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LED LCD HDTV
OWNER'S GUIDE
LED LCD HDTV
For Models:
DF2200/DF2200DV/DF2300DV/DF2400/DF2400DV/
OWNER'S GUIDE
DF3200DV/DH3200/DF4000DV
For Models:
DF2200/DF2200DV/DF2300DV/DF2400/DF2400DV/
DF3200DV/DH3200/DF4000DV

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    LED LCD HDTV OWNER’S GUIDE LED LCD HDTV For Models: DF2200/DF2200DV/DF2300DV/DF2400/DF2400DV/ OWNER’S GUIDE DF3200DV/DH3200/DF4000DV For Models: DF2200/DF2200DV/DF2300DV/DF2400/DF2400DV/ DF3200DV/DH3200/DF4000DV...

  • Page 2: Remote Control

    Remote Control POWER: Set the unit in standby mode; press it again to switch it on. MUTE: Mute the sound. TV/RADIO: Switch the unit between TV and radio. : Open or close the disc compartment (DVD). NUMBER BUTTONS (0-9): Input the number information, such as channel number and so on.

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    Remote Control (Cont.) 27 SUBTITLE: Enable/disable subtitles. 28 SIZE: Switch TELETEXT size (TV) *. ZOOM: Shrink/enlarge the picture (DVD). 29 SUBPAGE: Enter TELETEXT sub-page. * 30 REVEAL: Hide TELETEXT or display hidden characters. * 31 MEDIA: Enter MEDIA mode directly in TV mode;...

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    Remote Control (Cont.) Using the remote control Fig. 1 Inserting batteries Install the batteries as illustrated in Fig. 1, right. Push Open the cover at the back of the remote control unit completely. Open Insert two AAA size batteries according to the polarity markings (+ / -) inside the compartment.

  • Page 5: Using The Remote Control

    Remote Control (Cont.) Using the remote control Fig. 2 To use the remote control, point it towards the Remote control remote sensor at the front of the television. sensor The remote control has a range of up to approximately six metres (6m) from the TV at an angle of up to 30 degrees each to the right and left of the sensor, as illustrated in Fig.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Warranty Details Remote Control Welcome General Safety Instructions Installation Controls and Connections Getting Started Basic Operations Electronic Program Guide (EPG) Recording USB Mode Menus DVD Mode Frequently Asked Questions Specifications Repair and Refurbished Goods or Parts Notice...

  • Page 7: General Safety Instructions

    General Safety Instructions Read this manual thoroughly before first use and keep it in a safe place for future reference, along with the completed warranty card, purchase receipt and carton. The safety precautions enclosed herein reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury when correctly adhered to.

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    General Safety Instructions (Cont.) Installation Only install this TV set in accordance with the instructions in this manual. If a television is not positioned in a sufficiently stable location, it can be potentially hazardous due to falling and causing injury, particularly to children. This TV is equipped with standard wall-mounting points, and we recommend that a wall bracket be installed between the TV and the wall to prevent the TV from falling from a cabinet.

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    General Safety Instructions (Cont.) Electrical safety and cord handling Before installing this TV set, make sure your outlet voltage corresponds to the voltage stated on the appliance rating label. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture;...

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    General Safety Instructions (Cont.) When not using the unit for long periods of time, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet. Dust could accumulate over time on the unit and cause it to generate heat and ignite, or deteriorate insulation, which in turn may result in an electrical fire.

  • Page 11: Installation

    The TV panel may be awkward to install on your own. We recommend you ask someone to help with installation and/or removal of the stand. Attaching the stand (DF2200/DF2200DV/DF2300DV/ DF2400DV/DF2400) Step 1: Place a soft cushioned material on top of a flat surface to prevent...

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    Installation Your TV is packaged with the stand and the cabinet separated. Before using the TV, install the stand as described below, or if you want to mount it to a wall, see page 8 for mounting advice; the wall mount itself is not supplied. IMPORTANT! Make sure the TV set is unplugged from the power supply before installing or removing the stand.

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    Installation Your TV is packaged with the stand and the cabinet separated. Before using the TV, install the stand as described below, or if you want to mount it to a wall, see page 8 for mounting advice; the wall mount itself is not supplied. IMPORTANT! Make sure the TV set is unplugged from the power supply before installing or removing the stand.

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    Installation (Cont.) Wall-mounting instructions IMPORTANT! Make sure the TV set is unplugged from the power supply before wall- mounting it and removing the stand. The TV panel may be awkward to install on your own. We recommend you ask someone to help with installation and/or removal of the stand. The 24”...

  • Page 15: Controls And Connections

    Controls and Connections DF2200/DF2200DV/DF2300DV/DF2400/DF2400DV Main unit controls and sockets 1 LED LCD screen 2 Remote control sensor 3 Power indicator: in standby mode the indicator light will illuminate red; when switching on the unit the indicator light will illuminate blue.

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    Controls and Connections (Cont.) Main unit back view controls and sockets 1 Built-in speakers 2 EARPHONE output terminal 3 PC AUDIO input terminal 4 VGA input terminal 5 YPbPr video input (mini terminal) 6 CVBS (AV) video input terminal 7 AUDIO R/L input terminals: for use with YPbPr & CVBS. 8 USB1 input terminal: for multimedia file playback (USB mode).

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    Controls and Connections (Cont.) IMPORTANT! Ensure all the cables are disconnected from the main unit before connecting the TV to an AC power source. Read through the instructions before connecting the TV to other equipment. Connecting to an AC power source Main unit To power outlet Connecting an external antenna...

  • Page 18: Hdmi Connection

    Controls and Connections (Cont.) Composite video (CVBS) connection For basic connection, use the composite Audio L/R (white/red) and CVBS (yellow) cable to connect AV cable (not included) the unit with other devices. Back of DVD/VCR HDMI connection HDMI cable (not included) Use an HDMI cable to connect the unit with other devices to receive high definition multimedia signal.

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    Controls and Connections (Cont.) PC/VGA connection VGA cable (not included) Audio cable (not included) Use a VGA and audio cable to connect the unit with a PC and use this product as a monitor. Back of PC Coaxial connection Use a coaxial S/PDIF cable to connect the unit with an amplifier or other audio decoding device for coaxial S/PDIF audio signal output (cable not included).

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    Controls and Connections (Cont.) USB 1 connection (for USB mode) Insert a USB memory device into the USB 1 port for playback of video/music/ photo multimedia files. USB device (optional, not included)

  • Page 21: Getting Started

    Getting Started IMPORTANT! Before connecting the unit to a wall socket and turning on the power, make sure the power cord and all connected equipment are properly connected. Powering the TV To turn the power ON or OFF: Insert the plug of the power cord into an appropriate power point and switch on power to the outlet.

  • Page 22: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations Selecting an input source Press the SOURCE button at the bottom of the front panel, or on the remote control, to display the input source list. Press the / buttons to select the desired input source, and then press OK to confirm your selection from the following options: DTV, ATV, AV, COMPONENT, HDMI, PC, USB, DVD.

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    Basic Operations (Cont.) Favourites list Press the FAV button on the remote control to enter the Favourites List. Press the / button to select the channel and press OK to watch it. Press the RED button on the remote control to remove the current channel from the Favourites List.

  • Page 24: Electronic Program Guide (epg)

    Electronic Program Guide (EPG) EPG TV Guide (for DTV mode only) EPG stands for Electronic Program Guide. It is supplied by the program providers and offers information about the programs 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).

  • Page 25: Recording

    Recording One-touch recording (in DTV mode only) IMPORTANT! Before you can record with this TV set (including time-shift recording), you must have inserted a FAT32 formatted USB storage device into USB 1 port. First, insert your USB memory device into USB 1 port. When watching a program in DTV mode: Press the RECORD button on the remote control to start recording directly.

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    Recording (Cont.) Time-shift recording and playback (in DTV mode only) IMPORTANT! Before you can record with this TV set (including time-shift recording), you must have inserted a FAT32 formatted USB storage device into USB 1 port. The time-shift function allows you to pause the live TV signal, then resume playback at your convenience.

  • Page 27: Usb Mode

    Recording (Cont.) Important notes When using the USB/Media function, remember the following important points: We strongly recommend you back up all data in the USB storage device to another storage device so you do not risk losing any data in case of an unexpected device failure or accident.

  • Page 28: Usb Mode

    USB Mode Media playback Press the SOURCE button on the bottom of the front panel, or on the remote control, to switch the unit to USB mode. (Alternatively, press the MEDIA button on the remote control to enter USB mode directly.) First, insert a USB memory device into USB 1 port.

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    USB Mode (Cont.) Music Press the buttons to select Music in the main menu, then press OK to enter it. Music files can only be played in this menu category. Use the / / buttons to select the desired folder or file, then press OK to open the folder or start playing the file.

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    USB Mode (Cont.) Movie Press the buttons to select Movie in the menu, then press OK to enter. Movie files can only be played in this menu category. Use the / / buttons to select the desired folder or file, then press OK to open the folder or start playing the file.

  • Page 31: Menus

    Menus This TV set contains different settings menus where you can program your preferred settings. Once you have programmed any settings, the unit will retain them in its memory until you change them, even when switching the unit to standby mode. This means you can always operate the system under the same conditions.

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    Menus (Cont.) Picture menu (DTV & ATV mode) Picture Mode: Available options: Standard, Mild, Personal, Dynamic. Brightness / Co ntrast / Sharpness / Saturation: These values can be adjusted from 0-100. NOTE: When these values are adjusted, picture mode will automatically switch to Personal. Hue: Use this ite m to adjust the colour tone (for NTSC system only) from -50 to 50.

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    Menus (Cont.) Sound menu (DTV & AVT mode) Sound Mode: Available options: Standard, Music, Personal, Movie. Treble / Bass: U se these items to adjust the levels of higher-pitched sounds (Treble) and lower-pitched sounds (Bass) from -50 to 50. NOTE: When the Treble or Bass values are changed, sound mode will automatically switch to Personal.

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    Menus (Cont.) Channel menu (DVT & ATV mode) Auto Scan Press OK or to enter. Then select your country, scan type and start scanning. Manual Scan Press OK or to enter. Then select digital or analog manual scan. Digital Manual Scan Press OK or to enter.

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    Menus (Cont.) Channel Edit Press OK or to enter. Press the / button to highlight the desired channel. Press the RED button on the remote control to delete the highlighted channel. Press the GREEN button on the remote control to skip the highlighted channel.

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    Menus (Cont.) Lock menu (DTV & ATV mode) Press OK or to enter. Input the factory default password “0000” using the number buttons on the remote control. Press the / button to select the preferred item. NOTE: If you forget the password, please use the master password “4711”. Enable Use this item to enable/disable the lock system.

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    Menus (Cont.) Hotel Mode Press OK or to enter. Press the / button to select the desired item. Press the button to adjust the value. Press OK or to enter the submenu. Press the MENU button to return to the previous page. Active Hotel Mode: Turn on/off Hotel Mode.

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    Menus (Cont.) Setup menu (DTV & ATV mode) OSD Language Use this item to select the desired on-screen display language. Audio Languages Press OK or to enter. Then you can select the desired primary and secondary audio language (only adjustable if there is a signal). Subtitle Press OK or to enter.

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    Menus (Cont.) Auto Sleep: This item is used to select desired Auto Sleep (standby) duration. Available options: Off, 3/4/5 hours. Time Zone: This item is used to select desired time zone. Time: Press OK or to enter it. Press the / button to select the desired item. Press the button to adjust the value.

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    Menus (Cont.) File Manager Press the / button to select a recorded file. Press the RED button on the remote control to play the highlighted file from the beginning. Press the GREEN button to delete the highlighted file. Press the YELLOW button to delete all recorded files.

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    Menus (Cont.) Scheduled Record Press the GREEN button on the remote control to delete the high- lighted option. Press the YELLOW button to delete all. Press the / button to select a schedule. Press OK to edit the highlighted Scheduled Recording. Frequency: Press the buttons to select the desired mode: Off,...

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    Menus (Cont.) PC Mode Connect a personal computer to this unit and power on both the computer and this unit. Press the SOURCE button on the bottom of the front panel, or on the remote control, to select PC input source. Press the MENU button to display the main menu, then select Picture using buttons.

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    DVD Mode (Where Fitted) Press the SOURCE button on the bottom of the front panel, or on the remote control, to switch the unit to DVD mode. Basic DVD movie playback 1. Before placing a disc into the disc compartment, make sure there is no disc inside.

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    DVD Mode (Cont.) Fast forward/Fast backward During playback, press the buttons to fast backward/forward. Press button to resume normal play. Pause/play During playback, press the button to pause playing, press it again to resume normal playback. Viewing from different angle Some DVDs may contain scenes which have been shot simultaneously from a number of different angles.

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    DVD Mode (Cont.) Repeat play Press the REPEAT button during playback, it will repeat play one chapter or one title (for DVD disc), or repeat play the track (for VCD/CD). A-B repeat play This button lets you repeat sections between two specific points (A-B repeat). 1.

  • Page 46: Dvd Mode

    DVD Mode (Cont.) Media file playback Music file playback 1. Insert a disc which contains music files and after a few seconds, the screen will show all the folders on the disc. 2. Use the / / buttons to select the folder you want to play, then press OK to confirm.

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    DVD Mode (Cont.) Movie file playback (movie files stored on a data CD) 1. Insert a disc which contains movie files and after a few seconds, the screen will show all the folders on the disc. 2. Use the / / buttons to select the folder you want to play, then press OK button to...

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    DVD Mode (Cont.) JPEG file playback 1. Insert a picture CD which contains JPEG picture files and after a few seconds, the screen will show all the folders on the disc. 2. Use the / / buttons to select the folder you want to play, then press OK to confirm.

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    DVD Mode (Cont.) Video CD playback When playing a VCD 2.0 with playback control (PBC), the player will show the VCD version. Press the D.MENU button on the remote control repeatedly to set PBC to ON or OFF. Press the number buttons to select a corresponding track.

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    DVD Mode (Cont.) Method 2: Press the D.SETUP button on the remote control to display the DVD menu setup page. Use the buttons to select General Setup. Use the / buttons to select SOURCE, press OK twice to enter the source list.

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    DVD Mode (Cont.) USB 2 / Memory Card playback 1. (a) To play back content from a USB storage device, insert the USB device into the USB2 port at the side of the unit, next to the DVD compartment. (b) To play back content from a memory card, insert the SD/MMC/ MS card into the card slot at the side of the unit, next to the DVD compartment.

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    DVD Mode (Cont.) Disc handling and maintenance tips Hold the disc by the edges so the surface will not be soiled with fingerprints. Fingerprints, dirt and scratches can cause skipping and distortion. Do not write on the label side with a ball-point pen or other writing utensils. Do not use record cleaning sprays, benzine, thinner, static electricity prevention liquids.

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    DVD Mode (Cont.) DVD Menus The DVD Player function of this TV set contains different settings menus where you can program your preferred settings. Once you have programmed any settings, the unit will retain them in its memory until you change them, even when switching the unit to standby mode.

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    DVD Mode (Cont.) Audio setup page Downmix: Use this item to select the desired audio output mode. Available options: LT/RT: Left/Right mix mode Stereo mode Preference setup page TV Type: Select the TV system. Audio: Use this item to select the desired audio language, if your disc contains multiple audio languages.

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    FAQs If you experience any problems with your TV, check the list below and take any necessary steps before calling for service. If none of the solutions help you solve the problem, turn the power off and contact the after sales support line for advice.

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    FAQs (Cont.) Problems relating to the TV Problem Solution No or poor picture. Adjust the antenna or use an external antenna. Relocate the unit near a window (if inside a building). Move equipment away from this product that causes interference. Do auto tuning again.

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    FAQs (Cont.) Problems relating to the Video CD Problem Solution No menu play. This function works only for Video CDs with playback control. Problems relating to the USB device Symptom Solution My player does not Please refer first to the instructions describing how recognise my USB to use USB devices with this unit.

  • Page 58: Specifications

    Specifications Display Device 60cm (24”) LED LCD TV Resolution 1920 × 1080 Pixel Pitch 0.27675 (H) × 0.27675 (V) mm Luminance 250 cd/m2 Contrast Ratio 1000:1 Aspect Ratio 16:9 Response Time 5 ms Viewing Angle 170 (H) / 160 (V) Visible Range 531.36 (H) ×...

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    DF2200DV/DF2200 Specifications Model Name DF2200DV DF2200 Panel Size Approx. 22 inches Approx. 22 inches Resolution 1920 x 1080 1920 x 1080 Response Time 5.0ms 5.0ms Power Requirement AC 100-240V, 60Hz AC 100-240V, 60Hz Power Consumption Audio Output 3W + 3W...

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    DF2300DV Specifications Model Name DF2300DV Panel Size Approx. 23 inches Resolution 1920 x 1080 Response Time 5.0ms Power Requirement AC 100-240V, 60Hz Power Consumption Audio Output 3W + 3W Dimensions With Stand 567 x 385 x 165mm (WxHxD) Without Stand 567 x 344 x 48.7mm Weight With Stand...

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    DF2400DV/DF2400 Specifications Model Name DF2400DV DF2400 Panel Size Approx. 24 inches Approx. 24 inches Resolution 1920 x 1080 1920 x 1080 Response Time 5.0ms 5.0ms Power Requirement AC 100-240V, 60Hz AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz Power Consumption Audio Output 3W + 3W 3W + 3W Dimensions With Stand...

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    DF3200DV/DH3200 Specifications Model Name DF3200DV DH3200 Panel Size Approx. 32 inches Approx. 32 inches Resolution 1920 x 1080 1366 x 768 Response Time 5.0ms 5.0ms Power Requirement AC 100-240V, 60Hz AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz Power Consumption Audio Output 8W + 8W 8W + 8W Dimensions With Stand...

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    DF4000DV Specifications Model Name DF4000DV Panel Size Approx. 40 inches Resolution 1920 x 1080 Response Time 5.0ms Power Requirement AC 100-240V, 60Hz Power Consumption Audio Output 8W + 8W Dimensions With Stand 931 x 614 x 256mm (WxHxD) Without Stand 931 x 557 x 90mm Weight With Stand...

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    I like your website and manuals but one thing is trouble shooting where is it, I have gone around and around looking and looking I just want to know is why my tv start buttons flashing red and blue, his can go on for 10mins or so to settle down.