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User Manual
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To obtain the best performance and safety, please read this manual carefully.
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    LED LCD TV User Manual LE22EC05AU LE24EC05AUS Thank you for purchasing this HITACHI product. To obtain the best performance and safety, please read this manual carefully. Please keep this manual for future reference.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Welcome General Safety Instructions Assembly Controls and Connections Getting Started Basic Operations EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) Recording (PVR function) The On-Screen Display (OSD) Menu Menu Options in TV Mode Menu Options in PC Mode Media (USB) Mode Cleaning and Maintenance FAQs...

  • Page 3: Welcome

    Welcome Thank you for purchasing this HITACHI product. To obtain the best performance and safety, please read this manual carefully. Please keep this manual for future reference.

  • Page 4: General Safety Instructions

    General Safety Instructions reference, along with the warranty card, purchase receipt and carton. The safety correctly adhered to. This symbol is intended to alert you CAUTION to the presence of non-insulated dangerous voltage within the RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK product’s enclosure that may be of DO NOT OPEN risk of electric shock to persons.

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    General Safety Instructions (Cont.) • When not in use, disconnect the power cord from the outlet. Grasp the plug, not the cord, when disconnecting the unit. Pulling the cord can damage the internal wires and may cause a fire. • Never touch the TV screen, antenna or cord during thunderstorms. Stop use during thunderstorms;...

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    General Safety Instructions (Cont.) • Ensuring the TV is not overhanging the edge of the supporting furniture. • Not placing the TV on tall furniture (for example, cupboards or bookcases) without anchoring both the furniture and the TV to a suitable support. • Not standing the TV on cloth or other materials placed between the TV and supporting furniture.

  • Page 7: Assembly

    Assembly Assembling the stand Contents of carton: 1 x Instruction manual 1 x Stand base 1 x LED LCD TV 1 x Warranty card 4 x KA4*12 Screws (for stand) 1 x Remote control 2 x AAA batteries Step 1: Place a soft, cushioned surface to prevent damaging the LED LCD screen.

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    Assembly (Cont.) Wall-mounting This television set is equipped with holes on the back panel for use with wall- mounting brackets (not included). Please use the image below as a reference when buying wall-mounting brackets. NOTE: The distance between the holes is 100 x 100mm in width and height. For wall-mounting, remove all three screws to remove the entire stand assembly.

  • Page 9: Controls And Connections

    Controls and Connections Main unit controls Power supply: Ensure your mains voltage and frequency correspond with those on the TV rating label. General control buttons 1. Power/Stand-by button ( 2. Input source select button (SOURCE) 3. Menu button (MENU) 4. Channel up button (CH ) 5.

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    Controls and Connections (Cont.) Sockets (rear and side panel) 2. Composite audio & video input sockets (L/R/VIDEO) 3. Coaxial output socket (COAXIAL OUT) 4. USB port (MEDIA) 5. VGA interface input socket (VGA) 6. PC audio input socket (PC AUDIO) 7.

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    Controls and Connections (Cont.) Connections AV Connection Component (YPbPr) USB Connection...

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    Controls and Connections (Cont.) VGA (PC Connection) HDMI Connection...

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    Controls and Connections (Cont.) Remote control The buttons on the remote control and similarly marked ones on the main unit perform similar functions.

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    Controls and Connections (Cont.) TV control buttons 1 Power/Stand-by button ( 2 TV/Radio select button (TV/RADIO/ No function) 3 Mute button (MUTE 4 Number buttons (0-9) 5 Channel return button (LAST CH ) 6 Audio language select button (AUDIO) Language select button (LANGUAGE) 7 Channel select buttons ( CH ) 8 Input source select button (SOURCE) 9 Navigation keys ( /...

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    Controls and Connections (Cont.) Teletext buttons TEXT/MIX HOLD Teletext hold button SUBTITLE Subtitle button INDEX Teletext index button SIZE Teletext size button FAST TEXT The RED, GREEN, YELLOW & BLUE buttons are used for quick access to colour-coded pages transmitted by FAST TEXT broadcast. Example: RED selects city information, BLUE selects travel information, GREEN selects weather information, YELLOW selects TV programming.

  • Page 16: Getting Started

    Getting Started Using the remote control Inserting batteries • Remove the battery cover on the back of the remote control by gently pushing down the cover lock and pulling the cover upwards. • Insert two AAA alkaline or equivalent batteries, following the +/- marking in the battery compartment.

  • Page 17: First Time Installation

    Getting Started (Cont.) First time installation Connect the antenna to the RF 75Ω socket. Turn on the TV. The First Time Installation menu will be displayed on the screen, as below. Press / on the remote control to select the desired tuning type: DTV - digital channels (SD/HD) ATV - analogue channels only ATV + DTV - all channels available in your area...

  • Page 18: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations Make sure all necessary connections are correctly made before connecting the unit to the wall socket and turning on the power. The power indicator turns red and the unit is in stand-by mode. Power on/off Press on the remote control (or on the side of the TV) to turn on the power to the TV.

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    Basic Operations (Cont.) Input source Make sure you have the external input device (such as a home theatre) properly connected. Turn on the external device and press [SOURCE] on the TV remote control to select it. The input source menu appears. 1.

  • Page 20: Epg (electronic Programme Guide)

    EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) EPG stands for Digital Electronic Programme Guide. It is supplied by the programme providers and offers information about the programmes to be broadcast. You can access it in digital mode by pressing the EPG button on the remote control. Press the EPG button to display the EPG interface (above).

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    EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) (Cont.) Record Press the RED button to display the recorder 24 ABC News 24 menu (right). Press to select an item to Start Time change. Press OK to add the programme to the reminder list. An updated reminder list will be shown.

  • Page 22: Recording (pvr Function)

    Recording (PVR function) Your television features a PVR recording function which lets you: • I nstantly record a digital TV programme (via the one-touch recording button on the remote). • Time-shift playback of a digital television programme. • Set a timer to record future digital TV programmes (via the Electronic Programme Guide). IMPORTANT: For any type of recording with this television, you must have a USB device inserted into the appropriate USB port to record on. We recommend using a hard disk with self-contained power.

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    Recording (PVR function) (Cont.) menu by pressing / to select an item and / to change the setting. For example, if the programme starts at 8:30pm on the same day, enter: 30 in the space for MINUTES, 20 in the space for HOURS (a 24 hour clock applies), and then the relevant date.

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    Recording (PVR function) (Cont.) To format a compatible device using the TV, perform the following steps: 1. Press MENU, then press five times so that ‘SETUP’ is displayed at the left of the window. 2. Press four times so that ‘PVR file system’...

  • Page 25: The On-screen Display (osd) Menu

    The On-Screen Display (OSD) Menu Navigating through menus • Press the [MENU] button for the OSD main menu to appear. • Press for the main menu to display sequentially: Channel Picture Sound Time Lock Setup … Menu options displayed in grey are not available in that mode. Common operation procedures •...

  • Page 26: Menu Options In Tv Mode

    Menu Options in TV Mode Channel menu Press [MENU] to display the main menu. Press / to select Channel in the main Auto Tuning ATV ManualT uning DTV ManualT uning menu, then press or [OK] to enter. Programme Edit CHANNEL Signal Information Auto tuning Press or [OK] to start searching channels...

  • Page 27: Picture Menu

    Menu Options in TV Mode (Cont.) Picture menu Press [MENU] to display the main menu. Press / to select Picture in the main menu, then press or [OK] to enter. Picture mode Press / or [OK] to enter the Picture Mode sub-menu.

  • Page 28: Sound Menu

    Menu Options in TV Mode (Cont.) Sound menu Press [MENU] to display the main menu. Press / to select Sound in the main menu, then press or [OK] to enter. Sound mode Press / or [OK] to enter the Sound Mode sub-menu.

  • Page 29: Time Menu

    Menu Options in TV Mode (Cont.) Time menu Press [MENU] to display the main menu. Press / to select Time in the main menu, then press or [OK] to enter. Clock (DTV only) Display the current system time. NOTE: You cannot change the time manually in DTV mode, as the time comes directly from a signal source.

  • Page 30: Lock Menu

    Menu Options in TV Mode (Cont.) Lock menu Press [MENU] to display the main menu. Press / to select Lock in the main menu, then press or [OK] to enter. Lock system This allows you to turn the system lock on or off.

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    Menu Options in TV Mode (Cont.) Key lock • Press / or [OK] to set the key lock to On or Off. Set to On, the keys on the side panel of the TV set are locked and cannot operate the TV set. You can only operate the TV with the remote control.

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    Menu Options in TV Mode (Cont.) PVR File system (DTV only) Insert your USB device (FAT32 format only) into the USB port. Press or [OK] to enter the sub-menu, where you can check the USB device connected for recording. Press / to select “Check PVR File System”, then press [OK] to start checking.

  • Page 33: Menu Options In Pc Mode

    Menu Options in PC Mode Make sure you have your computer properly connected to the TV and turned on. Press [SOURCE] on the TV remote control and select PC from the input source menu. The available menus will be displayed on the screen.

  • Page 34: Media (usb) Mode

    Media (USB) Mode Plug in a USB device (with FAT32 format), then press [SOURCE] to set the input source to Media. Press / to select Media in the source menu, then press [OK] or to enter. Press / to select the sub-menu (Photo, Music, Movie or Text) and press [OK] to confirm. This TV supports the following media formats: Photo: JPEG Text:...

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    Media (USB) Mode (Cont.) Media - Music Press / to select Music, then press Press / to select the file you want [OK] to enter. to listen to. When highlighting the option you select, the file information will appear on the right and the song will be played automatically.

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    Media (USB) Mode (Cont.) Media - Movie Press / to select Movie, then press [OK] to enter. Press [DISPLAY] to show the function panel on the bottom of the screen. The basic operations within the movie menu are the same as for those in the Music menu (previous page). Media - Text Press / to select Text, then press Press / to select the file you want to...

  • Page 37: Cleaning And Maintenance

    Cleaning and Maintenance WARNING! For your personal safety, be sure to disconnect the power cord before proceeding with any maintenance or cleaning. Cleaning the TV panel • Do not touch the TV panel with sharp objects. • Use a clean, soft cloth to wipe off any dust and fingerprints from the TV panel surface.

  • Page 38: Faqs

    FAQs Problem Possible cause Possible solution No picture and • The power cord is not • Plug the power cord into a sound. plugged in. suitable outlet. • The wrong input source is • Select the correct input source. selected. •...

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    Model LE22EC05AU LE24EC05AUS Display type LED-LCD LED-LCD Screen size 54cm (21.5”) 60cm (23.6”) Aspect ratio 16:9 16:9 Panel resolution (pixel) 1920 (horizontal) 1920 (horizontal) x 1080 (vertical) x 1080 (vertical) Contrast ratio 1000:1 1000:1 Response time HD compatible 480i, 480P, 576i, 576P, 720P,...

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