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  • Page 3: Important Information

    Extended viewing of channels displaying these images should be avoided. Cable TV Installer: This reminder is provided to call your attention to Article 820- 40 of the National Electrical Code (Section 54 of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    WELCOME TO HDTV ...4 SETUP AND CONNECTIONS ... 5 Step 1: Unpack the System ... 6 Step 2: Connect Your TV to Other Components ... 6 Things to Know Before Connecting Components ... 6 Jacks and Cables ... 7 Front of the TV ... 8 Back of the TV ...

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    Setting the DIRECTV Spending Limit ... 55 Setting the DIRECTV Rating Limit ... 56 The TV Setup ... 57 Editing Channels in a TV List ... 57 Selecting or Deleting All TV Channels ... 57 Setting the TV Rating ... 58 The Rating Limit Screen ...

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    Running the System Test ... 82 Off-Air Guides ... 82 REFERENCE ...83 Troubleshooting ... 84 Care and Cleaning ... 85 RCA High Definition Television (HDTV) Limited Warranty ... 86 FCC Registration Information ... 86 Accessory Information ... 88 Index ... 91...

  • Page 8: Welcome To Hdtv

    (in NTSC format), digital terrestrial (in ATSC format), cable (in NTSC and ATSC formats), and digital satellite. This TV makes receiving all types of signals seamless. Below is an example of how your HDTV can receive the different types of signals.

  • Page 9: Setup And Connections

    This section tells you how to get your HDTV set up and connected. It describes the cables you will need, explains the front and back panels, and walks you through the steps needed to start using your TV. Setup and connections Setup and connections...

  • Page 10: Step 1: Unpack The System

    • Insert all cable plugs firmly into their jacks. • Place the audio/video cables to the sides of the TV’s back panel instead of straight down the middle after you connect your components. • Try not to coil any twin-lead cables; keep them away from the audio/video cables as much as possible.

  • Page 11: Jacks And Cables

    These jacks are required for antenna or cable connections. The RF and coaxial jacks on the TV are labeled SATELLITE IN, ANTENNA A IN, and ANTENNA B IN. An RF Jack RG-6 coaxial cable is required for all satellite signal distribution.

  • Page 12: Front Of The Tv

    DIRECTV mode, you scroll down through DIRECTV channels. In the menu system, CHv moves the highlight down and adjusts menu controls. CH ^ Scrolls up through the channel list. If you are in TV mode and press CH^, you scroll up through TV channels. If you subscribe to DIRECTV DIRECTV mode, you scroll up through DIRECTV channels.

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    Setup and Connections Making Connections to the Front Panel You can connect one of many types of devices to the TV’s front panel, such as a video game or camcorder for playback. To connect a device to the front panel: Open the small front panel door protecting the INPUT 4 jacks.

  • Page 14: Back Of The Tv

    Setup and Connections Back of the TV The diagram below describes each of the back panel jacks found on the TV. When connecting A/V cables, be sure to connect corresponding outputs and inputs (video to video, right audio to right audio, etc.).

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    FRONT SPEAKER INT. / EXT. (switch) Set to INT. if you want to use the internal TV speakers only or the interal TV speakers plus separate rear speakers. Set to EXT. if you want to use any combination of front external speakers. This switch does not turn off the TV center speaker.

  • Page 16: The Basic Connection

    (in this example, VID1) in the channel banner. Because the digital decoder is in the TV, not the VCR, digital channels cannot be recorded. If an off-air antenna is used, the VCR output should be viewed using one of the video inputs.

  • Page 17: The Advanced Connection

    Please Read Before Using the Digital Audio Out Jack This TV’s optical digital output jack fully complies with the international standard governing this type of jack (IEC958), and is designed for connection to a Dolby Digital (AC-3 or PCM) receiver or Dolby Digital (AC-3 or PCM) decoder. Older equipment, some of which is not fully compliant with IEC958, may not be compatible with the Dolby Digital bitstream.

  • Page 18: Connecting Speakers To The Tv

    Setup and Connections Connecting Speakers to the TV You can connect up to four additional speakers to the TV: two to the FRONT SPEAKER terminal, and two to the REAR SPEAKER terminal. If necessary, remove the vinyl covering from the ends of the speaker wire and twist the wire core.

  • Page 19: Connecting A Subwoofer

    “Adjusting TV Controls.” Connecting a Stereo Amplifier Connect the amplifier’s TV audio inputs to the left and right FIX/VARIABLE OUT jacks. You may prefer to turn off the TV’s internal speakers by selecting a speaker configuration with external speakers. Select Audio from the main menu and then select Speakers.

  • Page 20: Step 3: Place Batteries In The Remote Control

    Be sure to insert the plugs completely. To turn on the TV, press the TV or ON•OFF button on the remote control or the POWER button on the front panel. It may take several seconds for the TV to turn on.

  • Page 21: Using The Remote

    VCR. Important: Because this universal remote can control several different components (TV, VCR, etc.), it uses operational modes triggered by the component buttons. For example, if you want the remote to...

  • Page 22: Remote Control Buttons

    If in another component mode, (VCR, DVD, etc.) and programmed, the remote will turn the component on and off. When pressed twice within two seconds, all components that are on will be turned off (this feature only works with most RCA, PROSCAN, and GE products).

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    OK When in the menu system and other on-screen displays, selects highlighted items. MENU Brings up the main menu and selects highlighted items. When in using an RCA, GE, or PROSCAN VCR and in VCR mode, it functions as a PROGRAM button.

  • Page 24: Programming The Remote Control

    The universal remote can be programmed to control most brands of remote controllable components, such as VCRs. The remote is already programmed to control most RCA, GE and PROSCAN TVs, VCRs, DVD players, and laserdisc players. Testing the Remote Control...

  • Page 25: Using The Remote To Control A Component

    Using the Remote Using Direct Entry Turn on the component to be programmed. Look up the brand and code number(s) for the component on the code list in the section “Remote Control Codes” on the following page. Press and hold the remote control button you want to program. Enter the code from the code list.

  • Page 26: Remote Control Codes

    2009 Quartz ... 2011 Harwood ... 2061 Quasar ... 2021, 2022, 2125 Headquarter ... 2011 RCA ... 2000, 2001, 2003, 2013, Hitachi ... 2002, 2055, 2056, 2057, 2107, 2111, 2120, 2122 ... 2055, 2056, 2082, 2083, HI-Q ... 2023 Instant Replay 2021 ...

  • Page 27: Basic Tv Operation

    It also describes how to change channels and modes and how to use PIP (picture-in-picture). This section gives you a broad, clear view of how to operate the basics of your TV. Setup and connections Setup and connections Using the Remote...

  • Page 28: About The Channel Banner

    Channel logo, when available Main picture channel number Takes you to the Main menu Toggles between TV mode and DIRECTV mode Indicates incoming signal aspect ratio and screen format applied to it Sorts the current DIRECTV programming...

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    DIRECTV channel, two or more audio languages are available. Selecting the icon repeatedly scrolls through and plays the options. If the icon is highlighted when watching an analog (NTSC) TV channel, a Second Audio Program (SAP) is available. Selecting the icon will play the SAP for the current channel until the channel is changed.

  • Page 30: Changing Between Directv And Tv Mode

    (if you have DIRECTV service), a terrestrial off-air antenna, or cable TV. You tune to one of these sources by pressing either TV or DIRECTV on the remote control; then you can enter the channel numbers. The diagrams below show how your remote control communicates with the three sources.

  • Page 31: Changing Channels

    BASIC TV OPERATION Changing Channels To change channels by entering numbers with the remote control, the remote needs to be in the correct “mode”: either DIRECTV mode (if you subscribe to DIRECTV) or TV mode. When you want to watch DIRECTV...

  • Page 32: Pip (picture-in-picture) Operation

    Your TV is equipped with a dual NTSC tuner that tunes to cable or off-air television signals. You will only be able to use the PIP window and main picture with analog channels.

  • Page 33: Pip Problems

    • If you press PIP and the PIP box is grayed, you may have movie or TV rating limits set. These limits may block your access to the PIP channel. For information on removing limits, see the section “Using the Profiles.”...

  • Page 34: Using The Input Button

    If you tune to VID1 and your VCR is connected to that input, you will be able to view your VCR. To play, stop, or rewind the VCR1 tape using the remote that came with your TV, you must first press the VCR1 button to put the remote control in VCR mode.

  • Page 35: Using The Program Guides

    Using the Program Guides What is a program guide? A program guide is an on-screen programming schedule. It is a list of the current and future programs. There are separate guides for TV programs ® and DIRECTV programming (available if you subscribe to DIRECTV programming).

  • Page 36: Bringing Up The Program Guides

    “mode” you are in. For example, if you are in DIRECTV mode and press the GUIDE button, you will view the DIRECTV program guide. Similarly, if you are in TV mode and press the GUIDE button, you will view the TV program guide.

  • Page 37: Anatomy Of The Tv Program Guide

    Press GUIDE on the remote control. The following diagram shows you the kind of information you will see in the TV program guide. Note that the availability of TV program titles and information is dependent upon information provided by local broadcasters.

  • Page 38: Anatomy Of The Directv Program Guide

    Sorts the current guide alphabetically by title Shows all available programs Takes you to the main menu Provides access to other program guide formats When you are viewing the DIRECTV programming guide, you can press TV on the remote control and view the TV program guide.

  • Page 39: Getting Around In The Guides

    • Scroll channel by channel The programs that you see on the TV screen make up one section—or page—of the total program guide. You can scroll to other sections using the arrows: highlight other times with the left and right arrows; highlight other channels with the up and down arrows.

  • Page 40: Using The Guide Button

    Using the Program Guides Using the GUIDE Button Each press of the GUIDE button on the remote control takes you to an alternate type of TV ® or DIRECTV programming guide: Detail Guide, SurfGuide By default, the Detail Guide appears when you press GUIDE on the remote control. You...

  • Page 41: Exiting A Program Guide

    Guide Data shows you future guides. • Channel Lists Displays a list of profiles. You can choose a profile from this list and the guide will display only the DIRECTV or TV channels which have been included in that profile’s channel list. •...

  • Page 42: Sorting The Directv Programming Guide

    Using the Program Guides Sorting the DIRECTV Sorting the guide is a way of organizing the DIRECTV programming guide to show only the types of programs that interest you. There are several on-screen buttons that sort the DIRECTV guide in different ways. The Sorting icons appear at the bottom of the Grid Guide and Detail Guide.

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    Using the Program Guides ® Sorting the DIRECTV Guide by Movies Select the movies icon to tell the DIRECTV programming guide to list only DIRECTV movies. After you select the movies icon, it changes to a movies themes icon. Select the movies themes icon to sort the guide to list movies by type, such as comedies or musicals.

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    Using the Program Guides Sorting the DIRECTV Alphabetically AlphaSort ™ lists all the program titles in the DIRECTV alphabetical order. You can also find this icon in the channel banner. Select the AlphaSort icon to search for specific program titles that are in the guide. After listing programs whose first letter or number match your entry, AlphaSort lists programs in the current DIRECTV programming guide that have your entry anywhere in the title.

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    Using the Program Guides Select Enter Text to set up the information the Scout will look for in all program guide titles. Use the on-screen keyboard to enter the desired search parameters. For example, if you are interested in tennis events, enter a common term you might see in program titles, like “tennis.”...

  • Page 46: The Other Icons

    Using the Program Guides The Other Icons These icons are located on both the DIRECTV and TV program guides. Exit Exits the guide and returns you back to where you were before entering the program guides. Help Brings up additional information about the guide. Press OK to continue.

  • Page 47: Adjusting Tv Controls

    Adjusting TV Controls Make Adjustments to your Picture and Audio The following section tells you how to adjust the picture quality and audio quality of your TV. • The Picture Quality menu contains the controls that let you adjust the picture.

  • Page 48: Picture Quality Controls

    Adjusting TV Controls Picture Quality Controls The Picture Quality menu contains all of the TV’s video configuration controls. To access the Picture Quality menu, press MENU on the remote control to go to the main menu, then select Picture Quality.

  • Page 49: Auto Color

    Adjusting TV Controls Point the remote away from the TV so the TV will not receive any signals from the remote. Press the TV button. Point the remote at the TV once again, press MENU, and select your picture settings.

  • Page 50: Audio Controls

    Audio menu, press MENU on the remote, then select Audio from the main menu. Mute Turn Mute on (select Sound Off) to set the TV’s volume to its minimum level. The same can be accomplished by pressing MUTE on the remote control. Equalizer Equalizer allows you to separately adjust the front and center audio frequencies.

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    INT./EXT. Front Speaker switch to INT. Internal TV Only Internal TV and Rear Choose this option if you want the sound to come from the TV’s internal speakers and the external rear speakers you have connected to the TV.

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    LEFT External Front w/Amp & Rear w/ TV Center Ext. Front & Rear w/ Amp w/TV Center Choose this option if you would like to use the external front speakers with a separate amplifier, external rear speakers with a separate amplifier as well as the internal center speaker in the TV.

  • Page 53: Special Audio

    Variable Output Variable audio mode allows a variable output control level from the TV’s audio output jacks. If the volume changes on the TV via the volume buttons on the remote control or front panel, the output volume changes as well.

  • Page 54

    Optical Output Select Auto Select if your TV is connected to a Dolby Digital and PCM decoder. Select Dolby Digital if the TV is connected to a Dolby Digital only decoder; it will provide six independent soundtrack channels through the optical output jack (labeled DIGITAL AUDIO OUT).

  • Page 55

    This delay is based on how far away your rear and front speakers are from your normal TV viewing position. Calculate the distance (in feet) between your normal TV viewing position and your front and rear speakers.

  • Page 56: Loudness

    Adjusting TV Controls Loudness When turned on, loudness allows the setting of the volume control to also control the output frequency response. High and low frequencies are boosted at lower volume levels. When turned on, Second Audio Program (SAP) plays the program’s audio in a second language, if one is available.

  • Page 57: Using The Profiles

    Using The Profiles Creating User Profiles This section describes the user profiles feature. It includes information about: • creating a profile’s TV and DIRECTV viewing lists. • setting spending limits. • setting DIRECTV, TV, and movie rating limits. • blocking unrated TV programs.

  • Page 58: About Profiles

    You can personalize each profile. To continue editing the profile, select DIRECTV Setup (if you have ordered DIRECTV programming) or TV Setup. The following sections describe how to set up these features. The DIRECTV Setup The DIRECTV Setup menu item is only accessible if you subscribe to DIRECTV programming.

  • Page 59: Selecting Or Deleting All Directv Channels

    Using the Profiles Check the channels you want to include in the list (programming subject to change). Use the arrow buttons to point to a DIRECTV channel, and press OK to remove (or replace) the check mark. To go directly to a certain channel, enter its number using the digits on the remote control.

  • Page 60: Setting The Directv Rating Limit

    DIRECTV Setup menu applies only to the selected profile and to DIRECTV programs—it does not apply to TV programs. To set limits for TV programming, select a profile, select TV Setup and then select Set TV Rating or Set Movie Rating.

  • Page 61: The Tv Setup

    Selecting or Deleting All TV Channels You might be able to save time when creating a TV channel list by using the Select All Chans option or the Delete All Chans option to either add or delete all channels before removing or adding individual channels.

  • Page 62: Setting The Tv Rating

    “block” TV programs and movies based on violence, sex, or other content you may believe children should not view. In other words, it lets you program your TV so it will not display certain programs. Once you block programs, you or other adults are not limited to only parent-approved programs;...

  • Page 63: The Rating Limit Screen

    Selecting TV Rating allows you to set a limit for TV programs based on rating and content. Once you get to the Set TV Rating screen, use the arrows and OK buttons on your remote control to change the status of a TV program rating from View to Block. The following sections give you more details about how to change the status of TV program limits.

  • Page 64: Blocking Age-based Ratings

    For example, if you only want your child to watch programs that have a TV-G rating and lower (in other words, you want the child to watch only TV-G, TV-Y7, and TV-Y programs), then you need to block other programming with higher ratings.

  • Page 65: Viewing Specific Content Themes

    You can block programs based on their content. (Content is represented by the D, L, S, V, and FV on your screen. See “Setting the TV Rating” for details.) When you block a content theme for a particular rating, you automatically block that content theme for higher rated programs as well.

  • Page 66: Setting The Movie Rating

    From the main menu, select Profiles. Select the user you for whom you would like to set limits. Select TV Setup from the next menu. Select Set Movie Rating. Selecting Set Movie Rating allows you to set a limit for movies based on rating.

  • Page 67: Blocking Unrated Tv Shows

    G, PG, and NC-17 rating. Blocking Unrated TV Shows Some TV programming is not rated and may contain material you do not want your children to see. These shows must be blocked separately.

  • Page 68: Choosing Your Profile

    Using the Profiles Choosing Your Profile Each time you turn on the TV, the Family profile is selected by default. To select a different profile: Press the WHO button to scroll through the profiles in the channel banner. The WHO button toggles through the profiles.

  • Page 69: Locking And Unlocking A User Profile

    Using the Profiles Locking and Unlocking a User Profile When you lock a profile, you prevent anyone who does not know the user password from accessing the locked profile. This applies only when they press WHO on the remote control. It does not prevent them from accessing and editing the profile via the main menu if they first enter the system password.

  • Page 70: Locking The System

    If you enter the system password to override a limit, all limits are unlocked until you turn off the TV. When you turn on the TV again, the system will be locked, and the Family profile channel list will be selected. If you want to re-lock the system without turning off the TV, you can select the lock icon in the channel banner.

  • Page 71: System Options And Preferences

    FETCH button on the remote control Setup and connections Setup and connections Interactive Setup Using the Remote Interactive Setup Using the remote Basic TV Operation Using the remote Using The Program Using the Menu System Guides Adjusting TV Controls Features and Controls...

  • Page 72: Changing The Signal Source

    The Signal Type menu lets you choose whether you are receiving a signal from cable TV or an off-air antenna. When you run Channel Search (see “Channel Search” in this section for details), the TV automatically detects your signal and you don’t have to specify it here.

  • Page 73: Auto Tuning

    Ch 2 (or 3 or 4) - Ant A Select this if your component is connected to Antenna A on the back of the TV and you want the TV to tune to channel 2 (or 3 or 4) when you press the component button.

  • Page 74: Channel Search

    System Options and Preferences Channel Search Engaging in a channel search tells the HD receiver to search automatically for all the terrestrial channels available through the antenna inputs. When the HD receiver finds an active channel, it places it in the channel list. Inactive channels (weak stations or channels with no signal at all) will not be placed the channel list.

  • Page 75: Purchases: Pay Per View Programs

    System Options and Preferences Mail provides the latest information from program providers. Purchases: Pay Per View Programs Pay Per View programs (PPV) are DIRECTV programs that you purchase—like a movie ® ticket—if you subscribe to DIRECTV channels to determine if you would like to purchase them. Previewing and Purchasing You can preview and purchase DIRECTV Pay Per View movies and events if you subscribe to DIRECTV programming.

  • Page 76

    System Options and Preferences To purchase a movie or event, you can take one of two actions: • Tune to a PPV by channel surfing within DIRECTV channels and finding a PPV channel. When you find it, press the INFO button find more information and details about how to purchase it.

  • Page 77: Using The Attractions Guide

    System Options and Preferences Using the Attractions Guide Your program providers may offer future programming events not currently listed in your DIRECTV program guide. These events are called “coming attractions” and can be previewed in the Attractions Guide. To access the Attractions Guide: Press the DIRECTV button on the remote control.

  • Page 78: Reviewing And Canceling An Upcoming Purchase

    System Options and Preferences Using the Purchases Menu The Purchases menu allows you to review upcoming and past DIRECTV Pay Per View purchases and edit spending limits. The Purchases menu shows you upcoming or past DIRECTV purchases and spending limits. The list of purchases may be longer than one screen;...

  • Page 79: Setting The Time And Date

    Save Changes. If you do not, your choices will be discarded. Using the Preferences Menu The Preferences menu allows you to change some aspects of your TV to fit your personal preference. The following sections outline what you can do in this menu.

  • Page 80: Default Guide

    GUIDE button on the remote control. If you choose SurfGuide as the default, the Grid Guide will appear when you access the TV program guide, since the SurfGuide isn’t available as a TV program guide. Screen Format If you receive an image with a 4:3 aspect ratio, the image will be displayed at that ratio on your HDTV unless you specify otherwise.

  • Page 81: Caption Display

    On Always Captioning information is shown always, when available. On When Muted Captioning information is only shown when the TV’s sound is muted, when available. (To mute the sound, press the MUTE button on the remote control.)

  • Page 82: Using Fetch

    System Options and Preferences Using Fetch The Fetch menu is a list of eight convenient menu items. It serves as a shortcut to access these menu items. To view the Fetch menu, press FETCH on the remote control. Using FETCH is a convenient way to access frequently used menu items.

  • Page 83: Getting Assistance

    Help button from the top of a menu to view more information about your options. Setup and connections Setup and connections Using the Remote Interactive Setup Interactive Setup Basic TV Operation Using the remote Using the remote Using The Program Using the Menu System Guides Adjusting TV Controls...

  • Page 84: Running The Interactive Setup

    Running the Interactive Setup You should have completed the interactive setup the first time you plugged in your TV. However, if you need to access the interactive setup again, you can access it through the Assistance menu. Press MENU on the remote control to access the main menu.

  • Page 85: The Select Dish Menu Screen

    Getting Assistance The Select Dish Menu Screen To specify the type of dish you are using: Press MENU on the remote to bring up the main menu. Select Assistance, then Dish Pointing, then Select Dish. Specify the type of dish you are using: either a round dish or an oval dish. It is important to select the correct dish type.

  • Page 86: Your New Access Card

    If you are certain your antenna is properly set up and receiving a strong signal, but you are receiving invalid program guide information or are having trouble tuning to a channel, you can disable your system’s ability to acquire off-air TV program guides. If you subscribe to DIRECTV ®...

  • Page 87: Reference

    Reference Getting Information This section contains troubleshooting information, your RCA limited warranty, and accessory ordering information. Setup and connections Setup and connections Using the Remote Interactive Setup Interactive Setup Basic TV Operation Using the remote Using the remote Using The Program...

  • Page 88: Troubleshooting

    • If watching VCR (connected only through antenna input), make sure TV is tuned to channel 3 or 4 – same as CH3/4 switch on VCR. Also check to make sure the TV/VCR button on the VCR is in the correct “mode.”...

  • Page 89: Care And Cleaning

    TV. While cleaning do not spray liquid directly on the screen, or allow liquid to run down the screen and inside the TV. Also, avoid placing drinks, vases, or potted plants with water on top of the TV. This could increase the risk of fire or shock hazard or damage to the TV.

  • Page 90: Rca High Definition Television (hdtv) Limited Warranty

    Pay any Authorized RCA Digital Television Service Center the labor charges to repair your HDTV. • Pay any Authorized RCA Digital Television Service Center for the new or, at our option, refurbished replacement parts and picture tube required to repair your HDTV.

  • Page 91: Fcc Registration Information

    Reference Product Registration: • Please complete and mail the Product Registration card packed with your HDTV. It will make it easier to contact you should it ever be necessary. The return of the card is not required for warranty coverage. How state law relates to this warranty: •...

  • Page 92: Accessory Information

    VHS VCRs to duplicate tapes. It can also be used to connect a VCR to your TV. The cable is color- coded and shielded. It has RCA-type phono plugs on each end. Gold- Tipped cable, VH83 (6-ft)

  • Page 93

    ANT200 * This accessory is intended for use with an off-air or cable TV signal distribution and is not suitable for distribution of the satellite signal originating from your satellite dish antenna. Accessory Order Form...

  • Page 94: Placing An Order

    Reference Charge your order on your VISA, MasterCard, or Discover Card by filling in below USE YOUR CREDIT CARD IMPORTANT: Copy complete account number from your VISA card My card expires: IMPORTANT: Copy complete account number from your MasterCard Copy Number My card above your expires:...

  • Page 95: Index

    Caption Display 77 Mode 77 Care and cleaning 85 Center delay 51 Center volume 49 Changing Channels 26, 27 From the TV guide to the DIRECTV guide 32 Channel Banner Icons 24 Groups 37 Lists 37 Delete channels 55, 57...

  • Page 96

    Reference Variable out jack 11, 15 Front And rear speaker jacks 11 Balance 49 Input jacks 8 Of the TV 8 Panel 8 Panel connections 9 Speaker INT./ EXT. switch 11 FRONT SPEAKER Switch 14 FRONT SPEAKER terminal 14 Full screen format 76...

  • Page 97

    Pay Per View programs 71 Previewing 71 Reviewing 74 Quality controls 44 Rain fade 80 Rating limit 56 Ratio (16:9 and 4:3) 4, 76 RCA-type cables 7 Rear Speakers 14 Rear volume 49 Receiving different types of channels 4 Remote control 84...

  • Page 100

    Please do not send any products to the Indianapolis address listed in this manual or on the carton. This will only add delays in service for your product. 10330 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46290 ©1999 Thomson Consumer Electronics, Inc. Trademark(s)®...

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