HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface - DVD Player
Brand: Polaroid 3226-TLMB
Part Number: HDMI-HDMI-3FT-1370
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These instructions are designed to help you attach your stand easily and safely. Please read carefully. IMPORTANT : Attach the stand to your TV with bottom foam packaging material still attached.
Use all 6 screws (provided) to attach the stand to the TV.
IMPORTANT SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS
This wide active matrix TFT (thin lm transistor) liquid crystal monitor is designed for use as a stand alone TV as well as a display device for video electronics appliances and personal computers. Important Information
Warning : To reduce the risk of re or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
Risk of electric shock. Do not open.
Caution :To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not attempt to disassemble or modify this device. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer any service issues to qualied service personnel. Caution : FCC/ CSA regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modications to this equipment may void the users authority to operate it. Important: One Federal Court has held that unauthorized recording of copyrighted TV programs is an infringement of U.S. copyright laws. Certain Canadian programs may also be copyrighted and any unauthorized recording in whole or in part may be in violation of these rights. Warning : Do not leave stationary images, patterns, PIP windows, or letterbox images on the screen for prolonged periods of time as this may result in permanent damage to the LCD panel. This type of damage is not covered under warranty. The following are examples of, but not limited to, potentially hazardous display output: side bar images, video game patterns, closed captioning, channel logos and letterbox black bars. To prevent this type of damage, it is recommended to display constantly moving images that ll the screen as often as possible. According to industrial standards for LCD display technology; there are a certain number of allowable defective pixels. Although we produce panels with more than 99.9% active cells, there still may be some cells that do not produce light or remain constantly lit. For further information, please contact sales or technical support.
Important Safety Instructions 1. Read these instructions. 2. Keep these instructions. 3. Heed all warnings. 4. Follow all instructions. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water. 6. Clean only with dry cloth. 7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. 8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including ampliers) that produce heat. 9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug as two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third rounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not t into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 11. Only use attachments/accessories specied by the manufacturer. 12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specied by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. 13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14. Refer all servicing to qualied service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
Your TV is designed with the latest technology and is a high-performance unit that includes the following special features:
MULTI-SOURCES INPUT INCLUDED RF IN, D-SUB, HDMI, COMPOSITE, S-VIDEO, AND COMPONENT. BUILT-IN COMBO TUNER IS ABLE TO RECEIVE ATSC, NTSC AND CLEAR QAM CABLE SIGNALS. Universal remote control provides control of other devices such as Cable Converter, Satellite Receiver, DVD player, Audio Amplier, VCR etc. For screen size 32/37 built in 10W dual channel speakers are offered; for 42, 15W are offered. Embedded video enhancement and noise reduction features for the colorful and clearest picture possible. Provided multi-channel sound decoder for stereo and bilingual broadcasts. Automatic sleep timer control from 15 to 90 minutes. The sequence is 15304560 90. Automatic Power Off feature after 10 minutes without a signal. Component video input for high denition TV programming (HDTV ready), resolution up to 720p, 1080i. Automatic Picture Control (APC) and Aspect Ratio Control (ARC) functions for end user customization of viewing preferences.
Overview of the TV Control Buttons and Indicators
1. ASPECT/ EXIT : Select the display output mode (TV / Video mode: Normal, Full Screen,Zoom, Subtitle ; PC mode: Normal, Full Screen). 2. VOLUME (+ / -) : Increase/decrease the volume or function as the left/right arrow button for menu. 3. CHANNEL ( / ) : Change the channel or function as the up/down arrow button for menu. 4. MENU : Displays the main menu. When OSD (on-screen display) appears, press the button to select or access a sub-menu. 5. INPUT : Press INPUT button on the side of the TV and the source menu will appear on the screen. Press the CHANNEL ( / ) button to select your preferred source input (TV, Video 1 ,Video 2, YPBPR 1 , YPBPR 2 , PC, HDMI 1, HDMI 2 ) and press MENU botton to conrm. 6. POWER : Turn the LCD-TV on or off. 7. REMOTE CONTROL SENSOR : Aim the remote control towards this spot on the TV. 8. POWER INDICATOR : BLUE LIGHT power on
PURPLE LIGHT power saving; standby (offered in PC mode) RED LIGHT power off
NOTE 1 : These buttons on the TV is only for basic settings. NOTE 2 : The drawing of this LCD-TV in the user manual is for your reference. The actual TV appearance may differ depending on your purchase.
Overview of the TV Connections Side and Rear Panel
5 d 2 c g
1( a/b ) Composite In 2 ( c/d ) S-Video 3 ( e/f ) Component In 4 RF In
Connects to the Composite video and audio output jacks on your VCR or other video devices. Connect to the S-Video output jack on your VCR or other video devices for a sharper picture. Connect to your TVs component video (YPbPr) and audio (L/R) jacks. Connect to an antenna or to a cable TV system. Only for service use. Connect to a digital audio component. Connect to the audio output jack of your PC. Connect to the video output on your PC. Please use additional cable for sound. Connect to the HDMI jack of the TV with an HDMI output, such as set-top box, DVD player, etc. You can also connect the TV with a DVI output by using an HDMI-to-DVI cable or HDMI-to-DVI adapter. Please use an audio cable, when using HDMI-to-DVI cable or adapter. Connect to the audio input jacks on your Amplier/Home theater. Only for service use.
5 ( g/h ) Service Port 8 S/P DIF PC Audio In D-Sub HDMI (High Denition Multimedia Interface)
9 ( i/j )
Audio Out Service Port
LCD - TV
Remote Control & Batteries
Remote Control This universal remote control can operate up to four devices. When using the remote control in TV mode, please point the remote directly toward the Remote Control Sensor on the front panel. If you want to select other devices, simply press one of the buttons: TV, CAB/SAT, DVD or AUX.
Power Turn the device on or off
SET UP Press to program the remote control to operate other devices.
TV, CAB/SAT, DVD, AUX These buttons are designed to operate and control external devices. Please select one of these buttons rst to operate your selected external device. See page 53-54 for Programming Remote Control.
Control buttons When you switch to CAB/SAT,DVD or AUX mode,these buttons operate the video device you have programmed into the remote control. DVD MENU / SLEEP. Toggles the device menu. Skip Reverse Skip Forward Rewind Fast Forward Play Stop Pause Record
VOL + Press to increase or decrease the volume.If the audio was muted, pressing VOL + / - will un-mute the audio.
CH / PAGE Press to change channel.
MUTE Temporarily turn off the sound.
ASPECT Toggle the picture mode between NormalFull Screen ZoomSubtitle.
Jumps back and forth between two channels. 10. PIP/LIVE TV Your TV may not support PIP/LIVE TV. 11. GUIDE If the system uses TV Guide, the Guide button switches to TV Guide. If not, and the system is in TV mode, the Guide button switches to broadcast mode and displays the Show Title Display (with Date and Time). 12. MENU Toggle the main menu. 13. Press to move the on-screen display (OSD) highlight in the desired direction. In TV mode, please press MENU on the remote to enable OSD picture rst and press to adjust settings. Arrow keys enables the Show Title Display (with Date and Time). The Right arrow button will access to the sub-menu.The Left arrow button will navigate back through the menu OK Press to select a currently highlighted on-screen choice. Without the presence of any UI (User Interface) screens,including OSD (on-screen display), the button enables Show Title Display (with Date and Time). INFO See information on the current broadcast. EXIT Press to exit all UI screens and menus. CC/DVR Press to enable or disable closed caption. NUMERIC BUTTONS To manually select channels. 18. INPUT/ To select the video input source, be sure to exit OSD. The sequence is TVVideo 1Video 2YPBPR 1YPBPR 2 PCHDMI 1HDMI 2. To select following sub-channels which display., use this button along with 0-9 buttons to select digital channels, i.e 12.1. 19. ENTER Press to access the sub-menu.
14. 15. 16. 17.
CONNECTIONS & APPLICATIONS
Connecting Video Devices via HDMI * This can be applied only if there is the HDMI Output connector on the external device.
NOTE 1 : Video Device e.g.: DVD Player, Set-top Boxetc. NOTE 2 : HDMI - High-Denition Multimedia Interface NOTE 3 : No sound connector is needed for an HDMI to HDMI connection. NOTE 4 : Either HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 will work. NOTE 5 : Cables not included
Connecting Video Devices via DVI * This can be applied only if there is the DVI Output connector on the external device.
DVI / HDCP VIDEO L R
HDMI-to-DVI Cable or HDMI-to-DVI adapter
NOTE 1 : To receive video, connect a HDMI-to-DVI cable or HDMI-to-DVI adapter between the HDMI connector on the TV and the DVI connector on the DVD player/ Set-top box. NOTE 2 : To receive sound, connect an audio cable between the PC Audio In jack on the TV and Audio Out jack on the DVD player/ Set-Top box. NOTE 3 : Either HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 can work appropriately. NOTE 4 : Cables not included.
Connecting PC via D-SUB
PC Audio Out
VGA Cable Audio Cable
NOTE 1 : To receive video, connect a VGA cable between D-Sub connector on the TV and the D-Sub output connector on your PC. NOTE 2 : To receive sound, connect a PC audio cable between PC Audio In jack on the TV and the Audio Out jack of the sound card on your PC. NOTE 3 : Cables above not included.
Connecting Devices via Other Cables
NOTE 1 : To enjoy best audio and video quality, the best to basic level of video quality is Component, S-video, Composite (A/V) and RF. NOTE 2 : When using Composite or S-Video cables, make sure you use an audio cable for sound. NOTE 3 : Cables not included.
CONTROLS & ADJUSTMENTS
General Adjustments Turning the LCD TV On and Off Turn On Connect the Power Cord into the AC IN located in the back of the display and the other end to the power outlet on the wall. Press the Power button on the remote control or right side of the TV to turn the TV on. Please refer to page 16 to adjust Power Consumption settings. The power status light found in the lower right corner of the TV indicates the following : BLUE LIGHT power on PURPLE LIGHT Standby, power saving (only available in PC mode) RED LIGHT power off
37 & 42 TVs
Turn Off Press the power button on the remote control or right side of the TV to turn the TV off.
NOTE : No Signal appears if there is no input source. The TV will power off automatically if an input source is not selected.
Power Consumption Power Consumption is a power management technique which helps to set up the POWER OFF status for the LCD TV set. There are three modes: Low/Medium/High
Low : The power consumption is no more than 5W in the POWER OFF status. It takes about 12-15 seconds to turn on the LCD TV set. Medium : The power consumption within the rst hour is less than 35W and you can turn on TV around 3 seconds. After one hour, the power consumption is switched to around 5W and it takes 12-15 seconds to turn on the LCD TV. High : The LCD TV set can be turned immediately and the maximum power consumption would be less than 35W.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Settings. 3. Press / buttons to select Power Consumption. 4. Press button to display the sub-menu. 5. Press and OK buttons to select Low, Medium or High. 6. Press EXIT button to exit all menu or press button to return to the previous screen.
Initial Setup When the system powers on for the rst time, the initial auto installation is enabled. Language Selection 1. Press the Power button on the remote control. A welcome message is displayed. Use the buttons to select the language you prefer, and press OK button to continue.
Time Zone Selection 2. Press the buttons to select on your Time Zone, and press OK button to continue.
NOTE : It takes around 5 to 30 minutes to nish the Initial Setup process. The time taken for Initial Setup is varied according to the number of scanned channels.
Daylight Saving 3. Press buttons to set the Daylight Savings, and press OK button to continue.
Input Source Selection 4. Press buttons to select the source for your TV signal, and press OK button to start scanning. If the user selects Antenna, the next setup wizard is presented.
When Cable Source is selected, please toggle Automatic, STD, IRC, or HRC. To have all channels completely scanned, please select STD, IRC or HRC.
5. After all the available channels are stored, the channel list will appear.
6. Press OK and start to watch TV.
Reset the features The user can reset all settings back to factory settings, including the channel map, all Program Info, Favorite channel lists, etc. Following Reset, the Setup Wizard resumes to factory default mode. If a PIN is set, the PIN entry dialog is displayed before the Reset All Settings dialog box, even if Locks are temporarily off. If no PIN is set, the dialog is displayed immediately.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Settings and press / buttons to access the RESET ALL screen.
3. Press the to select Reset and OK buttons to reset all settings.
Changing Channels Using the Channel buttons When you press the CH/buttons, the TV changes channels in sequence. You will see all the channels that the TV has memorized. You will not see channels that were not memorized. Using the Last button to select the previous channel To quickly switch between two channels, tune to one channel, then use the number button to select the second channel. Press the LAST button to quickly alternate between them.
7. Press OK button to return to the previous screen or press EXIT button to exit all menu.
NOTE : Settings for Standard, Vivid, Movie, Sports are pre-congured.
Adjusting the TV Screen 1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Settings. 3. Press button to access Picture sub-menu. 4. Press / button to select Aspect Ratio.
5. Press button again to display the menu.
6. Press buttons to choose the different modes and press OK to conrm. Normal : displays the image exactly as broadcast. Full Screen: stretches the image to t the screen (None of the image is cut off, but the image may be distorted.) Zoom : scales the image larger, and will cut off part of the image Subtitle : shift the image up to show the subtitle.
Adjusting the Color Temperature Adjust the white balance of the picture. 1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Settings. 3. Press button to access Picture sub-menu. 4. Press / buttons to select Color Temperature and press button on display the menu. 5. Press and OK buttons to choose Cool, Neutral or Warm. Cool : a bluish white Neutral : a normal white Warm : a reddish white 6. Press button to return to the previous screen or press EXIT button to exit all menu.
User can reset the picture settings back to factory settings. 1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Settings 3. Press button to access Picture sub-menu. 4. Press / buttons to select RESET PICTURE and press button to display the menu. 5. Press and OK buttons to reset picture settings. 6. Press button to return to the previous screen or press Exit button to exit all menu.
Adjusting the Sound Quality 1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Settings. 3. Press / buttons to select Audio.
4. Press button to select Bass, Treble & Balance and press button again to display the menu.
5. Press buttons to choose the desired item and press buttons to make adjustments. 6. Press OK button to nish or EXIT button to exit all menu. Bass : Adjust low tone of sound. Treble : Adjust high tone of sound. Balance : Adjust the volume balance between the left and right speakers.
Choosing a Multi-Channel Television Sound in Analog TV Depending on the particular program being broadcast, you can listen to Stereo, Mono or a Secondary Audio Program (SAP). (The shown language in SAP audio is according to offered broadcast language.) 1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Settings. 3. Press / buttons to select Audio. 4. Press / buttons to select MTS and press button to display the menu. 5. Press and OK buttons to choose the desired item. 6. Press button to return to the previous screen or press EXIT button to exit all menu.
Choosing a Multi-Track Sound ( MTS ) in Digital TV Preferred Language The digital -TV transmission system is capable of simultaneous transmission of many audio tracks (for example, simultaneous translations of the program into foreign languages). 1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Settings. 3. Press / buttons to select Audio. 4. Press / buttons to select DTV Language and press button again to display the menu. 5. Press and OK buttons to choose the desired item. 6. Press button to return to the previous screen or press EXIT button to exit all menu.
Other Sound Settings 1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Settings. 3. Press / buttons to select Audio. 4. Press / button to select other items. 5. Press OK button to switch between ON and OFF. Automatic Voice Control (AVC) [ ON ]: AVC can avoid sudden increases or decreases of volume like commercials. [ OFF ]: Under special circumstances, such as opera or symphony, volume can be performed in accordance with the original sound level. TV Speaker Turn the TV Speaker on or off. (Use if your TV is connected to home theater or stereo.) 6. User can reset the audio settings back to factory settings.
Setting the Clock Setting the clock is necessary in order to use the various timer features of the TV. 1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Press the buttons to select Settings. 3. Press / buttons to select Date & Time.
4. Press button again to display the menu. 5. Press and OK buttons to move to Todays Date, Current Time and Time Zone. 6. Press OK button to select one item and use buttons to make the settings. 7. Press OK button to return to the previous screen or press EXIT button to exit all menu.
NOTE 1 : The current time will appear when you press the INFO button. NOTE 2 : When selecting Auto-Update Time, the time is set according to the broadcast. When Auto-Update is on, all other time adjustments except for Adjust for Daylight Savings Time and Time Zone are grayed out and cannot be modied by the user.
9. If the PIN number is incorrect, the menu will be appeared as below.
Child Lock A user can disable the Front Panel buttons by using the Front Panel Lock function. 1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Locks and press buttons to access the PIN Entry menu. 3. Enter your 4-digit PIN to access the Locks sub-menu. 4. Press buttons to select Front Panel Lock. 5. Press OK button to turn on or off.
Reset the Locks Settings 1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Locks and press buttons to access the PIN Entry menu. 3. Enter your 4-digit PIN to access the Locks sub-menu. 4. Press buttons to select RESET LOCKS. 5. Press button to display the menu. 6. Press buttons to reset the settings.
NOTE : All lock settings are reset, except the PIN. To reset the PIN, please enter Reset All in Settings to resume settings back to the factory mode.
Display system info. 1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Settings. 3. Press / buttons to select System Info. 4. Press button to show the info. 5. Press EXIT button to exit all menu.
Showing Program Info Data
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the buttons to select Guide. 3. Press button again to show the info. 4. Press OK to show more information. 5. Press EXIT button to exit all menu.
NOTE : Press Guide on the remote control to have a quick access to Info data. Repeatedly press Guide to show cyclic info- (a)Title Display only (b) Title and Description Display (c) Cleared
PC mode Adjustments
The VGA Settings are to allow the user to control certain VGA specic features. 1. Press INPUT button to select PC source.(see page 22) 2. Press the Menu button to display the main menu. 3. Press the buttons to select Settings. 4. Press / buttons to select VGA Settings. 5. Press button to display the menu.
6. Use buttons to make adjustments. 7. Press EXIT button to exit all menu.
DPMS : enables or disables the display power management mode when the VGA is the active input source using a checkbox. When checked, the feature is enabled. Auto Sync : automatically attempts to determine the ideal horizontal, vertical, and phase adjustments for the current VGA input signal.
PROGRAMMING REMOTE CONTROL
Direct Device Code Setup
This remote control not only provide control of this TV, but also provide control over other external devices, i.e. cable converter, satellite receiver, audio amplier, VCR and DVD player. Please follow the procedures to use programming function of this remote control:
Each code in the following pages insists 4 digits from 0 to 9.
Mode <<SET UP>> (Blink twice) <Digit> (Blink once) <Digit> (Blink once) <Digit> (Blink once) <Digit> (Blink twice) STEP 1 Locate the desired device in the Device code list in the following pages. STEP 2 Select the mode by pressing DVD, CAB/SAT, or AUX. STEP 3 Depress and hold <<SET UP>> button for a minimum of 3 seconds. When successful, this TV will blink twice after pressing <<SET UP>>. STEP 4 Enter the 4-digit code for the desired device. This TV will blink once on each digit entry, excluding the last digit. It will blink twice to conrm whether the valid code is programmed. Device Group no. ------3
TV Locked to this TV (Default) DVD Universal VCR, DVD, PVR CAB/SAT Universal Cable, Satellite, Video Accessory AUX Universal Tuner, Amplier, CD, Mini Disc. And Misc. Audio, Home Automation
Example: [DVD]<<SET UP>> (Blink twice) <1> (Blink once) <0> (Blink once) <6 > (Blink once) <1 > (Blink twice)
NOTE 1 : Each digit must be entered within 10 seconds, or the Remote Control shall exit the current programming state. NOTE 2 : Two short LED blinks indicate valid code. NOTE 3 : A long LED display indicates invalid code sequence. The code should be re-entered.
Searching for a Device Code
If none of the codes listed in Device Codes list is found, you can search for a set of commands that will work. Your Remote will sample all the codes in its system to nd one that will allow you to control your device. As the Remote searches its library, it starts with the most popular device in the category and works through to the end. To cycle through each available device code and sample its functions:
Mode <<SET UP>> (2 blinks)    (2 blinks) <Ch> <Ch> <<SET UP>> (2 blinks) STEP 1 Select the [MODE] by pressing DVD, CAB/SAT, or AUX. STEP 2 Depress and hold SET UP button for a minimum of 3 seconds until LED blinks twice. STEP 3 Enter the code(digit) sequence . The LED blinks once for every digit entered except for the last digit, where it shall blink twice to conrm that  are entered correctly. STEP 4 Press Ch repeatedly to cycle through each corresponding function until your device turns off (or on). STEP 5 Press SET UP button will store the new device code and returns to normal operation. The LED blinks twice in conrmation.
Device Group no. ------3
Example: [VCR ] <<SET UP>> (2 blinks)  (2 blinks) <Ch> <Ch> [SET UP] (2 blinks).
The following sections list the available device codes for each device mode button. If there is more than one code listed for device, enter the rst one, and try the POWER button. If the device turns on (or off), the code is correct. If it does not, try the next code. Repeat until you nd a code that works.
Adcom Aiwa Arcam Bose Carver Cinema Sound Curtis Mathes Denon Durabrand Elan GE Grunding Harman/Kardon JVC Left Coast Lenoxx Linn Luxman Magnavox Marantz McIntosh Micromega 0577,0892,0269 0892,0269,0269 Modulaire NEC Naim Nakamichi Optimus Panasonic Pass Labs Philips Pioneer Polk Audio RCA RadioShack Realistic Revox Sansui Shure Sony Soundesign Technics Victor Wards Yamaha 0013,0300,0823,0395 0308,0892,0269 0013,0300,0823 0892,0269 0013,0300,0013,0395,0815,0220,0308,0013,0078 0354,0133
Altec Lansing Cambridge Soundwirks Creative D-Link Imerge Integra Jerrold 0520 Marantz Motorola Netgear Omni Onkyo SSI Yamaha 1809,1810
ADC AMC AMW Aiwa Akai Alco Amphion Media Works Anam Apex Apex Digital Acram Audiotronic Audiovox B&K BK Bose Brix Cairm Cambridge Soundworks Capetronic Carver Casio Clarinette Classic Coby Compaq Cirtertion Curtis Mathes Daewoo Dell Delphi Denon Emerson 1563,1615 1243,1405,1388,1641,0189,0121, 0405,0158 1255,1512,0244,1563,1615 1609,1774,1257,1430 1189,1390,1627 0820,0840,0701,1229,0639,0531,0195 1189,0189,0121,1289,0042,0360, 1420 0014,0080,1142,1360,1306,0121,0004 0531,0195,0124 Fisher Garrard Gateway Go Video Grunding Harman/Kardon Hewlet Packard Hitachi Initial Inkel Integra JBL JVC KLH Kawasaki Kenwood Koss LG LXI Lasonic Lenoxx Lexicon Linn Liquid Video Lloyds Lloyds MCS Magnavox Marantz McIntosh Micromega Misubishi Modulaire 1801,0801,0042,0360,0219,0008 0463,0424 1517,1567 1352,0110,1304,1306,0891,0189,1273,0491 0842,0135,1320,1298 0110,1306 1058,1374,1495,1811,0074 1428,1390,1313,1570,1569,0186,0042,0239, 0027,0077 1497,1366,0039,0346 1189,1269,0531,1266,0189,1514, 0195,0391,1120 1189,1269,0891,0189,1289,1120, 1189,0195
Myrad NAD Nakamichi New Castle Nikko Nikkodo Norcent Nova Onkyo Optimus 1313,0097,1555,0842,0135,1320,1298,1531 1023,0531,0014,1074,0670,0121, 0186,0080,0195,0738,0801,0042, 0181,0502,0219,0158,0074,0163, 0177 1497,1308,1518,1548,1288,1316,1763,1 764,1633,0309,0367,0195,0039 1189,1269,0891,1266,0189,0391, 1120 1023,1384,0531,0014,0150,0630, 0080,0801,0244,0189,1289,1414 1254,1023,1609,1254,0531,1511,1390, 1074,0080,0360,0054,1154,0346 1609,0181 1609,0121,0186,0195,0042,0181, 0158,0163,0189 1869,1519 Samsung Sansui Sanyo Scott Sears Sharp Sharper Image Sherwood Shinsonic Siemens 1295,1500 1189,0189,0346 1801,1469,1251,0801,0360,0219 0322,0163 0195,0424 0186,1077,1653,0491,0502,0424 ENGLISH
Oritron Outlaw Audio Panasonic
Sirius Sonic Blue Sony
1811,1602,1627 1869,1532,1383 1058,1441,1258,1759,1758,1622, 1858,1658,1558,1406,0405,0474, 1349,1442,1267,1390,1074,1528,0463,0163 1308,1518,1633,0309,0842,0135,0014,0189,0080,0042,0054,0158 1406,1414 1023,0176,1176,1375,1331,1276, 1293,0857,0346
Penney Penneys Philips Pioneer Polaroid Polk Audio Proscan Quasar RCA RadioShack Realistic Regent Revox Rio Rio Audio Saba
Sounddesign Steresphonics Sunre Teac Technics Thorens Thoshiba Venturer Victor Waitec Wards XM Yamaha Yorx Zenith
A-Mark ABC Accuphase Acorn Action Active Americast Archer BCC Bell South British Telecom Century Digeo Director Fosgate GE General Instrument Gibraltar GoldStar Hamlin Hitachi Insight Jerrold Memorex Mitsubishi Motorola 0008,0144 0237,0003,0144 0476,0810,0276,0003,0008,0009 0476,0810 0476,0810,0276,0003 0476,1376,0810,0276,1187 Nova Vision Novaplex Pace Panasonic Paragon Penneys Philips Pioneer Pulsar Quasar Regal Runco Samsung Scientic Atlanta Sony Sprucer Starcom Supercable Time Waener cable Torx Toshiba US Electronics United Cable Videoway Zenith 0877,1877,0237,0008 0000,0008,0144,0107 0000,0008,1305,0317 0877,1877,0144,0000 0276,0003,0144 0877,1877,0477,0237,0003,0000, 0276,0003,0008 0276,0000,0008,0525,0899
AlphaStar Bell ExpressVu Chaparral DirecTV 0216 0566,0639,1639,1640,0247,0749, 1142,1442,0724,0819,1856,1108, 1609,0392,1392,1076,0775,1775,1005,1505 0775,1775,1005,1505 0775,1775,1005,1505 0775,1775 0566, 0392 0775,1246 0775,1775 1250,0749,0749,1749,1142,1442 0749,1749,1142,0775,1226 0724,Motorola NEC Netsat Next Level 0869,ENGLISH
Dish Network Dish Network System Dishpro Echostar Expressvu GE GOI General Instrument Goodmans HTS Hitachi Houston tracker Hughes Hughes Network Systems Innova JVC Jerrold LG Magnavox McIntosh Memorex Mitsubishi
Optimus Panasonic Paysat Philips Pioneer Primestar Proscan RCA RadioShack SKY Samsung Sanyo Sony Star Choice Star Trak Thomson Tivo Toshiba Ultimate TV Uniden Voom Zenith
0724 0701,0749,1749,1142,1442,0775,0724, 0722,0819,1076,0099 1142,0566,0392 0566,1142,1442,0775,0143,0855, 0392,1392,0566,0775,0869 0566,0775,0869 0856,0099 1142,1442,1276,1108,0639,1639,0772,0869 0566,0392 1142,1442 0749,1749,0790,1285,0819 1640,1392 0724,0856,1856
A-Mark AOC Accuscan Action Admiral Advent Adventuri Agna Aiko Akai Albatron Alde Alleron Ambassador America Action American High Amstrad Amtron Anam Apex Apex Digital Audinac Audiovox Aumark Aventura 0047,0054 0180,0030 0047,0054,0017,0051,0093,0463, 0180 0761,0783,0815,0817,0060,0702,0672,0030,0145,0812 0700,0180 0000,0000,0156,0748,0765 0156,0748,0765,0879,0451,0180,0092,0171 Brockwood Brocksonic CXC Candle Capehart Capetronic Carnivale Carver Celebrity Celera Changhong Cineral Citek Citizen Clarion Classic Colortyme Commercial Solutions Conic Contec Craig Crosley Crown Crown Mustang Curtis Mathes 0030,0178 0236,0463,0030 0017,0030,0178,0156,0765,0783,0767 0451,0054,0000,0451,0463,0180,0060, 0030,3392,0030.0092 0047,0054,0017,0060,0030,0178 0047,0180 0180,0171 0054,0000,0180,0030,0171 0093,0180,0047,0054,0154,0000,0051,0451, 0093,0180,0060,0702,0030,0178, 0145,0166,1147,1347 0451,1661,0672,0178,0092,0623, 1755,1756,0030,0178,1369 0511,0145 0017,0180,0178
Baysonic Beaumark Belcor Bell & Howell Bell and Howell BenQ Bradford
0180 0017,0030,0054,0154,0093 0054,0154,0093 1756,1032 0180
Daewoo Dayton Daytron Dell Delta Denon Dumont
Durabrand Dwin ESA Eaton Electroband Electrograph Electrohome Emerald Emerson Envision Fisher Fortress Funai Futuretech GE Gateway Gemini Gibraltar Gibralter Go Video GoldStar Goodmans Gradiente Grundig Grundy 0463,0180,0178,0171,1034,0171,0154,0000,0150,0030,0047,0154,0451,0236,0463,0180, 0150,0178,0171,0054,0154,0000,0180,0047,0000,0051,0451,0060,0030, 0178,1147,1347,1447 1755,0017,0000,0030 0017,0047,0054,0030,0053 0672,Helios Hello Kitty Hisense Hitachi Hyundai Ima Innity Inteq JBL JCB JIL JVC Jensen Jutan KEC KLH KTV Kamp Kawasho Kenwood Kloss Kloss Novabeam Konka LG LXI 0748 0047,0054,0017,0000,0051,0145, 1145 ENGLISH 0865 0236,0180,0017,0054,0053,0030,1253,0731 0761,0815,0180,0060 0156,0180,0765,0767 0463,0180,0030 0017,0180,0442,0054,1625,0060,0030,0178, 0700 0047,0054,0017,0154,0000,0156, 0051,0093,0060,0053,0030,0178, 0171,0166,0236,0180,0236,0180 0150,0030,0180,0060,0030,0092 0054,0000,0156,0093,0030,0092
Grunpy Haier Hallmark Harley Davidson Harman/Kardon Harvard Havermy Heathkit
Shivaki Siemens Signature Signature 2000 Simpson Singer Solar Drape Sony Soundesign Spectravision Squareview Starlite Studio Experience Supreme Sylvania
0054 0047,0093,0030 0030,0178 0060,1100,0017,0154,0000,0150,0053 0180,0178 0156,0236,0000 0047,0054,0154,0000,0051,0030, 0178,0092,0171 0000,0180,0178,0171 0236,0180,0000,0051,1756 0154,0706 0047,0054,0017,0051,0250,1347, 0650 0030
Totevision Toyomenka Truetone Ultra Universal V Vector Research Victor Vidikron Vidtech Viewsonic Viking Visio Vizio Wards
Symphonic TMK TNCi TVS Tandy Tatung Teac Technics Technovox
Waycon Welton Westinghouse White Westinghouse World XR1000 Yamaha York Zenith
A-Mark ABS Admiral Adventura Adyson Aiwa Akai Alba Alienware Allegro American High Amstrad Asha Astra Audiovox Avis Beaumark Bell & Howell Bell and Howell Broksonic CCE Calix Candle Canon Carrera Carver Citizen Classic Colortyme Colt Craig Criterion 0000,0037,0060,0048,0039,0047,0104,0209 0000,0037,0124,0000,0037 0175,0041 0209,0039 0035,0240 0035,0000,0000,0035,0048,0039,0104 0000,0035,0048,0039,0104 1479,0184,0121,0035,0081 1278,0000,0035,0037,0240,0035,0060,0045 0000,0072 0037,0047,0240,0072 0000,0072 Crosley Crown Curtis Mathes CyberPower Cybernex Daewoo Daytron Dell Denon Derwant DirecTV Dual Durabrand Dynatech Electrohome Electrophnic Emerald Emerex Emerson Fisher Fuji Fujitsu Funai GE Garrard Gateway Gemini Genexxa Go Video GoldStar Goodmans Gradiente 0000,0035,1035,0000,0035,0060,0162,0240, 0240 1278,0037,1972 0081,0039 0000,0240 0000,0060,0037,0240,0043,0184,1479,1278,0000,0037,0184,0240, 0121,0043,0209 0000,0039,0047,0104 0035,0000,0037,0072 1035,1060,0807,0000,0035,0060, 0048,0000,0037 0614,0240 1237,0000,0035,0037,0039 0000,0037,0081,0072 0000
Granada Grundig HI-Q HP Harley Davidson Harman/Kardon Harvard Harwood Hewleet Packard Hitachi Howard Computers Hughes Network Systems Humax Hush Hytek ITT Nokia JVC Janeil Jensen KEC KLH KTV Kenwood Kodak LG LXI Linksys Lloyds Lloyds Loewe Logik M Electronic 0081,0000,0035,1972 0089,0000,0035,0037,0045,0042, 0739,1972 0000,0047,0072 0240,0041 0067,0067,0067,0041 0035,0037 0037,0240 0000,0037,0042,0000 0000,0240,0000,0240,MEI MGA MGN Technology MTC MTX Magnasonic Magnavox Magnin Marantz Marta Matsui Matsushita Media Center PC Memorex Metz Microsoft Midland Mind Minolta Mitsubishi Movie Walker Multitech NAD NAP NEC Newtech Nikko Nikkodo Nishi Niveus Media Noblex Northgate 0035 0060,0240,0000,0240,1278,0000,0037,0240,0072 1781,0000,0618,0035,0037,0048, 0039,0081,0035,0037,0209 0035,0081,1237,0000,0035,0037,0048,0039, 0047,0162,0240,0104,0209,0807,0000,0060,0048,0047,0042,0067,00 43,0000,0039,0072 0240,0104 0035,0037,0039,0033,0042 0067,0104,ENGLISH
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