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  • Page 1 Instruction Manual Smart 3D TV L40S3D13N L46S3D13N L55S3D13N...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Unpacking the TV ..........................................6 Installing the TV Stand (L46S3D13N and L55S3D13N) ............................7 Installing the TV Stand (L40S3D13N) ...................................8 Mounting the TV to a wall (L40S3D13N) ..................................8 Mounting the TV to a wall (L46S3D13N & L55S3D13N) ............................9 − Attaching the cable tidy .......................................9 Front / Right Side View and Controls ..................................10...
  • Page 3 6 Using the Features ..................................54 Guide ..............................................54 − Viewing the guide ....................................... 54 − Using the guide ........................................54 − Setting a recording or reminder from the Guide............................. 55 − Editing a recording/reminder in the schedule list........................... 57 − Deleting a recording/reminder ..................................57 Digital Teletext ..........................................
  • Page 4: Safety Warnings

    Chapter Safety Warnings CAUTION • CAUTION - When installing this unit,make sure to leave space around the unit for ventilation to improve heat radiation • To prevent the risk of electronic shock,do not remove cover (at least 20 cm at top, 10 cm at rear, and 10 cm at each side). (or back).No user-serviceable parts inside.
  • Page 5 Safety Warnings Earphones • Disassembly or modification of the 3D glasses must be done by a qualified and authorized technician only. • Listening to loud sounds for prolonged periods of time may permanently damage your hearing. • Do not walk or move around when wearing the 3D glasses. •...
  • Page 6: Preparation

    Preparation Thank you for purchasing your new Pioneer Smart 3D TV. Your new TV has many features and incorporates the latest technology to enhance your viewing experience. We recommend that you spend some time reading this instruction manual so that you fully understand these features.
  • Page 7: Installing The Tv Stand (L46S3D13N And L55S3D13N)

    Preparation Installing the TV Stand (L46S3D13N and L55S3D13N) The LCD display is very fragile, and must be protected at all times when installing and removing the TV stand. Be sure that no hard or sharp object, or anything that could scratch or damage the LCD display, comes into contact with it. DO NOT exert pressure on the front of the TV at any time because the screen could crack.
  • Page 8: Installing The Tv Stand (L40S3D13N)

    3. Carefully place the glass stand onto the neck of the stand. Hold the metal bracket over the holds and fix into position using the 3 screws provided as shown. Mounting the TV to a wall (L40S3D13N) Remove the stand assembly before mounting the TV onto the wall.
  • Page 9: Mounting The Tv To A Wall (L46S3D13N & L55S3D13N)

    Preparation Mounting the TV to a wall (L46S3D13N & L55S3D13N) Remove the stand assembly before mounting the TV onto the wall. 1. Remove the neck cover by untightening the screw holding the cover to the neck. 2. Remove the neck and stand by untightening the 4 screws holding the neck to the TV.
  • Page 10: Front / Right Side View And Controls

    Preparation Front / Right Side View and Controls Item Description Illuminates blue when the TV is turned on. Illuminates red when the TV is in standby POWER LED mode. The LED will flash when the timer programming has started in standby mode. The LED also flashes when remote control operated.
  • Page 11: Rear View And Sockets (L40S3D13N)

    Preparation Rear View and Sockets (L40S3D13N) USB 2 COMMON INTERFACE YPbPr USB 1 SCART HDMI 3 (ARC) HDMI 2 ADAPTER Models L46S3D13N and L55S3D13N have 3 USB sockets. The third USB socket can be found above USB 2 in the diagram above.
  • Page 12: Installing Batteries In The Remote Control

    Preparation Installing Batteries in the Remote Control 1. Slide the battery cover to open the battery compartment of the remote control. 2. Insert two AAA size batteries. Make sure the (+) and ( - ) ends of the batteries match the (+) and ( - ) ends indicated in the battery compartment.
  • Page 13: Assembling The 3D Glasses And Installing The Battery

    Preparation Assembling the 3D Glasses and Installing the Battery 1. Gently push each arm into the main body of the glasses as shown below. Inserting the battery 2. Slide the battery compartment up. 3. Open the battery compartment. 4. Insert the supplied battery (CR2025) making sure that the ‘+’...
  • Page 14: Remote Control

    Preparation Remote Control Switch the TV between on and standby mode. 2. 3D Switches the TV into 3D mode. 3. TV Switches the TV back to TV mode from other viewing modes. 4. 0-9 Number Button • Press to select a programme. •...
  • Page 15 Preparation 21. SLEEP Set sleep mode: OFF - 10 - 20 - 30 - 40 - 50 - 60 - 90 120 mins 22. PRE-CH Selects the previous channel 23. LIST Displays the last channel list that was viewed. 24. FAV Displays the 'Channel list selection' menu where you can access: All - Digital - Radio - Free - Favorite list.
  • Page 16: Connections

    Chapter Connections Connecting the aerial The following diagram shows you how to connect your aerial to your TV. Follow this connection method if you receive your television signal via an aerial or if you want to connect your cable box via an RF cable. Do not connect the TV to the mains supply until you have made all the connections.
  • Page 17: Connecting An Ethernet Cable

    Connections Connecting an ethernet cable Your TV is a Smart TV so must be connected to the internet for Smart to function. The faster your internet connection the better your Smart TV will work. Your TV can connect to the internet via a wireless connection or wired via an ethernet cable. To obtain the fastest internet connection speed we recommend that you connect an ethernet cable if possible.
  • Page 18: Initial Setup

    Chapter Initial Setup Connecting to the internet and tuning in your TV Once you have made all the connections you will need to setup your TV. The Initial setup will get you connected to the internet and tune in all your TV channels. You don't have to set up the internet at this stage if you don't want to, you can skip that section. 1.
  • Page 19 Initial Setup This menu will appear if you chose the wireless option. We recommend you select Scan, this option will scan and find all available wireless networks and list them for you. 6. Press the buttons to select scan. Then press the button to go to the next screen.
  • Page 20 Initial Setup Tuning via Antenna 10. Press the buttons to select Antenna. Then press the button to go to the next screen. 11. Press the buttons to select Digital & Analogue (Recommended), Digital or Analogue. Then press the button to go to the next screen. 12.
  • Page 21 Initial Setup Tuning via Cable If you have cable that attaches to your TV via the Aerial lead then follow the instructions below to tune in your TV. 1. Press the buttons to select Cable. Then press the button to go to the next screen. 2.
  • Page 22: Customising Tv Settings

    Chapter Customising TV Settings Basic functions This section will show you how to use the basic functions of your TV like changing channels, changing modes and adjusting the volume. Changing channels You can change channel a few different ways. Press the NUMBER buttons to directly select the channel number. For example •...
  • Page 23: Adjusting The Volume

    Customising TV Settings Adjusting the volume • Press the V +/- button to adjust the volume. The level can be adjusted from 0 to 100. • Press the MUTE button to switch the sound off. The mute symbol will be displayed on the screen.
  • Page 24: Navigating The Menus

    Customising TV Settings Navigating the menus Press the MENU button to view the main menu. Press the buttons to highlight your desired menu then press OK to enter the menu. Media Centre Channels Select to enter Media centre, a USB storage device must be Select to view the connected.
  • Page 25: Channel Lists

    Customising TV Settings Channel lists The channel list can be accessed through the main menu or by pressing the FAV button on the remote control. Using the FAV button you will see more list options. You can select to see All the channels, digital channels, radio channels, free channels or your favorite channels.
  • Page 26: Navigating The Picture Menu

    Customising TV Settings Navigating the Picture menu In the picture menu you can adjust everything to do with your TVs picture. Press the MENU button to view the main menu. Press the buttons to highlight the picture menu then press OK to enter the menu.
  • Page 27 Customising TV Settings Back light - Picture You can adjust the back light, but is not available in Personal picture mode. This will make your picture lighter or darker. • Press the to highlight back light, then press the buttons to adjust the setting. This will adjust the setting with the main menu on the screen meaning you will not be able to see your changes very well.
  • Page 28: Advanced Settings - Picture Menu

    Customising TV Settings PAP - Picture This function allows you to display two different sources next to each other, e.g. TV on the left and HDMI source on the right. TV has to be one of the sources. to highlight PAP, then press OK to enter the •...
  • Page 29 Customising TV Settings Motion enhance - picture - advanced settings You can set motion enhance to on or off. • Press the to highlight motion enhance, then press the buttons to adjust the setting. MPEG NR - picture - advanced settings MPEG NR reduces the digital noise from the picture.
  • Page 30 Customising TV Settings Film mode - picture - advanced settings You can set film mode to on or off. • Press the to highlight film mode, then press the buttons to adjust the setting. Game mode - picture - advanced settings Game mode is only selectable when you have a games console connected via HDMI and you have that source selected.
  • Page 31 Customising TV Settings Black stretch - picture - advanced settings You can set black stretch to on or off. • Press the to highlight black stretch, then press the buttons to adjust the setting. Overscan - picture menu You can set overscan to on or off. •...
  • Page 32 Customising TV Settings picture The 3D menu is for adjusting 3D settings from 2D to 3D, this menu is not available when you are playing a video in 3D. You also have to set 3D navigation to manual or semi-auto to see the 3D menu.
  • Page 33 Customising TV Settings Distance to TV - picture - 3D You can only adjust the distance to TV when you have set image safety to on. Adjust the distance to TV setting depending on how far you are viewing the TV from. •...
  • Page 34: Sound Menu

    Customising TV Settings Sound menu In the sound menu you can adjust everything to do with your TVs sound. Press the MENU button to view the main menu. Press the buttons to highlight the sound menu then press OK to enter the menu.
  • Page 35 Customising TV Settings Auto volume control - sound This feature automatically adjusts the volume level when the broadcast level is higher than your TV is set to. For example adverts are often louder than the TV programme you are watching, this setting will even out the volume levels. •...
  • Page 36: Network Menu

    Customising TV Settings Network menu In the Network menu you can adjust everything to do with your TVs internet settings, file sharing via DLNA and Netflix settings. Press the MENU button to view the main menu. Press the buttons to highlight the network menu then press OK to enter the menu.
  • Page 37 Customising TV Settings Wireless setting - network - network settings Select wireless setting to connect your TV to your wireless router. This is for searching for your wireless router. We recommend you select SCAN, this will automatically find all the wireless networks in your area.
  • Page 38 Customising TV Settings Information - network - network settings The information menu shows you information on how you have connected your TV to the internet and your router settings. This information could be useful if you are having any problems getting connected to the internet.
  • Page 39: Dlna - Network

    You may need to refer to your media players instruction on how to connect to another device (your TV) and share files. You should see Pioneer TV on your PC, share your files with this device. How to view/play files from your PC Once DLNA is all set up you use MEDIA CENTRE to access your files.
  • Page 40: Netflix Settings - Network

    Customising TV Settings Netflix settings network Your TV has the Netflix app pre-installed. The netflix settings menu allows you to deactivate the app and it also shows you your ESN code. to highlight netflix settings, then press the OK • Press the button.
  • Page 41: Settings Menu - Map

    Customising TV Settings Settings menu - map The Setting menu has many setting and submenus the diagram below shows a map of the submenus.
  • Page 42: Settings Menu

    Customising TV Settings Settings menu The Setting menu is where you can find settings such as Parental lock, setting the time and software updates plus lots of other settings. Press the MENU button to view the main menu. Press the buttons to highlight the settings menu then press OK to enter the menu.
  • Page 43: Channel Install (Manual And Auto Tuning)

    Customising TV Settings Channel install (manual and auto tuning) Select the channel install menu if you need to retune your TV, or tune in an analogue channel (if you have connected an analogue device). to highlight channel install, then press the OK •...
  • Page 44: Organiser (Editing Channels) - Settings - Setup

    Customising TV Settings Clean channel list - settings - setup - channel install If you select clean channel list it will delete all of your channels, you will need to retune your TV after this. • Press the to highlight clean channel list, then press the OK button.
  • Page 45 Customising TV Settings Channel edit - settings - setup - organiser to highlight channel edit, then press OK. • Press the • Press the to select the channel that you want to edit then press OK. • You can now change the channel number and name. Press the RED button to delete the channel name, then press the NUMBER buttons to enter another name.
  • Page 46: Lock Menu - Settings

    Customising TV Settings Timeshift - settings - setup • Press the to highlight timeshift, then press the buttons to select ON/OFF. Timeshifts default setting is ON. Reset to factory default - settings - setup If you want to totally reset your TV back to the way it came from the factory then select 'Reset to factory default' .
  • Page 47 Customising TV Settings Age rating - settings - lock You can set an age rating, which will allow programmes of that age rating or below to be viewed. This is dependant on the broadcaster broadcasting this information, otherwise this feature will not work. •...
  • Page 48 Customising TV Settings Max volume - settings - lock You can set a maximum volume setting. When set your TV will not exceed the maximum volume. • Press the to highlight max volume, then press the buttons to select your maximum volume. If you set the maximum volume to '0' you will not hear any sound.
  • Page 49 Customising TV Settings Subtitle - settings Select the subtitle menu to switch on and adjust the subtitle settings. • Press the to highlight subtitle, then press the OK button. • Subtitle - Switches subtitles on and off, or press SUBTITLE on the remote control.
  • Page 50 Customising TV Settings SPDIF type - settings The SPDIF option lets you select your SPDIF type. Choose the type that your surround sound system can accept. • Press the to highlight SPDIF type, then press the buttons to select PCM - OFF - Dolby D. SPDIF delay - settings The SPDIF delay option lets you adjust the amount of SPDIF...
  • Page 51 Customising TV Settings Location - settings Select location to change from home mode to shop mode. We recommend you leave your TV set to home mode. • Press the to highlight location, then press the buttons to select HOME or SHOP. Software update - settings Select the software update menu if you want to check for...
  • Page 52 Customising TV Settings DivX(R) deregistration - settings If you would like to disable your TV from being registered to play DivX media select DivX(R) deregistration. • Press the to highlight DivX(R) deregistration, then press the OK button. The website address will be displayed where you have to go to deregister your TV.
  • Page 53 Customising TV Settings Setting the TV to switch on 1. Highlight 'power on timer' and select Daily or once. 2. Highlight timer and press the NUMBER buttons to set the time you would like your TV to switch on. 3. Then highlight power on channel and press OK. Press the buttons to select last status (the last channel watched) or user select and press OK.
  • Page 54: Using The Features

    Chapter Using the Features Guide This system has a Guide to help you navigate through all the possible viewing options. The Guide supplies information such as programme listings, start and end times for all available services. In addition, detailed information about the programme is often available in the Guide (the availability and amount of programme information will vary, depending on the particular broadcaster).
  • Page 55: Setting A Recording Or Reminder From The Guide

    Using the Features Setting a recording or reminder from the Guide When you are viewing the Guide you can set your TV to record a programme or remind you when one is going to start. You will only be able to record free to air channels, except in Finland where NO recording features are available. If you set your TV to record, remember to connect a USB storage device, or your programme will not record.
  • Page 56 Using the Features 7. Press the button to highlight stop time. Then press the NUMBER buttons to select the stop time of the programme you want to be reminded of or record. 8. Press the button to highlight schedule type. Then press buttons to select Reminder or Record.
  • Page 57: Editing A Recording/Reminder In The Schedule List

    Using the Features Editing a recording/reminder in the schedule list 1. Press GUIDE - OPTION - EXIT to enter the schedule list. 2. Press the buttons to highlight the recording/reminder that you wish to edit then press OK. 3. Press the buttons to select edit, then press OK.
  • Page 58: Digital Teletext

    Using the Features Digital Teletext Digital teletext can access special digital teletext services and specific services which broadcast digital teletext. You will need to turn off Subtitle Function before using teletext (refer to page 49 for details). Teletext within Digital Service 1.
  • Page 59: Entertainment

    Chapter Entertainment Connecting a USB Storage Device 1. Switch off the TV before connecting any USB USB 2 storage device. 2. Connect your USB storage device to the USB port USB Cable of your TV. 1, 2 or 3 (55" and 46" models) COMMON INTERFACE (not included)
  • Page 60: Viewing Photos

    Entertainment Viewing photos 1. In media centre highlight PHOTO then press OK. 2. Press the buttons to select your desired USB storage device. You may have more than one plugged in. 3. Press the buttons to locate the photo or folder where you have stored your photos.
  • Page 61: Copying Pictures To Other Folders/Usb Drives

    Entertainment Copying pictures to other folders/USB drives You can copy and paste pictures from folder to folder or even from one USB storage device to another. 1. Select the picture you want to copy. 2. Press the MENU button. 3. Press the buttons to select edit and press OK.
  • Page 62: Listening To Music

    Entertainment Listening to music 1. In media centre highlight MUSIC then press OK. 2. Press the buttons to select your desired USB storage device. You may have more than one plugged in. 3. Press the buttons to locate the music or folder where you have stored your music.
  • Page 63 Entertainment Changing the play options While listening to music if you press the MENU button you will see a play options menu. Play • To play or pause your music press the to highlight PLAY or PAUSE then press OK. Play mode •...
  • Page 64: Watching Movies

    Entertainment Watching movies 1. In media centre highlight VIDEO then press OK. 2. Press the buttons to select your desired USB storage device. You may have more than one plugged in. 3. Press the buttons to locate the movie or folder where you have stored your movies.
  • Page 65 Entertainment Changing the play options While watching a movie if you press the MENU button you will see a play options menu. Play mode • To change the play mode press the to highlight play mode then press the buttons to select Normal - Repeat one - Repeat all.
  • Page 66: Pairing Your 3D Glasses To Your Tv

    Entertainment 3D TV Your TV can also play 3D movies/games and you can change normal 2D TV into 3D, to add more depth to your viewing. To view 3D TV you must be wearing your 3D glasses and have them switched on and paired to your TV. Pairing your 3D glasses to your TV You will need to pair your 3D glasses with your TV when you want to view your TV in 3D mode.
  • Page 67: Viewing Range When Watching 3D

    Entertainment Viewing range when watching 3D For the best 3D viewing experience try to sit directly in front of your TV at a comfortable distance from the TV. The distance will vary depending on the size of your TV. Do not exceed a distance of 6m as your 3D glasses may not operate at a distance greater then 6m.
  • Page 68: Gaming In Split Screen Mode

    Entertainment Gaming in split screen mode Your TV has split screen modes for gaming using your 3D glasses. This will allow you to split the screen side-by-side or top-and- bottom and each player will be able to see their gaming area on the full screen. Set your game to a split screen mode.
  • Page 69: Pvr (Personal Video Recorder)

    Chapter PVR (Personal Video Recorder) Time Shift Function This function allows the TV to virtually record the live viewing broadcast programme. You will only be able to record free to air channels, except in Finland where NO recording features are available. Time Shift Mode and Recording functions may not If the transfer rate of the USB storage device is too slow for work if the signal strength is weak.
  • Page 70: Recording Tv Programmes Onto A Usb Storage Device

    PVR (Personal Video Recorder) Recording TV Programmes onto a USB Storage Device Use this function to record the TV programme you are watching on the main screen and save it for future viewing. The recording from timer programme or direct recording may have a little bit of delay when it starts to record the broadcast programme.
  • Page 71: Setting A Timer Recording

    PVR (Personal Video Recorder) Setting a timer recording This function is used to perform scheduled recording. The recording from timer programme or direct recording may have a little bit of delay when it starts to record the broadcast programme. Please make sure the USB device is inserted. If not, a warning message will pop up. To set a timer recording you need to be in the Schedule list.
  • Page 72: Using The Smart Tv

    Chapter Using the Smart TV Smart TV overview In smart mode you can use any of the pre-installed apps to chat with friends on social media, stream movies using Netflixs or just surf the internet. Search bar Country Enter a search here and all Click here to change your apps will be searched, your country.
  • Page 73: Setting Your Country

    Smart TV Setting your country • In the main Smart screen press the buttons to highlight 'settings' in the top right hand corner. Then press • Press the buttons to highlight your country and press the OK button. A tick will appear next to the country to show which on you have selected.
  • Page 74: Browsing Apps In Categories

    Smart TV Browsing apps in categories • In the all apps menu press the BLUE button. A list of categories will appear at the top of the screen. • Press the to move along the categories and the apps displayed will correspond to that category. The categories are: News - Service - Sport - Entertainment - Music - Games - VOD.
  • Page 75: Pre-Installed Apps

    Smart TV Pre-installed apps Your TV has many pre-installed apps. As your TV can be upgraded you may find that the apps may update giving you more or less choice. Also apps themselves may be improved so for instructions on how to use each app please refer to the individual apps instructions.
  • Page 76: Other Information

    Chapter Other Information Maintenance Careful and regular cleaning can prolong the life of your TV. Be sure to press the button on the right side panel of the TV or on the remote control to turn off the TV. Disconnect the mains cable from the mains socket before any cleaning.
  • Page 77: Hints And Tips

    Other Information Hints and Tips The following table contains various hints and tips to get the best performance from your TV. The TV does not operate properly. The TV does not respond when • The TV may freeze up during use. Disconnect the mains cable from the mains socket pressing any buttons for a few minutes.
  • Page 78 Other Information Password • The master password is “0423" enter this password and then change your password Lost password to a number you will remember. Some channel appear to be missing • You may be selecting the channels in your Favorite list. Select ALL in the channel list When using the P+/- button some and this will allow you to view all the channels.
  • Page 79: Help

    Other Information FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) • It happens sometimes if you have a weak signal. Usually it just means you’ll need to Why have I lost some / all of my re-scan your TV. Don’t worry, it is easy to do. And once you’ve done it, you should channels? get all the channels available to you.
  • Page 80: Specifications

    Other Information Specifications Model L40S3D13N L46S3D13N L55S3D13N 40 inch LED Backlit LCD 46 inch LED Backlit LCD 55 inch LED Backlit LCD Panel System Panel Panel Panel 1920 pixels (horizontal) x 1920 pixels (horizontal) x 1920 pixels (horizontal) x Display Resolution...
  • Page 81 Other Information L40S3D13N - 2014 2010/1062 L46S3D13N L55S3D13N - 2014 - 2014 2010/1062 2010/1062...
  • Page 82 Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners and all rights are acknowledged. DSG Retail Ltd. (co. no. 504877) Maylands Avenue, Hemel Hempstead, Herts., HP2 7TG, UK (IB-Pioneer 55/46/40S3D13N-GB-131127V2)

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