NEC PF-51V21 Instructions Manual

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Thank you for your purchasing this NEC colour television.
To ensure your complete understanding, please read this manual thoroughly
before operation.
1. Specifications ..........................
2. Important safeguard .................
4. Control Panel ...........................
1 Specification
Television RF system
Colour System
Channel and frequencies
Power input
Power consumption
Screen size
(measured diagonally)
Audio output
External input/output
Dimensions (WxHxD)
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
B, G
PAL, NTSC 3.58/4.43(AV input only)
VHF Low channel (VL)
VHF high channel (VH) =175.25 to 463.25 MHz
UHF channel U)
AC 240V, 50/60 Hz
Maximum 115W
Picture tube 55 cm
Visible area 51 cm
5 W + 5 W (Rated output)
(5 cm x 9 cm ) oval x 2
VIDEO inputs (RCA) at rear and front left
AUDIO L/R inputs (RCA) at rear and front left
S-Video input at rear
VIDEO output (RCA) at rear
AUDIO L/R output (RCA) at rear
Headphone jack: mini jack (dia 3.5mm) at front left
585 x 520 x 465
24.1 kg
Remote control unit: RE-001 x 1
6. Control Your TV .....................
7. Tuning Procedure..................
8. Menu Operation ....................
9. Trouble Shooting ..................
=46.25 to 168.25 MHz
=471.25 to 863.25 MHz
AAA/ R03 /UM-4 dry battery x 2
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    COLOUR TELEVISION INSTRUCTIONS Thank you for your purchasing this NEC colour television. To ensure your complete understanding, please read this manual thoroughly before operation. 1. Specifications ………………….…. 2. Important safeguard …………..… 3. Television Installation ………..….. 4. Control Panel ……………….…….. 5. Remote Control Hand Unit …..
  • Page 2: Important Safeguard

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS Warning: To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this TV set to rain or moisture. LOCATION Place the TV set on a flat, level surface and in a dry area free from dust and moisture. Do not place the unit in direct sunlight, or where it would be affected by smoke, steam, vibration or heat from heat radiating appliances.
  • Page 3: Television Installation

    Television Installation 1. Use 75 Ω coaxial cable plug or 300-75 Ω impedance converter to plug in antenna input terminal on the rear of the cabinet. 2. Connect the video facility to the audio, video in jack on the rear of the cabinet. Audio out (VCR)...
  • Page 4: Control Panel

    Control Panel Front Controls Audio 2 (Left) Input Audio 2 (Right) Input Video 2 Input Earphone jack NOTE: When plug in to this earphone jack, sound from speakers would not be muted. Volume conontrol for the earphone can be VOLUME UP/DOWN done independently.
  • Page 5: Remote Control Hand Unit

    Remote Control Hand Unit Please refer indicated pages. TV/AV Select (Ref; P7) Sound Volume Up/Down (Ref; P6) Call (Ref.P7) Direct Access Numeric Keys (Ref.P6) Surround Sound Effect (Ref.P8) TV/AV MENU CALL LOCK SLEEP SCAN ZOOM - / -- ♪ | ♪| RE-001 5...
  • Page 6: Control Your Tv

    CONTROL YOUR TV 6-1 MAIN Power ON/OFF ※ This switch will turn the television ON/OFF totally. With Mains status On, you can also turn off using Remote Control Hand Set. This status is called Stand-By mode. In this mode; ※ You can also turn ON the TV by pushing the Channel Up/Down keys on the front controls. ※...
  • Page 7 MUTE By pushing this key, sound output will be muted. Push [MUTE] again, or Volume Up/Down, and sound Volume will return. TV/AV Selection You can select your video source by the [TV/AV] key. TV/AV TV/AV QUICK VIEW TV Mode: Channel will quickly return to the previous Channel being watched.
  • Page 8 6-11 Picture EFFECT By repeatedly pushing this key, picture effects will change as follows. STANDARD RICH TINT setting is not included. ※ Personal is the last setting made by you. 6-12 SOUND EFFECT | ♪| By repeatedly pushing this key, sound effects will change as follows: PERSONAL ROCK...
  • Page 9: Tuning Procedure

    Tuning procedure 7-1 Auto Search Function: Automatic Search and Memory (ASM) is available for program installation from .Using[MENU]key on the front or [MENU] key on the Remote for ASM. A. Push [MENU] key repeatedly to select “PRESET” B. Push [P+] or [P-] key,to select “ASM” C.
  • Page 10: Menu Operation

    7-5 SKIP Function: Use to “SKIP” Channels. After setting to “ON”, the channel will not be selected by Channel Up/Down keys. A. Push [MENU] key repeatedly to select “PRESET” B. Using [P+] or [P-] key, select “POSITION”. Using [V+] or [V-] key, change POSITION. C.
  • Page 11 AV mode [MENU] key selects as follows: TIME SETUP 8-3 TIME The ON/OFF timer cannot be set unless the clock has already been set.) A. Select “TIME” with the [MENU] key. Using the [P+]/[P-] key, select the item. Using the [P+]/[P-] key, select “CLOCK”, “OFF-TIME” or “ON-TIME”...
  • Page 12: Picture Menu

    8-5 PICTURE MENU Function: Brightness, Contrast, Colour Sharpness, Tint A. By pushing the key, Picture Menu will appear. B. Select each function using the [P+]/[P-] keys. C. Each value can be controlled by the [V+]/[V-] keys. D. Repeat any functions if required. NOTE: TINT control will be appeared only if a NTSC signal is being received.
  • Page 13: Trouble Shooting

    Trouble Shooting Before arranging for service, firstly know the status and then check simply as follows: Problems No picture or sound. Picture is OK, no sound. Remote control doesn’t work. No TV signal. No external video signal. Picture lacks colour or picture too dark.
  • Page 14: Nec Service Centres

    84A Richmond Road, Keswick, 5053. Western Australia Perth 45 Sarich Court, Osborne Park 6017 For Service in outer areas, please contact your NEC retailer for the address of the nearest Authorized NEC Service Centre. NEC Australia Pty. Ltd. ABN 14 004 803 490...

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