Menus and Features
PIP (Picture-in-Picture) Operation
The PIP (picture-in-picture) feature lets you display a second, smaller
picture on top of the main picture. Note that PIP is not available when
you are in VGA mode.
There are four remote buttons that control the way the PIP window
PIP Brings up the PIP window. Press PIP again to remove the window.
Move buttons Let you move the PIP window to different areas of the
SWAP Switches, or "swaps," the video from the PIP window with the
CH CTRL (Channel Control) Lets you switch channel control between
the PIP window and the main picture. To determine whether you are
controlling the PIP or the main picture, bring up the Channel Marker
(detailed on the following page). The yellow channel number is the one
you are controlling.
For instance, press PIP to bring up the PIP window. You can change
channels by entering digits or pressing the channel up or down. When
you press the CH CTRL button, the channel control switches to the main
picture. You can now change channels in the main picture by entering
digits or pressing channel up or down.
Using the PIP feature
Skip to PIP: Channel Surfing in the Main Picture
You can surf through the channels during commercial breaks using the
SKIP and CH (channel) buttons.
Press SKIP to set the commercial skip timer and bring up the PIP
Press the channel up or down buttons on the remote to surf
through the channels in the main picture. When the SKIP feature
times out, the main picture will tune to the original channel
Channel Surfing in the PIP Window
You can use the PIP window to surf through channels as well.
Press PIP to bring up the PIP window.
Press the channel up or down buttons. The monitor begins
displaying each channel in the PIP window. If you see a channel that
interests you, press SWAP.
SWAP CH CTRL
A typical use of SWAP is to scan through
channels in the PIP window, and when
you find a channel you like, press SWAP
to display that channel in the main
picture, sending the current channel to
the PIP window.