Via the Euroconnector
Your TV set has two Euroconnector sockets.
If you want to
connect equipments (e.g. video recorder, decoder, etc.) which
have Euroconnectors, to your TV, use the AV-1 (SCART 1) or
AV-2 (SCART 2) terminals.
If an equipment can output the RGB signals, connect it to the
AV-1 (SCART 1) terminal.
• Select the RGB mode to watch images from that equip-
• When not in the RGB mode, turn the RGB signals output
If the equipment connected to your TV set supports S-Video
(Y/C) output from Euroconnector, you can have a better pic-
ture quality by selecting AV-2S mode and connecting
equipment to the AV-2 (SCART 2) terminal of -IV. See your
equipment's booklet to check if your equipment has such fea-
Via the RCA jacks
If you have an equipment (such as a Camcorder) which has
connect it to the AV- 3 ( Front AV ) terminal
with the video and audio cables.
• If the epuipment has the mono audio jack, connect it to the
Via the ANT (aerial) socket
If your equipment does not have a Euroconnecter
jacks, connect it to the TV with an aerial cable. For details,
see the manual provided with the equipment.
• To store the test signal that comes from the epuipment, see
" TUNING Menu" on page 7 and store it to the programme
number 0 or between 55 and 99. You can watch images
from that equipment to select the programme number which
you stored the test signal.
TV and Video Recoder (VCR)
• Connect the Video Recorder to the ANT (antenna input)
socket of the TV with the aerial cable.
• Connect the Video Recorder to the AV-1 or AV-2 terminal
with the SCART cable, or connect it to the AV-3 terminal
with the audio and video cables.
Connect a NTSC video recorder to a terminal. Then press
"AV" button to select the corresponding AV mode.
You can output the video and audio signals which inputs from
TV, AV-1 (SCART 1) or AV-3 (Front-AV) terminal to the video
recorder connected to the AV-2 (SCART 2) terminal.
• To select the output source, see "Setting External Source
on page 8.
Use the stereo headphone socket of your TV, to connect
Care of the Screen
Clean the screen with a slightly damp, soft cloth. Do not use
abrasive solvents as they may damage the TV screen coating
Have you selected the correct TV system? Is your TV set or
house aerial located too close to the loudspeakers,
earthed audio equipment or neon lights, etc. ?
Mountains or high buildings can cause double pictures or
ghost images. Sometimes you can improve the picture quali-
ty by changing the direction of the aerial.
The picture quality may degrade when two peripherals are
connected to the TV at the same time. In such a case, dis-
connect one of the peripherals.
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.
means that your TV is not receiving any trans-
mission. Have you pressed the correct keys on the remote
control? Try once more.
Sound is coming from only one of the speakers. Is the bal-
ance set to one direction extreme? See SOUND menu.
Your TV no longer responds to the remote control. Press the
button on the remote control once more. Per-
haps the batteries are exhausted. If so you can still use the
local buttons at the front of your -IV.
Have you selected the wrong menu? Press "STANDARD" but-
ton to return to TV mode or press "MENU" button to return to
the previous menu.
Switch your TV set off and on. If this does not work, call the
service personnel; never attempt to repair it yourself.