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|Glass Casket||2:57am on Sunday, October 31st, 2010|
|POLAROID 15.4" DIGITAL FLAT PANEL TV. I THINK THIS IS A GREAT SMALLER SIZE TV AND NOT TOO EXPENSIVE.|
|DoxJonnyO||8:38pm on Sunday, September 19th, 2010|
|Love this TV. Wanted a small kitchen TV and this was exactly what I needed. Nice and clear picture.|
|Adriann||6:03am on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010|
|The picture on this is nice and clear. My only issue is 1/2 the screen in darker than the other 1/2. Weird.|
|minnox11||6:07am on Saturday, June 12th, 2010|
|good poduct Good product, best for this price I guess. The only thing I found was a wrong pixel on the screen, but Im not worry for that.|
|michael_2221||1:49pm on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010|
|I received this TV in great condition, in fast delivery time. It works great in my kitchen and I would buy another for a gift. The TV is very easy to set up and use. I bought it for my sewing room and I am very satisfied with it.|
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Manual LCD Television
Questions? Need some help?
This manual should help you understand your new product. If you have questions, call our helpline number found on the insert with this icon:
Or visit www.polaroid.com.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Warnings and Precautions..1 Introduction to Your LCD TV.. 2
Cleaning Your LCD TV.... 3 Your LCD TVs Digital Tuner... 3 Package Contents.... 4 Key Features.... 5
Setting Up Your LCD TV...7
How to Remove the TV Stand.... 7 How to Remove the Stereo Speakers... 8 How to Get Started.... 9
Understanding Your LCD TV..10
Front View of TV.... 10 Back View of TV....11 Your Remote Control.... 12
Connecting Your LCD TV.... 14
Connecting Your LCD TV to A/V Devices... 14 Connecting Your LCD TV to A/V Devices with HDMI.. 15 Connecting Your LCD TV to a PC with VGA (D-Sub).. 16 Connecting Your LCD TVs Power Cord... 17
Using Your LCD TV... 18
Turning Your TV ON and OFF... 18 How to Operate Your TV for the First Time... 19 How to Operate the Main Menu.... 20 How to Customise Picture Settings... 21 How to Customise Audio Settings.... 22 How to Customise ARC- Aspect Ratio Control.. 23 How to Use Picture-in-Picture (PIP) Functions.. 24 How to Setup Analogue TV (ATV)... 25 How to Manage Your Analogue Channels... 26 How to Setup Digital TV (DTV)... 27 How to Record Digital TV (DTV) Output... 28 How to Perform Channel Scan in Digital TV (DTV) Mode... 29 How to Setup Additional DTV Features... 30 How to Setup New Channel Alertin DTV Mode.. 31 How to Use the DTV Information Banner... 32 How to Use the EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) in DTV Mode. 33 How to Manage Your Preferred Digital (DTV) Channels.. 34 How to Set Your Preferences in DTV Mode... 35 How to Use Child Lock... 36 How to Use the On Timer Feature... 37 How to Use PC and SCART Connectivity Menu... 38 How to View Your TVs Information and Reset Settings.. 39 How to Use the TELETEXT Functions.. 40
WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS
Denition of Symbols:
To prevent any injuries, use the following safety precautions during the installation, use, and maintenance of this equipment. This equipment must not be disassembled by anyone other than a qualied service professional.
Avoid risk of electric shock.
Use caution. Use these important operation and maintenance instructions.
Actions should never be performed.
Actions must be performed as directed.
Only use a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer.
Do not expose this equipment to rain or moisture. Do not remove the TVs back cover. Tampering with the TV cover may void your warranty. Opening or removing the TV cover may expose you to dangerous voltage and other hazards. Refer servicing to qualied service professionals. There are no user-serviceable parts inside the TV. Do not attempt to service the equipment yourself. Servicing by a qualied professional is required when the equipment has been damaged in any way. For example, if the power cord or plug is damaged, if liquid is spilled on the equipment, it is exposed to rain or moisture, objects fall on the equipment, or the TV does not operate normally.
Damage may result from the improper use of controls, adjustments, or procedures. Proper procedures are explained in this users manual. Only use attachments and accessories specified by the manufacturer. If wall-mounting your TV, be sure to use a VESA complaint wall-mounting kit. Always remove the power cord from the outlet before cleaning the equipment. Never use liquid or aerosol cleaners on the equipment. Clean only with a soft dry cloth. Do not place the equipment on any uneven or unstable carts, stands, tables, shelves etc. The equipment may fall, causing serious injury and/or serious damage to the equipment itself.
Handle this equipment and stable cart or stand with care. When moving this equipment and stable cart or stand, quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause them to overturn or fall.
This product contains electrical or electronic materials. The presence of these materials may, if not disposed of properly, have potential adverse effects on the environment and human health. Presence of this label on the product means it should not be disposed of as unsorted waste and must be collected separately. As a consumer, you are responsible for ensuring that this product is disposed of properly. To nd out how to properly dispose of this product, please go to www.polaroid.com and click on Company or call the customer service number for your country listed in the instruction manual.
This TV incorporates High-Denition Multimedia Interface (HDMITM) technology. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Denition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
Cleaning Your LCD TV
There are no parts which can be serviced or cleaned inside the TVs cabinet.
You can increase the life of your LCD display by taking the following precautions: Before cleaning, always disconnect the power line and all connection cables. Do not use any solvents, caustic 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 discolouration.
Your LCD TVs Digital Tuner
The UK is going Digital!
Find out if you already have a digital signal or when your area will switch off the old signal by visiting: http://www.digitaluk.co.uk/ Even if you dont have a digital signal yet, it will be coming to you soon. In the meantime, if you are having problems getting good reception, call our helpline customer service number. Look for the insert with the phone icon at the bottom of this page for the service number for your area.
Questions about your TVs features?
Call our helpline customer service number. Look for the insert with this icon: Or visit www.polaroid.com.
Your LCD TV package should have all of the following materials.
Remote Control and 2 AAA Batteries
Component Video Cables (Red, Green, Blue)
Composite A/V Cables (Yellow, Red, White) Documents
AC Power Cord*
Quick Start Guide Worldwide Contact Insert Warranty Card Users Manual
These items are all you need to set up and operate your LCD TV in its basic conguration. *Note: The Power Cord may differ depending on country.
Make sure all of the above materials are included in the box. If you are missing any items, please contact the Polaroid customer service department using the Polaroid Contact insert.
Built-In Digital TV Tuner
Digital Tuner gives you access to the latest broadcast technology that features digitally crisp picture and sound. The UK is going Digital! Find out if you already have a digital signal or when your area will switch off the old signal by visiting: http://www.digitaluk.co.uk/ Even if you dont have a digital signal yet, it will be coming to you soon. In the meantime, if you are having problems getting good reception, call our helpline customer service number. Look for the insert with the phone icon at the bottom of this page for the service number for your area.
Improved Digital Teletext Services (MHEG-5)
Bring faster access to on-screen interactive information & services.
7-day Electronic Programme Guide
Makes it easy to plan your viewing schedule.
Dual HDMI Connectivity
Lets you connect multiple HD sources, bringing you the best available picture and audio from your home entertainment center.
HD-Ready Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Offers amazing picture quality when connected to an HD source or digital signal.
Polaroid Denia Video Processor with Digital Noise Reduction
Increases sharpness and reduces imperfections for a pure, true-to-life picture.
3D Comb Filter with Motion Adaptation
Provides intricate picture detail and realistic colour.
Allows you to view two programs simultaneously when connected to two A/V sources.
Key Features (Continued)
Wide-Range Stereo Speakers
Deliver dynamic sound with crystal clear highs and powerful bass.
Detachable Speakers with Dedicated Subwoofer Output
Provide maximum exibility and a design to t your space and style.
Automatic Volume Control Option
Reduces volume increases during commercial breaks.
It is simple with the use of the VGA (D-sub) input.
Detachable TV Stand
Easy to remove if you prefer to wall-mount your TV.
Energy Efcient Power Switch
Allows you to conserve energy when the TV is not in use.
Multilingual On-Screen Display, Remote Control & Sleep Timer
Features provide the convenience and functionality that you need.
Call our toll-free customer service number. Look for the insert with this icon: Or visit www.polaroid.com.
Setting Up Your LCD TV
How to Remove the TV Stand from Your LCD TV If you prefer to mount your new Polaroid TV on a wall, please reference the instructions included in the wallmounting kit (sold separately).
To mount your TV, verify what size VESA standard wall-mounting kit should be used by looking at the Specications page in this Users Manual. Only the wall-mounting kit specied should be used with your TV. Contact a qualied technician for assistance when installing the wall-mounting kit.
To remove the TV stand from your LCD TV, follow the instructions below.
To prevent damaging the surface of the LCD TV, place the TV face down on a stable surface, covered by a soft cloth.
Remove the 4 screws that secure the stand to the LCD TV.
Remove the stand from the LCD TV and put it in a safe place. If you would also like to remove the stereo speakers before mounting the TV to the wall, please look at the following page for instructions. For Wall-Mounting: Using the instructions provided in the VESA standard wall-mounting kit, secure the stand to the TV with all of the screws supplied in the wall-mounting kit. To reattach the TV stand, follow these instructions in reverse.
Need help setting up your TV?
Setting up Your LCD TV
How to Remove the Stereo Speakers from Your LCD TV
Before removing the speakers, rst follow the instructions on the previous page to remove the TV stand.
To remove the Stereo Speakers from your LCD TV, follow the instructions below.
When the speakers are removed, the speakers will not produce sound.
Remove the 4 screws on the speaker brackets and put the speaker brackets and screws in a safe place.
Remove the 4 screws on the speaker box.
Disconnect the 2 sets of speaker cables and put the speaker box and screws in a safe place.
Youve successfully removed the speakers from your TV. Now use the instructions on the previous page and/or the instructions included in your wall-mounting kit (not included) to mount your television. To reattach the speakers, follow these instructions in reverse.
How to Get Started
Connect your aerial lead (not supplied) to your TV or use Component or Composite video cables with Composite audio cables to connect to your cable or satellite box. Refer to the section entitled Connecting your LCD TV in this Users Manual for other methods for connecting your LCD TV.
Connect the supplied AC power cord to the back of your LCD TV. Then connect the other end of the AC power cord to the wall outlet.
Insert the two supplied AAA batteries into the remote control, using the instructions below.
Slide the back cover down to open the battery compartment of the remote control.
Insert two AAA batteries. Make sure to match the (+) and (-) ends of the batteries to the (+) and (-) ends indicated in the battery compartment. Slide the cover back into place.
Connect any other audio/video equipment to your LCD TV, using the instructions in the section entitled Connecting Your LCD TV in this Users Manual.
Questions about your remote control?
Understanding Your LCD TV
Front View of TV
A blue indicator light comes on when the power is ON. A purple indicator light comes on when in the standby PC mode. A red indicator light comes on when in TV standby mode. When the TV power is completely turned off (using the Energy Efcient AC Power Switch), the indicator light will also turn off.
(Aspect Ratio Control) Press to adjust the display mode (I.E. Panoramic, 16:9, Zoom, etc.) In OSD menu, press to exit the OSD Menu.
Press to adjust the volume up and down. In the OSD menu, press to select different main-menu items and change the values for items.
AC Power Switch Turns main power ON and OFF.
Change the channel up and down. In the OSD menu, press to select a sub-menu item.
Press once to display the OSD (On-Screen Display) menu. Press again exit.
Press to choose from different input signal sources.
Press to turn LCD TV On or to enter Standby. TV Status
OFF (AC Power Switch is OFF) Standby (Passive) Power ON (TV, Video, or PC Mode) Standby (Active--only available in PC mode)
LED Indicator Light Status
Off Red Blue Purple
The TV Function Buttons control your TVs basic features. You can use these to adjust the onscreen display (OSD) items, like features in the main menu or sub-menu. To use more advanced features, you must use the remote control.
Your Remote Control
Put the LCD TV in or out of Standby Mode
TELETEXT Press the button to show the TELETEXT Service Toggle between TEXT / MIX / PAT / OFF INDEX ATV (Analogue): Go to page100 (TELETEXT reset) DTV (Digital): Display info when banner is on HOLD Press to stop auto TELETEXT page change INTERRUPT Switch to TV when waiting for required text page REVEAL Display hidden info (i.e. solutions for puzzle or quiz) EXPAND
Enlarge the top 1/2 or bottom 1/2 of TELETEXT page
TIME/SUB-PAGE Press to access to your desired sub-page RED/GREEN/YELLOW/BLUE
ATV (Analogue): Display recording setting & user prole (Direct page access for Teletext) DTV (Digital): Function keys for DTV mode.
CH Change the channel up and down 0-9 Enter digits numerically VOL + and Increases and decreases volume on your TV RTN Return to previously viewed channel or source MUTE Press once to mute the audio Press again to restore the audio APC (Automatic Picture Control) Toggle between Normal / Cinema / Dynamic.
Do not use any cleaners (porcelain, stainless steel, toilet, or oven cleaner etc.) on the remote control beause it may result in damage to the remote control.
Your Remote Control (Continued)
ARC (Aspect Ratio Control) In Video mode, toggle picture mode between Auto Image / Panoramic / 16:9 / 14:9 / 4:3 / Zoom In VGA (PC) mode, toggle picture mode between 16:9 / 4:3 OK In OSD menu, setup a function or enter a sub-menu In OSD menu (DTV or ATV), scroll through and access menu items. EXIT Press to exit the OSD menu or sub-menu MENU Display the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu or return to a layer of menu
Switch to SCART1 / SCART2 / SCART2 S
Switch to Composite / S-VIDEO / Component Select either Analogue TV or Digital TV
Switch to VGA / HDMI 1/ HDMI 2 SLEEP SUB-TITLE GUIDE
Select a time to automatically turn off your TV. Timer can be set 00 to 120 minutes in 10 minute intervals. ATV (Analogue): show information. DTV (digital): toggle SUB-TITLE On/Off
ATV (Analogue): press to navigate DTV (digital): display 7 days EPG Select sound according to different TV broadcasts
PIP ON/OFF POSITION SIZE
Enable or disable PIP viewing picture Toggle PIP mode between PIP / OFF Move PIP sub-picture position Toggle PIP sub-picture size: Small / Middle / Large Toggle A/V source between primary window & PIP sub-window. Select PIP input source: HDMI 1/ HDMI 2 / TV / DTV / SCART1 / SCART2 / SCART2 S / Composite / Component / S-VIDEO
Audio/Video Swap SOURCE
Connecting Your LCD TV
Connecting Your LCD TV to A/V Devices
This TV offers many different options for connecting your A/V devices. Connecting your device to your TV using higher quality video connections will bring you a better viewing experiece. The bar below shows the best viewing options in sequence from best to basic.
Choose different audio effects for your TV. Automatically adjust the volume by lowering the speaker output when the volume is high or by raising the speaker output when the volume is low. Switch to ON or OFF to enable or disable the AVC function. Can be used to reduce unwanted volume increases during commercial breaks. Adjust the relative volume of the speakers with a multiple speaker system. Choose your preferred Audio Scenerio. The BASS and TREBLE can only be adjusted when EQUALIZER is set in INDIVIDUAL mode.
Neutral: Movie: Music: Individual: Preset original sound Emphasizes live sound for movies Enhanced sound quality for music Customised sound mode
Control the relative intensity of lower-pitched sounds. Control the relative intensity of higher-pitched sounds
How To Customise ARC - Aspect Ratio Control
Press the ARC button to change to a different picture format on the screen.
When connected to certain sources, some modes maybe unavailable.
In this mode, the TV can automatically select the best aspect ratio for the broadcast.
Displays at 4:3 aspect ratio for traditional broadcasts for nonwidescreen viewing in the correct proportions. There will be black strips on both sides of the screen.
Display 14:9 broadcasts in the correct proportions. There will be black strips on both sides of the screen.
Display 16:9 broadcasts in the correct proportions. Can also expand the width of 4:3 broadcasts evenly to ll the 16:9 screen. There maybe black strips at the top and bottom or sides of the screen.
Expand 4:3 broadcasts to t the 16:9 screen by expanding the image at the edges of the screen. This creates less distortion at the centre of the screen.
Display broadcasts in letter box format in the correct proportions. The top and bottom of the images are slightly cropped.
How To Customise APC - Automatic Picture Control
Press the APC button on the remote control repeatedly to cycle through the APC settings. The button toggles through the different screen brightness options Normal / Cinema / Dynamic.
NORMAL CINEMA Select this mode in a normal environment Select this mode in a dark environment
DYNAMIC Select this mode in a bright environment
NOTE: In VGA (PC) sources, only the 16:9 and 4:3 formats will be available.
How To Use Picture-in-Picture (PIP) Functions
Use these buttons on the remote control to use the PIP functions.
ON/OFF POSITION SIZE SWAP VIDEO SWAP AUDIO
Select a mode of the PIP mode. Press repeatedly to turn PIP ON or OFF. Move the sub-picture from corner to corner on the TV screen. Press repeatedly to change the POSITION. Select a size of the sub-picture: Small--Middle--Large. Press repeatedly to change the SIZE.
Interchange the picture of main source and sub source. Interchange the voice of main source and sub source. SOURCE Select a second source: HDMI / TV / DTV / SCART1 / SCART2 / SCART2 S / Composite / Component / S-VIDEO as the sub picture. NOTES: The LCD TV has to be connected two AV sources at least, and then PIP function can be activated. To change channels in PIP picture, please switch PIP picture to main picture.
PIP Mode Table
This table shows what types of sources can work in main picture and PIP picture. Main means main source and Sub means sub source. The symbol O means both main source and sub source can operate.
NICAM/A2 (IGR) Broadcast Selection
Depending on the particular program being broadcast, you can press the SOUND button to listen to different language sources. Under different systems, broadcast function will show differently.
Sound A Sound B Mono Stereo
Send the primary broadcast language to the speakers Send the secondary broadcast language to the speakers Provides mono sound Provides stereo sound
How to Setup Analogue TV (ATV)
With the power turned on, press the TV button to select ATV mode and enter Analogue TV mode. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the on-screen Main Menu. Use the or buttons to select Channel Options and press. Use the or buttons to highlight your desired option. Press OK to enter the Sub-Menu.
The OSD screen will vary based on different functions. Refer to the Message Bar to adjust your favourite settings.
Press OK to conrm your setting.
Press MENU to return to the previous menu, or press EXIT to exit the menu.
MAIN MENU OPTION SUB-MENU OPTION SUB-MENU OPTION SUB-MENU OPTION MAIN MENU OPTION SUB-MENU OPTION SUB-MENU OPTION SUB-MENU OPTION SUB-MENU OPTION SUB-MENU OPTION MAIN MENU OPTION Automatic Program Search Country Start Channel Scan Return Channel Management Sort Delete Rename Add/Change Return Reset Search and store all available channels. Choose a county. Start scanning all channels. Return to previous menu. Manage the channels to your own preferences. Set the channel order according to your preference. Delete the selected channel. Rename the selected channel. Add or ne tune a selected channel. Return to the previous menu. You can reset all settings to their original default settings, except the scanned channels.
How to Manage Your Analogue Channels: Rename, Sort, Delete
With the power turned on, in ATV Analogue TV mode, press TV button to select ATV mode. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the on-screen Main Menu. Use the buttons to select Channel Options and press OK. Use the buttons to highlight Channel Management and press OK to enter the edit menu. Use the button to highlight Rename and press OK to enter the Channel Naming menu. In the Channel Naming menu, press or to select the programme that you want to rename and then press OK to edit the name. Press the button to enter the name display area (5 characters) and press or to choose the characters and then press OK to confirm.
Press MENU to return to the Main Menu, or press EXIT to exit the menu.
NOTE: To sort or delete, please select your preferred item in the sub-menu and follow above steps.
How to Setup Digital TV (DTV)
With the power turned on, press TV button to select DTV mode. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the on-screen Main Menu. Use the buttons to select Channel Options and press. Use the buttons to highlight your desired option. Press OK to enter the sub-menu.
MAIN MENU OPTION MAIN MENU OPTION SUB-MENU OPTION SUB-MENU OPTION SUB-MENU OPTION MAIN MENU OPTION MAIN MENU OPTION MAIN MENU OPTION DTV Output Recording Channel Scan Country Conrm Return Setup New Channel Alert Reset Record all available channels. Start scanning all channels. Choose a country. Scan and erase old info. Return to the previous menu. Setup some DTV settings. Informs you of new channels becoming available. You can reset all settings to their original default settings, except the scanned channels.
How to Record Digital TV (DTV) Output
With the power turned on, in DTV mode, press SOURCE button to choose desired source. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the on-screen Main Menu. Use the buttons to select Channel Options and press. Use the buttons to highlight DTV Output Recording.* Press OK to enter the setting mode.
*NOTE: To use DTV recording, a video recording device must be connected to the TV in advance. This feature locks a channel during recording for a set period of time. Only one channel may be recorded at a time.
Have questions about your TVs menus?
How to Perform Channel Scan in Digital TV (DTV) Mode
With the power turned on, press TV button to select DTV mode. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the on-screen Main Menu. Use the buttons to select Channel Options and press. Use the buttons to highlight Channel Scan. Press OK to enter the sub-menu. Press to Country and press OK. Use the buttons to select your desired country and press OK. Press to highlight Confirm* and press OK. If you want perform the DTV scan, press OK to start DTV scan.
MAIN MENU IN ATV MODE
NOTE: For example, if you want to set 10 minutes for TV on after, press numeric buttons 0010 on the remote. If you do not do the Conrm in step 6, it is not completed. The picture of Preferences in ATV is different from the one in DTV. Child Lock and Change PIN are only offered in ATV mode.
How to Use PC and SCART Connectivity Menu
With the power turned on, press PC/HD button to select VGA mode. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the on-screen Main Menu. Use the buttons to select Connectivity and press. Press the button to highlight PC. Press OK to enter the sub-menu. Use the buttons to highlight your desired option and press OK. Use the buttons to make adjustments and press OK.
PC: The option of PC in the main menu of Connectivity only appears in VGA mode. Sub-Menu Options: Auto Image H Position V Position Phase Clock Return Automatically adjust picture Adjust the horizontal position of the picture Adjust the vertical position of the picture Adjust the picture phase Adjust the width of the picture Return to the main menu
Main Menu (In any mode, except for VGA mode)
Scart1 Output: Output SCART1 signal - TV / Composite / S-VIDEO / DTV
Scart2 Output: Output SCART2 signal - TV / Composite / S-VIDEO / DTV
Your current PC resolution and frequency appears, when PC is connected. To adjust the PC resolution, follow these steps:
Connect your PC and turn the power on. Use buttons to highlight your desired option and press OK on the remote control.
Notes: Wide mode selection will appear in some specific PC resolutions of 1024x768, 1280x768, 1360x768, 640x350 & 720x400. Auto mode is strongly recommended.
How to View Your TVs Information and Reset Your Settings Information:
With the power turned on, in any mode, press SOURCE button to select desired source.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the on-screen Main Menu. Use the buttons to select Information. You can also use the SUB-TITLE button to select Information.
Press OK, MENU, or EXIT to exit the menu.
Panel Res. Main Source Main Format Sub Source Sub Format Sound Mode APC Mode ARC Mode Display the TVs panel resolution Display the source of the main picture Main picture input format Display the source of the sub-picture Sub-picture input format Display the sound mode information Display the APC mode information Display the ARC mode infor
You can reset all of your TVs settings to their original default settings, except scanned channels. Follow the instructions below to reset your settings.
With the power turned on, in any mode, press MENU button. Use the buttons to select Channel Options. Use buttons to highlight Reset and press OK when nished.
Press EXIT to exit the menu.
Reset (In Analogue ATV mode)
Reset (In Digital DTV mode)
How to Use the TELETEXT Functions
TELETEXT is an information service broadcast offered by some TV stations (depending on the country) which gives upto-the-minute information, news, weather, television programs, share prices, subtitles, and so on. This TV has 100 Teletext page number memories.
With the power turned on, in any mode, select a TV station on which TELETEXT is transmitted.
Press the TELETEXT button on the remote control to display the TELETEXT screen. Display: Two page numbers, TV station name, date, and time are displayed on the screens headline. The rst page number indicates your selection and the second page number shows the current page being displayed.
Press TELETEXT to toggle between the following text modes: TEXT/ MIX/ PAT/ OFF.
PAT Mode (Picture & Text)
TELETEXT Page Selection:
Enter the required TELETEXT page as a three-digit number. Display: The selected page number is displayed at the top left corner of the screen. The TELETEXT page counter searches until the selected page number is located. The desired page is displayed on the screen.
Use CH buttons or
buttons to select the preceding or following page.
Use RED/ GREEN/ YELLOW/ BLUE buttons on the remote control to perform Fastext movement. Display: Four subject-heading pages can be selected quickly by pressing the corresponding coloured buttons Red/ Green/ Yellow/ Blue on the remote control.
How to Use the TELETEXT Functions TELETEXT Remote Control Functions:
Press the INDEX button on the remote control to display the Index Page and the list of INDEX TELETEXT contents.
1 Press the REVEAL button once to display concealed information, such as solutions
REVEAL to riddles, puzzles, or a quiz. 2 Press the REVEAL button again to conceal the revealed answer.
1 While watching a TV program with TELETEXT, press the TIME button. The current
time information will be displayed on the screen. 2 The time information will disappear after pressing the TIME button again. SUB-PAGE: Press the TIME button to stop the running Teletext page and enter your sub-page number.
The TELETEXT page you selected may contain more information than what is displayed on the screen; the rest of the information will be displayed on a sub-page. 1 Press the HOLD button on the remote control to stop automatic page change. Display: The STOP symbol will be displayed at the top left-hand corner of the screen and the automatic page change will stop. HOLD 2 Press the HOLD button again to continue. In the TELETEXT mode, pressing the INTERRUPT button on the remote will switch the screen to the TV mode while waiting for the text page you required. 1 Select required page number in TELETEXT mode. 2 Press the INTERRUPT button on the remote control to switch to TV mode while waiting for the text page. A small blue box displaying ??? will appear in the upper left corner. 3 When required text page is found, the required page number will appear in the blue box. INTERRUPT 4 Press the INTERRUPT button again to return to TELETEXT mode.
1 Press the EXPAND button to enlarge the top half of the page. 2 Press the EXPAND button again to enlarge the bottom half of the page. EXPAND 3 Press the EXPAND button again to return to the normal display.
Double the size of the text.
NOTE: On-Screen Display (OSD) adjustments are not available in TELETEXT mode.
LCD Specications Panel Size Brightness Contrast Ratio Resolution Inputs Composite A/V Component (YPbPr) S-Video with Audio VGA (D-Sub) with Audio HDMI with Audio Composite A/V Output RF Input SCART Input Power Source Power Consumption Dimensions & Weight (HxWxD) VESA wall-mount size LCD Specications Panel Size Brightness Contrast Ratio Resolution Inputs Composite A/V Component (YPbPr) S-Video with Audio VGA (D-Sub) with Audio HDMI with Audio Composite A/V Output RF Input SCART Input Power Source Power Consumption Dimensions & Weight (HxWxD) VESA wall-mount size 32 (80 cm) 500 cd/m2 1200:x 2 AC 100~240V, 50/60HZ <180W 651.5 x 828 x 240mm, 22kg 200 x (94cm) 500 cd/m2 1000:x 2 AC 100~240V, 50/60HZ <190W 722.5 x 947 x 240mm, 25kg 200 x 100
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LCD Specications Panel Size Brightness Contrast Ratio Resolution Inputs Composite A/V Component (YPbPr) S-Video with Audio VGA (D-Sub) with Audio HDMI with Audio Composite A/V Output RF Input SCART Input Power Source Power Consumption Dimensions & Weight (HxWxD) VESA wall-mount size 42 (106.68cm) 500 cd/m2 1500:x 2 AC 100~240V, 50/60HZ <310W 816 x 1067 x 270mm, 36.1kg 638 x 310
Have questions about your TVs specications?
There is no picture or sound. Make sure the AC cord is connected Make sure AC Power Switch is turned on. Verify that there is a valid source signal. Make sure the correct input mode is selected. There is no picture from AV. Make sure the BRIGHTNESS is properly adjusted. Make sure the video source is properly connected to desired source. Make sure the correct input mode is selected. The uorescent lamp may have reached the end of its life. Contact an authorized service center. There is no sound. Make sure the volume is not set to minimum. Make sure the sound is not muted Make sure that headphones are not connected.
There is no picture or sound , just noise. The source signal may be weak. Your provider may be experiencing difculties. Check your input connections.
Picture is not clear. The source signal may be weak. The provider may be experiencing difculties. Check input connections.
Need help troubleshooting?
Picture is light or improperly tinted. Check the Hue, Saturation and Colour adjustments. Reset the TV to the factory default settings.
The picture is too dark. Select a different APC mode. Check the Brightness of Picture Settings. The uorescent lamp may have reached the end of its life. Contact an authorized service center.
Remote control does not work. Install new batteries. Make sure the remote sensor window isnt blocked. Make sure the system is in the right mode (TV, PC/HD, VIDEO, SCART)
There are stripes on the screen or colours fade. There may be interference from other appliances. (e.g. microwave ovens, mobile phones, etc.) There may be interference between the video source cable and the power cable. Make sure the power and video cables are not touching.
Static or other external interference may cause the LCD TV to behave abnormally. If this occurs, unplug the power supply cord from the outlet and plug it in again. If the problems persist, disconnect the power from the wall and the back of the TV and consult a qualied technician.
The picture is not sharp. The signal source may be weak. The provider may be experiencing difculties. Check input connections. Check the Sharpness of Picture Settings.
The picture moves. The source signal may be weak. The provider may be experiencing difculties. Check input connections.
The picture is doubled or tripled. The source signal may be weak. Check input connections.
The picture is spotted. There may be interference from other appliances nearby or around the LCD TV. (e.g. microwave ovens, mobile phones, etc.)
Call our helpline number found on the insert with this icon:
Outdoor Antenna Safety Instructions
If an outdoor antenna is connected, follow the precautions below: An outdoor antenna should not be located in any area where it could come in contact with overhead power lines, or any other electric light or power circuits. When installing an outdoor antenna system, extreme caution should be taken to prevent contact with power lines. Direct contact with power lines may be fatal and should be avoided at all costs.
Section 810 of National Electrical Code (NEC) provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
Antenna lead-in wire
Antenna discharge unit (NEC section 810-20) Electric service equipment
Grounding conductors (NEC section 810-20)
Power service grounding (NEC Art250 part H) NEC : National Electrical code
EXAMPLE OF OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Safety Instructions... 1 Antenna Safety Instructions...4
Chapter 1 Introducing the LCD TV
Package Contents...6 Setting Your LCD TV.... 7 Your LCD TV....8 Remote Control...11
Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Connecting a TV Cable or Aerial...14 Connecting a DVD Player...17 Connecting a VCR & Video Camera...18 Connecting a TV box and satellite Receiver..19 Connecting an Audio Receiver...20
Chapter 3 Using The Features
Basic Operation....21 OSD Menu Operation... 22 The Video Settings....23 The Audio Settings....23 The Setup Settings....24 The Parantal Settings.... 25 The Screen Settings....25 Using The DVD Features....26
Make sure all of the following contents are included. LCD TV
Remote Control/ AAA Batteries x 2
POWER CH LIST SUBTITLE
INFO P MODE
Quick Start Guide
These items are all you need to set up and operate the LCD TV in its basic conguration.
Make sure all of the above contents are included in the package. If you are missing any items, please contact the Polaroid customer service department.
Setting Up Your LCD TV
How to install the TV Stand Follow the instructions below to install the TV stand: Open the box, and make sure all necessary parts are in the box. The package contains:
Cover an even stable surface with a soft cloth. Place the LCD TV unit facedown on the cloth. Fit the stand onto the bottom of the LCD TV unit as shown:
Then push until the stand clicks into the LCD TVs stand socket.
To Remove the LCD TVs stand socket for wall mounting: Ensure the stand base is removed. For wall mounting the stand socket attached to the back of the TV should be detached. Using a Phillips screwdriver remove the screw which is inside the stand socket. The stand socket section should then slide off the locator rod connected to the TV. To attach this LCD TV to a wall a standard 100x100 VESA mounting bracket is required. 7
How to setup the TV
Use a supplied antenna cable to connect the VHF/UHF signal to the LCD TVs ANT. terminal (refer to page 15-18). Connect the AC power cord at the back of the TV and connect the power cord to wall outlet.
Insert the 2 batteries supplied in remote control.
Slide the back cover up to open the battery compartment of the remote control.
Insert two AAA size batteries. Make sure to match the (+) and ( - ) ends of the batteries with the (+) and ( - ) ends indicated in the battery compartment. Slide the cover back into place.
Do not use caustic cleaners (porcelain, stainless steel, toilet, or oven cleaner etc.) on the remote, as it may suffer damage.
Connect other an external AV device (refer to page 19-25).
Your LCD TV
Front/Left /Right Side View and Controls
Right Side View
Left Side View
IR Infrared Receiver LED The LED light indicates when the LCD TV is activated.
VOLUME+Adjusts the volume up and down. Selects the main-menu item and change values for items when in the OSD mode.
Connects to the external headphone for private listening.
CHANNEL Scans up and down through channels. Selects sub-menu item when in the OSD mode.
MENU Press once to display the OSD (on screen display), press again to turn the OSD off.
INPUT Chooses from different input signal sources.
Turns the LCD TV on and into standby mode. 9
Rear View and Jacks
1 AC IN / Power Switch
Connects the AC power cord to this socket./ Make sure that this switch is in the ON position (Red LED light will show on the bottom centre of the TV). Connect to external equipment with scart socket. This scart input allows audio and CVBS/YC/RGB+CVBS. RGB,S-VIDEO from an external devise to be shown on your TV. Connects to the S- VIDEO output sockets and Audio output sockets on your video equipment. Connects to the composite A/V output sockets on your video equipment. Connects to the component (Y, Pb, Pr) video sockets and audio (L/R) sockets of your DVD player, HDTV, or video equipment. Connects to a PC or other devices with a VGA interface.
2 AV1 SCART 3 AV2 S-VIDEO/AUDIO (L/R) 4 AV3 VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R) 5 AV4 Y, Pb, Pr /AUDIO(L/R) 6 AV5 PC/VGA IN/PC AUDIO IN 7 AV6 HDMI IN 8 DIGITAL OUT 9 VHF/UHF IN
Connects to devices with a HDMI interface. Connects to digital out socket on external digital audioequipment. Connects RF input from VHF/UHF antenna or cable to receive high/standard definition television.
Your Remote Control
Turns the LCD TV on and into standby mode.
Mutes and restores your LCD TV sound.
Pressing enter ATV (analogue) or Digital (DTV) Mode.
Select and switch to a channel by using 0-9 buttons.
In DTV mode,pressing GUIDE key displays the electronic program guide on the screen.
Changes the channels up and down.
Increases and decreases volume.
Sets the LCD TV sleep time. - Press the SLEEP button to select the number of minutes. followed by 15, 30, 60minutes and off. The timer begins to count down from the number of minutes selected. a.To check the remaining sleep time, press the SLEEP button once. b.To cancel the sleep time, repeatedly press the SLEEP button until the display off appears. c. If you turn the set off after setting the sleep timer, the setting will be erased.
Display all channel list & name.
Press the SUBTITLE key to display the subtitle which is broadcast with the program on the screen.
RF switch (not included)
A IN B
2 set signal splitter (not included)
Cable TV Line
Cable TV converter/ descrambler (not included)
The RF switch (not included) is required to provide two inputs (A and B). Setting the RF switch to position A allows viewing of all unscrambled channels by using the TV channel keys. Setting the RF switch to position B allows viewing of all scrambled channels via the converter/descrambler by using the converter channel keys.
Use a supplied antenna cable to connect the TV signal to the LCD TVs TV CABLE terminal.
Connect the AC power cord at the back of the TV and connect the power cord to wall outlet.
Press the POWER button on your remote to turn on your LCD TV. a. After connecting an aerial to your LCD TV and connecting the mains cable to the TV and 230VAC mains socket, turn the POWER SWITCH of rear TV on, a red light will show on the front centre panel of the TV. b. Press the POWER button, the red light will change to green and the First Time Installation screen will show: 1. Make sure an aerial is tted then press OK button on the remote to start the Auto Programme Scan (APS). 2. In a short while you will see the TV programmes briey as each channel is received and stored in the memory. When APS is completed BBC1 will show, press CH+/- buttons to view the other channels stored. c. To power off press the POWER button, the green light will change to red.
Press the SOURCE button and choose TV or DTV mode then press OK to select.
Connecting a DVD Player
Rear of TV
Audio Audio (R) ( L)
METHOD A (AV4 ) Use a Component cable to connect the (Y Pb Pr ) sockets on the DVD player to your LCD TV. Use an audio cable to connect the DVDs audio sockets to your LCD TV. METHOD B (AV2) Use an Audio cable to connect the DVDs audio output sockets to your LCD TV. Use a S-Video cable to connect your LCD TV and DVD player. METHOD C (AV3) Use an A/V cable to connect the DVDs composite output sockets to your LCD TV. METHOD D (AV1) Use a SCART cable to connect the DVDs SCART socket to the LCD TVs SCART socket. Connect all power INPUTs before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or other connected equipments.
Press the POWER button to turn on your LCD TV.
To watch DVD, press the INPUT button to select AV1,AV2, AV3,AV4.
Connecting a VCR&Video Camera
Audio Audio (R) (L )
METHOD A (AV2) Use an Audio cable to connect the VCRs/ the Video Cameras audio output sockets to your LCD TV. Use a S-Video cable to connect your LCD TV and VCR player/ video camera. METHOD B (AV3) Use an A/V cable to connect the VCRs/ video cameras composite output sockets to your LCD TV. METHOD C (AV1) Use a SCART cable to connect the VCRs SCART socket to the LCD TV s SCART socket. Connect all power INPUTs before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or other connected equipments. Press the POWER button to turn on your LCD TV. To watch video camera, press the INPUT button to select AV2 or AV3.
To watch VCR, press the INPUT button to select AV1, AV2 or AV3.
Not all cameras have the ability to connect to a TV. Please check your video camera user guide for compatibility.
Connecting a TV Cable Box or Satellite Receiver
Audio Audio (R) (L)
Satellite antenna cable
TV CABLEBOX TV CABEL BOX
Method A(AV4) : Use a Component cable to connect the Y/Pb/Pr sockets on the TV Cable Box to your LCD TV. Use an Audio cable to connect TV cable boxs audio output sockets to LCD TV. Method B(AV2) : Use an Audio cable to connect the TV Cable Boxs audio output sockets to your LCD TV. Use a S-Video cable to connect your LCD TV and TV Cable Box. Method C(AV3) : Use an AV cable to connect the TV Cable Boxs composite output sockets to your LCD TV.
Method D(AV5) : Use a VGA 15 pins cable to connect the TV Cable Boxs RGB output sockets to your LCD TV. Use a 3.5mm socket to RCA adapter cable for connecting audio.
Method E(AV1) : Use a SCART cable to connect the TV Cable Boxs SCART socket to the LCD TVs SCART socket. Method F(AV6) : Use a HDMI cable to connect the Satellite Receiver HDMI connector to your LCD TV. Connect all power INPUTs before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or other connected equipments. Press the POWER button to turn on your LCD TV.
To watch TV cable box, press the INPUT button to select AV1, AV2, AV3, AV4 ,AV5. To watch programs satellite receiver, press the INPUT button repeatedly to select AV6.
Connecting an Audio Receiver
Use an audio cable to connect the audio receivers audio LINE IN sockets to LCD TV s DIGITAL OUT sockets. Connect all power INPUTs before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or other connected equipments. Press the POWER button to turn on your LCD TV.
Chapter 3 Using the LCD TV
Chapter 3 USING THE FEATURES
Tuning in the TV channels After connecting an aerial to your LCD TV and connecting the mains cable to the TV and 230VAC mains socket, turn the POWER SWITCH of rear TV on, a red light will show on the front centre panel of the TV. Press the POWER button, the red light will change to green and the First Time Installation screen will show: 1. Make sure an aerial is fitted then press OK button on the remote to start the Auto Programme Scan (APS).
2.In a short while you will see the TV programmes briefly as each channel is received and stored in the memory. When APS is completed BBC1 digital TV will show, press CH+/buttons to view the other channels stored.When finished ATV scan.TV will Auto change to DTV do the first installation channel. To view analogue TV press INPUT button and use the up / down arrow buttons to select TV and then Press the OK button.Change channels by pressing the CH +/- buttons. To power off press the POWER button, the green light will change to red. Selecting a INPUT Press the INPUT button to display the function required (TV/AV).Using the arrow buttons on the remote highlight the function required and press the OK button to select the function. Select TV Channel Press the CH.+/- button on the remote control and the CH.+/-button on the LCD TV to change the TV channels. You can directly select the TV channel required by pressing 1,2 or 3 etc on the remote button pad. Adjusting the Volume Press the VOL. +/ button on the remote control or the VOL. +/- button on the LCD TV to adjust the volume. To Mute the Sound Press MUTE and the sound cuts off. To turn mute off, press the MUTE button again, or simply press the VOL +/- button. Sleep Timer Press the SLEEP button continuously to select the sleep timer or turn the sleep timer from the OFF,15,30,60minutes; when the LCD TV has reached the set time, it will automatically turn off. If the TV has no input signal, it will automatically power down to standby after 15 minutes.
OSD Menu Operation
1 The main menu provides access to the following menus: Video Adjust picture setting such as picture mode, contrast, brightness,sharpness colour and advanced. Adjust sound option and effects. Adjust colour standard, sound standard, APS, Manual search, Channel setup. Adjust preferences such as OSD, blue screen, childlock, sleep timer, OSD timer, OSD reset.
Adjust screen such as horizontal size, horizontal position, vertical position, phase, auto sync. The DTV menu provide four submenus as follow: edit channel list,configuration,parental control, EPG (Electronic Programme Guide),with which you can set the DTV as you wish.
Audio Setup Preferences
DTV (Digital TV)
2 Press the MENU button on the remote control. The main menu will appear on the screen. 3 Use / to highlight your main menu option, then press OK to enter your selected option. Use /
to highlight an option of the sub-menu. Use /
to change the value of the
item.Press the EXIT button to exit menu.
VIDEO Use this Video setting menu to adjust the picture quality which best corresponds to your viewing requirements.The Video Menu includes the following options:
OPTION Picture Mode
Custom:Select for users settings. The items of video can be adjusted when the picture mode is for users settings except advanced item. Vivid:Select for enhanced picture contrast and sharpness. Standard:Select for standard picture settings. Recommended for home entertainment. Mild:Select for mild picture settings.
Contrast Brightness Colour Tint(NTSC) Sharpness
Adjust the difference between the brightness and darkness regions of the picture. Adjust to increase or decrease the brightness. Allows to adjust the colour from 0 to 100. Allows you to adjust the color tint of the picture.(Only for NTSC) Adjust to sharpen or soften the picture.
The VIDEO Settings
Display Mode Allows you to select the display mode to be Wide, 4:3,Original, Zoom. DCE Allows you to adjust the (Dynamic Contrast Enhancemen) to be off, low, mid, high. Allows you to adjust the blue stretch. Allows you to adjust the green stretch. Allows you to adjust the color temp. to be cool, warm , standard.
Blue Stretch Green Stretch Color Temp.
AUDIO Use this AUDIO setting menu to adjust the sound and balance and volume to your listening requirements.
presets the volume to a given setting. Adjust to emphasize left or right speaker balance.
The Setup Settings(Analogue TV)
Setup menu is only available when viewing Analogue TV. Use this Setup menu to select Colour Standard, Sound Standard, APS, Manual Search, Channel Setup.Use the Up/Down arrow buttons to highlight the required setting. Press the Press OK button to select the function. Use left / right arrow buttons to adjust the settings. Press OK to save the adjustment.
OPTION Colour Standard
DESCRIPTION Allows you to select the colour standard : AUTO,PAL, SECAM, UK = PAL.
APS Manual Search Channel Setup
Allows you to select the sound standard : DK, BG, I, L/L. DK PAL D/K, SECAM D/K (East Europe / China ) PAL B/G, SECAM B/G (Europe / East Europe / Asia / New Zealand / M.East / Africa /Australia) I PAL I (U.K. / Ireland / Hong Kong / South Africa) SECAM L/L
Start APS Press OK to start Auto Search and auto sort process. Note: Auto Sort will only operate in UK. Country Allows you select the country :Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Czech Rep., Germany, Denmark, Spain, France, Finland, UK, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Netherlands, Portugal, Poland, Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, Turkey, Others.
Allows you to adjust the manual search by hand if signal is too weak or picture is blurry.
Press the button to select Sort, Delete, Skip, Finetune, Save.
Allows you to manually sort the stored programme. Allows you to delete the stored programme. Allows you to skip the stored programme. Allows you to finetune the stored programme. Allows you to save the setup.
The Preferences Settings
Use this Preferences setting menu to set up some features: OSD, Blue Screen, Childlock, Sleep Timer, OSD Timer, OSD Reset.
DESCRIPTION Language : Allows you to select the OSD to be English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portugese, Dutch, Polish. Transparency: Allows you to adjust transparency from 0 to15. Allows you to select the blue screen to be off or on. Allows you to select the childlock to be yes or no. (Default password is 0000. golden password is 3796.) Change Pin: Allows you to change the 4-digit password. Allows you to select the sleep timer to be off, 15min, 30min, 60min. Allows selection of the display time of the onscreen menu:5 s,10 s,15 s, 20 s, 25 s.
Allows you to restore the factory settings.
SCREEN(Only for VGA)
OPTION Horizontal Size
DESCRIPTION Allows you to adjust the Horizontal Size from 0 to 100.
Horizontal Position Vertical Position Phase
Allows you to adjust the Horizontal Position of the picture. Allows you to adjust the Vertical Position of the picture. Allows you to improve focus clarity and image stability. Allows to auto synchronize VGA signal.
Chapter 4 Using the DTV OSD Settings
OPTION Edit Channel List DESCRIPTION Lock some channels that are not suited for younger members of the family, skip/add the channel list as you wish. Configuration Add new channel, set audio language, subtitle language, as you wish. Upgrade the system. View the signal information. Enable or Disable the menu protection system and allows the PIN code to be changed. Electronic Program Guide
EDIT CHANNEL LIST
Highlight the Edit Channel List option, then press OK button,there are three Items in the menu.
C r eate a fa v our ite list M odifty a fav our ite list Delete a fav our ite list
E XI T
CREATE A FAVOURITE LIST
Highlight the Create a favourite list item, pressing OK button, then The menu is displayed on the screen now. Once you enter the Create a favourite list menu,a new channel list will be created,you can create four favourite lists at most. You can lock or unlock the selected channel by pressing the RED button, pressing the BLUE button to skip or add the selected channel. If you want to skip or add all, first press the GREEN button, then press either the RED button to skip all, or the GREEN button to add all. A channel selected as a locked appears in the channel list with a lock icon ( red button ) against the channel name, a channel selected as a added appears in the channel list with a add icon ( tick ) against the channel name.
Using the DTV OSD Settings
F AV 1 B B C O NE B B C TWO B B C THR EE C B B C C hannel B B C NEWS 24 BBCi
Sor t M ov e
Sk ip A dd A ll
By pressing the YELLOW button you can sort the channels in the list. Then you can sort the channels alphabetically by pressing the RED button or sort the channels manually by pressing the BLUE button. If you have locked several channels, by pressing the YELLOW button, the locked channels will be placed at the bottom of the Channel list in alphabetical sort.
F AV 1 B B C O NE B B C TWO B B C THR EE C B B C C ha nnel B B C NEWS 24 BBCi
A lpha btica l sor t
L ock Unlock sor t E XI T C a ncel operation
M ov e
When you complete the edit, press the EXIT button to quit the favourite channel list menu. The next menu will ask if you want to save the changes you have made, using the / buttons to highlight the YES option, and press the OK button to save the changes.
AUDIO LANGUAGE This function select which language soundtrack you will hear when switching to a channel broadcasting with multiple soundtracks. Highlight the audio language line in the user settings menu and use /buttons to cycle through the language options. SUBTITLE LANGUAGE This function selects the desired subtitle language whenever subtitle information is broadcast. Highlight the subtitle language line in the user settings menu and use/ buttons to cycle through the language option.
SYSTEM PARAMETERS Using the/buttons to highlight the system parameters item in the configuration menu, then press OK button to display the system parameters menu.
SYSTEM UPGRADE Highlight the System Upgrade item in the system parameter menu, pressing OK button to display the System Upgrade menu. press OK button to upgrade system. If there is a new software, the unit will upgrade itself.
SYSTEM INFORMATION Highlight the system information item in the system parameter menu, pressing OK button to display the system information menu. You can view the system information in this menu, however, you can modify nothing in this menu, Pressing OK button to quit.
SIGNAL INFORMATION Highlight the Signal information item in the configuration menu, pressing OK button to display the Signal information menu. Cycle through the channel option by using the /buttons on the remote control. The signal level and signal quality of the channel that offers the upgrade software can be observed on the two bar graphs. The bar graphs of signal quality and signal level give a good indication of whether the selected channel is likely to be found. If the signal quality bar is high as well then it is a digital frequency and digital channels will probably be found.
Highlight the parental control line in the parental control menu and use/ buttons to cycle through the enable and disable option. Toggle this option to enable, then the following items can be altered.
RECEIVER LOCK You should enter the PIN CODE before you can see the DTV program while you power on the TV and select the DTV INPUT.
CONFIGURATION MENU If you toggle this option to YES, you must enter the PIN CODE before you can access the configuration menu. CHANNEL LOCK If you toggle this option to YES, the channels you locked in the edit channel list menu cant be displayed before you enter the PIN CODE. MATURITY LEVEL There are 18 levels total. If you toggle this option to a number (1-18), for example, you toggle it to 15, thats to say, if the channels broadcast material is not suitable for the family members who are under 15 years old , you must enter the PIN CODE before you can view them. (The maturity level information should be broadcast with these programs.)
PIN CODE CHANGE Pressing the RED button will popup the PIN code change menu, enter the previous code by using the 0-9 buttons on the remote control, then enter the new code twice to confirm and this menu will disappear (The PIN is factory set to 0000). Pressing EXIT to quit without saving the new code.
Press the OK button to quit the parental control menu and save these alterations. Press the EXIT button to exit the parental control menu without saving these alteration. EPG EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) menu is reached by pressing GUIDE button, quit by pressing GUIDE button again. Current program is highlighted. Use Channel Up/Down / buttons to change channels and view the other programmes on the selected channel. Press the Arrow up / Arrow down navigation buttons to scroll through and show programme content. There is a 7day EPG, you can see the other days channel list by using Left / right navigation arrow / buttons.
The short description of the highlighted channel is shown under the image window, and you can see the extended description by pressing the INFO or OK button and by pressing this button again you can close this window. Press RED button you can deminder the program what you like it, and by pressing this button again you can cancel this reminder.
Before consulting service personnel, check the following chart for a possible cause of problem
and for a possible solution.
TV will not turn on
Make sure the power cord is plugged in The batteries in the remote control may be exhausted. Replace new and same brand batteries.
No picture, no sound
Check the interface cable between TV and antenna/cable TV. Press the POWER button on the remote. Press the TV button on the remote, then press INPUT button repeatedly to select the connected video INPUTs.
Poor picture, sound OK
Check the interface cable between TV and antenna/cable TV. Try another channel, the station may have broadcast difficulties. Adjust the Brightness/Contrast options in the VIDEO Menu.
Picture OK, poor sound
Sound may be muted. Press the
button on the remote.
Press the VOL+ button to increase the volume.
Move any infrared equipment away from the TV.
Various Audio/Video terminals for external equipment connection
1 set of composite A/V input terminals 1 SCART input terminals 1 set of component Video input terminals 1 VGA/ Audio input terminal 1 HDMI/Auido input terminals 1 Headphone terminal
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a small, user-friendly interconnect that can carry up to 5
Gbps of combined video and audio in a single cable. This system eliminates the cost, complexity and confusion of multiple cables used to connect current A/V systems.
HDTV Component Video Inputs
Offers the best video quality for DVD(480p) and digital set-top-box (HD1080i, 720p) connections.
3D Digital Noise Reduction
This function can digitally reduce image noise to provide better picture quality.
WSS(Wide Screen Scale) Function
This function can automatically convert and display any aspect ration (4:3 / Wide) TV
Built-in ATV and DTV Tuners
The built-in DTV tuner allows the reception of DVB-T broadcasting without the addition of a set-top
The screen resolution has been optimized during production for the display modes listed below. If the signal from the system equals the standard signal mode, the screen adjusts automatically. If the signal from the system is not equal to the standard signal mode, adjust the screen resolution by referring to your video card user guide, otherwise there may be no video. Video signal: (VGA Standard)
Resolution (Dot X Line) 640 x 480 Vertical Frequency(Hz) 59.94 72.80 75.x 600 60.31 72.18 75.x 768 60.00 70.06 75.02 Horizontal Frequency(kHz) 31.46 37.86 37.50 37.87 48.07 46.87 48.36 56.47 60.0.2
MODEL LCD Panel Panel Size Brightness Contrast Ratio Max. Resolution Input Connector VIDEO S-VIDEO TLU-01541C 15.4 TFT LCD 200 400:1 1280x1 TLU-01941C 19 TFT LCD 300 850:1 1440x1 ENGLISH
YPbPr/ AUDIO IN(L/R) 1 AUDIO IN(L/R) PC/VGA IN HDMI IN PC AUDIO IN DIGITAL OUT HEADPHONE VHF/UHF IN Power Source Power Consumption Dimension WEIGHT 1
AC100~240V, 50/60HZ, 1.2A AC100~240V, 50/60HZ, 1.2A 50 W, standby < 3 W 15.2 w x 13.6 h x 5.2 d inch 7.1 LB 65 W, standby < 3 W 18 w x 15.9 h x 5.2 d inch 12.3 LB
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