TABLE OF CONTENTS IMPORTANT SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS ...1 Important Information...1 Safety Precautions...2 Important Safety Instructions...4 GENERAL INFORMATION...6 Feature...6 Controls and Ports of the Panel...7 Accessories ...9 Remote Control...10 INSTALLATION AND FUNCTION ADJUSTMENT ...12 Installation...12 How to remove the BASE...15 Function adjustment ...16 TROUBLESHOOTING ...31 PC INPUT PRESET TIMMING TABLE...34 PRODUCT SPECIFICATION ...35...
IMPORTANT SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS This wide active matrix TFT (thin film transistor) liquid crystal monitor is designed for use as a stand alone TV as well as a display device for video electronics appliances and personal computers. Important Information Warning : To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
Safety Precautions 1. Cleaning : Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet before cleaning the product. Use a damp cloth to clean the product. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. 2. Water and moisture : Do not use the product near water or areas of high moisture content such as swimming pools, bathtubs or wet basements.
7. Stand : Do not place the product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod or table. Placing the product on an unstable base can cause the product to fall, resulting in serious personal injuries as well as damage to the product. Use only a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the product.
Important Safety Instructions 1. Read these instructions. 2. Keep these instructions. 3. Heed all warnings. 4. Follow all instructions. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water. 6. Clean only with dry cloth. 7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
13. Unplug the apparatus during lightening storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in an way, such as power-supply cord is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has dropped.
GENERAL INFORMATION Feature Your TV is designed with the latest technology and is a high-performance unit that includes the following special feature : Multi-sources input included RF IN, D-SUB, HDMIx2, Compositex2, S-Videox2, and Componentx2. Built-in combo tuner is able to receive ATSC, NTSC and Clear QAM Cable signals. Built-in 15W dual channel speakers.
Controls and Ports of the Panel Power indicator Disc insert port FUNCTION KEYS MENU : Display the main menu. When OSD is appeared, press the button to select or access the sub-menu. 2. VOLUME (+ / -) : Increase/decrease the volume or be the left/right arrow button for menu. 3.
1. HDMI1 input Connect to an external video device such as HD digital cable/satellite receiver, HD STB, Media center PC, or DVD player 2. HDMI2 input 3. HDMI Audio input(R/L) Connect the audio input if you using a DVI-to-HDMI converter. Using a 15-pin VGA cable, connect to a computer.
Remote Control Power Switch TV power on/off. Switch to TV Switch to PC Switch to DVD YPbPr Switch to YPbPr HDMI Switch to HDMI Video Switch to all video source Favorite Select, remove or add your favorite channel. Press Favorite(A, B, C)key to access favorite list. Use arrow keys and enter key to select, add or remove the channel from favorite list.
Guide Broadcast program information. Info. Display the source and channel information. DVD Menu Press to enter DVD Menu. Setup Press to enter DVD Menu setup. Play/Pause The play/pause function of DVD. Stop The stop function of DVD. Previous section Press to the previous section. Next section Press to the next section.
NOTES ．Dot : The Dot Drop List is menu list of all the virtual channels available on the current physical channel for the user to select. The user can utilize this function for quicker access to all the available virtual channels instead of channeling through each channel.
3. Connect power cables Connect the power cord to the LCD TV then to a proper AC outlet. IMPORTANT: The power input voltage for TV is 120Vac, before beginning; make sure all devices are turned off. 4. Turn Power On Press the power button on the right side of the LCD TV, or press the power (Red) button on the remote control.
Function adjustment There are four main Setup Menus; these are Settings, Channels, Locks and Guide. All the functions can be adjusted either by the remote control or by using the control keys on the LCD TV’s right side. Viewing OSD Menu To display the main menu, press the Menu button on the right side of front control keys of the LCD TV or the MENU key on the remote control.
Video settings: Press arrow keys to select or adjust your favorite picture settings. DONE button to close picture setting menu. Screen Fit: Adjust your TV screen to handle different picture formats. Standard/Fill/Overscan Color Temp.: Press arrow keys to select or adjust your preferred color temperature settings.
Audio Setting Bass, Treble & Balance Use arrow keys to adjust the bass, treble and balance. Optical Out Select AC3/PCM Analog Preference Select an analog audio preference if TV signal is analog. Mono/Stereo/SAP Digital Preference Select language preference for digital channels. English/French/Spanish Settings...
Close Captions Basic Selection Choose the type of closed caption settings to use for programs broadcast with basic caption. Advanced Selection Use arrow keys to adjust closed caption appearance such as font and size, each change can be previewed on bottom of menu. Caption Preference Select Always Basic/Always Advanced/Automatic.
Date & Time Set Date & Time. Menu Language Use arrow keys to adjust Menu Language Input Autosource™ Autosource™ will detect a new incoming signal and automatically switch the input source to the connection of the new source’s device.
Power Management Set TV power saving modes(Normal/quick boot-up time, but large power consumption; Energy saving/longer boot-up time, but small power consumption.) Power On Plug Set TV power on memory when un-plug power cord and re-plug it.(ON/automatic power-on memory; OFF/no automatic power-on) System Info Display important system info, you may need the information when calling customer service or troubleshooting such as firmware version and micro version.
RESET ALL Reset all settings back to factory defaults. Reset will delete all settings you have made including channel list. Channels Master Channel list To display which channels have been scanned.
Scan Channels To auto scan current available channels by using “Antenna or cable” scan. Favorites To display which channels have been set for Favorites. Find Channel Enter channel number via number key then press DONE button to find a channel. You may be required to enter four digits pin number if pin number was set before.
Channel Name Edit Edit the channel name in channel list. Enter the edited channel, press “enter” button of remote control, shows “Change name” menu. You can compile the name you like, then press “Done” button, the edition is to be finished. Locks Lock feature prevents viewers from watching programs that are not age-appropriate, such as programs containing violence or adult language.
Rating Locks Select which USA or Canada rating you want to set. USA TV Rating TV Y All children TV Y7 For older children TV G General audience TV PG Parental guidance suggested TV 14 Parental strongly cautioned TV MA Mature audience only USA Movie Rating General audience Parental guidance suggested...
Canada-English Children Children eight years and older General programming, suitable for all audience Parental guidance Viewers 14 year and older Adult programming Channel Locks To set which channels are locked, use arrow keys to lock one or more channels. Select button on menu to lock and unlock channels. Front Panel Locks Press Enter to enable or disables the Front Panel buttons.
Chang PIN Change and set up new PIN, press number keys to enter old PIN and new PIN, the must be four digits. DVD Locks Set up the DVD Rating Locks. RESET LOCKS Press Reset button to reset all channel and rating locks.
Guide Show program information for the current channel, such as signal strength, resolution, channel number, V-chip, CC, and Program Title. DVD Menu Down Mix Set the DVD Down Mix to Stereo or LT/RT.
Repeat Press ENTER to scroll repeat option: CHAPTER, TITLE, ALL. Demo Mode Press select to set the DVD demo mode ON/OFF. ON ：Repeat playback OFF：Turn off repeat playback Subtitle Press select to set the DVD subtitle function. (only available for DVD) Auto Wake Press select to set the Auto Wake ON/OFF.
Audio Select To select Audio language. (only available for DVD) Reset DVD Reset DVD to factory settings, clearing any adjustments you have made.
TROUBLESHOOTING There is no picture or sound. ▪ Make sure the AC adapter is connected. ▪ Verify that there is a valid source signal. ▪ Make sure the correct input mode is selected. There is no picture from AV. ▪ Make sure the BRIGHTNESS is properly adjusted. ▪...
Picture is light or improperly tinted. The picture is too dark. Remote control does not work. There are stripes on the screen or colors fade. ▪ Check the Hue, Saturation and Color adjustments. ▪ Reset the TV to the factory default settings. ▪...
The picture is not sharp. ▪ The signal source may be weak. ▪ The provider may be experiencing difficulties. ▪ Check input connections. ▪ Check the Sharpness of Picture Settings. The picture moves. ▪ The source signal may be weak. ▪...
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION ITEMS Screen Size Aspect Ratio Panel Resolution Display colors Viewing Angle (CR>10) Broadcasting System Receiving Channel TV Function Sound System Resolution Data Broadcasting Composite Signal Video Input Y, C Signal Component Signal HDMI Connection PC Input VGA Connection Scanning Frequency Audio 1 Audio Input...
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