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  • Page 1 Instructions for use 22LD4500...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Double-digit (- -) ........55 Wiring The Plug ........... 2 Personal Preferences (PP) ....55 Remote Control Buttons ......3 Sound Indicator ........55 Picture and Picture (PAP) ....... 55 Control Panel ..........4 Picture Mode ........... 56 Preparation ..........6 Mute Indicator .........
  • Page 3: Wiring The Plug

    wiring the plug If your TV is fitted with a non-rewireable plug and you need to change the fuse, you will need to refit the fuse cover. If you lose or damage the fuse cover, do not use the plug until you have replaced the cover with a new one.
  • Page 4: Remote Control Buttons

    remote control = Stand By = Cursor Up = Cursor Right OK / SELECT = Okay (Store) INFO= Info (Program Menu) 0 - 9 = Direct Program -/-- / EXIT = Double Digit =Previous Programme P/CH + = Programme Up + = Volume + DTV / TV = TV / DTV mode = External Source...
  • Page 5: Control Panel

  • Page 7: Preparation

    Preparation Install Display on solid horizontal surface such as a table or desk. For ventilation, leave a space of at least 10 cm free all around the set. To prevent any fault and unsafe situations, please do not place any objects on top of the set. Installation of device on the wall Step1: Invert the flat monitor screen and placed it on a flat surface.
  • Page 8 preparation...
  • Page 9: Features

    preparation Place TV on a solid surface. For ventilation, leave a space of at least 10 cm free all around the set. To prevent any fault and unsafe situations, please do not place any objects on top of the set. Use this apparatus in tropical and/or moderate climates.
  • Page 10: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION DON’Ts ON OPERATING YOUR TV DON’T continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt about it working normally, or if it is dam- Do’s and Don’ts aged in any way switch off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer.
  • Page 11: Power Source

    1. Power Source 8. Servicing The TV set is designed to operate on 15 V DC. The Please refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Do adaptor should be operated from a 220-240V AC, not remove cover as this may result in electric shock. 50 Hz.
  • Page 12: Before Switching On Your Tv

    Before Switching on your TV How to connect other devices Before Switching on your TV IMPORTANT: Switch off the TV before connecting Power connection any external device. Sockets for external connections are at the back of the TV. For connection of other devices via Eurocon- nector refer to the manuals of the related devices.
  • Page 13: Switching The Tv On/Off

    Switching the TV ON/OFF To switch the TV on: Your TV will switch on in two steps: 1- Connect the power supply cord to the system. Press the “POWER” button at the top of the TV. Then the TV switches itself to stand-by mode and the led becomes red located on the front of the TV.
  • Page 14: Preparation

    preparation SILENCE MODE: "When you turn off your IDTV by pressing Stand-by key (on RC) , IDTV switches into SILENCE mode and the led on the front of IDTV starts blinking. Also, IDTV switches into SILENCE mode automaticallly everyday at 3.00 a.m. In the silence mode IDTV searches for a new software.
  • Page 15 preparation After Automatic search is finalized the following menu appears. Do you want to search for analogue channels ? If you select “Yes” Warning All Prestored Programmes Will Be Erased Country Language Continue Cancel A.P.S. Is Running Please Wait After A.P .S. is completed program table is displayed on the screen. See the “Programming”...
  • Page 16: Everyday Operation

    everyday operation There are a great many keys to use in different situations. Many of the menu screens displayed by the TV have reminders as to which keys do what, at the base of the screen. In addition, many screens have further help available which is dis- played when the “...
  • Page 17 everyday operation INFORMATION BANNER Whenever you change channel, using the “P/CH+” and “- P/CH” keys or the num- ber keys, the TV displays the channel picture along with an information banner at the bottom of the screen. This will remain on the screen for approximately three seconds. The information banner can also be displayed at any time while watching TV by press- ing the “...
  • Page 18: Channel List

    everyday operation If the selected channel is locked (see Advanced operation- Channel pro- tection), you must enter the correct four digit code to view the channel. Alternatively, the “P/CH+“ or “- P/ CH” keys are used to move to an- other, unlocked channel.
  • Page 19: Electronic Programme Guide

    everyday operation Hint From the Channel List screen, it is Here, you can preview any channel possible to edit the channel list, stored by the TV before viewing it full screen. The complete list of channels is including changing the name of stored displayed in pages of 10 channels at a channels or deleting them.
  • Page 20 everyday operation CURRENT PROGRAMME The channels are listed at the bottom of the screen, each with the ' c urrent event' (the name of the programme showing at that time) and the ' n ext event' (the following programme). When the EPG screen is first displayed, the channel last watched is highlighted in the list of channels.
  • Page 21 everyday operation NEXT PROGRAMME Hint While the EPG screen is displayed, If the programme details text for the cur- pressing the “ ” key highlights, in rent or next event is too long to fit into dark blue, the next event name in the the text window on the EPG screen, a list of channels and displays the high- scroll bar appears on the right hand...
  • Page 22: Soundtrack Language

    everyday operation SOUNDTRACK LANGUAGE Some programmes are broadcast in two or more languages simultaneously. The language heard can be selected from the Language Menu. Press “M” key to display the Main Menu and use the “ “ or “ ” keys to highlight the Language line and press “SELECT”...
  • Page 23: Digital Teletext

    everyday operation DIGITAL TELETEXT Many digital terrestrial television channels not only broadcast pictures and sound for programmes but also pages of information on the programmes, the weather, news and many other topics. Some channels are entirely given over to digital teletext and carry no normal TV programme at all.
  • Page 24 everyday operation SUBTITLE Subtitle key Shows/hides subtitles of channel. When the subtitle key is pressed, subtitle ON/OFF message is displayed. When the IDTV is in DIGITAL TV mode, this time the TV scart is switched on and the TV is switched to AV/RGB mode.
  • Page 25: Advanced Operation

    advanced operation CONFIGURING YOUR TV The Configuration menu screen is accessed from the Main Menu. Press the “M” key to display the Main Menu and the “ ” key twice to highlight Configuration, then press “SELECT” key to display the Configuration menu screen. The various configuration functions are displayed in a list, along with a quarter-screen image of the currently selected channel.
  • Page 26 advanced operation SUBTITLE: Selecting subtitle language other than “Off” will activate the subtitle language. When the subtitle language is activated, subtitle will be displayed on the screen if any matching subtitles are available. Digital teletext and subtitles can not be activated at the same time. When you set the subtitle language from the configuration menu and try to activate digital teletext by pressing “...
  • Page 27: Idtv Upgrade

    advanced operation IDTV UPGRADE The IDTV can be upgraded via the configuration menu, entered from the main menu. In the configuration menu, there is the "IDTV Upgrade" button. Upgrade process can be started by pressing this button. There are two possibilities for IDTV software to be upgraded: automatic and manual. Automatic upgrade can be enabled or disabled by pressing “...
  • Page 28 advanced operation IDTV returns to the configuration menu if there is no new software. Software Upgrade Completed searching for upgrade. No new sotware was found. If there is a new software, pressing "Yes" will cause upgrading to be started. By, pressing "No" user can return to the configuration menu. New software found! Upgrade? Loading will be displayed on the screen by a message and a progress bar, together with a percentage button will indicate the status.
  • Page 29 advanced operation After loading the software into memory, it will be written permanently. This situation will be shown displaying a message. When the upgrade is finished a message box indicating this will appear and the IDTV will go to standby in order the changes to take place.
  • Page 30 advanced operation...
  • Page 31: Editing The Channel List

    advanced operation EDITING THE CHANNEL LIST The digital terrestrial television channels found by the TV when first installed are stored in its memory as a channel list. This list can be altered and amended to remove unwanted channels and to suit your own preferences. First bring up the Main Menu with the “M”...
  • Page 32 advanced operation DELETE SELECT Duplicate entries can be produced in This function selects a channel for the channel list from transmitters oper- viewing and is an alternative to using ating at different frequencies in adja- the “P/CH+” and “- P/CH” keys, cent areas, and you may wish to de- channel number or EPG.
  • Page 33: Channel And Menu Protection

    advanced operation CHANNEL AND MENU PROTECTION CHANNEL LOCK Some channels broadcast material which you do not want younger members of the family to watch. Any channel can be ' l ocked' so that it cannot be selected for viewing without first a four-digit PIN code being entered. In this way any channel not suitable for younger viewers can be protected.
  • Page 34 advanced operation MENU LOCK Simply locking a channel will not deflect a determined would-be viewer. Re-installing the complete channel list, for example, will bypass the channel lock. However, the menus can be locked out of use too, to prevent this. Display the Main Menu by pressing the “M”...
  • Page 35: Favourite Channels

    advanced operation FAVOURITE CHANNELS There will be some channels that you tend to watch more often and some only occasionally. Although some duplicate or scrambled channels you may want to delete from the channel list, others although not watched frequently, you will not want to do away with altogether.
  • Page 36: Programme Reminders And Timers35

    advanced operation A channel can have its favourites status removed by repeating this proce- dure, to remove the icon. Leave the Channel List menu by pressing “M” key. Once the required channels have been marked as favourite channels, the favourite mode can be activated to allow easy access to them.
  • Page 37 advanced operation EVENT TIMER You can also set a timer to switch the TV to any channel without your intervention. This is intended for making video recordings of programmes when you are out. If a single programme is to be recorded, the TV can be left switched to the required channel and the timer set on the VCR.
  • Page 38 advanced operation Hint If an invalid number for the start or end times or the date is entered, “Entered time is not valid.” message is displayed on the screen. Pressing “M” or “SELECT” key returns to the Timer screen with the settings in place in the timer event list.
  • Page 39: Re-Installation

    RE-INSTALLATION Although your TV will not lose its settings or stored channels when switched off, you may wish to re-install the TV because you have moved to a different area with different broadcast frequencies, you wish to reinstate a channel previously deleted from the channel list, or you want to watch new channels which have started broad- casting.
  • Page 40 advanced operation FIRST TIME INSTALLATION To reset the TV, highlight the First Time Installation line in the menu and press “SE- LECT” key. A warning screen is displayed in case of accidental operation. Highlight the YES button with the “ “ or “ ” key and press “SELECT” key to erase all the channels and settings and switch the TV to standby.
  • Page 41 advanced operation AUTOMATIC SEARCH Channels: Codec 4:3 Codec 16:9 BBC ONE BBC TWO BBC CHOICE BBC NEWS 24 BBCi BBC PARLMNT BBC Knowledge Searching UHF Channel: 49. Please wait. This will take a few minutes. 100 % MENU Cancel Search If, alternatively, from the search options menu the Manual Search line is highlight- ed and “SELECT”...
  • Page 42 If no digital terrestrial television broadcasts are found the IDTV will HINT display a message: Depending on the reception conditions in your particular area, you may find that the list of channels found includes one or more repeated names. This is because the IDTV may detect and store some channels, in- cluding those it cannot receive clearly, from adjacent areas alongside...
  • Page 43: Common Interface Menu

    advanced operation COMMON INTERFACE MENU Common Interface Menu is entered from the Main Menu when the Common Interface button is selected by the user. Just after the selection, a new menu appears on the TV including the names of the common interface modules inserted to the slots. If there is no module inserted into the slots, common interface button on the main menu is disabled by the system.
  • Page 44 advanced operation Profile1 Modules display three types of items on the TV monitor. 1) Module Menu (Figure 4) 2) Inquiry Box (Figure 6) One of them is the Module Menu as you can see an example of this type in Figure 4 Also the common interface module can display a list of items (channel list, subscrip- tion information, module information etc.) and an inquiry message for pin control, changing module ratings etc.
  • Page 45 advanced operation Common Interface Please, enter your PIN code ? ? ? Figure 6. Module Inquiry (this list is identical for the Viaccess Common Interface Module) LANGUAGE Digital terrestrial television channels can broadcast simultaneous soundtracks in more than one language. This function selects which language soundtrack you will hear when switching to a channel broadcasting with multiple soundtracks.
  • Page 46: Operating The Tv

    Operating the TV You can operate your TV both using the re- Volume Setting mote control handset and onset buttons. Press “ +” key to increase volume. Press “- Operating with the buttons on the TV ” key to decrease volume. A volume level scale (slider) will be displayed at the middle of the bottom on the screen.
  • Page 47: Menu System

    Sound Menu To change sound settings • Enter the Sound Menu directly by pressing the Red key or, • As you enter the main menu, sound will be the first item. In the main menu, select Sound using “ ” or “...
  • Page 48 Sound Sound To Change Headphone Sound Settings Selecting Sound Mode • Using “ ” or “ ” key select Headphone. • Using “ ” or “ ” key select Sound Mode. • Press “ ” or “ ” key or directly press “OK” key on Headphone, to enter the Headphone menu.
  • Page 49 In case of bilingual broadcast, you can select original the value, or “ ” key to decrease the value. In mid or dubbed language again using mode menu. So position, cursor is displayed with one arrow. when somebody listens to the original language from To store the Equalizer settings, press “...
  • Page 50: Picture Menu

    Picture Menu Setting Colour • To enter the Picture menu directly, press the Green • Using “ ” or “ ” key select Colour. . key, or • Press “ ” key to increase colour level. • Press "M" key, now you are in main menu. In the •...
  • Page 51: Feature Menu

    Setting Noise Reduction To Store the Settings • When the cursor is on any item which has no sub- • Using “ ” or “ ” key select Noise Reduction. menu press “OK” key on the remote control to • Press “ ” or “ ” key to select Noise Reduction store the settings directly.
  • Page 52: Installation Menu

    Feature Feature Once the time set with the sleep timer has elapsed, the PC Sound Mode set will go to standby. Child Lock PC sound can be chosen by pressing “ ” or “ ” key on PC Sound Mode item. You can use this feature to prevent children turning on/ off TV or changing programmes or adjustments etc.
  • Page 53: Selecting Programme

    Selecting Programme Selecting Fine Tuning To select programme number, you can use “ ” or You can use the Fine Tuning process for fine adjust- ment (after coarse adjustment), if you are not happy “ ” key, Digit Keys or The Double Digit key with digit about the image on the screen.
  • Page 54: Program Menu

    At the bottom of the menu there is a programme sort Menu functions section. Each function is activated by co- loured button (seen above). Name allows changing the programme name. By Delete you can delete programmes that you do not require. Insert section is for inserting programmes into another programme spaces.
  • Page 55: Source Menu

    Autostore: In main menu, firstly use “ ” or “ ” key then use To enter Autostore menu, press the blue key. To learn “ ” / “ ” or “OK” key to enter Source menu. In the features of this function see "Autostore" below. source menu, move the cursor by “...
  • Page 56: Other Features

    Personal Preferences (PP) To Store the Settings • When the cursor is on any item which has no sub- All the preset values will be restored, when pressing menu press “OK” key on the remote control to "PP" key. store the settings directly. Sound Indicator •...
  • Page 57: Picture Mode

    Picture Mode No-Signal Detection (PC) If no valid signal detected for 5 minutes system goes Picture mode OSD is displayed when “ WIDE” to Stand-By mode. To switch on the system press key is pressed. Picture mode can be changed to Auto, 4:3, 16:9, Cinema, Subtitle, Zoom or “...
  • Page 58: Pc Mode

    PC MODE Sound Menu Installation In the main menu select “Sound” using “ ” or “ ” key then enter the Sound menu pressing “ ”, “ ” or • Power off both Computer and Display before mak- “OK” keys. ing any connections.
  • Page 59: Pip Picture

    Feature PIP Picture PC SOUND MODE: PIP picture is displayed on the screen with “ ” key. . This item selects the sound source for PC mode. But By pressing “OK” key, PIP window is selected and when the PIP is displayed and highlighted in green border of the PIP window becomes green.
  • Page 60: Source Menu

    Source Menu In the Main menu, select “Source” using “ ” or “ ” key, then enter the Source menu pressing “ ”, “ ” or “OK” keys. Source Sel ec t t he avai l abl e s ourc es of TV, AV-1, AV-2, AV-3, S-Video, PC or Digital by pressing “...
  • Page 61: Teletext

    Teletext To Select Index Page Teletext is an information system that displays text on your TV screen. Using the Teletext information system • To select the page number of the index (generally you can view a page of information on a subject that page 100), press “...
  • Page 62: Fastext

    • Teletext page number will be displayed on the upper For Fastext left corner of the screen when the selected page is The subject-heading for the information may have a found. particular colour. • Press “ “ key to display the selected Teletext •...
  • Page 63: Connect Peripheral Equipment

    Connect Peripheral Equipment Via Aerial Input There is a wide range of audio and video equipment that can be connected to your TV. If you want to connect to your TV, peripherals like vid- Connection diagrams at the and of this section show eo recorders or decoders, but the device you want you where the different equipment should be con- to connect does not have Euroconnector, you should...
  • Page 64: Search For And Store The Test Signal Of The Video Recorder

    Search for and store the test signal of Connecting Headphones the video recorder Use the stereo headphone socket on the rear side of • Unplug the aerial cable from the aerial socket your TV, to connect headphones. “Aerial” of your video recorder. Connecting the PC •...
  • Page 65: Antenna Connections

    Aerial Connections Outdoor Aerial Connections VHF Aerial Round 75 ohm coaxial cable VHF/UHF Rear of TV Flat 300-ohm twin lead cable VHF/UHF Aerial VHF/UHF Rear of TV Round 75-ohm coaxial cable Connect Peripheral Equipment H E A D P H O N E C A M E R A (optional) A U D I O...
  • Page 66: Pc Input Typical Display Modes

    PC INPUT TYPICAL DISPLAY MODES The display has a maximum resolution of 1280 x 720, vertical sync. frequency range of 50-75 Hz and a horizontal sync. frequency range of 30-69 KHz. The following table is an illustration of some of the typical video display modes. Resolution Frequency Sync.
  • Page 67: Tips / Troubleshooting Guide

    Tips / Troubleshooting Guide On Digital mode PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE WHAT TO DO - Aerial is disconnected - Check aerial lead No Signal mode - Aerial is damaged/misaligned - Check aerial lead - Out of Signal area - Check with dealer No Picture or Sound - Tuned to digital teletext channel - Retune to another channel...
  • Page 68: Remote Control

    No Image on Display Screen For TV : Is the aerial connected properly? Are the plugs connected tightly to the aerial socket? Is the aerial cable damaged? Are suitable plugs used to connect the aerial? If you are in doubt, consult your dealer.
  • Page 69: Specifications

    Specifications TV BROADCASTING NUMBER OF PRESET CHANNELS PAL I/I’ CHANNEL INDICATOR RECEIVING CHANNELS On Screen Display VHF (BAND I: CH2-4, BAND III: CH5-12) UHF (CH21-69) RF AERIAL INPUT CABLE CHANNEL (S1-S41) 75 Ohm (unbalanced) OPERATING VOLTAGE Input Signal For adaptor: 220-240 V AC, 50 Hz. Video: Analog 0.7 Vp-p 75 ohm positive For TV : 15 V DC...
  • Page 70: Uk Guarantee

    The product has been installed and used only in accordance with the instructions supplied with the product ii) The product has not been repaired, maintained, or modified by any person other than an Hitachi authorised engineer iii) The product serial number has not been removed or altered...
  • Page 71 Fax: +46 (0) 8 562 711 13 Tel: +39 02 38073415 Servizio Clienti Email: Fax: +39 02 48786381/2 Email: HITACHI EUROPE LTD (Norway) AB HITACHI EUROPE S.A.S Lyon Office STRANDVEIEN 18 B.P. 45, 69671 BRON CEDEX 1366 Lysaker...