Beko 32" User Manual

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1
Important Information ........................................................... 1
1.1 Cleaning the screen and cabinet... .............................................. 1
2
Features of your new television ........................................... 2
2.1-Special Features ......................................................................... 2
3
Important Safety Instructions ............................................... 3
4
Start......................................................................................... 6
4.1-Antenna connection .................................................................... 6
4.2-Powering on your device and the initial use ................................. 6
4.3-Batteries ..................................................................................... 6
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Your new television ............................................................... 7
5.1-TV Control Panel ......................................................................... 7
5.2-External Connections .................................................................. 8
5.3-Remote Control .......................................................................... 9
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Performing the initial power-on settings ........................... 10
6.1-TV controls ............................................................................... 10
6.2-Turning on the TV and Setting the Channels ............................. 11
6.3-Program Table .......................................................................... 13
7
Settings of Your New Television ........................................ 14
7.1- Sound Menu Settings .............................................................. 14
7.2-Picture Menu Settings ............................................................... 15
7.3-Features Menu Settings ............................................................ 17
7.4-Other Picture Features .............................................................. 18
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Teletext ................................................................................. 19
9
External equipment connection ......................................... 21
10
Help and tips ........................................................................ 26
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Technical specifications chart ........................................... 27

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Important Information ............1 1.1 Cleaning the screen and cabinet..........1 1.2 Disposing of your TV at the end of service life......1 Features of your new television ........... 2 2.1-Special Features ................. 2 Important Safety Instructions ..........3 Start..................
  • Page 2: Important Information

    Important Information LCD panels are produced with state-of-the-art technology. However, there may be black or lit spots on the screen under certain circumstances. That does not mean that the product is faulty. 1.1 Cleaning the screen and cabinet... After powering off, wipe the screen and the cabinet clean with a soft and dry cloth. We recommend that you do not use patented polishes or solvents to clean the screen or cabinet since they may cause damage.
  • Page 3: Features Of Your New Television

    Features of your new television We would like this product, which has been manufactured in modern facilities in accordance with total quality principles, to offer you the best performance. Therefore, we would like you to read this entire manual carefully before you use your product and keep it for future reference. 2.1-Special Features • Full HD feature • HD-Ready...
  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions This symbol is used to warn the user about the “dangerous voltage” contained inside the housing of the product that may create a risk of electrical shock. This symbol is used to remind the user important usage and service instructions supplied with the device.
  • Page 5 10) Never operate electrical Note 1: If you would like to operate your devices close to water. television by means of the lighter cable Operating such devices, in a car, then use the cable supplied with for example, near a the product. Using a different cable may bathtub, washbasin, damage your appliance.
  • Page 6 17) Consult authorised 20) Disposing of the exhausted service personnel for batteries: service requirements. Dispose of the exhausted batteries in Never attempt to repair accordance with the local laws and the device yourself. regulations in order to protect our Opening the cabinet environment. can expose you to dangerous voltages or 21) Do not dispose of your TV with other hazardous situations. Service is required...
  • Page 7: Start

    Start Note 1: Your TV will switch to the stand-by mode Remove your television carefully from its box. You in five minutes if there is no broadcast signal from can keep the packaging of your television to use antenna. in future. Contents of the box 3. Press the power on/off button located on the LCD TV.
  • Page 8: Your New Television

    Your new television 5.1-TV Control Panel 5.1.1- 26” – 32” – 37” – 42” TV Control Panel Volume Level Down/Up Program Down/Up button button Power/Standby button Menu button/Source selection button 5.1.2- 32” – 37” – 42” TV Control Panel 1-Sub menu selection button in menu/ Volume Up button 2-Down movement in menu/Program down button 3-Sub menu selection button in menu/Volume down button 4-Up movement in menu/Program up button 5-Confirm in menu/Menu button / Source Menu button Standby button Main Power On/Off button Stand by indicator Bright light: TV is in Stand-by Dimmed light: TV is On No light: Power Cable is not connected.
  • Page 9: External Connections

    5.2-External Connections 10- PC audio input 1- Power input 2- AV scart input 11-Antenna input 12-HDMI 2 input 3- Component video input (Pr) 13-HDMI 1 input 4- Component video input (Y) 14-Sound input CINCH connector (Left/L) 5- Component video input (Pb) 15-Sound input CINCH connector (Right/R) 6-SPDIF OUT Digital audio output 7- Component audio input (R) 16-Video input CINCH connector 17-S-VHS input 8- Component audio input (L) 18-Headphone input 9- VGA (PC connection input) (*): These features are optional and they are not available on all models. Note 1: RGB input via Scart offers the best picture quality. Note 2: Above drawing for external connections is representational. Their order and places on your TV may be different.
  • Page 10: Remote Control

    5.3-Remote Control POWER Stand-by mode On/Off button MUTE POWER MUTE Temporary sound mute (Mute) button Source menu button, Teletext page enlarge button (Double) Picture Format selection button, PAT (Picture and Teletext) Mode Numeric buttons Page Stop button in Txt mode (Hold) MENU button, Question/Answer button in Txt mode (Reveal) ‹ Information button Index page button in Txt mode Exit menu button Return to previous menu button Up movement button (Menu) Down movement button (Menu) Right / Left movement buttons (Menu) Menu selection confirm Volume down button, Volume up button Program forward selection button, Program backward selection button Red teletext button, Picture Mode selection...
  • Page 11: Performing The Initial Power-On Settings

    Performing the initial power-on settings 6.1-TV controls 6.1.4-Temporary sound mute (MUTE) To temporarily mute the sound of your 6.1.1-Temporary on/off (STAND-BY) MUTE television, press the MUTE button on When you press the red POWER button your remote control. In that case, MUTE located on the upper left hand side of POWER symbol will appear on the screen.
  • Page 12: Turning On The Tv And Setting The Channels

    6.2-Turning on the TV and You can tune the programs automatically with the Autoprogram function of your Setting the Channels television and then sort the channels as you desire by means of the Program LANGUAGE menu will be displayed on the screen Table.
  • Page 13: Fine Tuning

    To stop the process at any given time, please 6.2.2.2-If you do not know the press the M button. The Program Table, which will channel number allow you to sort the channels as you wish, will be Press the M button. Move to the SETUP displayed after the automatic search is complete.
  • Page 14: Program Table

    6.3-Program Table 6.3.3-Skipping a stored channel In the event that you do not wish to Press the M button. Move to the PROGRAM see certain programs while navigating TABLE tab by pressing the Down movement through the channels using the PR+/ button in Main Menu and confirm your selection PR- buttons, then you can use this with the OK button.
  • Page 15: Settings Of Your New Television

    Settings of Your New Television 7.1.3-Sound Mode 7.1- Sound Menu Settings Sound mode can be set as NORMAL, SPATIAL You may perform volume settings by or SRS by means of direction buttons. Spatial using the VOL+ or VOL- buttons on option gives depth to the sound of the program.
  • Page 16: Picture Menu Settings

    7.2-Picture Menu Settings 7.2.1-Picture Menu TRUBASS DIALOG CLARITY You can perform other picture settings by entering the Picture menu. For this, press the M button on your remote control. Select PICTURE by pressing the Up/Down movement buttons from the main menu and press the OK button. BACK CHANGE The Picture menu will be displayed.
  • Page 17: Color Temperature

    7.2.4-Color Temperature 7.2.9-Picture Smart You can adjust the color temperature with this You can select either one of the three feature. Move to the Color Temperature tab non-adjustable settings in the memory in the Picture menu by pressing the up/down or one of the user options by pressing movement buttons and select WARM,COOL or the RED button on your remote control.
  • Page 18: Features Menu Settings

    7.2.10.3-14:9 Note: Since the use of certain functions in order to change the picture sizes for collective projection This is a movie format. or commercial purposes (modifying the height and width etc.) will be deemed an infringement of the picture’s copyright, legal proceedings can be carried out as required under relevant laws. 7.3-Features Menu Settings Press the M button on your remote 7.2.10.4-4:3 control.
  • Page 19: Other Picture Features

    Time data is obtained from Teletext; if no time data 7.4.2-Freeze (Freeze picture) is available then select TIME with the up/down You may freeze the program picture movement buttons and enter the current time with you are watching with this feature. For numeric buttons. Select the ON TIME and OFF this, press the FREEZE button on your TIME in the same manner and specify the time.
  • Page 20: Teletext

    Teletext 8.2-Page Selection Being one of the most prominent services of broadcasting today, Teletext renders the TV more To be able to view the page you would fruitful. Teletext means in short the transmission like on the screen, type in the number of various updated information along with the TV of that page using the numerical keys.
  • Page 21 8.5-Page Stop (HOLD) 8.9-Fastext Some information is laid out by the The colored buttons on the remote control are for broadcasting agency in multiple pages the fastext feature. When you select any page, and it is broadcast in an automatic cycle the titles on various subjects may appear on the mode.
  • Page 22: External Equipment Connection

    External equipment connection Your TV is equipped with 8 inputs including antenna input, which allows for the external device connection. These inputs are: 1-Antenna input 2-SCART input 3-AV input 4-S-Video input 5-PC input 6-HDMI 1 input 7-HDMI 2 input 8-YPbPr Component input You can connect your external device supporting the suitable inputs to your TV via these inputs. By pressing the AV button on your remote control, select the external source input to which you connected your device.
  • Page 23 9.2-Connecting an external equipment via AV connection CAMERA SATALLITE RECEIVER GAME CONSOLE AV : To watch the picture of the broadcast device connected using the RCA (Cinch) input, select AV2 option from the Source menu and press OK button. Your TV will switch to the selected source. 9.3-Connecting an external device via S-Video connection CAMERA Side view of the TV SATALLITE RECEIVER GAME CONSOLE S-Video: To watch the picture of the broadcast device connected using the SVHS input, select S-VHS...
  • Page 24 9.4-Connecting an external device via YPBPR connection Rear view of the TV Audio connection Picture connection YPBPBR (Component Input): When a connection is made via YPBPR socket, select YPBPR option from the Source menu and press the OK button to display the picture. Your TV will switch to the selected source.
  • Page 25 NOTE:In HDMI mode; some resolutions are supported when a DVI to HDMI converter cable from a PC is used. Only 16:9, 4:3, 14:9 (some definitions) are supported as picture format. High Definition – Full HD Your television can receive high-definition signals (HDTV). You can connect the input sources (HDTV set-top box or HDTV DVD player) to the (HDMI) socket (digital HDTV signal). This ensures that you can view digital HDTV programs, even if they are copy- protected (HDCP High-Definition Copy Protection). 9.6-PC connection Rear view of the TV Audio connection Picture connection 9.6.1-PC Connection: Connect the D-Sub15 connector to the PC-IN socket at the back of your television by using an appropriate cable (not supplied with your television). Again, by using an appropriate cable, connect the audio output of your PC to the PC AUDIO-IN at the back of your television to listen to sounds from your PC and you can adjust the volume level of your source by using VOL+/VOL- buttons.
  • Page 26: Headphone Connection

    9.6.4-AUTOCONFIGURATION The most suitable geometric settings in accordance with the entry mode are configured by this function. For this operation, select the AUTOCONFIGURATION tab and press OK button. 9.6.5-HORIZONTAL POSITION: Horizontal position setting 9.6.6-VERTICAL POSITION: Vertical position setting 9.6.7-CLOCK FREQUENCY:This is the pixel clock frequency. User can narrow down or enlarge the display by selecting a desired value. 9.6.8-PHASE: Using the right/left movement buttons, you can ensure that the colors and shapes are exactly consolidated on the PC image.
  • Page 27: Help And Tips

    Help and tips Failure Possible cause Solution Is the power cord connected to the Check the power cord. mains supply? The television does not function Is the main power On/Off button on? Check if the On/Off button is on. Is the antenna cable attached? Check the antenna cable. If you are using a satellite antenna, is it Have the antenna adjusted. well adjusted? Poor picture quality Antenna may be affected by two Try disconnecting one of the devices.
  • Page 28: Technical Specifications Chart

    Technical specifications chart SCREEN SIZE 32” 37” 42” 32”, 16:9 Active 37”, 16:9 Active 42”, 16:9 Active Panel type matrix TFT matrix TFT matrix TFT Sound output 2x10 W 2x10 W 2x10 W Power consumption 130 W 170 W 200 W Stand by power value <1 W <1 W <1 W Scart...

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