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Instruction manual Bedienungsanleitung Bruksanvisning Kyttohje Betjjeningsvejledning Bruksanvisning
Notes on this manual.....3 Purpose of use.....3 Included in the box..... 3 Safety instruction.....4 Operating Safety..... 4 Point of use..... 4 Repair...... 4 Intended Environment...... 5 Power Supply..... 5 FCC Compliance Statement..... 5 Batteries and Proper Treatment..... 6 Get to know the device.....7 Control elements 26, 32, 37..... 7 Control elements 40..... 7 Connections...... 8 Examples of connections....9 Video recorder...... 9 DVD Player...... 9 Receiver (SAT, DVB-T, decoder, etc.), DVD recorder... 10 Computer / devices with a digital output (e.g. HDMI).... 10 Remote Control....11 Setting Up.....12 Unpacking..... 12 Installing the batteries..... 12 Connecting an antenna..... 12 Connecting the power supply..... 12 Basic functions.....13 Turning the LCD TV on and off.... 13 Navigating within the Menu..... 13 Language setting..... 13 Automatic channel search (RF IN aerial connection).... 14 Channel selection...... 14 Sound settings..... 14 Volume...... 14 Mute..... 14 Sound output...... 14 Sound pre-setting..... 14 Setting the picture..... 15 Picture format...... 15 Picture setting...... 15 Displaying information..... 15 Selecting the signal source..... 15 Teletext.....16 To operate Teletext..... 16 Select Teletext pages...... 16 Number keys ..... 16 PGUP / PGDW buttons .... 16 SUBPAGE ...... 16 Colour buttons  / Fastext..... 16 Useful features for Teletext..... 16 INDEX ...... 16 SIZE ..... 16 REVEAL ..... 16 CANCEL  / Concealed search..... 17 HOLD ..... 17 Teletext-television picture mix .... 17 Contents 1
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The OSD menu.....18 Menu PICTURE..... 18 Menu SOUND...... 18 Menu ADVANCE..... 19 Menu SYSTEM...... 19 Menu TV-CHANNEL..... 20 Video recorder manual storage..... 20 The OSD in the PC mode....21 Menu PC...... 21 Menu SOUND...... 21 Menu GEOMETRY...... 21 Menu SYSTEM...... 22 Troubleshooting.....23 Do you require additional Support?.... 24 Maintenance....24 Recycling......24 Specifications.....25 Pixel errors with LCD TVs.....26 Copying this manual....26
Notes on this manual
Read these instructions carefully under all circumstance and follow all the instructions listed. You will guarantee the reliable operation and a long life expectancy of your LCD TV in this way. Always keep these instructions at hand, close to your LCD TV. In the event that you transfer ownership of this LCD TV, please provide these instructions to the new owner.
Your LCD-TV is equipped with the HD ready feature. This means that it can transmit high resolution television programmes (HDTV) in principle. It is the prerequisite that an HDTV signal is sent to the LCD TV by an external set-top box (HD-STB).
Contact us (cf. the service address on the back of these Instructions for Use) if problems with your LCD TV arise. Furthermore, you will find useful information regarding troubleshooting on page 23 of this manual.
Purpose of use
This device serves to receive and transmit television channels. The different connection possibilities (receiver, DVD player, DVD recorder and VCR, etc.) will enable an additional expansion of the sources of reception and transmission (Receiver, DVD-Player, DVD-Recorder, Videorecorder etc.). This device is only suitable for using in dry, internal rooms. This device is not suitable as a data monitor for office workstations. This device is intended for personal use only. It not intended for commercial use in a heavy industry environment. Use under extreme environmental conditions can result in damage to your device.
Included in the box
LCD Television Connection cable Remote control incl. 2 batteries type R03 (AAA) 1,5V Documentation Note! Use only the supplied power cord.
Do not allow children to play unattended on electrical equipment. Children may not always correctly recognize danger. Keep the packing materials, such as foil away from children. The danger of suffocation could arise in the case of misuse. Never open the housing of the TFT display (electric shock, short-circuit and the danger of fire)! Do not insert any objects through the slots and openings into the inside of the TFT (electrical shock, short-circuit and the danger of fire)! Slots and openings in the TFT display are for ventilation purpose. Do not cover these openings, as otherwise this may lead to overheating (overheating, danger of fire)! Never exert pressure on the display. This could damage the display. An injury hazard exists when the display breaks. Wear protective gloves to pack the broken parts and send them into your service center for proper disposal. Then wash your hands with soap, because it is possible for chemicals to escape. Do not touch the display with your fingers or with sharp objects to avoid damage. if the AC cable overheats or is damaged if liquid has gotten into the display if the device does not work properly if the device is dropped or the housing damaged
FCC Compliance Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Shielded interface cables, if any, must be used in order to comply with the emission limits.
Batteries and Proper Treatment
Batteries may contain combustible materials. By misuse, this may cause battery leakage, heat, explosion or ignition, bringing about injury or damage to the device. Please observe strictly the following matters: Keep children away from batteries. If by any chance, the batteries are swallowed, consult a doctor immediately. Do not charge batteries (except rechargeable batteries). Do not forcibly discharge batteries. Do not short-circuit batteries. Do not heat or dispose off in fire. Do not disassemble or deform batteries. Your hands and fingers may be injured, or the liquid of the battery may get into your eyes or adhere to your skin. If this happens, rinse with a large quantity of water immediately and consult a doctor. Do not expose batteries to strong impact by dropping or throwing the batteries. Do not reverse the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals to avoid short-circuit. Do not mix used and new or different types of batteries together. Remove promptly the used batteries from the device. Remove the batteries from your device if it is not to be used for a longer period. Clean the battery and device contacts, if necessary, before inserting batteries. Replace all batteries with new batteries of the same type at the same time.
Get to know the device
Control elements 26, 32, 37
Control elements 40
Master switch Control
Operation indicator Function Change the channel by means of these buttons. Press to turn up or turn down the volume. Call up the list of the sources available with this button. You will change between the PC, HDMI, TV, SCART1, SCART2, YPBPR1 and YPBPR2 reception sources with the CH +/CH - / P+/P- buttons. Call up the OSD1 menu with this button, in order to make changes on your device. Put the device into operation while switched off; While switched on: switch to the Standby Mode. Shines red, if the device is in the Standby Mode. Shines green, if the device is switched on. Switch the device off completely by means of this button.
1. no function 1. 23. 22. 21. 2. 3. 4. 5. 20. 6. 7. 19. 8. 9. 2. no function 3. no function 4. Mono / Stereo / Dual sound 5. Mute 6. Input selection Call up the list of the sources available with this button. You will shift between the PC, HDMI, TV, SCART1, SCART2, YPBPR1 and YPBPR2 sources of reception with the directional keys. 7. Exit menu 8. Call up the Menu; back to the previous Menu 9. Previous channel Switch back to the channel displayed previously. 10. directional keys for navigation within the Menus OK - You will have to confirm your selection with this button in some Menus.
11. CHANNEL + / You will select the next (+) or the previous (-) channel in the Television Mode. You will select the next (+) or the previous (-) page in the Videotext Mode. 12. Teletext buttons: PGUP = Teletext previous page PGDW = Teletext next page TXT = Switch video text on/ off INDEX = index page SIZE = Enlarge video text REVEAL = Show concealed text SUBPAGE = sub-page CANCEL = Fade video text out 13. Teletext: Coloured buttons for navigation within video text 14. Select picture format: AUTO, 16:9, ZOOM1, ZOOM2, 4:3, PANORAMA 15. SLEEP function: time setting for switching the device off automatically
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16. Teletext: hold teletext page 17. INFO: In the television mode: For displaying information, such as the current channel number and picture format. In the teletext mode: For activating the teletext-television picture mix. 18. VOLUME + / For increasing (+) or decreasing (-) the volume. 19. Select double-digit channels 20. Number keys Television mode: channel selection; Teletext mode: Entry of the three-digit numbers, with which the page is selected. 21. Select audio mode: FILM, MUSIC, USER, STANDARD 22. Select picture mode: FILM, VIVID, USER, STANDARD 23. STANDBY button button, for switching the LCD TV on/off.
Note Read the Safety Information Chapter from Page 1 ff under all circumstances before bringing the device into operation.
Please keep the packaging material well and use it exclusively to transport the television.
Installing the batteries
1. Open the battery compartment of the remote. 2. Install two AAA size, type R03 batteries according to the correct polarity (marked in the battery compartment). 3. Close the battery compartment.
Attention! Remove the batteries from the remote, if the device will not be used for a longer period. The remote could be damaged by leaking batteries.
Connecting an antenna
Connect the aerial socket and the television device to the RF IN connection with a doubly screened aerial cable (not in the scope of the delivery) for the connection to the external aerial or the cable plant.
Connecting the power supply
1. Plug the power supply cable into the power supply socket of the device. 2. Connect the mains connection cable supplied with the device to a well accessible 230 V ~ 50 Hz mains socket.
Turning the LCD TV on and off
1. Put the main switch on the lower section of the television in the I (ON) setting. The device will go into Standby Mode and the display on the front will shine red. 2. Press either the STANDBY button on the device or on the remote to switch the device on. 3. You will switch the device back to the Standby Mode with the STANDBY button. 4. Put the main switch on the lower section of the television in the 0 (OFF) setting, in order to switch the device off completely.
Navigating within the Menu
1. Press the MENU button , in order to activate the OSD. 2. Select the options from the Main Menu with the 4. Select the options from the sub-menu with the / / directional buttons. / directional buttons. / direcdirectional buttons. 3. Confirm the option selected from the Main Menu and open the sub-menu with the
5. Confirm the option selected from the sub-menu in which you want to make changes or settings with the tional buttons. 6. Set the required vale or make a different selection with the / directional buttons. 7. You will return to the superordinate Menu with the MENU button . 8. You will close the Menu and confirm the selection at the same time with the EXIT button . Note
The Menu will close automatically if you do not press a button for longer than 15 seconds when operating the OSD. However, you can vary the length of the display. Read the Menu SYSTEM Menu on Page 19 for this.
The OSD of your LCD TV is set to English in the delivery status. Set the OSD to the language that you require as follows: 1. Press the MENU button  on the remote control. 2. Select the SYSTEM Menu point (4th Menu point in the Main Menu strip on the left of the picture [MAIN MENU] with the directional button. 3. Confirm with the directional button. The SPLEEP TIMER entry will be emphasized. 4. Select the OSD LANGUAGE Menu point with the directional button. The OSD Menu will be faded out and the OSD LANGUAGE ENGLISH strip will appear on the screen. 5. Select the language that you require with the 7. Press the button EXIT , to exit the OSD menu. directional buttons. 6. Confirm your selection with the OK button. The OSD will appear.
Automatic channel search (RF IN aerial connection)
1. Press the MENU button  on the remote control]. 2. Select the TV-CHANNEL Menu point (5th Menu point in the Main Menu strip on the left of the picture [MAIN MENU] with the directional button. 3. Confirm with the directional button. The COLOR SYSTEM entry will be emphasized. directional button. 4. Select the APS Menu point with the
5. Press the directional button, in order to start the automatic channel search. A bar showing the course of the search will appear on the screen. Wait for the search to finish. It will take several minutes. Press the EXIT button to interrupt the process. 6. The channels will be deposited in channel positions in a country-specific sequence. 100 channels can be stored. Note You will be able to change the sequence of the channel positions according to your requirements. Read how you can sort the channels under the PROGRAM INSERT Menu point in the in the TV-CHANNEL Menu section from Page 20. The channel search will be made by means of the respectively connected device, in the case of devices connected through SCART or Component. Use the Instructions for Use of the signal source connected (e. g. DVB-T receiver or SAT receiver) as an aid.
Press either one of the CH+ / CH- buttons on the device or one of the CHANNEL buttons  on the remote, or select the channel directly by means of a number key, in order to select a channel. Press the number. You will select the channel broadcast most recently with the button .  button for a two-digit
You will increase or reduce the volume with the VOLUME buttons  on the remote or V+/V- on the device.
Press the button  to switch the sound off or on again completely. The MUTE message will appear on the screen.
You will choose between MONO and STEREO output with the NICAM button ; DUAL A and DUAL B. DUAL A and DUAL B will only be able to appear if the current broadcast supports the DUAL Mode (e. g. in the case of dual-language broadcasts).
You will select the sound mode with the  button: STANDARD, MOVIE, MUSIC, USER.
Setting the picture
You will be able to switch between the following picture formats with the 16:9: The picture will be presented in the 16:9 format. ZOOM1/ZOOM2: Enlarged presentation. 4:3: The picture will be presented in the 4:3 format. PANORAMA: The 4:3 picture will be stretched at its left and right edges, in order to fill the screen; the upper and lower edges will be rather reduced at the same time. Picture Format button : AUTO: The format transmitted will be set to the input signal automatically or the full picture will be presented.
You will choose between the STANDARD, MOVIE, VIVID and USER and Picture Modes with the button .
Press the  button, in order to have the channel position and the sound mode displayed. You will receive the same information if you switch to a different channel.
Selecting the signal source
You will call up the list of the available sources with the TV/AV / INPUT button on the device or the the remote. The following sources of a signal will be available to you: PC: HDMI: TV: SCART1: SCART2: YPBPR1: YPBPR2: Device at the VGA socket Device at the HDMI socket TV or aerial operation Device at the SCART connection 1 Device at the SCART connection 2 Device at the Component connection 1 Device at the Component connection 2 / directional button  on
You will switch between the sources of reception with the CH +/CH - buttons on the device or the buttons on the remote.
Teletext is a free service that is broadcast by the majority of television stations and offers current information in relation to news, the weather, television programs, share prices, subtitles and other subjects. Your LCD TV offers many useful functions for operating Teletext and multi-page text, storing sub-pages or fast navigation.
To operate Teletext
1. Select a TV station on which Teletext is being transmitted. 2. Press the TXT  once to appear the Teletext screen. 3. The device will be switched back to the TV Mode by pressing the TXT button  again.
Select Teletext pages
Number keys 
Enter the video text page required directly as three-digit number with the number keys. The page number selected will be displayed in the upper left corner of the screen. The video text counter will search until the page number selected has been found.
PGUP / PGDW buttons 
Switch backwards and forwards through the video text pages with PGUP and PGDW .
Some video text pages contain sub-pages. For example, 1/3 will be displayed at the lower edge of the screen. The subpages will be faded in successively at intervals of approx. 30 seconds. You will also be able to call up the sub-pages yourself by pressing the SUBPAGE button. A four-digit entry field, into which you will be able to enter the number of a sub-page (e.g. 0002), will appear.
Menu point BASS TREBLE BALANCE MTS SOUND MODE Setting Setting the bass tones (0 100). Setting the high tones (0 100). Setting the balance between the left and the right loudspeakers (0 100). Switching between Mono / Stereo USER: the Tone Mode set by the user in the EQUALIZER Menu. STANDARD: Standard setting. MOVIE: Increases the film sound. MUSIC: The optimized setting for music. You will select a frequency band (120 Hz, 500 Hz, 1K5 Hz, 5K Hz, 10K Hz) with You will set the value of the frequency band selected with /. /.
Menu point 3D NR TXT LANGUAGE AUTO FORMAT SCART2 OUT CHILD LOCK Setting Switch the noise suppression on/off. The presetting is WEST. You will be able to change the language setting to EAST, RUSSIAN, ARABIC or FARSI if you live in a language area with a different alphabet. Format switching by means of SCART Set the output signal of SCART2 Activate the relevant child protection by means of a password. The standard password is OOOO. Use the 9538 master password, if you have changed the password and mislaid it. A blue screen will be displayed, if no signal is received in the case of a channel, if this option is set to ON.
Menu point SLEEP TIMER Setting Select a period of time, after which the device will switch off independently. You will be able to set the time in 15-minute steps (maximum 1 hour) with the directional buttons. The sleep timer period will begin immediately after the setting with. Select the language of the OSD Menu. It will change immediately. Set the horizontal position of the OSD. Set the vertical position of the OSD. Set when the OSD should be faded out if the device is not being used. Displays the firmware version of the OSD. You will reset the factory setting by means of this Menu point. All settings made manually will be deleted. The values will now be in the status at delivery. The list of channels will be retained. Set the background lighting here.
OSD LANGUAGE OSD H - POSITION OSD V - POSITION OSD DURATION INFO RESET
Menu point COLOR SYSTEM SOUND SYSTEM APS MANUEL Setting Auto, PAL, NTSC, SECAM, PAL M, PAL N, NTSC 4.42 Auto, B/G, I, D/K, L, LL, M Automatic channel search You will be able to carry out a manual channel search here. 1. Select the channel position under the CHANNEL point. 2. Go to the SEARCH option and start a search of the frequency band downwards or upwards with the directional buttons. The search will stop and the STORE option will be marked each time that a channel is found. 3. Store the channel with OK. You will be able to make a further fine tuning in the FINE TUNING Menu point (see below). PROGRAM You will see the channels currently stored in the channel table. Changing the channel name: 1. Go to the channel position required and press the red NAME colour button. Now, you will be able to change the initial letters: select a symbol with the directional buttons. The symbols will appear in the sequence of: A B C [to] Z 2 [to] 9 ( ) * + ,. / [BLANK]. You will be able to enter up to a maximum of 5 symbols. 2. Go to the next letter and so on with the Deleting a channel: 1. Select the channel that you want to delete from the list and press the green DELETE colour button. The following channels will move up the table. Entering a channel: You will be able to shift a channel to a different position here. 1. Select the channel and press the yellow INSERT colour button. 2. Shift the channel to the required position with and press the red OK colour button. The other channels will be shifted with it accordingly. FINE TUNING AFT You will be able to make a fine adjustment to the channel currently selected with here. Automatic fine tuning. The automatic fine tuning will start, in the case of a deterioration of the signal, if this option is switched on. directional button. 3. Press the OK colour button again at the end, in order to store the name.
PROGRAM AREA Setting the reception area according to the sound norm during the automatic channel search. Select between OTHER (all sound norms with the exception of L/L), BOTH (all sound norms inc. L/L), FRANCE (only the L/L sound norm).
Video recorder manual storage
For example, you can use the manual search to set a video recorder to the LCD TV. Set your video recorder to the test signal after the LCD TV and the video recorder have been connected to each other by means of the aerial (compare Page 8). Carry out the manual search with the LCD TV. Store the test signal on channel position 0 (this channel position will not be occupied by a television channel), when the signal has been found.
The OSD in the PC mode
Menu point CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS HUE Setting Increase or reduce the contrast (0 100). Increase or reduce the brightness (0 100). Set the COLOR TEMP. to NORMAL, COOL, WARM or MANUAL PROGRAM. You will be able to set the values for R (rot), G (grn) and B (blau) yourself if COLOR TEMP.has been set to MANUELL. Choose between the two Normal and Centre picture formats. Carry out the automatic control through this. The optimum values for the H. position, V. position, phase and cycle of the TFT screen will be set here automatically.
Menu point BASS TREBLE BALANCE SOUND MODE Setting Setting of the bass tones (0 100). Setting of the high tones (0 100). Setting of the balance between the left and the right loudspeakers (0 100). USER: The Tone Mode set in the Equalizer Menu by the user. STANDARD: Standard setting. MOVIE: Increases the film sound. MUSIC: The setting optimized for music. You will set a frequency band (120 Hz, 500 Hz, 1K5 Hz, 5K Hz, 10K Hz) with You will set the value in the frequency band selected with /. /.
Menu point H - POSITION V - POSITION CLOCK PHASE CHILD LOCK Setting Set the horizontal picture of the LCD display. Set the vertical picture of the LCD display. Set the cycle of the TFT screen. The higher the value, the broader the display will appear. The lower the value, the more the display will be compressed. Set the phase, in order to optimize the display of your TFT screen. Activate the relevant child protection by means of a password. The standard password is OOOO. Use the 9538 master password, if you have changed the password and mislaid it.
Menu point SLEEP TIMER Setting Select a period of time, after which the device will switch off independently. You will be able to set the time in 15-minute steps (maximum 1 hour) with the directional buttons. The sleep timer period will begin immediately after the setting with OSD LANGUAGE OSD H - POSITION OSD V - POSITION OSD DURATION INFO RESET BACKLIGHT Select the language of the OSD Menu. It will change immediately. Set the horizontal position of the OSD. Set the vertical position of the OSD. Set when the OSD should be faded out if the device is not being used. Displays the firmware version of the OSD. You will reset the factory setting by means of this Menu point. All settings made manually will be deleted. The values will now be in the status at delivery. Set the background lighting here.
Many times, problems have simple causes. We would like to give you some tips to solve some common problems. Should these tips not help, please call us! There is no picture or sound. Check whether the mains cable has been connected to the socket and the mains adapter correctly. Check whether the signal reception has been set to TV. Check whether the mains switch of the device on the upper side of the device has been switched on.
There is no picture. There is no picture from AV. Make sure the Contrast/Brightness is properly adjusted. Make sure all external devices are connected properly. Check whether the correct AV setting has been selected.
There is no sound. Make sure the volume is not set to minimum. Make sure the sound is not set to mute.
There is no picture or sound, just noise. The reception may be weak. Make sure the aerial is not disconnected.
The picture is not clear. The reception may be weak. Make sure the aerial is not disconnected. Check the settings of CONTRAST / BRIGHTNESS / BACKLIGHT in the PICTURE Menu.
The picture is too bright or too dark.
The remote control does not work. Check whether the batteries in the remote are operational and have been inserted correctly. Make sure the remote sensor window is not under strong lighting. Switch the device off and on again with the mains switch.
The picture is not sharp. The reception may be weak. Make sure the aerial is not disconnected. Check the settings of the picture sharpness in the PICTURE Menu.
The picture is spotted. There may be interference from automobiles, trains, high voltage lines, neon light, etc. There may be interference between the antenna cable and power cable. Try moving them further apart.
There are stripes on the screen or colors fade. Is the unit receiving interference from other devices? Transmission antennas of radio broadcasting station and transmission antennas of amateur radio and cellular phones may also cause interference. Place the unit as far apart as possible from device that may cause possible interference.
The operating buttons on the device do not function. The child-lock may have been activated. Enter the 9538 master password.
You have forgotten the password
Do you require additional Support?
If the suggestions in the above section have not solved your problem, please contact the hotline. We will try and help you over the telephone. However, before you contact your Service Center, please keep the following information available: If you have already been given a customer number, please keep this available. What external devices have been connected? What messages appear on your display? During which operating step has the problem arisen? What steps have you already undertaken to solve the problem?
Before cleaning, always remove the power adapter plug and all connecting cables. Do not use any solvents, corrosive or gaseous cleaning agents. Clean the display with a soft, lint-free cloth. Ensure that no water droplets remain on the screen. Water can cause permanent discoloration. Do not expose the screen to bright sunlight. Please keep the packaging material well and use it exclusively to transport the device. Attention! There are no user-serviceable or user-cleanable parts inside the device.
Packaging Your device is packaged to protect it against damage during transportation. The packaging is manufactured from materials that can be sent to a specialist recycling facility and disposed of in an environmentally-friendly way. Device At the end of its life, the appliance must not be disposed of in household rubbish. Enquire about the options for environmentally-friendly disposal. Batteries Do not dispose of used batteries in the household rubbish! They must be deposited at a collection point for used batteries.
MD 30036 Visible display size Input voltage Power consumption Power consumption standby TV system Audio Channel positions Antenna interface Connections Reaction time Viewing angle h/v Contrast Brightness Physical resolution Dimensions (W x H x D) (incl. stand) Weight (incl. stand) 680 x 530 x 245 approx. 10.5 Kg 8 ms 170/170 (typ.) 800:1 (typ.) 500 cd/m 6,5 ms < 200 W approx. 3 W PAL, SECAM, B/G, D/K, I, L/L Multi-Stereo / Nicam Ohm 1 x RF, 1 x D-SUB (VGA), 1 x HDMI, 2 x SCART, 2 x YPbPr 8 ms 176/176 (typ.) 1000:1 (typ.) 400 cd/m 1366 x x 620 x 245 approx. 15 Kg 945 x 710 x 310 approx. 23 Kg 1015 x 735 x 310 approx. 24.5 Kg 8 ms 178/178 (typ) 1200:1 (zyp 500 cd/m 26 (66 cm) MD (81 cm) MD (94 cm) MD (102 cm) AC 230V~ 50Hz
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Pixel errors with LCD TVs
Individual pixels or groups of them can fail in rare cases, in spite of the most up-to-date manufacture, because of the highly complex technology. Active matrix LCDs (TFT) with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixel,(WXGA) which are in turn composed of three sub-pixels each (red, green, blue), contain about 3.1 million addressable transistors. Because of this very high number of transistors and their extremely complex production process occasionally defective or incorrectly addressed pixels or sub-pixels may occur.
Rows Blue Green Red
Description 1 Sub-pixel Bright Sub Pixel Two lying next to each other (horizontally/vertically) Minimum distance between light and dark sub-pixels Individual Dark Sub Pixel Two lying next to each other Minimum distance between light and dark sub-pixels
Acceptable Number Max. Min. 10 mm Max. 3 Max. 1 Min. 10 mm Max. 5
Total number of bright and dark sub pixel
The Table describes the maximum number of pixel faults that are permitted to arise on the screen, without involving a guarantee case. Under certain circumstances, a guarantee case will be present if the number of faults given above is exceeded in one category.
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