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Manuel dutilisation Bedienungsanleitung Manuale di utilizzazione User manual Manual de utilizacin Manual de utilizao Gebruiksaanwijzing Bruksanvisning
Important information...2 Safety....2 Care....2 LCD TV...2 Plasma TV....2 Hanging the TV set on the wall..2 Switching on...3 Remote control TV functions...4 Playing files from memory cards..4 Using the remote control for other equipment..4 Programming the remote control..4 Programming the volume control function..5
Adjusting the sound..10 Tone control...10 Headphone settings..11 Adjusting the picture...11 Other settings...12 PIP - PAP...13 Operation...13 Setting the time...14 Setting the time and date..14 Using the calendar...14 Programming the sleep timer...14 Programming the wake-up timer..15 Parental control...15 Definign a PIN code..15 Locking a channel or AV programme..16 Locking the buttons on the TV set...16 Locking the Time menu...16 Locking the Installation menu..16 Operation (TV mode)...16 Customising your television...17 Preferences...17 Configuring AV sockets...17 Playing files from memory cards..18 Other functions...19 Teletext....20 Accessing Teletext...20 Navigator...20 Other Teletext functions...20 Program Info (programme guide)..21 Accessing the programme guide..21 Storing programmes..21 Checking your selections on the Events screen..22 Operation (TV mode)...22
Initial set-up...6 Manual channel set-up...7
Switching the TV set on and off..8 Accessing channels...8 Accessing your favourite channels..8 Accessing AV programmes..8 Volume....8 Displaying status information...8 Zoom...9 List of channels....9 Freezing a picture...9 Flat batteries...9 Product information..9
Sockets....23 Connecting active speakers or an amplifier..24 Connecting headphones...24 Connecting a video recorder...24
This manual applies to several TV set models. Some features may not be available on the model you purchased. Refer to the feature table provided with this manual to find out the main features of the relevant model. Optional functions are indicated by the following symbol: The model number of your TV set is on a label at the back of the set and on the cover of this manual. In the interest of improving the quality of our products, we reserve the right to modify their features.The information in this manual is, therefore, subject to change and does not represent any kind of contract.
This symbol means that your inoperative electronic appliance must be collected separately and not mixed with the household waste.The European Union has implemented a specific collection and recycling system for which producers are responsible. This appliance has been designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components that can be recycled and reused. Electrical and electronic appliances are liable to contain parts that are necessary in order for the system to work properly but which can become a health and environmental hazard if they are not handled or disposed of in the proper way. Consequently, please do not throw out your inoperative appliance with the household waste. If you are the owner of the appliance, you must deposit it at the appropriate local collection point or leave it with the vendor when buying a new appliance. - If you are a professional user, please follow your supplier's instructions. - If the appliance is rented to you or left in your care, please contact your service provider. Help us protect the environment in which we live!
This publication is printed on recycled paper.
Ensure that your domestic mains supply voltage matches the voltage indicated on the identification sticker located at the back of your set.This TV set is a class 1 appliance. It must be connected to an electrical wall socket with an earth.
Screen burns are not covered by the warranty.
The plasma panel is a very high technology product, giving you finely detailed pictures. Occasionally, a few non-active pixels may appear on the screen as a fixed point of blue, green or red.This does not affect the performance of your product.
Hanging the TV set on the wall
Warning:This operation requires two people. THOMSON disclaims any liability for damages caused by the TV set being installed inappropriately.
Please observe the following safety instructions to make sure that the TV set is hung on the wall safely. Check that the wall can support the weight of the TV set and wall mount. Follow the fitting instructions supplied with the wall mount. Hang the TV set on a vertical wall. Use screws that are suitable for the material the wall is made of. Arrange the TV set's connection cables so that they don't pose a risk of anyone falling over them. In addition, all the other safety instructions concerning the use of our TV sets remain completely valid
Use a glass-cleaning product to clean the screen and a soft cloth and mild detergent to clean the rest of the set. Important: Using strong detergents, alcohol-based and abrasive products may damage the screen. Dust the vents at the back and sides regularly. Using solvents, abrasive or alcohol-based products could damage the TV set. If an object or liquid enters inside the appliance, unplug it immediately and have it checked by an authorised engineer. Never open the appliance yourself since this may put you at risk or damage the appliance.
THOMSON disclaims any liability if the TV set is not used in accordance with this manual.
Follow the instructions on this page on how to switch on your TV set and the remote control before going on to following pages describing how to use the remote control and the channel set-up procedure.
1. Insert two LR06 or AA batteries in the remote control.
Precautions on using batteries: - Only use the battery types specified. - Make sure you use the correct polarity. - Do not mix new and used batteries. - Do not use rechargeable batteries. - Do not expose batteries to excessive heat, throw them in a fire, recharge them or try to open them, as this could cause them to leak or explode. - Remove the batteries from the remote control if you are not using it for a long period of time (several weeks).
220 - 240 V ~ 50/60 Hz
2. Connect the power cable FIRST to the television, THEN to a mains socket.
Mains socket in continental Europe
Your TV set should only be connected to a 220 - 240 V ~ 50/60 Hz AC supply. It must not be connected to a DC supply. If the plug is detached from the cable, do not, under any circumstances, connect it to a mains socket, as there is a risk of electric shock.
Equipment for the UK and Ireland is supplied with a mains cable fitted with a moulded plug.
This plug contains safety components and must not be replaced by one sold by general retailers. It is fitted with a fuse that protects your television. If your set has stopped working, the fuse may have blown. If it has, replace it with an identical ASTA or BSI certified (BS1362) 5-amp fuse.
3. Connect the outside aerial or cable network to the TV Antenna socket at the back
of the TV set.
The aerial socket (75 Ohms - VHF / UHF / cable) can be used for connecting an external aerial or other equipment fitted with a modulator (video recorder, satellite receiver, etc.). We recommend that you do not connect other equipment (video recorder, satellite receiver, etc.) to your TV set to begin with, so as not to complicate the set-up procedure with the additional steps involved. Connect them when you have finished setting up the channels by referring to page 23 of this manual.
4. Switch the TV on by pressing the
button located on the side.
Note: The first time you switch on the television, the language selection menu appears.
You will find a description of how to use the remote control on page 4.Then go to page 6 for information on the initial set-up, or to page 7 for information on manual set-up (if the channels have already been set up on your TV).
Note: Before connecting other devices to the AV sockets, carry out the initial channel set-up (described on page 6) in order to avoid any problems with equipment selection.
Please respect the environment and the relevant regulations. Before you dispose of batteries (or accumulators), ask your dealer whether they require special recycling and if he is able to take them back.
Remote control TV functions
Most of your televisions functions are available via the menus that appear on the screen.The remote control supplied with your set can be used to navigate through the menus and to configure all the general settings.
Playing files from memory cards
When playing mp3,WMA, JPEG, MPEG and DivX files, you can use some of the buttons on the remote control to perform certain functions, which vary according to the type of file. INFO To display the Info menu. REVERSE mp3 and WMA: to return to the previous file. JPEG: to reduce the projection speed. PLAY To play. FORWARD mp3 and WMA: to go on to the next file. JPEG: to increase the projection speed. STOP To stop playing. PAUSE To pause, stop at a particular picture. MPEG and DivX: to change files. 0-9 MPEG and DivX: to select a file by its number.
select Favourites. When you change channels using the PR+/PR- buttons on the remote control only your favourite channels will be available. To cancel this option, select All channels under the PR+/PRkeys option. Note: The PR buttons on the TV set allow you to access all the channels set up, even if the Favourites option is selected
In TV mode, you have the option of changing the display format and using the zoom function via the buttons.The available formats and zoom functions are:
4/3 format - picture in centred 4:3 format 14/9 zoom - picture in centred letterbox 14:9 format 16/9 zoom - picture in centred letterbox 16:9 format 16/9 zoom up - picture in 16:9 format with subtitles. Cinerama - picture in widescreen 4:3 format 16/9 format - picture in widescreen 16:9 format In 14/9 zoom, 16/9 zoom, and 16/9 zoom up modes, you can temporarily shift the
picture up and down using the buttons. In PC mode, only 4/3 format and 16/9 format are available.
Plasma TV sets: Do not use for lengthy periods of time formats which do not fill the entire screen in order to avoid screen burnout.
List of channels
09 BBC1 BBC2 ITV1 Channel 4 Channel 5 Sky One Film Four Sky Sports MTV
Press the LIST (green) button on the remote control to display the list of channels. It contains a maximum of 11 pages and shows the name and number of every channel.The last page lists units connected to the AV sockets. The list appears on the page featuring the channel or AV programme which you are currently watching.The channel or AV programme you are watching is indicated by a symbol. Any channels and AV programmes which are locked are indicated by a closed padlock and those temporarily unlocked are indicated by an open padlock. Favourite channels are indicated by the letters FAV next to them.
Note: For more information on locking channels, refer to the Parental control section.
To tune to the channel selected: OK To display previous/next page:
To watch one of the channels on the displayed page, select it using the buttons and press OK, or use the PR+/PR- buttons.You can also enter the last digit of the channel number (for example, 5 for 25).The selected channel is shown. You can scroll through the pages using the Press EXIT to close the menu. buttons.
Freezing a picture
Press the OK or FREEZE button to freeze the picture. Press any button on the remote control or TV set to cancel this function. In PIP mode, press the FREEZE button to freeze the picture of the main programme.
Sound modes Sound type Normal - Wide - SRS Automatic TruSurroundXT Mono - Sound 1 Sound 2 - Sound 3 SRS TruSurround - SRS WOW Normal - Stereo wide Stereo TruSurroundXT SRS TruSurround - SRS WOW
Balance: use the buttons to balance the sound between the left and right speakers. SRS TruBass: this function is used to strengthen the bass. Select an option from the list
using the buttons.
Auto Volume Level: check the box by pressing the OK button, if you want to keep the
same sound level for all channels.
Sound effect: this function allows you to create sound effects. Select an option from the
list using the buttons.
Internal speakers: uncheck this box by pressing OK if you want to stop the sound
coming from the internal speakers and connect external speakers to the TV set. If you unplug these external speakers, remember to check the box to reactivate the TV sets internal speakers (otherwise you will not get any sound).
Headphone: this option allows access to the headphone setting menu (see further
below). Press EXIT to close the menu. Select Return and press OK to return to the OVERVIEW menu.
Return Sound preset Frequency range
Select the Tone control option from the Sound menu and press OK to display the menu.The content of this menu depends on the options you have selected under Sound mode and Sound effect in the Sound menu.
Film. 12 kHz.
If you have not selected any effect under Sound effect, the menu which is displayed allows you to select a predefined setting and choose your own settings using the graphic equaliser. It offers the following options:
Sound preset: use the
buttons to select the appropriate setting for the programme you are watching. The Personal setting stores your graphic equaliser settings.
Note: The Sound preset option is not available if you have selected a sound effect under the Sound effect option.
You can access the list of preset sound settings directly by pressing the PRESETS button (red) on the remote control, selecting the Sound preset option and choosing one of the preset settings from the list.Your selection is applied to all channels and AV programmes. Press EXIT or PRESETS to close the menu.
Frequency range: the graphic equaliser has seven frequency bands. Select each band in
turn using the buttons and make the necessary adjustments using the Press OK to confirm. buttons.
Note: This function is only available in TV mode.
Brightness, Colour, Contrast, Tone, Sharpness: adjust these settings as required
using the buttons. buttons. buttons.
Black expand: can be used to adjust the picture according to the ambient brightness.
Select an option from the list using the Select an option from the list using the below). Press EXIT to close the menu.To return to the OVERVIEW menu, select Return and press OK to confirm.
Noise reduction: improves the quality of the picture in the case of poor reception. Other settings: this option provides access to the Other settings menu (see further
Return Brightness Colour Contrast Tone Auto-adjustment Phase Clock Vertical position Horizontal position
In PC mode you can access a number of specific functions:
Auto-adjustment: this option allows you to automatically adjust the following functions: Phase, Clock, Vertical position and Horizontal position. Press OK until the message Running appears. Once the setting is implemented the message Done appears. Phase, Clock: adjust these settings as required using the buttons in order to
enhance picture quality.
Vertical position: use the Horizontal position: use the
buttons to move the picture vertically on the screen. buttons to move the picture horizontally on the
Note: This menu is only available for TV channels and AV programmes.
Return Photo Mode Film mode NTSC tint Automatic format
Select the Other settings option from the Picture menu and press OK.The Other settings menu appears with the following options: Photo Mode: improves quality and stability of still pictures.When this function is
enabled still pictures are detected automatically and their resolution enhanced. Check the box by pressing OK to enable this function.
Note: This function is only available for certain audio-visual sources.
Film mode: detects that the programme being broadcast is a film and enhances picture
quality. Select an option from the list using the buttons.
Notes: - The Advanced option is selected by default. - This function is only available for certain audio-visual sources.
NTSC tint: is used to adjust the pictures tint. Adjust these settings as required using the
Note: This function is only available for NTSC audio-visual sources.
Automatic format: automatically applies the appropriate format to the picture. Check the box by pressing OK to enable this function.
Press EXIT to close the menu.To return to the Picture menu, select Return and press OK to confirm.
PIP - PAP
Return Dual Mode Channel Zoom Position PIP 04 BBC4. Off Upper right
This function can be used to display a second source (TV, AV, etc.) in a corner of the screen or on the right side of the screen. It is available in both TV and PC mode.
Setting the time
Return Sleep timer Time reference Time Date Calendar Wake up timer Wake up time Wake up channel Turn off timer Turn off time
Off 04 BBC4 12:34 01/06/05. Once 07:CNN Once 12:00
The Time menu allows you to set the time and date on your TV set, to programme an automatic turn-off or wake-up timer and to view the calendar. Display the OVERVIEW menu by pressing the MENU button. Select the Time option and press OK to confirm.
Setting the time and date 1. Select the Time reference option. 2. Select a channel which displays Teletext so that the time and date from this can be used
as a reference, by using the buttons or entering a channel number using the numeric buttons on the remote control.The time and date appear in a couple of seconds if they are available on the channel that has been selected.
3. If the time and date are not supplied by Teletext they will not appear under the Time
and Date options.You will then have to enter them manually. Select the Time option and enter the time using the numeric buttons or the buttons.The setting -- appears under the Time reference option. Select the Date option and enter the date using the numeric buttons in the format: DD/MM/YY.
Notes: - In the event of the power supply being cut off (the TV set is unplugged or there is an electrical fault), the time and date will be lost, if they have been entered manually.You need to enter them again. In this instance, we advise you to consult a channel which has this information and to check that it is correct. - If the time has not been set, when you select the Time option from the OVERVIEW, a message appears prompting you to set the time.
Using the calendar
Return Month Year Today
Mon Tue Wed Thu 29
This menu allows you to look for a particular date.
1. Select the Calendar option and press OK to confirm.The Calendar screen
Fri 30 Sat Sun 18 25
2. Under Month select the month you want from the list using the buttons. 3. Under Year select the year you want from the list using the buttons.
The calendar displays the selected month. To display the calendar for the current month, select the Today option and press OK to confirm.The current day is automatically selected if the date is available.
Programming a turn-off timer
You can programme the TV sets turn-off timer by setting a period of time after which or a specific time when the TV set goes into standby mode. To set a period of time after which the TV set goes into standby mode:
1. Select the Sleep timer option. 2. Using the buttons, set the period after which the TV set automatically goes into
standby mode (4 hours maximum, at 5-minute intervals).To disable this function, select Off. Note:You can access this function directly by pressing the SLEEP button on your remote
standby mode after five minutes if it does not receive any signal on the selected channel or AV programme.To enable this function, check the box by pressing OK.
Burn in protection (plasma TV sets only): when this function is on, it moves the picture on screen without the user noticing it in order to prevent screen burnout.
Note: This function is enabled by default.
Press EXIT to close the menu. Select the option Return and press OK to return to the Installation menu.
Configuring AV sockets
Return AV1 name AV1 video input AV2 name AV2 video input AV3 name AV3 video input CMP name VGA name HDMI name
You can configure your TV set according to the equipment you connect to it.
DECOD. RGB. VCR1 S-Video. CAMCOR Video. CMP _ _ _ VGA _ _ _ HDMI _ _
Display the OVERVIEW menu by pressing the MENU button. Select the Installation option and press OK to confirm.The Installation menu appears. Select the AV settings option and press OK to confirm. Follow the messages on screen and the instructions below explaining how to configure the AV sockets.
AV1 name: use the
buttons to select from the list the name of the equipment connected to this socket. If the factory preset names do not suit you, select AV1_ _ _ and enter another one, following the screen messages. buttons to select from the list the type of video signal transmitted by the equipment connected to the AV1 socket.
Note: Select RGB if no picture is displayed when you connect a games console.
AV1 video input: use the
Select the name of the device connected to AV1.
Repeat the same procedure to configure the AV2 socket.
AV3 name: use the
buttons to select from the list the name of the device connected to the AV3 sockets. If none of the devices in the list is appropriate, select AV3 _ _ _ and enter the name of the device following the instructions on the screen.
AV3 video input: use the
buttons to select from the list the type of video signal transmitted by the equipment connected to the AV3 sockets.If the equipment is connected to the AV3 scart socket, select Video or S-Video. If it is connected to the AV3 cinch sockets, select Video (cinch) or S-Video (cinch).
CMP name: use the
buttons to select from the list the name of the device connected to this socket. If none of the devices in the list is appropriate, select CMP _ _ _ and enter another one, following the instructions on the screen.
VGA name: use the
buttons to select from the list the name of the device connected to this socket. If none of the devices in the list is appropriate, select VGA _ _ _ and enter the name of the device following the instructions on the screen.
HDMI name: use the
buttons to select from the list the name of the device connected to this socket. If none of the devices in the list is appropriate, select HDMI _ _ and enter the name of the device following the instructions on the screen.
The main menu offers other functions, which are described below. Select an option and press OK.
This function can be used to control access to files that can be read by this reader. Press OK to display the relevant menu. buttons and press OK to confirm. Enter a 4-digit code in the screen that appears using the numeric buttons on the remote control, then press OK to confirm. Enter your code again to confirm it, then press OK.
Note: Choose a code that is easy for you to remember or make a note of it.
Lock Player.This is used to lock the reader. Select Lock Player from the Lock menu using the
When the reader is locked, you need to enter the code to access the options in the Lock menu.
Unlock Player.This is used to unlock the reader. buttons and press OK to confirm. Select Lock from the main menu using the Enter your code in the screen that appears using the numeric buttons, then press OK to confirm.The Lock menu appears. Select Unlock Player and press OK to
confirm.The reader is unlocked.
Change Password.This is used to change your password. buttons and press Select Change Password from the Lock menu using the OK to confirm. Enter a new 4-digit code and press OK to confirm. Enter your new code again to confirm it, then press OK. Ratings Limits. Select Ratings Limits from the Lock menu using the buttons and press OK to confirm.You can then define the conditions for accessing
unrated titles (which don't contain any parental control information). Press OK. Select Free Access if you don't want to set any limits, or Password Required if you want to allow the files to be read only after a password has been entered. These limits are only enabled if you have locked the reader.
System Test. If requested by your reseller, you can select the System Test option
to access certain information.
This can be used to enable the On-Screen Displays function. Press OK.The OnScreen Displays option appears. Press OK. Enable or disable the function by pressing OK.
This can be used to enable the Sound Logic function.You can use this function to control the different sound levels via dynamic compression. It improves the quality of the sound track at a low volume and quietens the loudest sounds. Press OK.The Sound Logic option appears. Enable or disable the function by pressing OK.
This can be used to select the language which the menus for the memory card reader are displayed in. Press OK.The Player Menus option appears. Press OK. Select a language from the list using the buttons and press OK to confirm.
The Teletext service is available in many countries under a variety of names (TOP Text, Fastext, FLOF text,Videotext). It is provided as a free service by television broadcasters.This service provides a real wealth of information, available at any time, on weather, sports results, news, games, etc.The information is presented in pages or organised in topics specified in colour on the screen and you can access this information by simply pressing the buttons of the relevant colour on the remote control.
Other Teletext functions
When a newsflash is detected, the icon is replaced with a N in the navigator. Select it and press OK to display the newsflash. In the case of an update, the Teletext function is enabled and displays the new information.
Some channels provide subtitles for some of their programmes. The number of the relevant pages is specified on the Teletext index page. To display subtitles, enable the Teletext function, find the number of the page displaying the subtitles and enter it. Once the relevant page is found, the subtitles appear in the TV picture.The navigator disappears after a couple of seconds.To display it again, press the TEXT button (purple).
Press the TEXT button (purple) on the remote control.Teletext will display the last page selected, or if you have changed channel, the index page (usually 100). If the particular programme does not provide a Teletext service, a message will appear to this effect. To display a page, enter its 3-digit number or use the PR+/PRbuttons.The page appears after a few moments.The entered number appears: - red if the page does not exist, - white if the page has been found, - green when a sub-page has also been found for this page, - yellow when the page exists but has not been found yet. If the current page includes subpages, the page number is displayed in green. In this mode, pressing the buttons will allow you to step through all the available subpages. You can select a specific subpage number by pressing 0 to enter subpage direct access mode.The display will look like this: 120 ----. You can then enter the four digits of the sub-page number using the numeric buttons (e.g. 0003).
In some countries (Spain, Benelux, etc.), you can set a time to display certain Teletext pages (alarm pages). To do this, display the relevant alarm page and enter subpage mode. Enter the time instead of the subpage number (e.g. 1705 for 17:05) and press EXIT.The page will disappear and will appear again at the set time, as long as you do not change channels or switch off the TV beforehand.
The yellow and blue buttons on the remote control allow you to access directly those pages whose numbers are displayed in yellow and blue at the bottom of the screen.
In the navigator use the following functions: buttons to select one of the
There is a band displayed at the bottom of the screen in Fastext teletext, which is divided into coloured sections, which represent links to the topics which you can access by pressing the button of the relevant colour. Other topics accessible in the same way can also be displayed.
Some information is spread over several subpages which will be displayed one after the other.To stop subpage scrolling, select STOP and press OK. Press OK to allow the information to move again. If you select STOP and the symbol changes colour, this means that there are no subpages.
TOPtext displays a bar at the bottom of the page divided into two coloured sections (yellow and blue).The blue section displays a topic you can access directly by pressing the blue button.The next topic will then appear in the blue section.The yellow section displays an article you can access directly by pressing the yellow button.The next article will then appear in the yellow section.
To reveal a hidden answer (for example, in games), select and press OK. Press OK once more to hide the answer again.
Select and press OK: once to zoom in on the top part of the screen, twice to zoom in on the bottom part of the screen and three times to return to normal display.
Storing the programme page
If the broadcasting company amends the pages of its Teletext you need to save the new programme page to be able to access the programme guide (see page 21). To do this, go to the programme page for the current day and select the function in the navigator. Press the OK button until the message Store for programme info: OK. Reset: 0 appears at the bottom of the screen. Press OK.Press EXIT to quit Teletext, and access the programme guide again. Press the EXIT button to quit Teletext.
These can be used to connect a DVD player.The component sockets automatically detect the type of component signal received: interlaced component (YPrPb) or progressive component (YCrCb).
VGA socket (15 pin) + audio socket (input) at the back
These can be used to connect a computer.
HDMI socket (or DVI socket + cinch audio sockets) (input) at the back
This can be used to connect a PC with a compatible video card installed, certain DVD players or a high-definition compatible digital satellite decoder.This socket allows a very high transmission quality for the video and audio signals.To connect a device with a DVI socket, you can use the HDMI socket and the cinch audio sockets. In this instance, the HDMI socket is used for receiving the video signal and the cinch sockets for receiving the audio signal. An HDMI-DVI cable is required.
Notes: - Do not connect a device supplying analogue RGB signals to this socket. - The HDMI socket is compatible with HDCP format.
R audio (DVI) L
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. To display images using the equipment connected, press the AV button on the remote control: once to select AV1, twice to select AV2, etc. For some equipment (connected to the SCART sockets), this selection is done automatically.
video monitor OUT
Cinch audio sockets (output) at the back
These can be used to connect a stereo amplifier, a hi-fi system or amplified speakers (see further below).
Cinch audio + video sockets (output) at the back
These can be used to connect a Home Cinema amplifier.
USB socket (input) at the side
This can be used to connect a memory card reader for cards containing mp3,WMA, JPEG, MPEG, and/or DivX files.The following USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 Mass Storage Class devices are recognised as compatible: - flash memory card readers - USB flash memory sticks - mp3 players with flash memory - mp3 players with hard disc, with their own power supply - most digital cameras - some mobile telephones - hard disc drives with their own power supply, supporting FAT12 and FAT16 file systems. The FAT8, FAT12 and FAT16 file systems are supported. NTFS systems are not supported.
Memory card sockets (input) on the side
These can be used to connect memory cards. The following formats are supported: SM, SD, MMC, MS, MS Pro, XD, CF and MD.
Connecting active speakers or an amplifier
The audio cinch sockets on the side of the set can be used to connect active speakers (with a built-in amplifier) or an amplifier. Connect the left speaker to the cinch L socket and the right speaker to the cinch R socket. To connect an amplifier, you should connect the cinch left L and right R sockets to the amplifiers L and R inputs.
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