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USER'S MANUAL
MANUEL DE L'UTILISATEUR
MANUAL DEL USUARIO
SK-26H570D
SK-32H570D
Widescreen DVD Combo
Combo Lecteur à Écran Géant
Combo DVD Pantalla Grande

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  • Page 1 USER’S MANUAL MANUEL DE L’UTILISATEUR MANUAL DEL USUARIO SK-26H570D SK-32H570D Widescreen DVD Combo Combo Lecteur à Écran Géant Combo DVD Pantalla Grande...
  • Page 2 Westinghouse Digital Electronics Santa Fe Springs, CA SE-UM-2607-0701...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS IMPORTANT INFORMATION 1. WARNING ...2 2. SAFETY GUIDELINES ...3 3. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...4 4. ANTENNA INSTALLATION SAFETY ...6 5. CLEANING THE LCD TV ...6 6. DISC USAGE ...7 SYSTEM TOUR 1. PACKAGE CONTENTS ...9 2. TV CONTROLS ...10 3.
  • Page 4: Important Information

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION 1. WARNING...
  • Page 5: Safety Guidelines

    Connect the LCD TV to an outlet on a circuit separate from to which the receiver is connected. • If the interference persists even after performing the above measures, consult the Westinghouse Service Center or an experienced radio/TV technician for assistance.
  • Page 6: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION 3. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Make sure to note and follow all warnings and instructions marked on the LCD TV. Observe the following safety instructions. ・Read and understand all the safety and operating instructions in this manual before you use the LCD TV. ・Keep this user manual for future reference.
  • Page 7: Warnings And Precautions

    ・If the LCD TV emits smoke, abnormal noise, or a strange odor, immediately turn it off and contact the Westinghouse Service Center by: ・logging on to www.wde.com ・contacting the Westinghouse Customer Service at (866) 287-5555. ・e-mailing us at service@wde.com IMPORTANT INFORMATION...
  • Page 8: Antenna Installation Safety

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION 4. ANTENNA INSTALLATION SAFETY Outdoor Antenna Grounding If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the LCD TV, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded to prevent voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANS/NFPA 70, provides information on proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
  • Page 9: Disc Usage

    6. DISC USAGE To handle discs: • Hold the disc by its edges. Do not touch the surface of the disc. • Do not attach paper labels or stickers to the disc. To clean discs: • Wipe the disc with a clean, dry cloth from the center outward toward the edges. •...
  • Page 10 IMPORTANT INFORMATION Region Management Information This unit supports DVDs with a region code of 1 or ALL. Some DVDs that have no region code label may still be subject to area restrictions and therefore not playable. Disc Contents Structure Normally, DVDs are divided into titles, and the titles are sub-divided into chapters. Video CDs and audio CDs are divided into tracks.
  • Page 11: System Tour

    SYSTEM TOUR 1. PACKAGE CONTENTS 26"/32” LCD TV/DVD Unit Remote Control (with 2x AAA batteries) LCD TV/DVD Base Base Screws (4x) and Screwdriver (1x) Power Cord Quick Connect Guide User Manual Warranty Card...
  • Page 12: Tv Controls

    SYSTEM TOUR 2. TV CONTROLS 1. MENU Display the LCD TV setup screen. 2. VOL + / - During playback, adjust thevolume. In a menu screen, select an item. 3. CH + / - During TV viewing, adjust the channel. In a menu screen, select an item. 4.
  • Page 13: Terminals

    3. TERMINALS SYSTEM TOUR 1. Service For service/maintenance purposes only. 2. PC Audio Input Connect to the audio out port (green) of a computer. 3. VGA Using a 15-pin VGA cable, connect to a computer or other device with a VGA output. 4.
  • Page 14: Remote Control

    SYSTEM TOUR 4. REMOTE CONTROL Toggle the TV power on and off. 1. Power 2. Mute Mute the sound. Press it again to toggle the sound back on. 3. Eject Eject the disc from the disc slot. 4. PC Enable VGA as the input source. 5.
  • Page 15 SYSTEM TOUR 17. Return Switch to the previous channel. 18. Arrow keys Navigate through the on-screen ▲/▼/◄/► menu selections. 19. Info Display the input source or channel information. 20. Stop Stop playback. 21. Setup Display the DVD setup menu. Go to page 56 for more information.
  • Page 16: Installation

    INSTALLATION 1. LCD TV BASE (1) Open the LCD TV carton box. (2) Remove the LCD TV base from the carton box. (3) Remove the two top carton stabilizers from the LCD TV. (4) Remove the protective plastic covering the LCD TV. (5) Grasp the two sides of the LCD TV and then pull it out of the carton box.
  • Page 17 INSTALLATION (9) Align the base to the bottom side of the LCD TV. (10) Secure the base to the LCD TV with the four bundled screws. (11) Carefully orient the LCD TV in an upright position.
  • Page 18: Remote Control Batteries

    INSTALLATION 2. REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES (1) Remove the battery cover. (2) Insert the batteries. Make sure the (+) and (−) marks on the batteries match those inside the compartment. (3) Re-attach the battery cover. CAUTION: (1) Only use AAA batteries. (2) Do not mix new and old batteries.
  • Page 19: Antenna Connection

    3. ANTENNA CONNECTION Outdoor Antenna Connection ► NOTE: The F-type connector should be finger-tightened only. When connecting the RF cable to the LCD TV, do not tighten F-type connector with any tool. If tools are used, it may cause damage to the LCD TV (e.g. breaking of internal circuit). 75-ohm coaxial cable INSTALLATION F-type connector...
  • Page 20 INSTALLATION Cable TV (CTV/DTV) Connection The unit has a TV tuner (75 ohm coaxial cable connector) located on the right I/O panel for for easy cable hookup. When connecting the 75 ohm coaxial cable to the unit, screw the 75 ohm cable to the TV tuner. Some cable TV companies offer premium pay channels.
  • Page 21: External Device Connections

    4. EXTERNAL DEVICE CONNECTIONS You can enjoy picture and sound by connecting various audio-video devices to the terminals located on the left and right I/O panels of the LCD TV. IMPORTANT: Turn off the LCD TV first before connecting an external device to prevent any possible damage or physical injury.
  • Page 22 INSTALLATION • For more information about external device connections, see the operation manual of the external device you wish to connect to the LCD TV. • Make sure that the correct cables are connected to each terminal. Improper cable connections may cause damage to the LCD TV.
  • Page 23: Power Connection

    5. POWER CONNECTION Connect the power cord to the LCD TV then to a proper AC outlet. IMPORTANT: The LCD TV works on a 120 VAC, 60 Hz power input voltage ONLY. Turn off all connected devices before plugging in the power cord. 6.
  • Page 24: Basic Operation

    BASIC OPERATION 1. TURNING THE POWER ON AND OFF To turn on the power: Press on the control panel or on the remote control. A blue light will illuminate from inside the disc slot. To turn off the power: Press on the control panel or on the remote control.
  • Page 25: Changing Channels

    3. CHANGING CHANNELS There are several ways to change channels. Unless otherwise indicated, the buttons referred to in the following instructions are located on the remote control. Using the Ch ▲/▼ Buttons To browse through the available channels, press Ch▲ or Ch▼ on the remote control or on the control panel. Using the Channel Keys To use the Channel Select function: Key in the channel number using the 0 thru 9 buttons and then hold down the button for the last digit.
  • Page 26: Selecting The Input Source

    BASIC OPERATION 4. SELECTING THE INPUT SOURCE There are two ways to select the video input source. Using the Individual Input Keys Press any of the following remote control keys to change the input source: TV, DVD, PC, YPbPr, Video, or HDMI. Using the Input Key (1) Press Input.
  • Page 27: Setup Menus

    1. SETUP MENU OPERATION Use the setup menus to configure the various operational settings of the LCD TV. To display the setup menu screen: Press on the remote control or MENU on the control panel. To navigate through the setup menu screen: Use the buttons on the remote control or on the control panel to navigate through the menu screens.
  • Page 28: Menu Setting Screens

    SETUP MENUS 2. MENU SETTING SCREENS There are five primary LCD TV setup menus. For details on the options available for these menus, refer to the page numbers indicated below. In addition, there is one dedicated menu for DVD operation. Go to page 56 for more information on this menu.
  • Page 29 A. PICTURE Use the Picture sub-menus to configure the display quality. A-1 Settings Use the Settings sub-menu options to manually adjust the display quality. Use the ◄/► keys to adjust the option level. ► NOTE: The configuration settings for the Picture sub-menus will only be applied to the current input source.
  • Page 30 SETUP MENUS A-2 View Mode Use this sub-menu to select the display's aspect ratio. Use the ▲/▼ keys to select the preferred setting. A-3 Presets Use this sub-menu to select one of five preset view options optimized for different viewing conditions. Preset Option Showroom Increased color and sharpness for a vibrant picture display.
  • Page 31 A-4 Advanced Select this sub-menu to adjust the picture quality in more detail. Feature Film Mode This feature improves the appearance of movies converted from film (originally encoded at 24 frames/second) to video, including DVD titles. When enabled picture is less jerky and has a cinematic picture quality. Dynamic Contrast This feature enables automatic contrast adjustment based on the picture brightness.
  • Page 32 SETUP MENUS A-5 Reset Select Yes on this sub-menu to reset all Picture-related settings.
  • Page 33 B. AUDIO Use the Audio sub-menus to configure the audio quality. These settings apply to the LCD TV speakers, not to any connected audio device. B-1 Bass / B-2 Treble / B-3 Balance Use these sub-menus to adjust the sound pitch quality and the balance between the L/R speakers. Press ◄/►...
  • Page 34 SETUP MENUS B-4 Analog Audio Use this sub-menu to select the preferred audio stream for viewing analog TV programs. Signal Mono Only one of the speaker channels is used to broadcast audio signals (single stream). Stereo Both speaker channels are used to broadcast audio signals (L/R streams). SAP (Second Audio Program) enables audio signals to be broadcasted in a second language.
  • Page 35 B-6 SPDIF Use this sub-menu to select the preferred audio format for SPDIF audio signals. B-7 Level Set Use this sub-menu to select the target inputs to apply the audio settings to. ► NOTE: SPDIF is only available when watching DVDs or digital TV. Press to cycle between options.
  • Page 36 SETUP MENUS B-8 TV Speaker Use this sub-menu to toggle the LCD TV speakers on and off. Press to cycle between options. B-9 Reset Select Yes on this sub-menu to reset all Audio-related settings.
  • Page 37 C. CHANNELS Use the Channel sub-menus to view the channel list and to scan for available TV channels in your area. C-1 Channel List Use this sub-menu to view the list of all available TV channels saved in the unit's memory. You can choose to enable/disable all available channels or to enable the digital ones only.
  • Page 38 SETUP MENUS C-2 Antenna Scan Select Yes on this sub-menu to scan for available over-the-air and digital channels in your area. C-3 Cable Scan Select Yes on this sub-menu to scan for available cable and digital channels in your area.
  • Page 39 D. SETTINGS Use the Settings sub-menus to configure the LCD TV operational setup and view the current firmware version. D-1 Closed Captions Use the Closed Captions sub-menus to configure the settings for closed captioning (CC, also known as subtitles) in TV programs. CC are primarily intended to allow people who are deaf or hard of hearing to access TV programs.
  • Page 40 SETUP MENUS D-1-1 Closed Caption Use this sub-menu to enable or disable closed captioning in TV programs. Press to cycle between the OFF and ON settings. D-1-2 Basic Selection Use this sub-menu to select the preferred closed captioning content. Most closed caption content can be found within the CC1 setting.
  • Page 41 D-1-3 Advanced Selection Use this sub-menu to select enhanced closed captioning content. D-1-4 Advanced Appearance Use this sub-menu to customized the way closed captions are displayed. (1) Use the ◄/►/▲/▼ keys to select a CC aspect. (2) Press (3) Select Done, and then press SETUP MENUS ►...
  • Page 42 SETUP MENUS D-1-5 Caption Preference Use this sub-menu to select which CC mode to implement for TV programs providing CC content. D-1-6 Reset Captions Select Yes on this sub-menu to reset all CC-related settings. Use the CC Basic Selection setting. Use the CC Advanced Selection setting.
  • Page 43 D-2 Sleep Timer Use this sub-menu to select the duration after which the TV will automatically turn off. D-3 PC/VGA Use this sub-menu to configure VGA-related settings applicable when you connect the TV to a computer. SETUP MENUS Disables the sleep timer function. Select a sleep timer setting.
  • Page 44 SETUP MENUS D-4 Menu Language Use this sub-menu to select which language to use for on-screen menus. D-5 Date & Time Use this sub-menu to configure the system clock and time zone settings. You can also choose to enable the Daylight Saving Time (DST) and Auto Update functions.
  • Page 45 D-5-1 Set Date / D-5-2 Set Time / D-5-3 Time Zone Use these sub-menus to configure the system clock and time zone settings. ► NOTE: The system date and time settings are not configurable if the Auto Update function is enabled. Clock settings will depend on the TV broadcast stream.
  • Page 46 SETUP MENUS D-6 Power Mode Use this sub-menu to select the LCD TV behavior when it is turned off. D-6 Autosource Use this sub-menu to toggle the Autosource function on or off. Press to cycle between options. Mode Normal The TV enters a low-power standby state (backlight is turned off).
  • Page 47 D-8 Custom Label Use this sub-menu to assign a device label for each of the input terminals. These labels will be displayed when you press any of the individual input source keys. D-9 FW Version Use this sub-menu to view the firmware version and the current input source. SETUP MENUS (1) Use the ▲/▼...
  • Page 48 SETUP MENUS D-10 Reset All Select Yes on this sub-menu to reset all LCD TV operational settings. Do this only if any of the following conditions occurs: • The system fails to respond to the remote control (make sure the remote control batteries are still working and that you are within the transmission range).
  • Page 49 E. LOCKS Use the Locks sub-menus to change the system PIN and set allowable video content for TV programs and DVD titles based on their rating levels. E-1 Ratings Locks Use this sub-menu to set allowable video content for TV programs (using the TV tuner) based on their rating levels.
  • Page 50 SETUP MENUS E-1-1 Block Unrated Shows Use this sub-menu to block viewing of all unrated TV programs. E-1-2 USA Use this sub-menu to select the rating levels (based on US ratings) of allowable TV programs and movies.
  • Page 51 E-1-2-1 USA - TV Use this sub-menu to select the ratings of allowable TV programs. These ratings are determined by the Federal Communications Commision (FCC). Age-based Rating Content Designation TV-Y TV-Y7 TV-G TV-PG TV-14 TV-MA ► NOTE: Selecting a lower age-based rating block takes precedence over content-rating designation. SETUP MENUS (1) Use the ◄/►/▲/▼...
  • Page 52 SETUP MENUS E-1-2-2 USA - Movie Use this sub-menu to select the ratings of allowable movies. These ratings are determined by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). Rating Definition General Audience Admitted Parental Guidance Suggested PG-13 Parents Strongly Cautioned Restricted NC-17 N o O n e 1 7 a n d...
  • Page 53 E-1-3 Canada Use this sub-menu to select the classification categories (based on Canadian ratings) of allowable TV programs and movies. E-1-3-1 CAN - French Use this sub-menu to select the ratings of allowable TV programs and movies. These ratings are based on the classification categories determined by La Régie du cinéma du Québec.
  • Page 54 SETUP MENUS E-1-3-2 CAN - English Use this sub-menu to select the ratings of allowable TV programs and movies based on the Canadian Home Video Rating System determined by the Canadian Motion Picture Distributors Association (CMPDA). Classification E-2 Change PIN Use this sub-menu to change the system PIN in case the original one has been compromised.
  • Page 55 E-3 DVD Locks Use this sub-menu to control the DVD content that can be played on the LCD TV. Use the ▲/▼ keys to select a DVD lock option. Option View All DVD titles can be viewed in its entirety. Kid Safe DVD content appropriate for children age 12 and under can be viewed.
  • Page 56: Dvd Player

    DVD PLAYER 1. PLAYING MULTIMEDIA FILES Use the DVD drive in this unit to play your favorite multimedia files. In addition to DVD playback, the unit also support playback for the following file formats: MP3, WMA, and JPEG. (1) Press on the control panel or on the remote control to turn on the LCD TV.
  • Page 57: Multimedia Modes

    2. MULTIMEDIA MODES The playback screen varies according to the media type—video (DVD), audio (MP3 or WMA), or picture (JPEG). • For DVD playback, the first chapter or title will be played unless the DVD has its own menu, then it would appear first.
  • Page 58: File Playback Controls

    DVD PLAYER 3. FILE PLAYBACK CONTROLS The remote control has eight dedicated keys for controlling file playback, as well as for accessing the DVD setup menu. Use these keys to control playback for all multimedia file formats supported by this unit. Name Icon Menu...
  • Page 59: Dvd Setup Menus

    4. DVD SETUP MENUS Use the DVD setup sub-menus to configure the way multimedia files are played in your LCD TV. To access the related setup screen, press Setup on the remote control. ► NOTE: Some DVDs have producer-specific DVD operational encodings. This will take precedence over the DVD playback settings of your LCD TV.
  • Page 60: Mp3/Wma/Jpeg Cd Information

    DVD PLAYER 5. MP3/WMA/JPEG CD INFORMATION This LCD TV/DVD unit requires discs/recordings to meet certain technical standards in order to achieve optimum playback quality. Pre-recorded DVDs are automatically set to these standards. Given the fact that technology in the optical disc market is still maturing, there are many different types of recordable disc formats that you can use to burn multimedia files into (e.g.
  • Page 61 MP3/WMA Encoding Information Observe the following standard, sample rate, and bit rate specifications when creating an MP3 or WMA CD. ・MP3 CD MPEG-1 Audio 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz 32 to 320 kbps (constant bit rate or variable bit rate) The recommended recording conditions for optimum sound quality is is 44.1 kHz sample rate and 128 kbps constant bit rate.
  • Page 62: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Item Specification Model Name SK-26H570D Panel Type Viewing angle Resolution Color ・VGA (75 ohms, 0.7 Vp-p) + PC audio-in (mini-stereo) Audio/Video Input Terminals H/V separated (TTL) for PC; fh: 30-63 kHz, fv: 50-75 Hz ・HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 + RCA (L/R) stereo ・TV tuner ・YPbPr 1 + RCA (L/R) stereo ・Composite 1 and Composite 2 + two RCA (L/R) stereos...
  • Page 63 Item Specification Model Name SK-32H570D Panel Type Viewing angle Resolution Color ・VGA (75 ohms, 0.7 Vp-p) + PC audio-in (mini-stereo) Audio/Video Input Terminals H/V separated (TTL) for PC; fh: 30-63 kHz, fv: 50-75 Hz ・HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 + RCA (L/R) stereo ・TV tuner...
  • Page 64: Troubleshooting

    If the problem condition persists even after performing the recommended corrective actions, contact us by: ・Logging on to www.wde.com ・Contacting the Westinghouse Customer Service at (866) 287-5555 or e-mail us at service@wde.com and select Settings | Reset All, and then Yes.
  • Page 65: Appendix A - Lcd Tv Base Removal

    APPENDIX A - LCD TV BASE REMOVAL If you intend to repack the LCD TV unit (for shipping or storage) or you want to change the installation to a wall mount option, you must first remove the LCD TV base. IMPORTANT: The LCD TV has VESA FPMPMI compliant 100 x 100 mm and 75 x 75 mm mounting holes.
  • Page 66: Appendix B - Safety Brackets

    APPENDIX B - SAFETY BRACKETS You can use the safety brackets located on the LCD TV's spine module cover to protect the unit from accidentally tipping over or from unwanted theft. 1. ANTI-TIPPING MECHANISM You can use the safety brackets to anchor the LCD TV in place by looping a security cable through the brackets and securing it to a surface that is strong enough to support the weight of the unit.
  • Page 67: Appendix C - Wall Mount Option

    APPENDIX C - WALL MOUNT OPTION The LCD TV has been fitted with two sets of VESA FPMPMI compliant mounting holes. These 100 x 100 mm and 75 x 75 mm mounting holes allow the unit to be mounted on a wall. IMPORTANT: Remove the LCD TV base first before mounting the unit on a wall.

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