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KV-32XBR48 KV-34XBR48C KV-35XBR48 KV-35XBR88 KV-37XBR48M
1997 by Sony Corporation
Thank you for purchasing the Sony Trinitron Color TV. This manual is for models KV-32XBR48, 34XBR48C, 35XBR48, 35XBR88 and 37XBR48M. Model KV-35XBR48 is used for illustration purposes. Differences in operation are indicated in the text; for example, "KV-35XBR48 only". The features you will enjoy include: Two ON/OFF TIMERS Picture-in-Picture (PIP) and Picture Picture (P&P) (Twin View TM) & Safety
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Operate the TV only on 120 V AC (except KV-34XBR48C) Operate the TV on 220 V AC (KV-34XBR48C only) The plug is designed, for safety purposes, to fit into the wall outlet only one way. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, contact your dealer. (except KV-34XBR48C) If any liquid or solid object should fall inside the cabinet, unplug the TV immediately and have it checked by qualified service personnel before operating it further. If you will not be using the TV for several days, disconnect the power by pulling the plug itself. Never pull on the cord.
This manual is divided into four major sections. We recommend that you carefully review the contents of each section in the order provided to ensure that you fully understand the operation of your new TV. 1 Installing and Connecting the TV. This section will guide you through your initial set up. It -will show you how to your antenna accessories. or cable, and connect any
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FAVORITE CHANNEL feature, allowing you to view and choose from eight of your favorite programs CHANNEL INDEX feature, allowing you to view and choose from twelve programs Customized on-screen menus input for DVD Player inputs
Basic Set Up. This section will teach you the basic skills needed to operate your new TV. It will show you how to operate special functions of the remote control. 3 Using your New TV. This section will show you how to begin using your new TV. It will show you how to use the AUTO SET UP feature, and how to use your remote control's features. 4 Adjusting your Set Up (menus). This section will teach you how to access on-screen menus and adjust your TV's settings. Instructions in this ,_mual atv written jor the remote control. Sbnilar controls trulybefound on the TV console.
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For details concerning safety precautions, see the supplied leaflet "IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS". Installing To prevent internal heat buildup, do not block the ventilation openings. Do not install the TV in a hot or humid place, or in a place subject to excessive dust or mechanical vibration. The AC power cord is attached to the rear of the TV with hooks. Do not attempt to remove the cord from these hooks. Doing so could cause damage to the TV. (see "Note on AC Power Cord" on page 2)
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Table of Contents
Welcome! Precautions Using.... 1 Connecting two VCRs for tape editing using MONITOR OUT.. 8 Connecting a DVD Player.. 9 Connecting a DVD Player with component video output connectors.. 9 Connecting a camcorder. 10 Using the S-Link function.. !1 Using the CONTROL S feature. 12 Using the Console Box (KV-35XBR88 only). 13 Basic Set Up h_serting Batteries... 14 Using the Remote Control Joystick. 14 Adjusting Sliders.. On Line Help/Instructions
Using the VIDEO Menu. Using the AUDIO Men_L.. Using the TIMER Menu. Using tee SET UP Menu.. Setting and Selecting FAVORITE CHANNEL Custon_zing Operating
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the Menu.. Video Equipment
Connecfialg directly to cable or an antenna.. Cable or m_telma Cable and anteima...
Setting the Manufacturer's Operating
a Cable Box or DB5 Receiver
Connecting a. cable box.. Cable box and cable.. Connecting an antelma/cable TV system with a VCR.. Connecting to an S Video equipped VCR... Connecting a VCR and TV with a cable box..
Settin,g the Manufacturet's Code.. 34 Troubleshooting Specifications... 38
TV.. 15 16
Setting Up the TV Automatically
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Watching the TV..
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Connecting to an S Video equipped VCR with a cable box.. 5 Connecting Connecting Connecting Connecting a DBS receiver a DBS receiver.. 7
Watching Two Programs at One Time - PIP/P&P (Twin ViewS9. 18 Using CHANNEL Adjusting your INDEX.. SET UP (menus) 22 20
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The AC power cord is attached to the rear of the TV with hooks. Do not attempt to remove the cord from these hooks. Doing so could cause damage to the TV.
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will reopen automatically and remain opened. When you want to close the doors again, press the OPEN/CLOSE button (or set the AUTO ACCESS switch to OFF).
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Your TV cord has been designed to connect to one of the AC outlets on the rear of the console. You will have two additional outlets to connect accessory equipment to.
When the AUTO ACCESS switch is set to ON, the doors will operate automatically. Whenever the sensor detects movement within its range, the doors will open and remain open until the range is clear. Refer to the following diagram to determine the range of the automatic feature. approx.
When the AUTO ACCESS switch is set to OFF, the doors will operate manually. Pressing on the OPEN/CLOSE button will cause the doors to open or close and remain in
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Basic Set up
insert two size AA (R6) batteries (supplied) by matching the + and - on the batteries to the diagram inside the battery compartment.
Using the Joystick
Several menu windows will provide prompts and instructions to assist you in navigating through the different functions. When the instructions are presented, use them to supplement the instructions in this manual.
Notes: Remove the batteries to avoid damage from possible battery leakage whenever you anticipate that the remote control will not be used for an extended period. Handle the remote control with care. Avoid dropping it, getting it wet, or placing it in direct sunlight, near a heater, or where the humidity is high. Your remote contro! can be programmed operate most video equipment. (see "Operating Video Equipment" on page 32) to
The supplied remote control has a joystick which allows for movement of the on-screen selector in four directions. Pressing up, down, left, or right on the joystick will cause the selector to move in the selected direction. Pressing down on the center of the joystick ( @ ) will activate the selected item.
When menu items present a slider ( H_,lrrlnm=. r o.. press up, down, left, or right on the _ ),.. settii-t g JOybtlCK tO _ujuat tll_
Setting Up the Automatically
1 Press POWER to turn on the TV. "AUTO PROGRAM" appears and the TV starts scanning and presetting channels automatically. When all the receivable channels are stored, the lowest numbered channel is displayed. If the TV receives cable TV channels, CABLE is set to ON automatically. To perform AUTO SET UP again
The EASY SETUP GUIDE screen appears.
The EASY SETUP GUIDE feature will allow you to set the on-screen language and set all receivable channels. The EASY SETUP GUIDE screen will appear every time you turn on the TV until you perform AUTO PROGRAM. The EASY SETUP GUIDE feature does not appl V for installations that use a cable box for all channel selection.
You can also set up the TV manually._1,_ SET Tips UP me::;:" on _a_,_,_ ,_ __,_1 *'_ (see "Using
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Press CHANNEL + to select ENGLISH, CHANNEL - to select LbY,_INUL, or VOLUME + to select FRAN_AIS. The screen will change choice.
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Press SET UP on top of the TV. VOLUME + to select a language.
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Perfor, z this function during the day, with the antem_a and/or cable properly connected, to ensure that all available channels will be broadcasting and receivable. After using EASY SETUP GUIDE you will still have the option of adjusting any of the system settings, like erasing channels, through the SET UP menu. (see "CHANNEL SET UP" on page26)
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Press VOLUMEto restore factory settings ("CONTINUE TO AUTO PROGRAM?" will appear on the screen.) Press CHANNEL+ to execute or CHANNELto exit.
Press SET UP to exit. Notes: Before you perform AUTO SET UP again, make sure that the input from ANT (not AUX) is selected by pressing ANT until "AUX" does not appear next to the channel number. When you perform AUTO PROGRAM, your CHANNEL FIX, TIMER, and CHANNEL BLOCK settings will be erased. 15
For a DEMO of functions and menus, press TV/VIDEO. 3 Press VOLU_CIE- to con_ue.
Using the buttons
on the top of the TV:
CAPTION SLEEP Press repeatedly until the TV displays the approximate time in minutes (30, 60, or 90) thai you want the TV to remain on before shutting off automatically. Cancel by pressing until "SLEEP OFF" appears. Press repeatedly to step through available displays: Status Channel number, current time, channel caption (if set), and MTS mode (if SAP is selected) are displayed. SAP indication disappears after three seconds. XDS program type, program length, program description, call letters, and time of the show if the broadcaster offers this service. Caption Vision Caption Vision will be displayed on the screen if the broadcaster offers this service. (see right) To cancel the display, press DISPLAY repeatedly until "DISPLAY OFF" appears. "DISPLAY OFF" disappears after three seconds. TV/VIDEO Press repeatedly to step through available video inputs: TV, VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, VIDEO 3 and VIDEO 4 If you select SKIP as a VIDEO LABEL in the SET UP menu, your TV will skip the video input you selected. (see "VIDEO LABEL" on page 27) Press to change between the VHF/UHF input and the AUX input. (For detailed connection information, see "Cable box and cable" or "Cable and antenna" on page 3) Press to cycle through the Multi-channel (see "MTS" on page 24) TV Sound (MTS) options. connected with S-Link. (see VISION
Some programs are broadcast with Caption Vision. To display Caption Vision, select CC1, CC2, CC3_ CC4_ TEXT1, TEXT2_ TFXT3 or TEXT4 from the menu, then press DISPLAY until Caption Vision is displayed. CC1, CC2, CC3, or CC4 shows you a caption, that is, a printed version of the dialogue or sound effects of a program. (The mode should be set to CC1 for most programs) TEXT1, TEXT2, TEXT& or TEXT4 shows you text, that is, information presented, using half of the screen. It is not usually related to the program. Notes: Poor reception of TV programs can cause errors in Caption Vision and XDS. Captions may appear with a white box or other errors instead of intended text. XDS, Caption Vision, and the status display cannot be used at the same time.
The selected Press (_) once to display the current channel in the center of the screen surrounded channels. by the first twelve receivable displayed
will be retrieved viewing.
Notes You cannot move the yellow frame until all of the surrounding pictures appear. A yellow frame will appear current channel selection. to indicate
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Sound will only be heard from the center picture while the CHANNEL INDEX screen is displayed. 2O
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Press to access CHANNEL !,NDEX. Press again to access the next twelve receivable Press to cycle through the receivable
channels one at a time.
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Press to freeze the center picture.
Press to cycle the center picture through the video inputs. The surrounding channels will not change. Press to replace the center picture with a channel received through the AUX input. Press again to return to CATV input. Press to select the channel for the center picture. (see "Watching the TV" on pages 16-17)
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SET UP (menus)
3 Press up or down on the joystick until the
cursor points to the desired option. Press up or down on the joystick to make your selection and and press (_) to activate it. The previous
Use the MENU button to access a menu and use the joystick to alter settings. Use the following example to learn how to modify settings. tile MENU button. 1 Press The main menu appears. %
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screen will reappear.
CHANNEL _CABLE CHANNEL SET UP
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Easy control of volume adlustments.
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DAYLIGHT SAVING Automatically adjusts the time. CURRENT TIME SET
Spring: Select YES to compensate for Daylight Saving Time. The current time automatically moves ahead one hour. Fall: Select NO at the end of Daylight Saving Time. The current time moves back one hour.
CURRENT TIME SET
ON / OFF TIMER CHANNEL BLOCK
1 Press __, then press up or down on the joystick until the current day (MON-SUN) is displayed, and press (.:z;. 2 Press up or down on the joystick until the current hour (01-12) and AM/PM is displayed, and press (_). 3 Press up or clown on the joystick until the current
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After setting the clock you can use the timer to turn the TV on and off. For detailed information on using the remote control to modify menu settings, refer to "Learning Menu Selection" on page 22. To select
ON/OFF TIMER Wake up or scheduled viewing.
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ON / OFF TIMER
1 Select the desired timer (1 or 2).
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Press up or down on the joystick until the desired day (MON-SUN) or range of days (EVERY SUN-SAT or EVERY MON-FRI) is displayed, and press (_
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Press up or down on the joystick until the time (hours and :. _: ,9 minutes) that you want the TV to remain on is displayed, and press _.
4. Press up or down on the joystick to set the time duration (maximum of 6 hours) and press _-_. TO CANCEL THE TIMER FUNCTION, PRESS RESET. 5 Press up or clown on the joystick to select the desired channel and press (:_i'. The timer is now set. The TIMER indicator on your TV will be lit. Press MENU to exit. Performing AUTO PROGRAM will erase all TIMER settings
CHANNEL BLOCK Prevent access to certain channels.
You will be able to block two channels for a period of up to 12 hours. FOLLOW STEPS 1-5 OF "ONIOFF TIMER" ABOVE To erase your CHANNEL BLOCK settings, press RESET while in the CHANNEL BLOCK window. Performing AUTO PROGRAM wilI erase your CHANNEL BLOCK settings.
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Set daylight saving time before setting the clock. Any loss of power will cause these settings to be erased.
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CHANNEL SET UP
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FAVORITE CHANNEL VIDEO LABEL
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Basic set up options for viewing
SET UP _MENU
menu settings, refer to Selection" oi1 page 22.
To select the SET UP _
Display _ Highlight I_ _
If any menu ANT channel button items are "grayed remote appears. out", control press so that the a on your number
With the CHANNEL SET UP window open: c*BLE o, CHANNEL fix oft 1 Use the joystick to select the feature you want to change. *UTO EnASE ' ADO PRo_,,,,,, C_^NNEL 2 Press _ to access the feature, c.,,,_ c,_, D_ENU CABLE: Select ON if your TV is connected to a cable system. (AUTO SET UP will set CABLE to OFF automatically if a u,_e: e E. cable channel is not available) CHANNEL FIX: Press up or down on the joystick to set the TV's input to one of the following options: 2-6: When the cable box is connected to the VHF/UHF input and you do not want to switch to AUX mode. Press DBS/CABLE (FUNCTION) and then OH +/- to change channels. AUX 2-6: When a cable box is connected to AUX and a cable or antenna is connected to VHF/UHF. You can alternate between the two inputs by pressing ANT. VIDEO 1: When you have connected video equipment (e.g. AV receiver) and you want the TV input fixed to it. You will be able to alternate between video sources. OFF: When you want to switch CHANNEL FIX off. If the TV is in the AUX mode when you turn CHANNEL FIX off, press ANT to return to regular (CATV) mode. TIMER and CHANNEL BLOCK settings are erased when CHANNEL FIX is set. AUTO PROGRAM: Signals the TV to automatically program all receivable channels. ;HANNEL ERASEiADD: With the CHANNEL ERASE/ADD window open:. _] 1 Place the cursor next to ERASE or ADD.
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the 0-9 buttons and pressing ENTER. Select the desired channel using CH+/-, or by selecting with Press _::_ With the CHANNEL CAPTION window open: Press _ and then press up or down on the joystick to select the desired channel, and press (_ again.
CHANNEL CAPT ( ON
Press up or down on the joystick to display.the.!irstletter.or number of the capuon ano press _y to select t(./Hepea[ until up to four digits are selected) 3 Press _. To erase a Caption, press RESET.
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Setting FAVORITE CHANNEL manually 1 Select FAVORITE CHANNEL from tile SET UP menu.
The FAVORITE CHANNEL menu will appear. If you set CHANNEL CAPTION, captions (e.g. CNN, HBO) for the channels selected will display. (see "CHANNEL
Press down press @.
on the joystick
to select 1 and to select
Press up or down on the joystick a channel and press @.
You have now selected for position 1. 4 Use the joystick
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Press up or down on the joystick to select a new channel and press (_. Press MENU when you are done. Note: The FAVORITE CHANNEL feature is not available for the AUX input.
view, use the joystick frame to that picture. The sound the yellow
You can use the FAVORITE CHANNEL feature to display multiple channels for direct selection. i Press @ once.
that you wish to to move the yellow by
Notes: You cannot move the yellow frame until all of the surrounding pictures appear. If one of the pictures received through
of the picture surrounded frame wiii be received.
The current channel will be displayed in the center of the screen surrounded by your eight favorite channels.
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entire screen may appear snowy. In this case, erase the snowy channel using CHANNEL ERASE/ADD. (see "CHANNEL SET UP" on page 26)
@ to select the channel. channel will be retrieved viewing.
The selected displayed A ye!low frame will annoar t,_ incticnto current channel selection. The TV will continually pictures. update each of the surrounding
SET UP (menus) CHANNEL
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To pause To search the picture forward or backward To change input mode
or _ during Release to resume
In some rare cases, you may not be able to operate your non-Sony video equipment with the supplied remote control. In this case, please use the equip_zeHt 's owlz remote control. Whe_ you remove the batteries, the code nu/nber may revert to the factory setting.
an MDP using
To turn On/Off
equipment switch to
To play To stop To pause
Press VTR/DVD (POWER). [Green Button] Press I_-. Press m. Press II. Press again to resume normal playback.
To display the Title menu To display the DVD menu To select tracks directly To display the menu (Set up)
1 Set the VTR1/2/3/DVD/MDP
the position through which you would like to access the video equipment. 2 Use the VCR/DVD/MDP indicated in the following buttons tables.
Box or DBS Receiver
Manufacturer (DBS receiver)
Manufacturer You can program the supplied remote to operate a cable box or DBS receiver. control Sony General Electric RCA/PROSCAN To operate the TV
In some rare cases, you may not be able to operate ttour equipment with the supplied remote control. In this case, use the equipment's own remote control unit. Whenever you remove the batteries -- to replace them, for exampleif too much time is taken, the code numbers may revert to the factory setting and must be reset.
801 (preset code for remote control) 802 802
Press CODE SET, DBS/CABLE (FUNCTION), the 0-9 buttons to enter the manufacturer's code number (see the following chart), then press ENTER.
Press TV (FUNCTION). Then use the TV control buttons to control the TV. For more details on operating cable box or DBS receiver Refer to the operating with theequipment. instructions the
Manufacturer (cable box)
Manufacturer Hamlin/Regal Jerrold/G. Oak Panasonic Pioneer Scientific A.t!anta Tocom Zenith I. 222, 223,224,
201,202,203, 204,205, 206,207, 208, 218 227,228,229 219,220, 221
First, try repeating the set up procedures using the other codes listed for your equipment. "_"
214, 215 209, 2!0, 2! ! 216, 217 212,213
If more than o_le code number is listed, try entering them one by one until you come to the correct code for your equipment. If you enter a new code number, the code number you previously entered at that setting is erased.
Dark, poor or no picture (screen lit), good sound Adjust PICTURE in the VIDEO menu. (see "PICTURE" on page 23)
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No picture (screen not lit), no sound Make sure the power cord is plugged in. * Operate with the buiiuns on the TV and the remote control. Check to see if the TV/VIDEO setting is correct: when watching TV, set to TV, and when watching video tapes, set to VIDEO 1.2. 3or4. Try another channel. It could be station trouble. Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SET UP button to return to the factory preset condition. (see "To perform AUTO SET UP again" on page 15)
(see "BRIGHTNESS" on page 23) Check antenna!cable connections. Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SET I _Pbutton to ret.rn to the factory preset condition. (see "To perform AUTO SET UP again" on page 15) When VIDEO LABEL is set to WEB, the screen will darken, creating an ideal picture for WebTV viewing. (see "VIDEO LABEL" on page 28)
Cannot receive upper channels (UHF) when using an antenna Make sure CABLE is OFF in the SET UP menu. (see "CHANNEL SET UP" on page 26) Use AUTO PROGRAM to add receivable channels that are not presently in TV memory. (see "CHANNEL SET UP" on page 26) No color
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"COLOR" on page 23) Black. and white programs cannot be seen in color. Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SET UP button to return to the factory preset condition. (see "To perform AUTO SET UP again" on page 15) Only snow and noise appear on the screen Check the CABLE setting in the SET UP menu. (see "CHANNEL SET UP" on page 26) Checkthe antenna/cable connections. Make sure the channel is broadcasting programs. Press ANT to change the input mode. (see "ANT" on page 17)
Remote control does not operate Batteries could be weak. Replace the batteries. Press TV (FUNCTION) when operating your TV. Make sure the TV's power cord is connected securely to the wall outlet. Locate the TV at least 3-4 feet away from fluorescent lights. Check the S-Link connection. (see "Using the S-Link function" on page 11) Check the polarity of the batteries.
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setting (variable) More than 408 mVrms Impedance: 50 kilohms
The word 'SRS' and the SRS symbol (O) are registered trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. 37
A AC power cord... 2 AC outlets.. !3 Adjusting your SET UP.. 22 ANT.. 17 Antenna cable... 3 Antenna connector.. 2 AUDIO button.. 18 AUDIO menu operations d'. 24 AUDIO OUT.. 24 BALANCE.. 24 BASS.. 24 EFFECT.. 24 MTS... 24 SPEAKER.. 24 TREBLE.. 24 AUDIO OUT... 24 Audio/Video cable.. 2 AUTO PROGRAM.. 26 AUTO SET UP.. 15 AUX Hookup.. 3, 17 B BALANCE... 24 BASS... 24 Battery installation.. 14 BRIGHTNESS... 23 C CABLE... Cable box... operation.. Caption Vision.. 3, 17 CATV cable.. 3 Coaxial cable.. 2, 4, 5 Console box operation. 13 CH +/-... 16 CHANNEL BLOCK.. 25 CHANNEL CAPTION. 26 CHANNEL ERASE/ADD.. 26 CHANNEL FIX.. 26 CHANNEL INDEX... 20 CHANNEL SET UP... 26 AUTO PROGRAM.. 26 CABLE... 26 CHANNEL CAPTION. 26 CHANNEL ERASE/ADD.. 26 CHANNEL FIX.. 26 COLOR.. 23 COLOR CORRECTION.. 23 CONTROL S feature.. 12 Connecting TV to antenna... 2 audio system.. 7 AV receiver... 7 cable... 3 cable box and cable.. 3 camcorder... 10 DBS receiver... 6 DBS receiver and VCR.. 6 DVD Player.. 9 two VCRs... 8 VCR... 4 CURRENT TIME SET.. 25 CUSTOMIZED MENU.. 31 D DAYLIGHT SAVING.. 25 DBS receiver operation.. 34 DVD Player connection.. 9 operation.. 33 E EASY SETUP GUIDE.. 15 Editing using MONITOR OUT. 8 EFFECT... 24 F, G Factory settings.. 23, FAVORITE CHANNEL Setting... Selecting... FREEZE button.. 16, H,I Hook Ups.. HUE.. J,K Joystick.. JUMP button... L LANGUAGE selection.. 15, Learning menus.. M,N MDP operation.. Menu selection.. 33 22
MODE S DYNAMIC... 23 SAP... MOVIE..... 23 S-Link cable
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MONO... MTS MONO... SAP... STEREO...
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O On Line Help.. ON/OFF TIMER... P,Q PICTURE... Picture and Picture (P&P). Picture-in-Picture (PIP).. P1P/P&P operations AUDIO... CH+/-... CHANNEL INDEX.. FREEZE.. POSITION.. SWAP.. TV/VIDEO...
R Remote control.. 16 Function buttons.. 16, 17 Graphic Illustration.. (inside cover)
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CHANNEL BLOCK. CURRENT TIME SET.. DAYLIGHT SAVING.. C)N!O3FF T!MFR.. TREBLE...
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Troubleshooting... 35, TV (FUNCTION) button.. TV POWER button.. TV/VIDEO button..
V, W VCR.. 4, 5, 8 VCR manufacturer code numbers. 32 VCR operation.. 33 Video Equipment Operation. 32 VIDEO LABEL.. 27 VIDEO menu operations _. 23 BRIGHTNESS... 23 COLOR.. 23 COLOR CORRECTION.. 23 HUE... 23 MODE... 23 PICTURE.. 23 SHARPNESS.. 23 TRINITONE.. 23 VOL +/-... 16 VTR... 32 X XDS... Y, Z Y/B-Y/R-Y.. 39
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