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Information for users in the UK
(Not applicable outside the UK)
Positioning the TV
For the best results, choose a position where light does not fall directly on the screen, and at some distance away from radiators or
other sources of heat. Leave a space of at least 5 cm all around the TV for ventilation, making sure that curtains, cupboards etc.
cannot obstruct the air flow through the ventilation apertures.
The TV is intended for use in a domestic environment only and should never be operated or stored in excessively hot or humid
atmospheres.
General Points
Please take note of the section 'Tips' at the end of the English section in this booklet.
Interference
The Department of Trade and Industry operates a Radio Interference Investigation Service to help TV license holders improve
reception of BBC and IBA programmes where they are being spoilt by interference.
If your dealer cannot help, ask at a main Post Office for the booklet "How to improve Television and Radio Reception".
Mains connection
Before connecting the TV to the mains, check that the mains supply voltage corresponds to the voltage printed on the type plate on
the rear panel of the TV. If the mains voltage is different, consult your dealer.
Important
This apparatus is fitted with an approved moulded 13 Amp plug.
To change a fuse in this type of plug proceed as follows :
1. Remove fuse cover and fuse.
2. Fit new fuse which should be a BS1362 5A, A.S.T.A. or BSI approved type.
In order to maintain conformity to the EMC directive, the mains plug on this product must not be removed.
Connecting the aerial
The aerial should be connected to the socket marked x at the back of the set. An inferior aerial is likely to result in a poor,
perhaps unstable picture with ghost images and lack of contrast. Make-shift loft or set-top aerials are often inadequate.
Your dealer will know from experience the most suitable type for your locality.
Should you wish to use the set in conjunction with other equipment, which connects to the aerial socket such as TV games, or a
video camera, it is recommended that these be connected via a combiner unit to avoid repeated connection and disconnection of
the aerial plug.
Loop aerial (if provided)
The loop aerial packed with the set will give satisfactory reception under good signal conditions. Fit the aerial bracket and lead by
pushing the peg into the square hole in the backcover until it latches in place. Then insert the plug on the lead into the aerial
socket.

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  • Page 1 Information for users in the UK (Not applicable outside the UK) Positioning the TV For the best results, choose a position where light does not fall directly on the screen, and at some distance away from radiators or other sources of heat. Leave a space of at least 5 cm all around the TV for ventilation, making sure that curtains, cupboards etc. cannot obstruct the air flow through the ventilation apertures.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    English Contents Installation Your remote control ________________________________________2 Preparation ________________________________________________3 Installation_________________________________________________4 Store TV channels Select the menu language and country ______________________4 Automatic installation ___________________________________5 Manual installation ______________________________________5 Give name ________________________________________________6 Reshuffle the programme list _________________________________6 Select favourite TV channels __________________________________6 Install TV setup ____________________________________________7 Operation Use of the remote control __________________________________8-9 Use of the menus...
  • Page 3: Installation

    Your remote control Your remote control Peripherals p. 18 selection of FRONT TV selection Video recorder selection DVD selection Satellite selection Dual screen p. 13 dual screen on/off for future use still teletext picture æ programme guide on/off p. 13 freeze the picture p.
  • Page 4: Preparation

    æ RO6 / AA Preparation & Place the TV on a solid surface. For ventilation, leave at least 5 cm free all around the TV. To prevent any unsafe situations, do not place any objects on top of the TV. Remove, if present, the protection foil at both front sides of the TV.
  • Page 5: Installation

    yÚ ZOOM INSTANT ® return or switch menu off ® cursor to select æ menu item OK-key to activate ¬ ◊ INSTALLATION MENU TITLE Menu language Country Automatic Installation MENU LANGUAGE MENU TITLE English COUNTRY MENU TITLE United Kingdom Installation ◊...
  • Page 6: Automatic Installation

    Automatic Installation Start Stop Stop TV is searching One moment please ... Automatic Installation Start Start Stop 1 BBC1 2 BBC2 3 CNN Manual Installation (Selection Mode) System System Programme No. Search Store Automatic installation In the Automatic Installation menu select Start and press the OK key in the centre of the cursor to activate the searching.
  • Page 7: Give Name

    INSTALLATION Menu Language Country Automatic Installation Manual Installation Give Name Give Name Reshuffle Favourite Programmes Connection diagrams SETUP Give Name EXT1 EXT2 EXT3 FRONT 1 BBC1 2 BBC2 3 ... 4 ... 5 ... Reshuffle EXT1 EXT2 EXT3 FRONT 0 BBC1 1 CNN 1 CNN 2 BBC2...
  • Page 8: Install Tv Setup

    INSTALLATION Menu Language Country Automatic Installation Manual Installation Give Name Reshuffle Favourite Programmes Connection diagrams SETUP SETUP SETUP Store Pers. Pref. Store Pers. Pref. Decoder/Descrambler Picture tilt Information Line Auto Format Yes/No INSTALLATION Decoder/Descrambler Programme Programme Decoder Status Connection diagrams See Connect Peripheral Equipment, p.
  • Page 9: Operation

    Select peripherals Press this key repeatedly to select , according to where you EXT3 FRONT connected your peripherals (see p. 18). TV VCR DVD SAT TV, Video recorder, DVD or Satellite Press one of these keys to use the remote control directly in the TV, video recorder, DVD or satellite mode.
  • Page 10 Time display The time, downloaded from the TV channel (with teletext) stored on programme number 1 or under the lowest favourite programme number, is displayed on the screen. This function is not available when continuous subtitles have been switched on. Reveal (in teletext mode) Press to reveal/conceal the hidden information, such as solutions to riddles and...
  • Page 11: Use Of The Menus

    picture menu sound menu features menu cursor to select æ adjustments OK key to activate ¬ SETUP Store Pers. Pref. Store Pers. Pref. Decoder/Descrambler Picture tilt Information Line Auto Format INSTALLATION PICTURE Contrast Contrast Brightness Colour Sharpness Tint (Digital Scan) Dynamic Contrast SOUND Volume...
  • Page 12: Features Menu

    features menu cursor to select æ adjustments OK key to activate ¬ FEATURES Recall Pers. Pref. Sleeptimer Message Child Lock Animation demo Features menu & Press the yellow colour key to display/cancel the é Use the cursor in the up/down, left/right direction to select the menu item. “...
  • Page 13 FEATURES Recall Pers. Pref. Sleeptimer Message Message Child Lock Animation demo Message Message ... Change Change Clear Type Message With this function you can enter a personal message on 2 lines which will be displayed automatically when the set is switched on from standby. For example: I'll be late this evening.
  • Page 14: Dual Screen

    æ æ ¬ ◊ SMART SMART SOUND PICTURE Dual Screen & Press the key to switch on Dual Screen. The TV screen is divided into 2 parts: - the left side for the normal main picture, - the right side for teletext broadcast by the selected TV channel To operate teletext, see p.
  • Page 15: Teletext

    colour keys to select æ cursor to select pages ¬ ◊ SMART SMART SOUND PICTURE Teletext Most TV channels broadcast information via teletext. Each channel which broadcasts teletext transmits a page with information on how to use its teletext system. Look for the teletext page with the main index (usually p. 100). Depending on the TV channel, teletext is transmitted in different systems.
  • Page 16 cursor to select æ subpages OK key to activate ¬ ◊ yÚ ZOOM INSTANT ® fi Select the index teletext page • Press the white colour key to display the main index (usually p.100). Only for T.O.P teletext broadcasts : T.O.P orders the pages in categories and adds other possibilities of enhancing ease of use.
  • Page 17: Connect Peripheral Equipment

    Connection diagrams Amplifier Decoder/Descrambler VCR1 VCR2 Antenna CABLE CABLE Connect Peripheral Equipment There is a wide range of audio and video equipment that can be connected to your TV. The following connection diagrams show you how to connect it. See also Connection diagrams in the different connection possibilities are shown.
  • Page 18 AUDIO Camera and camcorder • Connect your camera or camcorder at the front side of your TV. • Connect the equipment to VIDEO • Press the X key under the door of the remote control repeatedly to select the sound coming from one or both loudspeakers of your TV. •...
  • Page 19 æ ® Ò ® Ò ‡ π † ‡ æ π † ¬ ◊ INSTANT yÚ ZOOM ® INSTANT ® fi To select connected equipment If the TV is connected to a video recorder with the EasyLink function, in some cases the TV will be switched on, even when the TV was in standby.
  • Page 20 Record with your video recorder without EasyLink ◊ INSTANT yÚ ZOOM ® INSTANT ® fi To record S-VHS quality, connect a S-VHS peripheral directly to the video recorder. 1. Record a TV programme • Select the programme number on your video recorder. •...
  • Page 21: Tips

    Tips Care of the screen Clean the TV with a slightly damp soft cloth. Do not use abrasive solvent as it can damage the TV screen. Poor Picture Have you selected the correct TV system? Is your TV or house aerial located too close to loudspeakers, non-earthed audio equipment or neon lights, etc.
  • Page 22: Lexicon

    Lexicon 100 Hz 100 Hertz provides a superior solution to the problem of picture flicker which is particularly noticeable with larger screen sizes. In a conventional TV, the picture area is scanned 50 times a second (50 Hertz) – a frequency which is still detectable by the human eye in the form of a flickering picture.

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