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Sanyo CA14SE1(V) Instruction Manual

Multi system catv hyper band 256 programmes with automatic tuning
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Colour Television
Multi System
CATV Hyper Band
256 Programmes with Automatic Tuning
CA14SE1M
CP14SE1M
CA14SE1K
CP14SE1K
CA14SE1(V)
CP14SE1(V)
CA21CF1(V)
CP21CF1(V)
CA21CF1M
CP21CF1M
CA21SE1M
CP21SE1M
CA21SE1K
CP21SE1K
CA21SE1(V)
CP21SE1(V)
CA21VF1
CP21VF1
CA21VF1K
CP21VF1K

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  • Page 1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL Colour Television Multi System CATV Hyper Band 256 Programmes with Automatic Tuning CA14SE1M CP14SE1M CA14SE1K CP14SE1K CA14SE1(V) CP14SE1(V) CA21CF1(V) CP21CF1(V) CA21CF1M CP21CF1M CA21SE1M CP21SE1M CA21SE1K CP21SE1K CA21SE1(V) CP21SE1(V) CA21VF1 CP21VF1 CA21VF1K CP21VF1K...
  • Page 2: Warnings And Cautions

    nings and Cautions nings and Cautions Warning High voltages are used in the operation of this television receiver. Do not remove the cabinet back from your set. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Do not drop or push objects into the television cabinet slots or openings. Never spill any kind of liquid on the television receiver.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Warnings and Cautions ....2 Contents ......3 Plug &...
  • Page 4: Front Control

    ont Contr ont Contr Model CA14SE1(V), CP14SE1(V), CA21SE1(V), CP21SE1(V), CA21VF1, CP21VF1, CA21VF1K, CP21VF1K VI DE O Video Input Jack (AV2) Audio Input Jack-Left (AV2) Audio Input Jack-Right (AV2) TV/AV Selector Model CA21CF1(V), CP21CF1(V) Video Input Jack (AV2) Audio Input Jack-Left (AV2) Audio Input Jack-Right (AV2) TV/AV Selector Each button listed in this section has the same function as it’s corre-...
  • Page 5 ont Contr ont Contr Monaural Model Model CA14SE1M, CP14SE1M, CA14SE1K, CP14SE1K, CA21SE1M, CP21SE1M, CA21SE1K, CP21SE1K VI DE O Video Input Jack (AV2) Audio Input Jack (AV2) TV/AV Selector Model CA21CF1M, CP21CF1M Video Input Jack (AV2) Audio Input Jack (AV2) TV/AV Selector Each button listed in this section has the same function as it’s corre- sponding button on the remote control.
  • Page 6: Remote Control Transmitter

    Remote Contr ol T Remote Contr ol T TV / AV Selector button RECALL/COLOUR SYSTEM button Programme Selector button DIGIT button SWAP button VOLUME - button STEREO/MONO button (This button is not used) Programme DOWN button BASS EXPANDER button SOUND MODE button For monaural models this button is not used.
  • Page 7: General Operation

    General Operation General Operation Remote Control Operation Standby/Power-on To switch the TV on and off. For shutting off a power supply completely, Press the Mains ON/OFF button on the front control of TV set. Sound mute To switch the sound from the speakers. The sound changes as follows; normal -> mute ( -/- - Timer TIMER...
  • Page 8: Off Timer

    General Operation /Colour and Sound System General Operation /Colour and Sound System OFF TIMER The OFF TIMER will switch off the TV automatical- ly after 30 minutes, 1 hour, 1 hour and 30 minutes, or 2 hours. Press the TIMER button. Press the VOLUME ( + or - ) button to select the time period.
  • Page 9: Picture Adjustment

    Colour and Sound System / Colour and Sound System / 1) Select “SIF” with the Programme UP or DOWN button in the Semi-auto or Manual Tuning mode. Then press the VOLUME (+ or -) button to select a optimum sound system. (Semi-Auto or Manual Tuning mode ) MODE SEMI...
  • Page 10: Audio Adjustment

    Pictur e Adjustment / Audio Adjustment Pictur e Adjustment / Audio Adjustment Basic Picture Adjustment Operation Press the MENU button for MAIN menu display. PICTURE AUDIO PRESET LANGUAGE SELECT ENTER EXIT When “PICTURE” is not selected, select “PICTURE” with the Programme UP or DOWN button.
  • Page 11: Tuning Of The Channels

    uning of the Channels uning of the Channels Up to 256 broadcast stations in your reception area can be stored in the electronic memory. There are three ways of tuning as follows; 1. Automatic Tuning (the basic way): All receivable channels are automatically tuned in and memorized in consecutive programme position.
  • Page 12: Channel Copy

    uning of the Channels uning of the Channels Channel Copy This function can be utilized after Automatic Tuning. For example, to copy a TV channel on pro- gramme position “2” onto programme position “6”; Select programme position “2” . Enter to SEMI-AUTO or MANUAL tuning mode.
  • Page 13: Setting Of The Private Position

    uning of the Channels / Setting of the Private Position uning of the Channels / Select “SKIP” by pressing the Programme UP or DOWN button,then VOLUME + or - button to set SKIP to ON. To cancel Skip Channel function, set to OFF. MODE SEMI SEARCH...
  • Page 14: Setting Of The Osd Language

    Setting of the OSD Language / Connecting Other Equipment Setting of the OSD Language / Connecting Other Equipment Press the MENU button for MAIN menu dis- play. PICTURE AUDIO PRESET LANGUAGE Select “LANGUAGE “ by pressing the pro- gramme UP or DOWN button. PICTURE AUDIO PRESET...
  • Page 15: Selecting The Colour System In Av Mode

    Connecting Other Equipment Connecting Other Equipment When watching a video program input from the AV1 terminal, press the TV/AV button to select AV1. Whenever the TV/AV button is pressed, the mode will change as follows: TV mode You can select a TV programme while watching a playback from a VCR For example: To select programme position “9”...
  • Page 16: Connection To The Front Av2 Input Jacks

    Connecting Other Equipment Connecting Other Equipment Connecting to the Front AV2 Input Jacks Note: For monaural model TV there is no L/R audio input terminals. If the video player is stereo, connect the Left (L) audio output terminal from video player to audio input terminal on the monaural TV set (more details see your video player manual book).
  • Page 17: Aerial Connection

    Aerial Connection / Car Aerial Connection / Car Aerial Connection Aerial Connection Connecting Outdoor Aerial Connect the cable with a plug from a UHF (or VHF) aerial to the aerial socket on the cabinet back. Outdoor Aerial Aerial Socket For all aerial circuit problems please consult your local dealer. e and Cleaning e and Cleaning The surface of the cabinet can be damaged if not properly maintained.
  • Page 18: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Power Source AC127-240 Volts, 50/60Hz Colour System PAL/SECAM/NTSC4.43/NTSC/PAL-60Hz Sound System B/G, I, D/KK’, M/M Channel Coverage VHF: E2-E12, R1-R12, K1-K9, J1-J12, A2-A13 // 0-11, 5A (AUS), 1-11 (NZ) UHF: 21-69, A14-A69, J13-J62 // 28-69 (AUS) CATV: S1-S41, X, Y, Z, Z+1, Z+2 Audio output (RMS) Model: CA14SE1(V), CP14SE1(V), CA21SE1(V), CP21SE1(V) Model: CA14SE1M, CP14SE1M, CA14SE1K, CP14SE1K, CA21SE1M,...
  • Page 19: Hints-Problems/Solutions

    Helpful Hints - Pr Helpful Hints - Pr Before requesting service check the following chart. Problem: Check these Conditions / Try these solutions: No picture, Check if TV is plugged in. no sound Try a different channel, if OK, probably station trouble. Adjust Brightness or Contrast control.
  • Page 20 Part No. 1AA6P1P5434-D C8WE-D (AC7-A) SANYO ELECTRIC Co., Ltd.