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Colour LCD Television
Digital Tuner Models
32LD9700U
32LD9700C
32LD9700N
37LD9700U
37LD9700C
37LD9700N
Non Digital Tuner Models
32LD9600
37LD9600
READ THE INSTRUCTIONS INSIDE CAREFULLY.
KEEP THIS USER'S MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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USER'S MANUAL
MANUEL UTILISATEUR
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MANUAL DEL USUARIO
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  • Page 1 USER'S MANUAL Colour LCD Television MANUEL UTILISATEUR BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG MANUAL DEL USUARIO Digital Tuner Models MANUALE D'USO 32LD9700U BRUKSANVISNING 32LD9700C BRUKERHÅNDBOK BRUGERVEJLEDNING 32LD9700N KÄYTTÖOPAS 37LD9700U ΕΓΧΕΙΡΙΔΙΟ ΧΡΗΣΤΗ GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING 37LD9700C 37LD9700N Non Digital Tuner Models 32LD9600 37LD9600 This is the image of the model 32LD9700U. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS INSIDE CAREFULLY.
  • Page 2 USER'S MANUAL Thank you for purchasing the HITACHI LCD Television. Please read this user’s manual carefully before operating this product. To ensure proper operation, please read and follow ALL the instructions, especially the “IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS” and “SAFETY PRECAUTIONS”. Please keep this user’s manual for future reference.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ..2 Setup Menu (TV mode) ........25 INTRODUCTION ........... 3 Setup Menu (AV mode) ........27 Setup Menu (RGB mode) ........28 About This Manual ..........3 Function Menu ............. 30 Trademark Credits ..........3 Picture Menu (TV/AV mode) ........
  • Page 4: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the HITACHI LCD Television. We hope that you will enjoy the great performance with this product. This LCD Television has been designed to meet the international standards. However, it could cause personal injuries and property damage if improperly handled. In order to prevent potential danger and obtain maximum benefi t from your set, please observe the following instructions when installing, operating, and cleaning the product.
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS For your safety, please read the following precautions carefully before using this product. Improper use would cause serious personal injuries and/or damage to your property or this product. Important For United Kingdom IMPORTANT FOR UNITED KINGDOM WORDING FOR CLASS I EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION BOOKS AND LABELS The mains lead on this equipment is supplied with a molded plug incorporating a fuse, the value of which is indicated on the pin face of the plug.
  • Page 6 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued) WARNING There is a risk of fi re, electric shock, or serious injury. ■ Do not insert liquids or any foreign objects (such as metals or fl ammable items) inside the unit. In case it happens, turn off the main power, unplug the Power Cord, and contact your dealer immediately. Use special caution when younger children are around the unit.
  • Page 7 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued) CAUTION ■ Do not place the unit on an unstable surface. Unstable places such as Tilted surface or shaky rack, table, stand or trolly. If the unit falls down, it could cause personal injury. ■ Do not place the unit at a dusty place. It could cause malfunction.
  • Page 8: Cleaning And Maintenance

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued) PRECAUTIONS ■ Do not install areas where it will be subjected to high temperatures. It could damage the cabinet or parts of the product. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus that produce heat. Keep the unit out of direct sunlight.
  • Page 9: About Lcd Panel

    ABOUT LCD PANEL Common Phenomena of LCD Panel The following are the common phenomena when operating LCD Panel due to its structural reason. Please note that they are not malfunctions. Defective Spots on Panel The LCD panel is manufactured with high-precision technology. However, there might be some spots that are not emitted, brighter than the others, or in different colours, etc.
  • Page 10: Features

    FEATURES Enjoy not only beautiful and high-quality pictures on the display, but also various kinds of useful and convenient functions in your daily life! Large-screen and high-defi nition LCD panel. Improved Digital signal processor. High quality sound with deeper, richer and dynamic bass tones. 9700 models have various functions as Digital Terrestrial Television (More TV channels, EPG, etc).
  • Page 11: Component Names

    COMPONENT NAMES Main Unit Front Panel Cabinet Panel Indicating Lamp Remote Control Receiver Speaker Main Power Switch (on the bottom surface) Desktop Stand Rear Panel Handgrips 32” models 37” models Side Input Terminal Board (External Device Connection) Power Cord Socket Control Panel (see below for details) Please refer to for the detailed...
  • Page 12: Remote Control

    COMPONENT NAMES (Continued) Remote Control Sub Power Function Select (TV/DVD/SAT) Press this button to select function mode indicating LED lamp. Normally, select “TV”. Input Select/DVD Control/Photo Input Control Press this button to change input mode. In addition, you can use these buttons while operating the selected brand of DVD player or Photo Input function.
  • Page 13: Preparation

    PREPARATION Remote Control Batteries Installation Handling the Remote Control This remote control operates on 2 “AA” batteries. Use the remote control within about 5m from front of the unit’s remote-control sensor and 1. Open the battery compartment within 30 degrees on both sides. cover Slide open the battery compartment cover on the...
  • Page 14: Safety Precaution On Main Unit Installation

    PREPARATION (continued) Safety Precaution on Main Unit Installation Read SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ( ) carefully besides this page. *The Desktop Stand has been used for the illustration in this manual. When installing the main unit, be sure to use the specifi ed mount units in order to obtain maximum performance and maintain the safety.
  • Page 15: Connection

    CONNECTION Terminal Positions Rear Power Cord Socket SD MEMORY Aerial Socket CARD PUSH-EJECT Monitor Out and Sub Woofer Service use only INPUT(RGB) AUDIO Power Swivel Terminal ANALOG RGB (See INPUT (AV1) INPUT(HDMI) AUDIO INPUT PC Connection terminals (AV2) WOW, SRS and symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.
  • Page 16: Connecting To External Equipment

    CONNECTION (continued) Connecting Procedure (continued) 3. Connecting to External Equipment Terminals on Rear AV1 can be connected to the equipment with Composite/S-Video/Audio input, and Composite/Audio output. The output signal can support not only Analogue but also Digital Terrestrial TV signals. [Example] INPUT Composite/S-Video/Audio...
  • Page 17 CONNECTION (continued) Connecting Procedure (continued) AV4 can be connected to the equipment with either Component or Composite output. Depending on whether the Y/VIDEO input of your selected equipment is Y signal or Video signal, it automatically regards as Component or Composite.
  • Page 18 CONNECTION (continued) Connecting Procedure (continued) PC terminals (D-sub 15 pin + audio) is connected to PC, which allows Analogue RGB signal. [Example] (Mini Stereo plug) HDMI 1 2 terminals can be connected to the devices with HDMI output, or if the external device has DVI output, this can be available with HDMI-DVI conversion cable.
  • Page 19 CONNECTION (continued) Connecting Procedure (continued) Terminals on Side Since the following terminals are located on the side, it is very convenient to connect an extra device on a temporary basis after completing the connections on the rear panel. [Example] AV5 can be connected to the equipment with S-Video output and composite output. Camcorder DVD player Home video game system...
  • Page 20 CONNECTION (continued) Connecting Procedure (continued) 4. Connecting the plug into the wall socket Connect the Power Cord after completing all other connections. (The type of plug is different from this drawing for some countries.) UK only Except UK CAUTION Use only the Power Cord provided. Do not use a power supply voltage other than that indicated(AC220-240V, 50Hz).
  • Page 21: Basic Operation

    BASIC OPERATION Power On/Off Now, turn On the main power to the unit. Make sure that the Power Cord is plugged into the wall socket. Main Power switch (on the bottom surface) To turn On the power of the unit: 1.
  • Page 22: Easy Preset

    BASIC OPERATION (continued) Easy Preset Language When you turn ON the TV for the fi rst time, your TV automatically leads to the settings of English Svenska Norsk “Language,” “Country” and “Auto Tuning.” (Also, refer to the attached Quick Guide.) Suomi Dansk Česky...
  • Page 23: Volume Up/Down

    BASIC OPERATION (continued) Volume UP/DOWN 1. To increase the sound volume, press button on the remote control, or Volume Up button on the control panel. The Volume Indicator value on the screen will shift right. Volume Up/Down 2. To decrease the sound volume, press button on the button remote control or Volume Down button on the control panel.
  • Page 24: Input Switching To Tv/Av1~5,Hdmi, And Rgb

    BASIC OPERATION (continued) Input Switching to TV/AV1~5, HDMI, and RGB Input Select buttons By pressing Input Select button, you can switch the input. (DTT input: 9700 models only) To watch actual broadcast, press Input Select button on the control panel, the numeric buttons or Channel Up/Down button on the remote control.
  • Page 25: Tv Setup Operation

    TV SETUP OPERATION How to use the On-Screen Display (OSD) system With the On-Screen Display system, you can access the various kinds of the features and functions in this product. Picture Basic Operation Audio Timer MENU Function 1. Press button on the remote control or Menu button on the control panel Setup Language of the unit.
  • Page 26: Setup Menu (Tv Mode)

    TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Setup Menu (TV mode) With this menu, you can access various kinds of features relating to TV channel settings. Setup Auto Tuning Manual Tuning Fine Tuning Sort Teletext Language Auto Off Scart Output Select OK Set Return Selected Items Setup hint...
  • Page 27 TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Setup Menu (TV mode) (continued) Selected Items Setup hint Auto Colour System SECAM Select colour system from 5 different modes. NTSC4.43 NTSC3.58 Manual Tuning It allows you to skip unregistered channels automatically when you use channel up (+) down (-) button to select channels. Skip This function will automatically skip unavailable channels when set to on.
  • Page 28: Setup Menu (Av Mode)

    TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Setup Menu (AV mode) With this menu, you can select or adjust the condition of the input signals from each terminal. Setup System System 1 Colour System Video Input Scart Output Select Return Selected Items Setup hint Do not change the original setting.
  • Page 29: Setup Menu (Rgb Mode)

    TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Setup Menu (RGB mode) With this menu, you can adjust the display condition of the image which is inputting from the RGB terminals. By pressing ▼button at the bottom of the 1st Setup menu page, the 2nd Setup menu page will appear on the screen. Setup Setup Auto Adjust...
  • Page 30 TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Setup Menu (RGB mode) (continued) Selected Items Setup hint 0.7V Normally, select [0.7V]. Input Level Select [1.0V] only when the whole display becomes too white. 1.0V Select whether indicating the PC signal frequency infor- Frequency Display mation on Input Signal Screen Display or not.
  • Page 31: Function Menu

    TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Function Menu This menu provides various ways to protect your panel, reduce power consumption, and set up utilizing the useful functions, such as Freeze Mode and Photo Input. Function Function Black Side Panel Background Video Power Save Slide Effect Freeze Mode Split...
  • Page 32 TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Function Menu (continued) Selected Items Setup hint This is available only for Photo Input function. Switch the Background pattern of background. See details on This is available only for Photo Input function. You can select the method of switching slides during slide show. Slide Effect See details on 5Sec.
  • Page 33: Picture Menu (Tv/Av Mode)

    TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Picture Menu (TV/AV mode) In this menu, you can make specifi c adjustments for the picture based on your preference. By pressing ▼button at the bottom of each menu page, the next Picture menu page will appear on the screen. Picture Natural Picture...
  • Page 34 TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Picture Menu (TV/AV mode) (continued) Selected Items Setup hint It allows you to choose from 3 modes. Dynamic Dynamic: Sharpen the gradation to improve the contrast feeling. Contrast Mode* Normal Normal: Reproduce as faithful gradation as possible. Auto: Adjust to natural brightness without blurred white by Auto detecting the bright parts on images.
  • Page 35 TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Picture Menu (TV/AV mode) (continued) Selected Items Setup hint Amplitude On: When you want to set specifi c adjustments in each of the 4 Colour Temperature modes. You can adjust on the amplitude and cut off. The settings refl ect on the Green Colour Temperature.
  • Page 36: Picture Menu (Rgb Mode)

    TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Picture Menu (RGB mode) In this menu, you can make specifi c adjustments for the RGB picture based on your preference. Picture Contrast : +31 Brightness : –31 Colour : +31 Picture Enhancement : Off Colour Temperature : Normal Colour Temp.
  • Page 37 TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Picture menu (RGB mode) (continued) Selected Items Setup hint Amplitude On: When you want to set specifi c adjustments in each of the 4 Colour Temperature modes. You can adjust on the amplitude and cut off. The settings refl ect on the Green Colour Temperature.
  • Page 38: Audio Menu

    TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Audio Menu With this menu, you can adjust and customize the audio condition as you like. You can move on to the next menu screen by pressing ▼button at the bottom. Audio Audio Audio Mode : Movie Head Phone Volume : +20 Treble...
  • Page 39: Timer Menu

    TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Audio Menu (continued) Selected Items Setup hint It allows you to adjust the volume of the headphone. The Headphone Volume 0~63 sound from the speaker will automatically set to MUTE when the headphone is connected to the terminal. Select either side of the display that you want to hear the sound with headphone during 2-picture mode.
  • Page 40: Analogue Teletext

    TV SETUP OPERATION (continued) Analogue Teletext 12 : 34 : 56 Page Number How to operate the Teletext You can display the Teletext simply by pressing the remote control buttons. Link pages NOTE Select Teletext language from Setup Menu shown on Green Yellow Blue...
  • Page 41: Digital Terrestrial Television (Dtt) Operation

    DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION (DTT) OPERATION Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) operation is not available on 9600 models. How to use the On-Screen Display (OSD) system With the On-Screen Display system, you can access the various kinds of the features and functions in this product. Basic Operation Main Menu MENU...
  • Page 42: Changing Preset

    DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION (DTT) OPERATION (continued) Changing Preset If you want to change the setting after completing the easy preset, set up individually as follow. Refer to about the easy preset. Re-Installing DTT channels Reset to the factory setting. Your previous digital channel list will be erased. MENU Are you sure you want to delete all digital channels 1.
  • Page 43: Channel Selections

    DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION (DTT) OPERATION (continued) Channel Selections There are 4 ways to select the channels: stepping through the channel, selecting by number, selecting from the on- screen channel list, and using the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG). Stepping through the Channel Press CHANNEL UP/DOWN button to switch the next or previous channel on the list.
  • Page 44: Channel Sort

    DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION (DTT) OPERATION (continued) Channel Sort If your TV is 32/37LD9700C in Spain, Germany, or Italy and 32/37LD9700N in CHANNEL SORT Denmark, you can sort the channels manually as you want. (The channels in UK, 1. WDR France, Sweden and Finland will be automatically sorted when installing.) 2.
  • Page 45: Utilizing The Information Tool

    DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION (DTT) OPERATION (continued) Utilizing the Infomation Tool Information Banner Whenever the channels are changed using the button or numeric 16:10-16:35 Now: 50/50 16:35-17:00 buttons, the TV displays the picture along with an information banner at the Next: Ace Lightning Signal Level: bottom of screen for approximately 3 seconds.
  • Page 46 DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION (DTT) OPERATION (continued) Utilizing the Infomation Tool (continued) Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) Like the Channel Lists, the EPG screen displays a list of the stored channels along with information on what programmes are being broadcast. You will have either 7 days EPG or Now and Next EPG if the service is available. 7days EPG 1.
  • Page 47: Timer Programming

    DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION (DTT) OPERATION (continued) Timer Programming Timer Programming is available to not only record multiple programmes but also remind you that the desired programme is about to start whilst you are watching another channel. From “Timers” Menu PROGRAMME TIMERS Channel Name Start Date...
  • Page 48: Confi Guring The Setting

    DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION (DTT) OPERATION (continued) Confi guring the Setting Setting Audio and Subtitle Language The available audio and subtitle languages can be checked from “Language” menu. Then, you can set your preferred language from “Confi guration” menu as below. Audio Language CONFIGURATION MENU...
  • Page 49: Channel Lock

    DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION (DTT) OPERATION (continued) Confi guring the Setting (continued) Setting the Protection There are various kinds of protection to avoid certain operations: Channel Lock and Menu Lock (Main Menu Lock and Installation Lock). Set Lock Key To use the locks effectively, do change the PIN code from the factory default setting, which should be known and remembered only by you.
  • Page 50: Setting Favourite Mode

    DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION (DTT) OPERATION (continued) Confi guring the Setting (continued) Upgrading DTT The DTT can be upgraded via the confi guration menu. MENU 1. Press button on the remote control. 2. Select “Confi guration” from the DTT main menu. Automatic Download Enabled 3.
  • Page 51: Common Interface

    DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TELEVISION (DTT) OPERATION (continued) Common Interface Common Interface enables you to plug in a module which for example receives Pay TV service. Once the common interface module has been successfully inserted, select a service from the DTT main menu as follows.
  • Page 52: Function

    FUNCTION Power Swivel SWIVEL With the Desktop stand, you can adjust the angle of the panel side to side by pressing button on the remote control. SWIVEL 1. Press button on the remote control. The Swivel Display (as shown in the fi gure on the right) will appear on the screen.
  • Page 53: Size Switching

    FUNCTION (continued) Size Switching ZOOM button Each time button of the remote control is pressed, the screen display size is switched in sequence, and the status will be displayed at the bottom of the screen. DTT/TV/AV1~AV3 signal input Auto Full Zoom C14:9L 14:9Zoom...
  • Page 54 FUNCTION (continued) Size Switching (continued) AV4 / AV5 / HDMI1 / HDMI2 signal input Panoramic Full Zoom C14:9L 14:9Zoom Current Output Image Display Size To display suitable screen as follows. (Input Signal) Play a 4:3 image on screen faithfully. Blanking occurs on both sides. Play a 4:3 image which enlarges horizontal and vertical size of the Panoramic middle in equal scales, and displays both sides appearing much wider.
  • Page 55: Position Adjustment

    FUNCTION (continued) Size Switching (continued) Position Adjustment Vertical picture position can be adjusted for Panoramic, Zoom, C14:9L, and 14:9 Zoom mode as follows. 1. Press button while operating the picture size display. 2. “Position” display will appear. 3. Adjust the position by button.
  • Page 56 FUNCTION (continued) Size Switching (continued) CAUTION Using a wide-screen monitor This monitor has a screen mode selection feature. If an incompatible screen mode is selected to play certain software, such as a TV program, the image would appear different from the original. Take this into consideration when making screen mode choices.
  • Page 57: Multi Picture Mode

    FUNCTION (continued) Multi Picture Mode With this feature, you can watch different channels simultaneously on one screen in several ways. As for the available signals, please refer to "Recommended Signal List" on • This function is NOT available in HDMI input. •...
  • Page 58: Picture Mode

    FUNCTION (continued) Multi Picture Mode (continued) 2-picture mode (continued) 4. To switch to 4-picture mode, press button once. 2-4-12 The 4-picture mode is displayed on the screen. NOTE Each time button is pressed, the picture mode will be switched by following order. 2-4-12 2-Picture 2-Picture (1080i)*...
  • Page 59 FUNCTION (continued) Multi Picture Mode (continued) 4-picture mode (continued) NOTE You cannot display the picture with Component signal on Side B screens. 4. To EXIT from Multi Picture mode, press button. Next time you press button to activate the Multi Picture mode, it will start from 4-picture mode. 5.
  • Page 60 FUNCTION (continued) Multi Picture Mode (continued) Activate the Multi Picture Mode in RGB Mode When you activate the Multi Picture mode in RGB Input, the picture will be displayed at the mode which the Sub- screen is displayed inside of the large screen (Main-screen). To activate Multi Picture mode, press button on the remote control.
  • Page 61: Picture Freezing

    FUNCTION (continued) Picture Freezing By pressing button, you can change to freeze mode easily anytime you 2-4-12 like. Press it again to return to normal picture. FREEZE button There are two types of freeze mode. You can select these in the “Freeze Mode”...
  • Page 62: Photo Input Function

    FUNCTION (continued) Photo Input Function With this Photo Input function, you can enjoy watching Photos from such devices as Digital Still Camera and SD card along with useful features such as Slide Show with Background Music and Movie picture. Operating the Photo Input 1.
  • Page 63 FUNCTION (continued) Photo Input Function (continued) Displaying Still Picture in Photo Mode Thumbnail-Size Image (Index) to Full-Size Image Photo Index (1 Page). Photo Index (2 Page) Photo Index (2 Page) Move to next page. Select the file. No. 23 No. 24 28/05/03 28/05/03 1600x1200...
  • Page 64 FUNCTION (continued) Photo Input Function (continued) Displaying Still Picture in Photo Mode (continued) Slide Show Function SLIDE SHOW No. 23 28/05/03 OK Start 1600x1200 Slide Show begins.* Slide Show is paused. Photo Index (2 Page) Select the file. *You can select where to start Slide Show. See “Slide Mode” in the table 1. *You can also start the slide show when displaying the selected full SLIDE SHOW size image, press SLIDE SHOW button by pressing...
  • Page 65 FUNCTION (continued) Photo Input Function (continued) Displaying Movie Picture in Movie Mode Thumbnail-Size Image (Index) to Full-Size Image: or*5 Photo Index (1 Page). Movie Index (1 Page). Movie Index (2 Page). Movie Index (2 Page) Select the file. or*1 or *3 or *2 Movie starts.
  • Page 66: Osd Information

    FUNCTION (continued) Photo Input Function (continued) Other You can select the background pattern on “Background” from “Function Menu.” Function Menu Selection Description Select preferred background pattern. Background 1→2 1: Striped texture of grey 2: Green checked pattern Press button whenever you want to return from full size image to index. The fi...
  • Page 67 FUNCTION (continued) Photo Input Function (continued) CAUTION In case of copying, viewing or editing a picture by computers, etc., it may not be displayed in this function. Do not connect any apparatus other than DSC, USB card reader, and SD card/MMC to the Photo Input connector.
  • Page 68: Audio Switching

    FUNCTION (continued) Audio Switching NICAM / Sound Multiplex(including A2) (TV mode) You can make optimum use of available audio by pressing button of remote control. Audio can be switched only if receiving NICAM and sound multiplex signals; otherwise, pressing this button will have no effect, such as when only mono sound is received.
  • Page 69: Power Save Mode

    FUNCTION (continued) Power Save Mode When AV input is selected You are provided with the function to save power consumption when no signal is detected in AV input. Set to On in “Video Power Save” from Function Menu, which leads to the power save mode in AV4 /HDMI1 /HDMI2 and the Standby mode in other AV input.
  • Page 70: Dvd Player / Stb Selection

    (or hold) the required buttons to select the maker and type as shown below. Set up hint Example: HITACHI DVD 1. Set up the maker. Press button to indicate the DVD LED on the remote control. While the DVD LED is blinking (Approx.
  • Page 71: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Before calling service technician, check the following tables fi rst. If the problem is not be solved with the suggested procedures, contact your local dealer. For your safety, NEVER try to repair the product by yourself. When Following Messages Appear on the Screen Message Condition / Action Page...
  • Page 72 TROUBLESHOOTING (continued) Symptom and Check List (continued) Symptoms Check list Page No picture Check if the Power Cord is plugged into the socket fi rmly. The Indicating lamp → Off Check if the Main Power is ON. Check if all the cables of the external equipments are connected correctly and fi...
  • Page 73 TROUBLESHOOTING (continued) Symptom and Check List (continued) Symptoms Check list Page Check the connecting equipments and image format. Cannot display the image from “Photo Input function”. (Please refer to “Photo Input function”.) The image on the screen is moving in an oblique direction.
  • Page 74: Product Specifications

    PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATION Approx. 32 inches Approx. 37 inches Display dimensions (698 (H) x 392 (V) mm, diagonal 801mm) (820 (H) x 461 (V) mm, diagonal 941mm) Panel Resolution 1366 (H) x 768 (V) pixels 1366 (H) x 768 (V) pixels including Stand: including Stand: 813(W)x663(H)x350(D) mm...
  • Page 75: Signal Input

    PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Signal Input RGB terminal (D-sub 15-pin connector) Input signal G or sync on green No connection When different kinds of input signals are simultaneously input to the unit via a graphics board, No connection etc., the unit will automatically select the signals in R.GND the following priority order: G.GND...
  • Page 76: Recommended Signal List

    PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS (continued) Recommended Signal List With HDMI input Signal mode Horizontal Dot clock frequency frequency Remarks Signal Vertical Resolution (kHz) (MHz) Name frequency (Hz) 640 X 480 59.94 31.47 25.18 EIA-861B 576i 720(1440) X 576 50.00 15.63 27.00 EIA-861B 480i 720(1440) X 480 59.94...
  • Page 77 PRODUCT SPECIFICATION (continued) Recommended Signal List (continued) With Multi Picture Function 2-Picture / (1080i)* Input terminal AV1~AV5 AV2, AV3 TELE NTSC3.58 576i 480i 720p/50 1080i/50 TEXT Main SECAM NTSC4.43 576p 480p 720p/60 1080i/60 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○...
  • Page 78 LCD panel. Also, record where and when you purchased this TV. This information will help any future queries you may have and should be used in all correspondence with Hitachi service centres. SERIAL NUMBER...