CONNECTING A VCR OR DVD TO THE DTV
VIDEO1 (ANALOG) JACKS
Connect a Composite cable to the VIDEO1
Yellow, White, and Red AV jacks.
Connect DVD to the TV S-Video In Jack, if avail-
able on your external equipment.
Note: S-Video jack connection overrides Video jack
Press INPUT to select Video1 to view the VCR or
Don't be fooled by the phrase
Composite jacks offer only 480i
To view available High-Definition
(HD) programs, you must connect
CONNECTING A MULTICHAN-
NEL RECEIVER TO THE DTV
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT JACK
Connect a Multichannel Receiver to the TV Digital
Audio Output as shown.
Digital 5.1 audio is available at the Digital
Audio Output only when received as part of a
Digital Antenna signal.
Back View of TV
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
Input Key—Press to select the program source
to watch: TV, Video 1, Video 2, or Video 3.
Volume Keys—Press VOL – + to adjust.
Number Keys—Press two keys to select a chan-
nel. Example: Press 0 then 6 to select channel
6. (See #13.)
Channel Scanning (CH L M ) Keys—Press to
scan through the channels in memory.
Menu Navigational Keys:
Menu—Press to display on-screen menu.
Cursor L (up) M (down) keys—Press these
keys to move the cursor up and down within
Cursor < (left) > (right) keys—Press these keys
to move the cursor left and right within the
DTV AV Input Jacks
VCR or DVD
CONNECTING A STEREO
AMPLIFIER TO THE DTV
AUDIO OUT (ANALOG) JACKS
Connect a Stereo Amplifier to the TV
Audio Out jacks as shown.
Do not connect external speakers
directly to the DTV.
Back View of TV
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Enter Key—Press to select an option from the
menu system, when required.
Exit Key—Press to exit from the menu system.
PIX Shape Key—Use to change the video display
format. Available options depend on signal
received and the broadcast's aspect ratio. Note:
Cannot display picture on a full screen. Check
Aspect Ratio of broadcast. Then press PIX Shape
key to change setting.
Reset Key—Press this key twice to restore factory
settings. The TV will automatically start Channel
Search and clear all customized settings. Note:
Channel scan memory database list of digital
and analog channels will be replaced. If desired,
personal settings can be made again using the
Audio Key—Press to select the desired audio
mode (if available).
Caption Key—Captioning is text information
transmitted along with the picture and sound so
it can be displayed on the TV screen.
Press CAPTION to select mode options: Digital
CC1 ~ CC6, or Analog CC1 ~ CC4, OFF, or
QuikCap. (QuikCap switches captions on and off
with the Mute function.) Digital Captions can be
changed using the menu settings.
Mute Key—Press once to mute the sound.
Recall Key—Press to switch between the last
two channels selected.
Sleep Key—Press this key then the "0" key to set
the Sleep Off Timer. Time can be set in 30-minute
increments up to 3 hours.
Note:The Sleep Timer
cancels when the TV is turned off or if a power failure
1– – Key—For Analog Cable channels above 100,
press this key, then press the other two numbers.
Info Key—Press to display the Digital and Analog
Full Banner information. The banner contains the
following: program title, station ID, program rat-
ing, signal strength, channel number, tuner ID,
and audio information.
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Install batteries in remote control (2AA, not included)
To ensure safe operation, please observe the following
eplace both batteries at the same time. Do not use a new
battery with a used battery.
Risk of explosion, if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Do not expose the Remote Control Unit to moisture or
Connect Signal to the TV's Integrated Analog / Digital
75 ohm Antenna Input terminal
CABLE BOX or SATELLITE BOX
Plug in AC power cord (120V AC, 60 Hz.)
Press the POWER key.
(Follow on-screen instructions)
Perform "All Channel Search."
The All Channel
Search will search for off-air digital and analog
channels, and analog cable channels. The DTV will
receive cable or off-air channels, but not at the
same time. If after two searches the DTV still fails
to detect any channels, the DTV will tune to
If EXIT is pressed,
the DTV will skip Channel
Search and tune to Video1
without storing any chan-
nels in the Channel Map
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
"Dolby" is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories.
CONNECTING A DVD OR
GAME TO THE DTV
VIDEO 2 / 3 (COMPONENT VIDEO IN
Connect a Component cable to the VIDEO2 / 3
Green, Blue, and Red video jacks.
Connect an Audio Cable to the VIDEO2 / 3
White and Red audio jacks.
Press INPUT to select Video2 or Video3 to
view the program.
Note: VIDEO2 and VIDEO3 jacks have identical
functions. Compatible video devices can be
connected to either or both jacks.
You DO NOT need to tune the TV
to Channel 3 or 4 to view DVD
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(REQUIRED INITIAL SETUP)
The Tuner in this DTV can receive:
1. Digital and /or Analog Off-Air
Signals from an RF antenna.
2. Analog or ClearQAM cable chan-
Note: You must search for ClearQAM
channels using the "Digital
Cable Search" menu option.
Analog / Digital
3. The output from a VCR or cable
Digital signals from a Set-Top Box
(STB) should be received through
the Component In jacks.
This DTV can receive ANY unscram-
bled RF signal being broadcast.
ALL Channel Search
ALL Channel Search [Analog & Digital]
Power Requirement: Source: AC 120V, 60Hz
DP15647: 40 watts
DP19647: 50 watts
or similar digital
device, such as a Satellite Receiver
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Audio L/R Jac
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