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MITSUBISHI
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TELEVmSmoNS,_
LCD
Television
System
(LCD Display model: L423FR)

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  • Page 1 ,_I_ MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC [::1mG mT A L TELEVmSmoNS,_ Television System (LCD Display model: L423FR)
  • Page 2 RISK QF ELECTRIC SHOCK DQ NOT OPEN 1 TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE CO ER OR BACK. NO USER SERVICEABLE" PARTS INSIDE. REFER SER ICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. to alert the The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended...
  • Page 3 WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT. NOTE TO CHTV SYSTEM INSTALLER: THIS REMINDER IS PROVIDED TO CALL THE CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER'S ATTENTION...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Important Sa_guards ........................Cleaning Your LCD Television System ..................Chapter Television System OvervDw Thank You ........................... Unpacking Your New TV System ....................Special Features ........................... Side Control Panel and Card Reader .................... Side Panel Input/Output ......................Chapter %levision System Setup Attaching HD-6000 to 42"...
  • Page 5: Important Sa_guards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS Please read the following safeguards carefully before using this product and retain for future reference. Always fbllow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. Read, Retain and FoHowAH Instructions Read all safety and operating instructions befbre operating the product.
  • Page 6 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS, continued 12. Power Lines An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric, light or power circuits, or where it can f2dl into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system,...
  • Page 7 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS, continued Transport!Handling (a) Be sure to use another person to lift or carry this product. It is recommended that the product be carried by two people holding it with both of their hands -- one hand on each side of the product. (b) Use caution when transporting the product.
  • Page 8: Cleaning Your Lcd Television System

    Cleaning General Cleaning Warnings: " DO NOT allow liquid to enter the product through Normally, light dusting with a dry, non-scratching the ve13ti]atio13 slots or any crevice. duster will keep you,: product clean. If cleaning beyond this is needed, please use the following °...
  • Page 9 Thank You ......................... Unpackil_g Your New TV System ................Special Features ......................Side Control Panel and Card Reader ................. Side Pand Input/Output ...................
  • Page 10: Thank You

    Thank You for Your Purchase Welcome to the wonder%l and exciting world of digital television! We are honored that you chose Mitsubishi as your premier home entertainment partner. The development team at Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America (MDEA) understands that our customers demand and expect the very best. MDEA...
  • Page 11: Unpacking Your New Tv System

    Unpacking Your New TV System Please take a moment to review the following list of items to ensure that you have received everything below: gJj L cI)r)i.Way (J) Owner{__Guide (l) Registration (I) USB Cable (I).4C Cord ./'orL7:4260 Card (4)Mou.ting Hooks (2)_ gdts (8)M4gdts (d Carte Management co_er (4)TieWraps...
  • Page 12: Special Features

    Do]by Digita] <_decoding surround receivers. Digkal CaNe Ready (CableCARD Your widescreen Mitsubishi HDTV receiver/controller is "Plug-and-Play" ready, lit can descramble a cable provider's one-way digital signals with the use of a CableCARD 'rM security module.
  • Page 13: Side Control Panel And Card Reader

    Side Control Panel and Card Reader Many ,:emote conn:ol buttons are duplicated on the side conn:ol panel. Please see Remote Conn:ol Funcnon,, page 37, for an explanation ofthei,: usage. CONTROL PANEL CARD READER (left side of LCD Display) (right side of LCD Display) POWER ©...
  • Page 14: Side Panel Input/output

    Displays speakers. HDMIrM/MonitorLink Input This is a Mitsubishi-exc_t_sive proprietary digkal interface f'or die display of high quahty digka_ video signals f)'om Mitsubishi products such as the HD6000 HDTV Receiver/Controller. AII video signaIs, both analog and digitaI are sent digitaI1y to 1.
  • Page 15 Attaching HD-6000 to 42" LCD Display ..............Set-Back Configuration Setup .................. Connecting a Computer .................... Stand Alone Configuration Setup ................Connecting a Computer ..................wall Mount Configuration Setup ................Connecting a Computer ....................
  • Page 16: Attaching Hd-6000 To 42" Lcd Display

    Television System Setup ),T-4260 Television System is extremely versatile. System includes a 42" I_CD Display a HD-6000 Digital Cabl Ready HDTV Receiver/Controller. To take full advantage of all the features this system has to offer, attach the HD-6000 to the 42" LCD Display.
  • Page 17: Set-back Configuration Setup

    Set-Back Configuration Setup 1. Place the 42" LCD Display on a sturdy surfi/ce. 2. Remove the HD-6000 Receiver/Controller from its carton. 3. Remove the protective material from around the HD-6000 and place it on a sturdy surface. 4. J)rn the HD-6000 over so that the bottom is _acing up and gently place it on the protective...
  • Page 18 Set-Back Configuration Setup (continued) 6. Grasp the HD-6000 fl:om the top and bottom. Slide the HD-6000 into place making sure that all 4 mounting hooks connect to the corresponding pin located on the LCD Display stand. P_N ON LCD Display PIN ON LCD Display _HOOK ON HD6000...
  • Page 19 Set-Back Configuration Setup (continued) Secure the HD-6000 to the stand using the two M3 Bolts. HOOK < SCREWIM3:I PIECE) TO HOOKI DETAIL A DETAIL A DETAIL B 01101001000 HIHIIIHI HIHIIIHI HIHIIIHI HIHHIH_ HOOK UUIHIIIUUI_ HIHHIN _ HIHHIm L_ I_I_;;I;II;IH";II;II;I;IHH;I;I;;II;IIH;I;II;I;IIr_TnlI_ SCREW[M3:I PIECE} TO HOOK. UI_ IIIIHHIH IHIHIH_ IHHIHI_...
  • Page 20 Set-Back Configuration Setup (continued) 8, Connect the HDMP M Cable @ore the HDMP M Output connector on the back of the HD-6000 to the HDMP'MiMuniturLink input connector located on the back of the LCD Display. HD-6000 Back Panel (section detail) LCD Display Back Panel (section...
  • Page 21: Connecting A Computer

    Back Panel (section detail) 12. Connecting a Computer (OPTIONAL) _NPONT&NT ° Your Mitsubishi LCD dispIay supports VGA, SVGA, XGA, arid WXGA PC resolutions on@ .geeAppendix B: Supported PC Resolutiorls, P. 6l a. Ccmnect a Mi@ D-sub 15-p@ (RGB) cable from the LCD D_splay back panel to PC or Mac@tosh®...
  • Page 22: Stand Alone Conf`iguration Setup

    Stand Alone Configuration Setup 1. Place the 42" LCD Display on a sturdy surfhce. 2. Remove the HD-6000 Receiver/Controller from its carton. 3. Place the HD-6000 Receiver/Controller on a sturdy surface. 4. Connect the HDMY _MCable from the HDMP "MOutput connector on the back of the HD-6000 the HDMP'MiMonitorLink...
  • Page 23: Connecting A Computer

    Stand Alone Configuration Setup (continued) 7. Connect the AC Power Cord @ore the back of the HD-6000 the back of the LCD Display. HD-6000 Back Panel (section detail) LCD Display Back Pane! (section detai!) 8. Connecting a Computer (OPTIONAL) • I/::ur Mi:subishi dispIay supports VGA,...
  • Page 24: Wall Mount Conf`iguration Setup

    _agall Mount Configuration Setup 1. Be%re per%truing work make sure to disconnect the AC Power cord fl:om the 42" LCD Display: 2. Before performing work spread the protective sheet, which was wrapped around the display, on a flat, even surface° This will prevent the display from being...
  • Page 25 Wall Mount Configuration Setup (continued) 6. Remove the Sc,:ews Mdicated by the ai:i:ows. Protective Sheet !'"' \\_ R_H_RH_iHHHHH_IHHHIHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHIHHHIHHUHHHHHHHHHH_ iiiiiiiiiin _InHHHHHH_ IH_ lllmHH HHHHH HmHH_ HmHlll HHHHH HHHHH HmHH_ HmHH_...
  • Page 26 Wall Mount Configuration Setup (continued) 2 Slide the stand ir_ the direction indicated by the arrows and remove it. LCDDisplay Protect_Sh_et 8. The LCD Display is now ready to mount. 9. Connect the HDMI *'MCable @ore the HDMU M Output connector on the back of'the HD-6000 to the...
  • Page 27 Wall Mount Configuration Setup (continued) 11. Connect the RS-232C Cable @ore the MonitorLink Control RS-232C connector on the back of the HD-6000 to the RS-232CiMonitorLink Control for HD-6000 connector on the back of the LCD Display. HD-6000 Back Panel (section deta/) LCD Display Back Pane!
  • Page 28: Connecting A Computer

    agall Mount Configuration Setup (continued) 13. Connecting a Computer (OPTIONAL) ° YourMitsubishi LC@ display sugports VGA, SVGA, XGA, arid WXGA PC resolutions onl@ See Appendix B: Stcpported PC Resolutions, P. dt a. Comlect a Mi@ D-sub 15-pha (RGB) cable _'rom the LCD Display Back panel m PC or Macintosh@ back panel.
  • Page 29 Connections Connecting a VCR directly to LCD Side Panel ............. Connecting an Audio Receiver ..................Connecting a DVD Player or Other S-Video Device ............. Connecting a Satellite Receiver/Cabie Box ..............Con necting MonitorLink or a Computer ..............How Connections Affect the PIP and POP ...............
  • Page 30: Chapter 3 Connections Connecting A Vcr To The Lcd Side Panel

    Connecting a VCR directly to LCD Side Panel theLCDDispl_ Composite Video with Audio or S- LCD Display Side Panel Video with Audio (Recommended) ® (Figure 1) Connect a video o1:a S-Video cane fl:om VIDEO ® OUT on the VCR back pand to VIDEO INPUT on the LCD Display side pal_ek Com_ect a set of"audio cables fi:om AUDIO OUT...
  • Page 31: Connecting An Audio Receiver

    Connecting an Audio Receiver Directly to LCD Side Panel NOTE: The LCD Display side panel connections shown below be used when the HD,6000 is not Connected to can only the LCD Display. Stereo Audio System (recommended for shelf units or AiV receivers without LCD Display Side Panel...
  • Page 32: Connecting A Dvd Player Or Other S-video Device

    Connecting a DVD Player or Other S-Video Device Directly to LCD Side Panel the LCD Display. DVD Player/Video Game with ®® Component Video (Figure 4) Connect the Component Video cables from LDD Display (YCb Cr o!: YPb Pr) VIDEO OUT on the back Side Panel of"the DVD pbyer to COMPONENT VIDEO...
  • Page 33: Connecting A Satellite Recener/cable Box

    Connecting a Satellite Receiver/Cable Box Directly to LCD Side Panel NOTE: The LCD Display side pm_e! Connections Shown bdow Can only be used when the HD:6000 is not Connected to fl_e LCD Display. Satellite Receiver/Cable Box with LCD DispJay Side Panel Component Video Connections ®...
  • Page 34: Connecting A Computer

    Connecting a Computer Directly to LCD Display LCD Display Side Panel ® LCD Display Back Panel (section detail) to PC or Macintosh@ back panel ® to PC or Macintosh@ back panel FTgure 7. Connecting Computer Connecting a Computer (Figure 7,,I "...
  • Page 35: How Connections Af_ct The Pip And Pop

    How Connections Affect the PIP (Picture-In-Picture) POP (Picture-Outside-Picture) and DW (Double Window) 7_> see a picture in the PIP, POP or Double Window you may need to select an input source. If other video PIP/POR When equipment is connected, you may be able to view these input sources as the...
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  • Page 37 Overview of the TV Laver Buttons ................Operation ........................Sleep Timer ..................... Use With Other A/V Products ..................Operation of P1P. POP and Double Window ...............
  • Page 38: Chapter 4 Remote Control Functions Overview Of`the Tv Layer Buttons

    Remote Control Functions: Overview of the TV Layer Buttons Overview 18+FORMAT: Change the shape and size of the (Figure 8, fbllowing page) 19+REC: Manually record with a VCR or recordable 1+Slide Switch: Select product to be controlled DVD+ by the remote control.
  • Page 39: Operation

    Remote Control Functions: Operation Operation RM-6000 Installing the Batteries: (Figure 1. Remove the remote comrol's back cover by gendy pressing the ridged tab in the directiol_ of the arrow and sliding off the cover. 2. Load the batteries, making sure the polarities (+) a,_d (-) are correct.
  • Page 40: Sleep Timer

    Remote Control Functions: Sleep Timer Sleep Timer (Figures 10 & 11) Setting the Sleep Timer: Pl:ess SLEEP oll the 1:emote coNtl:ol. iNdicatillg the lellgth of time the sJeep timeu: is to be set appears oll the scl:eell of'the LCD Display. FTgure 10.
  • Page 41: Use With Other A/v Products

    2-4 with the next three digit code listed in step 3 f'or your equipment. Satellite brand Code to enter: If your Mitsubishi DTV - DBS satellite receiver DishNetwork code is not Hughes - DBS listed here,...
  • Page 42 TV-,_ {, $ ,-AUDIO /'---. J[![ 1. c.: Satellite receiver DTV receiver Audio brand Code to enter: position: If your Mitsubishi A/V receiver ga vcR 010,015,011,012, audio and/or CD player 013,014 code is not 234,235,236,245, listed here, Denon position: 246,359...
  • Page 43: Operation Of Pip, Pop & Double Window

    Remote Control Functions: Operation of PIP, POP and Double Window Activating the PIP, POP and Picture/In-Picture (PIP), Picture-Outside-Picture Double Window (POP) _md Double Window ([)W) features _llow you to view Programming in different ways. While watching the main screen, you can displ_y programs Press PIIP/POP to choose...
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  • Page 45 _le ViewPoint® Menu System ..AUDIO/VIDEO SETT INGS Menu ..
  • Page 46: Chapter 5 ?_4enu Screen Operations The Viewpoint _ Menu System

    Menu System ® J_J_P_J_l on-screen Your TV has Mitsubishi s exclusive operating system, which provides on-screen infi_rmation for menu choices and changes. A picture (icon) will be highlighted can be selected using the remote control's A[)JUST arrows. When selected, appropiate...
  • Page 47 Main Menu Screens: Overview SETUP Menu (Figure Basic (initial) setup instructions and _hnctions available through the SETUP submenu screens. * Assign ilnput Assignments ° Sdect EngJish or Spanish fi_r the menus or screen dispJay Set the Front Button Lock See pages 48-49 for more detailed setup infbrmatiorn...
  • Page 48: Main Menu

    M" " " creens: vervlew, continue AUDIO/VIDEO SETTINGS Menu (Figure 20) Adjust some or all of the A/V settings. Each input can be set to your preferences. A/V Reset on the menu allows you to return the A/V settings for the pages 52-54 current input...
  • Page 49: Setup Menu

    SETUP Menu: Input Assignment INPUT ASSIGNMENT Menu (Figure 22) IINPUT ASSIGNMENT turns off unused inputs, turns them on again or changes the name of the input. iIf you turn an input Off, it will be skipped when you press D-EVIICE on the remote control.
  • Page 50 SETUP Menu: Language, Front Button Lock Language (Figure Display the on-screen menus in either English Spanish (Espa_iol). If you choose to change selection, a]] menu text will immediately switch to the language of your choice. Figure 23. Language /idioma Lock Front Button (Figure 24) Disable...
  • Page 51: Advanced Features Menu

    On is selected for Auto Color Correction. Figure 25.ADVANCED F_ATURES MENU PerfectColoK Perf'ectColor TMis Mitsubishi's exclusive color adjustment system. Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta and Cyan can be individually adjusted without affecting intensity of the...
  • Page 52 ADVANCED FEATURES Menu: PC Power Save, Video Mute PC Power Save (Figure 28) Your Mirsubishi LCD DispJay fi_Nowsthe VESA approved DPMS Power Managen-lenr guidelines. This power rnanagen-lel_t feature is an energy saving function that auton-laticaNy reduces the power consumption of the display when your keyboard mouse is inactive f'or a fixed period...
  • Page 53: Audio/video Settings Menu

    AUDIO/VIDEO SETTINGS Menu: Overview A/V Memory Reset (Figure Memory Reset will return the currently selected input's memory to the factory settings. To reset an input's memory, select the input you want to reset, and press ENTER. AUDIO SETTINGS and Figure 43. AUDIO!VIDEO SET77NGS menu (Audio Settings, Figure 44)
  • Page 54 AUDIO/VIDEO Setting Descriptions: Audio Audio Settings Bass Enhances or ,;educes low fi:equency sound. Treble Enhances or ,;educes high fi:equency sound. Balance Adjusts the leve] of sound between the left and right speakers. Surround Creates si m u]ated stereo an surroun e¢}ccts.
  • Page 55 AUDIO/VIDEO Video Setting Descriptions: Video Settings NOTE: A slider wi_ display on-screen f'or each setting. Film Mode (Auto) The slider has a numeric value, where 63 is the maximum, tl_e mid-range is 3! and tl_e minimum setting is 0_ Video media uses a video camera created at 30 f'rames per second.
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  • Page 57 Available On-Screen Format Sizes ..................Operation of PIP and POP ....................Appendix A: HD input Connection Compatibility ............... Appendix B: Supported PC Resolutions ................Appendix C: Remote Control Programming Codes ............Appendix D: Media Command and Media Card Playback ..........Cable Management ......................
  • Page 58: Available On-screen Format Sizes

    Available On-Screen Format Sizes Format (picture shape) availability based on input/Signal Stretch Real Full Standard Stretch Input signal Expand Zooin aI"IX)_V PLUS Expand Composite/S-video (480i) 480i/480P Component (Y/Pb/Pr) 1080i/720P 480P HDMI (Digital Video) 1080i/720P Analog RGB (PC) NOTE: _%u can find aspect ratios on the back of most covers.
  • Page 59 Available On-Screen Format Sizes, continued Widescreen Picture (16:9 - HD 1080i1720p only) Example: A True HD Broadcast Standard HD Expand (Recommended, for 4:3 image.s _it/J Bk_ck Side Bars) Widescreen Picture (480i1480p) Standard (Recommended) Expand Stretch Zoom (_br/etterbox2.35:l DVDs) Stretch Plus Narrow...
  • Page 60 Analoq RGB(PC)Input Full Real PC Expand 1024 1366 VGA(640 x 480) j_)L 768 O_ 1024 1366 I024 XGA(1024 x 768) mOX.-JO 128o 1280 1366 WXGA(1280 x 768) J__/ ,ji_ 1366 SXGA(1280 x 1024) 768__? Vertical compress to 768 from 1024 _C720P(1280 x 720) 1366...
  • Page 61: Operation Of` Pip And Pop And Double Window

    Operation of PIP and POP and Double Window (DW) Picture Inside Picture (PIP) vs. Picture Outside Picture (POP) You have the option to view two TV shows or inputs at the same time. For example, you can watch a game show and a sports event on another channel, or a DVD movie and more.
  • Page 62: Appendix A: Hd Input Connection Compatibility

    Appendix A: High Definition Input Connection Compatibility Component Inputs Input Levels with Component Video These inputs are compatible with most standard = 1.0Vp-p (includes syllc) 75ohms and DTV signaJs with corr_ponent video outputs. = 700mVp-p, 75ohms (call also receive CornpatibJe signaJs are SDTV 480i, 480p, signaJs fiom outputs Jabded B-Y alld Cb)
  • Page 63: Appendix C: Remote Control Programming Codes

    Appendix C: Remote Control Programming Codes A/V Receivers Cable Box DVD Players ABC ..Mitsubishi ..Mksubishi ..010,011,012,013, Archer ..Aiwa ..261,274 ..... 014, 360 Cableview ..Admiral ..Apex ..266,283 Citizen ..122, 105 Bose ..
  • Page 64 C : Remote ontrol Programming " o es, continue " VCRs VCRs Satellite Receivers /DBS/DTV Mitsubishi 001,002,060,067, Mitsubishi Penney ..044,020,065,025, 068,061,062 ..... 030, 031 HD/Satellite Receiver 006, 173 Admiral ..Pentax ..020, 031,065 Echostar/Dishnetwork 175, 82, 183,188 Aiwa ..
  • Page 65 MediaCommand TMand Media Card Playback Warning: Some media cards available on the market are not properly certified to follow the card type specifications noted below and cannot be used by the Card Reader. if you experience problems with reading of your file, please transfer...
  • Page 66: Appendix D: Media Command

    Media Command TMand Media Card Playback, continued NOTE: During MP3 or WMA7 audio playback, For MP3 or WMA7 Playlist Menu: audio from the cards wiii be sent to the A/V Figure 19 receiver as analog audio. Digital out is not 1.
  • Page 67: Cable Management

    Cable Management CABLE DRESSING PULL HATCHING AREA,TO UNCLAMP CABLES PUSN NERE,TO UNLOCK CLAMP FROMCABINET COVER ASSEMBLY ÷ AMPNOLELOCATIONS...
  • Page 68: Index

    Freeze the PiP 60 Side-By Side Picture Front Button Lock 45) Side Control Pand Memory Reset Receiver, Connecting Activating the PIP and POP Advanced Features Menu 47, 50-5l Input Assignment Menu 46? Input Levds when used with HDMI Signals El Append ices A: High Definition Input Connection...
  • Page 69 Safbguards Setup Menu Sleep Timer Stere<) Audio System, Connecting Timer Mere* 47 _fh>ubleshooting 69 TV Speakers Menu 52 Use of the Remote Contro_ with Other A/V Products 40, 4l Video Mute 5l Video Settings Description _54 Viewpoint Menu System 45...
  • Page 70: Troubleshooting

    Possible Solution ° The TV remote control does not work. • Check that the batteries are installed correctly. ° Check that the selected switch is set to "TV". • Be no f'urther than 20 {_et from the TV when using the remote control. °...
  • Page 71 "M, t he HDMI logo and High=Definition Mukimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. Macintosh + is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. Co]orView 'rMis a trademark of Thomson. MonitorLink 'rMis a trademark of Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America.
  • Page 72: Warranty

    MtTSUBISHI LCD TV LiMiTED WARRANTY MITSUBISHIDIGITALELECTRONICS A MERICA,INC,("MDEA") warrants as follows to the original purchaserof this television from an authorizedMITSUBISHIAudio/Video Dealer,should it prove defectiveby reason of against defects arisingfrom improperworkmanship and/or materiah a, Parts, All parts (exceptany software incorporated into this television) are warrantedfor a periodof one (1) yearfrom the date of the original purchaseat retail We will repair or replace,at our option, any defectivepart without chargefor the part, Parts used for replacementmay bereplacedwith those of like kind and quality and may be new or remanufactured, Parts usedfor replacementarewarrantedfor the remainder of the original warranty period, b, EmbeddedSoftware, MDEAwarrants that all software incorporated into this television set (the "EmbeddedSoftware") will perform in accordancewith the functional description of EmbeddedSoftwarein all...
  • Page 73 {1} This device may not cause harmfd interference, and {2} this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. U.S. ResFmsibb Party: Mitsubishi Digi_i ElectronicsAmerica Address: 9351 Jeronimo Road J_ine, CA 92618 Td.

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