Official Software
Get notified when we add a new GeelyVision Manual

We cover 60 Geely vehicles, were you looking for one of these?

Geely Emgrand X7 Repair Manual
Geely - Emgrand 7 - Workshop Manual - 2010 - 2010
Geely - Boyue (NL-3) - Owners Manual - (2009)
2008 Geely CK Workshop Manual PDF
2013 Geely Emgrand X7 Wiring Diagram Manual
Geely MK Wiring Diagram
Geely CK Wiring Diagram
Geely - Emgrand X7 - Owners Manual - 2018 - 2018
Geely - GC7 - Owners Manual - 2015 - 2015 (2)
Geely - Boyue (NL-3) - Owners Manual - 2015 - 2015
Geely - EC7 - Parts catalogue - 2018 - 2018
Geely - Boyue (NL-3) - Sales Brochure - 2018 - 2018
Geely - Emgrand X7 - Parts catalogue - 2018 - 2018
Geely - GC6 - Owners Manual - 2017 - 2017
Geely - GC9 - Sales Brochure - 2016 - 2016.PDF
Geely S160 Transmission Assembly Spare Parts
Geely - EC7 - Sales Brochure - 2013 - 2013 (3)
Geely - EC7 - Owners Manual - 2015 - 2015
Geely - GC5 - Workshop Manual - 2018 - 2018
Geely - Emgrand X7 - Owners Manual - 2014 - 2014 (3)
Geely - Emgrand GT - Owners Manual - 2017 - 2017 (2)
Geely - SC7 - Workshop Manual - 2014 - 2014
Geely - LC Cross - Sales Brochure - 2012 - 2012
Geely - MK - Owners Manual - 2017 - 2017
Geely - FC-1 - Workshop Manual - 2007 - 2007
Geely - V20.30 - Owners Manual - 2016 - 2016
Geely - Binrui - Sales Brochure - 2019 - 2019
Geely - GC6 - Sales Brochure - 2017 - 2017
Geely - GC6 - Sales Brochure - 2017 - 2017 (2)
Geely - Emgrand X7 - Sales Brochure - 2014 - 2014
Geely - EC7 - Sales Brochure - 2013 - 2013
Geely - Boyue (NL-3) - Owners Manual - 2014 - 2014 (Spanish)
Geely - Boyue (NL-3) - Owners Manual - 2009 - 2009
Geely - LC Cross - Sales Brochure - 2012 - 2012 (2)
Geely - Borui - Sales Brochure - 2018 - 2018
Geely - LC Cross - Sales Brochure - 2019 - 2019 (2)
Geely - Emgrand GS - Sales Brochure - 2017 - 2017 (3)
Geely - GC7 - Owners Manual - 2015 - 2015 (3)
Geely - Emgrand GT - Owners Manual - 2017 - 2017
Geely - Emgrand X7 - Owners Manual - 2017 - 2017
Geely - Boyue - Sales Brochure - 2017 - 2017
Geely - Emgrand 7 - Sales Brochure - 2019 - 2019
Geely - EC7 - Sales Brochure - 2012 - 2012
Geely - GC7 - Sales Brochure - 2015 - 2015
Geely - Emgrand X7 - Owners Manual - 2014 - 2014 (2)
Geely - LC Cross - Sales Brochure - 2016 - 2016
Geely - Emgrand 7 - Sales Brochure - 2018 - 2018 (2)
Geely - Emgrand GS - Sales Brochure - 2018 - 2018 (4)
Geely - EmgrandX7 - Sales Brochure - 2013 - 2013
Geely - 01 PHEV - Sales Brochure - 2018 - 2018
Geely - Emgrand EV - Sales Brochure - 2016 - 2016
Geely - MK 2 - Parts catalogue - 2009 - 2009 (2)
Geely - SC7 - Sales Brochure - 2014 - 2014
Geely - SC7 - Sales Brochure - 2014 - 2014 (2)
Geely - GC6 - Sales Brochure - 2017 - 2017 (3)
Geely - LC Cross - Sales Brochure - 2019 - 2019 (3)
Geely - Emgrand GT - Owners Manual - 2017 - 2017 (3)
Geely - Emgrand GT - Sales Brochure - 2019 - 2019
Geely - EC7 - Sales Brochure - 2015 - 2015
Geely - Boyue - Sales Brochure - 2017 - 2017 (2)
Summary of Content
Owner’s Manual Manuel du Propriétaire Manual del Propietario 22ME601B 19ME601B English Necesita ayuda inmediata? Français 1-866-341-3738 Quick Use Guide Inside! Guide d’usage Rapide Incluse! Guía de Uso Rápido Incluida! MODEL NUMBER SERIAL NUMBER 1-866-341-3738 Español 1-866-341-3738 2 Return your Product Registration Card or register online at www.magnavox.com/support today to get the very most from your purchase. Registering your model with MAGNAVOX makes you eligible for all of the valuable benefits listed below, so don't miss out. Complete and return your Product Registration Card at once, or register online at www.magnavox.com/support to ensure: *Product Safety Notification *Additional Benefits By registering your product, you'll receive notification - directly from the manufacturer - in the rare case of a product recall or safety defect. Registering your product guarantees that you'll receive all of the privileges to which you're entitled, including special money-saving offers. Know these This “bolt of lightning” indicates uninsulated material within your unit may cause an electrical shock. For the safety of everyone in your household, please do not remove product covering. safety symbols CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN The “exclamation point” calls attention to features for which you should read the enclosed literature closely to prevent operating and maintenance problems. 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. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, this apparatus should not be exposed to rain or moisture and objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should not be placed on this apparatus. CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert. ATTENTION: Pour éviter les choc électriques, introduire la lame la plus large de la fiche dans la borne correspondante de la prise et pousser jusqu’au fond. Visit our World Wide Web Site at www.magnavox.com/support Wall Mount Bracket Kit Recommended Wall Mount Bracket Kit: Brand: SANUS Model #: San10B Funai not liable for these types of accidents or injury noted below. • • Install the Wall Mount Bracket on a sturdy vertical wall. If installed onto a ceiling or slanted wall, the TV and Wall Mount Bracket may fall which could result in a severe injury. Recommended Screw dimension: M4 x 0.472” (12mm) • Do not use screws that are longer or shorter than their • The recommended Wall Mount Bracket Kit (sold separately) specified length. If screws too long are used this may cause allows the mounting of the TV on the wall. mechanical or electrical damage inside the TV set. If screws • For detailed information on installing the wall mount, refer to too short are used this may cause the TV set to fall. the Wall Mount Instruction Book. • Do not fasten the screws by excessive force; this may damage • Funai is not responsible for any damage to the product or injury the product or cause the product to fall, leading to an injury. to yourself or others if you elect to install the TV Wall Mount • For safety reasons use 2 people to mount the TV onto a Wall Bracket or mount the TV onto the Bracket on your own. Mounting Bracket. • The Wall Mount Bracket must be installed by experts. • Do not mount the TV onto the Wall Mounting Bracket while your TV is plugged in or turned on. It may result in an electrical shock injury. When installing the unit on the wall, allow this much space. Top: 11.8 inches (30cm) Left and right side: 5.9 inches (15cm) Bottom: 3.9 inches (10cm) English IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read before operating equipment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Tilt/Stability - All televisions must comply with recommended international global safety standards for tilt and stability properties of its cabinet design. • Do not compromise these design standards by applying excessive pull force to the front, or top, of the cabinet which could ultimately overturn the product. • Also, do not endanger yourself, or children, by placing electronic equipment/toys on the top of the cabinet. Such items could unsuspectingly fall from the top of the set and cause product damage and/or personal injury. 17. Wall or Ceiling Mounting - The appliance should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer. 18. Power Lines - An outdoor antenna should be located away from power lines. 19. Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antenna is connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding connectors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. See Figure below. 20. Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings. 21. Battery Usage CAUTION - To prevent battery leakage that may result in bodily injury, property damage, or damage to the unit: • Install all batteries correctly, with + and - aligned as marked on the unit. • Do not mix batteries (old and new or carbon and alkaline, etc.). • Remove batteries when the unit is not used for a long time. Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with a dry cloth. Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and third grounding prong. The wide blade or third prong are provided for your safety. When the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should be serviced by qualified service personnel when: A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged; B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the appliance; C. The appliance has been exposed to rain D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance; E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged. Note to the CATV system installer : This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC 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 to the point of cable entry as practical. Example of Antenna Grounding as per NEC - National Electric Code GROUND CLAMP ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20) GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21) GROUND CLAMPS ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250, PART H) 3 4 FCC WARNING This apparatus may generate or use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this apparatus may cause harmful interference unless the modifications are expressly approved in the manual. The user could lose the authority to operate this apparatus if an unauthorized change or modification is made. RADIO-TV INTERFERENCE This apparatus 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 apparatus 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 apparatus does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the apparatus off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 1) Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. 2) Increase the separation between the apparatus and receiver. 3) Connect the apparatus into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. 4) Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Trade Name: MAGNAVOX Model: 22ME601B 19ME601B Responsible Party: FUNAI CORPORATION, Inc. Address: 19900 Van Ness Avenue, Torrance, CA 90501 U.S.A. Telephone Number: 1-866-341-3738 This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Standard Television Receiving Apparatus, Canada BETS-7 / NTMR-7 CAUTION : Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. WARNING : Batteries (battery pack or battery installed) shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. Disconnect the mains plug to shut off when find trouble or not in use. The mains plug shall remain readily operable. This apparatus should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided. Make sure to leave a space of 4 inches (10cm) or more around this apparatus. WARNING: To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the wall in accordance with the instructions. Do not place the unit on the furniture that is capable of being tilted by a child and an adult leaning, pulling, standing or climbing on it. A falling unit can cause serious injury or even death. • The American Academy of Pediatrics discourages television viewing for children younger than two years of age. Trademark Information NOTE ABOUT RECYCLING • This unit’s packaging materials are recyclable and can be reused. Please dispose of any materials in accordance with your local recycling regulations. • Batteries should never be thrown away or incinerated but disposed of in accordance with your local regulations concerning chemical wastes. HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries. TO AVOID THE HAZARDS OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND FIRE • Do not handle the AC power cord with wet hands. • Do not pull on the AC power cord when disconnecting it from an AC outlet. Grasp it by the plug. • Do not put your fingers or objects into the unit. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. LOCATION AND HANDLING • Do not install the unit in direct sunlight or in a place subject to dust or strong vibration. • Avoid a place with drastic temperature changes. • Install the unit in a horizontal and stable position. Do not place anything directly on top or bottom of the unit. Depending on your external devices, noise or disturbance of the picture and / or sound may be generated if the unit is placed too close to them. In this case, please ensure enough space between the external devices and the unit. • Depending on the environment, the temperature of this unit may increase slightly. This is not a malfunction. • Be sure to unplug the AC power cord from the AC outlet before moving or carrying the unit. is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc. TruSurround XT® technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc. ENERGY STAR® is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helping us all save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices. Consumer Notice: This TV has been set to maximize energy efficiency while delivering the best possible picture using the factory installed home mode settings. Changing or enabling other features in this TV (e.g. brightened backlighting) will possibly increase energy consumption beyond the original ENERGY STAR® qualified limits. English 5 Child Safety SYL Eme_Child Safety_1EMN24522_v1 1 2008/12/17 18:05:53 6 INTRODUCTION Features • DTV /TV / CATV • Information Display (ATSC only) • Autoprogram • Child Lock • Closed Caption Decoder • MTS / SAP Tuner • Auto Standby • Sleep Timer 12 12 12 12 13 13 14 14 14 • Choices for On-screen Language • • Stereo Sound Function PLL Frequency Synthesized Tuning • Various Adjustment for Picture and Sound 16 16 17 18 23 24 • fun-Link via HDMI Link (HDMI Cable not Included) Contents Important Safety Instructions Trademark Information Child Safety INTRODUCTION Features Supplied Accessories Symbols Used in this Manual Attaching the Base Mounting the Unit on Your Furniture Remote Control Function Installing the Batteries Control Panel Terminals PREPARATION Antenna Connection Connection to Cable Receiver or Satellite Box Plug In the AC Power Cord Initial Setup WATCHING TV Sleep Timer Switching Each Input Mode Freeze Mode Channel Selection TV Screen Display Mode Sound Functions TV Screen Information ECO fun-Link Options USING FUNCTIONS Picture Sound Setup Features Language USB CONNECTING DEVICES External Device Connection USEFUL TIPS FAQ Troubleshooting Guide INFORMATION Glossary Maintenance General Specifications Electrical Specification Other Specifications Limited Warranty 3 4 5 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 10 11 25 28 28 30 30 31 31 31 33 You can use your remote control to select channels which are broadcast in digital format and conventional analog format. Also, cable subscribers can access their cable TV channels. You can display the title, contents and other information of the current DTV program on the TV screen. This unit automatically scans and memorizes channels available in your area, eliminating difficult setup procedures. This feature allows you to block children’s access to inappropriate programs. Built-in closed caption decoder displays text for closed caption supported programs. Audio can be selected from the remote control. If there is no input signal and no operation for 15 minutes, the unit will go into standby mode automatically. You can set the unit to go into standby mode after a specific amount of time. Select your on-screen language: English, Spanish or French. Provides free and easy channel selection and lets you tune directly to any channel using the number and decimal point “•” buttons on the remote control. Customizes image quality suitable for your room and sets your sound preference. fun-Link allows your other HDMI link devices to be controlled by the HDMI cable connected to your TV. • • HDMI Input HDMI-DVI Input If your video device has DVI output jack, use an HDMI-DVI conversion cable to connect the unit. • • • • Component Video Input PC Input AV Input USB Terminal • • Digital Audio Output Headphone Audio Output The JPEG picture files stored on a USB storage device can be played back on this unit. © 2011 Funai Electric Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, disseminated, transcribed, downloaded or stored in any storage medium, in any form or for any purpose without the express prior written consent of Funai. Furthermore, any unauthorized commercial distribution of this manual or any revision hereto is strictly prohibited. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Funai reserves the right to change the content herein without the obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes. with the design is a registered trademark of Funai Electric Co., Ltd. and may not be used in any way without the express written consent of Funai. All other trademarks used herein remain the exclusive property of their respective owners. Nothing contained in this manual should be construed as granting, by implication or otherwise, any license or right to use any of the trademarks displayed herein. Misuse of any trademarks or any other content in this manual is strictly prohibited. Funai shall aggressively enforce its intellectual property rights to the fullest extent of the law. MAGNAVOX is a registered trademark of Philips Electronics North America Corporation and is used by Funai Electric Co. Ltd. and Funai Corporation, Inc. under license from Philips Electronics North America. English Owner’s Manual You must attach the base to the unit to have it as a table top unit. Be sure the front and rear of the base match the proper direction. 1 Check the text “FRONT” with “arrow“ on the Base’s bottom to ensure it is being installed in the correct direction. Spread a thick and soft cloth over a table as shown at step 2. Place the main unit face down onto it. Make sure not to damage the screen. Quick Start Guide Registration card If you have any questions, please visit our website at www.magnavox.com/support Quick Start EN Installation FR Installation ES Instalación Best Better Good TV base and 2 screws (M4 x 14) 2 FRONT AAA A AA Note When using a universal remote control to operate this unit. Symbols Used in this Manual • ATSC : Digital TV operation NTSC : Analog / Cable TV operation If neither symbol appears, the operation is applicable to both. • Unscrew the Phillips head screws in step 3. After the screws are removed, pull the base up toward the rear of the unit. Be careful not to drop the base when you remove it. Note • When attaching the base, ensure that all screws are tightly fastened. If the base is not properly attached, it could cause the unit to fall, resulting in injuries as well as damage to the unit. • Make sure to use a table which can support the weight of this unit and is larger than this unit. • Make sure the table is in a stable location. • When attaching the base, ensure that “FRONT” with “arrow” written on the bottom of the base is downward. If it’s not downward, the hook doesn’t fit into the base. Mounting the Unit on Your Furniture Screw this unit on your furniture tightly using wood screws (not supplied) in the 2 holes at the back of the base as shown. • Recommended screw dimension : 3/16 x 3/4 inches (5.1 x 20 mm) rear of this unit screw hole Note • When you remove this unit make sure to unscrew the wood screws from your Wood Stand, Furniture and other wood item. INFORMATION The following is the description for the symbols used in this manual. Description refers to: To remove the base from this unit USEFUL TIPS • Make sure the component code on your universal remote control is set to our brand. Refer to the manual accompanying your remote control for more details. • We do not guarantee 100% interoperability with all universal remote controls. Drive Phillips head screws into the 2 threaded holes at the bottom of the base until they are tight. CONNECTING DEVICES • If you lose the screws, please purchase M4×14 Phillips head screws at your local store. • If you need to replace these accessories, please refer to the part name or No. with the illustrations and call our toll free customer support line found on the cover of this manual. 3 USING FUNCTIONS Insert hook under the bottom of the main ➁ unit into base hole (shown by arrow ➀), then move the base in ➀ the direction as shown by arrow ➁ until it stops and the screw hole is aligned. Make sure not to put the AC power cord between the base and the unit. WATCHING TV Remote Control (NF805UD) Batteries (AAA, 1.5V x 2) PREPARATION Attaching the Base INTRODUCTION Supplied Accessories 7 8 Remote Control Function 1 2 3 10 11 12 13 4 5 6 14 7 ➠ p.11 2 SAP 3 SOURCE 4 FREEZE ➠ ➠ ➠ p.13 p.12 p.12 5 6 7 8 9 ➠ ➠ ➠ ➠ ➠ p.11 p.11 p.14 p.13 p.12 1 15 (power) Press to turn the unit on and go into standby mode. To completely turn off the unit, you must unplug the AC power cord. Press to freeze screen image. OK ▲/▼/◄/►(cursor) BACK VOL +/− PREV CH Press to return to previously viewed channel. ➠ p.12 ➠ p.13 Press to select aspect ratio available for the TV screen. 10 SLEEP 11 FORMAT 12 RED / GREEN / BLUE / YELLOW ➠ p.23 13 MENU 14 INFO 15 REV E / FWD D ➠ ➠ ➠ p.15 p.14 p.23 PLAY B ➠ p.23 SKIP H / SKIP G ➠ p.23 PAUSE F ➠ p.23 STOP C ➠ p.23 16 MUTE 17 CH +/− 18 ECO ➠ ➠ ➠ p.13 p.12 p.14 Installing the Batteries 19 Number buttons • (dot) ➠ p.12 Install the batteries (AAA, 1.5V x 2) matching the polarity indicated inside battery compartment of the remote control. 20 ➠ 16 17 8 18 Functionally useful for fun-Link. Press to search backward or forward through the disc. Press to begin the disc playback. 19 Press to skip backward or forward chapters, titles or tracks of the disc. 9 20 Press to pause the disc playback. Press to stop the disc playback. Press to reduce power consumption. Press to shift the subchannel from the main channel. OPTIONS p.14, 23 Press to call up various menu from your fun-Link device connected through an HDMI cable. Note A AA AAA Battery Precautions: • Be sure to follow the correct polarity as indicated in the battery compartment. Reversed batteries may cause damage to the device. • Do not mix different types of batteries together (e.g. Alkaline and Carbon-Zinc, or rechargeable batteries like ni-cad, ni-mh, etc) or old batteries with fresh ones. • If the device is not to be used for a long period of time, remove the batteries to prevent damage or injury from possible battery leakage. • Do not try to recharge batteries; they can overheat and rupture. • Buttons in gray background ( ) are not available unless you are connected to devices that are compatible with fun-Link function. • We do not guarantee 100% interoperability with other brands of HDMI link compliant devices. English 1 VOLUME + / − p.13 + - + - 1 2 3 4 5 ➠ p.12 ➠ ➠ ➠ p.15 p.12 p.11 Press to select channels or move up (+) / down (−) through the main menu items. 3 MENU 4 SOURCE 5 POWER Press to turn the unit on and go into standby mode. To completely turn off the unit, you must unplug the AC power cord. 6 Infrared sensor window Receives infrared rays transmitted from the remote control. 7 Standby indicator Lights up red when the unit is in standby mode. Lights up white when power is on. Terminals Composite Video Input jack (CVBS) is shared jack with Component Video Input (Y) jack. 10 11 13 16 12 Antenna Input jack ➠ p.10 13 Headphone Audio Output jack Headphone connection for personal listening. 17 Rear Panel 14 AC power cord 15 USB terminal ➠ p.10 ➠ p.27 Use this terminal only to play back the JPEG picture file stored on a USB storage device, or when software update is needed. Note for USB terminal • User should not connect any devices to the USB terminal such as digital camera, keyboard, mouse, etc. (because these will not work). • The software update is, in most cases, handled by an authorized service person or in some circumstances the user may be asked to do the software update themselves. 16 Digital Audio Output jack 17 PC (VGA) Input jack ➠ p.26 ➠ p.26 INFORMATION 15 ➠ p.10, 25, 26 Connect Analog Audio signals from Component Video / Analog Audio (L/R) jacks signal or HDMI-DVI / Analog Audio (L/R) jacks signal or Composite Video / Analog Audio (L/R) jacks signal or PC Connection / Analog Audio (L/R) jacks signal with stereo mini plug conversion cable jack on PC. Analog Audio (L/R) Input jacks are right below the Component Video Input jacks. When the Audio is monaural, then only connect to the Audio L Input jack. USEFUL TIPS 12 14 11 Analog Audio (L/R) Input jacks CONNECTING DEVICES 9 Side Panel 9 HDMI / HDMI-DVI Input jack ➠ p.10, 25 10 Component / Composite (CVBS) Video Input jacks for VIDEO ➠ p.25, 26 USING FUNCTIONS 8 Power on indicator WATCHING TV 6 7 8 2 CHANNEL + / − PREPARATION ➠ Press to adjust the volume up /down or move right (+) / left (−) through the main menu items. INTRODUCTION Control Panel 9 10 Connection to Cable Receiver or Satellite Box PREPARATION No supplied cables are used with these connections: • Please purchase the necessary cables at your local store. Before you connect: Be sure your antenna or other device is connected properly before plugging in the AC power cord. Use an HDMI or Component Video cables to connect the HDMI or the Component Video Input jacks of the unit to the HDMI or the Component Video output jacks of the cable receiver / satellite box. If you connect to the unit’s Component Video Input jacks, connect Analog Audio cables to the Analog Audio L/R Input jacks right below the Component Video connector jacks. satellite dish Antenna Connection or cable TV signal including PPV Connect the RF coaxial cable on your home outlet to the antenna input jack of this unit. VHF / UHF analog or DTV antenna or RF coaxial cable HDMI cable component video cables (red / blue / green) and audio cables (green) (blue) (red) L R AUDIO OUT RF coaxial cable Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr COMPONENT VIDEO OUT or HDMI OUT ANT IN cable receiver / satellite box cable TV signal Once connections are completed, turn on the unit and begin initial setup. Channel scanning is necessary for the unit to memorize all available channels in your area. [Initial Setup] ➠ p.11 Note • If you have any question about the DTV’s antenna, visit www.antennaweb.org for further information. • Depending on your antenna system, you may need different types of combiners (mixers) or separators (splitters) for HD TV signal the minimum RF bandpass on these devices is 2,000MHz or 2GHz. • For your safety and to avoid damage to this unit, please unplug the RF coaxial cable from the antenna input jack before moving the unit. • If you did use an antenna to receive analog TV, it should also work for DTV reception. Outdoor or attic antennas will be more effective than a set top or inside antenna. • To switch your reception source easily between antenna and cable, install an antenna selector. • If you are not receiving a signal from your cable service, contact the Cable provider. STEREO PCM You can also connect this unit to the cable receiver or satellite box other than the HDMI or the Component Video output jacks or Composite Video output jack (➠ p.25, 26) because they might have different output jacks. Required cables and connecting methods of the cable receiver / satellite box, or the availability channel for the clear QAM may differ depending on the cable / satellite provider or local TV broadcaster. For more information, please contact your cable / satellite provider or local TV broadcaster. Note • Use an HDMI cable with the HDMI logo (a certified HDMI cable). High Speed HDMI cable is recommended for the better compatibility. Plug In the AC Power Cord Make sure that the AC power cord must be plugged to an AC outlet after all the necessary connections are made. Caution: • Do not connect the AC power cord to a power supply outside the indicated voltage of this unit (AC 120V). Connecting the AC power cord to a power supply outside of this range may result in fire or electrical shocks. Note • Each time you plug in the AC power cord, no operations will be performed for a few seconds. This is not a malfunction. English 4 Use ◄/► to select the desired location setting, then press OK. [Home] is ENERGY STAR® qualified setting. Initial Setup Initial Setup Select “Retail” or “Home” for your location. Retail Before you begin: Use ▲/▼ to select [Antenna] for TV channels or [Cable] for CATV channels, then press OK. Initial Setup OK • Select [Retail] store, the unit will be set up with predefined setting for retail displays. In this setting, the power consumption may possibly exceed the limited requirement of the ENERGY STAR® qualification. • Select [Home], the unit is set to maximize the energy efficiency for home setting and it can be adjusted through a choice of picture and sound quality according to your preference. Use this setting to remove the E-Sticker if visible from the display. ➠ p.23 • When the initial setup is completed, the lowest memorized channel with the confirmation message of the location setting will be displayed on the TV screen. • You must set [Home] in step 4. Otherwise, [Picture] and [Sound] settings you adjusted will not be memorized after the unit goes into standby mode. Note Cable • If you are not receiving a signal from your cable service, contact the Cable provider. • If you press or MENU during autoprogram, this setup of TV channels will be canceled. • The initial autoprogram function can be executed for either [Antenna] or [Cable] only once. When you change the connection (Antenna / Cable), set [Autoprogram] again. ➠ p.17 • If there is no signal input from the antenna terminal and no operation for several seconds after you turn on the unit, helpful hints appears. Follow the instructions listed on the TV screen. Skip Antenna Or Cable ANT.IN Select OK OK BACK Back MENU Skip • [Autoprogram] will begin. Initial Setup Initial Setup Please wait while the system is scanning for channels. Auto programming may take more than 20 minutes to complete. Retry 0 ch Analog channels 0 ch MENU Skip Select OK OK After an initial setup is completed... MENU Later Skip • If you want to scan the channels automatically again. [Autoprogram] ➠ p.17 • You can add the desired cable and analog channels unmemorized by autoprogram. [Add Channels] ➠ p.18 • If you want to change to another language. [Language] ➠ p.23 • If you want to change the location setting. [Location] ➠ p.23 INFORMATION No channel is registered. Try Autoprogram again? Verify that you have a cable connected to the “ANT. IN” jack on the back of the TV, the channel installation process searches this connection. If you are using a cable or satellite box, please confirm the input which you have connected to the box and press “SOURCE” key on the remote control to select the appropriate source input. 0% Digital channels USEFUL TIPS Antenna Select your signal source. CONNECTING DEVICES Make sure the antenna is connected to ''ANT. IN'' jack. USING FUNCTIONS 3 Use ▲/▼ to select the on-screen language from the choices (English / Español / Français) on the right side of the TV screen, then press OK. OK WATCHING TV 2 After making all the necessary connections, press to turn on the unit. • It may take a few moments to turn on the unit for the first time. • [Initial Setup] menu appears automatically after the unit is turned on. Home Select Make sure the unit is connected to antenna or cable. PREPARATION This section will guide you through the unit’s initial setting which includes selecting a language for your on-screen menu and autoprogram, which automatically scans and memorizes viewable channels. 1 INTRODUCTION These operations are accessible by remote control. Some may also be accessible by controls on the main unit. 11 12 WATCHING TV Sleep Timer can set the unit to go into standby mode after an incremental period of time. Press SLEEP repeatedly to change the amount of time (increases the time by 30 minutes up to 120 minutes). Press SLEEP once to call up the display for checking the remaining time. • To cancel sleep timer, press SLEEP repeatedly until [Sleep Off] is displayed. Sleep 120min. Switching Each Input Mode can easily switch with the remote control between TV (ATSC or NTSC) and external devices when they are connected to the unit. Press SOURCE or CH + repeatedly to cycle through the input modes. e.g.) Source TV HDMI Video HDMI Video PC Component or 11.1 PC DTV /TV channel • Pressing CH − reverses the direction of the input modes. * [Component] will be displayed if you connected component video cables to this unit. Freeze Mode can freeze the image shown on the TV screen for 5 minutes. Press FREEZE to freeze the image. Freeze • The sound output will not be paused. • To cancel freeze mode, press any buttons except . Channel Selection Select channels by using CH +/− or the Number buttons. • To select the memorized channels, use CH +/− or the Number buttons. • To select the non-memorized channels, use the Number buttons. 11.1 To use the Number buttons ATSC - When selecting digital channel 11.1 Be sure to press • before entering the subchannel number. NTSC - When selecting cable or analog channel 11 Press PREV CH to return to the previously viewed channel. Note • [No Signal] will appear on the TV screen after the subchannel broadcast is over. • [Audio only program] message will appear on the TV screen, when you receive only sound signal. 13 English INTRODUCTION TV Screen Display Mode 5 types of display modes can be selected when the broadcasting station is sending 16:9 or 4:3 video signal. And 3 types of display modes can be selected for PC input signal. Press FORMAT repeatedly to switch the TV aspect ratio. For 16:9 video signal 4:3 Zoom For 4:3 video signal Normal displays a 4:3 picture at its original size. Sidebars appear on both edges of the screen. 16:9 displays a 4:3 picture at a 16:9 size; the picture is stretched horizontally to fill the screen. Movie expand displays a 4:3 picture at a 16:9 size; 16:9 Wide the picture is stretched more vertically at the top of Movie expand the screen. This crops out the top of the picture. Zoom For PC input signal Normal Full Unscaled CONNECTING DEVICES Zoom displays a 4:3 picture at a 16:9 size; at its maximum size that is more vertically stretched to fill the screen. This crops out the top and bottom of the picture. Wide displays the picture with its center at the original size and the edges stretched horizontally to fill the screen. Normal displays a proportionately stretched picture. Sidebars appear on both edges of the screen. Full displays a picture that is stretched out of proportion horizontally to fill the screen. Unscaled displays a picture in its original size. USING FUNCTIONS Normal WATCHING TV Wide shortened horizontally. Sidebars appear on both edges of the screen. Movie expand displays a 16:9 picture that is vertically stretched to fill the screen. This only crops Movie expand out the top of the picture. Zoom displays a 16:9 picture at its maximum size without changing its horizontal and vertical ratio. Wide displays a horizontally stretched picture. This crops out the left and right sides of the picture. PREPARATION Normal Normal displays a 16:9 picture at its original size. 4:3 displays a 16:9 picture at a 4:3 size; the picture is USEFUL TIPS Sound Functions describe how to change the audio or the audio language as well as the volume. Volume Adjustment Use VOL +/− to adjust the volume. Volume 30 will be displayed for a few seconds when adjusting the volume. Press MUTE to turn off the sound temporarily. hi! Mute will be displayed for a few seconds. • Press MUTE again or VOL +/− to recover the original volume. salut! hola Switching Audio Mode NTSC ATSC Press SAP repeatedly to cycle through the available audio languages. • Available languages differ depending on the broadcast. • [Other] is displayed when the audio language cannot be acquired, or the acquired languages are other than English, Spanish or French. 11.1 Press SAP to display the currently selected audio mode. While receiving an MTS broadcast, press repeatedly to cycle through the available audio channel. 11 SAP / STEREO e.g.) When all audio are available SAP / STEREO SAP / MONO SAP / STEREO English 1/3 STEREO SAP MONO : Outputs stereo-audio : Outputs second audio program : Outputs mono-audio ! INFORMATION Silence Mode 14 TV Screen Information ECO You can display the currently selected channel or other information such as the audio mode on the TV screen. In the digital mode, the detailed broadcasting information for the current off the air channel such as program title and program guides are displayed. You can turn on ECO Mode to conserve power. ECO mode: ON is ENERGY STAR® qualified setting. 1 Press ECO once to turn on ECO Mode and reduce power consumption. Press ECO again to turn off ECO Mode. Press INFO. ECO Off ECO On ATSC 1 2 3 On 4 Reduces power consumption Power consumption may exceed ENERGY STAR® qualification limits. Off A Day of Memories 11.1 KABC A quarter-century ago,which may now qualify as the good old days of newspapering,run-of-paper sales accounted for 80 percent of the industry's advertising revenues.Department stores and supermarket were English 1/2 1080i 1080i HD HD Rating 16:9 16:9 CC CC TV: TV-14 5 6, 7, 8 9 10 NTSC SAP / STEREO 480i 480i SD SD 4:3 4:3 TV-PG DLSV CC CC 5 6, 7, 8 9 10 1 program title 2 program guide (The program guide added to broadcasting information is displayed to a maximum of 4 lines.) 3 broadcast station 4 channel number 5 audio language (ATSC) / audio mode (NTSC) [Switching Audio Mode] ➠ p.13 6 effective scanning lines and scan mode 7 TV format 8 program’s image aspect ratio 9 CC (not available if closed caption is set to [Off]) 10 child lock rating 2 • You must set [Home] in [Location]. ➠ p.23 Otherwise, the settings you adjusted will not be saved when the unit goes into standby mode. fun-Link Options 4 11 Note Press INFO or BACK If you have our brand products such as Blu-ray player or DVD recorder that are compatible with fun-Link functions, connect them to this unit via an HDMI cable so you can simply operate various items from this unit’s remote control. Before you begin: You must set [On] in [Device Control] and [fun-Link Control]. ➠ p.22, 23 Otherwise, OPTIONS does not work even if you connected our brand devices to this unit. To enjoy fun-Link, verified and recommended devices are as follows; MAGNAVOX MBP5230 MBP2100 MBP5120F MBP5130 1 SYLVANIA NB620SL2 NB620SL1 NB621SL1 Press OPTIONS [fun-Link Options] menu. to display fun-Link Options to hide the information. Device-menu Device-contents Note • When the program guide consists of more than 4 lines, use ▲/▼ to scroll to the next / previous lines. • [No description provided.] is displayed when the program guide is not provided. • While the program guide is displayed, the closed caption function is interrupted. • In external input mode, the following screen is displayed; e.g.) When an external device is connected to Video Input jack. Video 480i 480i MRD723B MRD410B SD SD CC TV-PG DLSV CC • The information display will automatically disappear in 1 minute. Device-favorite Device-menu Devicecontents Devicefavorite 2 This function allows you to control the menu of your connected fun-Link device. This function allows you to control the top menu of your DVD or Blu-ray discs. This function allows you to control the pop-up menu of your Blu-ray discs. Use ▲/▼/ OK on this unit’s remote control to operate the desired functions for your devices. Note • Some of fun-Link functions may not be available depending on your fun-Link devices or discs. • We do not guarantee 100% interoperability with other brands of HDMI link compliant devices. English INTRODUCTION USING FUNCTIONS This section describes the overview of the main menu displayed when you press MENU. The main menu consists of the function setting items below. Press MENU to display the main menu. 2 Use ▲/▼ to select a desired menu and an item, then press OK to determine the setting. Page 16 Adjusting the picture mode, or customize the picture quality as your preference. Sound Setup Features Sound USB Page 16 Adjusting the sound mode, equalizer and some other sound functions. Page 17 Scanning the channels available in your area and see what the antenna levels are. Page 18 Adjusting the Closed Caption, parental guide and some other useful functions. Page 23 You can choose English, Spanish, or French as your on-screen language. USB Page 24 You can view JPEG picture files stored on a USB storage device. 3 When the setting is completed, press MENU to exit. INFORMATION Language USEFUL TIPS Features CONNECTING DEVICES Setup USING FUNCTIONS Language WATCHING TV Picture Picture PREPARATION 1 15 16 Picture Sound Before you begin: Before you begin: You must set [Home] in [Location]. ➠ p.23 Otherwise, the settings you adjusted will not be memorized after the unit goes into standby mode. You must set [Home] in [Location]. ➠ p.23 Otherwise, the settings you adjusted will not be memorized after the unit goes into standby mode. 1 2 Use ▲/▼ to select the item you want to adjust, then press OK. 1 Use ▲/▼ to select the item you want to adjust, then press OK. Picture Smart Picture Picture Smart Sound Sound Brightness 30 Sound Equalizer Setup Contrast 60 Setup SRS TruSurround XT On Features Color 36 Features Auto Volume Leveling Off Language Tint 0 Language TV Speakers Ext. Amp USB Sharpness 0 USB Primary MTS Stereo Personal Color Temperature Normal Noise Reduction On 2 Adjust the following items. Standard Adjust the following items. Smart Picture Smart Sound Use ▲/▼ to select the desired setting, then press OK. ([Personal], [Standard], [Sports], [Movie], and [Game]) Use ▲/▼ to select the desired setting, then press OK. ([Personal], [Standard], [Movie], [Music], and [News]) Brightness, Contrast, Color, Tint, Sharpness, Color Temperature Equalizer You can only adjust the following options when you set to [Personal] in [Smart Picture]. Use ▲/▼ to select the desired setting, then press OK. Then use ◄/► to adjust the setting. Cursor ◄ Cursor ► Brightness to decrease brightness to increase brightness Contrast to decrease contrast to decrease color intensity to add red to increase contrast to increase color intensity to add green Color Tint Sharpness to soften Color to add warm colors Temperature to sharpen to add cool colors Noise Reduction Reduces the noise of the picture. Use ▲/▼ to select the desired option, then press OK. On Off Reduces noise in an image. Sets noise reduction to off. Note • This function is disabled when PC input is selected. (Setting will be in gray.) Adjust tonal quality for each frequency. Use ◄/► to select the specific frequency and use ▲/▼ to adjust the level, then press OK. SRS TruSurround XT® This selects sound modes for more spatial or surround sound reproduction. Use ▲/▼ to select the desired option, then press OK. On Off Selects available modes for surround sound. Sets SRS TruSurround XT® to off. Auto Volume Leveling This function keeps a constant loudness differential between the TV commercials and the programs. Use ▲/▼ to select the desired option, then press OK. On Off Reduces volume differences between the TV commercials and the programs. Removes the auto volume leveling. English Autoprogram Select the audio output from the unit’s speakers, or not. If your amplifier is HDMI link function compatible and connected by an HDMI cable to this unit, some sound operations such as volume up can be changed by using this unit’s remote control. Make sure [fun-Link Control] is set to [On]. ➠ p.22 If you switch wires (e.g. between antenna and CATV) or if you move the unit to a different area after the initial setting, or if you restore the DTV channels you deleted, it is recommended to use Autoprogram to perform a new channel search. On Off Ext. Amp The sound will be output from the unit’s speakers. The sound will not be output from the unit’s speakers. You can control audio output from your connected HDMI link devices by using this unit's remote control. 1 2 Use ▲/▼ to select [Autoprogram], then press OK. Use ▲/▼ to select an appropriate option, then press OK. Picture Sound Setup Back Antenna Cable Features Note Language • We do not guarantee 100% interoperability with other brands of HDMI link compliant devices. • [Unmute] may be displayed on the TV screen when you recover the volume from your amplifier. You can set the output mode as a default for the sound mode (NTSC only). This setting is not interlocked when you change the output mode by pressing SAP. [Sound Functions] ➠ p.13 USB Cable ANT.IN • When connected to VHF / UHF antenna, select [Antenna]. • When connected to CATV, select [Cable]. • [Autoprogram] will begin. Please wait while the system is scanning for channels. Auto programming may take more than 20 minutes to complete. 10 ch Digital channels Outputs stereo-audio. Outputs mono-audio. Outputs second audio program. 6 ch Analog channels MENU Exit • When the scanning and memorizing are completed, the lowest memorized channel will be displayed. Setup Make sure the unit is connected to antenna or cable. 1 Use ▲/▼ to select the item you want to adjust, then press OK. Autoprogram Sound Channel List Setup Add Channels Features Antenna Language USB 2 Adjust the following items. INFORMATION Picture • After setting [Autoprogram], using CH+ / − on the remote control skips unavailable programs automatically. • If you are not receiving a signal from your cable service, contact the Cable provider. • If you press or MENU during autoprogram, the setup of TV channels will be canceled. • Even if [Autoprogram] is completed, the channel setting will be lost if the AC power cord is unplugged before the unit goes into standby mode by pressing . • The PIN code will be required once you set a PIN code in the [Child Lock]. ➠ p.20 • If you want to change your PIN code, follow the instruction of [Change PIN]. ➠ p.21 USEFUL TIPS Note Before you begin: CONNECTING DEVICES 75% Use ▲/▼ to select the desired option, then press OK. Stereo Mono SAP Or USING FUNCTIONS Primary MTS Antenna WATCHING TV Autoprogram will rescan all channels. Auto programming may take more than 20 minutes to complete. Select your signal source. PREPARATION Use ▲/▼ to select the desired option, then press OK. INTRODUCTION TV Speakers 17 18 Channel List Antenna Confirmation The channels selected here can be skipped when selecting the channels using CH + / −. Those channels can still be selected with the Number buttons. This function lets you check the digital signal strength of each channel. 1 2 1 2 Use ▲/▼ to select [Channel List], then press OK. Use ▲/▼ to select the channel you want to remove, then press OK. Picture DTV 11.1 Sound DTV 11.2 DTV 11.3 Setup Features Language ATSC Use ▲/▼ to select [Antenna], then press OK. Use the Number buttons or CH + / − to select the channel for which you want to check the digital signal strength. 11.1 Highlight channels for Ch Up / Down key selection. Back Picture USB Sound Setup Ch Select OK Watch / Skip BACK Features Back Language • The channel display for the removed channel darkens. You will not be able to select the channel again using CH + / −. • To reactivate a removed channel, use ▲/▼ and press OK. The registered channels are highlighted. • When you remove a main channel, its subchannels are removed as well. Current 50 Max 50 USB Ch Change Note • If the channel is set to analog channel or external input, you cannot confirm the antenna condition. Note • The channel with the [DTV] indicated on the display is ATSC. Otherwise the channel is NTSC. Features Add Channels This function lets you add the off the air along NTSC or analog Cable channels that were not added by the autoprogram due to reception conditions at the initial setting. 1 2 1 Use ▲/▼ to select [Add Channels], then press OK. Use the Number buttons to enter the number of the channel you want to add, then press OK. 11 Use ▲/▼ to select the item you want to adjust, then press OK. Picture Closed Caption Sound Child Lock Setup ECO Features PC Settings Language fun-Link (HDMI CEC) USB Location Home E-Sticker -- On Current Software Info Add channels Picture Sound Setup Features Language For analog channels, select a channel to be added using number keys. Adjust the following items. Closed Caption For digital channels, you must perform Autoprogram function. You can view closed captioning (CC) for TV programs, movies and news. Closed caption refers to text of dialog or descriptions displayed on-screen. USB Ch Change 2 BACK Back Note • If setup completes successfully, [Added to the channel list.] is displayed. • If external input is used, it is not possible to register the channel and [Unavailable] will be displayed on the TV screen. • By using CH+ / −, you can select the memorized channels only. Use ▲/▼ to select [Closed Caption], then press OK. See the following description for setting each item. English Picture Caption Service On Sound Digital Caption Service On Setup Caption Style Features A ATSC B C You can change the caption style such as font, color or size, etc. INTRODUCTION C. Caption Style 19 Language USB Use ▲/▼ to select [Caption Style], then press OK. Use ▲/▼ to select [User Setting], then press OK. Use ▲/▼ to select [On], then press OK. Use ▲/▼ to select an item, then press OK. Then use ▲/▼ to select the desired setting and press OK. CC-3 and T-3 CC-2, CC-4, T-2 and T-4 Paint-on mode Displays input characters on the TV screen immediately. Pop-on mode Once characters are stored in memory, they are displayed all at once. Displays the characters continuously by scrolling Roll-up mode (max. 4 lines). Background (Background Color and Background Opacity or Transparency) • Review your setting choice made below by looking in the upper right corner of the displayed setting box (not all selections show the differences selected). Font Style Font Size Font Background ATSC 1 2 Use ▲/▼ to select [Digital Caption Service], then press OK. Use ▲/▼ to select the desired digital caption service, then press OK. Off CS-1 to CS-6 Select if you do not want digital caption service. Select one of these before changing any other item in [Closed Caption] menu. Choose [CS-1] under normal circumstances. Note • [Digital Caption Service] that you can switch differs depending on the broadcast description. Edge Edge Type Closed captioning font style, size, color and opacity can be changed. Background color and opacity of the displayed caption can be switched. Edge color and type of the displayed caption can be switched. INFORMATION In addition to the basic closed caption, DTV has its own closed caption called digital caption service. Use this menu to change the settings for digital caption service. Font Color Font Opacity Background Color Background Opacity Edge Color USEFUL TIPS B. Digital Caption Service Edge (Edge Color and Edge Type) Font (Font Style, Font Size, Font Color and Font Opacity or Transparency) CONNECTING DEVICES • There are 3 display modes according to programs: S o, you yo u mu m u st st be P Ph h ili i l i p. H ii!! I’m pleased pleas ed to meet yo u. USING FUNCTIONS CC-1 and T-1 Select if you do not want caption service. The primary caption and text services.The captioning or text is displayed in the same language as the program’s dialog (up to 4 lines of script on the TV screen, where it does not obstruct relevant parts of the picture). Serve as the preferred data channels. The captioning or text is often a secondary language. Rarely available and broadcasters use them only in special conditions, such as when [CC-1] and [CC-3] or [T-1] and [T-3] are not available. WATCHING TV Picture display OK. Off PREPARATION A. Caption Service 1 Use ▲/▼ to select [Caption Service], then press OK. 2 Use ▲/▼ to select the desired closed caption, then press 1 2 3 4 20 Note • Closed caption will not be displayed when you are using an HDMI connection. • To show the closed caption on your TV screen, broadcast signal must contain the closed caption data. • Not all TV programs and commercials have the closed caption or all types of the closed caption. • Captions and texts may not exactly match the TV voice. • Changing channels may delay the closed caption for a few seconds. • Adjusting or muting the volume may delay the closed caption for a few seconds. • Abbreviations, symbols and other grammatical shortcuts may be used in order to keep pace with the on-screen action. This is not a malfunction. • The caption or text characters will not be displayed while the main menu or functions display is shown. • If a black box appears on the TV screen, this means that the closed caption is set to the text mode. To clear the box, select [CC-1], [CC-2], [CC-3], [CC-4] or [Off]. • If the unit receives poor quality television signals, the captions may contain errors, or there might be no captions at all. Some possible causes of poor quality signals are: - Automobile ignition noise - Electric motor noise - Weak signal reception - Multiplex signal reception (ghosts or screen flutter) - Data dropout and Pixelation (for DTV only) • The unit retains the closed caption setting if the power fails. • When the unit receives special effects playback signal (e.g. Search, Slow and Still) from a VCR’s video output channel (ch3 or ch4), the unit may not display the correct caption or text. Picture Channel Lock Sound US Movie Ratings Lock Setup US TV Ratings Lock Features Canadian English Rating Language Canadian French Rating USB Region Ratings Lock A B C D Change PIN Note • When you select a rating and set it to [Block], the higher ratings will be blocked automatically. The lower ratings will be available for viewing. • When you set the highest rating to [View], all ratings turn to [View] automatically. • To block any inappropriate programs, set your limits in [US Movie Ratings Lock], [US TV Ratings Lock] and [Region Ratings Lock]. • The child lock setting will be retained after a power failure or after the power is removed for longer than 10 seconds (except the PIN code reverts to 0000). [Child Lock] ➠ p.20 • If the rating is blocked, will appear. • [Region Ratings Lock] will be available when the unit receives a digital broadcast using the new rating system. • For the United States, the unit may download the Region Ratings Lock Table, if required. • The Canadian rating systems on this unit are based on CEA-766-A and CRTC policy. Child Lock A. Channel Lock Child lock reads the ratings for programs, then denies access to the programs which exceed the rating level you set. With this function, you can block certain programs inappropriate for children and any channels or external input modes can be invisible. Particular channels or external input modes can be invisible in this function. 1 Use ▲/▼ to select [Child Lock], then press OK. Picture Closed Caption Sound Child Lock Setup ECO Features 1 2 Use ▲/▼ to select [Channel Lock], then press OK. Use ▲/▼ to select the desired rating, then press OK repeatedly to switch between [View] and [Block]. Picture HDMI Sound Video PC settings Setup PC Language fun-Link (HDMI CEC) Features 40.1 DTV USB Location Home Language 40.2 DTV E-Sticker -- USB 40.3 DTV On Current Software Info 2 Select Use the Number buttons to enter the 4-digit numbers for your PIN code. Features Language Enter PIN. _ • When you have not set up your PIN code, enter 0, 0, 0, 0. • When the PIN code is correct, [Child Lock] menu is displayed. See the following description for setting each item. OK View / Block BACK Back will be displayed if you connected component * [Component] video cables to this unit. B. Setting US Movie ratings US Movie ratings lock is the rating system created by MPAA. 1 2 Use ▲/▼ to select [US Movie Ratings Lock], then press OK. Use ▲/▼ to select the desired rating, then press OK repeatedly to switch between [View] and [Block]. 21 English X Picture Sound NC-17 Sound TV-MA Setup R Setup TV-14 Features PG-13 Features TV-PG PG Language TV-G G USB TV-Y7 Language USB FV OK View / Block BACK Back Select Sub Rating Category OK Fantasy Violence NC-17 No one under 17 admitted V Violence R Restricted; under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian S Sexual Situation L Coarse Language PG-13 Unsuitable for children under 13 D Suggestive Dialog PG Parental guidance suggested G General audience NR No rating FV TV-PG Language TV-G USB TV-Y7 V S L D D. Change PIN Although the default PIN code (0000) is supplied with the unit, you can set your own PIN code. 1 2 Use ▲/▼ to select [Change PIN], then press OK. Press the Number buttons to enter the new 4-digit PIN code. • Enter PIN code again in [Confirm PIN.] entry field. TV-Y Select Rating OK View / Block BACK Back Picture Sound Category Mature audience only TV-14 Unsuitable for children under 14 TV-PG Parental guidance suggested TV-G General audience TV-Y7 Appropriate for all children 7 and older TV-Y Appropriate for all children Setup higher Enter PIN. _ Features Language Confirm PIN. USB PIN Code BACK Back Note lower To set the sub ratings As for TV-MA, TV-14, TV-PG, or TV-Y7, you can further set the sub ratings to block specific elements of programming. To set the sub ratings, follow the step below. Use ▲/▼ / ◄/► to select the desired rating, then press OK repeatedly to switch between [View] and [Block]. • Make sure new PIN code and confirm PIN code must be exactly the same. If they are different, the space is cleared for reentering. • Your PIN code will be erased and returns to the default PIN code (0000) when a power failure occurs. • If you forget the PIN code, unplug the AC power cord then wait for 10 seconds to plug the AC power cord in again. The unit will restore the PIN code to 0000 as the factory default. INFORMATION TV-MA USEFUL TIPS Features TV-14, TV-PG CONNECTING DEVICES Use ▲/▼ / ◄/► to select the desired rating, then press OK repeatedly to switch between [View] and [Block]. TV-14 TV-MA TV-14 TV-PG • Blocked sub rating will appear beside the main rating category in [US TV Ratings Lock] menu. • You cannot block a sub rating (D, L, S or V) if the main rating is set to [View]. • Changing the category to [Block] or [View] automatically changes all its sub ratings to the same ([Block] or [View]). Use ▲/▼ to select [US TV Ratings Lock], then press OK. Setup Rating TV-Y7 Note C. Setting TV ratings TV-MA Back USING FUNCTIONS FV Sound D WATCHING TV Mature audience only Picture BACK View / Block Category X 1 2 L PREPARATION Rating S TV-Y NR Select V INTRODUCTION Picture 22 Clock, Phase ECO Use ◄/► to adjust [Clock] setting to stabilize the PC screen and [Phase] setting to improve the clarity of the PC screen. You can turn on ECO Mode to conserve power. ECO mode: ON is ENERGY STAR® qualified setting. 1 2 Cursor ◄ Clock Use ▲/▼ to select [ECO], then press OK. Phase Use ▲/▼ to select the desired mode, then press OK. On Reduces power consumption Power consumption may exceed ENERGY STAR® qualification limits. Off to decrease setting value Note • You must set [Home] in [Location]. ➠ p.23 Otherwise, the settings you adjusted will not be saved when the unit goes into standby mode. • You can also press ECO directly to switch the desired setting. ➠ p.14 Cursor ► to increase setting value Note • You may not obtain an appropriate screen with [Auto Adjustment] for some signals. In this case, adjust the settings manually. • Adjust [Phase] setting after [Clock] setting has been properly adjusted. fun-Link (HDMI CEC) PC Settings This function allows you to operate the linked functions between our brand devices with a fun-Link feature and this unit connecting through an HDMI cable. This function lets you adjust the PC screen position, clock and phase during PC input. 1 1 2 Use ▲/▼ to select [PC Settings], then press OK. Use ▲/▼ to select the setting you want to adjust, then press OK. Auto Adjustment Picture Picture fun-Link Control On Sound Auto Device Off On Setup Auto TV On On Features Device Control On Language Device List USB Sound 3 Use ▲/▼ to select [fun-Link (HDMI CEC)], then press OK. Setup Horizontal Position 0 Features Vertical Position 0 Language Clock 0 USB Phase 0 Adjust the following items. Set the fun-Link [On] or [Off]. The following additional settings will be grayed out when you set to [Off]. Use ▲/▼ to select [Adjust], then press OK. Cancel Picture Adjust To automatically synchronize the phase and clock on the TV and PC. Setup Use ▲/▼ to select the desired setting, then press OK. fun-Link Control Adjust the following items. Auto Adjustment Sound 2 3 Use ▲/▼ to select the desired setting, then press OK. On Off Features Language Selects if you have connected an external device that is compatible with the fun-Link function. Disables all fun-Link. Auto Device Off USB You can set your device to turn off by interlocking from this unit’s power. • The horizontal/vertical position, clock and phase of the PC screen are automatically adjusted. Horizontal Position,Vertical Position Use ▲/▼ to select the desired setting, then press OK. On Off Use ◄/► to adjust. Cursor ◄ Cursor ► Horizontal Position to move PC screen left to move PC screen right Vertical Position to move PC screen down to move PC screen up Your connected fun-Link device turns off automatically when the unit goes into standby mode. Your connected fun-Link device stays on even if the unit goes into standby mode. English This unit will turn on when the power on signal is sent from your connected fun-Link device. Use ▲/▼ to select the desired setting, then press OK. Off Device Control You can operate some functions such as disc playback or call up the menu of the connected devices, by using this unit’s remote control. On Off Device List This function lets you see the product model number or name of connected devices. Use ▲/▼ to select [E-Sticker], then press OK. Use ▲/▼ to select [Off], then press OK. Off Top Bottom You can turn off E-Sticker. E-Sticker is displayed on top of the TV screen. E-Sticker is displayed on bottom of the TV screen. Note • If you select [Home], E-Sticker will not be displayed. Current Software Info This function shows what version of the software currently used. 1 2 Use ▲/▼ to select [Current Software Info], then press OK. Confirm the version of the software currently used. Back Picture Sound HDMI NB620SL2 Setup Setup Features Features Language Language USB CONNECTING DEVICES Sound Picture Release Version: XXXXXXX_XX_XX_XXXX_XX USB OK Refresh BACK Back When you select [Retail] store, the power consumption may possibly exceed the limited requirement of the ENERGY STAR® qualification. Use ▲/▼ to select [English], [Español] or [Français], then press OK. Picture Sound Use ▲/▼ to select the desired location, then press OK. Retail Home The unit will be set up with predefined settings for retail displays. In this setting, the power consumption may possibly exceed the limit requirement of the ENERGY STAR® qualification. This setting is ENERGY STAR® qualified. The unit is set to maximize the energy efficiency for home setting and it can be adjusted through a choice of picture and sound quality according to your preference. Select your menu language. English Seleccione el idioma para el menú. Español Sélectionnez la langue du menu. Français Setup Features Language USB Note • If you need the English menus instead of the Spanish or French menus, press MENU. Use ▲/▼ to select [Idioma] or [Langue], then press OK. Use ▲/▼ to select [English], then press OK. Press MENU to exit the main menu. INFORMATION Use ▲/▼ to select [Location], then press OK. USEFUL TIPS Language Location 1 2 USING FUNCTIONS PLAY B / STOP C / FWD D / REV E / SKIP G / OPTIONS / SKIP H / PAUSE F / ▲ /▼ /◄ / ► / OK / BACK / the Number buttons / RED / GREEN / BLUE / YELLOW can be used to control your connected fun-Link devices by this unit’s remote control. Disables the device control. 1 2 WATCHING TV Use ▲/▼ to select the desired setting, then press OK. When you select [Location] to [Retail] store, E-Sticker (Electronic Sticker) is displayed. E-Sticker can be turned Off using procedure below. PREPARATION This unit turns on automatically when you turn on your connected fun-Link device. This unit stays in standby mode even if you turn on your connected fun-Link device. On E-Sticker INTRODUCTION Auto TV On 23 24 Item USB ➀ ➃ Press 4 or OK to start the slide show. While the slide show is on, the following 2 settings will be displayed. This unit can play JPEG picture files. Use the USB storage device that contains those files. More detail 1 Start show 2 Insert the USB storage device into the USB terminal on this unit. The main menu appears automatically. Press 2, then use ▲/▼ to select the transition mode choosing from; Transitions [None], [Dissolve], [Wipe right], [Wipe left], [Wipe up], [Wipe down], [Box in] and [Box out]. ➁ Use ▲/▼ to select [USB] and press OK. The highlighted text will move to the name of your USB storage device, then press OK again. ➂ Press 3, then use ▲/▼ to change the display time choosing from; [Short], [Medium] and [Long]. ➃ Press 4 or OK to stop the slide show. While the slide show is off, the following 2 settings will be displayed. Rotate ➁ Every press on 2 will turn the picture clockwise by 90 degrees. ➂ Press 3, then use ▲/▼ to select the zoom factor (1x, 2x or 4x). Press OK to set the zoom factor. Slide time Your USB Picture Sound Stop show This menu allows you to enjoy your photos via your USB device. Setup Features Language USB Zoom 3 Use ▲/▼ to select [Picture] and then press OK. 4 Use ▲/▼ to select the desired file, and then press OK. Note Your USB Picture Picture Image1.jpg Image1.jpg Image2.jpg Image3.jpg Image4.jpg Image5.jpg Image1.jpg 1200:900 2009:04:02 17:42:06 1 2 Thumbnails 3 4 Press “OK” key to play/pause. • To toggle between [List] and [Thumbnails] press the Number 2 button each time. • The unit goes to the slide show automatically. To pause / play the slide show, press OK. • Use the Number buttons (1 through 4) to see the file detail (➀) or change the following settings (➁~➃) [see the description on the top of the next column]. Detail Press 1 to display file details below. [Name], [Album], [Date], [Size] and [Next]. Press 1 again to remove file details. Press MENU to exit. • The unit recognizes only a USB storage device. • Do not use a USB hub or an extension cable to connect an external hard disk drive to the unit. (Not supported.) • A USB storage device is always inserted to this unit directly. • A USB storage device is not supplied with this unit. • We do not guarantee that all USB storage devices can be supported by this unit. • Be sure to keep a backup copy of the original files on your device before you play them back on this unit. We have no responsibilities for damage or loss of your stored data. • To protect your USB storage device files from being erased place the write protect sliding tab in the protect position. • When you are ready to remove a USB storage device, at first turn the unit off so it will go into standby mode to avoid any damage to your data and the unit. • A USB storage device that requires its own driver or the device with a special system such as fingerprint recognition are not supported. • This unit is not allowed to use the USB storage device which requires an external power supply (500mA or more). • Up to 2GB (FAT16) or 8GB (FAT32) capacity can be supported. • Only USB 2.0 is supported. • Up to 10,000 files or 1,000 folders with 19 hierarchies can be recognized. • Up to 255 English characters can be recognized. • This unit does not support MTP(Media Transfer Protocol). • This unit supports FAT16 and FAT32 file systems. • If the file is not supported, an error message appears. • When the USB storage device is not recognized, try reconnecting it again. It is recommended that files to be played back in this unit are recorded under the following specifications: • Upper limit : 24 Megapixel English No supplied cables are used with these connections: • Please purchase the necessary cables at your local store. Be sure other device is connected properly before plugging in the AC power cord. External Device Connection • Use an HDMI cable with the HDMI logo (a certified HDMI cable). High Speed HDMI cable is recommended for the better compatibility. For HDMI connection (use HDMI Input jack) • The unit accepts 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p 24/30/60Hz of video signals, and 32kHz, 44.1kHz and 48kHz of audio signals. • This unit accepts 5.1 channel audio signal (Dolby Digital) and 2 channel audio signal (LPCM). • This unit accepts only signals in compliance with EIA861. For HDMI-DVI connection • The unit accepts 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p video signals. • HDMI-DVI connection requires separate audio connections as well and the audio signals are converted from digital to analog. • DVI does not display 480i image which is not in compliance with EIA/CEA-861/861B. HDMI connection offers the highest picture quality. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) transports high definition digital video and multi-channel digital audio through a single cable. Component Video connection offers better picture quality for video devices connected to the unit. If you connect to the unit’s Component Video Input jacks, connect Analog Audio cables to the Analog Audio L/R Input jacks right below the Component Video connector jacks. component video cables (red / blue / green) HDMI OUT TITLE 5 CHAPTER 15 REPEAT A-B (green) (blue) (red) Blu-ray / DVD recorder with the HDMI output jack L R AUDIO OUT HDMI-DVI Connection TITLE 5 CHAPTER 15 REPEAT A-B HDMI-DVI conversion cable Blu-ray / DVD recorder with the component video output jacks Note • The unit accepts 480i / 480p / 720p and 1080i of video signals for this connection. USEFUL TIPS This unit can be connected to your device that has a DVI terminal. Use an HDMI-DVI conversion cable for this connection and it requires audio cable for Analog Audio signal as well. INFORMATION audio cables L R AUDIO OUT cable receiver or satellite box with the DVI output jack Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr COMPONENT VIDEO OUT CONNECTING DEVICES audio cables USING FUNCTIONS HDMI cable Component Video Connection WATCHING TV HDMI Connection PREPARATION Before you connect: Note INTRODUCTION CONNECTING DEVICES 25 DVI OUT STEREO PCM 26 Composite Video Connection PC Connection Composite Video connection offers standard picture quality for video devices connected to the unit. If you connect to the unit’s Composite Video Input jack, connect audio cables to the Audio L/R Input jacks below the Composite Video connector jack. When the Audio is monaural, then only connect to the Audio L Input jack. camcorder This unit is equipped with a PC input jack. If you connect this unit to your PC, you can use this unit as a PC monitor. Use a VGA cable for this Video connection and it requires a stereo mini plug conversion cable for Analog Audio signal as well. personal computer video game mini audio cable audio cables STAND-BY STEREO VCR VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT L R VGA cable should be with ferrite core. VGA cable video cable The following video signals can be displayed: audio cables Digital Audio Output Connection (for digital broadcasting only) If you connect this unit to an external digital audio device, you can enjoy multi-channel audio like 5.1ch digital broadcasting sound. Use a digital audio coaxial cable to connect the unit to external digital audio devices. WXGA Resolution 640 x 480 800 x 600 1,024 x 768 1,280 x 768 1,360 x 768 Refresh rate 60Hz Other formats or non-standard signals will not be displayed correctly. Note • Please purchase the VGA cable that has a ferrite core. • The following operations may reduce noise. - Attach a ferrite core to the AC power cord of your PC. - Unplug the AC power cord and use the built-in battery of your PC. DIGITAL AUDIO COAXIAL IN Dolby Digital decoder digital audio coaxial cable Format VGA SVGA XGA English This unit offers easy playback of JPEG picture files. Insert the USB storage device into the USB terminal shown below. [USB] ➠ p.24 INTRODUCTION USB Storage Device 27 PREPARATION CONNECTING DEVICES USEFUL TIPS INFORMATION It is recommended that files to be played back in this unit are recorded under the following specifications: • Upper limit : 24 Megapixel USING FUNCTIONS • The unit recognizes only a USB storage device. • Do not use a USB hub or an extension cable to connect an external hard disk drive to the unit. (Not supported.) • A USB storage device is always inserted to this unit directly. • A USB storage device is not supplied with this unit. • We do not guarantee that all USB storage devices can be supported by this unit. • Be sure to keep a backup copy of the original files on your device before you play them back on this unit. We have no responsibilities for damage or loss of your stored data. • To protect your USB storage device files from being erased place the write protect sliding tab in the protect position. • When you are ready to remove a USB storage device, at first turn the unit off so it will go into standby mode to avoid any damage to your data and the unit. • A USB storage device that requires its own driver or the device with a special system such as fingerprint recognition are not supported. • This unit is not allowed to use the USB storage device which requires an external power supply (500mA or more). • Up to 2GB (FAT16) or 8GB (FAT32) capacity can be supported. • Only USB 2.0 is supported. • Up to 10,000 files or 1,000 folders with 19 hierarchies can be recognized. • Up to 255 English characters can be recognized. • This unit does not support MTP(Media Transfer Protocol). • This unit supports FAT16 and FAT32 file systems. • If the file is not supported, an error message appears. • When the USB storage device is not recognized, try reconnecting it again. WATCHING TV Note 28 USEFUL TIPS FAQ Question Answer • • • • My remote control does not work. • What should I do? • • • • How come the Initial setup appears every time I turn on this unit? Why can I not watch some RF signal TV programs. Check the antenna or cable connection to the main unit. Check the batteries of the remote control. Check if there is an obstacle between the infrared sensor window and the remote control. Test the signal output use [IR Signal Check]. ➠ p.30 If okay, then possible infrared sensor trouble. Aim the remote control directly at the infrared sensor window on the front of the unit. Reduce the distance to the unit. Re-insert the batteries with their polarities (+/– signs) as indicated. When there is an infrared-equipped device such as PC near this unit, it may interrupt the remote control signal of this unit. Move the infrared-equipped device away from this unit, change the angle of the infrared sensor or turn off the infrared communication function. • • Connect the RF coaxial cable to the unit directly and run the initial setup. Make sure to complete the channel scan before the unit goes into standby mode. • • Make sure [Autoprogram] has been completed. ➠ p.17 Autoprogram must be completed when you set up the unit for the first time or move it to a location where previously unavailable channels are broadcast. The selected channel may not be broadcasting. When [Autoprogram] is interrupted and not completed, some channels will not be received. Make sure to complete the Autoprogram. ➠ p.17 The selected channel cannot be viewed by the [Child Lock] setting. ➠ p.20 The unit requires some kind of antenna input. An indoor antenna (VHF / UHF), an external antenna (VHF / UHF) or an RF coaxial cable from your wall cable/satellite box needs to be plugged into the unit. • • • • • How come there is no image from • the connected external devices? • Check if the correct input mode is selected by pressing SOURCE or using CH + / −. [Switching Each Input Mode] ➠ p.12 Check the antenna or cable connection to the unit. When using the Component Video Connection check that the Green (Y), Blue (Pb/Cb) and Red (Pr/ Cr) connectors are connected to their corresponding colored jacks on the unit. When I enter a channel number, it changes automatically. • Many digital channels have alternate channel numbers. The unit changes the numbers automatically to the ones signifying the broadcasting station channel number. These basic numbers used for previous analog broadcasts. (e.g., input ch#30 auto changes to ch#6.1) Why are captions not displayed entirely? Or, captions are delayed behind the dialog. • Captions that are delayed a few seconds behind the actual dialog are common for live broadcasts. Most captioning production companies can display a dialog to maximum of 220 words per minute. If a dialog exceeds that rate, selective editing is used to insure that the captions remain up-to date with the current TV screen dialog. How can I set the clock ? • There is no clock function on this unit. I cannot change the [Child Lock] setting because my PIN code no longer works. • If a Power failure occurs for longer than 10 seconds the child lock setting is retained, but the PIN code is set to the default code “0000”. [Child Lock] ➠ p.20 Troubleshooting Guide If the unit does not perform properly when operated as instructed in this manual, check the following chart and all connections once before calling for service. Symptom No power Control button's do not work. Power is ON but no screen image. Remedy • • • Make sure the AC power cord is plugged in. Make sure that the AC outlet supplies the proper voltage, plug another electrical appliance into the AC outlet to ensure that AC outlet operates normally. If a power failure occurs, unplug the AC power cord for 1 minute to allow the unit to reset itself. • • Press only one button at a time. Do NOT press more than one button at the same time. Ensure that no buttons on the remote control are depressed and move freely. • • Check whether the connection of the antenna, cable receiver or satellite box is connected correctly. Check whether all the cables to the unit are connected to the correct output jack of your device like Blu-ray / DVD recorder. Make sure that the selected input mode is connected to the working input jack. Check if your computer is NOT in sleep mode when the input mode of this unit is in PC mode. Tap any key on the keyboard to wake up your computer. • • English Remedy • • • • • • • • • • • • Adjusted [Picture] or [Sound] settings are not effective every time • the unit is turned on. • You see a distorted picture or hear an unusual sound. • • • • Electrical interference from nearby appliances may affect picture quality. Adjust [Contrast] and [Brightness] in the main menu. View other TV channels. The problem might be limited to the broadcasting station or weak signal strength. For the best picture quality, watch "High Definition" wide screen programs. If the HD content is not available, watch "Standard Definition" programs instead. View other TV channels. The problem might be limited to the broadcasting station or weak signal strength. Check if the audio cable is connected in correctly. You may be getting interference from electrical appliances, automobiles, motorcycles or fluorescent lights. Try moving the unit to another location to see if this is the cause of the problem. You see "noise" or "trash" on the screen. • When the capabilities of the unit exceed the capabilities of the digital broadcasting, the signal will be increased to match the capabilities of the display of the unit. This may cause noise or trash. Different color marks on the TV screen • View other TV channels. The problem might be limited to the broadcasting station, missing data or pixelation. You switch to a different input and the volume changes. • • This unit will memorize the volume level from the last time you adjusted it. If the volume of the sound from another device is higher or lower, then the loudness will change. You switch to a different input and the screen size changes. • This unit will memorize the viewing mode from the last time you used the particular input modes. • If you are using the unit as a PC monitor, make sure that [Horizontal Position] and [Vertical Position] in [PC Settings] are set correctly. If you are watching TV or using the Composite Video, Component Video or HDMI with 480i Input, press FORMAT repeatedly to switch various screen modes. The display image does not cover the entire screen. • Captions are displayed as a white box. No caption is displayed in the Closed Caption-supported program. • • Interference from buildings or weather conditions may cause captioning to be incomplete. Broadcasting station may shorten the program to insert advertisement. The closed caption decoder cannot read the information of the shortened program. Black box is displayed on the TV screen. • The text mode is selected for caption. Select [CC-1], [CC-2], [CC-3], [CC-4] or [Off]. Note • The LCD screen is manufactured to provide many years of useful life. Occasionally a few non active pixels may appear as a fixed point of blue, green or red. This is not to be considered a defect in the LCD screen. • Some functions are not available in specific modes, but this is not a malfunction. Read the description in this manual for more details on correct operations. INFORMATION Electrical interference from nearby appliances may affect picture quality. View other TV channels. The problem might be limited to the broadcasting station or weak signal strength. USEFUL TIPS • • Ghosts, lines or streaks in picture CONNECTING DEVICES Picture OK, sound poor You must set [Home] in [Location]. ➠ p.23 Otherwise, the settings you adjusted will not be memorized after the unit goes into standby mode. USING FUNCTIONS Sound OK, picture poor • • • View other TV channels. The problem might be limited to the broadcasting station or weak signal strength. Adjust [Color] in the main menu. WATCHING TV No color PREPARATION No picture or sound Check if the power is on. Check if the correct input mode is selected. Check whether all the cables to the unit are connected to the correct output jack of your device like Blu-ray / DVD recorder. View other TV channels. The problem might be limited to the broadcasting station or weak signal strength. Unplug the AC power cord and wait for about 1 minute, then plug the AC power cord and turn on the unit again. Check whether the connection of the antenna, cable receiver or satellite box is connected correctly. Make sure that the selected input mode is connected to the working input jack. Check if your computer is NOT in sleep mode when the input mode of this unit is in PC mode. Tap any key on the keyboard to wake up your computer. Make sure that the sound is not muted. Press MUTE so that the volume bar and current volume level will appear on the TV screen. Make sure that the volume is NOT set to [0] or [Mute]. If so, use VOL + / − to adjust the desired volume. INTRODUCTION Symptom 29 30 INFORMATION Glossary Maintenance ATSC Acronym that stands for Advanced Television Systems Committee and the name of the digital broadcasting standards. Aspect Ratio The width of a TV screen relative to its height. Conventional TVs are 4:3 (in other words, the TV screen is almost square); widescreen models are 16:9 (the TV screen is almost twice as wide as its height). CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) This allows you to operate the linked functions between our brand devices with CEC feature and this unit. We do not guarantee 100% interoperability with other brands of CEC compliant devices. Component Video This is a video signal format that conveys each of 3 principal colors of light (red, blue and green) through different signal lines. This allows the viewers to experience picture colors as original as it is. There are several signal formats, including Y / Pb / Pr and Y / Cb / Cr. Dolby Digital The system developed by Dolby Laboratories to compress digital sound. It offers stereo sound (2ch) or multi-channel audio. E-Sticker E-Sticker is showing set features, technical information, etc on this TV set that is displayed on the TV screen. Previously the information was on a printed sticker that was put on the display. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) Interface that supports all uncompressed, digital audio / video formats including set-top box, Blu-ray / DVD recorder or digital television, over a single cable. HDTV (High Definition TV) Ultimate digital format that produces high resolution and high picture quality. NTSC Acronym that stands for National Television Systems Committee and the name of analog broadcasting standards. Off the air NTSC signals are no longer being sent by major broadcasting stations in the USA. PIN code A stored 4-digit number that allows access to parental control features. SAP (Secondary Audio Program) Second-audio channel delivered separately from main-audio channel. This audio channel is used as an alternate in bilingual broadcasting. SDTV (Standard Definition TV) Standard digital format that is similar to the NTSC picture quality. SRS TruSurround XT® Creates a truly immersive surround sound experience with rich bass and clear dialog from only two speakers. Cabinet Cleaning • • Wipe the front panel and other exterior surfaces of the unit with a soft cloth. Never use a solvent or alcohol. Do not spray insecticide liquid near the unit. Such chemicals may cause damage and discoloration to the exposed surfaces. Panel Cleaning Wipe the panel of the unit with a soft cloth. Before cleaning the panel, disconnect the AC power cord. Servicing Should your unit become inoperative, do not try to correct the problem yourself. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Call our toll free customer support line found on the cover of this manual to locate an authorized service center. IR Signal Check If the remote control is not working properly, you can use a digital camera (including a cellular phone with built-in camera) to see if it is sending out an infrared signal. With a digital camera (including built-in cell phone cameras): Point the Digital Camera towards the remote control infrared diode at the front of the remote control. Press any button on the remote control and look through the camera display. If the infrared pulsating light appears through the camera, the remote control is sending out an IR signal. English Terminals Antenna Input VHF / UHF / CATV 75 Ω unbalanced (F-type) Audio Input RCA jack (L/R) x 2 500mV rms Component / Composite (VIDEO) Video Input jacks for VIDEO Y/CVBS 1V p-p (75 Ω) RCA jack x 3 Pb/Cb 700 mV p-p (75Ω) Pr/Cr 700 mV p-p (75Ω) HDMI Input HDMI 19 pin x 1 USB Input USB x 1 PC Input D-Sub 15 pin x 1(RGB) Digital Audio Output (coaxial) RCA jack x 1 500 mV p-p (75 Ω) Headphone Audio Output 1/8 inches x 1(3.5mm) Remote control Digital encoded infrared light system Operating temperature 41 °F (5 °C) to 104 °F (40 °C) Audio Output 1.5W, 8 Ω x 2 USING FUNCTIONS Power requirements Electrical Specification 120V~ AC +/− 10%, 60Hz +/− 0.5% [22ME601B] Power consumption (maximum) 30W Width 21.4 inches (542.5 mm) Height 13.7 inches (345.8 mm) Depth 2.1 inches (52.0 mm) Weight 7.13 lbs. (3.23 kg) 21.4 inches 14.6 inches 5.6 inches 7.35 lbs. (542.5 mm) (368.9 mm) (141.0 mm) (3.33 kg) 29W LCD 19 inches (18.5 inches measured diagonally) Dimensions • Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice and without our legal obligation. If there is a discrepancy between languages, the default language will be English. 18.7 inches 13.1 inches 5.6 inches 6.09 lbs. (474.6 mm) (331.2 mm) (141.0 mm) (2.76kg) INFORMATION Width 18.7 inches (474.6 mm) Height 12.1 inches (307.3 mm) Depth 2.1 inches (52.0 mm) Weight 5.87 lbs. (2.66 kg) USEFUL TIPS [19ME601B] Power consumption (maximum) CONNECTING DEVICES LCD 22 inches (21.6 inches measured diagonally) Dimensions • WATCHING TV TV format ATSC / NTSC-M TV standard Closed Caption system §15.122 / FCC (digital CC) §15.119 / FCC (analog CC) Channel coverage (ATSC / NTSC) Terrestrial DTV (ATSC) VHF 2~13 UHF 14~51 (each channel has e.g. 2.1~2.9, 3.1~3.9, etc.) Terrestrial Analog (NTSC) VHF 2~13 UHF 14~69 CATV 2~13, A~W, W+1~W+94 (analog W+1~W+84), A-5~A-1, 5A Tuning system Channel frequency synthesized tuning system Channel access Direct access keyboard, Programmable scan, and up / down PREPARATION Other Specifications INTRODUCTION General Specifications 31 32 English WARRANTY COVERAGE: This warranty obligation is limited to the terms as set forth below. to any hardware product or any software, even if packaged or sold with the product, as manufacturers, suppliers, or publishers may provide a separate warranty for their own products packaged with the bundled product. TO OBTAIN ASSISTANCE… Contact the Customer Care Center at: 1-866-341-3738 REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR THE CONSUMER, WITH THE ISSUING COMPANY NOT LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. Some states do not allow the exclusions or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty does not apply (a) to damage caused by accident, abuse, misuse, neglect, misapplication, or non-supplied product, (b) to damage caused by service performed by anyone other than company approved Authorized Service Location, (c) to a product FUNAI CORPORATION, Inc. 19900 Van Ness Avenue, Torrance, CA 90501 Printed in China INFORMATION The company is not liable for any damage to or loss of any programs, data, or other information stored on any media contained within the product, or other additional product or part not covered by this warranty. Recovery or reinstallation of programs, data or other information is not covered under this Limited Warranty. can be provided. • Failure to operate per Owner’s Manual. USEFUL TIPS WHAT IS NOT COVERED - EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS: This Limited Warranty applies only to new company manufac- • A product used for commercial or institutional purposes (including but not limited to rental purposes). CONNECTING DEVICES Replacement product can only be sent if all warranty requirements are met. Failure to follow all requirements can result in delay. it to operate in any country other than the country for which it was designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized, or USING FUNCTIONS Note: Any product sold and identified as refurbished or renewed carries a ninety (90) day limited warranty. tent for extended periods, product cosmetic appearance items due to normal wear and tear, unauthorized repair or other cause not within the control of the company. • Damage or claims for products not being available for use, or for lost data or lost software. • Damage from mishandled shipments or transit accidents when returning product. WATCHING TV WHAT IS COVERED: This warranty covers new products if a defect in material or workmanship occurs and a valid claim is received within the Warranty Period. At its option, the company will either (1) repair the product at no charge, using new or refurbished replacement parts, or (2) exchange the product with a product that is new or which has been manufactured from new, or serviceable used parts and is at least functionally equivalent or most comparable to the original product in current inventory, or (3) refund the original purchase price of the product. Replacement products or parts provided under this warranty are covered against defects in materials and workmanship from the date of the replacement or repair for ninety (90) days or for the remaining portion of the original product’s warranty, whichever provides longer coverage for you. When a product or part is exchanged, any replacement item becomes your property and the replaced item becomes company property. When a refund is given, your product becomes company property. This Limited Warranty does not cover: • Shipping charges to return defective product. • Labor charges for installation or setup of the product, adjustment of customer controls on the product, and installation or repair of antenna/signal source systems outside of the product. • Product repair and/or part replacement because of improper installation or maintenance, connections to improper voltage supply, power line surge, lightning damage, retained images or PREPARATION WHO IS COVERED: This product warranty is issued to the original purchaser or the person receiving the product as a gift against defects in materials and workmanship as based on the date of original purchase (“Warranty Period”) from an Authorized Dealer. The original sales receipt showing the product name and the purchase date from an authorized retailer is considered such proof. mission, or (d) if any serial number has been removed or defaced, or (e) product, accessories or consumables sold “AS IS” without warranty of any kind by including refurbished product sold “AS IS” by some retailers. INTRODUCTION LIMITED WARRANTY NINETY (90) DAY LABOR / ONE (1) YEAR PARTS 33