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HP High-Definition DLP™ TV
User's Guide
IDB5220N, ID5226N, ID5286N


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    HP High-Definition DLP™ TV User’s Guide IDB5220N, ID5226N, ID5286N...

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    The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

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    If so, your HP authorized service provider can provide you with details. HP is not responsible for any tariffs or duties that may be incurred in transferring the products. Transfer of the products may be covered by export controls issued by the United States or other governments.

  • Page 4: Limitation Of Liability

    These terms and conditions supersede any prior agreements or representations – including representations made in HP sales literature or advice given to you by HP or an agent or employee of HP – that may have been made in connection with your purchase or lease of the HP Hardware Product. No change to the conditions of this Limited Warranty is valid unless it is made in writing and signed by an authorized representative of HP.

  • Page 5: Types Of Warranty Service

    The Limited Warranty Period for an HP Hardware Product is a specified, fixed period commencing on the date of purchase. The date on your sales receipt is the date of purchase unless HP or your reseller informs you otherwise in writing.

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    HP will ship a replacement product directly to you. On receiving the replacement unit you will be required to return the defective unit back to HP, in the packaging that arrives with the replacement unit, within a defined period of time, normally fifteen (15) days.

  • Page 7: Register Now

    • Email updates containing notifications about products and the most recent support alerts. • The HP Newsgram, our monthly online magazine packed full of product news, support tips, project ideas, and much more. Visit us at: Protect Your Investment Obtaining a Warranty Upgrade Upgrade your standard factory warranty for up to 3 years of coverage with an extended service plan.

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    Safety Markings and Warnings CAUTION: The HP television stand is included in select models. The screws supplied with the television stand must be used to attach the stand to the television to avoid injury from tipping. Only use the screws provided with these HP television stand models TS-5220 and TS-5226.

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    If you have an LED television, you will have this additional label: If your configuration includes a television stand, the stand will include this label: A PRODUCT OF CHINA UN PRODUCTO DE CHINA TV STAND UN PRODUIT DE CHINE TS-5220/TS-5226...

  • Page 11: Symbols

    Symbols Symbol Purpose This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of dangerous voltage within the television’s enclosure that may be of sufficient potential to constitute a risk of electric shock to people. This symbol on the television is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the television.

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    2 feet (0.5 m) away from the television’s vents. 19. Do not allow food, small objects, or liquid to get inside the television. If this should occur, contact HP for assistance. There are no user-serviceable parts inside except as described elsewhere in this manual.

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    CAUTION: CAUTION: In addition to these general precautions, be sure to observe the following precautions when using external television antennas and cable systems with your new television. Failure to observe these precautions could result in fire, bodily injury, and damage to your television. •...

  • Page 15: Safety Information

    Regulatory Information This section presents information that shows how your TV complies with regulations in certain regions. Any modifications to your TV not expressly approved by HP could void the authority to operate the TV in these regions. U.S.A. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Limited Warranty, Refurbished Limited Warranty, and License Information... Safety Markings and Warnings... Symbols ...xi Important Safety Instructions ...xi Safety Information ...xv Mercury Safety ...xv Regulatory Information ...xv U.S.A..xv Responsible Party ...xv 1 Setting Up the Television ...

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    Turning Off the Television ... 21 Completing the Basic Setup ... 21 Finding Your Available Channels Setting the Time and Date ... 22 2 Using the Photo Viewer ... 23 About Picture Viewer ... 23 Inserting Your Memory Card Into the Television Removing a Memory Card ...

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    Cleaning the Television ... 41 Forgotten Passwords ... 41 Replacing the Lamp Module ... 41 Replacing the LED Module ... 43 6 Support and Repair ... 45 Contacting HP Technical Support ... 45 7 Reference Information ... 47 Specifications ... 47...

  • Page 21: Setting Up The Television

    Features Your new high-definition television from HP comes equipped with many features, including the new Photo Viewer. Photo Viewer enables you to view individual photos on your television, have a slideshow of your photos, and even print your photos through the television.

  • Page 22: Accessories

    Try to locate the television’s input devices to minimize the lengths of cables connecting them to the television. Use an HP television stand or other quality stand to keep equipment close to the television. If any cable is longer than 10 ft (3 m), consider replacing it with a high-quality, low-loss cable for best video and audio quality.

  • Page 23: Installing Batteries In The Remote Control

    Installing Batteries in the Remote Control On the back of the remote control, press the latch on the battery cover and lift off the cover. Insert two AAA batteries (observe the + marks on the batteries). Insert the tab on the battery cover into the case, and then snap the cover into place.

  • Page 24: Available Connections

    Available Connections Your television provides convenient access to video and audio cable connections at the rear and side of the unit. Back Panel Item Antenna input connector Cable connector PictBridge connector HDMI™ input connectors CableCARD PCMIA Slot Composite A/V inputs Component A/V inputs DVI audio input Audio outputs...

  • Page 25: Choosing And Locating Your Video Connections

    Highest quality Standard Quality All the connections shown are available on the back panel of your new HP HDTV, except the DVI-to-HDMI connection. Take a few minutes and inspect your home entertainment equipment to find the available ports. Choose the highest- quality connection on each, and use that connection to connect to the television.

  • Page 26: Choosing And Locating Your Audio Connections

    Choosing and Locating Your Audio Connections Audio Output Jacks Connect to an audio receiver or amplifier for fixed-level output. DVI Audio Input Jacks Connect your DVI audio cables when using a DVI-to-HDMI connection. Setting Up the Television...

  • Page 27: Choosing And Completing Your Video Connections

    Choosing and Completing Your Video Connections Cabling for HDMI, DVI-D, Component, S-Video, and Composite Connections The following diagrams show how to connect video devices with different video outputs. (Connecting multiple units is covered later in the manual.) Use the highest-quality connection available on your device. HDMI Connection •...

  • Page 28: Component-video (ypbpr) Connection

    Component-Video (YPbPr) Connection • Component-video cable (three RCA connectors) • Stereo RCA cable (two RCA connectors) NOTE: You can connect to the Component 1 and Component 2 inputs on the television. S-Video Connection • S-video cable • Stereo RCA cable (two RCA connectors) S-Video NOTE: You can connect to the Video 1 and Video 2 inputs on the television.

  • Page 29: Composite-video Connection

    Composite-Video Connection • Composite-video/audio cable (three RCA) or separate video and audio cables Video NOTE: You can connect to the Video 1, and Video 2 inputs on the television. Both the S-video and composite- video connections are supported for each of these two inputs. Connecting Your Other Equipment If you have a television antenna, cable service, or other equipment not shown above, use one of the basic connections listed in the following tables.

  • Page 30: Antenna Only

    Antenna Only If your antenna cable has a standard coaxial connector, connect the cable as shown. TIP: If your antenna has flat, twin-lead cable or other type of cable, connect the antenna cable to a coaxial adapter, then connect the adapter to the television antenna input. To do this...

  • Page 31: Standard Cable

    Standard Cable If your cable service does not require a set-top cable box (STB), connect the cable as shown. This setup enables you to watch unscrambled channels. NOTE: Use this connection if you install a CableCARD module in your television. See “Installing a CableCARD Module”...

  • Page 32: Satellite Receiver

    • If all cable channels are scrambled, connect the incoming cable directly to the cable box (omit the splitter and omit the connection to the television cable input). • You can eliminate the cable box if your cable provider can install a CableCARD module in the television. See “Installing a CableCARD Module”...

  • Page 33: Cable With Cable Box/dvr

    Cable with Cable Box/DVR If you have standard cable service and your cable box is equipped with a personal digital video recorder (DVR), connect your system as shown. This setup also enables you to record one channel while viewing another. •...

  • Page 34: Cable Box And Vcr/dvr

    Cable Box and VCR/DVR If you have a set-top cable box (STB) and a VCR or personal digital video recorder (DVR), connect them as shown. NOTE: • If your devices have different connectors than those shown, use the highest-quality video connection available.

  • Page 35: Satellite Receiver And Vcr/dvr

    Satellite Receiver and VCR/DVR If you have a satellite receiver and a VCR or personal digital video recorder (DVR), connect them as shown. NOTE: If your devices have different connectors than those shown, use the highest-quality video connections available. Observe the color-coding on all connectors. To do this...

  • Page 36: Dvd Player Or Video Gaming Device

    DVD Player or Video Gaming Device If you have a DVD player, video gaming device, or other device with a standard video output, connect it as shown. • If your devices have different connectors than those shown, use the highest-quality video connections available.

  • Page 37: Audio: Surround Sound Or Av Receiver

    NOTE: • Observe the color-coding on all connectors. • You can disable the television speakers and listen to only the stereo speakers. • The volume buttons on the television remote control normally adjust the television volume. This means you do not have to adjust the volume on the stereo system. To do this...

  • Page 38: Computer

    Using a CableCARD Module What is a CableCARD Module? The CableCARD feature built into your new HP HDTV provides a point of access for cable services in your area without the need for a set-top cable box (STB). The CableCARD feature allows you to decrypt digital cable and use higher-quality components to handle scaling and display of cable channels.

  • Page 39: Installing A Cablecard Module

    Installing a CableCARD Module You must obtain the CableCARD module from your local cable provider. After installing the card, follow any setup instructions provided with the card. The following figure shows a typical CableCARD module, and is for illustration only. Turn off the television.

  • Page 40: Turning On The Television

    Turning on the Television • Press the power button on the front of the television or on the remote control. Item Power Menu Volume Arrows The television might take a minute or so to warm up and display a bright picture. NOTE: It is normal for parts of the television and the air coming out of the vents to be very warm.

  • Page 41: Turning Off The Television

    Turning Off the Television • Press the power button on the television or on the remote control. The internal fans continue to run for a short time during the cool-down period. Even though the television is off, it continues to use a small amount of power. If you turn on the television again during the cool-down period, the television might not turn on as quickly as usual.

  • Page 42: Setting The Time And Date

    Setting the Time and Date NOTE: The time and date will only appear when the Guide button is pressed. Press Menu. Press the left and right arrow buttons to select the Source menu. Press OK. Press the up and down arrows to select Time. Press OK. Use the left or right arrows to select Clock and press OK.

  • Page 43: Using The Photo Viewer

    2 Using the Photo Viewer About Picture Viewer Using Photo Viewer you can view your digital pictures on your HD television. You can view individual pictures, rotate pictures, view slideshows of your pictures, and even print your pictures through the ease of the television’s remote control.

  • Page 44: Browsing Pictures

    Browsing Pictures This feature allows you to view and search through all the photos on your memory card. On the remote control, press Menu. Use the left and right arrow buttons to select Browse, then press OK. The photos are then displayed as thumbnails. To view a photo full-screen, use the left and right arrow buttons to highlight the photo, then press OK.

  • Page 45: Printing Pictures

    Printing Pictures Your printer must use PictBridge technology. If it does not, you will not be able to print photos through the television. NOTE: When printing photos, note that your printer may not support all of the available print options. When you access the Print screen, only the available options will be shown.

  • Page 46: Printing All Tagged Photos

    Printing all tagged photos To print all tagged photos: Insert the memory card into the television. Connect the printer to the television. Turn on the printer. Tag the photo(s) you want to print. Refer to “Tagging and Untagging Pictures” on page 24. On the remote control, press Menu.

  • Page 47: Troubleshooting Problems

    Troubleshooting Problems Problem The printer outputs a blank Possible Cause: There is a mismatch between the paper size selected and the sheet of paper. paper in the printer. Solution: Restart the print job and specify a paper size that matches the paper loaded in the printer.

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    Problem You mark images for printing Possible Cause: The memory card was write-protected, so the rotation and remove the memory card. information could not be saved. The next time the card is Solution: On the memory card, change the write-protection feature so that you inserted, the printing can write to the camera card and try again.

  • Page 49: Watching Television

    3 Watching Television Overview of the Remote Control Use the remote control to control all aspects of operating the television. On-screen menus will guide you through the controls and features. When using the remote control, point it at the panel on the front of the television. Item Function Power...

  • Page 50: Using Your Remote Control

    Using Your Remote Control NOTE: Before using the remote control, install two AAA batteries. See “Installing Batteries in the Remote Control” on page 3. To do this... Turn the television on or off Change the channel Adjust the volume View a different source Adjust the picture Changing the Channel •...

  • Page 51: Adjusting The Volume

    • To view all available channels, Press Guide, then Ch+ or Ch- and OK. Adjusting the Volume NOTE: The volume buttons on the remote control always change the volume of the television speakers. They do not change the volume of any external sound system. Viewing Closed Captions Your new television enables you to view closed captioning for certain shows and movies received on the television antenna input and cable input.

  • Page 52: Selecting A Video Source

    Selecting a Video Source • To choose from a list of sources, press Source, use the arrows to select the source, then press OK. • To display information about the current source, press Info. Using Dual Picture Mode NOTE: To use dual picture mode, one of the pictures must be from the antenna or cable source. However, you cannot view the antenna and cable sources at the same time.

  • Page 53: Applying Parental Controls

    Applying Parental Controls The television enables you to control the display of certain types of shows, movies, and channels, such as programs received on the antenna input and cable input. NOTE: If you have a set-top cable box (STB) or satellite receiver not connected to the television’s antenna input or cable input, you cannot use the television’s controls to block programs for this source.

  • Page 54: Rating Systems

    A rating icon is also displayed after every commercial break for all rated programs. Rating Description USA television age ratings TV-Y All children TV-Y7 Directed to children age 7 and above TV-G...

  • Page 55: Adjusting The Television

    4 Adjusting the Television Adjusting the Size (Aspect) of the Picture Video images come in several different sizes, depending on the video content and the source device. If a picture does not fit the shape of your television screen, you have several choices: •...

  • Page 56: Adjusting Other Picture Settings

    Go to the Brightness menu. Adjust to the highest setting that still gives the darkest black for black areas. You can view black objects or shadowed areas. Go to Contrast. Adjust to the highest setting that does not wash out fine detail in bright areas. You can view bright clouds or textured white areas.

  • Page 57: Setting Up Favorite Channels

    Setting Up Favorite Channels You can quickly tune to your most-watched cable channels by creating a list of favorite channels. Only channels received through cable input can be included in the list of favorite channels — antenna channels cannot be included. To tune to a favorite cable channel: •...

  • Page 58: Advanced Picture Menu

    For standard television programs, sets the type of sound: stereo, monaural, or a secondary audio program (SAP). DTV audio For DTV (Digital TV), sets the language of the audio program. ™ Virtualized 5.1 surround sound experience over two speakers. SRS TruSurround XT Advanced sound Adjusts advanced sound settings.

  • Page 59: Setup Menu

    Places a password on channels based on their content. Movie blocking Allows or blocks movies with specific movie ratings. TV blocking Allows or blocks programs with specific television ratings. Menu timeout Sets how many seconds the on-screen menu waits for input before it closes.

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    Adjusting the Television...

  • Page 61: Fixing Problems

    You can install a new lamp module anytime to bring the television up to factory-fresh brightness. We recommend replacing the lamp module after approximately 6000 hours of service. HP replacement lamp: L21 14A CAUTION: We recommend that the lamp be exchanged at or before the end of the lamp’s rated life —...

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    For disposal or recycling information, contact your local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance at • You can find safety information about the lamp at • Consult the installation instructions packed with the replacement lamp module for any updates to the following.

  • Page 63: Replacing The Led Module

    Replacing the LED Module The LED module is not a customer-replaceable part. If this part is need of repair, contact HP service personnel. Refer to “Support and Repair” on page 45. Fixing Problems...

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    Fixing Problems...

  • Page 65: Support And Repair

    Before calling HP for support, be sure to try steps 1 and 2, above. If you can’t solve the problem using these resources, call an HP service technician at one of the numbers listed below. Please make sure to have your television easily in reach, and be ready to provide the following information: •...

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    For Repair Service If you suspect that your HP television needs repair, call HP telephone support. An HP service technician will diagnose the problem and coordinate the repair process. HP support will direct you to the best solution, through either an authorized service provider or an HP facility.

  • Page 67: Reference Information

    This chapter lists the specifications, safety information, and regulatory information for the HP HDTV (High-Definition Television). Specifications Because HP continually improves its products, the following specifications are subject to change. For the latest specifications, visit the HP Web site at IDB5220N (Lamp) Screen 52"...

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    Lamp 150 W 6000-hour average lamp life (to half of original brightness) HP replacement lamp module: L2114A Security V-chip for antenna and cable inputs Parental lock prevents viewing of unapproved content and channels Power 120 V nominal at 60 Hz 300 W (lamp) maximum;...

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