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Sharp 54GS-61S Operation Manual

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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Menu Structures .......12 Dear SHARP Customer Congratulations! You are now the proud owner of a SHARP Colour Television Receiver. To ensure proper operation,, ple- ase read this manual carefully. After reading, keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 3: Accessories

    • Do not mix old and new batteries. • Incorrect installation of the batteries may damage the remote control. Antena connections -TV set only - Mains Socket Outlet AC 220~240 V, 50 Hz å 54GS-61S 70GS-61S FARBFERNSEHGERAT BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG Operation Manual Type-AA Dry Batteries 2.
  • Page 4: Antenna Connections

    Antenna connections - VCR and TV - Aerial (Not supplied) Aerial Lead (Not supplied) Aerial in NOTE: See on -Typical connections- (page 27) for details of further connection possibilities. BACK OF TV SCART Lead (Not supplied) BACK OF VCR RF out Audio/Video Mains Socket Outlet AC 220~240 V, 50 Hz...
  • Page 5: Remote Control

    Remote control Stand-by ON/OFF switch (TV) Video Power ON / OFF switch (VCR) Digit buttons 0 ~ 9 Flashback button Teletext Colour button (green) Colour button (red) Volume Down/Cursor control Left Menu button Teletext Reveal button 10. List selector 11. Store button 12.
  • Page 6: Controls & Terminals

    Press the top of the door, opening it slightly. Hook your finger inside and pull open. REAR TV RF Input 1. Antenna terminal 21-pin In/Out 2. 21-pin Euro SCART (RGB) 3. 21-pin Audio/Video (AV-1) With S-Video Input 54GS-61S 70GS-61S L/S/G/I R/S/G/I VIDEO AUDIO å...
  • Page 7: Auto Installation

    TV. If this is the case go on to the section entitled "Switching ON" (page 8). If you need to repeat the AUTO INSTALLATION, read on page 17 –Auto Channel preset…-. 54GS-61S Power Indicator Main power button 70GS-61S...
  • Page 8 Stored programmes When the TV has finished the automatic search, the "Stored programmes" menu will appear on screen with a list of the channels, which have been memorised with the available options a) Select programme to be edited b) Edit this program RED button c) Go to sorting mode GREEN button...
  • Page 9: Switching On

    This TV memorizes the Mode last used when it was switched off. When the main power button ( l) is pressed to turn on the set, the power indicator will light and the set will resume in either the Stand-by mode or Programme mode, depen- ding upon its condition when it was switched off. 54GS-61S Power Indicator Main power button...
  • Page 10: Tv Operation (channel Selections)

    TV Operation Channel Selection Channel selector ( CH /\ / CH V) buttons Select the programme channel number you want to see, using the channel selector buttons (E/F). As you press these buttons a list of channels appears. Press the E/F again to select another channel. Note: The channels that are in SKIP mode cannot be seen with this buttons.
  • Page 11: Audio Adjustments

    Audio Adjustments Loudspeakers Sound Volume ( C/I) Use the C/I buttons to increase/decrease the volume level. The volume indicator will appear on the screen. Note: To adjust the headphones volume, see the “SOUND menu” on page 14. Sound mute button (c) Press the button to mute the sound.
  • Page 12: Other Features

    6. Press the TV button b to close the Menu. Note: the SPATIAL EXPANDER Effect cannot be adjusted for the headphones. VCR Mode SHARP VCR can be operated using the TV remote control. Channel selectors (V CH /\) These buttons are used for changing channels and setting the timer.
  • Page 13: Menu Structures

    Menu Structures This TV set has: a MAIN MENU with four basic menus, which permit access to the different functions of the TV. These menus are as indicated below. By pressing the MENU Button: Main Menu Button ADJUSTMENTS GREEN ADJUSTMENTS YELLOW BLUE Menu...
  • Page 14: Picture Adjustments

    Picture Adjustments Picture quality: CONTRAST, COLOUR, BRIGHTNESS, SHARPNESS, NOR- MALISE, TINT CONTROL and ECO MODE are adjustable in this menu. Press the MENU button b, to see the MAIN Menu. Press the RED button to see the PICTURE Menu. PICTURE Menu Press the Cursor UP/DOWN buttons E/F to select an option from the list: CONTRAST, COLOUR, BRIGHTNESS, SHARPNESS or NORMALISE.
  • Page 15: Sound Setting Mode

    Sound Setting Mode Sound quality (VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE, NORMALISE, SOUND MODE, SPATIAL EXPANDER and A.S.L.) are adjustable in this menu. 1. Press the MENU button b, to see the MAIN Menu. 2. Press the GREEN button to see the SOUND Menu. SOUND Menu 3.
  • Page 16: Features Setting Mode

    Features setting mode In this mode you can select a LANGUAGE for screen menus, set the ON- TIMER an OFF-TIMER, view the all functions implemented in your TV set demonstration and set the CHILD LOCK. 1. Press the MENU button b, to see the MAIN Menu. 2.
  • Page 17: Off Timer

    OFF TIMER The OFF TIMER automatically switches the TV set to standby mode after a predetermined period, (30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes). 4. Press the Cursor RIGHT button I to select “OFF.” 5. Press the Cursor UP/DOWN buttons E/F to set the desired time in white letters.
  • Page 18: Tv Channel Setting

    TV Channel Setting Auto Channel Preset with Sorting (ACSS: Automatic Channel Sorting System) This function frees you of troublesome channel presetting procedures. Simply follow the instructions below to automatically store all on-air and cable real channels into the programme channel memories. 1.
  • Page 19 Manual Channel Preset (PRESET USING REAL CHANNEL NUMBERS) 1. Depending on the programme channel you want to preset, press the 6 button to select single / double digit entry. 2. Select the programme channel number you want to preset with the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons.
  • Page 20 Manual Channel Preset (PRESET USING FREQUENCY TUNING) 1. Depending on the programme channel you want to preset, press the 6 button to select single / double digit entry. 2. Select the programme channel number you want to preset with the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons.
  • Page 21 After preset has been performed The following features are available for preset channels: FINE TUNING When a preset programme channel is not exactly tuned, you can fine tune the channel in this mode. 1. Select the programme channel number you want to tune using the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons.
  • Page 22: Teletext Mode

    Teletext features Depending on the TV programme, the Teletext pages are transmitted using diffe- rent system. Your SHARP TV is adjusted to receive two Teletext systems, name- ly FLOF and LIST, which are automatically identified by the receiver. The user can easily identify them by the manner in which they appear on the screen.
  • Page 23 Other TEXT features common to the two systems TEXT/MIX button (a/b) Every time this button is pressed, the Teletext is displayed in different modes, following the sequence described: In TV mode: Press the TEXT/MIX button (a/b) to select Teletext mode. In Teletext mode: Press the TEXT/MIX button (a/b) to superimpose a teletext broadcast onto the current TV pro- gramme screen.
  • Page 24 Advanced TEXT operation - LIST mode - Teletext Page memory List a) How to Operate Page Memory Your TV has 40 teletext page number memories for fast recall of teletext information. In programme positions 1 through 9, four teletext page numbers can be stored in each position; a total of 36 pages. In programme positions 10 through 99, only one programme with 4 page numbers can be stored.
  • Page 25: Child Lock (channel Block)

    Child Lock (Channel Block) You can lock a TV channel to prevent unsupervised TV viewing by following these procedures; the protection can apply to the television itself "LOCK ALL" or to specific programmes "LOCK PROGRAMME". With the CHILD LOCK function, you can also programme a time period during which the TV will be protected.
  • Page 26 LOCK PROGRAMME Select this option to protect the access to separate programmes 1. Press the TV button b , to clear the on-screen display. 2. Select the programme channel number you want to protect using the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons or the channel selector E/F buttons.. 3.
  • Page 27: 21-pin Euro-scart And 21-pin Audio/video

    21-pin Euro-SCART and 21-pin Audio/Video REAR TV 21-pin In/Out 1. 21-pin Audio/Video (AV-1) With S-Video Input 2. 21-pin Euro SCART (Full connect, RGB) RF Input 3. Antenna terminal 21-pin Euro-SCART (RGB) Audio right output Audio right input Audio left output Common earth for audio Earth for blue Audio left input...
  • Page 28: Typical Connections

    Typical connection (Videorecorder/Decoder) through the 21-pin Euro-SCART Please refer to the operation manual of your VCR for details Typical connection (Videorecorder and TV) through the RF terminal and Decoder through the 21-pin Euro-SCART RF in Decoder Typical connection (DVD, Decoder and TV) through the 21-pin Euro-SCART DVD Player Video out Audio out Decoder...
  • Page 29: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting The following conditions do not always denote trouble. Therefore, performs the checks described below before calling for service. If the problem cannot be corrected by the use of this guide, pull the power plug out from the electrical outlet and call for service.
  • Page 30: General Specifications For Television Receiver

    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR TELEVISION RECEIVER Model: 54GS-61S, 70GS-61S Receiving Broadcast Standard Receiving Channel Receiving System Colour System: Field Frequency: Power Source Power Consumption at 240V AC 50Hz Power Consumption at (Stand-by) Audio Output (mpo): Internal speaker: Dimensions (Approx.) Viewing Area (diagonal measurement) Weight (Approx.)
  • Page 31: Index

    Index 21-pin Audio/Video ......26 21-pin Euro-SCART (RGB) ....26 Accessories .
  • Page 32 å SHARP ELECTRONICS (EUROPE) GmbH Sonninstraße 3, 20097 Hamburg, Germany SHARP ELECTRONICA ESPAÑA, S.A. Polígono Industrial Can Sant Joan Sant Cugat del Vallés (Barcelona), Spain PRINTED IN SPAIN TINS-XXXXBMN0 03/01...

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