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Hitachi L32VC04U H Instructions For Use Manual

32” lcd colour television
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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Accessories ............2 Feature Menu ........... 20 Features ..............2 Install Menu ............21 Preparation ............. 2 Source Menu ............ 22 Safety Precautions ..........2 PC Mode Menu System........22 Power Source ............. 3 PC Position Menu ..........22 Power Cord ............
  • Page 3: Accessories

    Accessories Introduction Thank you for choosing this product. This manual will guide you for the proper operation of your TV. Before operating the TV, please read this manual thoroughly. SELECT Please do keep this manual in a safe place Batteries: 2 X AAA MENU INFO / for future references.
  • Page 4: Power Source

    DON’T remove any fi xed cover as this may expose Power Source dangerous voltages. The TV set should be operated only from a 220-240 DON’T obstruct the ventilation openings of the V AC, 50 Hz outlet. equipment with items such as newspapers, tablecloths, Power Cord curtains, etc.
  • Page 5: Cleaning

    Information for Users in European Cleaning Union Countries Before cleaning, unplug the TV set The above mark is in compliance with from the wall outlet. Do not use liquid or the Waste Electrical and Electronic aerosol cleaners. Use soft and dry cloth. E q u i p m e n t D i r e c t i v e 2 0 0 2 / 9 6 / Ventilation EC (WEEE).
  • Page 6: Overview Of The Remote Control

    Overview of the Remote Control Standby Cursor up / Page up (in TXT mode) Cursor right / Subpage (in TXT mode) Info / Reveal (in TXT mode) Numeric buttons Return / Exit (in DTV mode) / Index page (in TXT mode) SELECT Programme up / Page down (in DTV mode) Volume up...
  • Page 7: Lcd Tv And Operating Buttons

    LCD TV and Operating Buttons FRONT and REAR VIEW SIDE VIEW Control Buttons Standby button TV/AV button Programme Up/Down buttons Volume Up/Down buttons Note: Press “ ” /“ ” buttons at the same time to view main menu. Viewing the Connections- Back Connectors SCART socket inputs or outputs for external devices.
  • Page 8: Viewing The Connections - Side Connectors

    Viewing the Connections - Side Connectors CI Slot is used for inserting a CI card. A CI card allows you to view all the channels that you subscribe to. For more information, see “Conditional Access” section. Component Video Inputs (YPbPr) are used for connecting component video.You can connect the component video and audio sockets with a device that has component output.
  • Page 9: Connecting The Lcd Tv To A Pc

    as illustrated below, switch to HDMI source. See, Connecting the LCD TV to a “Input Selection” section. • Most DVD players are connected through COMPONENT SOCKETS. Use a component For displaying your computer’s screen image on video cable to connect video input. To enable sound your LCD TV, you can connect your computer to the connection, use AUDIO IN located side of the TV TV set.
  • Page 10: Using Side Av Connectors

    Using Side AV Connectors Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control Handset You can connect a range of optional equipment to your LCD TV. Possible connections are shown • Remove the battery cover located on the back of below. Note that cables shown in the illustration are the handset by gently pulling backwards from the not supplied.
  • Page 11: Input Selection

    • Functions of the menu system are described in the Input Selection following sections. Once you have connected external systems to your Volume Setting TV, you can switch to different input sources. • Press “ ” button to increase the volume. Press •...
  • Page 12: General Operation

    Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) • Some, but not all, channels send information about the current and next events. Press EPG button to view the EPG menu. EPG appears on the screen. It is able to get Information of the channel - programs weekly by means of 7-DAY-EPG.
  • Page 13: Digital Teletext (** For Uk Only)

    Digital Teletext (** for UK only) IDTV Menu System • Press the “ ” button. Press the “ M ENU” button. Main menu will be • The digital teletext information appears. displayed. • Operate it with the coloured buttons, cursor buttons and OK button.
  • Page 14 Now pressing “ ” or “ ” button moves to the previous/ next character. Pressing “ ” or “ ” button toggles the current character, i.e., ‘b’ character becomes ‘a’ by “ ” and ‘c’ by “ ”. Pressing the numeric buttons ‘0...9’...
  • Page 15: Timers

    • F icon indicates that a channel is added to Favourite You can edit the list via GREEN key and delete with List. the RED button. Removing a Channel from Favourite List Conditional Access • Highlight the channel that you want to remove from •...
  • Page 16 Confi guration Receiver Upgrade You can confi gure the settings of your TV. Select Over Air Download (OAD) Confi guration from Setup menu and press “ OK ” to This feature helps to keep your TV updated. It works This feature helps to keep your TV updated. It works view this menu.
  • Page 17 you change the pin number make sure you write it Relative Volume down and keep it safe. Using this option, the Audio Description volume level can be increased or decreased relatively, according to the general volume. Standby Search (optional) (*) (*) This setting is visible only when the Country option Time Settings (optional) is set to Denmark, Sweden, Norway or Finland.
  • Page 18 Current Automatic Channel Scan • Audio : if audio language is supported change the Automatic channel scan is started by pressing audio language by pressing “ ” or “ ” buttons “OK” button while Automatic channel scan item is highlighted. •...
  • Page 19: Analogue Tv Menu System

    Manual Channel Scan Press the “OK” button to start installation. After search is completed for digital channels, a message asking In manual channel scan, the number of the multiplex is whether to search for analogue channels appears entered manually and only that multiplex is searched on the screen.This process is same as described in for the channels.
  • Page 20: Sound Menu

    Game Mode Select Game Mode by pressing “ ” or “ ” button. Use “ ” or “ ” button to set Game Mode as On or Off . When Game Mode is set to On, specifi c game mode settings, which are optimized for better video quality, will be loaded.
  • Page 21: Feature Menu

    Store By pressing “ ” or “ ” button, select Blue Background . Press “ ” or “ ” button to set Blue Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Store. Press “ ” Background as On or Off . or OK button to store the settings.
  • Page 22: Install Menu

    be available. Switch to TV mode for viewing complete Install Menu version of the Install menu. Program Colour System Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Program. Use “ ” Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Colour System . Use or “...
  • Page 23: Source Menu

    Move Select the programme which you want to move by navigation buttons. Press the GREEN button. By navigation buttons move the selected programme to the decided programme space and press the GREEN button again. Delete To delete a programme, press the YELLOW button. Pressing the YELLOW button again erases the selected programme from the programme list, and the following programmes shift one line up.
  • Page 24: Displaying Tv Information

    Warning : Please ensure auto adjustment is performed Picture Mode Selection with a full screen image to ensure best results. By pressing PRESETS button, you can change H (Horizontal) Position Picture Mode settings in accordance with your This item shifts the image horizontally to right hand viewing requirements.
  • Page 25: Panoramic

    Panoramic Teletext This stretches the left and right sides of a normal Teletext system is available if your broadcaster picture (4:3 aspect ratio) to fi ll the screen, without supports making the picture appear unnatural. The top and Teletext function buttons are listed below: bottom of the picture are slightly cut off.
  • Page 26: Tips

    Tips Image Persistence Please note that ghosting may occur while displaying a persistent image. LCD TVs’ image persistence may disappear after a short time. Try turning off the TV for a while. To avoid this, do not leave the screen in still picture for extended periods.
  • Page 27: Appendix A: Pc Input Typical Display Modes

    Appendix A: PC Input Typical Display Modes The display has a maximum resolution of 1600 X 1200 . The following table is an illustration of some of the typical video display modes. Your TV may not support different resolutions. Supported resolution modes are listed below. If you switch your PC to an unsupported mode, a warning OSD will appear on the screen.
  • Page 28: Appendix B: Av And Hdmi Signal Compatibility (Input Signal Types)

    Appendix B: AV and HDMI Signal Compatibility (Input Signal Types) Source Supported Signals Available PAL 50/60 NTSC 60 EXT-1 (SCART) RGB 50 RGB 60 PAL 50/60 NTSC 60 480I 60Hz 480P 60Hz 576I 50Hz 576P 50Hz YPbPr 720P 50Hz 720P 60Hz 1080I 50Hz...
  • Page 29: Specifi Cations

    Specifi cations TV BROADCASTING PAL/SECAM B/G D/K K’ I/I’ L/L’ RECEIVING CHANNELS VHF (BAND I/III) UHF (BAND U) HYPERBAND MHEG-5 ENGINE compliant with ISO/IEC 13522-5 UK engine Profi le 1 Object carousel support compliant with ISO/IEC 135818-6 and UK DTT profi le for UK Frequency range: 474-850 MHz for UK models 170-862 MHz for EU models...
  • Page 30: Dvb-T Functionality Information

    DVB-T functionality information This DVB receiver is only suitable for use in the country which it was designed to be used in. Although this DVB receiver conforms to the latest DVB specifi cations at the time of manufacture, we cannot guarantee compatibility with future DVB transmissions due to changes that may be implemented in broadcast signals and technologies.
  • Page 31: Product Guarantee

    Product Guarantee This product is guaranteed against manufacturing defects for a period of 1 Year This does not cover the product where the fault is due to misuse, abuse, use in contravention of the instructions, or where the product has been the subject of unauthorised modifi cations or alterations, or has been the subject of commercial use In the event of a problem with the product within the guarantee period please return it to your nearest store If the item is shown to have had an inherent defect present at the time of sale, the store will provide you...