When disconnecting the power cable, always pull the plug,
never the cable.
Although this TV has a very low standby power consumption,
unplug the power cable to save energy if you do not use the
TV for a long period of time.
In Help, press
List and look up Standby for more
information on switching the TV on and off.
Locate the antenna connection at the back of the TV. Insert
the antenna cable securely into the Antenna a socket.
You can connect your own antenna or connect to an antenna
signal from an antenna distribution system (common in certain
regions). Use an IEC Coax 75 Ohm RF antenna connector.
Use this antenna connection for DVB-T and DVB-C input
Locate the F-type satellite connection at the back of the TV.
Attach the cable from your satellite dish to this connection.
Setting up / Network
What you need
To connect the TV wirelessly to the Internet, you need a
wireless router. Use a high-speed (broadband) connection to
Media server software
With media server software on your computer, you can open
your photos, music and videos stored on your computer on
your TV screen.
Use a recent version of media server software like Windows
Media Player 11, Twonky™ or similar*.
Install the software on your computer and set it up to share
your media files with the TV. Read the manual of the media
server software for more information.
To open your files on the TV, the media server software must
be running on your computer.
* In Help, press
List and look up Media server software,
supported for an overview of supported media server software.
Make the connection
Follow steps 1 to 5.
Step 1 - Make sure that the router of your wireless network is