Grundig FineArts ­55 ­FLE ­9170 ­SH User Manual

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Special features of your t elevision set
Receiving digital channels
Important notes on environmental
Connecting the antenna and power cord
Inserting batteries into the r emote control
10­ ovErvIEw
The remote control – Main functions
The remote control – All functions
14­ SEttINGS
Initial set-up and tuning t elevision
Selecting language, country and
operating mode
Tuning terrestrial television channels
Tuning television channels from the cable
provider (DVB-C)
Changing the program table for the
digital channels
Picture settings
22­ tELEvISIoN­-­opErAtIoN
Zoom function
Eco mode
Zapping function
Electronic TV guide
26­ 3D­FuNCtIoN
Important information about the 3D
Preparing the 3D function
3D Settings
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29­ SmArt­INtEr@CtIvE­tv­AND­
What is Smart Inter@ctive TV
Network connection
Wired network
Smart Inter@ctive TV internet applications
Playback the video, music and image files
with home network connection
vTuner internet radio
39­ uSB­rECorDING
Information on recording and playing
television programmes
Possible limitations when using an
external data medium
Connecting external data media
Settings for USB recording
"Pausing" time shift programmes
Recording programmes
Presetting programmes to be recorded
Deleting programmes in the recording list
46­ uSB­opErAtIoN
File formats
Connecting external data media
The file browser
Settings in the USB setup menu
Basic playback functions
Additional playback
52­ tELEtExt­opErAtIoN
TOP text or FLOF text mode
Additional functions
53­ INtErACtIvE­portAL­(HBBtv)
What is HbbTV?
Additional functions for video sequences
Opening the SETTINGS menu
Language settings
Setting the date and time
Timer settings
Parental control settings
Updating software (OAD)
Updating software (Online)
Restoring the television to the default


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    CoNtENtS ­ - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 29­ SmArt­INtEr@CtIvE­tv­AND­ 4­ SEtup­AND­SAFEtY ­ HomE­NEtworK ­ 6­ GENErAL­INFormAtIoN ­ What is Smart Inter@ctive TV Special features of your t elevision set Network connection Receiving digital channels Wired network Important notes on environmental Smart Inter@ctive TV internet applications protection Playback the video, music and image files Notes on still images with home network connection vTuner internet radio 8­ CoNNECtIoN­AND­prEpArAtIoN ­ Connecting the antenna and power cord 39­ uSB­rECorDING ­ Inserting batteries into the r emote control Information on recording and playing television programmes 10­...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CoNtENtS ­ - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 58­ opErAtIoN­uSING­ExtErNAL­ DEvICES ­ DIGI LINK The DIGI LINK functions on your television Device operation High definition HD ready Connection options Connecting external devices Using a DVD player, DVD r ecorder, video recorder or set-top box Headphones Hi-fi system/AV receiver 64­ opErAtIoN­AS­A­pC­moNItor ­ Connecting a PC Selecting presets for the PC Settings for PC mode 65­ opErAtIoN­wItH­A­CommoN­ INtErFACE ­ What is a Common Interface? Inserting the CA module Access control for CI module and smart card 66­ SpECIAL­SEttINGS ­ Searching for digital terrestrial TV channels automatically Searching for digital terrestrial TV channels manually...

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    SEtup­AND­SAFEtY ­ - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please note the following instructions when Make sure the power cord or the power sup- setting up the television set: ply unit (if provided) are not damaged. This television is designed to receive and dis- Only operate the television with the power play video and audio signals. supply/power cord provided. All other uses are expressly prohibited. Thunderstorms are a danger to all electrical The ideal viewing distance is five times the devices. Even when the television is switched d iagonal screen size. off, it can be damaged by a lightning strike to the mains or the antenna. Always disconnect Light falling on the screen impairs picture the mains and antenna plugs during a storm.

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    SEtup­AND­SAFEtY ­ - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Do not connect any other equipment while the device is switched on. Also switch off other equipment before connecting it. Do not plug in the power cord of the device until you have connected the external equip- ment and the antenna. Make sure the mains plug is freely accessible. Do not expose the batteries to excessive heat such as direct sunlight, fire, etc. Do not use old and unused batteries together. Only replace the exhausted batteries with those having the same model, value and prop- erties. By ensuring proper disposal of these batteries, you will have contributed in prevention of po- tential hazards on the environment and human health that may arise from inappropriate dis- posal of the batteries. Caution: If you plan on using a wall bracket for your television, make sure you read the assembly manual for the wall bracket or have a spe- cialist assemble it. When purchasing the wall bracket, make sure that all the fastening points on the televi- sion are also on the wall bracket and that they are all used when mounting it.

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    Although this television set complies with the M ore information on recording and playing current DVB-T and DVB-C standards (status: TV programmes can be found from page 39. August 2010), the compatibility with f uture ter- restrial DVB-T and DVB-C cable programmes Your Grundig television and 3D shutter glasses cannot be guaranteed. can provide the reality of the cinema when you watch 3D movies in your home. Your television set can receive and process This TV uses state-of-the-art LED technology to all analogue and non-encrypted digi- give you the best experience 3D has to offer.

  • Page 6: Notes On Still Images

    GENErAL­INFormAtIoN ­ - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- receiving­digital­channels If the device is equipped with a power switch, switching it off using this switch will be suffi- You require a digital roof antenna or indoor cient. The energy consumed by the television antenna (passive or active indoor antenna set is reduced to virtually 0 W. with its own power supply) to receive digital television channels (DVB-T). In standby mode, the television set uses very little energy. However, it may be necessary If you wish to receive digital television chan- to leave the television set in standby mode nels via your cable system (DVB-C), the an- for certain functions (for example automatic tenna cable for your cable operator must be switch-on and switch-off and for timer func-...

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    CoNNECtIoN­AND­prEpArAtIoN ­ - ---------------------------------------------- Connecting­the­antenna­and­power­cord 1a To receive terrestrial digital broadcasters 2 Plug the power cord into a wall socket. (DVB-T) connect the cable for the rooftop Note: or indoor antenna (passive or active indoor Do not plug in the power cord of the device antenna with its own power supply) to the an- until you have connected the external equip- tenna socket »ANt­IN« on the television set; ment and the antenna. Only use the power cord supplied to c onnect 1b To receive digital cable channels (DVB-C) the television set to a suitable earthed safety connect the cable for the rooftop antenna socket.

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    CoNNECtIoN­AND­prEpArAtIoN ­ - ---------------------------------------------- Inserting­batteries­into­the­ Environmental­note ­ r emote­control This symbol on recharge- able batteries/batteries or on the packaging indicates that the rechargeable bat- tery/battery may not be disposed of with regular household rubbish. For certain r echargeable batteries/batteries, this sym- bol may be supplemented by a chemical symbol. Symbols for mercury (Hg) or lead (Pb) are provided if the rechargeable batter- ies/batteries contain more than 0.0005%...

  • Page 9: Connections On The Television Set

    ovErvIEw ­------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Connections­on­the­television­set Av1­/­S-vHS S CART socket (CVBS signal, AuDIo­out­L­r S ockets for audio output. RGB signal); Audio S ocket for audio V ideo and sound socket for input for a PC. S-Video camcorder. pC-IN V GA socket, video input CompoNENt for PC. ­­­Y­pb­pr S ockets for video input ANt­IN A ntenna socket for a DVB-T, (YUV signal). DVB-C and analogue L­­r S ockets for audio input antenna. (YUV signal). optic­out S ocket for audio output ( optical) for PCM/AC3 s ignals.

  • Page 10: Controls On The Television Set

    ovErvIEw ­------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Controls­on­the­television­set HDmI2 H DMI socket, audio/video input. /I­ S witches the television on and HDmI3 H DMI socket, back into standby mode. audio/video input. v–­­v+ A djusts the volume; HDmI4 selects menu functions. H DMI socket, audio/video input. mENu­ ­ O pens the menu. uSB2­(HDD)­ ­ U SB socket for external Select a menu option with data media and »p+« or »p–«. PVR f unction; Activate the function with »v+«. Wireless USB network de- Confirm the function with vice socket.

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    ovErvIEw ­------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ the­remote­control­–­main­functions Switches on and off Switches on from standby; (Standby). Selects channel – directly. S witches between S elects the channel list teletext and TV mode; (»All«, »FAV 1« to »FAV 4«). opens/closes the control menu when playing a file in DLNA menu. Opens the 3D menu. Opens the Smart inter@ctive menu. Displays information. ­ Z apping function; Opens the main menu. switches back one menu level in the menus. Opens the channel list. Opens the electronic TV guide. Opens the TOOLS menu. O pens menu for AV channels and USB input. Adjusts the volume. < Then select using » «, » «, > » « or »...

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    ovErvIEw ­------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ the­remote­control­–­­ F reeze frame, if no external data medium is connected; All­functions Playback pause; ­ R­ S witch on button lighting. The light- Time shift mode (only for digital ing switches off automatically after t elevision channels and when a short time. an external data medium is con- nected); Opens the Smart inter@ctive menu. Pauses the file being played in ­ ­ Selects pages in teletext; (red) DLNA and vTuner menu.  (green) Selects/activates various functions E nds playback of a programme  (yellow) in the menus. from an external data medium;  (blue) Ends a recording or S elects different audio settings;...

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    SEttINGS ­----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Selecting­language,­country­and­ Initial­set-up­and­tuning­ operating­mode ­ t elevision­channels 1 Switch on the television set from standby with T he television set is equipped with automatic » «, »1…0« or »p+« or »p-«. channel search, which searches for terrestrial – During initial set-up, the »Installation Guide« channels (DVB-T), cable channels (DVB-C) and will be displayed. analogue channels. Help:­ You start the search and the television channels will be stored into the Program Table. Following, If this menu is not displayed, restore the you can sort the television channels in the Pro- t elevision set to its default settings (see gram Table.

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    SEttINGS ­----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- tuning­terrestrial­television­ tuning­television­channels­from­ channels­(DvB-t) the­cable­provider­(DvB-C) 1 In the »Source Setup« menu, in the »Connec- 1 In the »Source Setup« menu, in the »Connec- tion Type« line, select the option »Cable« tion Type« line, select the option »Air« with < > with » « or » «. < > » « or » «. 2 S elect the line »Scan Type« with » « or » «.

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    SEttINGS ­----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Changing­the­program­table­for­ Selecting­channel­lists the­digital­channels 1 Open the menu with »mENu«. 2 Select the »SOURCE SETUP« menu with » Channels which are found using the scan are « saved in the »PROGRAM TABLE«. or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ – T he »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears. You can delete channels which are not required from the programe table, you can change the 3 S elect the line »Programe Table« with » « order of channels within the programe table and or »...

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    SEttINGS ­----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Deleting­channels Skipping­channels 1 In the »PROGRAM TABLE« menu, select the You can mark television channels which should Edit mode by pressing » « (red). be skipped when selecting with » « or » «.  Λ It is still possible to select them using the number 2 Select the t elevision channel to be deleted buttons. < >...

  • Page 17

    SEttINGS ­----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Enter­own­names­for­the­favourites­ Note: lists­(max.­6­characters) Channels can also be deleted from the f avourites lists. Select the channel to be You can enter own names for all favourites lists. < > d eleted with » «, » «, » « or » « and Λ 1 In the »PROGRAM TABLE« menu, switch over press »oK« to delete it. to the list view with »...

  • Page 18

    SEttINGS ­----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- picture­settings­ Notes: You can only select the »Mpeg NR« function 1 Open the menu with »mENu«. on digital and AV presets. 2 Select the menu item »PICTURE SETTINGS« »Mpeg NR« reduces any interference with » « or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ from artefacts (pixel blocks) from digital – T he »PICTURE SETTINGS« menu appears. programmes due to MPEG compression (such as from DVB-T receivers or 20.09.2010 15:46 PICTURE SETTINGS...

  • Page 19: Sound Settings

    SEttINGS ­----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sound­settings­ Automatic­volume Television stations broadcast at different vol- 1 Open the menu with »mENu«. umes. The automatic volume limiting (AVL) func- 2 Select the menu item »SOUND SETTINGS« tion means the volume is kept the same when with » « or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ you switch between channels. – T he »SOUND SETTINGS« menu appears. 1 Select the line »AVL« with » « or » « and Λ < > select the option »On« with » « or »...

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    SEttINGS ­----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Soundeffects Equalizer This menu offers three preset sound effects Equalizer offers a sound setting ”User” that you (Music, Natural and Speech) and one setting to can create. be created by you (User). Equaliser appears in the menu when »Sound mode« is selected as »Spatial« or »Normal«, 1 Select the line »Sound Preset« with » « or and »Sound Medium« as »User«. » «. Λ 1 Select »Equalizer« with » « or »...

  • Page 21: Basic Functions

    tELEvISIoN­-­opErAtIoN -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Basic­functions Displaying­information 1­ Display information, press »?« repeatedly. Switching­on­and­off – T he display disappears automatically after a short while. 1 Press » «, »1…0« or »p+« or »p-« to switch on the television from standby mode. Freeze-frame 2 Press » « to switch the television to standby. If you wish to view a particular scene for longer, you can “freeze” the frame of the current pro- Selecting­channels gramme. 1 Press »1…0« to select presets directly. 1 Activate the freeze-frame function with » «. 2 Select channels step by step with »p+« or 2 End the freeze-frame function with » «. »p-«.

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    tELEvISIoN­-­opErAtIoN -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Audio­settings Zoom­function Various audio settings are available. This function allows you to enlarge the picture as required. 1 Open the Tools menu with »tooLS«. 1 Open the Tools menu with »tooLS«. 2 Select the menu item »Sound Preset« with » « or » «. 2 Select the menu item »Zoom« with » « or Λ » «. Λ 3 Select the audio setting »User«, »Music«, <...

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    tELEvISIoN­-­opErAtIoN -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Zapping­function Electronic­tv­guide This function remembers the channel you are The electronic TV guide provides an overview of c urrently watching while you switch over to other all programmes that will be broadcast in the next ones (zapping). week (for digital channels only). 1 Press »1…0« or »p+«, »p–« to select the 1 Press »GuIDE« to display channel informa- channel to be stored in the zapping memory tion. and press » « to confirm. < Notes: 2 Press »1…0« or » «, »...

  • Page 24: Changing The Picture Format

    tELEvISIoN­-­opErAtIoN -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Changing­the­picture­format »panorama«­format­ This setting is suitable for films in an especially The television automatically switches to the 16:9 wide format. format if this format is detected via the SCART socket. During programmes in 4:3 format, the picture is 1 Open the Tools menu with »tooLS«. stretched horizontally if the »Panorama« function is selected. The picture geometry is stretched 2 Select the menu item »Picture Format« with horizontally. » « or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ < > »overscan­off«­format 3 Select the picture format with » « or » « and press »oK« to confirm.

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    To join 3D world, you just need to put on the N ever use the 3D function for longer than Grundig 3D glasses. 3 hours without a break. Notes: I t is essential that you supervise children O nly use the GRUNDIG AS-3D G glasses. watching a 3D programme to prevent dam- Do not use 3D glasses from other manufac- age to their health. Children under 6 years turers. should not watch 3D content because their G rundig AS-3D G glasses are also sold spatial vision is not yet completely developed.

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    3D­FuNCtIoN ­ - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Note: watching­3D­films Frame Packing appears in the 3D menu only Notes: if a video signal is sent to the »HDmI« input The 3D function is supported using the in HDMI 1.4 format. The »Side by Side« »DvB-t«, »DvB-C« and »DLNA« channel and »Top Bottom« options do not appear. sources or external devices connected to the »HDmI«, »Ypbpr«, »vGA« or »uSB« 4 Turn off the 3D function by setting it to »Off« inputs. with »3D« and confirm with »oK«. With »HDmI«, »Ypbpr« and »vGA« 3D­Settings inputs, 3D mode is only possible with resolutions at »1280 x 720p 50/60...

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    « or » «. broadcas- Top and 720p @ 50 or ters Bottom 59.94/60Hz 4 Press »mENu« to end the setting. 1080p @ Left­-­right­Correction 23.97/24Hz When Frame Packing mode is enabled in HDMI Note: source, 3D perception may disappear in 3D Refer to the user manual of the Grundig AS- films or 3D games due to a synchronization shift 3D G glasses for further information about arising from HDMI signal. You may correct 3D usage, cleaning and care of the glasses. perception with this feature. 1 Select »Left-Right Correction« with » »HDmI4« input does not support HDMI1.4. « or » «. Λ < > 2 Press » « or »...

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    SmArt­INtEr@CtIvE­tv­AND­HomE­NEtworK ­ what­is­Smart­Inter@ctive­tv wired­network wired­network­connection Smart Inter@ctive TV provides your television with internet services and pages when con- 1 Connect the output of external modem to the nected to internet. »LAN« socket with Cat 5 cable. Through Interactive TV feature you can run many local and global internet applications. These applications include video, picture and music applications, social networks, news and sports, weather applications and doctor or pharmacy search, recipes and viewing traffic congestions depending on your local city. Also, you can listen to online radio. The availability of the applications and the con- tent is dependent on the content provider.

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    SmArt­INtEr@CtIvE­tv­AND­HomE­NEtworK ­ wired­network­settings 3 Select »Connection Type« with » « or » « Λ < > and then select »Wired« with » « or » «. There are two ways of making the wired network settings. 4 Select »Network Configuration« with » « or < > » « and then select »AUTO« with » « or » «. Λ A Automatic wired network connection, a ll connection settings (»IP Address«, »Net- 5 Start the registration to the home network by mask«, »Gateway« and »DNS«) are ob- pressing » « (red).  tained from modem automatically.

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    SmArt­INtEr@CtIvE­tv­AND­HomE­NEtworK ­ manual­connection 7 Select »Netmask« with » « and press »oK«. Enter the Netmask with »1…0« and press Certain networks require Static IP address. If your » « (green) to save the value.  network requires a Static IP address, you must enter the »IP Address«, »Netmask«, »Gateway« 8 Select »Gateway« with » « and press »oK«. and »DNS« values manually. You can obtain Enter the Gateway with »1…0« and press your »IP Address«, »Netmask«, »Gateway« »...

  • Page 31

    IEEE 802.11N since the data transfer rate of IEEE 802.11B/G protocol is lower. Please note that video playback performance in a DLNA application on a wireless local net- work and in a smart Inter@ctive TV applica- tion on a network with internet connection de- pends on the number of users on the network as it is the case in every wireless network. 1 Connect Grundig WiFi USB dongle to the It is recommended to switch off the equip- »uSB1« or »uSB2­(HDD)« socket of your ment that are not in use in home network in television in order to connect the television order to avoid unnecessary network traffic. to a wireless network. Placing the modem or wireless network shar- er on an elevated location will increase the wireless connection reception strength.

  • Page 32

    SmArt­INtEr@CtIvE­tv­AND­HomE­NEtworK ­ wireless­network­settings 4 Select »Network Configuration« with » « or < > » « and then select »AUTO« with » « or » «. Λ There are two ways of making the wireless net- work settings. 5 Select »Select Access Point« with » « or » « and confirm with »oK«. Λ A Automatic connection, – » Select Access Point« menu appears and » Apart from Access Point Selection, all data available wireless networks are scanned regarding the connection settings (»IP Ad- and displayed in the menu dress«, »Netmask«, »Gateway« and »DNS«)

  • Page 33

    SmArt­INtEr@CtIvE­tv­AND­HomE­NEtworK ­ manual­connection 7 Select »Network Configuration« with » « or < » « and then select »Manual« with » « or Λ Certain networks require Static IP address. If > » «. »IP Address«, »Netmask«, »Gateway« your network requires a Static IP address, you and »DNS« options are active. must enter the »IP Address«, »Netmask«, »Gate- way« and »DNS« values manually. You can ob- 8 Select »IP Address« with » « and press »oK«. tain your »IP Address«, »Netmask«, »Gateway« Enter the IP address with »1…0« and press and »DNS« values from your Internet Service »...

  • Page 34

    See page 29 or those applications with their own decision. Grundig cannot be held responsible for such changes. Grundig reserves the right to make all changes such as modifications, restrictions, extensions, transfers and removals on internet applications provided through your Smart Inter@ctive TV.

  • Page 35

    SmArt­INtEr@CtIvE­tv­AND­HomE­NEtworK ­ Smart­İnter@ctive­browser­main­menu 1 Application gallery 2 Selected applications 3 Description of the application KATEGORIE 4 Live picture from the Selected Application current TV channel Aplication information Social&Fun Health&Life 5 Submenü for selecting News&Video the different categories. Press OK to Enter Exit KATEGORIE Back Navigation­in­the­main­menu playing­and­other­options­in­the­ applications 1 Select the desired application with » «, <...

  • Page 36

    SmArt­INtEr@CtIvE­tv­AND­HomE­NEtworK ­ playback­the­video,­music­and­ 3 Press » « (blue) to discover DMS  devices on home network. image­files­with­home­network­ – D MS devices that are discovered appears connection in the menu. With DLNA menu of your television, you can Note: easily access Video, music and photo files on If no DMS device appears, check the server; and thanks to DMR feature, you can au- network connection. See page 29 or 32. tomatically start and stop media playing on de- vices with DMC feature.

  • Page 37

    SmArt­INtEr@CtIvE­tv­AND­HomE­NEtworK ­ Start­playback vtuner­internet­radio 1 In the content of the DMC device select the Many radio stations broadcast through the inter- < > required folder with » «, » «, » « or » « net. vTuner allows you to access many popular Λ and confirm with »oK«. radio stations on earth. Thanks to the vTuner – All titels appears. function of your television, you can display a list that contains many radio stations, and select < 2 Select the required title with » «, » «, » «...

  • Page 38

    R ecording and playback of television pro- Depending on the broadcaster, you may experi- ■ ence various restrictions on some of the functions grammes is only possible with digital television from some television channels. channels (DVB-T and DVB-C). T he digital television channels (DVB-T and GruNDIG­has­no­influence­on­­ ■ DVB-C) you are able to record and playback these­restrictions. also depends on the broadcaster. R ecording a programme on the external data ■ R ecording and playback of programmes, medium can be disabled by the broadcaster. ■ as well as the time shift function, can only be If the message »URI* protected! PVR function...

  • Page 39

    uSB­rECorDING ­ - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connecting­external­data­media­ Notes: The »uSB1« socket of the television sup- Notes: plies a maximum power of 500 mA in ac- Before connecting the data medium, switch cordance with USB specifications. External the television to standby with » «. Connect hard disks which require more power may the device and then switch the television on therefore only be connected to the »uSB2­ again. (HDD)« of the television. Before removing the external data medium, If you use a network cable for external hard the television must be switched to standby, disks which have been connected to the so that no data loss occurs. »uSB2­(HDD)« socket of the television, this Your television features two USB sockets, network cable must also be disconnected »uSB1« and »uSB2­(HDD)«.

  • Page 40

    uSB­rECorDING ­ - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Switching­on­automatic­preview testing­the­external­data­medium If the automatic preview is switched on, a pre- You can subject external data media to a test view of the selected file appears in the file and establish whether they are suitable for the browser. chosen functionality. 1 Select the line »Auto Preview« with » « or 1 Select the line »Disk« with » « or »...

  • Page 41

    uSB­rECorDING ­ - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- recording­programmes ″pausing”­time­shift­­ programmes You can record programmes. The data for these programmes is recorded on an external data You can pause the programme you are watch- medium and this archive is administered via the ing. This is a useful function, for example if the television. telephone rings while you are watching a film and you do not want to miss anything. You need 44 MB till 110 MB of memory capacity on the external data medium for A freeze-frame display of the last scene appears 1 minute recording time. on the screen and the programme is recorded in the time shift memory of the external data While recording, you can watch another pro-...

  • Page 42

    uSB­rECorDING ­ - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- recording­a­programme­from­the­ presetting­programmes­to­be­ channel­list recorded 1 Open the »CHANNEL LIST« with »oK«..­using­the­electronic­tv­guide 2 Select a television channel with » «, » «, Λ You can use data from the electronic TV guide < > » « or » « and press »oK« to confirm. for recording. 3 Press »mENu« to exit the channel list. 25 programmes can be preset for the timer r ecording or as a reminder. 4 Press »...

  • Page 43

    uSB­rECorDING ­ - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...­by­manual­data­entry Editing­recording­data­in­the­­ timer­menu You can preset up to 25 programmes for timer recording. You can edit the data for programmed timer r ecordings. 1 Press »GuIDE« to display channel informa- tion. 1 Select the timer menu by pressing »GuIDE«, – T he electronic TV guide appears. » « (yellow) and » « (blue) in succes- ...

  • Page 44

    uSB­rECorDING ­ - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- playback playback­during­a­recording The recorded programmes – whether started During a recording, you can either watch the manually or using the timer function – are stored programme you are currently recording or watch on the external data medium. You can open the a different one that you have already recorded. archive on the external data medium by pressing 1 Select the channel to be recorded with »rEC.LISt«. »1…0« or »p+«, »p–« and press » « to Selecting­a­programme­from­­ start the recording. the­archive 2 Select the »Recorded Event« menu by press- 1 Open the »Recorded Event« menu with ing »rEC.LISt«.

  • Page 45

    uSB­opErAtIoN ­--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- File­formats Image­data Your television can display pictures in the formats Your television can work with the following file JPEG, PNG and BMP. formats using the USB sockets: JPEG stands for Joint Picture Experts Group. video­data It denotes a process for compressing picture files. Special codecs for video compression and PNG and BMP are process used to save image d ecompression provide more memory space data with no, or very little, losses. without compromising the picture quality exces- Picture files can be stored with other types of files sively. on one medium. Your television plays video files in the formats These files can be organised into folders and DIVS, XVID, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (L4.1, 4 ref- subfolders.

  • Page 46

    uSB­opErAtIoN ­--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connecting­external­­ data­media­ Before connecting the data medium, switch the television to standby using » «. Connect the d evice and then switch the television on again. Before removing the external data medium, the television set must be switched to standby, so that no data loss occurs. Notes: The »uSB1« socket of the television set s upplies a maximum power of 500 mA in accordance with USB specifications. Exter- nal hard disks which require more power may therefore only be connected to the...

  • Page 47

    uSB­opErAtIoN ­--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- the­file­browser­ Settings­in­the­uSB­setup­menu The file browser displays video, audio and Selecting­the­menu p icture files stored on external data media. < > 1 Press » «, use » «, » «, » « or » « to Λ If an external data medium contains files in select the preset »USB« and press »oK« to d ifferent formats, you can, when necessary, filter confirm.

  • Page 48

    uSB­opErAtIoN ­--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Divx ­voD Basic­playback­functions­ ® You must have your device registered in order to 1 Select the data medium by pressing » «, play the protected video that you will buy from < > use » «, » «, » « or » « to select the option Λ DivX ® »USB« and press »oK« to confirm. – T he file browser appears. 1 Select »DivX VOD« with » « or » « and ® Λ confirm with »oK«. 2 Select the file format (video files, audio files, – Registration Code appears. picture files) with » « or » «. Λ 2 Visit “” and register the 3 Switch to the folder/file list with »oK«.

  • Page 49

    uSB­opErAtIoN ­--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Additional­playback­­ Notes: functions Use » « to select »Up Folder«, when you Λ would like to return to the last folder. Use Depending on the file format, the following »Root« (and then press »oK«) to return to a dditional functions are available: the main folder. Selecting­chapters­on­Divx ­files ® It is possible that files which are actually supported do not function correctly in USB (only video files) mode. This is because certain files are not...

  • Page 50

    uSB­opErAtIoN ­--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Selecting­a­track­or­picture­in­steps­ repeat­functions (SKIp) Options: – » One Repeat«: the current track will be 1 During playback, select the next track/ r epeated. picture with » «. – » All Repeat«: all tracks will be repeated. 2 During playback, select the previous track/ 1 Switch off the repeat function before play- picture with »...

  • Page 51

    tELEtExt­opErAtIoN ­---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Enlarging­the­character­height top­text­or­FLoF­text­mode If you have difficulty reading the text on the 1 Press »txt« to switch on teletext. screen, you can increase the character height. 2 Select teletext pages directly with »1...0« 1 To enlarge the character height of a teletext or step by step with » « and » «. Λ page, keep pressing » «. Return to teletext page 100 with »?«. Note: page­hold At the bottom of the screen there is an info A multiple page may contain several sub-pages, bar with red, green and – depending on the which are automatically scrolled by the broad- channel – yellow and blue panels. Similarly, casting station. the remote control also features buttons with 1 Stop the automatic scrolling of the sub-pages different colours with which these pages can...

  • Page 52

    INtErACtIvE­portAL­(HBBtv) ­-------------------------------------------------------------- what­is­Hbbtv? The ARD offering includes, for example, a de- To put it simply, HbbTV provides next-generation tailed programme overview, the full offering of interactive teletext with modern structured con- "Das Erste Mediathek” as well as graphical re- tent, high-definition pictures and video sequenc- structured teletext with high-definition pictures. es, and interactivity. The ZDF offering includes the "ZDF mediathek" To receive HbbTV, the television must be con- and other programme information (as of Septem- nected to the internet. ber 2011). ARD is currently offering this new service with its The HBBTV Service is only available in some "third programmes", as is ZDF.

  • Page 53

    CoNvENIENCE­FuNCtIoNS ­------------------------------------------------------------------------ opening­the­SEttINGS­menu Changing­the­audio­language (only for digital television channels) 1 Open the menu with »mENu«. You can define a primary and a secondary 2 Select the »SETTINGS« menu with » « or audio language. » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ – T he »SETTINGS« menu appears. 1 Select the line »Audio« with » « or » « and Λ press »oK« to confirm. – T he »Select Audio Language« menu 20.09.2010 15:46 SETTINGS...

  • Page 54

    CoNvENIENCE­FuNCtIoNS ­------------------------------------------------------------------------ Setting­the­date­and­time timer­settings Automatic­setting Entering­the­switch-off­time­­ (sleep­timer) Your television set detects the difference in time to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) automatically, as In the »Sleep Timer« menu you can enter a time long as the channel selected transmits a time signal. for the television to switch off. After this time has elapsed, the television switches to standby 1 Select the line »Date & Time« with » « or mode. » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ 1 Select the line »Sleep Timer« with » « or 2 Select the line »Auto« with » « or »...

  • Page 55

    CoNvENIENCE­FuNCtIoNS ­------------------------------------------------------------------------ parental­control­settings 6 Select the line »Volume« with » « or » « and Λ < > use » « or » « to set the volume. Authorising­programmes 7 Select the line »Set Hour« with » « or » « Λ There are films which may be wholly or partially and enter the time with »1…0«. unsuitable for children. 8­ Save the data with » « (green).  These programmes contain information which Note: marks the content or scenes with access levels of You can abort the entry by pressing » « (red). 4 to 18. You can select one of the access levels,  thereby authorising playback. 9 Press »mENu« to end the setting. 1 Select the line »Parental Guidance« with Switch-off­timer »...

  • Page 56

    CoNvENIENCE­FuNCtIoNS ­------------------------------------------------------------------------ Changing­the­pIN­code updating­software­(oAD) You can also enter a personal PIN code instead (for digital channels only) of the default code »1234«. Please take note of 1 In the »SETTINGS« menu, select the line your own PIN code. »Check For OAD Updates updates« with 1 Select »Set PIN« with » « or » « and press » « or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ Λ »oK« to confirm. – A search for new software will be made and – if available – it will be installed.

  • Page 57: Digi Link, The Digi Link Functions On Your Television

    opErAtIoN­uSING­ExtErNAL­DEvICES ­----------------------------- DIGI­LINK Searching­for­and­activating­­ external­devices Your television is equipped with You can connect up to 11 devices with DIGI LINK the DIGI LINK function. functions to your television. This function uses the CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) 1 Open the Tools menu with »tooLS«. protocol. 2 Select the menu item »CEC« with » « or CEC allows external devices which are connect- » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ ed to the »HDmI« sockets by an HDMI cable – T he »HDMI CEC Device List« appears.

  • Page 58: Device Operation

    « or » « Λ 20.09.2010 and press »oK« to confirm. 15:46 SOURCE SETUP – The external device switches itself off. Source HDMI1 DIGILINK Device Selection GRUNDIG DVD Remote Control RC Passthrough Device Standby Exit Back 4 Select the line »Remote Control« with » « or » «. Λ 5­ Select the type of operation (»RC Pass- <...

  • Page 59: High Definition Hd Ready, Connection Options

    opErAtIoN­uSING­ExtErNAL­DEvICES ­----------------------------- High­definition­­ ­ HD­ready Connection­options Which television socket(s) you connect your Connect the corre- external devices to depends on the sockets sponding input sources the external device is equipped with and the (e.g. HDTV receiver or signals which are available. HD-DVD player) to the »HDmI« sockets (for Please note: With many external devices, the resolution of the video signal must be digital HDTV sources). adjusted to the input sockets of the television This ensures that you can view digital HDTV (see the operating manual of the external p rogrammes, even if they are copy-protected device). You can find out which values you (HDCP High Bandwidth Digital Content Protec-...

  • Page 60: Connecting External Devices

    opErAtIoN­uSING­ExtErNAL­DEvICES ­----------------------------- Connecting­external­devices ...­using­the­SCArt­socket­­ (CvBS/rGB­signal) ...­with­digital­audio/video­signals Suitable devices: Digital satellite receiver, Suitable devices: Digital satellite receivers, DVD player/recorder, set-top box, games con- Playstation, BluRay player, DVD player/ sole, video recorder, decoder. recorder, set-top box, notebook, PCs. Video signal: CVBS/RGB. Video signal: Digital video; resolution: stand- Audio signal: stereo, analogue. ard 576p; HDTV 720p, 1080i, 1080p. »AV1« preset. Audio signal: digital audio (stereo, multi-chan- nel compression, uncompressed). 1 Connect the »Av1/S-vHS« socket on the television and the corresponding socket on Presets »HDMI 1«, »HDMI 2«, »HDMI 3« or the external device using a SCART cable »HDMI4«.

  • Page 61: Using A Dvd Player, Dvd R Ecorder

    opErAtIoN­uSING­ExtErNAL­DEvICES ­----------------------------- ...­with­an­analogue­tv­signal using­a­DvD­player,­ DvD­­ r ecorder,­video­recorder­­ Suitable devices: Digital satellite receiver, or­set-top­box DVD player/recorder, set-top box, camera r ecorder. 1 Switch on the external device and select the Video signal: CVBS. function you wish to use. Audio signal: stereo, analogue. < > 2 Press » «, use » «, » «, » « or » « to Λ »AV2« preset. select the preset for the input signal (»AV1«, »AV2«, »S-VHS«, »HDMI1«, »HDMI2«, 1 Connect the »video« socket on the »HDMI3«, »HDMI4« or »Component«) t elevision to the corresponding socket of the...

  • Page 62: Hi-fi System/av Receiver

    opErAtIoN­uSING­ExtErNAL­DEvICES ­----------------------------- Hi-fi­system/Av­receiver playing­the­audio­signal­via­the­­ HiFi­system Connecting­the­hi-fi­system/­ 1­ Connect the »AuDIo­out­L­r« sockets on Av­receiver the television to the corresponding socket of 1­ out« socket on the Connect the »optic­ the AV receiver with an RCA cable (digital television to the corresponding socket of the audio signal). device with an optical digital cable (digital Note: audio signal). If this function is not activated, the audio sig- Setting­the­audio­format nal is transmitted to the HiFi system/AV re- ceiver (connected to »AuDIo­out­L­r«).

  • Page 63: Connecting A Pc, Selecting Presets For The Pc, Settings For Pc Mode

    opErAtIoN­AS­A­pC­moNItor ­ - --------------------------------------------------------- Connecting­a­pC 20.09.2010 SOURCE SETUP 15:46 1 Connect the »pC-IN« socket on the television to the corresponding socket on the PC using a VGA cable (video signal). Source 2 Connect the »Audio« socket on the televi- sion to the corresponding socket on the PC Auto Ajust using a suitable cable (audio signal). Extended settings Note: Auto Ajust Mode Adjust your PC to the monitor (for example, Position 50H - 50V picture resolution 1280 x 768, picture fre- Size quency 60 Hz).

  • Page 64: What Is A Common Interface, Inserting The Ca Module, Access Control For Ci Module And

    opErAtIoN­wItH­A­CommoN­INtErFACE ­ - ----------------- what­is­a­Common­Interface? Access­control­for­CI­module­and­ smart­card C ommon Interface (CI) is an interface for DVB receivers. 1 Open the menu with »mENu«. E ncrypted channels can only be viewed 2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with » « with a CA module suitable for the encryp- or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ tion system and in conjunction with the – T he »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.

  • Page 65

    SpECIAL­SEttINGS ­ - --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Searching­for­television­ Note: channels­from­the­cable­ You can accelerate the search. To do this, you need information about the frequency provider­automatically and network ID. You are usually able to get 1 Open the menu with »mENu«. this data from your cable operator or find it in forums on the Internet. For example, the 2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with » « frequency 402MHz and network ID 61441 or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ...

  • Page 66: Searching For Digital Terrestrial

    SpECIAL­SEttINGS ­ - --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Searching­for­digital­terrestrial­ Searching­for­television­channels­ tv­channels­automatically from­the­cable­provider­manu- ally 1 Open the menu with »mENu«. 1 Open the menu with »mENu«. 2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with » « or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ 2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with » « – T he »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears. or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ – T he »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears. 3 Select the line »Source« with » « or » « and press »oK« to confirm.

  • Page 67

    SpECIAL­SEttINGS ­ - --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Searching­for­digital­terrestrial­ 6 Select the line »Scan Typ« with » « or » « Λ < > and set the option »DTV« with » « or » «. tv­channels­manually 7 Start the scan with » « (red).  1 Open the menu with »mENu«. – A ll channel and favourites lists will be 2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with » « d eleted and compiled anew. or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ Note: – T he »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears.

  • Page 68

    SpECIAL­SEttINGS ­ - --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- tuning­analogue­television­ 4 Select the line »Automatic Channel Search« with » « or » « and press »oK« to confirm. ­ c hannels Λ This setting is only necessary if you cannot re- 20.09.2010 SOURECE SETUP 15:46 ceive any digital channels and you have not car- ried out an analogue search during initial setup. The television channels can be set directly or Source using the scan. Automativ Channel Search Switching­the­television­to­...

  • Page 69: Changing Stored Analogue C Hannels

    SpECIAL­SEttINGS ­ - --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Note: tuning­the­television­channels­by­ If you wish to remedy other television entering­the­channel­numbers channels, repeat steps 4 to 7. 1 Open the menu with »mENu«. 8­ Press »mENu« to end the setting. 2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with » « or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ Changing­stored­analogue­ – T he »SOURCE SETUP« menu appears. ­ c hannels 3 Select the line » Analogue Manual Tuning« If channels were stored with the automatic chan- with »...

  • Page 70

    SpECIAL­SEttINGS ­ - --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Entering­channel­names­(8­digit­ Creating­lists­of­favourites maximum) You can select your favourite channels and save them in up to four favourites lists (Fav 1 to Fav 4). 1 In the »PROGRAME TABLE« menu, select the < t elevision channel with » «, » «, » « or Λ 1 In the »PROGRAME TABLE« menu, switch > » « and press » « (red) to confirm.  over to the list view with » « (yellow).  2 Open the input keyboard with » « (green).

  • Page 71: Displaying Signal Information, Service Information For Retailers, Environmental Note

    INFormAtIoN ­--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Displaying­signal­information Service­information­for­retailers (for digital channels only) Only operate the television with the power s upply/power cord 1 Open the menu with »mENu«. provided. 2 Select the line »SOURCE SETUP« with » « The product complies with the or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ following EU directives: 2006/95/EC directive on electrical equipment 3 Select the line »Signal Information« with for use within certain voltage limits. » « or » « and press »oK« to confirm. Λ 2004/108/EC directive on electromagnetic – I nformation on the channel, network, compatibility.

  • Page 72: Technical Data

    INFormAtIoN ­--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GruNDIG­FineArts­55­FLE­9170­SH Analogue­reception­ranges: C 02 ... C80, special channels S01 ... S41 technical­data preset­channels:­ operating­voltage:­ All Channels 1 000 (Cable – DVB-C) or 220–240 V, ~ , 50–60 Hz 99 (Analogue) 1 000 (Terrestrial – DVB-T) or power­consumption: 99 (Analogue) O n mode 113 W 9 AV, 2 USB Standby <0.50 W Screen­(dm²): Energy­Efficiency­class: 83 dm² Screen­size: maximum­power­consumption 140 cm/55 inch O n mode 180 W maximum­resolution: Annual­power­consumption WUXGA, 1920 x 1080 165 kWh weight: Audio­output:­ a pprox. 27 kg...

  • Page 73: Troubleshooting

    INFormAtIoN ­--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- troubleshooting If the information provided below does not help, please consult an authorised GRUNDIG dealer. Please bear in mind that malfunctions can also be caused by external devices such as video recorders or satellite receivers. problem possible­cause remedy Screen lit (snow), but no s tation Antenna cable Is the antenna cable connected? visible No TV channel tuned Start a channel scan Insufficient contrast in picture The picture settings are not correct Adjust the brightness, contrast or c olour setting Problem at station Try another channel Picture and/or sound distorted Interference from other devices Place the device in a different position Ghosting, reflection Channel setting Automatic or manual tuning/fine tuning Antenna Have antenna cable or system checked No colour Colour intensity too low Turn up the colour Adjust TV standard (if setting option is Select the correct colour standard available) Problem at station...

  • Page 74

    INFormAtIoN ­--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- problem possible­cause remedy Low image quality (pixel) in Signal is lost based on structural Place the modem so that the signal to WLAN mode conditions. the television is not interrupted. Internet connection speed low. Low Internet speed is a problem that is related with the speed of your sub- scription or a failure in the Internet in- frastructure. Contact with your service provided (ISP). DMS (for example PC) is connected Bring your DMS closer to the modem to the wireless network and away from the modem Warnings about the connec- Network Cable or wireless USB net- Check network cable or wireless USB tion problems on the display work device may be disconnected network device Modem does not have Internet con- Make sure that your modem has In- nection or has problems ternet connection Videos in video aplications Internet connection speed low Low Internet speed is a problem that are lagging during playback is related with the speed of your sub- in wired connection scription or a failure in the Internet in- frastructure. Contact with your service provided (ISP). There are connection prob- This may occur due to temporary Try connecting to the applications...

  • Page 75: Additional Information For Units Sold In The

    INFormAtIoN ­--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Additional­Information­for­units­ Important: sold­in­the­uK. The wires in the mains lead are colour coded in accordance with the following Units sold in the UK are suitable for operation code: from a 240V ac, 50Hz mains supply. BLUE – NEUTRAL The range of multi-system receivers is built to BROWN – LIVE work in most European countries. However, the mains plug and socket system for the UK differs As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of from many European countries. your appliance may not correspond with the col- oured marking identifying terminals in your plug, This appliance has been supplied with a fitted, proceed as follows: non-removable, approved converter plug for use in the UK. This converter plug is fitted with a 5A Connect the BLUE coloured wire to plug terminal...

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