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Operating instructions TV
Concept L 32 Concept L 32 Basic Concept L 26 Concept L 26 Basic
Remote control - TV functions 3 Control Unit 4 Connections to rear panel 5 Welcome 6 Integrated features 6 Scope of delivery 6 Transporting 6 Installation options 6 Note on the LCD screen 7 Cleaning 7 Disposal 7 For your safety 8 First installation 9 Remote control 9 Connection 9 Handling the fabric hose (optional) 10 Using the Conditional Access module 10 Switching on 10 Automatic programming 11 Directing DVB-T antenna 12 Daily operation 12 Switching on/off 12 Changing stations 13 Basics about the menu operation 14 For the info system. 15 For the index. 16 Setting the sound 17 Picture settings 17 Direct control on TV set 17 Operating modes TV 18 How the coloured keys work in TV mode 18 Show status display 18 Calling the index 18 Call additional functions 19 Call timer overview 19 Select picture format 19 Move picture up/down 19 TV menu 19 DVB subtitles20 Removing the CA module21 Inserting a new CA module21 Installing new DVB software21 Operating modes PIP 22 PIP picture as freeze picture22 Selecting the station of the PIP picture22 Select the station of the TV picture (main picture)22 PIP scan in the PIP picture22 Interchanging PIP picture/TV picture22 Functions in the PIP menu23 Setting the PIP type23 Position of the PIP picture23 Operating modes EPG 24 Using the EPG24 EPG menu25 Selecting providers and stations25 Data capture25 Operating modes Teletext 26 Page selection with the coloured keys26 Displaying teletext pages26 Programme timer recordings27 Teletext menu27 Digital teletext operation (only for MHEG-5 device versions)27 Operating modes Radio 28 Radio menu28 EPG - Programme guide28 Operating additional equipment 29 Login and connect equipment29 Video playback 30 Timer recording with video or DVD recorder 30 Assignment of digital audio inputs and outputs 31 Connecting Loewe DVD Preceiver Auro 2216 PS and Individual Sound loudspeaker system 32 Connecting other audio amplifiers or active speakers 33 HDMI (DVI) connection 34 VGA/XGA connection 34 Component video connection 35 Operating Loewe video recorders and Loewe DVD players directly 36 What to do, if. 37 Technical data 39 General data 39 Electrical data 40 Accessories 41 Service 43
Remote control - TV functions
Sound off/on Switch over to operate VCR Switch over to operate TV set Call timer list Menu "Additional functions" on/off Set picture format
Switch on/off - on standby
TV VCR T-C DVD
Switch over to operate DVD player Picture menu on/off Sound menu on/off
RADIO 000 def mno
Radio on/off (1 Select station directly /in the menu: enter numbers or letters Call AV selection
jkl tuv AV
Electronic Programme Guide Now&Next Programme Info ( Show/hide menu Teletext on/off (
PIP on/off (picture in picture) Status display on/off ( /in the menu: hide menu Open index /in the menu: info texts on/off P+/P Select station up/down for PIP: Position of the PIP picture / in the menu: select/set V/V+ Volume down/up Station list on /in the menu: confirm/call Blue button: ( programme info off/on Yellow button: ( previous station Select station up Freeze picture off Freeze picture on
Red button: ( freeze picture on/off Green button: ( Standard settings for picture/sound Select station down / in the Wizard: back Direct recording Freeze picture on/off
Radio only for DVB reception if broadcast by the station
with DVB-T stations in GB different function. The coloured keys do not work as described with DVB-T stations in GB, but they operate as described on page 7 (Digital Teletext).
Alternative remote control
Open control panel
Mains switch Call the menu, in the menu: up/down Station down, in the menu: left Station up, in the menu: right Video input (AVS) S-VHS connection (AVS) (i.e. for camcorders) Headphones connection Display: red = standby green = operation orange = operation without screen display (radio mode, EPG data capture or timer recording)
Audio input right Audio input left
Connections to rear panel
Common Interface (1 (CI-Slot)
ANT-S ANT -S AT 13/18 V /350 mA ANT-TV ANT -TV /80 mA
AV 1 ( RGB / Y UV )
AUDIO AUDI O I N C L R SD/HD-COMPONENT IN C b/ P b /P C r/ P r /P Y
AUDIO OUT L R AUDI O D IGIT AL IN OUT
HDTV/P C I N IN HDMI ( DVI ) VGA/XG A
220-240V~ 50/60 Hz
SE RV IC E
Antenna/cable PIP tuner (1 or satellite antenna (1
Center Audio input (analogue) Audio input left/right (analogue) Audio output left/right (analogue)
Antenna/cable analogue/digital (1 (tuner 1)
Component video inputs (Cb/PbCr/PrY)
Socket for power cable Service socket VGA/XGA input HDMI (DVI) input Digital audio output Digital audio input
Antenna output PIP tuner connect to tuner 1
Set-specific equipment and retrofitting options for CI-Slot, PIP and satellite tuners, see pages 41 and 42.
At Loewe, we combine the highest standards of technology, design and user friendliness. This applies equally for TV, video and accessories. Your new TV set is ideally equipped for the TV standard of the future - HDTV (High Definition Television). With its high-resolution screen and the future-proof digital interfaces HDMI , you have the option to view HD content with excellent picture quality. It therefore carries the European quality mark HD ready. Digital TV is steadily spreading via terrestrial reception, in the cable network and via satellite. Loewe supplies sets equipped with DVB-T and DVB-C (DVB-C not for GB). A digital satellite tuner (DVB-S) can be retrofitted. The DVB integrated within the TV set is operated via the TV set menus using the remote control. We have designed this TV set so that it is easy to operate by using menus. Information about settings in menus is shown automatically; this enables you to understand the context quickly. You will find the answers to many of your technical queries in the index of your TV. If you want to operate the TV, you can access functions directly from the index. This saves you from having to read through detailed operating instructions and is the reason why this operating manual only explains the most important operating steps.
Only transport the unit in an upright position. Hold the set by the top and bottom edges of the housing. The LCD screen is made of glass and/or plastic and may break if not handled carefully. Should the LCD screen become damaged or should the liquid crystal begin to leak, then it is imperative you wear rubber gloves when removing the set. Should the liquid come in contact with your skin, thoroughly rinse with water immediately.
As a desktop unit
The foot is included in delivery.
As a wall-mounted unit
Wall holder WM55 for Concept L26 / Concept L26 Basic, Loewe order no. 65497 A00. Wall holder WM54 for Concept L32 / Concept L32 Basic, Loewe order no. 65498 A00.
The maximum equipment is described in these operating instructions. Functions indicated by are not available in all TV sets. Menu contents may differ from the ones shown, depending on how your TV is equipped. You can display how your set is equipped in the Integrated features index (press the INFO button in the TV mode if no menu is displayed; the Integrated features menu item is also displayed in the index before the initial letter A).
Scope of delivery
LCD-TFT TV set Mains cable RC4 remote control with 2 batteries Table stand Marketing and service card These operating instructions
Note on the LCD screen
The TV set with an LCD screen you have purchased meets the highest quality requirements and has been tested for pixel errors. Despite the utmost caution in production of the displays, it cannot be totally ruled out that some of the pixels might be defective for technological reasons. Please understand that such effects cannot be considered a unit defect as defined by the warranty as long as they are within the limits specified by the standard.
Use only a soft, clean, damp cloth to clean the TV set, the screen and remote control (do not use any caustic or abrasive cleaning agents).
Packing and box
You have chosen a long lasting technical product of very high quality. We have paid a fee to authorised recyclers who will collect the packing from your dealer for disposal, pursuant to domestic regulations. Nevertheless, we recommend you to keep the original box and packing material for optimum protection if you have to transport the set.
Attention: The EU directive 2002/96/EC regulates the proper way to recycle, handle and utilise used electronic devices. Hence, all used electronic devices are to be disposed of separately. Please do not dispose of this set in the normal household rubbish. You may return your used set free of charge at designated recycling centres or at your specialist dealer whenever you purchase a new, comparable set. You can find out more about recycling (also for countries outside the EU) from your local government.
If you have moved the TV set out of the cold into a warm environment, leave it standing for about an hour since condensation may form. This equipment must only be connected to a mains power supply which has the same voltage and frequency as that specified on the rating plate; use the power cable provided. Incorrect voltages can damage the equipment. Like all electronic equipment, your TV needs air for cooling. Obstruction of the air circulation can cause fires. Therefore the air vents on the back must always be kept free. Please do not place newspapers or cloths on/over the TV. If the TV is placed in a 10 cm cabinet or on a shelf, leave at least 10 cm at the sides and 10 cm at 10 cm 10 cm the top to ensure sufficient air circulation. Position the set so that it is not exposed to direct sunlight and additional heating from radiators.
To insert or change the batteries, press on the arrow. Slide the battery compartment cover downwards and remove it. Insert LR 03 alkaline-manganese batteries (AAA) and ensure that the + and - ends are positioned correctly.
Connect the TV set to a 220-240V/50- 60 hertz power outlet. Plug the small plug of the mains cable into the mains socket on the rear of the TV set; plug the large mains plug into a mains socket.
Plug the antenna plug of your antenna/cable system or the room antenna for DVB-T into the ANT-TV socket.
Then push the cover back on from the bottom.
Note on disposing batteries
The batteries provided contain no harmful materials such as cadmium, lead or mercury. Regulations concerning used batteries stipulate that batteries may no longer be thrown out with the household rubbish. Deposit any used batteries free of charge into the designated collection containers set up at commercial businesses.
Setting up the remote control for operating the TV
Push the TV button.
How to operate other equipment is described as of page 36.
If the reception conditions are good, then a room antenna may be used for DVB-T. Passive and active room antennas are available on the market. The power is supplied for an active antenna via the antenna connection. For automatic programming or in TV Menu Connections Antenna DVB Antenna DVB-T, the distribution voltage (5 volts) is to be set correspondingly. It may be practical to use a nondirectional antenna. If the location is outside the normal transmitting range, then a unidirectional antenna may also be used to improve the reception quality. You can find out more on the digital stations that can be received in your area at your specialist dealer. If a set was retrofitted with a PIP tuner, then plug the antenna into the antenna input of the PIP tuner and connect the PIP tuner output with the ANT-TV socket (Tuner 1). See illustration on page 5. Set-specific equipment and retrofitting options for CI-Slot, PIP and satellite tuners, see pages 41 and 42. If a Digital Satellite Tuner has been retrofitted, connect your satellite antenna system to the ANT-SAT socket. When laying the cable, use the cable clips affixed beneath the TV set.
Menus are called via the MENU button or via the button for special menus and can be hidden by using these buttons or by using the END button. The menu is displayed in the bottom section of the screen. At the top, you can see additional information for the menu point selected. In the menus, navigate by using the cursor5634. You can make settings by using 34. When you exit the menu, the settings are adopted.
TV menu Sound Bass 6
Set the bass tones by using 34. If you want to make other sound settings, move up with 5 to Bass and select with 34, e.g. more. You can also move up further to Sound by using 5 and select other settings in the TV menu (such as, picture settings).
Bass TV menu Sound more.
Example of the menu operation
We shall demonstrate how to navigate with the menus using the TV menu as an example. You can see which buttons you can use in the dark blue field on your TV set.
Use OK to call additional sound settings.
TV menu Sound Loudspeaker sound Stereo
Open TV menu (in TV mode).
Picture Here you can adjust among other things: Contrast, colour, brightness, picture adjustment, sharpness, picture format.
Select the sound setting using 34, e.g. Auto volume and.
sound TV menu Sound Auto volume off
AV audio signal.
. use 6 to select the auto volume option.
TV menu Sound Auto volume off
TV menu Picture Picture adjustment
Use 34 to select on and activate the auto volume.
TV menu Sound Auto volume on
Select the function in the TV menu, e.g. Sound (for sound settings). Use 4 to move the menu points displayed on the right into the dark blue field; use 3 to move the menu points displayed on the left.
How the coloured keys work in TV mode
Note: The coloured keys do not work as described below with DVB-T stations in GB, but they operate as described on page 27 (Digital Teletext). Red: the TV picture freezes. Pressing this button again starts the picture moving again. Green: Call personal settings/factory settings for picture and sound, save picture and sound settings as personal settings.
Standard settings pict./sound OK Call up personal settings
Call up factory settings
Store as personal
If you press one of the coloured keys during the status display or you press the TEXT button, the related selection menu is displayed. The status display subtitles refer only to the DVB subtitles and are not provided by all stations. The options you see depend on the particular station (many stations broadcast subtitles via teletext). The status display is displayed automatically when a new programme begins with options different to the previous one. Notes: In the sound mode, Mono! means that you have switched manually from stereo to mono, for example. The selection menus are only available as long as the status display is displayed. You can call them again at any time by pressing the END button on your remote control.
Yellow: call last station viewed. You can switch back and forth quickly between two stations using this button. Blue: call programme info.
1 ARD Eifelland 14:30 - 15:15
Calling the index
Programme info Detailed info
Detailed info (teletext)
Programme preview (teletext
Show status display
1 ARD Eifellandschaft 14:30 - 15:15 Stereo 14:42 Alarm time 20:00 Sleep timer 23:00 Language/sound selection
In the line above, you can see the name of the station and the sound mode. Displayed below are additional options (Time, Sound mode, Alarm time and Sleep timer) that can be selected in the TV menu Settings Miscellaneous Onscreen displays.
You can find more information on the index on page 16.
Call additional functions
Select additional functions such as Teletext subtitles, Personal teletext pages, Headphone volume, Scan stations and to move the picture up and down.
Additional functions Teletext subtitles
Picture Here you can adjust among other things: Contrast, colour, brightness, sharpness, tint, picture adjustment, picture format.
Call up the TV menu
Personal teletext pages
You will find a description of the picture and sound settings on page 17. The TV menu offers other options for recording, connections and settings of the TV set.
Call timer overview
If timer recordings have been programmed, you will see when which station is recorded here.
Timer list Fri 12.09./14:12
For a recorder that is logged in, you can find the following menus in the Recording:
Recording wizard - to programme new timer recordings Via EPG Via teletext Manual You will find further information about timer recording on page 30. Timer list Here you will find a list of programmes programmed for recording. You can change the recording data or delete programmed recordings and programme new recordings. Pre-record time and Post record time For recordings without VPS/PDC, set a lead and lag time here so that the programme is fully recorded despite any slight differences in the time.
12.09. 18:00-18:30 3SAT Die Kchin, die Putzfrau und d
Select picture format
The TV set sets the best picture format automatically when Auto format is switched on. If you want to set a different format, press this button until the desired format is selected or select the format with 34.
Picture format 16:9 4:3 Panorama Cinema Zoom
Under Connections you will find the following functions:
New devices/modifications (connection wizard) The connection wizard helps you connect and log in additional equipment such as video recorders, DVD players/recorders, camcorders/digital cameras, pay TV decoders, equipment with component signals and digital HDMI/DVI signals. Antenna DVB (only for sets with DVB) Antenna DVB-T Antenna DVB-S (1 You can find more information on pages 11 and 12. Digital Link Plus Transmission of the station data from the TV set to the video/DVD recorder if a recorder with Digital Link Plus is connected. Miscellaneous (connections) Set AV norm for the connections manually (if it is not recognised automatically). Assign audio digital signals to one of the AV sockets. Allow switching voltage to display the signals of the connected device immediately on the screen via Euro AV during playback. RGB insertions at AV2 to play back RGB signals at all station storage locations. Select decoder stations and set sound encoding.
You can switch the panorama picture over to distortion-free representation on your TV set. Dark margins are then visible on the left and right of the picture. Switching over: Keep the the Picture format button on the set pressed, at the same time press button on the remote control briefly.
Subtitles off for impaired hearing for translation
Note: If you have selected Subtitles off, then the set generates an on-screen display when subtitles are available. By using the END button, you can open the status display and you can display the subtitles again by using the TEXT button. Call the status display by pressing the END button, if it is not yet displayed. When the status display is visible, press the TEXT button. Select the desired language and confirm using OK. The presetting changes for the current programme. Which subtitle languages can be selected depends on the provider. The automatic shortlist is determined by the menu language and the selection made in the DVB subtitles settings menu. By pressing the END button, you can hide the menu again. Note: DVB subtitles are not available when Digital Teletext is being displayed.
only for sets with DVB-S.
Removing the CA module
(Only for sets with CI slot) 1. Switch the TV set off with the mains switch. 2. Remove the cover from the back of the set on the upper left. 3. Press the eject button at the module slot; the CA module is unlocked. 4. Remove the CA module from the set.
Searching for new software
If you want to carry out a manual search for new software, proceed as follows: 1. Call the TV menu using the MENU button. Confirm the Settings using OK.
3. Confirm the Miscellaneous using OK. 4. Select DVB software and press OK.
Update digital TV software Current version: V3.x.x You can search for a new software version with OK.
Inserting a new CA module
After you insert a new CA module (CI module (1 is displayed in the menu) and switch the TV set on, the following dialogue is displayed:
Autom. station search Your TV set has detected a new CI module. This requires a station search for all new receivable stations.
5. If you start the search using OK, the set checks if there is a new software version available. 6. If there is a new version available, the set generates an on-screen message.
Update digital TV software Current version: V3.x.x New version: V3.1.0
After you press the OK button, the system starts the wizard to carry out the automatic station search. Check the proposed search parameters and let the set search for new stations.
Calling the CA module menu
Here you can call up information on the inserted Conditional Access module and the Smart Card. To do this, use the MENU button to call the TV menu, select the line Settings, Miscellaneous and then the entry CI module - xxx (in place of xxx stands the name of the provider which is output by the Smart Card. The term CI module (1 displayed in the menu refers to the CA module. The content of this menu depends on the particular supplier of the CA module. Note: This menu is only available for digital stations.
Select the station of the TV picture (main picture)
The bar/frame has to be white. If not, press the green coloured key. Then select the station as usual. Note: For GB sets, you switch from the green bar/frame to the white by using the PIP key. The next time you press the PIP key, PIP is switched off.
PIP scan in the PIP picture
The bar/frame has to be green. If not, press the green coloured key. Start scanning the stations using the blue coloured key. The bar/frame turns blue. The stations now change automatically. Stop scanning the stations by using the blue coloured key. The bar/frame turns green again.
Show/hide PIP picture
PIP picture as freeze picture
The bar/frame has to be green. If not, press the green coloured key. If you press the red coloured key, the PIP picture freezes. Press again - moving picture.
Interchanging PIP picture/TV picture
The bar/frame has to be green. If not, press the green coloured key. Interchange the pictures by using the yellow coloured key.
Selecting the station of the PIP picture
The bar/frame has to be green. If not, press the green coloured key. Then select the station as usual.
1 ARD 41 ZDF
1 ARD Der Wilde Westen 21:15 22:15
Der Wilde Westen Eifellandschaften
21:15 22:15 21:00 21:45
Functions in the PIP menu
In the PIP menu, you can set the PIP type (small picture or split screen) and the position of the small picture.
Position of the PIP picture
Call the PIP menu (PIP must be active, green bar/frame).
Move the PIP picture with the arrow keys to a corner of the TV picture. In this case, the frame around the PIP picture has to be green, and there should not be any other displays visible on the screen.
TV menu Settings PIP Type Split screen
Setting the PIP type
You can have the PIP picture displayed as a small PIP or split screen.
Switch to split screen:
You can have the PIP picture displayed on the right hand side of the screen. Both pictures share the screen in two equal halves. You will see a coloured vertical bar between the pictures.
Programming recording for recorders
The programme marked using the 65 buttons can be prepared for recording by pressing the red coloured key. In the following menu, confirm the timer data or change them as required. Then, a red dot is set in front of this programme in the EPG programme list as an identification (if timer data is being transferred to the recorder, no red dot is set). If you select this programme, you can delete it from the timer using the red coloured key (if the timer data has been transferred to a recorder, the timer has to be deleted there).
After these settings or after each time the set is switched off using the mains switch, the data must first be collected, before switching on the set. To do this, select the station you have defined as a provider and leave the TV set switched on for about one hour or switch the set to the standby mode. After about two minutes in standby mode, the indicator on the set turns orange. The data acquisition begins and lasts about 1 hour. When data acquisition is terminated, the indicator turns red again. The data are also automatically captured between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. when the TV is switched to standby. A prerequisite for data capture is that Data capture is on (for DVB + analogue) in the EPG menu. Note: If the TV set is switched off using the mains switch or the mains plug is pulled out, all EPG data are lost. If, for example, you cannot receive any analogue EPG providers or if you only use DVB, you should set the data capture to on (only for DVB).
Call EPG menu
EPG menu Select provider
Station select Timer list
You will find the following settings in the EPG menu: Select provider Station selection Timer list Switch on TV when marked
Selecting providers and stations
If you want to change the provider for analogue TV reception (the station which transmits EPG data) to have other stations evaluated, you can do this under Select provider. Select Select provider and call this menu using OK. If the station you want to switch to is not listed in the Select provider list, then use the yellow coloured key to start the automatic search for stations with EPG data. This takes a while. Or, if you know the station that transmits EPG data, press the blue coloured key to compile manually. Select the provider in the station list and adopt it by using OK and return to the provider selection using 7. Select the provider in Select provider and adopt it using OK. Then a station list search is performed. The stations offered by the provider are displayed in a list.
Depending on the providers respective offer, you can use the 6534 buttons and the OK button, the coloured keys, the END/TEXT button and sometimes even the numeric buttons. If you want to close the digital teletext, just select a different station using the P+/P buttons or follow the menu prompts on the screen. Note: Digital teletext is not available when DVB-subtitles are being displayed. If a timer recording is programmed at the TV-set, at the start time of the recording the digital teletext mode is switched off automatically.
Operating modes Radio
You can only receive radio stations via DVB. If you do not have any DVB radio reception, you can play a sound signal from an external device using the TV set via the sound/AV inputs.
Call radio menu
Radio menu Sound Treble
Use the RADIO button on the remote control to switch the radio on or off.
Radio: 8 DLF Numerical
AUDIO IN AVS AV2 AV1 B5 AKTL BAYERN 1 BR4 KLSK SUNSHINE ROCK ANT ANTENNE DLR DLF
S S S S S S S S
HR-INFO MDR INFO MDR FIGA NDR KULT SWR1 SWR2 WDR3 WDR5 OESTER 1 MDR JUMP JAZZ RAD BLUSAT20
S S S S S S S S S S S S
END MENU EPG
In the radio menu, as in TV mode, you can set the sound, search for radio stations and store them (automatically or manually not with DVB-T mode in GB), delete stations from the list, rearrange them or change names and set the switching off and alarm functions.
For the DVB radio stations, you can also use the programme guide if the station currently active supplies data.
18:00 - 18:10 Nachrichten OK Switch to. 0. 9 Select station Screen off/on
Call Programme guide
Scan stations Previous station Change sorting
You can see a station list of the radio stations or with DVB-T in GB the station logo. In this case you can call up the station list by using the OK or INFO key. Station list is sorted by LCN. You can see a station list of the radio stations. Digital DVB-T stations are indicated by T , DVB-C stations by C and DVB-S stations by S. Encrypted stations are additionally indicated by. Ask your specialist dealer about decoders or the use of a CA module and a Smart Card for the reception of encrypted stations. When time and title are sent by the marked station these data are displayed at the bottom of the station list. When the station list is shown you can switch off the screen with the red coloured key. The LED indicator on the set changes from green to orange. You can switch the screen display back on by using the OK key, red or blue coloured keys, by using RADIO, MENU or END on the remote control. Station switching with dark screen: by using or + on the TV set or by using the remote control P and P+ or by using the numeric buttons (for DVB-T operation in GB, the buttons may be configured differently by the provider). The sound menu can be called in the radio mode using the button.
Select Analogue for Sound transmission for analogue audio amplifiers. The sound for the analogue amplifier is transmitted via the AUDIO OUT L/R connections of the TV to the audio amplifier. Connect the amplifier with two cinch cables. Specify under Type of amplifier whether the analogue amplifier is a stereo or surround amplifier. If it is a surround amplifier, also specify whether or not the TV speakers are to be used as centre loudspeakers. Connect the centre output of the amplifier to the centre output of the TV using a cinch cable, if necessary. Note: do not use the centre loudspeaker connection on the amplifier; instead use the pre-amplifier centre output.
PREOUT C FR
AUX1 IN AUX OUT AUX 2 L L DIGITAL IN DIGITAL OUT R R
If you want to listen to the sound via the TV loudspeakers temporarily, call the Sound menu using the button, select Sound via and then TV. When connecting active speakers, select Active speakers in the connection wizard under Audio equipment selection. The sound for the active speakers is transmitted via the AUDIO OUT L/R connections to the active speakers. Make connections to the active speakers using the cinch cables. Make the audio settings on the TV set when active speakers are connected. When using an external audio amplifier, make the audio settings on the audio amplifier.
AUDIO IN C
OUT AUDIO DIGITAL
HDMI (DVI) connection
The HDMI connection (High Definition Multimedia Interface) allows digital picture and sound transmission via a connecting cable, e.g. from Loewe DVD Recorder Centros 2102/2172 HD. The digital picture and sound data are transmitted without data compression and therefore lose none of their quality. In the equipment connected, no analogue/digital conversion is necessary, which might also have lead to losses in quality. DVI signals can be also be reproduced by the HDMI connection using a DVI/HDMI adapter cable. This is possible because HDMI is based on DVI and is downwardly compatible. That means that the digital video signals are transmitted via HDMI - no audio signals are transmitted, though. In addition, both use the same copy protection method HDCP. Connect the set with an HDMI connection using an HDMI cable (type A, 19-pin) to the HDMI socket of the TV set. Log in the HDMI connection in the connection wizard (TV menu - Connections - New devices/modifications). Select the HDMI connection in the AV selection.
You can connect a PC or a Set Top Box (STB) and therefore use the TV screen as an output device. Connect the PC/STB to the VGA/XGA socket on the TV using a VGA cable. When connecting to a PC, first set one of the following screen resolutions on your PC. 800x600 60Hz (SVGA) 1024x768 60Hz (XGA). When a Set Top Box is connected, set the following screen resolutions according to the options of the Set Top Box: SDTV: 720x576i (PAL), 720x480i (NTSC), 720x576p, 720x480p. HDTV: 1280x720p, 1920x1080i. Select the VGA/XGA connection in the AV selection.
Introduction VESA adapter and Screen Wall Mount
As of May 2006 different types of adapters and Screen Wall Mounts will be available. For detailed information about availability dates and correct combinations please see the follo wing presentation.
1. For both wall mounts Screen Wall Mount 1 and Screen Wall Mount 2 the matching VESA adapter always has to be ordered separately! 2. It has been brought to our attention that some suppliers are offering their own VESA adapters to use with our Loewe products. For safety and quality reasons we strongly recommend to use original Loewe adapters and wall mounts only!
VESA-adapter in combination with wall support
Olaf Lemke 04.05.2006
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Vesa adapter in combination with wall support
current status (will remain unchanged) new functional wall solution comment Art.no. to be ordered
Mimo L 20 WM 35 65495A00 Vesa 20/22 platin Art.-Nr. 89691A00
available from various suppliers In the market
Xelos A 20 WM 35 65495A00 Vesa 20/22 platin Art.-Nr. 89691A00
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 3
current status (will remain unchanged)
new functional wall mount
comment Art.no. to be ordered
Concept L 26
WM 55 65497A01
for le ib s os p
t! ep c on C
Concept L 32
WM 54 65498A01
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 4
The fixing of a VESA-adapter can not be Realised for Concept!
new functional wall solution
up to now: WM 61 64495L00 new: WM 61 with Vesa 65495L01 WM 61 with Vesa Art.-Nr. 65495L01 black
individual Art.no. to be ordered!
Modus L 42 Modus L 42 Rel.
Screen Wall Mount 2 Art.-Nr. 65493B00
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 5
Xelos A 26 Xelos A 26 Rel.
WM 52 64493A00
VESA LCD silver Art.-Nr. 89725B00
Screen Wall Mount 1 Art.-Nr. 66484B00
Xelos A 32 Rel.
WM 53 63493A10
Please see p. 12 !
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 6
comment Art. no. to be ordered
Xelos A 37 Rel.
Please see p. 12!
Xelos A 42 Xelos A 42 Rel. up to now: WM 61 64495L00 new: WM 61 with Vesa 65495L01 WM 61 with Vesa Art.-Nr. 65495L01 black Screen Wall Mount 2 Art.-Nr. 65493B00
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 7
Individual 26 Individual 26 Sel.
Vesa I 26 silver Art.-Nr. 89687B00
Individual 32 Individual 32 Sel.
Vesa I 32 silver Art.-Nr. 89688B00
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 8
Individual 40 Sel.
Vesa I 40 silver Art.-Nr. 89754B00
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 9
Spheros R 26 Spheros R 26 Rel.
Spheros R 32 Rel WM 53 63493A10 VESA LCD silver Art.-Nr. 89725B00 Screen Wall Mount 1 Art-Nr. 66484B00
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 10
Spheros R 37 Rel
Screen Wall Mount 2 Art.Nr. 65493B00
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 11
example for installation (as illustrated in the instruction manual) wall mount with VESA standard Screen Wall Mount Loewe VESA Adapter VESA I.
Screen Wall Mount and VESA-adapter have to be connected before installing the television.
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 12
In order to install a Loewe Flat TV set on a wall mount with VESA standard, a Loewe-specific VESA adapter is essential.
Which VESA adapter for which TV set?
Adapter The Loewe VESA adapter are required in order to affix a TV set with a functional upgradable Loewe Screen Wall Mounts Important information Art. Nr. applicable with picture comment Bemerkung Spheros 20 VESA 20/22 89691A00 Xelos A20; Xelos A22 Mimo L20 hole center distance in mm 100 x 100 week 21 available from
Spheros R26; 32; 37
hole center distance in mm
Xelos A 26; 32;37
100 x 100
For adjoining Art. Nr. not realisable because of safetyrelated reasons.
For Xeols 32 u. 37 available from Art.no.: 66418 Art.no.: 66419 For Spheros 32 u. 37 available from Art.no.: 66436. Art.no.: 66429
hole center distance in mm VESA I 26 89687B00 Individual 26 Individual 26 Selection 100 x 100 week 19
hole center distance in mm VESA I 32 89688B00 Individual 32 Individual 32 Selection Individual Edition 100 x 100 week 19
hole center distance in mm VESA I 40 89754B00 Individual 40 Selection 100 x 100 week 30
hole center distance in mm WM 61 with VESA 64495L01 Xelos A 42 Modus L x 400 rail system !
This product is a complete wall mount. Additionally it can be used as a VESA adapter because of the integrated threaded bolt.
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 13
Screen Wall Mount 1 and 2 + VESA adapter
Description Art.no. Vesa adapter Art.no. Wall support + Vesa adapter for TV sets up to 32 "
VESA LCD 66484 B 00 Screen Wall Mount B B B 00
VESA I 26 VESA I 32
Wall support + Vesa adapter for TV sets up to 37 "
VESA LCD 65493 B 00 Screen Wall Mount B B 00
VESA I 40
WM 61 with Vesa 64495 L 01
Loewe Vesa-Adapter in interplay with wall support Slide 14
The first visualized concept of towernumbers is not realisable because of logistic reasons! The articles have to be ordered with its individual article number.
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