Menus and Features
Make sure the remote is in the right mode. For example, once you
turn on the VCR with the VCR1 button, you can't SWAP the pictures
until you put the remote in TV mode. Just press the TV button.
No signal or bad reception? Most VCRs and satellite receivers have
an antenna or TV button. If your cable or off-air antenna goes into
your VCR or satellite receiver, then into your monitor, try pressing
the antenna or TV button on the front of the component.
Tip: If programmed to control your VCR, the ANTENNA button on
the remote acts as a TV/VCR button.
Check the connections. PIP requires a second video source, like a
VCR or satellite receiver, connected to your monitor with audio/
video cables. If you use a cable box, you may need extra equipment.
Contact your cable company for more information.
PIP is unavailable on the VGA inputs.
Using The Autotuning Feature
The Autotuning feature automatically tunes the monitor to the correct
channel for different components you have connected to your monitor
(like a VCR, DVD player, etc.). When you set up Autotuning in the menu
system you don't have to remember to change your monitor to
channel 3, for example, when you want to watch the tape in your VCR.
How to Set Up the Autotuning Feature
The way you set up the Autotuning feature in the monitor's menu
corresponds to the component buttons on the remote and the way you
have each component connected to your monitor. When you set
Autotuning, you're telling the monitor what channel to tune to when
you press the VCR1, VCR2, DVD, or SAT•CABLE button on the remote
Highlight Channel and press OK on your remote control.
Highlight Autotuning and press OK.
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
To see a different picture in the PIP
window, you must connect another
video source, like a VCR. This connection
requires audio/video cables.