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Sanyo LCD-32CA9S Owner's Manual

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LCD-37CA9S
LCD-42CA9S
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  • Page 1 LCD TV MODEL LCD-32CA9S LCD-37CA9S LCD-42CA9S Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 2: To The Owner

    Before operating this LCD TV, read this manual thoroughly and operate the LCD TV properly. This LCD TV provides many convenient features and functions. Operating the LCD TV properly enables you to manage those features and maintains it in better condition for a considerable time. Improper operation may result in not only shortening the product-life, but also malfunctions, fire hazard, or other accidents.
  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. Read all of the instructions given here and retain them for later use. Unplug this LCD TV from AC power supply before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    FEATURE AND DESIGN ...5 PREPARATION...6 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS C O N N E C T I N G L C D T V..... . . 8 CONNECTING THE AC POWER CORD CONNECTING OUTDOOR AERIAL CONNECTING A COMPUTER...
  • Page 5: Feature And Design

    High Definition LCD Panel 1366 x 768 pixel HD LCD Panel with high contrast ratio and wide viewing angle. VIZON Engine VIZON Engine, SANYO High Quality Image Processing Technology reproduces clear, dynamic, natural and realistic picture along with HD LCD Panel Technology.
  • Page 6: Preparation

    PREPARATION FRONT INDICATORS CARE FOR USING LCD TV Do not bump or scratch the panel surface as this causes flaws on the surface of the screen. There may be some tiny black points and/or blight points on the SCREEN. These points are normal.
  • Page 7: Side Controls

    SIDE CONTROLS (Each button on the control panel has the same function with its counterpart on the remote control. ) POWER ON/ OFF button Used to turn the LCD TV on or off. SIDE TERMINALS PC Input Terminals Connect computer outputs to these terminals.
  • Page 8: Connecting Lcd Tv

    CONNECTING LCD TV CONNECTING THE AC POWER CORD This LCD TV uses nominal input voltages of 110-242V AC. This LCD TV automatically selects the correct input voltage. It is designed to work with single-phase power systems. To reduce risk of electrical shock, do not plug into any other type of power system.
  • Page 9: Connecting A Computer

    CONNECTING A COMPUTER Cable used for connection (This cable is not supplied with this LCD TV.) PC/VGA Cable (D-SUB 15pin) HDMI Cable: HDMI Input MAC Adapter (in the case of connecting Macintosh computer) Audio Cable [Mini Plug (L/R)] Desktop IBM- type compatible computers...
  • Page 10: Connecting Video Equipment

    CONNECTING LCD TV CONNECTING VIDEO EQUIPMENT Cables used for connection (These cables are not supplied with this LCD TV.) Video Cable(RCA X1), S-Video Cable, Audio Cable (RCA X2) : Video 1 or Video 2 Video Cable(RCA X3), Audio Cable (RCA X2) : DVD (Component Video) Video Cable(RCA X1), Audio Cable (RCA X2) : Monitor Outputs HDMI Cable: HDMI Input NOTE : When connecting the cable, AC Power...
  • Page 11: Before Operation

    OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL POWER ON/OFF button PIP button CHANGE button NUMERIC buttons DIGIT button / / / button STILL button SOUND SYSTEM button WIDE button STEREO/MONO button SPORTS button BASS button Note: 1. "USB", "POP", "WOW HD" and "WOOFER" buttons are not used. 2.
  • Page 12: Operation Range

    BEFORE OPERATION Point Remote Control toward LCD TV (Infrared Remote Receiver) whenever pressing the buttons. Maximum operating range for Remote Control is about 16.4’ (5m) in front, about 30° to the left or the right, about 15° for up or down. REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES INSTALLATION Remove the battery compartment cover .
  • Page 13: On-Screen Menu

    TV/AV MODE MENU LIST MAIN MENU (CHANNEL MENU) CHANNEL MENU PICTURE MENU SOUND MENU SOUND MODE BASS TREBLE BALANCE BACK BACK MENU BEFORE OPERATION ON-SCREEN MENU Note: "CHANNEL" menu is only active in TV mode. EXIT...
  • Page 14: Before Operation

    BEFORE OPERATION TV/AV MODE MENU LIST MAIN MENU (CHANNEL MENU) ON-SCREEN MENU TIMER MENU OFF TIMER - - : - - ON TIMER ON TIMER CH SELECT ADJUST BACK BACK BACK MENU EXIT EXIT OSD MENU LANGUAGE H-POSITION V-POSITION DURATION 15 SEC TRANSPARENCE TTX LANGUAGE...
  • Page 15 PC/HDMI MODE MENU LIST MAIN MENU (PICTURE MENU) SYSTEM MENU CHILD LOCK PC ADJUST SEL BACK MENU A DJ BACK Note: 1. "PC ADJUST" is only active in PC mode. 2. SOUND/ TIMER/ OSD menu in PC/ HDMI mode is the same as TV/AV mode, please refer to pages 13~14.
  • Page 16: Basic Operation

    BASIC OPERATION Complete the peripheral connections before turning on LCD TV. (Please refer to "CONNECTING LCD TV".) Connect LCD TV's AC Power Cord into an AC outlet. Press POWER ON/OFF button on Side Controls of LCD TV or on Remote Control to turn it ON. The POWER indicator will light up (green).
  • Page 17: Sound System

    Press SOUND SYSTEM button repeatedly to select "D/K", "I", "M" or "B/G" until the best sound effect is reached. Press COLOUR SYSTEM button repeatedly to select "AUTO", "PAL", "SECAM", "NTSC" or "NTSC4.43" until the best colour effect is reached. Press DISPLAY button on Remote Control to display the status of LCD TV. Press again to remove the dis- play.
  • Page 18: Video Mode

    BASIC OPERATION Simply press VIDEO MODE button on Remote Control to select the following video signals: PERSONAL User presets picture adjustment in Picture mode. STANDARD Natural and splendid picture level preset on this LCD TV. DYNAMIC Bright and dynamic picture. It is suitable for nice playback, such as DVD program.
  • Page 19: Wide

    Select screen size among "Full", "Zoom", "Zoom[Caption-IN]", "Normal" and "Natural Wide" by pressing WIDE button on Remote Controls. * Only "Full" mode can be selected when the input mode is "VGA" , "HDMI" or "DVD" and the input signal is 1080i, 720p or 1080p.
  • Page 20: Off Timer

    BASIC OPERATION To set OFF TIMER by pressing TIMER button on Remote Control. The timer dialogue box will appear on the screen for a short while. To select "0 min", "30 min", "60 min", "90 min" or "120 min" with TIMER buttons. Using PIP function, you can enjoy a TV program and an image such as DVD input from a rear terminal at the same time.
  • Page 21: Operation Of Remote Control (In Text Mode)

    OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL (IN TEXT MODE) POWER ON/OFF button TEXT INDEX button NUMERIC buttons TEXT SUBCODE button PAGE UP ( ) button VOLUME ( button TEXT HOLD button TEXT RED button TEXT GREEN button Note: In different mode, some buttons have different functions. (For details, please refer to page 11.) BASIC OPERATION TEXT CANEL button TEXT REVEAL button...
  • Page 22: Text Tv

    BASIC OPERATION Press TXT/TV button to select teletext. Press again will display: Note: TEXT mode: TEXT screen is displayed. MIX mode: TV/AV (broadcast image) screen and the contents of TEXT(it superimposed) are displayed simultaneously. CANCEL mode: TEXT/MIX MODE is canceled temporarily and broadcast image is displayed. However, the available key are the same as TEXT mode.
  • Page 23: Text Size

    Press TEXT SIZE button to enlarge the top half of the text page. Press TEXT SIZE button again to enlarge the bottom half of the text page. Press TEXT SIZE button again to return to the normal size page. Note: During the top half enlargement or the bottom half enlargement mode, if a page request is performed by [0] - [9] button and the TEXT INDEX button, it will become the normal mode and a page will be requested.
  • Page 24: Menu Operation (Tv/Av Mode)

    MENU OPERATION (TV/ AV mode) Note: The CHANNEL menu doesn't work except for TV mode. In PIP mode, the CHANNEL mode doesn't work except for the main picture is TV mode . Press MENU button and the main menu will appear. Press POINT buttons to select "CHANNEL", and will display CHANNEL menu.
  • Page 25 MENU OPERATION (TV/ AV mode) COLOUR SYSTEM The setting for colour system is only active in TV or AV mode. Usually, the colour system is set to the position of "AUTO". In case of abnormal colour, repeatedly press POINT buttons to select "AUTO", "PAL", "SECAM", "NTSC" or "NTSC4.43" until the best colour effect is reached.
  • Page 26: Picture

    MENU OPERATION (TV/ AV mode) Press MENU button and the main menu will appear. Press POINT buttons to select "PICTURE", and will display PICTURE menu. Press POINT buttons to select the item desired. Press POINT buttons to adjust value. Press BACK button to return to the previous menu. Press MENU button or wait for 5~60 seconds (refer to "DURATION"...
  • Page 27: Sound

    MENU OPERATION (TV/ AV mode) Press MENU button and the main menu will appear. Press POINT buttons to select "SOUND", and will display SOUND menu. Press POINT buttons to select the item desired. Press POINT buttons to adjust value. Press BACK button to return to the previous menu. Press MENU button or wait for 5~60 seconds (refer to "DURATION"...
  • Page 28: Timer

    MENU OPERATION (TV/ AV mode) Press MENU button and the main menu will appear. Press POINT buttons to select "TIMER", and will display TIMER menu. Press POINT buttons to select the item desired. Press POINT buttons to adjust value. Press BACK button to return to the previous menu. Press MENU button or wait for 5~60 seconds (refer to "DURATION"...
  • Page 29: Osd

    MENU OPERATION (TV/ AV mode) Press MENU button and the main menu will appear. Press POINT buttons to select "OSD", and will display OSD menu. Press POINT buttons to select the item desired. Press POINT buttons to adjust value. Press BACK button to return to the previous menu. Press MENU button or wait for 5~60 seconds (refer to "DURATION"...
  • Page 30: System

    MENU OPERATION (TV/ AV mode) Press MENU button and the main menu will appear. Press POINT buttons to select "SYSTEM", and will display SYSTEM menu. Press POINT buttons to select the item desired. Press POINT buttons to adjust value. Press BACK button to return to the previous menu. Press MENU button or wait for 5~60 seconds (refer to "DURATION"...
  • Page 31: Menu Operation (Pc/Hdmi Mode)

    MENU OPERATION (PC/HDMI mode) Note: The screen menu in HDMI mode will be displayed differently under different condition. 1. When the set cannot be received HDMI signal in HDMI mode, the screen menu will be displayed as right picture. 2. But when the set can be received HDMI signal in HDMI mode, the screen menu is different, and the details please refer to page 26.
  • Page 32: Sound

    MENU OPERATION (PC/HDMI mode) Press MENU button and the main menu will appear. Press POINT buttons to select "SOUND", and will display SOUND menu. Press POINT buttons to select the item desired. Press POINT buttons to adjust value. Press BACK button to return to the previous menu. Press MENU button or wait for 5~60 seconds (refer to "DURATION"...
  • Page 33: System

    MENU OPERATION (PC/HDMI mode) Press MENU button and the main menu will appear. Press POINT buttons to select "SYSTEM", and will display SYSTEM menu. Press POINT buttons to select the item desired. Press POINT buttons to adjust value. Press BACK button to return to the previous menu. Press MENU button or wait for 5~60 seconds (refer to "DURATION"...
  • Page 34: Dealer Mode

    MENU OPERATION The Dealer Mode has 7 different modes: VOLUME LOCK, TUNING LOCK, START MODE, OSD, RC, RESET and AC POWER MODE. VOLUME LOCK This function is used to limit the maximal volume. TUNING LOCK The way to prevent user from executing the Tuning function. START MODE The LCD TV will automatically enter to the setting mode while being turned on.
  • Page 35: Appendix

    Be sure to disconnect the AC Power cord from AC outlet before cleaning the LCD TV. Clean your LCD TV as follows: Gently wipe the screen and cabinet with dry soft cloth. The screen is likely to be damaged if it is not maintained properly. Do not use hard objects like a hard cloth or paper.
  • Page 36: Troubleshooting

    APPENDIX Before calling your dealer or service center for assistance, check the matters below once again. 1. Make sure you have connected LCD TV to your equipment as described in the section "CONNECTING LCD TV". 2. Check cable connection. Verify that all external equipment and power cords are properly connected. 3.
  • Page 37: Technical Specifications

    500cd/m² Contrast 1500:1 Mobile Trailer Time 6.5ms (grey to grey) Voltage AC110-242V 50/60Hz Power Consumption LCD-32CA9S: 144W ; LCD-37CA9S: 172W ; LCD-42CA9S: 187W Power Management VESA DPMS Colour System PAL/SECAM/NTSC/NTSC4.43 Sound System D/K, I, M, B/G Channel Coverage - VHF: E2-E12, R1-R12, K1-K9, J1-J12, A2-A13...
  • Page 38: Configuration Of Vga Terminal

    APPENDIX VGA IN (D-SUB) TERMINAL Terminal : D-SUB15 PIN Connect video output terminal of LCD TV to this terminal with VGA Cable (not supplied). When connecting Macintosh computer, the MAC Adapter (not supplied) is required. Pin Configuration Set slide switches as shown in the table below depending on RESOLUTION MODE that you want to use before you turn on LCD TV and computer.
  • Page 39: Table Of Toxic Element For Production

    When input signal is digital from DVD terminal, refer to the chart below. When input signal is digital from HDMI terminal, refer to the chart below. Resolution Audio Freq. Format : 16bit/20bit/24bit HDMI™ (V.1.3 with Deep Color) TABLE OF TOXIC ELEMENT FOR PRODUCTION Parts Name Plastic Display Screen...
  • Page 40: Uninstalling Stand Base

    APPENDIX CAUTION IN UNINSTALLING STAND BASE Through in uninstalling work, handling with more than two people is recommended. When holding (moving or lifting) the LCD Display, hold the display's body. Do not handle the LCD TV by holding the attached accessory parts (speakers), otherwise it may result in damage. Before uninstalling, provide a desk (or a part of it) which is strong enough to support the weight of the LCD TV and this stand.
  • Page 41 Uninstalling Stand Base (Continued) Cover the holes where you remove the stand base from the dust etc. by paste the deck label (supplied) to these holes. APPENDIX Uninstalling the stand base is completed now.
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  • Page 44 Part No. 1AA6P1P5592-A N5EV-A (UH3-B) SANYO Electronics CO., Ltd.

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