) viewing capabilities, together with automatic wide screen detection software built in. The Nicam facility features two modes which provide the viewer with various sound effects. These Nicam Features features are activated by pressing the key (N24) on the handset. When repeatedly pressed the TV will cycle through each mode and will display a particular on-screen symbol. The various modes and on-screen identification is explained below. W ide Stereo This effect produces NICAM digital Stereo This effect enhances NICAM digital stereo sound from the TV. Use this mode for the stereo by forcing a wide area of sound from the TV. Use this mode when viewing action movies or sports events to obtain majority of TV viewing. When selected the STEREO spatialising acoustic performance. When selected the symbol symbol is displayed in the top right hand corner of the shown below appears at the top right hand corner of the TV screen as shown. screen.
Monaural In monaural mode the TV transmits a single sound source. The TV will automatically select this sound when a mono signal is found. Some stereo signals can become poor in adverse weather conditions, and mono should be selected to avoid poor sound. Use the I-IIu key (N25) to switch to mono (the symbol below appears when switched).
Pseudo stereo creates an ambient Pseudo Stereo sound from mono signals imitating that of stereo sound. Use the key (N24) to select Pseudo Stereo. When selected the symbol shown will appear in the top right hand corner of the screen.
W ide Screen Modes
The various screen modes below and on page 18 are available on this model. Each of these modes are accessed using the 16:9 button (10) on your handset
Auto mode automatically detects various screen formats that are transmitted in either conventional (4:3) or wide screen (16:9/14:9). After detecting which signal is being transmitted the TV will automatically switch to the correct screen ratio. In example 1 (left) a 4:3 conventional picture format is shown, note the black bars to the sides of the screen, this is consistent with screen compression. 4:3 mode can also be manually selected if desired.
Example 2 (left) illustrates a 16:9 Wide Screen picture format. This type of picture fills the entire TV screen. The 16:9 mode can also be manually selected if desired.
Hitachi recommend that AUTO is selected for the majority of TV viewing. NOTES: The function of the AUTO mode is dependent on whether the Wide Screen Signalling (WSS) is transmitting, check with your local operator for availability. When WSS is not active the picture mode will default to the Feature settings
W ide Screen Modes cont
AUTO mode can also detect 14:9 ratio signals, when this mode has been selected thin black bars appear to the sides of the screen (example 3). NOTE: Other screen formats may be transmitted by certain broadcasters, these are 14 x 9 True Wide Screen and 16 x 9L/14 x 9L with subtitles. Your TV is able to detect these formats and adjust the set automatically (subject to WSS transmitting).
Panoramic mode emulates that of a Wide Screen broadcast for 4 x 3 transmissions. This is achieved by maintaining the proportions of the centre of the screen while extending the images on the sides of the screen (example 4).
MANUAL SETTINGS Some modes can also be manually selected if some pictures appear distorted or stretched, or subtitle information becomes lost. Follow the guide below to apply the correct setting. 16 x 9L
The 16:9 Letterbox mode is used to expand a 16:9 letterbox style picture so that it uses the full screen to display the picture. Letterbox type pictures are identifiable by the black bars that appear on the top and bottom of the screen and some objects appear stretched (see example 5). Once selected, the 16:9L mode displays the picture as example 2.
14 x 9L
When viewing pictures in the 14:9 Letterbox mode (example 6) thin black bars appear at the top and bottom of the screen, and images become slightly elongated. By selecting 14:9L mode the user can expand the TV picture to display more of the screen (see example 3 above).
If viewing movies or programmes containing screen subtitles whilst in 16 x 9L or 14 x 9L modes, the subtitle may become lost to the bottom of the screen. To overcome this problem, simply press the SUBTITLE button (5) once.The SUBTITLE feature compresses the bottom of the screen allowing the subtitles to be viewed, as in example 7. If, however, you wish to view Teletext subtitles a further press of the SUBTITLE button is required, this will then restore the screen to its original setting.
NOTE: Whatever Wide Screen mode was set before the TV is switched off will be the same condition when it is switched back on. The references to the Wide Screen modes are purely for guidance purposes only, your preferences may vary to those listed.
External Equipment Connection
Your TV has various input sockets for external equipment such as Video Cassette Recorders, Satellite Receiver/Decoder, Camcorders, Computer Equipment etc. Equipment that is connected temporarily i.e. Camcorders can be connected via the front control panel input sockets. However, equipment such as VCRs and Satellite IRDs, that are more or less permanently connected to your TV, are connected via the AV1 or AV2 scart sockets on the rear of the TV. CAMCORDER CONNECTION: Connecting a camcorder to your TV is simple. Firstly, identify the type of camcorder and its connecting plugs. If it is a standard 8mm type camera then it is likely to have RCA type sockets. If, however, you have S-VHS or Hi8 type camera then this may have a S-VHS/Hi8 plug and will have to be placed in the corresponding S-VHS/Hi8 socket on the TV. Open the front control panel door on the TV, and connect your equipment as shown in the illustration below. Switch your TV on, and repeatedly press the TV/AV button (N9) on your handset until AV3 is displayed on-screen. Now begin
*S-VHS/Hi8 Plug Video In *RCA Plug
Audio In (Right) RCA Plug
Audio In (Left) RCA Plug
* If your camcorder has both S-VHS/Hi8 and RCA type sockets, then connect the S-VHS/Hi8 socket only.
COMPUTER EQUIPMENT: If computer equipment is to be connected to this TV, use AV1 as the RGB input socket located on the rear of the TV. PLEASE NOTE: Prolonged use of computer equipment or games on this TV may cause permanent damage to your picture tube. To avoid such damage, reduce the brightness and contrast to an acceptable minimum level and limit the duration of equipment operation. SATELLITE CONNECTION: There are two basic methods of connecting a satellite system to your TV. Method 1 explains connection of satellite equipment directly to the TV, where as Method 2 refers to connection via a VCR.
*Scart Lead to AV1 on TV RF lead from Satellite to TV
RF lead to Aerial
Satellite LNB lead
RF lead from VCR to TV
*Scart Lead to AV1 on TV
RF lead from VCR to Sat RF lead to Aerial
*Scart Lead from Sat to VCR Aerial
NOTE:S-VHS video equipment should be connected to the AV2 Scart socket located on the rear of the TV. A dedicated program number may then be assigned to AV2, allowing you easier access to view external equipment broadcasts. How to assign AV sockets to dedicated program numbers is explained in the MANUAL TUNING section. Alternatively, repeatedly press the TV/AV button (N9) on your handset until AV2 is displayed on-screen. Now begin playback operation of your equipment. HEADPHONE CONNECTION: To use headphones with this TV, simply open the front control cover door and insert the headphone jack plug (3.5mm) into the corresponding socket marked. The TV sound will then be switched to the headphones.
3.5mm Headphone jack socket (a suitable adaptor is required for larger headphone plugs).
Teletext operation is entered by pressing the TEXT button (key 27) on your handset. A page similar to the one shown on the right will appear. The main page contains numbered topics that are accessed by entering the corresponding three digit code on your handset (keys 3). In addition to the above system, at the bottom of the page there are four colour coded popular topics i.e. TV Guides, Weather, Sport etc., however, these may vary between each broadcasting station. To access these topics simply press the corresponding colour coded keys on your handset (keys 9, 22, 24 and 25). By pressing the P+ or P- keys (17 and 21) you may step up or down a page respectively. The 4 Fastext Topics are shown on the bottom of the screen If a mistake occurs while entering a number then simply re-enter the desired number.
FAVOURITE PAGE OPTIONS The TV is capable of storing up to 4 favourite pages. These pages could be your favourite sport or TV page etc., and are accessed by pressing one of the colour coded keys (keys 9, 22, 24 and 25) on your handset. To enter a favourite page first access the TEXT mode by pressing the TEXT key (3) on the handset. Now enter the favourite page mode by pressing the MENU button (key 20) on your handset (the MENU button allows the user to toggle between FASTEXT and FAVOURITE PAGE modes). Enter the colour coded key you wish to use as the first favourite page (keys 9, 22, 24 and 25). Now enter the page number you wish to assign to the desired colour coded key using the 0-9 buttons (key 3) on your handset. Once you have completed this step you must now store your selection in the TVs memory. Simply press and hold the selected colour coded key until the entire bottom fastext bar turns white. This is now stored. If desired, another three favourite pages may be entered by following the above method, utilising the existing colour coded keys. To view a Favourite Page simply press the MENU key whilst in FASTEXT and press the desired stored page using the Colour Coded keys on the handset.
THIS GUARANTEE DOES NOT AFFECT YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS. IN ALL CASES OF DIFFICULTY PLEASE CONSULT YOUR HITACHI DEALER. Page23
TV Standard..... 625 line single standard Channel Coverage..... UHF channels Aerial Impedance.... 75 unbalanced Picture Tube..... 56cm Mains Voltage.... 220 - 240V AC 50 Hz Internal Speakers.... 6 x 12 cm type x 2 Power Consumption....56cm models 97W approx. (All Models Stand-by <6W) Weight....56cm models 22.7kg approx.
Dimensions (W x H x D)....56cm models 663 x 444 x 474mm
Remote Control Batteries.... 2 x HITACHI SUM-3 /equivalent AA
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Weight and dimensions shown are approximate.
SCART SOCKET AV1
SCART SOCKET AV2
AUDIO OUT (RIGHT) AUDIO INPUT (RIGHT) AUDIO OUT (LEFT) GROUND (AUDIO) GROUND (BLUE) AUDIO INPUT (LEFT) BLUE INPUT SWITCHING INPUT GROUND (GREEN) NOT USED GREEN INPUT NOT USED GROUND (RED) GROUND (BLANKING) RED INPUT STATUS (BLANKING) INPUT GROUND (VIDEO) GROUND (VIDEO) COMPOSITE VIDEO OUTPUT COMPOSITE VIDEO INPUT GROUND
AUDIO OUT (RIGHT) AUDIO INPUT (RIGHT) AUDIO OUT (LEFT) GROUND (AUDIO) NOT USED AUDIO INPUT (LEFT) NOT USED SWITCHING INPUT NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED NOT USED CHROMINANCE GROUND NOT USED CHROMINANCE INPUT SVHS NOT USED GROUND (VIDEO) GROUND (VIDEO) COMPOSITE VIDEO OUTPUT COMPOSITE VIDEO OR COMPOSITE LUMINANCE SVHS
GROUND PIN 5 FUNCTION Chrominance input Luminance input Chrominance ground Luminance ground Frame ground
HITACHI ENVIRONMENTAL NOTICE
The Environment and You
HITACHI are signatories to the commitment made by the Consumer Electronics Industry on Reducing Energy Consumption by Televisions and Video Recorders in Standby.
HOW YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE ENVIRONMENT BY HELPING TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND WASTE!
Even though your TV has a low standby power consumption, you can reduce waste to zero if you switch off the set at the mains when it is not intended to be used for long periods i.e. for an Hour or so. TV sets should certainly be switched off overnight or when you are away from home. Other factors should also be considered when operating your TV. Reducing volume settings to sensible levels can reduce power consumption as well as reducing noise pollution, and reducing the contrast can also provide a more pleasing picture in lower ambient lighting conditions as well as reducing power consumption.
Sky+ Remote Control Programming Programming your Sky+ remote control to operate your TV.
The Sky+ remote control will operate your Sky+ by default, however in most cases your Sky+ remote control can be programmed to operate some or all of the following functions on your TV. Switching the TV to and from Stand-by. Changing TV channels via the number buttons. Volume control. Mute Control. Terrestrial Text services.
To confirm compatibility with your TV, please complete the following procedure. Please select the manufacturer of your TV from the list below If your TV model number is listed, make a note of the 3 digit code. If it is not listed, make a note of all codes listed against the manufacturer of your TV. (You will need to enter each code in turn to try to obtain a compatible code) Sky+ Remote Control Unit Programming Procedure Follow the steps below 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Select any channel on the TV. Point your Sky+ remote control away from the TV and press the tv button. Press and hold down the Select and red buttons simultaneously on the Sky+ remote control until the red light at the top of the Sky+ remote control flashes twice. Input the 3 digit number from the Sky+ remote control codes then press the Select button. The red light at the top of the Sky+ remote control should flash twice. Point the Sky+ remote control at the TV and try the volume button. If this works try the other TV functions. If these work then the correct code has been selected. It's important to note that not all TV functions will be supported by the Sky+ remote control e.g. Picture in Picture. If all functions do not work correctly, then repeat steps 1 - 3 and work through all the relevant 3 digit numbers from the Sky+ remote control codes, until you find the code which supports all or as many of the TV functions as possible.
Please note: In order to operate both your TV and Sky+ with your Sky+ remote control, you will be required to switch modes e.g. to switch on your TV from stand-by, you would need to press TV followed by the Stand-by button. Then to change channel on your Sky+ you would need to press the Sky button followed by the TV guide button.
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607 AK19060824229 CTV4889 V48CM 3359, 930, CTV359, CTV3409, CTV3459, CTV3459AK20 T14ECO CTV5165 CTVCTV3020N CTV3121NS CTV3128N TV7128N 3028N 3796TX, 3796VTX, 5R4801, 70TL3NT, 7RZ206C2, NR36M15M, NR55M10M, NR34NTSI 037 ABS6102/06C1, KT8942TX KT9056STX, KT9255STX 743 742
Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Allstar Amstrad
Amstrad Amstrad Anitech Ansonic
Ansonic Apollo Ardem Ardem Aristona ASA Asberg Asora Atlantic Atori Audiosonic Audiosonic
Audioton Autovox AYR Baird
245 RRS191N RRS5990 D402 BL1415TX, BL3743, BL3743T 27420 30328MX 29121NX NR28128NX 11214T 14241, 20212, 20242, 20243, 20244, 21241, 21242, 12.1Chassis, 14212, 14213, 14213TDS, 20212R, 20212RD, 20212T, 21211, 29411VNDJ 23416ND, NR14213R, NR14B3M04XY, NR20212T, TVB4216 21411, 25411, 28411, 28412, 33411, 20411, 21241T, 21411ND, 25411ND, 28411ND, 28412ND, 28416, 28416NDS, 28416VNDS, 28426ND, 284248WNS,28T1081, 32416, 32426VNDS, 33411ND, NR14213R, NR20242T, NR28411ND, NR28411TD, NR28416ND, NR284248WNS, NR28B4T05N, NR32416NDS, NR32426NDS, NRT09NTSIAV, NRTS28T, RZ206/C4, TVB4831, TVB5130, TVB5230, TVB743
Baird Baird Baird Bang & Olufsen Bang & Olufsen Barco Basic Line Basic Line Beko Beko Beko Beko Beko
Beon Berthen Best Bestar Binatone CTV14
Black Diamond Black Diamond Black Diamond Blaupunkt BDS2846WS BDS28WS
223 930, BS3366, BS36, BS3798, BS3799TX B9045BK55S, GP2110, NRGP21S BK705, BK70S, NRBK55S, NRBK70S, NRFX70, NRFX84, NRSX2810, NRTBK70S, SX2810, TK7000, TV28BSFX70 CB245 3789TEXT 714 2031T 2863NTX WS6671 WS7671 WS6672 2034T 2871NTX 2030T WS7671 2868NTX 2059NTX 2571NTX 2874NTX WS6678 2054T 2876NPX 11AK20, 1433, 1434, 1434AK20, 1438, 1454, 1473T, 1474T, 1478T, 930, CTV3418, R03 1477T 1496MTV, MailTV 14971, InternetTV, ITV2101, ITV2112, 065
CTV2083VT, CTV2195AVT, R40A01 CTV701692S, CTV406950, CTV821692S
Hisawa Hit Hitachi
22114TE 3DS C2156TN C2514T C28WD2TN CT2846TN C32W35TN CT172 28W511TN C24W410 C24W1TN CLE902A 105W U9G022131 C2146TN CT848TN CT4W1TN/C24W410SN C2886 C32W511 C2574TN C2118T 2156TN C2556TN CT2576TN C2856TN C28W5211TN CVT2128 C2848TN CT2146TN C28W510 C28W410 C32WD2TN C28W510TN C24W1TN 32PD3000 C28W411TN C2119R 42PMA400E C2976TN C213TN C2133TN C2558TN 2879DB C2156TN C28W410 C28W410SN811 C2524T CCE/876E CPT2488 C2519TG C2514TE311 CPT2188 CT117TCT BS415 X877013 C2114TE C2509T C2976TN 21F45, 28W410, 28W510, 28W511, 29F45, 32W510, 32W511, C28W411TN 28W40, 28WF523, 32W35, 32W40, 32WF523, 32WF720, 32WF727, 32WF810, 43WP910, 55WP910, C2121T, C28W35TN, C28W40TN, C28WF523N, C32W35TN, C32W40TN, CL28W30TANCLE932A, CLE933A, CLE941, FX770E, FX880E, FX980E, 42PD5200 RM775E, VT880E, VTMX935E, VTRM800EV, W30 ; C2125T, C2142, C2142N, C2842, C2842N, C28W440, C28W440N, C28WF540, C32WF540, CL21255, CP2125T, CP2142, RC200, C2143S PD5000 CL2854AN, R40A01 H28T90
Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi Hitachi
Huanyu Hyper Hypson Hypson Hypson Iberia ICE Ideal Indesit Indiana Ingelen Ingelen Ingersol Inno Hit Gmunden, HB55Fugen, HB7718HB, HB71TXT IDTV28N NRR3099NBL, NRR55 NRR70N V3600
065 INT1472, INT2070, R35FCT7951GB 584 N028WSS 3028WSS G020T L701DX V028WSS 065 584
Internal Internal ITC ITS ITT
Jean JEC JEG JMB JMB JMB
JVC JVC JVC JVC Kamp KB Aristocrat Kennedy Kingsley Kolster Konka Konka Kontakt Kosmos Kotron Kyoshu Kyoto Lecson Lecson LG (Lucky Goldstar)
25TSIEK AU25F18K AV21F1EK AV21H1EK AV21TF4EK AV25VM1EK AV28WFT1EK AV28WFR1EK AV215X1EK AV24WT2EK AV29FX2EK AV28WT4EK AV32WX1EK AV28F1EK AV25T5TEK AV28WR4EKS AV28WT5EKS AV28FEK AV28WT2EK AV28R100EKS 28WFT/1EKS AV28WRZEK C21TX1SP AV25FIEK, AV29WS3, AV25SX1EK, AV21SX1EK, AV290X1EK AV25R370KE AV32T67, AV28T25EK, AV28T25EKS , AV32T25EKS CM36224-019-E AV32WX1EK AV29SX2EK GDV4210PZW, GDV4211, RMC575 GVD425, LCD Projector, Projector, RMC556, RMC559,
Samsung Sandra Sanela Sansui Sansui Sanyo
RSS161, SV1402, SV2002, SV2102
Sanyo Sanyo Save Schaub Lorenz Schneider
14MTZ 28DN1 C21E535B C21EF55B C25DN4 CE28WN4 CE28WN7 CE28WN6B C25EG98B C25EG77NB 026F0988 C1614292 C28EH82F CBP2152 CE28WN3B CE21DNS-B CE21DN7/B CPB2180A C21E57NB C28EH25NB C28ER57NB 21MTI CBP2152 CB6649 C25EG958 CE24WN5B CE28WN3 CE28WN4-B CE32WN5B CE32WP3-B CE25DN4 CE21MT3-B 73SEN 28DN2 CE21DN3B CE21DN4/B CE21DN3 21DN2 29WN3 C25EG95B C28WN1B CE21DN7/B CE28WN6B CE28WN7 25BN1 CE28WN3-B CE28WN4-B
2102/2ST, 2810/100, 28BCTL2, SL21022ST, SL2810/100ST, SL3310
191 Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider Seaway SEG SEG SEG CT7000800GB, CT7951GB, CT3212 1030, 3798, 930, CT1900, CT1901, CT2900, CT7800, MADRID, PREMIUM, ROM DVT14F6FSD, R46F02 STV200-2T, CT7951GB, STV2003-2, STV2802/T, Cinema3201 Cinema281001, Cinema2819, Cinema3203, NRSTV2804T, STV2804, STV2804T RC223, RC233, STV360, STV365, STV21201 STV21201 R40A01, SWTV065 696
SEG Seleco Sencora Sentra Sharp Sharp Sharp
9X9000 66CSOTH 59CSDAH 66FWF/54H CV-2133H(BK) 28JF73H 28LW92H 32LW92H DB5903H 51DT25H DV5161H DV5932H 66ES/03H DV51328 DV5107H 76SWS3H S6FWS3H DV5105H DV594TH DV5940H 59DS03H CV3730H, 28HW/50CH LC13E1E
Sierra Siesta Siesta
Silver Silver Silver Sinudyne CA2158 UTV9014XL
384 PDS4250 (Plasma) UFKON824N48W300 930, SLX3745TSL 505 24WIT KV28SX60U FX60 KV/28DS60U KVX21720 KV24/WX1U KVX2582U KV29F1U KV28FS2OU FX642170 KV32DF20 KV32D56OU KVX2572U KV2552U KV2952U KV32WS2 KV29X1U KVM2151U KV-A2542U KVX2972U KV14T1U 32FX68U KV28CLIOU, KV28LF35U, KV28CL10U,KV28FX68U, KV2171U, KV217IU KV28SK68U, KV321S36U 038 533
Skantic Sky Sky SLX Sogera Solavox Sontec Sony Sony Sony
KP41DS1U, KP41S34, KPS4112U, KV21LS30U, KV28DS20, KV28DX30U, KV28FX20U, KV28FX6OB, KV28FX60U, KV2951D, KV2961D, KV29E1D, KV29FX60U, KV29X2B, KV29X2D, KV32DS204, KV32DS209U, KV32FX60, KV32FX60B, KV32FX60U, KV3431, KV36FS70, KVA2131B, KVA2531B, KVA2931B, KVE2941D, KVS2941D, KVS2953B, KVS2953E, RM831, RM887, RM888, RM891, RM892, RMTV222D, RMU303, RMU305, SLVF900UX, SLVF900VX, STRDE335 KD28DL1SU, KV28FX66U 00195 2098R
Sony Soundwave Ssangyong
Standard Starlite Stenway Strato Sunstar Sunwood Superla Supertech Supra Susumu Sutron Sydney Sytong Tactus Tandberg Tandy Tashiko
TYN9B01P T21TD440 930, EU34T, RC772,UE34T 696
Tatung Tatung Tatung Tatung Tatung Tatung TCM Teac Teac
T2OTD51 TUNOA51 T2896430 T21NT92 T289430 T20TF70 T2OTD51 TUNOA51 T2896430 TUV9731 UNKNOWN1, RK100, T14RK70, T20TK70, T21TK70 UNKNOWN2, UNKNOWN3 RC300 10502
Teac Teac Teac TEC Tech Line Tech Line Technics TechniSat Technosonic Tech Wood Telefunken
CTDV512, CTM342H, CTM4122H, CTM4828H, CTM5122H, CTM5150H, M5122H, RC747, RC309 EU2880, EU3280, EU68F MV1421, MV1422, MV4822, RC757, RC35
7000, Kinosat, Kinosat16:9, Kinostar, Technistar4:3
Telefunken Telefusion Telemeister Telesonic Telestar Teletech Teletech Teleton Televideon Tempest Tensai
1030, CT360, CT361
Tensai Tenson Tevion Tevion Texet
TV66SIL 1530, 3731VT, MD3731VT
ECT10, 24W725US, 28WF401, 28WF45E, 24WK24U, 24WK25UG, WFG28UK 28WN22E, 32WF401G, 32WF45U, 32WK65U, 32WR25UG 21DS73H 28WS22U, 28WS23U, 32WF25UG, 28WF45UG 28WR23UG, 28WX4115, 32WT45US 32UG 28WS401G, 32WF64EB, 28WS45U
Thomson Thomson Thomson Thomson Thorn
Thorn Thorn Thorn Thorn-Ferguson Tokyo Toshiba
CT5122T C51T P1480R CT514TN CT512T CT22T
Toshiba Toshiba Toshiba Toshiba
156T9B 175T9B 213T4B 2151TB 2197DB 2512DB 2535DB 2539DB 2550TB 2563DB 256T9B 28Z27B2 2812DB 2857DB 2835DB 2873DB 2877DB 28W93B 2500TB 3357DB 573DB 2879DB T1510T8 25001TB7 32DB 32M8DB 2855DB CT9689 2939DB 40PW03B MV40PWA 32M9DB3 2893DB 32317B 2573DB 337BB 2552D 36/21P 28207B 2173DB 285T8B 2173DB 28W8DBA 28N03B 2505 238DB 439J936 3377DB 2181TB 82Z27B 28W23B 32ZP18P 42PW33P 32NW2DB 28ZH37B 32W8DB 32ZP38B 32NW7DB 32WIS 28N33B VTV1400 2987DB 2101TB 213T4B 2573DB 32ZP38 3377DB 2987DB 2987DB 3339DB 2877DB 322D09B 2173D6 14N21B2 14N21B2
Toshiba Toshiba Toshiba Towada Trans Continens Trans Continens Transonic Trident Tristar Triumph Uher
14T01B, 21TO1B, CT815, CT81500082B, CT824, CT832 TVD213B CT90040
MM3742, TR3610/2, TR36102 CTV813, GT813B
Ultra Unic Line United United United Universum Univox Vestel Vestel Vexa Video System Videoton Vidikron Viper Visiola Vision Visorex Vistar 3743T, 930, RC930 APS610206C3, NRUTV2020X, UTV1028XNS, UTV2020X UTV8014X, UTV9020L 930, FK8185, FK8186, FK8190
Vortec Voxson Waltham Waltham Watson Watson Watson Watson Watt Radio Wega Wegavox Weltblick Wharfedale Wharfedale Wharfedale Wharfedale White Westinghouse White Westinghouse Windstar Wintel Xrypton Yokan Yoko NR32WT10F TV/VCRCombo, WVT11311, WVT890 350STB 32P 550S 890 RC514 FA7040 FA7039 FA2801TS FA3201PS 930, FA3619, FA3629 CT3759
234 R35A09, TV/VCRCombo, TVA367
York Sound Yorx Zanussi Zenith Zenor
LMS-520C TX-32LE8FA MX2442A RM212F Combi HMX-U20 Receiver KF145 Matrix 1 GR3000 Review Del SOL DPF-X800 C4180 Kxtca120FX DCB-B263Z SCX-4500W XEU SRF-S84 GPS 120 ZGT1SEK-A PSR-90 Audioline 703 NXR-800 40991 CS-21B501 Guitars Video Link 300SI Istx85 BG45-U-300 Lexmark P350 Passat CC Vectis 3000 WF-S1051TP XTR-560 GA-945GM-s2 KX-TG1100SL KX-TCD150FR 300 EXC RL39sbsw Meter Iiif TX-32LX85L Astra OPC DCR-SR220E PSP2 5 NWA-3166 VGN-FZ35 MF6540 2222FX Sport 133 PCG-K415B Tonelab SE Seals Kodak Z650 Ixus IIS ZX6000 H3CR-F KX-TC1750B Hermes VGN-NR31sr S SPB HW B2330 RQ-L470 Speedtouch 570 Roland FR-1 Deskjet 9670 Toyota Aygo 5SI NX RM-V14 Mosca029 A T 993 WR400F Edition GZ-MC500E Michelangelo Wave SP128 Gx1008B PB700 Gunship VSX-45TX Edition Tube Deville Powershot A700 UE37B6000 14MG76C Menuoverview SA-AK17 632 TX DVP-NS999ES Lugf02-90-W DVD-HR777A WV-CP480 M-12E Peugeot 207 41 Plus C71840I 74-250C UT13122 CDX-L630X 910 510 Globalmap 100
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