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MODEL No. : FP-68T30

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  • Page 1 C C O O L L O O U U R R T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N MODEL No. : FP-68T30...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Safeguards Using Other Menus INTRODUCTION Clock on/off timer Features Sleep time Installation To select the language of the on-screen display To connect the aerial To select the blue screen and auto volume To connect Other machines such as VIDEO To prepare the remote control Identification of controls Remote control...
  • Page 3: Safeguards

    Safeguards Water and Moisture : Never install the set in the following plac es : in the bathroom, in a wet basement. Do not place any containers with liquid (e.g. flower vases) on t he set. Heat : Never place the set near heat sources(e.g. radiator). Ventilation : Do not cover the ventilation openings in the cabin Never place the set in a confined space such as a bookcase or bu ilt-in cabinet,...
  • Page 4: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION Features 16:9 screen You can select a desired 16:9 (wide screen) screen mode for movi es as well as the normal 4:3 picture mode. A variety of AV terminals for external equipment connection. ¡ÜTwo sets of video/audio inputs on the rear and one set on the s ide.
  • Page 5: To Connect The Aerial

    Installation To connect the aerial Optimum reception of colour requires a good signal and will gene rally mean that an outdoor aerial must be used. The exact type and positioning of the aerial will depen d upon your particular area. To prepare the remote control Remove the battery cover.
  • Page 6: Identification Of Controls

    Identification of controls * The following describes the name of each part of the TV and remo te control. FRONT VIDEO 3 input terminals (S-VIDEO, VIDEO, AUDIO L, R) Main power switch ON/OFF Use this Jack when listening to the sound outputted to the speaker with the headphone.
  • Page 7 Video 1 input terminals (S-VIDEO, VIDEO, AUDIO L, R) Video 2 input terminals (VIDEO, AUDIO L, R) MONITOR output terminals (VIDEO, AUDIO L, R) ATT(Attenuator switch) Aerial input...
  • Page 8: Remote Control

    Remote Control TEXT use identified by ( OPERATE ON/OFF SURROUND ON/OFF (HOLD) ENTER (STORE) RECALL DIGIT SELECT(BROWSE) (REVEAL) PR UP ( PAGE UP) VOLUME DOWN VOLUME UP PR DOWN (PAGE DOWN) (TV/TEXT) MENU (INDEX) SOUND MUTE SELECTABLE PICTURE TV/VIDEO (CONTRAST MENU) INPUT SELECT (MIX) PR SELECT 0~9...
  • Page 9: Turning The Power On/Off

    Turning the Power ON/OFF ¡ÜThe following describes how to turn the TV on/off using the main switch and the remote control. To turn the power on/off To turn the power on/off 1. Press the main power switch. The power indicator will light up red or amber. In standby mode the power indicator will light up red.
  • Page 10: Watching Tv Programmes

    Watching TV Programmes ¡ÜYou can watch TV programmes being broadcast on the preset progr amme number. To watch a TV Programme To select a TV programme 1. Select the desired programme. Using the direct select buttons * To select a one-digit programme number: press the -/-- button to display °∞...
  • Page 11: Tuning In

    Tuning in ¡Ü First, use the AUTO SEARCH function to preset all active program mes in your area automatically. Then, put the preset programmes into memory at desired programme numbers with SORT, SEARCH, MFT(Manual Fine Tuning) and SKIP functions. To preset programmes (Auto Search) Warning:This television has been factory pretuned to channels 2, 7, 9, 10 and 28.
  • Page 12 To preset programmes (Auto Search) After presetting You can preset programmes, broadcast system (color/sound) at the 100 programme numbers. (0~99) Check the preset programmes by pressing the PR°Â/°„ buttons. * * If the color or sound of a certain programme is abnormal, automatic color/sound...
  • Page 13: To Preset Programmes(Search)

    ¡Ü Use the SEARCH function if desired programmes cannot be preset w ith AUTO SEARCH or if you wish like to preset the desired programmes to specific programme numb ers one by one. To preset programmes(SEARCH) SEARCH 1. Select the desired programmes number with PR°Â/°„...
  • Page 14 To preset programmes(SEARCH) cont... SEARCH 5. When the desired programme is SETUP shown, select MEMORY with the AUTO SEARCH S E A R C H PR°  /° „ buttons. When you PROGRAM ¢ºM E M O R Y FINE TUNE ¢¸¢º...
  • Page 15: Mft(Manual Fine Tuning)

    ¡ÜUse this function if desired programmes cannot be preset with A UTO SEARCH and SEARCH, or if the picture and sound of a certain programme are n ot good. MFT(Manual Fine Tuning) To operate the manual fine tuning(MFT) 1. Select the programme number you want to fine-tune with the PR °Â/°„...
  • Page 16: To Skip Unnecessary Programme Numbers

    ¡ÜAfter presetting the programmes, you may skip unnecessary progr amme numbers so that only the programmes you want to watch are selected. To skip unnecessary programme numbers To skip a programme number 1. Select the programme number to be skipped with the PR°Â/°„ buttons “- / - -”...
  • Page 17: To Watch Video

    To watch VIDEO ¡ÜThe connection method is referred to on page 30. Selecting outside input Selecting TV and outside input 1.Press button, TV--> 1--> 2--> 3 --> TV will be selected in this order. // / 2. To select the desired TV programme from outside input: * In case of programme number of one figure, press the “- /- -”...
  • Page 18: Enjoying Wide Picture

    Enjoying Wide Picture ¡ÜYou can enjoy 16:9 picture with this TV. In addition to regular TV screen size you can choose from wide screen mode for viewing video in true cinema pr oportions. 16:9 Screen To select the 16:9 screen 1.
  • Page 19: Convenient Picture And Sound Controls

    Convenient Picture and Sound Controls ¡ÜYou can select and adjust the picture and sound quality as you like Sound muting and on-screen recalling To mute the sound // / The muting function is convenient when you need to pay attention to surrounding sounds, answer a phone call, receive a visitor, etc.
  • Page 20: Selectable Picture

    ¡ÜYou can select the picture quality instantly among two preset m odes and one user-set mode. Selectable picture To select the picture mode 1. Press button remote control to select the desired picture quality. MEMORY(user set), and MILD, M E M O R Y STANDARD can be selected cyclically.
  • Page 21 Selectable picture Button Item ¢ ∏ ¢ ∫ contrast weaker stronger brightness darker lighter color paler deeper tint purplish greenish sharpness softer sharper for NTSC only // / 3. Select appropriate item with the ADJUSTMENT PR°Â/°„ buttons and press the ¢º...
  • Page 22 Selectable picture To reduce picture noise If the signal being received is weak and the picture is blurry, activate the noise reducer for improved picture quality. Press the menu button to select PICTURE PICTURE and the display on the A U T O M E M O R Y ADJUSTMENT ¢ºNOISE REDUCER right appears.
  • Page 23: Selectable Sound

    ¡ÜYou can select the sound quality instantly among three preset m odes and one use -set. Selectable sound To select the sound mode Press the button on the remote control to select the desired sound quality. MEMORY(user set), MOVIE, M E M O R Y MUSIC, NEWS can be selected cyclically.
  • Page 24 Selectable sound pressing Item ° Â ° „ 0.1kHz decrease 100Hz level increase 100Hz level 0.3kHz decrease 330Hz level increase 330Hz level 1.0kHz decrease 1kHz level increase 1kHz level 3.0kHz decrease 3.3kHz level increase 3.3kHz level 10kHz decrease 10kHz level increase 10kHz level The adjusted level is stored in the MEMORY position.
  • Page 25 Selectable sound To adjust the sound balance Press the MENU button to select S O U N D SOUND and the display on the A U T O M E M O R Y EQUALIZER right appears. S U R R O U N D O N H E A D P H O N E ¢º...
  • Page 26: Enjoying Stereo And Bilingual Broadcasts

    Enjoying Stereo and Bilingual Broadcasts ¡ÜThe unit receives both stereo and bilingual broadcasts transmit ted in either the NICAM or German stereo/bilingual broadcast system. To select the stereo/bilingual mode Stereo programmes 1. When a stereo programme is received, appears. 2. Press the button to select stereo/ monaural mode.
  • Page 27: Using Other Menus

    Using Other Menus Clock ON/OFF timer To set clock Press the menu button to select TIMER TIMER and the display on the ¢º C L O C K - - : - - OFF TIME - - : - - right appears.
  • Page 28: Sleep Time

    Sleep time Sleep Time Setting 1. With this button, 15 minutes up to 2 hours can be set as the sleep timer. 2. If you press the °∞ sleep°± button for the first time, °∞ ¡± sign of the inactive sleep-timer appears on the upper right corner of the screen.
  • Page 29: To Select The Language Of The On-Screen Display

    To select the language of the on-screen display To select the on-screen display language Use this function to choose the language of the on- screen display(OSD) among English, Russian and Arabic. 1. Press the menu button to select F U N C T I O N FUNCTION and the display on the ¢º...
  • Page 30: To Select The Blue Screen And Auto Volume

    To select the blue screen and auto volume To select the blue screen When no signal is being received, the TV will automatically turn blue when no signal is being received. F U N C T I O N Press the menu button to select L A N G U A G E ¢º...
  • Page 31: To Connect Other Machines Such As Video

    To Connect Other machines such as VIDEO AUDIO SET CAMCORDER GAME PLAYER LASER DISC PLAYER Names and functions of connective terminals S-picture video picture input terminal Input terminals of VIDEO1 (picture, sound on left, right) Output terminals of Monitor Input terminals of VIDEO2 (picture, (picture, sound on left, right) sound on left, right)
  • Page 32: Connecting Video

    Connecting VIDEO §š When connecting the VIDEO to the back of the TV 1. Prepare the connective plug(separate selling) for picture/sound. 2. Connect the VIDEO picture output terminal with the TV picture input terminal. 3. Connect the VIDEO sound output terminal with the TV sound input terminal. 4.
  • Page 33: Connecting With S Picture Video

    Connecting with S picture VIDEO §š Back connector To watch TV in a clear field by inputting via S picture. When repeating high-quality field VIDEO, you can enjoy clear and sharp picture by connecting it with the TV S-VHS terminal. 1.
  • Page 34: Connecting With Video Camera(Camcorder)

    Connecting with VIDEO CAMERA(CAMCORDER) §š To connect VIDEO CAMERA with the TV °‹ When watching a recording by VIDEO CAMERA, it°Ø s convenient to connect with the TV side connector. 1. Prepare the connective plug(separate selling) of picture/sound. 2. Connect the picture/sound connective terminal to VIDEO CAMERA picture/sound output terminal and the TV front picture/sound input one.
  • Page 35: Connecting With Audio Set

    Connecting with AUDIO SET ¡ÜWhen listening to sound in powerful AUDIO, while watching the picture on TV. °‹ Connect external input terminal of AUDIO to right & left sound output of TV monitor display. RIGHT LEFT SEPARATE SELLING Recording TV °‹...
  • Page 36: Broadcast Transmission Systems In Each Country

    Broadcast Transmission Systems in Each Country Broadcast Transmission Systems in Each Country System Area Country Color Sound Bahrain, Kuwait, Israel, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, etc. India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, etc. Asia China, etc. M. E. Hong Kong Iraq, Islamic Republic of lran, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, etc.
  • Page 37: Viewing Teletext/ Use Of The Teletext Buttons

    Viewing Teletext/ Use of the Teletext Buttons To view text To select the text mode First, turn on your TV SET and choose your TV BROWSE HOLD programme. REVEAL STORE Then press the TV/TEXT button to switch the receiver to Teletext mode.
  • Page 38 To view text Index When the Index button is pressed in the FLOF mode, the BROWSE HOLD Teletext decoder is set up to display the index page. Press REVEAL STORE once for Main Index Page ; press again for full index. When the TV is in LIST mode, the teletext decoder is set up to PAGE UP display the Red Rank.
  • Page 39 To view text Hold Some Teletext pages contain more information than can be BROWSE HOLD displayed simultaneously and are therefore sub-divided into REVEAL STORE a series of two or more pages. The first sub-page of a series of four sub-pages will, for PAGE UP example, be indicated by a 1/4 displayed on the top right hand side of the text page.
  • Page 40 To view text Subcode For Teletext information which is longer than one page, it BROWSE may take some time for the automatic changing of sub- HOLD pages to reach the sub-page you require. It is possible, REVEAL STORE however, to enter the sub-page you require and continue PAGE UP watching a normal TV programme until the correct sub- page has been reached.
  • Page 41: To Adjust Teletext Characters Quality

    To adjust teletext characters quality 1. Press the button on the remote control to adjust the ADJUSTMENT BROWSE HOLD desired teletext characters ¢º C O N T R A S T REVEAL quality and the display on the STORE right appears. ¢¸¢º...
  • Page 42: Specification

    Specification TV Standard PAL/SECAM, NTSC3.58/4.43(AV) Color system B/G, D/K, I, M, H Sound system Rated voltage 110-240V~, 50/60Hz Power consumption 152W (at AC 220V, 50Hz) Sound Output Power MAIN: 15W X 15W HYPER + CHINA + IVORY COAST Channel Coverage VHF L : K1(43.25MHz)~S7(147.25MHz) VHF H : S8(154.25MHz)~S41(463.25MHz) UHF : E21(471.25MHz)~C57(863.25MHz)
  • Page 43 P/N:48586916E101-R0...