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Westinghouse Digital 2004
30" Wide-Format
LCD-TV
User's Manual
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Summary of Contents

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    Westinghouse Digital 2004 30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User's Manual...

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    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Preface This manual is designed to assist you in setting up and using your LCD-TV. Information in this document has been carefully checked for accuracy; however, no guarantee is given to the correctness of the contents. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. This document contains proprietary information protected by copyright.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Table of Contents Introduction Features Installation Guide Unpacking Connections Planning Your Connections Antenna Connection Video Connections PC & Audio Output Connections Power Connection Using The Remote Programming TV Channels Enjoying Wide-Format Movies Picture-in-Picture Reference Guide...

  • Page 4: Introduction, Features

    This user guide is divided into two parts: an Installation Guide and a Reference Guide. The first time you setup and use this LCD-TV, please follow the instructions in the Installation Guide. To fully explore the abilities and individual features of this LCD-TV, a Reference Guide follows this Installstion Guide.

  • Page 5: Installation Guide, Unpacking

    Installation Guide You will soon be enjoying your LCD-TV. The following are instructions on what parts to expect to find within the box, how to connect your LCD-TV and how to use your remote to setup and configure basic options.

  • Page 6: Connections

    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Connections There are 4 separate locations for connectors on the rear of the LCD-TV: Antenna, Video, PC and Power. Key Pad PC Connectors Video Connectors Dust Cover Dust Cover Antenna Power...

  • Page 7: Planning Your Connections

    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual There are two user accessible covers that can be removed (without tools) by gently squeezing the plastic clip. Carefully remove both covers to expose the PC and AV connections. Replace these covers as desired. Planning Your Connections Below is a table of some common configurations that may help you to determine how best to connect your particular devices.

  • Page 8: Antenna Connection, Video Connections

    Antenna Connection This LCD-TV has a built-in cable-ready NTSC tuner for analog cable and NTSC broadcast singnals. You may choose to connect the analog cable or TV antenna wire (not included) directly to this LCD-TV antenna input. Tuner Video Connections There are four types of video inputs: HDTV (480p, 1080i, 720p only), YCbCr (480i only), S-Video and Video.

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    The VGA input is an analog RGB interface with separate H & V sync signals. VGA is more commonly found on computers. Attach the LCD-TV to your computer using the included (blue color-coded) VGA cable. The PC audio cable is not included and must be purchased separately.

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    The subwoofer output is used to attach an external powered subwoofer. Remember to enable this feature from the Audio Menu of the LCD-TV. When the subwoofer software command is set to On, an internal crossover cuts off the low frequency signal to the built-in speakers.

  • Page 11: Power Connection, Using The Remote

    Power Connection Attach the AC power cord to the LCD-TV and plug into an appropriate wall outlet. When the TV is first plugged in, you may have to wait several seconds for the ready indicator to glow red. This is normal.

  • Page 12: Programming Tv Channels, Enjoying Wide-format Movies

    Programming TV Channels This TV will search out TV channels for you. Use the following instructions to program your own list of preferred channels: 1. Press the MENU button at the center of the remote. 2. Use the arrow keys to switch to the "TV" menu.

  • Page 13: Picture-in-picture

    This LCD-TV has no such problem with burn-in. WIDE to expand letterbox content to occupy more of the screen. Occasionally, you may find a TV program or older DVD movie that is actually presented as letterbox format within an NTSC signal.

  • Page 14: Reference Guide, Connector Descriptions

    Connector Descriptions There are 4 sets of color-coded connectors on the rear of the LCD-TV: Power; PC inputs and audio outputs; video inputs; and antenna input. The power and antenna inputs are located along the lower rear-edge of the LCD-TV. The PC and video connections are located behind two covers on the rear of the LCD-TV.

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    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Video Connectors HDTV Input (480p, 1080i, 720p only) Right audio Left audio Component Input (480i only) Right audio Left audio S-Video Input Right audio Left audio Video Input Right audio Left audio Power Connector Power Input...

  • Page 16: Push-button Control Descriptions

    SOURCE 30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Description Use this button to switch the LCD-TV between on and standby modes. The power indicator will glow green when the power is on. The power indicator will glow red when the LCD-TV is in standby.

  • Page 17: Remote Control Description

    The index number corresponds to the callout number for each button depicted in the illustration. Index Power & Mute Buttons Use this button to switch the LCD-TV between on and standby modes. The power indicator will glow green when the power is on. POWER The power indicator will glow red when the LCD-TV is in standby.

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    Index 30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Picture-in- Picture Buttons Use this button to activate and adjust Picture-in-Picture features in conjunction with POSITION, OFF, SWAP, LAYOUT and CH Use the four arrow keys ( focus for audio and direct channel changes.

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    FREEZE This may be useful in making fine color adjustments. The SLEEP feature is used to automatically shut off this LCD-TV after a preset period of time has passed. Press the SLEEP button repeatedly to select 0, 30, 60, SLEEP 90 or 120 minutes.

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    Index 30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Volume & Channel Control Buttons ENTER Press these buttons to navigate through the options and confirm your choice. Use VOL+ and VOL- keys to adjust the audio louder VOL+- and quieter. Use the CH backwards between pre-programmed TV channels.

  • Page 21: Menu Items

    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Menu Items 1. User may select the most suitable mode by pressing the source buttons (TV, S-VIDEO, AV, PC, DVI, SCART, HDTV, YCbCr) on the remote control. After detecting the source, the LCD will show the selected system mode on the right bottom of the screen.

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    Parent change norating rating set tvchannelblocking movie b locking language Setting osd timeout factoryreset The OSD menu varies withthe modes and regions. 30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Range 0~100 AV/Scart/TV/S-Video/YCbCr/HDTV/PC/DVI 0~100 AV/Scart/TV/S-Video/YCbCr/HDTV/PC/DVI 0~100 AV/Scart/TV/S-Video/YCbCr/HDTV 0~100 AV/Scart/TV/S-Video/YCbCr/HDTV 0~100 AV/Scart/TV/S-Video/YCbCr sharpest/sharp/normal/soft/softest...

  • Page 23: Picture

    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Picture (For AV/SCART/S-VIDEO/ YCbCr/TV Mode) ( ) For HDTV ( ) For PC ( ) For DVI 1. To call the main menu, press the MENU button on the remote control. 2. Navigate through the Picture options by using the or button.

  • Page 24: Advance

    Panoramic: fill t he screen with the sizeof 4:3 by means o f n on-linearity modification. If theonscreen text is incomplete, adjust the imagesizeuntil the text is fully displayed. 30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual 1. To call the main menu, press the MENU button on the remotecontrol.

  • Page 25: Audio

    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Audio Option Description Stereo Channel Press the Stereo SAP1 SAP2 Mono If thereceivedsignal doesnot include a usablesecond language, broadcast willstay in stereomode. Press the Volume Press the Treble Press the Bass Press the Balance Subwoofer Press the O N o r OFF buttonto turnonor offsubwoofer.

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    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual 1. To call the main m enu, press the MENU button on the remote control. 2. Navigate through the TV options byusingthe or button. 3. To select the option you want to adjust, press the button onthe remote control.

  • Page 27: Parent

    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Parent 1. To callthemainmenu,press the MENU button on the remote control. 2. Navigate throughthePARENToptions by usingthe or button. 3. Press the button and key in default password to get parent menu. To select the option you want toadjust, press the button on the remote control.

  • Page 28: Setting

    Setting Option Language OSD timeout Factory reset 30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual 1. To callthemainmenu,press the MENU button on the remote control. 2. NavigatethroughtheSettings options by u singthe or button. 3. To selecttheoptionyouwanttoadjust,pressthe button on the remotecontrol. 4. To enter the submenu and adjust the settings wherein, pressthe 5.

  • Page 29: Appendices, Trouble-shooting

    Q: Do LCD's have a burn-in problem? A: No. Unlike CRT and plasma TV's, liquid crystal displays (LCD) do not use phosphor and thus have no problems with a still image becoming permanently stored on the screen. Q: Can I use a...

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    A: Many homes split a signal from their antenna or cable many times. The number of splitters and the quality of the connectors on the 75ohm cable will visibly affect TV reception. Computers, microwave ovens and other electronic devices emit electronic noise. Identify the interfering device by shutting it off and try relocating the interfering device away from your LCD-TV.

  • Page 31: Specifications

    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual Specifications Active Refresh Range Rate 640 x 350 31.5 640 x 480 31.469 37.861 37.5 43.269 720 x 400 31.46 800 x 600 35.156 SVGA 37.879 48.077 46.875 53.674 1024 x 768 48.363 56.476 60.023 68.677...

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    Safety/ EMC Accessories Other Package Size Net Weight/ GrossWeight PowerSource Operative temperature Items with " "markareoptions. 30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual 643.2(H) X 385.92(V)mm(diagonal29.54inches) 15:9WIDE 0.1675(H) X R.G.B. X 0.5025(V)mm 1280(H)X R.G.B. X 768(V) 500cd/m (Typical) 500:1(Typical) 16ms Typical 170Degree(Horizontal/Vertical)

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    LCD surface, speakers or enclosure. B. Remove the TV stand by unscrewing the 6 screws attaching the base from the LCD-TV as shown in figure B. Save the 6 screws and stand in a safe place.

  • Page 34: Important Safety Instructions

    To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. Do no place your LCD-TV near water. Exposing the apparatus to rain, water, moisture or sunlight can severely damage it. Clean only with a soft dry cloth.

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    30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual 1) Read these instructions. 2) Keep these instructions. 3) Heed all warnings. 4) Follow all instructions. 5) Do not use this apparatus near water. 6) Cleanonly with dry cloth. 7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install inaccordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

  • Page 36: Fcc Statement

    Caution: To comply with the limits for an FCC Class B computing device, always use the signal cord and power cord supplied with this unit. The Federal Communications Commission warns that changes or modifications to the unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. 30" Wide-Format LCD-TV User Manual...

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