JVC BlackSapphire JLE55SP4000 User Manual

JVC BlackSapphire JLE55SP4000 User Manual

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  • Page 2: Regulatory Statement

    Regulatory Statement Welcome to the JVC family of customers. We hope that you will have We recommend that you register your JVC 3D Smart e-LED HDTV either many years of enjoyment from your new JVC 3D Smart e-LED HDTV. To at our website at http://go.jvc.com/HDTVSupport/...
  • Page 3 Regulatory Statement THE TRADEMARKS SHOWN HEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS; IMAGES USED ARE FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY. JVC, THE JVC LOGO, AND OTHER JVC TRADEMARKS ARE THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF JVC KENWOOD CORPORATION. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
  • Page 4 Regulatory Statement The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an The exclamation point within an equilateral equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to triangle is intended to alert the user to the the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage with presence of important operating and maintenance the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient (servicing)
  • Page 5 Regulatory Statement WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLICANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF FIRE, KEEP CANDLES OR OPEN FLAMES AWAY FROM THIS PRODUCT AT ALL TIMES. CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS POLARIZED PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE, OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
  • Page 6 Regulatory Statement - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance with the FCC Rules could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
  • Page 7: Important Safety Information

    Important Safety Information Read these instructions. caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from Heed all warnings. tip-over. Follow all instructions. 12) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long Do not use this device near water. periods of time.
  • Page 8 Important Safety Information cause an electric shock and serious personal injury. Read the owner’s 18) If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the unit, be sure he antenna or cable system is gounded to provide some protection against manual of the other equipment carefully and follow the instructions when voltage surges and built-up static charges, Section 810 of the National making any connections.
  • Page 9 Important Safety Information CHILD SAFETY: It Makes A Difference How and Where You Use The TV Congratulations on your purchase! As you enjoy your new product, please keep these safety tips in mind. THE ISSUE: The home theater entertainment experience is a growing trend and larger TVs are popular purchases. However, TVs are not always supported on the proper stands or installed according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
  • Page 10 Important Safety Information 3D HEALTH AND SAFETY  Should you experience discomfort while viewing 3D video images, take a 10-to-15 minute break or try viewing the video in 2D. Consult your health care provider, if necessary.  Due to vision development concerns, Do Not allow children under the age of 6 to view 3D video images. Parents should supervise children closely to prevent prolonged 3D viewing.
  • Page 11 Important Safety Information  CONDENSATION If the LCD panel is broken, make absolutely sure that you do not touch the liquid in the panel. This may cause skin Moisture will form in the operating section of the unit of the unit is inflammation.
  • Page 12 Important Safety Information   Fixed images, such as stock tickers, video game patterns, TV Do not install the TV near electronic equipment that produces station logos, and web sites. electromagnetic waves. Some equipment placed too near this unit may cause interference. ...
  • Page 13: Lightning Protection

    Important Safety Information supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna Lightning Protection discharge unit, size of the grounding conductors, location of antenna For added protection of the TV during a lightning storm or when it is discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements left unattended or unused for long periods of time, unplug the TV from of the ground electrode.
  • Page 14: Dtv Transition Advisory

    Important Safety Information DTV Transition Advisory For more information about the DTV transition, visit www.dtv.gov. FCC Consumer Center As of June 12, 2009, all U.S. television stations have switched to digital Email: dtcinfo@fcc.gov broadcasting. As a result, owners of analog television sets must Phone: 1-888-CALLFCC (1-888-225-5322) connect a digital-to-analog converter box to the television set or Fax: 1-866-418-0232;...
  • Page 15: Setting Up The Tv

    Setting Up The TV Package Contents Attaching the Stand Your JVC Black Sapphire 3D LCD TV is shipped with the items shown below: Place TV on a flat surface and the protective bag. Screen face down. Attach TV stand to rear of television with the provided four (4) pan head screws.
  • Page 16: Kensington Lock

    Setting Up The TV Kensington Lock Theft Deterrent Kensington Lock Your JVC TV contains a Kensington Lock-compatible slot/hole that helps securely affix the TV to other physical objects. The appearance and locking method differs depending on the manufacturer. Refer to the...
  • Page 17: Removing The Stand

    TV. JVC will not be held The TV weighs approximately 54 lb. A minimum of two responsible for any damage to the product or injury to...
  • Page 18 Setting Up The TV Turn off your TV and disconnect all cables. Carefully place the TV face down on a flat, clean, and padded surface. If available, put TV cover or protective sheet onto the TV before laying the TV down on flat surface.
  • Page 19 Setting Up The TV Install Batteries Into Remote Control To open the battery compartment, press down on top end of cover and then slide cover down. Battery Precautions: Be sure to follow the correct polarity. Incorrect installation may cause battery leakage or damage to the remote control.
  • Page 20 TV Placement For Best 3D Experience How to have the best 3D viewing effect  Viewing the TV head-on, and place TV around 7 to 10 feet TV placed on TV stand and aligned to audiences’ eye level away from the audience. The best viewing distance is about 9 feet from the screen.
  • Page 21: Front And Side Views

    Parts and Functions - TV Front and Side Views Power Button MENU Button Button Button VOL+ Button VOL- Button INPUT Button USB Ports HDMI Ports...
  • Page 22: Rear View

    Parts and Functions - TV COMPONENT VIDEO /COMPOSITE Video Input Jacks Rear View COMPONENT /COMPOSITE Audio Input Jacks DTV / TV CABLE / ANTENNA Input Jack PC / MUSIC RGB (PC) Jack PC / MUSIC PC AUDIO IN Jack ETHERNET Port AUDIO OUT Jack OPTICAL AUDIO OUT Jack...
  • Page 23: Remote Control

    Parts and Functions - Remote Remote Control SLEEP button: When pressed, displays Sleep Timer menu on TV screen. MULTIMEDIA button: When pressed, displays contents in the USB drive connected to TV FAV.CH (Favorite Channel) button: INPUT button: When pressed, displays Input Source menu on TV screen. NETFLIX button: When pressed, launches NETFLIX application.
  • Page 24 Parts and Functions - Remote INFO button: When pressed, displays Info bar at top of TV screen. OK button: Launches a menu, selects a menu option, and selects on-screen keypad characters. BACK button: Returns User to previous TV screen. ICE (Internet Connected Experience) Apps button: When pressed, displays I.C.E. application icons on TV screen.
  • Page 25 Parts and Functions - Remote LAST button: When pressed, switches back to last channel (dash) button: Serves as dash or decimal point for broadcast channels Number keypad (0-9): When input source is TV, changes channel. Can be used when entering numeric values in application log in fields. CH (Channel) button: When input source is TV, increases and decreases channel number.
  • Page 26 Parts and Functions - Remote Direction buttons: Navigate the menu, select options, or adjust settings value. MENU button: When pressed, displays TV SETTING menu. 3D button: While viewing 3D contents, press it for 3D/2D control options WIDE button: When pressed, displays Screen Mode selections on TV screen. AUDIO ONLY button: When pressed, turns off TV screen but continues to play audio from input source.
  • Page 27 Parts and Functions - Remote Direction buttons: Navigate the menu, select options, or adjust settings value. OK button: Launches a menu, selects a menu option, and selects on-screen keypad characters. QWERTY Keypad: Enter log in information such as your Username and Password or fill in I.C.E.
  • Page 28 Making A/V Connections...
  • Page 29 Making A/V Connections...
  • Page 30: Connecting To The Internet

    Connecting To The Internet The TV comes equipped with several pre-loaded Internet applications via a built-in functionality called I.C.E. , or Internet Connected Experience. To access the pre-loaded I.C.E. applications, the TV must be connected to the home network. This can be accomplished in two ways: ...
  • Page 31 Connecting To The Internet Wireless Connection To connect your TV to your home network via a wireless connection, follow the instructions on the Network portion of the One Time Setup Wizard in the Basic Operations section.
  • Page 32 One Time Setup Wizard When the TV is turned on for the first time, a one time set-up wizard is On Viewing Mode screen, select desired TV mode, and then press OK displayed to assist you in setting up your TV. button.
  • Page 33 One Time Setup Wizard On Network Connection screen, select Network cable or Wi-Fi Choose your home wireless network from the list displayed and then connection. press OK button. TV will either detect an Ethernet connection or, in the absence of a Using the QWERTY keypad on the rear of the remote, enter Password wired connection, will search for available wireless networks.
  • Page 34 One Time Setup Wizard On TV Signal screen, use left and right direction buttons to select desired input Source (Antenna or Cable). Use down direction button to select Start, and then press OK button. When using the QWERTY keypad, point the remote to the TV’s IR When channel auto scan is completed, click on OK button.
  • Page 35: Viewing 3D Content

    Viewing 3D Content Your TV is equipped for viewing 3D movies, games, and television Connecting Your 3D Source Device broadcasts (where available). After installing your TV at the optimum Connecting a 3D source device to your TV is very simple: distance and height for 3D viewing (refer to previous section), you can then connect your 3D device to the TV.
  • Page 36 Viewing 3D Content Start Viewing Your 3D Contents 5. Put on a pair of 3D glasses and enjoy. 1. Turn on the TV and wait a few seconds for the TV to boot up. If you wish to view the content in 2D, simply select No and press the 2.
  • Page 37 Viewing 3D Content 3D HEALTH AND SAFETY  Should you experience discomfort while viewing 3D video images, take a 10-to-15 minute break or try viewing the video in 2D. Consult your health care provider, if necessary.  Due to vision development concerns, Do Not allow children under the age of 6 to view 3D video images. Parents should supervise children closely to prevent prolonged 3D viewing.
  • Page 38: Apps Operation

    I.C.E™ Apps Operation ICE Apps and Multimedia Operations The TV equipped with I.C.E™ (Internet Connected Experience) platform which provides connectivity to popular internet content streaming services. To access any of the pre-loaded ICE applications, make sure the TV is connected to the Internet. To exit an application, press the Exit button on remote.
  • Page 39 I.C.E™ Apps Operation NOTE:  ICE apps are software provided by the content provider.  You would need to either sign up or use an existing account to use the selected ICE apps.  Some apps are free, but some may charge monthly fee or pay-per- view fee.
  • Page 40: Changing The Channel

    TV Operation – TV Channels Changing the Channel 10~99 Press the 2 digits in order. For example: to select channel 15, press 1, 5, and then press OK. On the remote control, use the number keys to select a channel. 100~135 Press the 3 digits in order.
  • Page 41: Setting The Sleep Timer

    TV Operation – TV Channels Selecting by Channel List Setting the Sleep Timer All channels with network signal are listed on the Channel List screen. Use the Sleep timer to automatically turn off the TV after a preset You can select channels from this screen. amount of time has elapsed.
  • Page 42: Set Aspect Ratio

    TV Operation – Aspect Ratio Set Aspect Ratio overscanned. Press Wide button to display Screen Mode display. Zoom Press Wide button repeatedly, or use left and right direction The entire picture is uniformly buttons to select desired screen mode, and then press OK. enlarged to retain its original Normal proportion.
  • Page 43 TV Operation – Aspect Ratio Panoramic Normal The picture is stretched When watching a 4:3 content, horizontally on the left and right the TV displays a standard picture sides to fill the width of the with black side bars. When screen.
  • Page 44: Selecting The Input Source

    TV Operation – Input Sources Selecting the Input Source Playing Multimedia Files Insert USB memory stick into one of the USB slots at rear of TV. The TV provides various ways to select the input source: When USB media detected screen appears, select Yes and press At rear of TV Press INPUT button repeatedly to scroll through the input source When Multimedia Player screen is displayed, select USB source on...
  • Page 45 TV Operation – Input Sources Press INPUT button and select MUSIC Audio Only Mode While playing music, you can set the TV to Audio Only mode to turn off the TV display and save power. 1 Press AUDIO ONLY button to activate Audio Only mode. A message appears on the screen and few seconds later, the TV display turns off.
  • Page 46: Quick Menu Operation

    Advanced TV Settings – Video Menu Quick Menu Operation Remote Control TV Panel Display the Press MENU button Press MENU button menu Select a TV Press up or down to select a Press CH+ or CH- buttons to Setting TV Setting. select a TV Setting.
  • Page 47: Picture Menu

    Advanced TV Settings – Video Menu Picture Menu Picture Mode Select the picture mode. Adjust picture options such as brightness, contrast, and advanced picture settings. Standard For standard picture settings Movie For motion pictures such as movies Game For fast and dynamic pictures suitable with playing games.
  • Page 48 Advanced TV Settings – Video Menu Contrast Adaptive Backlight Adjust the white level in the picture. Low contrast makes pictures look Set Adaptive Backlight On or Off dark. High contrast makes pictures washed out (0~100). Ambient Light Sensor Brightness Select the sensitivity of the ambient light sensor to automatically adjust Adjust the brightness setting (0~100).
  • Page 49 Advanced TV Settings – Video Menu Crystal Color Crystal Color produces more vivid and Size & Position crisp color pictures (Off / Normal / Rich). Horiz. Position / Adjust the horizontal / vertical position of Dynamic Contrast Dynamic contrast automatically enhances Vertical Position the picture.
  • Page 50: Audio Menu

    Advanced TV Settings – Audio Menu Audio Menu Treble Adjust the treble level to your preference (-12~12). XinemaSound Balance Expansive and immersive, multi- dimensional surround sound Adjust the audio level of the L/R channels of the speakers to your experience. preference (-10~10).
  • Page 51: Channel Menu

    Advanced TV Settings – Audio Menu Analog Audio Out Auto Scan The TV is equipped with a channel memory. When you run auto scan, Select the type of analog audio output (Fixed / Variable) the TV scans for channels with network signals and stores them in Equalizer Settings memory.
  • Page 52: Setup Menu

    Advanced TV Settings –Setup Menu Setup Menu Time Settings Time Zone Select a location to apply the time zone. Daylight Savings Enable or disable daylight savings time. Menu Language Select the on-screen menu language. CEC Settings CEC allows you to control devices using your TV remote control when the CEC devices are connected via HDMI.
  • Page 53 Advanced TV Settings –Setup Menu Power Indicator To label an input source, perform the following steps: Turn On or Off the TV power indicator LED 1 Press Menu Standby Timer 2 Press up or down to select “Setup”, and then press OK. Select the TV stand-by timer (10 minutes or OFF).
  • Page 54 Advanced TV Settings –Setup Menu Reset All TV Settings To enter the desired label: Reset all TV settings to default settings. 1 Press up or down to select the text box and then press Reset to Factory Defaults Reset all TV settings to factory default settings. 2 Press up, down, left, or right to select a character, and then press OK.
  • Page 55: Network Menu

    Advanced TV Settings – Network Configuration Network Menu Select to display network information such as the IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, and Preferred and Alternate DNS Server. IP Settings can be obtained manually or automatically. Wireless Network Connection Select to scan for available wireless networks. Choose your wireless network from list of available networks, and then press OK.
  • Page 56: Parental Menu

    Advanced TV Settings – Parental Control Parental Menu 1 Press Menu 2 Press up or down to select “Setup”, and then press OK. Parental Control 3 Press up or down to select “Parental Control”, and then The Parental Control feature allows you to control and restrict children press OK.
  • Page 57 Advanced TV Settings – Parental Control 2 Press up or down to highlight the channel that you want to Change Password block. 1 In the Parental Control menu, press up or down to select 3 Press < or > to block or unblock the channel “Change Password”...
  • Page 58: Support Menu

    Channel Information – Displays channel Contact JVC information including frequency, modulation, and signal quality. Obtains JVC customer service contact phone number and website Network Status – Displays the type of network and its information information including IP Address, Gateway, DNS, etc.
  • Page 59: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If your TV fails to work properly, check the following guidelines for possible causes and solutions. Consult with your local dealer or service outlet if problems persist. Problem Solution  No Power Make sure the power cord is plugged in. ...
  • Page 60 Troubleshooting  Check for possible sources of interference.  Poor Reception on Some Channels The channel or cable TV broadcast is experiencing problems. Tune to another channel.  Make sure that channels are set into memory  The network signal is weak. Adjust the antenna to receive a better reception ...
  • Page 61 Troubleshooting No Internet Access (Hard Line) Wired Network  Check the Ethernet cable. Try unplug and plug again  Check home router or network switches, make sure they are turned on  On TV menu, choose NETWORK > NETWORK INFORMATION. Make sure AUTO is chosen in OBTAIN IP SETTINGS ...
  • Page 62 Troubleshooting  No 3D contents Make sure the source device support 3D format. Contact the manufacturer if you are not sure  Make sure the disc or streaming program is 3D encoded  Try turn off the TV and source device. Wait for 2 minutes, turn on TV and then the 3D sources device. Insert the 3D disc again ...
  • Page 63: Specifications

    Specifications JLE55SP4000 55” 1080p, 120Hz, Smart, 3D, BlackSapphire™ E-LED HDTV Display Specification PIP/POP Close Caption Size Class (Diagonal) 55” (54.6 diagonal) Audio Resolution/Aspect 1920 x 1080 / 16:9 Audio Technology XinemaSound 3D™ Backlit Edge LED Graphic Equalizer Frame Rate 120Hz CrystalMotion™ Contrast Ratio 20M:1 (Dynamic) Speaker Output Power...
  • Page 64 Specifications Input / Output Input Antenna in CrystalMotion™ is a set of motion enhancement technologies including Motion-Estimation/ HDMI 4 (side) Motion-Compensation or Backlight Scanning or both Component 1 (shared with composite) Composite (RCA) VGA/RGB Music port 1 (shared with PC Audio) 2 (side) Output Optical Digital...
  • Page 65: Supported Resolutions

    Supported Resolutions RGB for VESA Standard Resolution (1920 x 1080) Through RGB (15-pin D Connector) Mode Resolution Refresh Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Vertical Pixel Remark Parameters Horizontal Values Vertical Values Rate Frequency Frequency Sync Sync Rate (Pixels) (Lines) (Hz) (KHz) (Hz) Polarity Polarity (MHz)
  • Page 66 Supported Resolutions FHD Video Digital Present Modes at HDMI Mode No. Resolution 480i 480p 720p 1080i 1080p Video Input Mode No. Resolution 480i 480p 720p 1080i 1080p...
  • Page 67: Limited Warranty

    AmTRAN Video Corporation (hereinafter known as “Warrantor”) the customer. under brand license by JVC KENWOOD Corporation. The Warrantor provides a warranty to the original PRE-AUTHORIZATION IS REQUIRED BEFORE SENDING ANY PRODUCT TO A DESIGNATED SERVICE CENTER FOR purchaser of a new Product against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year of non- WARRANTY SERVICE.
  • Page 68 Product before it is serviced, regardless of the servicer. Important Open Source Software Notice Your JVC device contains free software which is based on the license granted under the GNU General Public License and Lesser General Public License (hereinafter “GPL/LPGL”) that are subject to the GPL2.0/LGPL2.1 You may use, modify, or distribute only if you agree to all of the terms and conditions of the GPL/LGPL.