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Model TV RF systems Colour systems AV-21FT B, G, I, D, K, K1 PAL, SECAM, NTSC 3.58 / 4.43 MHz (in VIDEO mode only) AV-21AT
Channel and frequencies VHF low channel (VL) = 46.25 to 168.25 MHz VHF high channel (VH) = 175.25 to 463.25 MHz UHF channel (U) = 471.25 to 863.25 MHz I Receives cable channels in mid band (X to Z, S1 to S10), super band (S11 to S20) and hyper band (S21 to S41). Power input Power consumption Screen size (measured diagonally) Audio output (Rated power output) Speakers External input / output AC110 to 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz Maximum 105 W, Average 68 W Picture tube 55 cm Visible area 51 cm 5W (monaural) (6 cm 12 cm) oval 2 VIDEO input (RCA) AUDIO input (RCA) VIDEO output (RCA) AUDIO output (RCA) Headphone jack: mini jack (dia. 3.5 mm) Dimensions (W H D) Weight Accessories 619 mm 458 mm 486.5 mm 502 mm 451 mm 480.5 mm 22 kg 19.5 kg Remote control unit: RM-CAA / R6 / UM-3 dry cell battery 2 5W (monaural) (5 cm 9 cm) oval 2
Locations.. 2 Preparation.. 4 Viewing a Television Programme.. 12
Thank you for purchasing this JVC colour television. To ensure your complete understanding, please read this manual thoroughly before operation.
Viewing Images from an External Device.. 14 Sound and Picture.. 15 Other Features.. 17 Troubleshooting. 23 Specifications. Back cover
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
TO ENSURE PERSONAL SAFETY, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING RULES REGARDING THE USE OF THIS TV. Operate only from the power source specified on the TV. Avoid damaging the power plug and power cord. Avoid improper installation and never position this TV where good ventilation is unattainable. When installing this TV distance recommendations must be 15 cm maintained between the floor and wall, as well as installment in a tightly enclosed area or piece of furniture. Adhere to the minimum distance 10 cm 10 cm 15 cm guidelines shown for safe operation. Do not allow objects or liquid into the cabinet openings. In the event of a fault, unplug this TV and call a service technician. Do not attempt to repair it by yourself or remove the rear cover. When you dont use this TV for a long period of time, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet.
2000 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED
Locations of remote control buttons
SYSTEM COLOUR SOUND
Locations of front panel buttons and lamps
p.17 p.15 p.15 p.14 p.17 p.18 p.18 p.17
0 = ~ ! @ #
CHANNEL RETURN+ SCAN
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-C364
= ~ ! @
ECO SENSOR button SOUND SYSTEM button COLOUR SYSTEM button TV/VIDEO button OFF TIMER button CHANNEL SCAN button RETURN + button DISPLAY button CHANNEL
p.12 p.6,12,13 p.15 p.12 p.12 p.16
ON TIMER POWER
POWER button PICTURE MODE button Number buttons -/-- button MUTING button MENU buttons
MENU /+ buttons
# VOLUME /+ buttons
1 MENU buttons
MENU button MENU /+ buttons
2 CHANNEL / buttons 3 VOLUME /+ buttons 2
ECO sensor Remote control sensor ON TIMER lamp POWER lamp Main power button p.19 p.6,13 p.6,13
1. Connecting the aerial and external devices
For further details, refer to the manuals provided with the devices you are connecting. Connecting cables are not supplied. The front and rear AUDIO/VIDEO input jacks are directly connected so that input to either jack is output through both. You cannot provide input to both the front and rear jacks at the same time. Disconnect one input, or use one of the jacks as an output jack only (for monitoring or recording).
I Connecting other external devices
I Connecting the aerial and VCR
If not connecting a VCR (video cassette recorder), do 1. If connecting a VCR, proceed 3. You can view images from the VCR without doing 3. For details, see To view images from a VCR connected to the TV with only an aerial cable on page 14.
VHF/UHF outdoor aerial
To audio output
To video output
VCR (for playing)
VCR (for recording)
To audio input
To video input
or TV game
To RF output To video output To audio output
VIDEO AUDIO IN
To aerial input
Illustration of AV-21FT.
Use headphones with a mini jack (dia. 3.5 mm). When using headphones, the speaker sound output is disabled.
2. Connecting the power cord
Insert the Power plug into an AC outlet.
5. Selecting the on-screen language
You can select one of three languages for the on-screen display. The displayed menus on the screen are described in the selected language. In this manual, on-screen descriptions are given in English. Select ENGLISH.
3. Inserting batteries into the remote control
Correctly insert two batteries, observing the end first. and polarities and inserting the
Follow the cautions printed on the batteries.
Use AA/R6/UM-3 dry cell batteries. Battery life is approximately six months to one year depending on frequency of use. If the remote control operates erratically, replace the batteries. We recommend that you use the supplied batteries initially and replace them as soon as operation becomes erratic. The supplied batteries are for testing, not regular use.
MENU /+ buttons
For details on menu operations using the front control buttons on the TV, see page 22.
1. Press MENU / to display the following menu.
The following menu is displayed in one of three languages.
MENU 3 AUTO CH PRESET MANUAL CH PRESET LANGUAGE ENGLISH
4. Turning your TV on
1. Press the Main power button on the TV to turn the TVs main power
The POWER lamp lights.
SELECT BY OPERATE BY -+
EXIT BY D SPLA I Y
English Chinese Russian Notes:....
If a different menu is displayed, repeatedly press the MENU / button until this menu is displayed. If the menu appears in English, the TVs on-screen language is already set to English, so you can skip steps 2 and 3.
If image does not appear:
Your TV is in the standby mode. Press the POWER button on the remote control to turn your TV on. You can also turn on your TV by pressing the CHANNEL / button on your TV.
2. Press MENU / to select the third item on the
To turn your TV off:
Press the POWER button on the remote control. Your TV enters the standby mode.
3. Press MENU /+ to select ENGLISH.
The menu is displayed in English.
To turn the TVs main power off:
Press the Main power button on the TV. The POWER lamp goes off.
4. Proceed to 6. Presetting TV stations on the following page.
If you want to complete operations at this stage, press the DISPLAY button to turn the menu display off.
I Manual Channel Preset
You can manually preset the desired TV stations to the desired channels.
6. Presetting TV stations
To view a TV programme, you must first preset TV stations to channels on the TV. This TV has 100 channels (channel 1 to 99 and channel AV). You can choose between two functions, the Auto Channel Preset and Manual Channel Preset and preset TV stations to channels on TV. Note:.....
After you have finished presetting, you can set undesired channels to be skipped over, see page 11.
1. Press MENU / to select MANUAL CH
If a different menu is displayed, repeatedly press the MENU / button until this menu is displayed.
2. Press MENU /+.
The sub-menu is displayed. The channel No. is displayed as a PR No. For example, channel 1 will be displayed as PR 1. However, channel AV will be displayed as AV.
MANUAL FINE SKIP SOUND SYSTEM EXIT
SELECT BY PR 1 VL PROGRAM BY -+ EXIT BY I Y SEARCH BY VOL-+ D SPLA
3. Press MENU /+ to select the channel No. to be preset.
VOLUME /+ buttons
4. Press VOLUME /+ to start selection of the TV station.
or is displayed on the screen. When a TV station is received, the or display goes out, and the TV station is preset to the currently selected channel No. If you have selected the wrong TV station for preset, repeatedly press the VOLUME /+ button until the desired TV station is selected. To stop the Manual Channel Preset, press any button other than the VOLUME /+ button.
I Auto Channel Preset
You can automatically preset all TV stations that can be received on your TV to channels in one simple operation. Notes:....
When you use this function, no station is preset to the channel AV. Channel AV is offered for viewing images from a VCR connected to your TV with only an aerial cable. For more details, see page 14. If the Auto Channel Preset does not work well, preset TV stations manually, see page 9.
If the picture is not clear:
Use the Fine function to fine-tune the TV station. 1. Press MENU / to select FINE. 2. Hold VOLUME /+ down to fine-tune the TV station so that the best image is displayed on screen. or indicates that the TV station is being fine-tuned.
MANUAL FINE SKIP SOUND SYSTEM EXIT NO B/G
1. Press MENU / to select AUTO CH PRESET.
SELECT BY PR 3 VL PROGRAM BY -+ EXIT BY I Y FINE BY VOL-+ D SPLA
2. Press MENU /+ to start the Auto Channel
ON SEARCH is displayed on the screen.
When you have finished presetting all TV channels that can be received on your TV, the display will go out and the Auto Channel Preset function will end. To stop the Auto Channel Preset, press the MENU /+ button.
Continued on next page.
Preparation 5. Press MENU
For the sound systems in each country or region, refer to the table The Broadcasting systems of Each country or Region. /
to select SOUND SYSTEM.
6. Press VOLUME /+ to select the appropriate
SELECT BY PR 3 VL PROGRAM BY -+ EXIT BY I Y CHANGE BY VOL-+ D SPLA
When selecting channels, you can set undesired channels to be skipped. Channels set to be skipped cannot be selected by the CHANNEL / buttons nor the CHANNEL SCAN button. Channels to which a station has not been preset are automatically set to be skipped.
7. Press MENU
to select MANUAL.
8. Repeat steps 3 to 7 if you want to preset another TV station to a 9. Press DISPLAY to turn the display off.
SELECT BY OPERATE BY -+ MANUAL FINE SKIP SOUND SYSTEM EXIT
The sub-menu is displayed.
3. Press MENU / to select SKIP.
The channel No. is displayed as a PR No. For example, channel 1 will be displayed as PR 1. However, channel AV will be displayed as AV.
The Broadcasting Systems of Each Country or Region
Area Country or Region Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, etc. Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, India, etc. China, Vietnam, etc. Hong Kong, etc. Islamic Republic of Iran, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, etc. Russia, etc. Czech Republic, Poland, etc. Germany, Holland, Belgium, etc. UK, etc. Australia, New Zealand, etc. Republic of South Africa, etc. Nigeria, etc. Egypt, Morocco, etc. System Colour Sound
SELECT BY PR 1 VL PROGRAM BY -+ EXIT BY I Y YES/NO BY VOL-+ D SPLA
4. Press MENU /+ to select the channel you want to skip. 5. Press VOLUME /+ to select YES.
The channel you selected is set to be skipped.
Asia, Middle East
To cancel the Skip:
PAL PAL SECAM SECAM PAL PAL PAL PAL PAL PAL SECAM D/K I B/G D/K D/K B/G I B/G I B/G B/G
SELECT BY PR 5 VL PROGRAM BY -+ EXIT BY I Y YES/NO BY VOL-+ D SPLA
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 if you want to set another
channel to skip.
7. Press DISPLAY to turn the display off.
Viewing a Television Programme
2. Select a channel.
I Up/ down selection
1. Press CHANNEL
Viewing a Television Programme 3. Press VOLUME /+ to adjust
4. To turn your TV off, press
If the sound is abnormal:
Up/down selection cannot be selected for channels to which the Skip has been set to YES. (See page 11.)
We recommend that you press the Main power button on the TV to turn the main power off if you do not plan to use your TV for a long time or if you wish to save energy.
Repeatedly press the SOUND SYSTEM button to select the appropriate sound system. For details, see Sound System on page 15.
I Direct selection
1. Repeatedly press the -/-button to select the desired mode then press the Number buttons.
Using the buttons on the TV
Check to make sure the Child Lock function is set to OFF. When the Child Lock function is set to ON, the TV cannot be operated using the front control buttons. For details, see Child Lock on page 20.
- : 1-digit mode (example) Channel 6 Press 6. Channel AV Press 0. - - : 2-digit mode (example) Channel 6 Press 0, 6. Channel 16 Press 1, 6. Channel AV Press 0, 0.
1. Press CHANNEL / to
turn your TV on.
3. Press VOLUME /+ to
adjust the sound.
1. Press POWER to turn your
If your TV does not turn on, press the Main power button and then press the CHANNEL / button again.
Press the Main power button to turn the main power off. The POWER lamp goes off.
If your TV does not turn on, press the Main power button on the TV then press the POWER button again. You can also turn on your TV by pressing any of the following buttons; the CHANNEL / button the Number buttons the TV/VIDEO button
If the colour is abnormal:
Repeatedly press the COLOUR SYSTEM button to select the appropriate colour system. For details, see Colour System on page 15.
2. Press CHANNEL / to
select a channel.
If you press the Main power button again, your TV turns on immediately. Step 1 is no longer required.
Viewing Images from an External Device
You can view images from VCRs or other external devices connected to your TV.
Sound and Picture
1. Press TV/VIDEO to select the
To select the VIDEO mode via MENU operation:
1. Press MENU / to display the MENU 1 and select INPUT.
If the sound is abnormal, select the appropriate sound system. Each press of the SOUND SYSTEM button changes the sound system as follows.
B/G I D/K
TV mode Channel number or AV
VIDEO mode VIDEO
This mode is for viewing TV programmes. Press the TV/VIDEO button, or press the CHANNEL / buttons, or press the number buttons to return to this mode.
MENU INPUT ON TIMER PR 1 VNR SELECT BY OPERATE BY -+ 1 TV 0:00 OFF
If the colour is abnormal, select the appropriate colour system. Each press of the COLOUR SYSTEM button changes the colour system as follows.
For the sound systems in each country or region, see the table The Broadcasting Systems of Each Country or Region on page 10. You cannot select any sound system when in VIDEO mode.
To view images from a VCR connected to the TV with only an aerial cable:
Your VCR must be preset to the channel AV of this TV. Thoroughly read the manual of your VCR, and preset your VCR to the channel AV using the Manual Channel Preset function on page 9. As a result, you can view images from your VCR when you select the channel AV in the TV mode.
2. Press MENU /+ to select the VIDEO mode.
In TV mode (channel 1 to 99 and AV):
AUTO PAL SECAM
You can select one of three picture adjustment modes. Repeatedly press the PICTURE MODE button to select the desired mode.
In VIDEO mode:
SECAM AUTO PAL NTSC3.58 NTSC4.43
TV mode changes to VIDEO mode.
AUTO: Automatic colour system selection. Notes:..
For the colour systems in each country or region, see the table The Broadcasting Systems of Each Country or Region on page 10. If the colour is abnormal even though you selected AUTO, change the appropriate colour system manually.
BRIGHT: Heightens contrast and sharpness. STANDARD: Standardizes picture adjustments. SOFT: Softens contrast and sharpness. Note:...
Pressing the PICTURE MODE button returns all the picture settings in the MENU 4 menu to their default settings.
You can continuously display the current channel number or VIDEO mode on the screen. Press the DISPLAY button. To turn the display off, press the DISPLAY button again.
You can adjust this TV so that the screen automatically adjusts to the optimum contrast according to the brightness of your room. This function reduces eye strain and the power consumption of this TV. Repeatedly press the ECO SENSOR button to select the desired mode.
You can turn the volume off instantly. This is convenient when answering the phone or when you have visitors. Press the MUTING button. To return the sound, press the MUTING button again.
You can adjust the picture as you like.
When selecting a channel or VIDEO mode with no input signal, indication of selected channel or VIDEO mode becomes fixed on the screen.
ECO SENSOR DISPLAY:
The Eco Sensor function will work. In this mode, the heart mark indicating the brightness of your room is displayed for several seconds each time the brightness changes. The number of heart marks displayed on screen increases as your room becomes darker.
1. Press MENU / repeatedly
to display the MENU 4.
TINT COLOUR BRIGHT CONT. SHARP
You can set this TV to turn off automatically within a specified period of time. Repeatedly press the OFF TIMER button to select the period of time. You can set the period of time a maximum of 120 minutes in 10 minute increments. 1 minute before the Off Timer turns off the TV, GOOD NIGHT! displays.
The Eco Sensor function will work. However, in this mode, the heart mark will not be displayed even if the brightness of your room changes.
2. Press MENU / to select an
item and press MENU /+ to adjust it.
Reddish Lighter Darker Lower Softer Item TINT (tint) COLOUR (colour depth) BRIGHT (brightness) CONT. (contrast) SHARP (sharpness)
Greenish Deeper Brighter Higher Sharper
ECO SENSOR OFF:
The Eco Sensor function will not work.
To display the remaining time:
Press the OFF TIMER button once.
TINT (tint) is displayed only when viewing images from NTSC3.58 or NTSC4.43 colour systems.
To cancel the Off Timer:
Press the OFF TIMER button to return the period of time to 0.
The Off Timer will not turn off the TVs main power.
3. Press DISPLAY to turn the
Your TV will automatically turn on and tune into the channel you want after a certain period of time you have specified.
5. Press DISPLAY to turn the
By setting a channel to Return channel, you can return to that channel with one touch.
6. Press POWER to turn the TV
The ON TIMER lamp will stay lit.
1. Press CHANNEL / or the
Number buttons to select a channel to set to Return channel.
to display the MENU 1.
If you turn off the TVs main power by pressing the Main power button, the On Timer setting is canceled. If you do not turn off the TV after starting the On Timer, once the time set for the On Timer is reached, the channel will automatically switch to the channel set for the On Timer.
2. Press RETURN + for more
than 3 seconds continuously.
RETURN PLUS PROGRAMMED! appears.
2. Press MENU / to select
MENU INPUT ON TIMER PR 1 VNR 1 TV 0:00 OFF
3. When viewing another
channel, press RETURN +.
The channel changes to the channel set for Return channel.
PROGRAM BY -+ SELECT BY EXIT BY I Y OPERATE BY VOL-+ D SPLA
While the On Timer is operating:
The ON TIMER lamp lights.
3. Press MENU /+ to select a
channel you want to view when the TV turns on.
You cannot select the channel AV, the VIDEO modes, and the channels for which the Skip is set (See page 11).
To cancel the channel set for Return channel:
When the time set for the On Timer is reached:
The TV automatically turns on and the channel set for the On Timer is displayed.
You can search for the channel you want to view while scanning all of the channels that can be viewed on this TV.
Press the RETURN + button for more than 3 seconds continuously. RETURN PLUS CANCELLED! appears.
For safety reasons the TV will automatically turn off if no operations are made within approximately two hours after the TV is turned on with the On Timer. The Off Timer and Auto Shutoff have priority over the On Timer.
When you turn the TV off, the Return channel setting will be canceled. When you press the RETURN + button while viewing the channel set for Return channel, the channel changes to the previously viewed channel. When you press the RETURN + button while in a VIDEO mode, the mode switches to TV mode. To return to the channel set for Return channel, press the RETURN + button again.
4. Press VOLUME /+ to select
the period of time after which you want to turn on the TV.
The ON TIMER lamp lights and the On Timer starts. Each time you press the button, the period of time changes in 15 minute intervals (up to 12 hours).
MENU 1 INPUT TV ON TIMER PR 3 11:00 VNR OFF PROGRAM BY -+ SELECT BY EXIT BY I Y OPERATE BY VOL-+ D SPLA
1. Press CHANNEL SCAN.
Channels will be scanned in channel No. order.
2. When the channel that you
want to view appears, press CHANNEL SCAN again before scanning for the next channel begins.
Channel Scan selection cannot be selected for channels to which the Skip has been set to YES. (See page 11.)
When there is no setting for Return channel:
When you press the RETURN + button, the channel changes to the previously viewed channel.
To cancel the On Timer:
Press the VOLUME /+ button to return the period of time to 0:00.
You can disable the front control buttons of the TV. When this function is set to ON, the TV can be operated using only the remote control. Use this function to prevent children from operating the TV at their own discretion (without parental consent).
You can set your TV to turn off if no signals are received for about 15 minutes or longer after the end of a broadcast.
You can mute the sound and change the picture into a blue screen while no signals come into the TV, or when the input signals are unstable.
to display the MENU 2.
MENU AUTO SHUTOFF CHILD LOCK BLUE BACK 2 OFF OFF ON
2. Press MENU /
MENU AUTO SHUTOFF CHILD LOCK BLUE BACK 2 OFF OFF OFF
(Video Noise Reduction)
You can reduce the picture noise.
3. Press MENU /+ to select ON.
AUTO SHUTOFF ON
BLUE BACK ON
CHILD LOCK ON
ON: Activates the Auto Shutoff. OFF: Cancels the Auto Shutoff.
ON: Activates the Blue Back. OFF: Cancels the Blue Back. Notes:..
To view a broadcast even when the reception signal is poor, set the Blue Back to OFF. Even when the Blue Back is set to OFF, the sound may not be audible. The Blue Back function does not operate in VIDEO mode.
ON: Activates the Child Lock, disabling operation of the TV using the front control buttons. OFF: Cancels the Child Lock.
4. Press DISPLAY to turn the
The Auto Shutoff function does not turn off the TVs main power. The Auto Shutoff will not work for a VIDEO mode.
The Child Lock is canceled when you turn the TVs main power off.
ON: Activates the VNR. Select ON when viewing a noisy picture. OFF: Cancels the VNR.
Other Features 2. Repeatedly press MENU to
select the desired function or item.
Important: Review all the instructions in this manual.
Problem Cannot turn TV on No picture nor sound Check/Action Press the Main power button (see p.6). Insert the power plug in an AC outlet. Press the TV/VIDEO button to select the correct mode (see p.14). Check the aerial connections. Replace the batteries (see p.6). Insert the batteries correctly. Is the Child Lock function ON ? (see p.20). The TV will automatically turn on when the On Timer is operated (see p.19). The TV will automatically turn off in the following cases. When the Off Timer or Auto Shutoff is operated (see p.17 and p.21). When no operations are made within approximately two hours after the TV was turned on with the On Timer (see p.19). Select the appropriate sound system (see p.15). Adjust the colour and brightness (see p.16). Select the appropriate colour system (see p.15). Set the Picture mode to STANDARD (see p.15). Move the components apart until the interference disappears. Reposition the aerial. Move the aerial away from the source of interference. Replace the aerial cable with a coaxial cable, which is less prone to interference. Reposition the aerial. Replace with an aerial with good directionality. Check the aerial connection and aim it correctly. Replace or repair the aerial. The channel will automatically be changed when the On Timer operates (see p.19). Is the Blue Back set to ON ? (see p.21).
To select a function or item above the currently selected function or menu:
Repeatedly press the MENU button to proceed to another menu, and then repeatedly press the MENU button again to return to the original menu. Then select the function or item.
Remote control inoperable Buttons on front of TV do not work The TV turns on suddenly The TV turns off suddenly
3. Press MENU /+ or VOLUME
/+ to carry out the desired operation.
For details, see the description for the respective function.
Abnormal sound Abnormal colour
VOLUME /+ (EXIT) buttons
4. Press VOLUME /+ to turn the
menu display off.
Lines or streaks in picture (interference) Spotted picture (crosstalk)
If the sub-menu is displayed:
Menu operations using the buttons on the TV
You can operate functions in menus using the front control buttons on the TV without having to use the remote control.
The sub-menu cannot be turned off by the VOLUME /+ button when it is displayed. Follow the procedure below to turn the sub-menu display off. 1. Press MENU to select EXIT.
Double picture (ghost) Snowy picture (image noise) The TV channel changes suddenly The screen turns blue
SELECT BY PR 1 VL PROGRAM BY -+ EXIT BY I Y EXIT BY VOL-+ D SPLA
The following are normal occurrences and are not the result of TV malfunctions:
When a still bright image (of a white dress, for example) appears on the screen, the image may be coloured. This problem occurs in all CRTs, and when the bright image disappears, the colouration also disappears. This TV is equipped with a microcomputer that may operate abnormally due to interference from external devices. If this happens, press the Main power button to turn the main power off and disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet. Then, reconnect the power plug to the AC outlet and press the Main power button again.
2. Press VOLUME /+ to turn the sub-menu display off.
1. Press MENU to display the
If the desired menu is not displayed:
Repeatedly press the MENU button until the desired menu is displayed.
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AV-20BJ8E AV-20D202 ch FD AV-20D303 AV-20D304 ch FE2 AV-20F702 AV-20F703 AV-20F704 AV-20FA44 AV-20FD22 AV-20FD23 AV-20FD24 AV-20ME AV-20N1P ch GA2 AV-20N10 AV-20N11 AV-20N13 ch GA2 AV-20N3 AV-20N3PX ch GA2 AV-20N31 AV-20N33 ch GA2 AV-20N4 ch CG AV-20N41 ch CG AV-20N43 ch CG AV-20N8 ch CL-M AV-20N81 ch CL-M AV-20N83 ch CH AV-20NMG3 AV-20NN11 AV-20NT11 AV-20NTG2 AV-20NX3 ch CH AV-20220 ch FV4 AV-20221 ch FV4 AV-20320 ch FV5 AV-20321 ch FV5 AV-20420 ch FV5 AV-20421 ch FV5 AV-21A10 ch CG AV-21A4/BK/EE AV-21AT ch CG AV-21AT/ATG AV-21ATG2 ch CG AV-21BD5/EKI/EP/EE/EKIS/EPS/EES AV-21BF10 AV-21BF11E AV-21BF5E AV-21BJ8E
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AV-21BS88EN AV-21BT7 AV-21BT8E AV-21BT80E AV-21D10 ch CG AV-21D11 AV-21D13 ch GA2 AV-21D3 ch CG AV-21D31 AV-21D33 ch GA2 AV-21D41 ch CG AV-21D43 ch CG AV-21D71 ch CG AV-21D73 ch CG AV-21D81 ch CL-M AV-21D83 ch CH AV-21DM10 ch CG AV-21DMG3 AV-21DMT3 ch CG AV-21DMX ch CL-M AV-21DT AV-21DTG2 AV-21DX3 ch CH AV-21E3 AV-21ETG2 ch CG AV-21F1EG ch JX AV-21F1P ch GA2 AV-21F10 ch CG AV-21F3 ch CG AV-21F3PX ch GA2 AV-21F4EE/BK ch CG AV-21F7 ch CG AV-21F8/BK ch CL-M AV-21F8VT ch CL-M AV-21F9/NS ch CM2 AV-21FM63B ch CG AV-21FMG3B ch CG AV-21FR10 AV-21FR3 ch CG AV-21FT (AV) (B) (FTG) ch CG AV-21FT1 AV-21FTG (A) ch CG AV-21FX3 ch CH AV-21GG11 AV-21GG21 AV-21H1E/IT/PF ch JX3 AV-21H1IT
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AV-21H1PF AV-21JT5/EU/EBU AV-21KJ1 AV-21KT1 AV-21L11 ch CH AV-21L31 ch CH AV-21L31B AV-21L41 AV-21L81 AV-21L81B AV-21L81VT AV-21L83 AV-21L91 ch CH AV-21LH AV-21LMT3 ch CG AV-21LS ch CH AV-21LS2 ch CH AV-21LT1 ch CG-F AV-21LT3 ch CG AV-21LTG1 ch CG-F AV-21LTR1 ch CG-F AV-21LTR3 ch CG AV-21LTT1 ch CG-F AV-21LX ch CH AV-21LX2 ch CH AV-21LXB ch CH AV-21MG3 AV-21PM ch CG-F AV-21PS ch CM-F AV-21PX ch CM-F AV-21Q3 ch CG AV-21QMG3 ch CG AV-21SX1EK ch BB AV-21SX1EK ch BB AV-21TE (-A) AV-21TS1EK/EN ch BB AV-21TS1EN ch BB AV-21TS2PF ch JE AV-21V311 AV-21V331 AV-21V511 AV-21V531 AV-21VS11 AV-21VS21 AV-21VT11 AV-21VT31 AV-21VX71
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AV-21W111 AV-21W311 AV-21W33 ch CH AV-21W83 ch CH AV-21W93 ch CH AV-21WA11 AV-21WH3 ch CH AV-21WM11 AV-21WS21 AV-21WS3 ch CH AV-21WX11 AV-21WX3 ch CH AV-21Y211 AV-21Y311 AV-21YG11 AV-21YG21 AV-21YN11 AV-21YT11 AV-21YX11 AV-2104EE ch CG AV-2104TEE ch CG-F AV-2105EE ch CG AV-2106EE ch CG AV-2108TEE ch CH AV-2110EE/EEK ch CL AV-2111EE/EEK ch CL AV-2111Y1 AV-2112Y1 AV-2114EE ch CG AV-2115EE ch CG AV-2116EE ch CG AV-2124EE ch CG AV-2130EE/TEE ch CL AV-2132W1 AV-2132Y1 AV-2134 ch CG AV-2134EE ch CG AV-2134TEE ch CG AV-2135EE/TEE ch CG AV-2136 ch CG AV-2137V1 AV-2168TEE ch CH AV-2178TEE ch CH AV-24F702 AV-24F703 AV-24F704 AV-24WT2EK ch JF
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