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Honeywell Avanza SE.40B1
LED LCD FULL HD TV - User Manual
Model Number: SE.40B1


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  • Page 1 Honeywell Avanza SE.40B1 LED LCD FULL HD TV - User Manual Model Number: SE.40B1...
  • Page 2 FOR YOUR RECORD The model and serial numbers are located either at the side of your carton or the rear of the TV. Please fill in the information in the spaces below. Your customer service representative will request this information whenever you call regarding this Model: Serial Number: COMPLIANCE WITH FCC REGULATIONS...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Using Others Menu ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Technical Specifications TROUBLESHOOTING Troubleshooting © Copyright 2012 Sonitronix Corporation The Honeywell Trademark is used under license from Honeywell International Inc. Honeywell International Inc. makes no representations or warranties with respect to this product. SE.40B1 User Manual...
  • Page 4: Unpacking

    UNPACKING Congratulations on purchasing your Honeywell Avanza™ Television. To en- joy the full experience of your Honeywell Avanza™ TV, please make sure you have access to HD programming. Carefully remove your new TV and all other items from the box.
  • Page 5: Wall Mounting Your Hdtv

    WALL MOUNTING YOUR HDTV Mounting the TV to a wall creates a new experience in the enjoyment of a flat panel HDTV. As this process may require electrical and signal connections to be altered, we encourage you to hire or consult with a trained professional.
  • Page 6: Remote Control

    REMOTE CONTROL 1. Press the release and lift the cover up to open the battery compartment. Insert two AAA batteries (included), being careful to match the correct polarity (+ with +) and (- with -). 2. Replace the cover by sliding the compartment until you hear an audible click.
  • Page 7: Remote Control Functions

    REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS BASIC BUTTON FUNCTIONS 1. POWER: Turns the TV on or off. 2. MUTE: Turns the audio on or off. 3. Numeric Keypad: Select individual channels using the 0-9 buttons while on the TV source. 4. Previous Channel: Returns to the previous channel.
  • Page 8: Tv Controls

    TV CONTROLS ITEM DESCRIPTION FUNCTION Power Turns the TV on or off VOL+/VOL- Adjusts volume level up and down CH+/CH- Changes the channel up and down MENU Displays on-screen menu INPUT Changes the input source Power Light LED indicator for power (red and green) Remote Sensor IR Receiver for the remote control SE.40B1 User Manual...
  • Page 9: Rear Panel Connections

    REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS ITEM DESCRIPTION FUNCTION Output your Audio Signal to any speaker Audio Output source (i.e. Honeywell Soundbar) Analog input for video sources. Analog audio AV Input input for either (component) YPbPr or (composite) video inputs. Provides High Definition connectivity from Component Inputs analog video sources.
  • Page 10: Connecting An Hdmi Device

    CONNECTING AN HDMI DEVICE HDMI BLU-RAY™ PLAYER CABLE/SATELLITE BOX BLU-RAY™ PLAYER To connect your Blu-Ray Player to your TV using an HDMI cable, please follow these steps: 1. Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI output of your Blu-Ray Player. Connect the other end of the cable to the HDMI1 input (or any available HDMI input) on the rear of your TV.
  • Page 11: Connecting A Component Device

    CONNECTING A COMPONENT DEVICE COMPONENT (YPbPr) BLU-RAY PLAYER CABLE/SATELLITE BOX Audio Video DVD PLAYER To connect a device such as a DVD Player to your TV using Component cables, please follow these steps: 1. Turn off the power to your TV and your DVD player. 2.
  • Page 12 CONNECTION DIAGRAM SE.40B1 User Manual...
  • Page 13: Basic Operation

    BASIC OPERATION Please make sure all necessary devices and cables are connected before turning on the power. POWERING ON AND OFF Press the power button to turn on your TV. The LED indicator will turn green when the power is on and red when your TV is off. To turn your TV off, press the power button again.
  • Page 14 SIGNAL TYPE Depending on the equipment you have attached, select either Cable (with or without a Cable Satellite box) or Air (Antenna). AUTO CHANNEL SEARCH Press Enter on your remote to begin scanning for available channels in your area. This may take several minutes. SELECTING CHANNELS While in TV mode, the following can be used to select and navigate channels:...
  • Page 15: Using The Menu

    ON SCREEN MENU USING THE MENU To display the on-screen menu press the MENU button on your remote. To navigate through the categories, use the left and right arrow buttons. Once you have highlighted the desired category, press the ENTER button to enter the corresponding sub-menu.
  • Page 16: Picture Settings

    PICTURE SETTINGS PICTURE SETTINGS There are five available picture settings: Power Saving, Movie, User, Dynamic, and Standard. Power Saving, Movie, Dynamic, and Standard settings are preset for quick accessibility. In the User mode, adjustments can be made to the Brightness, Contrast, Tint, Color, and Sharpness settings using the left and right arrow buttons.
  • Page 17: Color Temperature

    COLOR TEMPERATURE COLOR TEMPERATURE The Color Temperature feature changes the “warmness” and “coolness” of the white areas in your picture. There are three preset modes: Warm, Cool, and Normal. Adjust to you lighting environment and preference. To change the Color Temperature, highlight the Color Temperature in the PICTURE MENU using the navigation arrows on your remote.
  • Page 18: Advanced Picture Settings

    ADVANCED PICTURE SETTINGS DYNAMIC CONTRAST Dynamic contrast can be used to increase the details of dark images. This not only adjusts the static contrast of the display but also dynamically changes the contrast depending on the image content. Available settings are: Off, Low, Med, High.
  • Page 19: Using Sound Menu

    USING SOUND MENU In the SOUND Menu, adjustments can be made to further enhance the audio settings of your HDTV. To navigate through the menu, use the up and down arrows. To select the submenu, press the ENTER button on your remote.
  • Page 20: Digital Audio Output

    SURROUND MODE SURROUND MODE To turn on the simulated surround mode, press the ENTER button on your remote to check mark the Surround Mode box. Once the box is check marked, the simulated Surround Mode feature will be turned on. AUTO VOLUME LEVELING The ‘Auto Volume Leveling’...
  • Page 21: Equalizer Settings

    EQUALIZER SETTINGS EQUALIZER There are five equalizer settings modes: Pop, User, Rock, Jazz, and Off. Each different mode highlights customized frequencies to create a unique listening experience. For more advanced users, the equalizer setting’s frequencies can be cus- tomized in the ‘User’ mode. The frequency range is from 100Hz - 10kHz where values above 0 will boost the frequency and values below 0 will reduce the frequency.
  • Page 22: Using Channel Menu

    USING CHANNEL MENU In the CHANNEL Menu you will find access to your Channel List and Fa- vorite List. Channel scanning can also be conducted through this menu. CHANNEL LIST Once you have scanned for your local channels, those channels will now appear in your Channel List and can be selected by using the up and down arrows on your remote.
  • Page 23: Channel Settings

    NOTE: Channel and Favorite Lists are available via the TV’s remote control only for channels found after performing a channel scan. These features may be available from your cable or satellite provider. Please contact your provider for information. ADDING AND REMOVING FROM YOUR FAVORITE LIST - To add channels to your Favorite List, use the ADD/ERASE button on your remote.
  • Page 24: Signal Type

    FAVORITE CHANNEL To add the current channel to your Favorite List, press the ENTER but- ton to select the check mark in the box. You can now access this channel through your Favorite List. LABEL Each channel carries a seven character label that is defaulted to the station ID.
  • Page 25: Scanning For Channels

    SCANNING FOR CHANNELS AUTO CHANNEL SEARCH To automatically scan for TV channels that are available in your area, begin by entering the Channel Menu. 1. Select your appropriate Signal Type dependent on what is connected to your Antenna/Cable Input. A. Air for devices such as a Digital Antenna B.
  • Page 26: Using Parental Control

    USING PARENTAL CONTROL USING PARENTAL CONTROL If you would like to restrict certain channels, programs, or sources, you can accomplish this by turning on the Parental Control feature. Once Parental Control is enabled, selected programs, movies, channels and/or sources will only be available by an authorized password that you set. To select the Parental Control options, enter the set password.
  • Page 27 US TV-RATING Press the ENTER button on your remote to lock (block) or unlock (allow) television shows according to the following US TV Ratings: TV-Y - All children TV-Y7 - Older children TV-G - General audience TV-PG - Parental Guidance Suggested TV-14 - Ages 14 or over TV-MA - Mature audience Restrictions can also be made according to US TV Program Ratings:...
  • Page 28: Change Password

    CANADIAN FRENCH RATING Press the ENTER button on your remote to block or allow programs by the following Canadian English Ratings: G - General Audience 8 ans+ - General - not recommended for young children 13 ans+ - Not suitable for children under 13 years of age 16 ans+ - Not suitable for under 16 years of age 18 ans+ - Adult programming BLOCK UNRATED SHOW...
  • Page 29: Using Setup Menu

    USING SETUP MENU The following can be accessed in the Setup Menu: CLOSED CAPTION Closed Caption can be turned on and off through this submenu. Changes can also be made to the text size and styles. MENU LANGUAGE There are three available languages: English, Spanish, and French. CLOCK Auto Clock will automatically set the time according to your DTV time.
  • Page 30: Using Others Menu

    USING OTHERS MENU The following can be accessed in the Others Menu: BLUE BACKGROUND Turns on and off blue background on TV mode. This TV is designed to allow the user to have better control of advanced power management options, while also providing the opportunity to improve energy savings.
  • Page 31 When choosing this option, you will need to select how long you prefer the TV to remain on after you power down the host device (60, 120, or 300 seconds). This is for your convenience as you may inadvertently turn off the host device, or you may wish to keep the TV on for example, when rebooting a computer.
  • Page 32: Technical Specifications

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS SE.40B1 ITEM Screen Size 40” Diagonal Resolution 1920 x 1080 Pixel Pitch .461225 x .15375 (H x V) Brightness 400 cd/m² Dynamic Contrast Ratio 100,000:1 Response Time 6.5ms Colors 16.7M Connectors USB Inputs HDMI Inputs PC Audio Input PC Video (VGA) Component Inputs (YPbPr) Antenna/Cable Input...
  • Page 33: Troubleshooting

    Please try moving your TV to another location. - Your Honeywell TV is manufactured to the highest The TV has dark or possible level of precision, however, sometimes colored pixels (dots) some pixels may not display.
  • Page 34 Behind every Honeywell Consumer Electronic Product is a network of qualified service professionals able to provide factory certified service, and knowledgeable customer service representatives waiting to answer your products questions. Product questions? Contact customer service at Or call us Toll Free: (888)441-0121 Monday - Friday: 9AM - 7PM EST Saturday &...

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