WinBook LCD TV User's Manual by wls73800

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									                       WinBook LCD TV
                        User’s Manual




Part Number: 5615 3008 0002 R00
(September 2005)
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Note
The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
Thank You for Choosing This Product
Your new LCD TV was built utilizing the latest advancements in television technology. We are
proud to offer you a product that will provide convenient, dependable service and enjoyment for
years to come.


General Information
This widescreen active matrix TFT (thin film transistor) liquid crystal monitor is designed for
use as a stand alone TV as well as a display device for video electronics appliances and personal
computers.


Important Safety Information
The Power Supply should be connected to a MAIN Socket outlet with a protective earthing
connection.


  WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
           EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO WATER OR MOISTURE.



                                         CAUTION
                                  RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
                                        DO NOT OPEN


        CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
          REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
       INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.


Note to CATV system installer
This reminder is provided to call CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the
National Electrical Code (Section 54 of Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1), that provides
guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building as close as to the point of cable entry as
practical.
Caution: FCC/CSA regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this
equipment may void the user's authority to operate it.

Important
One Federal Court has held that unauthorized recording of copyrighted TV programs is an
infringement of U.S. copyright laws. Certain Canadian programs may also be copyrighted and
any unauthorized recording in whole or in part may be in violation of these rights.
Warning
Do not leave any stationary images, patterns, PIP windows, or letterbox images on the screen for
an extended period of time as this may result in permanent damage to the LCD panel. This type
of damage is not covered under warranty. The following are examples of, but not limited to,
potentially hazardous display output: side bar images, video game patterns, closed captioning,
channel logos, and letterbox black bars. To prevent this type of damage, display constant moving
images that fill the screen as often as possible.
According to industrial standards for LCD display technology, there are a certain number of
allowable defective pixels. Although we produce panels with more than 99.9 percent active
cells, there still may be some cells that do not produce light or remain constantly lit. For further
information, please contact sales or technical support.


Safety Precautions
Safety Labels are found on your LCD TV as well as on various packaging materials.
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Water and moisture: Do not use the product near water or areas of high moisture content
   such as swimming pools, bathtubs or wet basements.
6. Cleaning: Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet before cleaning the product. Use a
   damp cloth to clean the product. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
7. Ventilation: The vents and other openings in the cabinet are designed for ventilation. Do not
   cover or block these vents and openings as insufficient ventilation can cause overheating
   and/or shorten the life of the product. Do not place the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other
   similar surface, since they can block ventilation openings. This product was not designed to
   operate in an enclosed environment. Do not place the product in an enclosed space such as a
   bookcase or rack, unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instructions are
   followed.
8. Heat sources: Keep the product away from heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves and
   other heat-generating products (including amplifiers).
9. Stand: Do not place the product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod or table. Placing the
   product on an unstable base can cause the product to fall, resulting in serious personal
   injuries as well as damage to the product. Only use a cart, stand, tripod, and bracket or table
   recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the product. Only use
   mounting hardware recommended by the manufacturer.
10. Use care when moving the product on a rolling cart. Sudden stops,
    excessive force and uneven floor surface can cause the product to fall
    from the cart.
11. For added protection during a lightning storm or for extended periods of non-use, unplug the
    power cord from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna (if used). This will prevent
    damage to the product due to power line surges.
12. The LCD panel used in this product is made of glass. Therefore, it can break if the product is
    dropped or struck.
13. During the LCD panel lifespan it is normal for a few pixels to become defective. Non-active
    pixels may appear on the screen as fixed points of red, blue or green. Refer pixel policy
    questions to the reseller for further clarification on acceptable loss.
14. An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or
    other electrical conduits. When installing an outside antenna, use extreme caution to prevent
    the antenna from coming into contact with said items, as contact with them may be fatal.
15. Outdoor antenna grounding:
    If an outside antenna is connected to the LCD TV, be sure the antenna system is grounded so
    as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810
    of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with regard to proper
    grounding of the mast and supporting structure, ground of the lead-in wire to 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




                                          Ground Clamp

                                                                     Antenna Discharge Unit
                                                                    (NEC SECTION 810-20)

                                                                     Grounding Conductors
                                  Electric Service                   (NEC SECTION 810-21)
                                       Equipment
                                                             Ground Clamps
 NEC – National Electrical Code                             Power Service
                                                            Grounding Electrode
                                                            System (NEC ART 250,
                                                            PART H)
Table of Contents

Preface          .................................................................................................... iv
Chapter 1 Quick Setup................................................................................. 1
                1.1 Unpacking................................................................................................... 1
                1.2 Preparation.................................................................................................. 2
                    Inserting the Batteries ................................................................................. 2
                    Mounting the Speaker (Optional) ............................................................... 3
                    Mounting the LCD TV on the Wall (Optional) .......................................... 3
                1.3 Basic Connections ...................................................................................... 5
                    Connecting Cable TV or an Antenna (Analog) .......................................... 5
                    Connecting an Antenna (Digital) to the Optional ATSC Tuner ................. 5
                    Connecting Digital Audio........................................................................... 6
                    Connecting Power....................................................................................... 7
                1.4 Powering the TV On and Off...................................................................... 8
                    Main Power Switch..................................................................................... 8
                    Power Button .............................................................................................. 8
Chapter 2 Introducing Your LCD TV......................................................... 11
                2.1    Features..................................................................................................... 11
                2.2    Front Panel Components........................................................................... 12
                2.3    Rear Panel Components............................................................................ 13
                2.4    Rear Right-Side Panel Components ......................................................... 14
                2.5    Right-Side Panel Components .................................................................. 15
                2.6    Left-Side Panel Components .................................................................... 16
                2.7    Remote Control......................................................................................... 17
Chapter 3 Watching TV.............................................................................. 19
                3.1 Before You Can Watch TV ...................................................................... 19
                    Selecting TV or Cable TV ........................................................................ 19
                    Scanning TV Channels (VHF/UHF Antenna Only) ................................. 19
                3.2 Basic TV Controls .................................................................................... 19
                    Selecting TV Channels ............................................................................. 19
                    Returning to the Previous Channel ........................................................... 20
                    Adjusting Volume..................................................................................... 20
                    Selecting Mono/Stereo/SAP Mode........................................................... 20
                    Selecting Closed Captions ........................................................................ 21
                3.3 Favorite Channels and Channel Edit ........................................................ 22
                    Setting Favorite Channels......................................................................... 22
                    Skipping/Adding Channels ....................................................................... 22
Chapter 4 Connecting External Devices .................................................. 23
                4.1 Understanding Video Connections ........................................................... 23
                4.2 Connecting a DVD Player ........................................................................ 24
                    Using the HDMI Connection.................................................................... 24



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                      Using the Component Connection ............................................................ 25
                      Using the S-Video Connection ................................................................. 26
                      Using the Composite Connection ............................................................. 27
               4.3    Connecting a HDTV Set-top Box ............................................................. 28
                      Using the HDMI Connection .................................................................... 28
                      Using the Component Video Connection ................................................. 29
               4.4    Connecting a VCR, Camcorder, or Game Console................................... 30
                      Using the S-Video Connection ................................................................. 30
                      Using the Composite Connections............................................................ 31
               4.5    Connecting a Computer ............................................................................ 32
                      Using the DVI Connection........................................................................ 32
                      Using the VGA Connection ...................................................................... 33
               4.6    Connecting to the Second TV Input Connector (Optional) ...................... 34
               4.7    Connecting To Other Devices................................................................... 35
                      Using the S-Video Connection ................................................................. 35
                      Using the Composite Connections............................................................ 36
Chapter 5 More Features............................................................................39
               5.1 Changing the Aspect Ratio ....................................................................... 39
                   Using the Remote Control......................................................................... 39
                   Using the OSD .......................................................................................... 39
               5.2 Using Freeze ............................................................................................. 40
               5.3 Using Twin Picture ................................................................................... 40
                   Part 1. Activating PIP/PBP/POP Mode..................................................... 41
                   Part 2. Selecting the Input Source............................................................. 41
                   Swapping the Main and Sub Pictures ....................................................... 42
                   Adjusting PIP Display............................................................................... 42
               5.4 Using Parental Control.............................................................................. 43
                   MPAA ....................................................................................................... 43
                   TV PG Rating ........................................................................................... 43
                   Setting up Parental Control ....................................................................... 44
                   Viewing Blocked Program........................................................................ 45
               5.5 Setting the Sleep Timer............................................................................. 45
                   Using the Remote Control......................................................................... 45
                   Using the OSD .......................................................................................... 45
Chapter 6 Adjusting LCD TV Settings.......................................................47
               6.1 Using the OSD .......................................................................................... 47
                   Opening the OSD Menu............................................................................ 47
                   Moving Around and Making Selections ................................................... 47
                   Changing the OSD Language ................................................................... 48
               6.2 Picture Menu............................................................................................. 48
                   PC Mode (VGA / DVI)............................................................................. 49
               6.3 Sound Menu.............................................................................................. 51
               6.4 Setup Menu ............................................................................................... 52
               6.5 PIP Menu .................................................................................................. 53
               6.6 Parental Control Menu.............................................................................. 55
               6.7 Option Menu ............................................................................................. 56
Chapter 7 Troubleshooting........................................................................59
               7.1 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 59




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Appendix A Specifications .......................................................................... 61
                A.1 Specifications............................................................................................ 61
                A.2 Regulatory Information............................................................................. 63
                    Class B Regulations .................................................................................. 63
Appendix B Channel Bandwidth and Designation .......................................... 65




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Preface

This manual contains information that will help you operate your system. It is divided into 7
chapters and 2 appendices.
     Chapter 1, Quick Setup, takes you through the process of setting up the LCD TV for use.
     Chapter 2, Introducing Your LCD TV, briefly introduces the connectors, buttons, and
     controls on your LCD TV and the buttons on your remote control.
     Chapter 3, Watching TV, tells you how to use the basic operations for watching TV.
     Chapter 4, Connecting External Devices, tells you how to connect different devices to your
     LCD TV.
     Chapter 5, More Features, provides detailed information on features such as aspect ratio,
     freeze, twin-picture mode, parental controls, and sleep timer.
     Chapter 6, Adjusting LCD TV Settings, describes how to adjust the settings using the On
     Screen Display (OSD).
     Chapter 7, Troubleshooting, gives solutions to common problems.
     Appendix A, Specifications, provides brief specifications and regulatory information for the
     LCD TV.
     Appendix B, Channel Bandwidth and Designation, provides the USA CATV channel
     table for selecting proper channel bandwidth.




iv
 1       Quick Setup


1.1 Unpacking
         NOTE: Depending on the model you purchased, the appearance of your LCD TV and its accessories may
         not be exactly the same as those shown in this manual.

After unpacking the shipping carton, you should find these standard items:




                                                                          Power Cord




                                                                     Composite AV Cable




                           TV Set                              Audio Cable for PC Line-In (Input)




          Remote Control   AAA Battery (×2)          User Manual              Warranty Card




Quick Setup                                                                                             1
1.2 Preparation
Inserting the Batteries
1. Prepare two AAA batteries. It is recommended that the batteries are of the same type and
   manufacturer. (Two batteries are supplied with your LCD TV.)
2. Remove the battery door by pressing inwards on the battery latch and lifting it up and away
   from the remote control.




3. Install the two AAA batteries into the battery compartment as depicted by the diagram in the
   interior of the battery compartment showing the positive (+) and negative (–) ends of the
   batteries.
4. Place the battery door back into place and make sure it clicks into position.
        CAUTION:
          Place the batteries with their terminals corresponding to the (+) and (–) indicators.
          When replacing the batteries, use two batteries of the same type and manufacturer. Replace both
          batteries at the same time. Do not mix old and new batteries together.
          Check the regulations of your local government for proper battery disposal.




2                                                                                               Quick Setup
Mounting the Speaker (Optional)
         CAUTION: Make sure the power is off before you install or disassemble the detachable speaker.
         NOTE: The optional speaker is designed for mounting to the LCD TV only. The speaker is not designed as
         a stand alone product.

1. Attach both of the steel plates to the rear of the speaker using the bottom row screw holes.
   Line up the speaker (with steel plates attached) so that the top row of screw holes are aligned
   with the corresponding screw holes on the rear of the TV.




2. Connect the left and right side speaker cables (red and black wires) to the corresponding
   color connectors on the rear of the LCD TV.




         NOTE: Only 8Ω / 15W speaker can be connected to the speaker connectors. Do not attempt to connect
         higher specification speakers as it may cause damage to the LCD TV.

Mounting the LCD TV on the Wall (Optional)
         CAUTION: Mounting an LCD TV requires the skills of a qualified technician. Do not attempt to mount the
         TV by yourself. IPSG bears no responsibility for improper installation resulting in accident or injury.




Quick Setup                                                                                                    3
The LCD TV can be mounted onto a variety of mounting fixtures (purchased separately) that are
compliant with VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) standards (200 mm × 200 mm
for the 37”, 200 mm × 100 mm for the 32”).
Before mounting the display to the wall, the stand must be removed from the LCD TV.
1. Carefully lay the LCD TV with its front facing down on a flat and steady surface.
        CAUTION: To protect the LCD panel, use a soft cloth, such as a towel, to lay the display (front of the LCD
        TV) on.

2. Remove the screws connecting the stand to the LCD TV.




        NOTE: The speaker does not have to be unmounted to remove the stand.

3. Pull outwards on the base to detach the stand from the LCD TV frame.




4. After the stand has been removed, the LCD TV is ready to be mounted on the wall. It is
   recommended to seek the help of a qualified technician to perform the installation or refer to
   your wall mounting kit manual for instructions.




4                                                                                                    Quick Setup
1.3 Basic Connections
Connecting Cable TV or an Antenna (Analog)
         NOTES:
           To receive an optimal signal, it is recommended that you use a 75 ohm F-type coaxial cable.
           For proper reception of VHF/UHF channels, an external antenna is required. For best reception, an
           outdoor antenna is recommended.
           For reception of cable channels, you have to subscribe to a cable TV company and use the cable
           supplied by your local cable company.

1. Prepare an F-type coaxial cable (not supplied).
2. Connect one end of the corresponding coaxial cable to the TV1 input connector. Connect the
   other end to an antenna or cable TV connector on the wall.




Connecting an Antenna (Digital) to the Optional ATSC Tuner
         NOTES:
           To receive an optimal signal, it is recommended that you use a 75 ohm F-type coaxial cable.
           For proper reception of ATSC signals, an external antenna is required. For best reception, an outdoor
           antenna is recommended.

1. Prepare an F-type coaxial cable (not supplied).
2. Connect one end of the corresponding coaxial cable to the Digital TV input connector.
   Connect the other end to an ATSC compliant antenna.




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        CAUTION: Use caution when attaching an F-type connector. Over tightening the connector may cause
        damage to the LCD TV.

Connecting Digital Audio
        NOTE: The digital audio output port is only available on models that ship with the built-in ATSC digital tuner.

If watching digital TV, S/PDIF compatible devices (such as speakers or amplifiers) can be
connected through the SPDIF connector located on the left side panel of the LCD TV.




1. Prepare an S/PDIF cable (not supplied).
2. Connect one end of the corresponding S/PDIF cable to the S/PDIF out connector. Connect
   the other end to the S/PDIF in connector of the speakers or amplifier.




6                                                                                                        Quick Setup
Connecting Power
Plug the female end of the power cord to the power connector on the rear of the LCD TV and
plug the male end to an electrical outlet.




         CAUTION:
           When unplugging the power cord, disconnect from the electrical outlet first, then from the system.
           When unplugging the connector, always hold the plug head. Never pull on the cord.




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1.4 Powering the TV On and Off
        NOTE: Before using the LCD TV for the first time, remember to remove the plastic film that protects the
        panel during transport.

Main Power Switch
When using the LCD TV for the first time, make sure that the main power switch located on the
rear of the LCD TV is set to the on ( I ) position. The power indicator on front of the LCD TV will
illuminate orange, indicating that the TV has power and is currently in standby mode.




Once the master power switch has been engaged, TV power can be turned on and off using the
power buttons located on the right side panel of the TV or the remote control.

Power Button
To turn the TV on, press the POWER button located on the right side panel of the TV or the power
button on the remote control. The power indicator on front of the LCD TV lights green to indicate
that the TV is on.
To turn the TV off, press the POWER button located on the right side panel of the TV or the power
button on the remote control. The power indicator on front of the LCD TV lights orange to
indicate that the TV is in off (standby) mode.




8                                                                                                   Quick Setup
Quick Setup   9
 2       Introducing Your LCD TV


2.1 Features
Your LCD TV features:
    Widescreen color active matrix thin film transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD)
    1366×768 resolution
    Analog TV tuner / Dual Analog TV tuner with 37” model / Optional ATSC Digital tuner
    Incorporates High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI™) technology
    Antiglare with AR coating and Hard-Coating (3H)
    TV system compatibility: NTSC
    SAP system: MTS
    OSD (On Screen Display) adjustment
    PIP (Picture-In-Picture), POP (Picture-Out-Picture), and PBP (Picture-By-Picture) with
    swap function
    Closed Caption and Teletext support
    HDMI / VGA / DVI-D / TV / DTV / AV × 4 / S-Video / Component input support
    TV / AV output support
    HDTV resolution (480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i) through component, DVI and HDMI™




Introducing Your LCD TV                                                                      11
2.2 Front Panel Components




 Ref.     Component                              Description                          See Also

        Remote Sensor     Receives signal input from the remote control.

        Power Indicator   Green: On                                                  Section 1.4
                          Orange: Standby
                          Off: Main power off




12                                                                         Introducing Your LCD TV
2.3 Rear Panel Components




 Ref.         Component                         Description                           See Also

        AV Out Connectors   Connects to a variety of video equipment that supports   Chapter 4
                            composite and S-Video connections such as DVD
                            players, VCR’s and game consoles.
        HDMI Connector      Connects to a HDMI device, such as a DVD player or
                            digital set top box.
        DVI Connector       Connects to the digital video interface (DVI-D) of a     Section 4.5
                            computer.
        VGA Connector       Connects to the VGA port of a computer.                  Section 4.5

        Line In Connector   Connects to the audio out connector of a computer.       Section 4.5

        Main Power Switch   Turns the main power on and off.                         Section 1.4

        Power Connector     Connects to an A/C outlet for powering the display.      Section 1.3




Introducing Your LCD TV                                                                          13
2.4 Rear Right-Side Panel Components




Ref      Component                              Description                             See Also
      DTV Input           Connects to a DTV antenna for receiving ATSC digital
      Connector           television.
      AV3 In Connectors   Connects to video equipment such as DVD players and          Chapter 4
      AV4 In Connectors   digital set top boxes that utilize component video.
      AV2 In Connectors   Connects to a variety of video equipment that supports       Chapter 4
                          composite and S-Video connections such as DVD players,
                          VCR’s and game consoles.
      TV1 In Connector    Connects to a VHF/UHF antenna or cable TV.

      TV1 Out Connector   Passes TV1 input to an external device such as another TV
                          or VCR. For 37” models, a second tuner is installed
      TV2 In Connector    allowing for true twin picture support of multiple video     Section 1.3
      (optional)          sources. If only one video source is available, the second
                          tuner can be linked to the TV1 out connector to allow for
                          simultaneous two channel viewing.




14                                                                          Introducing Your LCD TV
2.5 Right-Side Panel Components




Ref        Component                            Description                           See Also
      S/PDIF Connector    Connects to a S/PDIF input device such as an amplifier or
      (option only        speakers.
      available with      NOTE: This connector will only function if you are
      built-in ATSC       watching DTV.
      tuner)
      Headphone           Connects to a set of headphone.
      Connector
      AV1 In Connectors   Connects to a variety of video equipment that supports      Chapter 4
                          composite and S-Video connections such as DVD players,
                          VCR’s and game consoles.




Introducing Your LCD TV                                                                           15
2.6 Left-Side Panel Components




Ref      Component                          Description                         See Also

      CH ∨            Goes to the next or previous channel.                    Section 3.3
      CH ∧
                      OSD active: selects OSD items.                           Chapter 6
      VOL <           Decreases or increases the volume.                       Section 3.3
      VOL >
                      OSD active: adjusts OSD setting values.                  Chapter 6
      MENU Button     Opens or closes the OSD menu.                            Chapter 6

      SOURCE Button   Switches to another input source (VGA, DVI, S-Video,
                      AV1, AV2, AV3, AV4, TV, TV2 (37” only), HDTV
                      (ATSC only), and HDMI).
      Power Button    Turns the TV ON and OFF (standby).                       Section 1.4




16                                                                   Introducing Your LCD TV
2.7 Remote Control
                           Button                Function                  See Also
                          POWER     Turns the TV on and off               Section 1.4
                                    (standby).
                          SOURCE    Switches to a different video input
                                    source.
                          DIGITAL   Toggles between the NTSC and
                                    ATSC (digital) tuners.
                          VIEW      Toggles the aspect ratio between      Section 5.1
                          MODE      Widescreen (16:9) or Normal
                                    (4:3).
                          PIP       Switches to one of the                Section 5.3
                                    twin-picture modes (PIP (small
                                    screen), PIP (medium screen),
                                    PIP (large screen), PBP, POP,
                                    and OFF).
                          SWAP      Swap sources between the Main         Section 5.3
                                    window and the Sub window.
                                    This button is only active when
                                    PIP mode is enabled.
                          CC        Activates Closed Captioning if        Section 3.2
                                    supported by the TV broadcast.
                          EPG       Electronic Program Guide:
                                    Display the schedule, title and
                                    program information of local
                                    DTV broadcasts.
                          SOUND     Toggles the audio mode (Mono,         Section 3.2
                                    Stereo, Main, and SAP).
                          SLEEP     Sets the sleep timer.                 Section 5.5
                          FREEZE    Freezes the display image.            Section 5.2
                          MUTE      Toggles mute on and off.              Section 3.2




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         Button                Function                  See Also
     CH+ /         Goes to the previous or next         Section 3.3
     CH– /         channel.
     VOL+ /        Increases or decreases the           Section 3.2
     VOL– /        volume.




         Button                Function                  See Also

     FAV CH        One button access to your favorite Section 3.3
     (A to D)      channels.
     DISPLAY       Displays the current input source,
                   channel number and signal type
                   on the screen.
     MEMORY Save the currently viewed                   Section 3.4
            channel as a favorite channel.
                   Navigates the OSD menu.              Chapter 6
     ENTER         Executes the selection in the        Chapter 6
                   OSD.
     EXIT          Exits the OSD menu. (When            Appendix B
                   watching DTV only.)
     MENU          Opens the OSD menu or returns        Chapter 6
                   to the previous menu.

         Button                Function                  See Also
     Number        Enter a TV channel number.           Section 3.3
     (0, 1 to 9)
                   Enters a password when parental      Section 5.4
                   control are in use.
     R             Returns to the previously viewed     Section 3.2
                   channel.
     100           Selects a 3-digit channel.           Section 3.2




18                                          Introducing Your LCD TV
 3       Watching TV


3.1 Before You Can Watch TV
Selecting TV or Cable TV
After connecting to a VHF/UHF antenna or cable TV, you need to switch the display to the
correct input source. Use the OSD to select between TV or cable:
1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu.
2. Press the       button twice to select the antenna icon and press ENTER to open the Setup
   Menu.
3. Press      or     to select TV or Cable depending on the input source.
4. Press ENTER to activate your selection.

Scanning TV Channels (VHF/UHF Antenna Only)
When using the LCD TV for the first time it is recommended that you scan all available TV
channels and store them in memory. Once the available channels have been memorized, it is not
necessary to scan for available channels in the future.
        NOTE: It is not necessary to scan for channels when using a cable TV providers set top box. If using a set
        top box, it is important that the TV channel matches the set top box default channel (normally CH3 or CH4).

1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu.
2. Press the       button twice to select the antenna icon and press ENTER to open the Setup
   Menu.
3. Press       to select Channel Edit.
4. Press      to select Auto Scan.
5. Press ENTER to scan all available channels. (See Appendix B Channel Bandwidth and
   Designation for more details.)


3.2 Basic TV Controls
Selecting TV Channels
You can select TV channels in three ways:
   Pressing CH + /      or CH − /     on the remote control



Watching TV                                                                                                    19
     Pressing CH ∧ or CH ∨ on the right panel of the TV
     Pressing the number buttons on the remote control
         To select a 1-digit channel, press the digit.
         To select a 2-digit channel, press the first digit and then the second digit within 3
         seconds.
         To select a 3-digit channel, press the 100 button, then press the second and third digits
         within 3 seconds for each digit.

Returning to the Previous Channel
You can recall your previously viewed channel by pressing the R button on the remote control. It
also allows you to jump back and forth between the current and previous channels.

Adjusting Volume
You can adjust the volume in two ways:
     Pressing VOL + /   or VOL − /   on the remote control
     Pressing VOL ∧ or VOL ∨ on the right panel of the TV
To mute the sound, press the MUTE button on the remote control. To end the mute, press the same
button again.

Selecting Mono/Stereo/SAP Mode
Your LCD TV can receive and decode alternative audio other than the main audio stream for the
program. This feature is called Multi-channel Television Sound (MTS). This LCD TV with
MTS can receive mono sound, stereo sound and Secondary Audio Programs (SAP). The
available modes are:
     Mono
     For mono reception. Selecting this mode may help reduce noise or dropouts during weak
     stereo broadcasts.
     Stereo
     For two channel audio reception when viewing a program broadcasted in stereo.
     Main
     For the normal program soundtrack.
     SAP
     For Second Audio Programming (SAP). Used for bilingual audio (available only if the
     current TV broadcast supports SAP).
You can use the remote control or OSD to switch between modes.

Using the Remote Control
Press the SOUND button on the remote control.
If the current TV broadcast supports SAP, pressing the button cycles between SAP and Main.
If the current TV broadcast does not support SAP, pressing the button cycles between Mono,
Stereo, and Main.



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Using the OSD
1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu.
2. Press      to select the speaker icon and press ENTER to open the Sound Menu.
3. Press to select Mono/Stereo, then press            or    to select Mono or Stereo. Press ENTER to
   activate your selection.
4. Press to select Main/SAP. Then press               or    to select Main or SAP. Press ENTER to
   activate your selection.

Selecting Closed Captions
“Closed Caption” is a system which allows conversations, narration, and sound effects in TV
programs and home videos to be viewed as text (captions) on the TV screen. This is helpful for
deaf and hard of hearing audiences.
        NOTE: Not all programming supports Closed Captioning. Closed Caption can only be used when the
        program that you are viewing supports this feature.

You can activate Closed Caption in two ways:

Using the Remote Control
Press the CC button on the remote control once or repeatedly to cycle among the available Closed
Caption options.

Using the OSD
1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu.
2. Press the      button twice to select the antenna icon, and press ENTER to open the Setup
   Menu.
3. Press       to select Closed Caption.
4. Press      to select ON. The Closed Caption sub menu will appear.
5. Press or         to select the desired Closed Caption mode and press ENTER to activate your
   selection.




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3.3 Favorite Channels and Channel Edit
Setting Favorite Channels
You can preset 16 favorite channels for quick, one-button access.

Setting Your Favorite Channels
        NOTE: Unassigned FAV CH buttons default to channel 8.

1. Go to the desired channel.
2. Press the MEMORY button on the remote control, then immediately press FAV CH button (A, B,
   C, or D). Finally, press or to assign a position (1 through 4).
3. Press the MEMORY button on the remote control within 3 seconds to save the favorite channel.
4. To assign a favorite channel to another button, repeat steps 1 through 3 above.
Once your favorite channels have been set, you can press the FAV CH A, B, C, or D button and
scroll or to quickly access your favorite channel.

Skipping/Adding Channels
Skipping Channels
After scanning for channels you may find that there is a channel that you do not want to view
when scrolling through available channels using the CH+ or CH− button. You can add channels to
the skip list using the following instructions.
1. Go to the channel you want to skip.
2. Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu.
3. Press the      button twice to select the antenna icon and press ENTER to open the Setup
   Menu.
4. Press       to select Channel Edit item and press        to select Delete.
5. Press ENTER to activate your selection.
6. To skip another channel, repeat steps 1 through 5 above.

Adding Channels
To recover channels in the skip list, perform the following instructions:
1. Using the number buttons, enter the channel you want to recover from the list.
2. Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu.
3. Press the      button twice to select the antenna icon and press ENTER to open the Setup
   Menu.
4. Press       to select the Channel Edit and press       to select ADD.
5. Press ENTER to activate your selection.




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 4       Connecting External Devices


4.1 Understanding Video Connections
Your LCD TV is equipped with the latest technology for connecting video source devices such
as DVD players, analog cable TV, digital set top boxes and gaming consoles. You can choose
the appropriate connections depending on the devices that you are connecting and the level of
display quality you are trying to achieve.

  Connector and                                           Description
     Cable
                        Coaxial (RF)
                        Analog video and audio signals are transmitted via a single cable to an F-type
                        connector on the video source device.


                        DVI (Digital Video Interface)
                        The DVI connector is used to attach the LCD TV to a personal computer,
                        providing a large screen display for your computing needs.




                        HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
                        Use of a single cable for audio and video improves the home theater system
                        installation experience and eliminates the need for a separate digital audio cable.
                        Most importantly, HDMI offers significant advantages over traditional analog
                        A/V connections, including the ability to transmit uncompressed digital video
                        and audio content.
                        Composite Video
                        Composite video is the standard that connects almost all consumer video
                        equipment − TVs, laser disc players, VCRs, camcorders and gaming consoles.
                        Composite video combines the three basic elements of a video picture (color,
                        brightness, and synchronization data) into a single combined (“composite”)
                        signal.
                        S-Video
                        S-Video, professionally known as Y/C video, carries the Y and C signals
                        separately. This makes for a sharper image on the receiving device when
                        compared with composite video.




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                      Component Video
                      Component video takes the advancement from composite (1-signal) to S-Video
                      (2-signals) a step further. It carries the Y, R-Y, and B-Y signals separately. Use
                      component video to take advantage of the superior picture provided by HDTV
                      and progressive scan DVD sources.



4.2 Connecting a DVD Player
Using the HDMI Connection
1. Prepare the HDMI cable (not supplied).
2. Connect one end of the corresponding HDMI cable to the HDMI connector on your LCD
   TV. Connect the other end to the connector of the DVD player.




3. To watch a DVD, turn on your LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the Main Source
   menu. Press to scroll through the source list and select HDMI as the input source. Press
   ENTER to confirm HDMI as your selection.
4. Turn on the DVD player.
       NOTES:
         For more information, see the instructions supplied with your DVD player.
         You can only have audio output via the L-Audio-R Output connector, headphone connector, or speaker
         when you have an HDMI Input connection.




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Using the Component Connection
         NOTE: If your DVD player has an HDMI output connector it is recommended to use the HDMI connection
         described earlier in this section to achieve optimal picture and sound quality.

1. Prepare the Y/Pb/Pr component cables (not supplied) and the audio cables for this
   connection.
2. Connect one end of the Y cable (green) to the Y connector (green) at the AV3/AV4 location
   on the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the corresponding Y connector (green) on the
   DVD player.
3. Connect one end of the Pb cable (blue) to the Pb connector (blue) at the AV3/AV4 location
   on the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the corresponding Pb connector (blue) on the
   DVD player.
4. Connect one end of the Pr cable (red) to the Pr connector (red) at the AV3/AV4 location on
   the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the corresponding Pr connector (red) on the DVD
   player.
5. Connect the R (red) and L (white) audio cable ends to the L-Audio-R connectors located at
   the AV3/AV4 location on the LCD TV. Connect the other ends to the corresponding left and
   right audio connectors on the DVD player.




6. To watch a DVD, turn on your LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the Main Source
   menu, press to scroll through the source list and select AV 3 or AV 4 as the input source.
   Press ENTER to confirm AV3 or AV4 as your selection.
7. Turn on the DVD player.
         NOTES:
           For more information, see the instructions supplied with your DVD player.
           You can only have audio output via the L-Audio-R Output connector, headphone connector, or speaker
           when you have an AV3/AV4 L-Audio-R Input connection.




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Using the S-Video Connection
        NOTE: If your DVD player has HDMI or component video output connectors it is recommended to use the
        HDMI or component connection described earlier to achieve superior picture quality.

1. Prepare an S-Video cable (not supplied) and the audio cables for this connection.
2. Connect one end of the S-Video cable to the S-Video connector at the AV1/AV2 locations
   on the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the corresponding S-Video connector on the DVD
   player.
3. Connect the R (red) and L (white) audio cable ends to the L-Audio-R connectors at the
   AV1/AV2 locations on the LCD TV. Connect the other ends to the corresponding left and
   right audio connectors on the DVD player.




4. To watch a DVD, turn on your LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the Main Source
   menu, press to scroll through the source list and select AV 1 or AV 2 as the input source.
   Press ENTER to confirm AV1 or AV2 as your selection.
5. Turn on the DVD player.
        NOTES:
          For more information, see the instructions supplied with your DVD player.
          You can only have video output via the S-Video Output connector or Video Output connector when you
          have an AV1/AV2 S-Video Input connection.
          You can only have audio output via the L-Audio-R Output connector, headphone connector, or speaker
          when you have an AV1/AV2 L-Audio-R Input connection.




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Using the Composite Connection
         NOTE: If your DVD player has HDMI, component or S-Video output connectors it is recommended to use
         the HDMI, component or S-Video connection described earlier to achieve best picture quality.

1. Prepare the audio and composite video cables (supplied) for this connection.
2. Connect one end of the composite video cable (yellow) to the composite video connector
   (yellow) at the AV1/AV2 locations on the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the
   corresponding composite video connector (yellow) on the DVD player.
3. Connect the R (red) and L (white) audio cable ends to the L-Audio-R connectors at the
   AV1/AV2 locations on the LCD TV. Connect the other ends to the corresponding left and
   right audio connectors on the DVD player.




4. To watch a DVD, turn on your LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the Main Source
   menu, press to scroll through the source list and select AV 1 or AV 2 as the input source.
   Press ENTER to confirm AV1 or AV2 as your selection.
5. Turn on the DVD player.
         NOTES:
           For more information, see the instructions supplied with your DVD player.
           You can only have video output via the Video Output connector when you have an AV1/AV2 Video
           Input connection.
           You can only have audio output via the L-Audio-R Output connector, headphone connector, or speaker
           when you have an AV1/AV2 L-Audio-R Input connection.




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4.3 Connecting a HDTV Set-top Box
       CAUTION: Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.

Using the HDMI Connection
1. Prepare the HDMI cable (not supplied).
2. Connect one end of the corresponding HDMI cable to the HDMI connector on your LCD
   TV. Connect the other end to the connector of the HDTV Set-top box.




3. To watch HDTV, turn on your LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the Main Source
   menu. Press to scroll through the source list and select HDMI as the input source. Press
   ENTER to confirm HDMI as your selection.
4. Turn on the HDTV Set-top box.
       NOTES:
         For more information, see the instructions supplied with your HDTV Set-top box.
         You can only have audio output via the L-Audio-R Output connector, headphone connector, or
         speakers when you have an HDMI input connection.




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Using the Component Video Connection
           NOTE: If your HDTV Set-top box has an HDMI output connector it is recommended to use the HDMI
           connection described earlier in this section to achieve optimal picture and sound quality.

1. Prepare the Y/Pb/Pr component cables (not supplied) and the audio cables for this
   connection.
2. Connect one end of the Y cable (green) to the Y connector (green) at the AV3/AV4 location
   on the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the corresponding Y connector (green) on the
   HDTV Set-top box.
3. Connect one end of the Pb cable (blue) to the Pb connector (blue) at the AV3/AV4 location
   on the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the corresponding Pb connector (blue) on the
   HDTV Set-top box.
4. Connect one end of the Pr cable (red) to the Pr connector (red) at the AV3/AV4 location on
   the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the corresponding Pr connector (red) on the HDTV
   Set-top box.
5. Connect the R (red) and L (white) audio cable ends to the L-Audio-R connectors located at
   the AV3/AV4 location on the LCD TV. Connect the other ends to the corresponding left and
   right audio connectors on the HDTV Set-top box.




6. To watch HDTV, turn on your LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the Main Source
   menu, press to scroll through the source list and select AV 3 or AV 4 as the input source.
   Press ENTER to confirm AV3 or AV4 as your selection.
           NOTES:
             For more information, see the instructions supplied with your set-top box.
             You can only have audio output via the L-Audio-R Output connector, headphone connector, or speaker
             when you have an AV3/AV4 L-Audio-R Input connection.




* Please see corrections at the end of this manual.




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4.4 Connecting a VCR, Camcorder, or Game Console
Using the S-Video Connection
1. Prepare an S-Video cable (not supplied) and the audio cables for this connection.
2. Connect one end of the S-Video cable to the S-Video connector at the AV1/AV2 locations
   on the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the corresponding S-Video connector on the VCR,
   camcorder, or game console.
3. Connect the R (red) and L (white) audio cable ends to the L-Audio-R connectors at the
   AV1/AV2 locations on the LCD TV. Connect the other ends to the corresponding left and
   right audio connectors on the VCR, camcorder, or game console.




4. To use the connected device, turn on your LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the
   Main Source menu, press to scroll through the source list and select AV 1 or AV 2 as the
   input source. Press ENTER to confirm AV1 or AV2 as your selection.
5. Turn on the VCR/camcorder/gaming console.
        NOTES:
          For more information, see the instructions supplied with your VCR, camcorder, or game console.
          You can only have video output via the S-Video Output connector or Video Output connector when you
          have an AV1/AV2 S-Video Input connection.
          You can only have audio output via the L-Audio-R Output connector, headphone connector, or speaker
          when you have an AV1/AV2 L-Audio-R Input connection.




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Using the Composite Connections
         NOTE: If your device has an S-Video output connector it is recommended to use the S-Video connection
         described earlier in this section for better picture quality.

1. Prepare the audio and composite video cables (supplied) for this connection.
2. Connect one end of the composite video cable (yellow) to the composite video connector
   (yellow) at the AV1/AV2 locations on the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the
   corresponding composite video connector (yellow) on the VCR/camcorder/gaming console.
3. Connect the R (red) and L (white) audio cable ends to the L-Audio-R connectors at the
   AV1/AV2 locations on the LCD TV. Connect the other ends to the corresponding left and
   right audio connectors on the VCR / camcorder / gaming console.




4. To use the connected device, turn on your LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the
   Main Source menu, press to scroll through the source list and select AV 1 or AV 2 as the
   input source. Press ENTER to confirm AV1 or AV2 as your selection.
5. Turn on the VCR/camcorder/gaming console.
         NOTES:
           For more information, see the instructions supplied with your VCR, camcorder, or game console.
           You can only have video output via the Video Output connector when you have an AV1/AV2 Video
           Input connection.
           You can only have audio output via the L-Audio-R Output connector, headphone connector, or speaker
           when you have an AV1/AV2 L-Audio-R Input connection.




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4.5 Connecting a Computer
Your LCD TV can also serve as a display screen for your computer.

Using the DVI Connection
1. Prepare a DVI-D cable and mini audio cable (not supplied) for this connection.
2. Connect one end of the DVI-D cable to the DVI connector on your LCD TV and the other
   end to the corresponding DVI-D output connector on your computer.
3. Connect one end of the mini audio cable to the PC Line In connector on your LCD TV and
   the other end to the Line Out connector of your computer.




4. To use the computer, turn on your LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the Main
   Source menu, press to scroll through the source list and select DVI as the input source.
   Press ENTER to confirm DVI as your selection.
5. Turn on the computer.
        NOTE: You can only have audio output via the headphone connector or speaker when you have a PC Line
        Input connection.




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Using the VGA Connection
1. Prepare a VGA cable and mini audio cable (not supplied) for this connection.
2. Connect one end of the VGA cable to the VGA connector on your LCD TV and the other
   end to the corresponding VGA connector on your computer.
3. Connect one end of the mini audio cable to the PC Line In connector on your LCD TV and
   the other end to the Line Out connector of your computer.




4. To use the computer, turn on your LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the Main
   Source menu, press to scroll through the source list and select VGA as the input source.
   Press ENTER to confirm VGA as your selection.
5. Turn on the computer.
         NOTE: You can only have audio output via the headphone connector or speaker when you have a PC Line
         Input connection.




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4.6 Connecting to the Second TV Input Connector (Optional)
A unique feature that is built into this LCD TV is the analog TV output port that allows you to
direct the TV1 video input source to the second NTSC tuner (37” only) or a secondary TV via its
primary analog input port. This type of connection provides PIP capability in which you are able
to watch 2 different channels simultaneously on the same screen (see chapter 5 “Using Twin
Picture”).
To connect to your LCD TV’s secondary TV input connector:
1. Prepare an F-type coaxial cable (not supplied).
2. Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the Analog TV1 output connector on the LCD TV.




3. Connect the other end of the coaxial cable to the Analog TV2 input connector on the LCD
   TV.
To connect to a secondary TV set:
1. Prepare a F-type coaxial cable (not supplied).
2. Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the Analog TV1 output connector on the LCD TV.




3. Connect the other end of the coaxial cable to the TV input connector on the secondary TV.




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         CAUTION: Using tools to tighten the F-type connector might cause damage to your LCD TV (such as the
         breaking of an internal circuit).
         NOTES:
           You can only have video output via the Video output connector when you have an Analog TV1/TV2
           input connection.
           You can only have audio output via the L-Audio-R output connector, headphone connector, or speaker
           when you have an Analog TV1/TV2 input connection.


4.7 Connecting To Other Devices
In addition to the devices listed in this manual, you can also connect any electronic device that
outputs video or audio through any of the LCD TV’s supported AV input ports. Likewise, you
can send video and audio signals from the LCD TV to a device using either S-Video or
Composite Video connections.

Using the S-Video Connection
1. Prepare an S-Video cable (not supplied) and the audio cables for this connection.
2. Connect one end of the S-Video cable to the S-Video connector at the AV1/AV2 locations
   on the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the corresponding S-Video connector on the other
   device.
3. Connect the R (red) and L (white) audio cable ends to the L-Audio-R connectors at the
   AV1/AV2 locations on the LCD TV. Connect the other ends to the corresponding left and
   right audio connectors of the other device.




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4. To use the connected device, turn on the LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the
   Main Source menu, press to scroll through the source list and select AV1 or AV2 as the
   input source. Press ENTER to confirm AV1 or AV2 as your selection.
5. Turn on the device.
        NOTE: For more information, see the instructions supplied with the device.

Using the Composite Connections
        NOTE: If the device has an S-Video connector it is recommended to use the S-Video connection described
        earlier in this section for better picture quality.

1. Prepare the audio and composite video cables (supplied) for this connection.
2. Connect one end of the composite video cable (yellow) to the composite video connector
   (yellow) at the AV1/AV2 locations on the LCD TV. Connect the other end to the
   corresponding composite video connector (yellow) of the device.
3. Connect the R (red) and L (white) audio cable ends to the L-Audio-R connectors at the
   AV1/AV2 locations on the LCD TV. Connect the other ends to the corresponding left and
   right audio connectors (red and white) of the device.




4. To use the connected device, turn on your LCD TV, press the SOURCE button to open the
   Main Source menu, press to scroll through the source list and select AV1 or AV2 as the
   input source. Press ENTER to confirm AV1 or AV2 as your selection.
5. Turn on the device.
        NOTE: For more information, see the instructions supplied with the video/audio recording device.




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In summary, the following table lists the possible video/audio input selection and their
corresponding video/audio output combinations:

When you have the following You can have the following You can have the following
    video/audio input             video output               audio output
         VGA only                             No output possible   No output possible
         DVI only                             No output possible   No output possible
         PC Line In only                      No output possible   Headphone, speaker
         AV1 S-Video only                     S-Video, Video       No output possible
         AV1 Video only                       Video                No output possible
         AV1 L-Audio-R                        No output possible   L-Audio-R, headphone, speaker
         AV2 S-Video only                     S-Video, Video       No output possible
         AV2 Video only                       Video                No output possible
         AV2 L-Audio-R                        No output possible   L-Audio-R, headphone, speaker
         AV3 Y Pb Pr                          No output possible   No output possible
         AV3 L-Audio-R                        No output possible   L-Audio-R, headphone, speaker
         AV4 Y Pb Pr                          No output possible   No output possible
         AV4 L-Audio-R                        No output possible   L-Audio-R, headphone, speaker
         Analog TV1                           Video                L-Audio-R, headphone, speaker
         Analog TV2                           Video                L-Audio-R, headphone, speaker
         HDMI                                 No output possible   L-Audio-R, headphone, speaker
         DTV                                  No output possible   Headphone, SPDIF, speaker

* Please see the corrections at the end of this manual.




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 5       More Features


5.1 Changing the Aspect Ratio
The widescreen (16:9) design of your LCD TV allows you to view films in their original aspect
ratio without distortion.
Standard definition TV programs are broadcast with an (4:3) aspect ratio. When 4:3 content is
displayed on a widescreen panel, black bars will appear to the left and right of the video image. If
you want to eliminate the black bars and have the video image fill the screen it is necessary to
change the aspect ratio mode.

        Original 4:3 shown in Wide screen                  Original 4:3 shown in Normal screen




To change the aspect ratio, you can use the remote control or OSD.

Using the Remote Control
Press the VIEW MODE button to toggle between Wide or Normal aspect ratios.

Using the OSD
1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu.
2. Press ENTER to open the Picture Menu.
3. Press        to select Aspect Ratio.
4. Press        or   to select Wide or Normal.
5. Press ENTER to activate your selection.




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5.2 Using Freeze
The “Freeze” feature allows you to temporarily freeze the picture. This feature is helpful when
you want to write down information such as phone numbers, recipes, etc that appears on the
screen.
To freeze the picture, press the FREEZE button. To resume live television press the FREEZE button
again.




5.3 Using Twin Picture
“Twin Picture” allows you to simultaneously view two pictures from two different sources on
the same screen. The available options are:
     PIP (Picture-In-Picture)
     Displays the sub picture in a small screen on top of the main screen.




     PBP (Picture-By-Picture)
     Displays two screens in two equal portions.




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    POP (Picture-Out-Picture)
    Displays the sub picture in a small screen at the lower right corner and the main picture in a
    large screen on the left side.




Activation of twin picture occurs in two steps:
Part 1. Activating PIP/PBP/POP mode
Part 2. Selecting the input source for the main and sub pictures

Part 1. Activating PIP/PBP/POP Mode
You can use the remote control or OSD to activate PIP (small/medium/large window) / PBP /
POP.

Using the Remote Control
Press the PIP button to scroll through the twin view list until the desired mode appears on the
screen.

Using the OSD Menu
1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu.
2. Press the         button three times to select the PIP icon and press ENTER to open the PIP Menu.
3. Press        or     to select the desired mode and then press ENTER to activate your selection.

Part 2. Selecting the Input Source
If no input source has been selected, the default source for the main picture is TV1 and the sub
picture is AV1. To change the input source:
1. Press the SOURCE button to open the Main Source menu.
2. To select the input source for the main picture, press       or    to select a source from the list.
   Press ENTER to activate your selection.
3. To select the input source for the sub picture, press       to select the PIP Source item and
   press ENTER. In the PIP Source menu, press or              to select a source from the list. Press
   ENTER to activate your selection.




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                        Main Source Menu                    PIP Source Menu




The following table lists the Main Source selection and the corresponding allowable PIP Source
combinations:

     Main Source                                PIP Source
       VGA             DVI, AV 1, AV 2, AV 3, AV 4, TV1, TV2 (37” only), HDMI
       DVI             VGA, AV 1, AV 2, AV 3, AV 4, TV1, TV2 (37” only), HDMI
       AV 1            VGA, DVI, AV 2, AV 3, AV 4, TV1, TV2 (37” only), HDMI
       AV 2            VGA, DVI, AV 1, AV 3, AV 4, TV1, TV2 (37” only), HDMI
       AV 3            VGA, DVI, AV 1, AV 2, TV1, TV2 (37” only)
       AV 4            VGA, DVI, AV 1, AV 2, TV1, TV2 (37” only)
       TV1             VGA, DVI, AV 1, AV 2, AV 3, AV 4, TV2 (37” only), HDMI
       TV2 (37” only) VGA, DVI, AV 1, AV 2, AV 3, AV 4, TV1, HDMI
       HDMI            VGA, DVI, AV 1, AV 2, TV1, TV2 (37” only)


Swapping the Main and Sub Pictures
To exchange the two pictures, press the SWAP button on the remote control.

Adjusting PIP Display
When using PIP, you can adjust the position and size of the sub picture.
1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu.
2. Press the    button three times to select the PIP icon, then press ENTER to open the PIP
   Menu.
3. You can change the following items. (See Section 6.5 for more information)
        H. Position
        Adjusts the horizontal position of the sub picture.
        V. Position
        Adjusts the vertical position of the sub picture.



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          PIP Size
          Toggles the size of the sub picture between Small, Medium, or Large.


5.4 Using Parental Control
“Parental Control” allows you to block programs that you feel are inappropriate for your
viewing audience such as programs containing violence, adult language and nudity.
There are two rating systems: MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) and TV PG
Rating (TV Parental Guidelines).
          NOTE: Parental controls only function if the television service provider (cable or antenna) broadcasts
          programming with MPAA and TV PG ratings. Contact your local service provider for availability.

MPAA
The MPAA rates most movies including those shown on TV and in the theater.
     Rating                                               Description
 G               General audiences. All ages admitted.
 PG              Parental Guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
 PG-13           Parents strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.
 R               Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian (age varies in some
                 jurisdictions).
 NC-17           No one 17 and under admitted.
 X              A rating that has now been superseded by NC-17.



TV PG Rating
The TV PG rates most television programs.

                                                                     By Content
                                         FV                V              S          L                     D
 Rating       Suggested Age           (Fantasy        (Violence)       (Sexual     (Adult              (Sexually
                                      Violence)                       situation) Language)            suggestive
                                                                                                        dialog)
 Y            All children
 Y7           Older children               √
 G            General audience
 PG           Parental Guidance
                                                            √               √              √                √
              suggested
 14           Parents strongly
              cautioned                                     √               √              √                √

 MA           Mature audience                               √               √              √




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Setting up Parental Control
1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu.
2. Press the button four times to select the lock icon. Press ENTER to open the Parental
   Control menu.




3. In the Lock Menu item, press            to select Lock.
4. You will be asked to create the Parental Control password (4-digits). Enter a 4 digit
   sequence and press ENTER.




5. Confirm your password and press ENTER. Once set, you will be prompted to enter the
   password for viewing TV programs rated beyond the preset limits.




        NOTE: If you select rating levels but fail to set a password, blocked programs can be viewed by entering
        any four digits.

6. Press to select MPAA Rating. Press                  to select the rating level, then press ENTER to
   activate your selection.



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7. Press to select TV PG Rating. Press                 to select the rating level, then press ENTER to
   activate your selection.

Viewing Blocked Program
When activated, parental control will pop up a window requesting a password for programming
rated beyond the blocked level. To view the program, enter the correct password.




5.5 Setting the Sleep Timer
You can set up a timer for the LCD TV to automatically turn off after a set period of time.
        NOTE: If you have pressed the DISPLAY button to view status information within five minutes of auto
        shutoff, a number will appear in the corner of the screen indicating the remaining time (in minutes).

You can use the remote control or OSD to set up the timer:

Using the Remote Control
Press the SLEEP button on your remote control to toggle between OFF, 30 Min, 60 Min, or 120
Min. timers.

Using the OSD
1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu.
2. Press the       button five times to select the Option icon. Press ENTER to open the Option
   Menu.
3. Press        to select the Sleep Timer.
4. Press        to select the desired time, then press ENTER to activate your selection.




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 6       Adjusting LCD TV Settings


6.1 Using the OSD
To adjust various settings of your LCD TV, use the on-screen display (OSD).

Opening the OSD Menu
Press the MENU button on the remote control or right side panel to open the OSD main menu as
shown. The main menu contains six buttons for Picture, Sound, Setup, PIP, Parental Control,
and Option sub-menus.




Moving Around and Making Selections
To move around and make selections, use the buttons on the remote control or the right side
panel of the LCD TV.

  Remote       Right Side
                                                                 Function
  Control        Panel
MENU           MENU           Opens or closes the OSD menu.
                              When a sub-menu is active: closes the current menu and goes back to the
                              previous menu.
    /          </>            In the OSD main menu: selects a sub-menu icon.
                              In a sub-menu: adjusts the value or switches the setting to the next option.
    /          ∨/∧            Navigates to an item in a sub-menu.

ENTER          SOURCE         In the OSD main menu: opens the sub-menu of the highlighted icon.
                              In a sub-menu: enters the selection.

         NOTE: Throughout the rest of this chapter the descriptions will be based upon remote control operation.
         You can also use the right side panel buttons for the same purpose.




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Changing the OSD Language
By default, the OSD language is set to English. You can switch the language to French or
Spanish via the Options sub-menu. (See Section 6.7 for more information.)


6.2 Picture Menu
Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu and press ENTER to open the Picture Menu.




The Picture Menu allows you to adjust display settings such as contrast, brightness, and color
temperature. Menu options may vary depending on the input source.
If the current input source is AV1, AV2, AV3, AV4, TV1, TV2 (37” only), HDTV (ATSC only),
or HDMI the Picture Menu appears as shown below.




Press the or button to select an item in this menu and make your changes. The following
table describes all of the items in this menu.




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       Item                           Description                                  Operation
 Picture Select      This item is available only if you are currently     to select Sub.
                     in twin picture mode.                                to select Main.
                     Main: configures settings for the main             Enter to activate your selection.
                     picture.
                     Sub: configures settings for the sub picture.
 Contrast            Adjusts the contrast level.                          to increase contrast level.
                                                                          to decrease contrast level.
 Brightness          Adjusts the brightness level.                        to brighten the screen.
                                                                          to darken the screen.
 Saturation          Adjusts color saturation.                            to increase color depth.
                                                                          to decrease color depth.
 Hue                 Adjusts the tint level.                              to increase the green tones.
                                                                          to increase the red tones.
 Sharpness           Adjusts the picture sharpness.                       to sharpen the display.
                                                                          to soften the display.
 Color Temp          Toggles the color temperature between                 or to select and ENTER to
                     Warm, Normal, or Cool.                             activate your selection.
 Aspect Ratio        Sets the aspect ratio to Wide (full screen) or       to select Normal.
                     Normal (traditional TV screen)                       to select Wide.
                                                                        ENTER to activate your selection.


PC Mode (VGA / DVI)
If the current input source is VGA or DVI, the Picture Menu appears as shown below.




Press the or button to select an item in this menu and then make your changes. The
following table describes all of the items in this menu.
         NOTE: The above settings are available only for VGA input.




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      Item                        Description                                  Operation
 Picture Select   This item is available only if you are              to select Sub.
                  currently in twin picture mode.                     to select Main.
                  Main: configures settings for the main            ENTER to activate your selection.
                  picture.
                  Sub: configures settings for the sub picture.
 Auto Adjust      Automatically adjusts the picture’s clock,        ENTER to activate the function.
                  phase, horizontal position, and vertical
                  position.
 Clock            Adjusts the delay time between horizontal           to increase the delay time.
                  synchronous signal and video.                       to decrease the delay time.
 Phase            Adjusts the delay time.                             to increase the delay time.
                                                                      to decrease the delay time.
 H. Position      Adjusts the horizontal position of the video.        to move toward the right.
                                                                       to move toward the left.
                                                                    The adjusted value will depend on
                                                                    the screen resolution.
 V. Position      Adjusts the vertical position of the video.          to move upward.
                                                                       to move downward.
                                                                    The adjusted value will depend on
                                                                    the screen resolution.
 Next Page        Proceed to the next page of the menu.             ENTER to go to the next page.

To move to the second page of the Picture Menu, press             to select Next Page, then press
ENTER.




Press the or button to select an item in this menu and make your changes. The following
table describes all of the items in this second page.




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       Item                          Description                                  Operation
 Picture Select      This item is available only if you are              to select Sub.
                     currently in twin picture mode.                     to select Main.
                     Main: configures settings for the main            ENTER to activate your selection.
                     picture.
                     Sub: configures settings for the sub picture.
 Contrast            Adjusts the contrast level.                          to increase the contrast.
                                                                          to decrease the contrast.
 Brightness          Adjusts the brightness level.                        to brighten the display.
                                                                          to darken the display.
 Color Temp          Toggles the image color temperature between          or to select and ENTER to
                     5500K, 6500K, or 9300K.                           activate your selection.
 Auto Color (for     Automatically adjusts color temperature.          ENTER to activate the function.
 VGA only)
 Text/Graphic        Sets the resolution to Text or Graphic.              to select Text.
 (for VGA only)      Text: 720 × 400                                      to select Graphic.
                     Graphic: 640 × 400
 Prev Page           Goes to the previous page of the menu.            ENTER to go to the previous page.


6.3 Sound Menu
Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu. Press               once to select the speaker icon, then
press Enter to open the Sound Menu.




The Sound Menu allows you to adjust sound effects.




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Press the or button to select an item in this menu and make your changes. The following
table describes all of the items in this menu.

        Item                   Description                            Operation
 Bass           Adjusts the bass.                            to increase low frequency sound.
                                                             to decrease low frequency sound.
 Treble         Adjusts the treble.                          to increase high frequency sound.
                                                             to decrease high frequency sound.
 Balance        Adjusts the left and right audio balance.    to emphasize the right speaker.
                                                             to emphasize the left speaker.



6.4 Setup Menu
Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu. Press the     button twice to select the
antenna icon, then press ENTER to open the Setup Menu.




The Setup Menu allows you to set up TV-related functions such as cable system, channel edit,
Closed Caption, and input mode for AV 1 and AV 2 Input connectors.




Press the or button to select an item in this menu and make your changes. The following
table describes all of the items in this menu.




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        Item                          Description                               Operation
 System                Selects the TV signal input source: TV          to select Cable.
                       (antenna) or Cable.                             to select TV.
                                                                     ENTER to activate your selection.
 Cable System          Selects the correct bandwidth and channel        or to select and ENTER to
                       designation. (See Appendix B Channel          activate your selection.
                       Bandwidth and Designation” for details.)
 Channel Edit          Auto Scan: scans all available channels.         or to select and ENTER to
                       Add: restores the TV channel previously       activate your selection.
                       deleted.
                       Delete: deletes the current TV channel so
                       that the channel is skipped when you press
                       the CH+/ or CH−/ button. To access the
                       deleted channel, you can manually enter the
                       channel number.
 Closed Caption        Turns on and off Closed Captioning.             to select ON.
                                                                       to select OFF.
                                                                     Enter to activate your selection.
                       When you select ON, another menu appears         or to select and Enter to
                       where you can select among the Closed         activate your selection.
                       Caption modes: CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4,            MENU to go back to the previous
                       TEXT1, TEXT2, TEXT3, and TEXT4.               menu.
 Display Mode          Selects the viewing style of the Closed         to select Shadow.
                       Caption text: Shadow or Box.                    to select Box.
                                                                     ENTER to activate your selection.
 AV1 / AV2             Auto: automatically detects the type of          or to select and ENTER to
                       video input signal.                           activate your selection.
                       CVBS: composite video connection.
                       S: S-Video connection.



6.5 PIP Menu
Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu. Press the             button three times to select the
PIP icon, then press ENTER to open the PIP Menu.




The PIP Menu allows you to use twin-picture mode, i.e., simultaneously displaying of two
pictures from two different input sources on the same screen.




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Press the or button to select an item in this menu and make your changes. The following
table describes all of the items in this menu.
        Item                      Description                              Operation
 PIP Mode           Selects twin picture mode.                      or to select and ENTER to
                    OFF: Normal display.                         activate your selection.
                    PIP: Picture-In-Picture.
                    PBP: Picture-By-Picture.
                    POP: Picture-Out-Picture.
H. Position         This item is available only if PIP is          to move toward the right.
                    selected.                                      to move toward the left.
                    Adjusts the horizontal position of the sub
                    picture.
 V. Position        This item is available only if PIP is          to move upward.
                    selected.                                      to move downward.
                    Adjusts the vertical position of the sub
                    picture.
 PIP Size           This item is available only if PIP is           or to select and ENTER to
                    selected.                                    activate your selection.
                    Sets the size of the sub picture to Small,
                    Medium, or Large.




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6.6 Parental Control Menu
Press the Menu button to open the OSD main menu. Press the button four times to select the
lock icon, then press Enter to open the Parental Control menu.




The Parental Control menu allows you to set ratings that block programming that you feel is
inappropriate for your viewing audience such as programs and movies containing violence, adult
language and nudity.




Press the or button to select an item in this menu and make your changes. The following
table describes all of the items in this menu.

        Item                             Description                               Operation
 Lock Menu             Locks or unlocks the parental control.                 or to select and ENTER
                                                                           to activate your selection.
                       When you lock the parental control for the first    Press four number buttons to
                       time, you will be prompted to enter a password.     enter your password.
MPAA Rating            Sets the rating level. All levels beyond the           or to select and ENTER
                       selected level will be blocked unless the correct   to activate your selection.
                       password is entered.
                       G: General Audience.
                       PG: Parental guidance suggested.
                       PG-13: Recommended for children 13 years of
                       age and older.
                       NC-17: No one under 17 years of age.
                       X: No one under 17 years of age.



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 TV PG Rating      Sets the rating level. All levels beyond the             or to select and ENTER
                   selected level will be blocked unless the correct     to activate your selection.
                   password is entered.
                   NONE: No rating is selected.
                   Y: All children.
                   Y7: Older children.
                   G: General audience.
                   PG: Parental Guidance suggested.
                   14: Parents strongly cautioned.
                   MA: Mature audience.



6.7 Option Menu
Press the MENU button to open the OSD main menu. Press the             button five times to select the
options icon, then press ENTER to open the Option Menu.




The Option Menu allows you to set up OSD-related options such as OSD language and
position.




Press the or button to select an item in this menu and make your changes. The following
table describes all of the items in this menu.




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         Item                             Description                               Operation
 OSD Language               Opens the Language menu.                     Press ENTER to open the Language
                                                                         menu.
                            Toggles the OSD language between                or to select and ENTER to
                            English, French, or Spanish.                 activate your selection.
                                                                         MENU to go back to the previous
                                                                         menu.
 OSD H. Position            Adjusts the OSD’s horizontal position.          to move toward the right.
                                                                            to move toward the left.
                                                                         The adjusted value will depend on
                                                                         the screen resolution.
 OSD V. Position            Adjusts the OSD’s vertical position.            to move upward.
                                                                            to move downward.
                                                                         The adjusted value will depend on
                                                                         the screen resolution.
 Transparency               Adjusts the OSD’s transparency level.           to increase the transparency.
                                                                            to decrease the transparency.
 OSD Time Out               Sets the timer for the OSD to disappear         or to select and ENTER to
                            after inactivity. Available options are 10   activate your selection.
                            Sec, 30 Sec, and 60 Sec.
 Sleep Timer                Sets the timer for the TV to automatically      or to select and ENTER to
                            turn off. Available options are OFF, 30      activate your selection.
                            Min, 60 Min, and 120 Min.
 Memory Recall              Resets OSD settings to the factory           ENTER to activate the function.
                            default.
                            Parental Control and OSD Language
                            settings are not affected.




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 7       Troubleshooting


7.1 Troubleshooting
Use the following information to solve common problems.

There is no power.
    Make sure the power cord is properly connected.
    Make sure that the main power switch has been engaged.

Power is suddenly turned off.
    Make sure that the sleep timer is not enabled.
    Make sure that the power plug is properly connected.

The remote control is not working properly.
    Make sure that you use the remote control within the allowable distance and angle.
    Remove objects between the remote control and the remote control sensor.
    Make sure that the batteries are not weak.
    Make sure that the batteries are correctly installed.

There is no picture.
    Make sure that the main power switch and power button are turned on.
    Make sure that the selected video input source is connected to a working component.
    If your LCD TV is connected to your computer, make sure the computer is not in a suspend
    mode.

The color is abnormal.
    Make sure that the input source cable is connected securely and correctly to your LCD TV.
    Adjust the Hue and Saturation to fit your color preferences.




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The picture is not clear.
     Make sure that the antenna cable is properly connected.
     If using an antenna, make sure they are no obstructions blocking the reception.
     If you use any kind of amplifier to boost the signal level, check to verify that it is operating
     properly.

Picture is cut off/with sidebar screen.
     Make sure the image position is correct.
     Make sure that the screen mode adjustments such as picture size are made correctly.
     Change the aspect ratio.

No Closed Caption displayed.
     Make sure the channel you are watching carries closed captioning information.
     Press the CC button on the remote control to check for closed caption data output.

Strange color, color too bright, or color misalignment.
     Adjust the color tone within the OSD.
     Make sure that the contrast is not set too high.
     Check the input signal setting.

You can see a picture but hear no sound.
     Make sure that the volume is not turned down.
     Make sure that the sound is not muted.
     Make sure that your audio input source cables are connected securely and correctly.




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A         Specifications


A.1 Specifications
                     Parts                                   Specifications

                 Monitor Type               TFT/Active Matrix

                 TFT LCD Panel              LG, AU
                 Display Type               Color TFT LCD
                 Display Area               37” / 32” depending on model
                 Native Resolution          1366 × 768
                 Progressive Scan           Yes
Flat Panel       Aspect Ratio               16:9
                 Brightness (typical)       Depends on panel used
                 Contrast Ratio             Depends on panel used
                 Lifetime of Backlight      50,000 hours
                 HDTV Compatible            480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i
                 TV System Compatibility    NTSC
                 TV Tuner Type              181-channel Electronic PLL tuner
                 Speaker Drivers            2-Way Stereo (Tweeter and Mid Range)
                 Speakers                   15 W + 15 W Detachable
Audio
                 Earphone                   Yes
                 MTS+SAP Multiple/Stereo    Yes
                                            VGA D-sub 15-pin × 1
                                    Video
                 PC Input                   DVI-D × 1

                                    Audio   Mini-stereo (φ3.5 mm) × 1
Terminals                                   HDMI × 1
                                    Video   Composite RCA × 2
                 AV Input
                                            S-Video (S-VHS) × 1
                                    Audio   L/R RCA × 2




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                                   Video      Component RCA × 2 (YPbPr/YCbCr)
                 HDTV Input
                                   Audio      L/R RCA × 2
                 OSD Language                 English, French and Spanish
                 Closed Caption / V-Chip      Yes
Convenience
                                              PIP, POP, PBP, PC Graphic on Video, Video on PC
                 Picture / Picture Features
                                              Graphic, Video on Video
Screen           Stand                        Yes
                 Source                       100~240 V AC / 50~60 Hz
Power
                 Power Consumption            220 W for 32”, 260 W for 37”
                 Dimension without Stand      938.8 mm × 574.4 mm × 110 mm for 37”
Dimensions       (W × H × D)                  806 mm × 495 mm × 105 mm for 32”
                 Net Weight                   15 kg for 32”, 21 kg for 37”

Wall Mount /     Wall Mount                   Optional
Remote           Remote Control               Yes

Cables / Cable   Cables Included              Power cord × 1
Management                                    Composite AV cord × 1
                 UL, FCC-B
Regulatory
Compliance




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A.2 Regulatory Information
Class B Regulations
USA
       Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement
       NOTE:
       This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to
       Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
       interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
       energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
       radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
       installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
       determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
       one or more of the following measures:
       − Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
       − Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
       − Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
       − Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
       Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to
       operate the equipment.
       Please note:
       The use of a non-shielded interface cable with this equipment is prohibited.

Canada
       Canadian Department of Communications
       Radio Interference Regulations Class B Compliance Notice
       This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set
       out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
       Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux
       appareils numériques de la classe B prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par le
       ministère des Communications du Canada.




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B         Channel Bandwidth and Designation

The following table lists the frequencies used for USA CATV channels. If you are having
trouble scanning for channels, you can manually add channels using the information provided
below. These values can be input within the Cable System sub-menu under the Setup Menu.
                 Channel Designation                      Visual Carrier (MHz)
    Band
                EIA/NCTA       Traditional   Standard      HRC          IRC       Broadcast
                                      T-7            7
                                      T-8           13
                                      T-9           19

 T Band                              T-10           25
                                     T-11           31
                                     T-12           37
                                     T-13           43
                                     T-14           49
                           2            2        55.25      54.0027       55.25        55.25
                           3            3        61.25       60.003       61.25        61.25
                           4            4        67.25       66.033       67.25        67.25
 Low Band
                           1          A-8                   72.0036       73.25
                           5            5        77.25      78.0039       79.25        77.25
                           6            6        83.25      84.0042       85.25        83.25
                          95          A-5        91.25      90.0045       91.25
 FM Band
                          96          A-4        97.25      96.0048       97.25
                          97          A-3       103.25     102.0051      103.25
                          98          A-2      109.25/2    108.0054      109.25
                          99          A-1      115.25/2    114.0057      115.25
                          14            A      121.25/1     120.006      121.25       471.25

 Mid Band                 15            B      127.25/1    126.0063      127.25       477.25
                          16            C      133.25/1    132.0066      133.25       483.25
                          17            D       139.25     138.0069      139.25       489.25
                          18            E       145.25     144.0072      145.25       495.25
                          19            F       151.25     150.0075      151.25       501.25




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              Channel Designation                    Visual Carrier (MHz)
     Band
              EIA/NCTA   Traditional    Standard      HRC           IRC        Broadcast
                    20            G        157.25     156.0078       157.25         507.25
 Mid Band
                    21            H        163.25     162.0081       163.25         513.25
                    22              I      169.25     168.0084       169.25         519.25
                     7              7      175.25     174.0087       175.25         175.25
                     8              8      181.25      180.009       181.25         181.25
                     9              9      187.25     186.0093       187.25         187.25
 High Band
                    10           10        193.25     192.0096       193.25         193.25
                    11           11        199.25     198.0099       199.25         199.25
                    12           12        205.25     204.0102       205.25         205.25
                    13           13        211.25     210.0105       211.25         211.25
                    23              J      217.25     216.0108       217.25         525.25
                    24            K        223.25     222.0111       223.25         531.25
                    25            L       229.25/1    228.0114       229.25         537.25
                    26            M       235.25/1    234.0117       235.25         543.25
                    27            N       241.25/1     240.012       241.25         549.25
                    28            O       247.25/1    246.0123       247.25         555.25
                    29              P     253.25/1    252.0126       253.25         561.25
 Super Band
                    30            Q       259.25/1    258.0129       259.25         567.25
                    31            R       265.25/1    264.0132       265.25         573.25
                    32              S     271.25/1    270.0135       271.25         579.25
                    33            T       277.25/1    276.0138       277.25         585.25
                    34            U       283.25/1    282.0141       283.25         591.25
                    35            V       289.25/1    288.0144       289.25         597.25
                    36           W        295.25/1    294.0147       295.25         603.25
                    37          AA        301.25/1     300.015       301.25         609.25
                    38           BB       307.25/1    306.0153       307.25         615.25
                    39           CC       313.25/1    312.0156       313.25         621.25
                    40          DD        319.25/1    318.0159       319.25         627.25
                    41           EE       325.25/1    324.0162       325.25         633.25
 Hyper Band
                    42           FF       331.25/2    330.0165       331.25         639.25
                    43          GG        337.25/1    336.0168       337.25         645.25
                    44          HH        343.25/1    342.0171       343.25         651.25
                    45           II       349.25/1    348.0174       349.25         657.25
                    46            JJ      355.25/1    354.0177       355.25         663.25



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                 Channel Designation                      Visual Carrier (MHz)
    Band
                EIA/NCTA       Traditional   Standard      HRC          IRC       Broadcast
                          47          KK       361.25/1     360.018      361.25       669.25
                          48           LL      367.25/1    366.0183      367.25       675.25
                          49          MM       373.25/1    372.0186      373.25       681.25
                          50          NN       379.25/1    378.0189      379.25       687.25
                          51          OO       385.25/1    384.0192      385.25       693.25
                          52           PP      391.25/1    390.0195      391.25       699.25
                          53          QQ       397.25/1    396.0198      397.25       705.25
                          54           RR       403.25     402.0201      403.25       711.25
                          55           SS       409.25     408.0204      409.25       717.25
                          56           TT       415.25     414.0207      415.25       723.25
                          57          UU        421.25      420.021      421.25       729.25
                          58          VV        427.25     426.0213      427.25       735.25
                          59         WW         433.25     432.0216      433.25       741.25
                          60          XX        439.25     438.0219      439.25       747.25
                          61          YY        445.25     444.0222      445.25       753.25
                          62           ZZ       451.25     450.0225      451.25       759.25
 Hyper Band               63                    457.25     456.0228      457.25       765.25
                          64                    463.25     462.0231      463.25       771.25
                          65                    469.25     468.0234      469.25       777.25
                          66                    475.25     474.0237      475.25       783.25
                          67                    481.25      480.024      481.25       789.25
                          68                    487.25     486.0243      487.25       795.25
                          69                    493.25     492.0246      493.25       801.25
                          70                    499.25     498.0249      499.25       807.25
                          71                    505.25     504.0252      505.25       813.25
                          72                    511.25     510.0255      511.25       819.25
                          73                    517.25     516.0258      517.25       825.25
                          74                    523.25     522.0261      523.25       831.25
                          75                    529.25     528.0264      529.25       837.25
                          76                    535.25     534.0267      535.25       843.25
                          77                    541.25      540.027      541.25       849.25
                          78                    547.25     546.0273      547.25       855.25
                          79                    553.25     552.0276      553.25       861.25




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              Channel Designation                  Visual Carrier (MHz)
     Band
              EIA/NCTA   Traditional   Standard     HRC           IRC        Broadcast
                    80                    559.25    558.0279       559.25         867.25
                    81                    565.25    564.0282       565.25         873.25
                    82                    571.25    570.0285       571.25         879.25
                    83                    577.25    576.0288       577.25         885.25
                    84                    583.25    582.0291       583.25
                    85                    589.25    588.0294       589.25
                    86                    595.25    594.0297       595.25
                    87                    601.25      600.03       601.25
                    88                    607.25    606.0303       607.25
                    89                    613.25    612.0306       613.25
                    90                    619.25    618.0309       619.25
                    91                    625.25    624.0312       625.25
                    92                    631.25    630.0315       631.25
                    93                    637.25    636.0318       637.25
                    94                    643.25    642.0321       643.25
                   100                    649.25    648.0324       649.25
 Hyper Band        101                    655.25    654.0327       655.25
                   102                    661.25     660.033       661.25
                   103                    667.25    666.0333       667.25
                   104                    673.25    672.0336       673.25
                   105                    679.25    678.0339       679.25
                   106                    685.25    684.0342       685.25
                   107                    691.25    690.0345       691.25
                   108                    697.25    696.0348       697.25
                   109                    703.25    702.0351       703.25
                   110                    709.25    708.0354       709.25
                   111                    715.25    714.0357       715.25
                   112                    721.25     720.036       721.25
                   113                    727.25    726.0363       727.25
                   114                    733.25    732.0366       733.25
                   115                    739.25    738.0369       739.25
                   116                    745.25    744.0372       745.25
                   117                    751.25    750.0375       751.25
                   118                    757.25    756.0378       757.25



68                                                        Channel Bandwidth and Designation
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                    Channel Designation                                  Visual Carrier (MHz)
      Band
                   EIA/NCTA         Traditional        Standard             HRC             IRC      Broadcast
                             119                             763.25        762.0381         763.25
                             120                             769.25        768.0384         769.25
                             121                             775.25        774.0387         775.25
    Hyper Band
                             122                             781.25          780.039        781.25
                             123                             787.25        786.0393         787.25
                             124                             793.25        792.0396         793.25
                             125                             799.25        798.0399         799.25

* The audio outputs using the L and R connections will only function in AV1 and AV2 mode.




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