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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CONTENTS Important Safety Instructions Safety Information Preparation What is Included Front View Rear View Installing the base stand Installing a wall-mount bracket Remote Control Connecting External Devices Customizing TV Settings Initial Setup Navigating the Onscreen Display Selecting Input Source Picture Settings Audio Settings Time Settings...

  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS • Read these instructions – All the safety and operating instructions should be read before this product is operated. • Keep these instructions – The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. • Heed all warnings – All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. • Follow all instructions –...

  • Page 4: Safety Information

    SAFETY INFORMATION SAFETY INFORMATION To ensure reliable and safe operation of this equipment, please read carefully all the instructions in this user guide, especially the safety information below. Electrical Safety • The TV set should only be connected to a main power supply with voltage that matches the label at the rear of the product.

  • Page 5: Preparation, What Is Included

    PREPARATION PREPARATION What is Included TV Set Remote Control with Batteries Base Stand Four Screws Quick User Manual Start Guide Quick Start Guide User Manual with Warranty Card...

  • Page 6: Front View

    PREPARATION Front View 1. VOL +/- Press to adjust the volume. 2. CH Press to select a channel. 3. MENU Display the OSD (on screen display) menu. 4. SOURCE Press to select among different input signal sources. 5. POWER Switch the TV between On / Standby mode. 6.

  • Page 7: Rear View

    PREPARATION Rear View 1. Power Cord 8. COMPONENT Input Connect to AC power outlet. Connect to AV devices with component 2. SERVICE ONLY (Y/Pb/Pr) video and audio output sockets. For Service Only. COMPONENT&VIDEO share with AUDIO 3. HDMI Inputs IN(L/R). 9. AV Input Connect to a High-Definition (HD) signal output device. Connect to the composite VIDEO and 4.

  • Page 8

    PREPARATION Installing the Stand • 1. Lay the TV face-down on a flat, cushioned surface to avoid the screen from damage or scratches. • 2. Untighten the 6PCS screws holding the Base Support and remove them. Fix the Base Support to the Base Stand using 4PCS screws.

  • Page 9: Remote Control

    PREPARATION Remote Control : Switch the TV between on and standby mode : Mute and restore your TV sound 3. 0~9: Select a program (ATV/DTV mode) : Enter multiple program channel number such as 2-1 : Return to previous viewing channel 6. P.MODE: Select picture mode: dynamic/ movie/energy saving/user/standard 7. S.MODE: Select sound mode: standard/ music/movie/user 8.

  • Page 10: Connecting External Devices

    CONNECTING EXTERNAL DEVICES CONNECTING EXTERNAL DEVICES HDMI Device RF Cable Digital Audio System (not included) Coaxial Cable (not included) Audio Cable HDMI Cable (not included) (not included) 3.5mm Audio Cable (not included) AV Cable VGA Cable Component Cable (not included) (not included) (not included) Blu-ray Player / Recorder Computer Video Camera Game Console Satellite Antenna Cable...

  • Page 11: Customizing Tv Settings, Initial Setup

    CUSTOMIZING TV SETTINGS CUSTOMIZING TV SETTINGS Initial Setup • Connect the power cord to the power socket after you have completed all the physical connections. At this stage, the TV will enter Standby Mode and the red LED indicator will illuminate. • In Standby Mode, press the button on the main unit or on the remote control to turn the TV on. The red LED indicator will turn blue. • The first time you turn the TV on;...

  • Page 12: Navigating The Onscreen Display

    CUSTOMIZING TV SETTINGS • If channels cannot be found, this frame will be displayed automatically. Navigating the On-screen Display • Press the MENU button to display the main menu. • Use buttons to navigate and select the available menus.

  • Page 13: Selecting Input Source, Picture Settings

    CUSTOMIZING TV SETTINGS Selecting Input Source • Press the SOURCE button on the main unit or on the remote control to display the Input Source list. • Press buttons to select your desired input source among: TV/AV/ Component/HDMI1/HDMI2/HDMI3/ VGA and then press OK button to confirm.

  • Page 14: Audio Settings

    CUSTOMIZING TV SETTINGS Audio Settings • Press the MENU button on the main unit or on the remote control and then press buttons to select AUDIO menu. • Press buttons to select the following audio options and then press the button to adjust each option’s setting.

  • Page 15: Time Settings

    CUSTOMIZING TV SETTINGS Time Settings • Press the MENU button on the main unit or on the remote control and then press buttons to select TIME menu. • Press buttons to select the following time options and then press button to adjust each option’s setting.

  • Page 16

    CUSTOMIZING TV SETTINGS Setup • Press the MENU button on the main unit or on the remote control and then press buttons to select SETUP menu. • Press buttons to select the following setup options and then press the button to adjust each option’s setting.

  • Page 17: Lock Settings

    CUSTOMIZING TV SETTINGS Lock Settings • Press the MENU button on the main unit or on the remote control and then press buttons to select LOCK menu. • Use the 0-9 buttons to input 4-digit password to enter the LOCK menu. • Press buttons to select the following options and then press the buttons to adjust each option’s...

  • Page 18: Channel Settings

    CUSTOMIZING TV SETTINGS Channel Settings • Press the MENU button on the main unit or on the remote control and then press buttons to select CHANNEL menu. • Press buttons to select the following channel options and then press the button to adjust each option’s setting.

  • Page 19: Parental Control

    PARENTAL CONTROL PARENTAL CONTROL Press the MENU button on the main unit or on the remote control and then press buttons to select LOCK menu. Use the 0-9 buttons to input 4-digit password to enter the LOCK menu. If used, this option feature can "block'' undesirable programming from appearing on the TV.

  • Page 20

    PARENTAL CONTROL • Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) Rating System Grade Meaning General Audiences Content not offensive to most viewers. Parental Guidance Content is such that parents may not want their Suggested children to view the program. Program is inappropriate for preteens, with a greater Parents Strongly PG-13 degree of offensive material suggested than a PG...

  • Page 21: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING If your TV does not operate normally or cannot be turned on, please check the following troubleshooting questions. Remember also to check any other connected electronic device, such as DVD or blu-ray player to pinpoint the problem. If the TV still fails to operate normally, please contact technical support. The TV does not operate properly The TV does not respond • The TV may freeze up during use.

  • Page 22

    TROUBLESHOOTING The audio function does not work • Press the VOL +/- buttons. • Sound muted? Press the MUTE button. Picture OK but no sound • Try another channel. The problem may be caused by the broadcaster. No output from one of the • Adjust the Balance settings in the AUDIO menu. speakers • A change in ambient humidity or temperature may result in Unusual sound from...

  • Page 23

    SPECIFICATION SPECIFICATION Panel Size 60 inch diagonally Display Type Panel Technology Panel 60 Hz Vs. 120 Hz 120 Hz Display Resolution 1080P HD Compatible Up to 1080P Panel Resolution 1920 x 1080 Aspect Ratio 16:9 Dynamic Contrast Ratio-Panel 3500~5000:1 Brightness (Centre Typ.) Cd/M² Response Time (G To G) 4 ms Lamp Life (Typ. Hours)

  • Page 24: Limited Warranty

    PARTS AND LABOR : For a period of one (1) year from date of original consumer purchase, if this Product or any functional part is determined by SEIKI, or a SEIKI authorized service provider, to be defective, SEIKI will (i) supply, at no charge to the original consumer, new or rebuilt replacement functional parts in exchange for defective functional parts, and/or (ii) repair or replace the Product, with new or re-certified product of similar or better quality, at SEIKI’s option, at no charge to the...

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