Beko Plasma TV User Manual

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This User's Manual provides you assistance during the installation and use of plasma screen. Detailed
descriptions and drawings as well as the user-friendly on-screen illustrations in the user's manual makes
installation and use easier even for the new users. The contents of this User's Manual may be altered
without prior notification due to technical improvements. Always make sure that you use the latest version
of this user's manual.
Important Considerations to Follow: .....................4-5
Safety Warnings...........................................................6
Product Description: ...................................................7
Special Features: .........................................................8
Start ...........................................................................................9
Connecting the mains lead ......................................................10
Control Unit .............................................................................12
Remote Control..........................................................13
Initial power on and settings performance...............................14
Setting up the television ..........................................................15
Automatic search.....................................................................15
Manual search....................................................................16-17
Program arrangement .............................................................18
TV settings: ................................................................19
Sound Menu ............................................................................19
Sound features ........................................................................19
Picture menu ...........................................................................20
Features menu ...................................................................21-22
Teletext features: ..................................................23-24
External equipment connections:.......................25-30
Error analysis and recovery:...............................31-32
Technical specifications table:.................................33
ENGLISH -3-

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    List of contents This User’s Manual provides you assistance during the installation and use of plasma screen. Detailed descriptions and drawings as well as the user-friendly on-screen illustrations in the user’s manual makes installation and use easier even for the new users. The contents of this User’s Manual may be altered without prior notification due to technical improvements.
  • Page 2: Important Considerations To Follow

    - For the first 100 hours of use, please use the animated pictures or constantly moving still pictures in full screen mode (slide show). - Please use your plasma TV in full screen mode (16:9) - In case the plasma screen is used as a PC monitor, please use animated pictures.
  • Page 3 • Signal Inputs Always shut down the plasma screen and signal supply before establishing any connections between two devices. • Disorders In case there is any damage in the mains lead or the device, remove the power lead from the socket immediately.
  • Page 4: Safety Warnings

    • Never pressurize the screen when cleaning. • Never position your screen on hard objects. Your plasma TV might be damaged. • If you wish to place the TV on a shelf or a wall unit, leave minimum 10 cm of clearance from the top, sides and back of the TV.
  • Page 5: Product Description

    Product Description High technology signal processing, cross 106 cm flat 16:9 plasma screen, user friendly, interactive remote control together with an attractive case with a less modular depth represents the new generation info presentation. Use of the best generation of plasma screens, computer images and presentations as well as high contrast warrants perfect video images.
  • Page 6: Special Features

    Television Thank you for purchasing this television which has been designed to keep you satisfied for a long time. You may already have knowledge about how to use a television; but still spare some time to read the below instructions. These instructions have been prepared to gain you knowledge about many new features of this television and enable you to benefit from your purchase in the best way possible.
  • Page 7: Start

    5ºC and 35ºC. Starting There are some procedures you should carry out before turning on your plasma TV. • During all the procedures to be carried out for starting, turn your plasma screen off and disconnect the power lead from the plug.
  • Page 8: Connecting The Mains Lead

    Connecting The Mains Lead To obtain the best image quality, always use the supplied mains lead. First insert the mains lead into the input panel and only then plug it into the socket. • Never ever use a damaged mains lead! •...
  • Page 9: Opening The Plasma Screen, Batteries, Operation Modes

    Turning the Plasma Screen on You may control your plasma screen with remote control only when the device is in stand-by mode. Switch the network key on the input panel to Position I. The user’s display on the front side of the screen lights red.
  • Page 10: Control Unit

    PANEL CONNECTIONS AV-2 AV-1 ANT-IN SOURCE MENU PROG Remote control receiver Standby mode indicator Network power on/off button Scart 1 Scart 2 Antenna input Video input CINCH connector Sound input CINCH connector (Left/L) Sound input CINCH connector (Right/R) 10. Video output CINCH connector 11.
  • Page 11: Remote Control

    Remote control PIP SEL. PIP POS. PIP SIZE ZOOM SWAP VOL+ VOL- FREEZE MENU TEXT/ Picture Format choice button ( Temporary sound mute (Mute) button ( Equalizer selection button ( PIP Position selection button PIPI/PAP On-Off button AV modes selection menu button Numeric buttons ZOOM mode selection button Program down button (...
  • Page 12: Initial Power On And Settings Performance

    Performing the initial power-on settings TV controls: Temporary On-Off (STAND-BY) When you press the red ( ) stand-by button (Temporary power on-off function) located on the upper right hand side of your remote control of your television when it is switched on; the sound and the picture will go off.
  • Page 13: Setting Up The Television

    External Connection There are 2 scart connections on your television. When you press the AV button, the source table will be displayed. Source SVHS HDMI YPBPR 1. AV1 when scart input is used (RGB support) 2. When the AV2 scart input is used 3.
  • Page 14: Manual Search

    Manual tuning and storing of the television channels: If you already know the Channel number: (Press ( ) button. Move onto the settings menu by pressing the right movement button. You may directly access this menu by pressing the Blue button When you select the installation tab by pressing the buttons ( the button (...
  • Page 15 If you do not know the channel number: (Press ( ) button. Move onto the settings m e n u by pressing the right movement ( ) button. You may directly access this menu by pressing the Blue button When you select the installation tab by pressing the buttons ( the button ( ) , a setup menu will be...
  • Page 16: Program Arrangement

    Program Table (Press ( ) button. Move onto the settings m e n u by pressing the right movement button. You may directly access this menu by pressing the Blue button you select the program table tab by pressing the upwards/downwards direction buttons ( ) and press the button ( ) , the program table will be visualized...
  • Page 17: Tv Settings

    The settings of your new television: Setting up the Sound Menu You may perform the sound setting using the - VOLUME + buttons on your television or the buttons on your remote control. ), ( You can perform the other sound settings by entering the Sound menu.
  • Page 18: Picture Menu

    Picture Set up: PICTURE brightness contrast color sharpness noise reduction picture smart picture format MENU :Cancel TV :Exit Enter the Picture menu by pressing the button MENU () on your remote control. You may directly access the Picture menu by pressing the Green button Y o u m a y directly access this menu...
  • Page 19: Features Menu

    Features FEATURE child lock vcr mode menu language menu background opaque AV2 output AV output sleep timer MENU :Cancel TV :Exit Press the ( ) button on your remote MENU c o n t r o l . Select the features menu tab using the direction button ( ) .
  • Page 20 Temporary Freezing (Freeze): You may freeze the program picture you are watching thanks to this feature. For this, press the ) button on the remote control with FREEZE there is no menu on the screen The program picture will be paused until the same key is pressed for the second time.
  • Page 21: Teletext Features

    Teletext Being one of the most prominent services of broadcasting today, Teletext renders using the TV more fruitful. Teletexts means in short the transmission of various updated information along with the TV broadcast in the form of texts and graphics. To be able to receive a quality teletext broadcast, a good antenna system and a broadcast that is not weak, with no reflections and interference from...
  • Page 22 Stop Button (HOLD) Some information is laid out by the broadcasting agency in multiple pages and it is broadcast in the automatic cycle mode. For example, on a text of four pages, the pages are indicated with the figures 01, 02, 03 and 04 on the bottom of the page.
  • Page 23: External Equipment Connections

    External equipment connection You can connect to your television many compatible sound and picture devices. AV inputs: Press the ( ) button on the remote control. The Source menu, from which you may select the access mode will appear on the screen. Here, you may select any access mode.
  • Page 24 From antenna input 1. Connect the RF out socket of the video device to the antenna input located behind the television. 2. Connect the connection cable to the RF socket of the video device. 3. Store the video channel in the memory under any program. 4.
  • Page 25 Connecting the DVD Player Via the SCART socket Make sure that both the TV and the DVD player are turned off. Insert one probe of the SCART cable (not supplied) in the back of the DVD player and the other end in the SCART socket in the back of the TV.
  • Page 26: Connecting A Decoder

    Connecting a decoder Via the SCART socket Make sure that both the TV and the decoder are turned off. Insert one probe of the SCART cable (not supplied) in the back of the decoder and the other end in the SCART socket in the back of the TV.
  • Page 27 INPUT Since your 42” 16:9 PDP-television equipment has VGA inputs, it may also be used as a PC monitor (Fit&Play). Connecting the Computer: Connect your PC to the PC-IN (computer input) at the back of your television via the D-Lower socket and a proper cable (not supplied with your television).
  • Page 28 Digital satellite receiver Antenna output Scart socket Scart socket Antenna input Connecting the television to a camera Connecting TV games and PC Video Input Sound Input (L) Sound Input (R) Video recorder Antenna Scart Video output socket Antenna input Video Input Sound Input (L) Sound Input (R) Sound Input (R)
  • Page 29: Error Analysis And Recovery

    ERROR Complete screen fault although the mains lead is connected and the device is on with network key and the remote control. ERROR Dark screen ERROR No colour or excessive colour ERROR No/Bad vertical and/or horizontal synchronization ERROR The remote control does not function. ERROR Displayed image too dark.
  • Page 30 Of course, the complete screens may be sent to the manufacturer for repair. For this, please include the information below about your screen: 1. Description of the Fault Describe the exact symptoms in detail as much as possible. If the fault occurs from time to time, please include this in your description.
  • Page 31: Technical Specifications Table

    Technical specifications Table 42” 16:9 Picture tube Plazma Display Panel size/type Sound Output 2x5 W Power (10% THD) Power 275 W Consumption Stand-by Power 2,5 W Consumption General technical specifications Power Supply-AC:...230 V 50 Hz Number of the preset programs: ...100 RF Antenna input: ...75 Ohms (coaxial) Loudspeaker impedance: ...4 ohm Sound Systems: ...Mono/Stereo/NICAM...