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JVC 0107TNH-II-IM User Manual

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  • Page 1

    Staple your sales receipt or invoice to the inside cover of this guide. Keep this user’s guide in a convenient place for future reference. Keep the carton and original packaging for future use. Model Number: Serial Number: For Models: LT-42E488 LT-42E478 LT-32E488 LT-32E478 Illustration of LT-32E488 and RM-C1291 LCT2224-001A-A 0107TNH-II-IM...

  • Page 2: Important Safety Precautions

    5. In the event of trouble, unplug the unit and call a service technician. Do not attempt to repair it yourself or remove the rear cover. Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the warranty. * When you don’t use this TV set for a long period of time, be sure to disconnect both the power plug from the AC outlet and antenna for your safety.

  • Page 3

    IMPORTANT RECYCLING INFORMATION This product has a fluorescent lamp that contains mercury. Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities or for USA, the Electronic Industries IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read these instructions.

  • Page 4

    13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

  • Page 5: Warnings

    We have an important note for customers who subscribe to basic cable services (do not have a separate cable box) and plan to use their JVC TV remote control to select channels. Once you run the Auto Tuner Setup (which detects and programs all the channels your TV is receiving through the RF input), every channel number available from your cable company will appear in your television’s Channel Summary and they will all be marked as available for...

  • Page 6

    Caring for the Cabinet Normally, light dusting with a soft, non-scratching duster will keep your TV clean. If you wish to wipe down the television, first unplug it. Then wipe gently with a soft cloth, slightly moistened with water. You can add a few drops of mild liquid detergent to the water to help remove spots of oily dirt.

  • Page 7

    Warnings Disconnecting the stand If you disconnect the stand, attach the bottom cover and the screw (supplied) into the hole. 1) Place the TV face down on a soft cloth on a table. 2) Remove the four screws from the back of the TV. 3) Pull out the stand from the TV.

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Important Safety Precautions . . 2 Warnings ....5 Quick Setup ....9 Unpacking your TV .

  • Page 9: Quick Setup

    Unpacking your TV Thank you for your purchase of a JVC LCD Flat Television. Before you begin setting up your new television, please check to make sure you have all of the following items. In addition to this guide, your television box should include:...

  • Page 10: Tv Models

    Quick Setup TV Models Before you connect your television to another device, please refer to the proper diagrams for your specific TV and remote. These will help assist you in understanding how to connect your television to another device, as well as use the remote to set up your television. Rear Panel Diagram INPUT 3 INPUT 4...

  • Page 11: Tv Remote Control

    Remote Control Notes: • For information on remote control buttons, see pages 57 - 64. POWER SLEEP SUB CH V.STATUS SOUND TUNE RETURN+/TV MUTING FAV. – CH– ML/MTS DISPLAY C.C. ASPECT MENU BACK GUIDE RM-C1291 RM-C1291 Quick Setup...

  • Page 12: Getting Started

    Quick Setup Getting Started These quick setup pages will provide you, in three easy steps, with the basic information you need to begin using your new television right away. If you have questions, or for more detailed information on any of these steps, please consult other sections of this manual. Step 1 –...

  • Page 13: Connecting Your Devices

    Step 2 - Connecting your devices To make these connections, you will use plugs like the ones illustrated below. Coaxial Cables Used to connect an external antenna or cable TV system to your S-Video Cable Used to make video connections with S-Video VCRs, Camcorders and DVD players.

  • Page 14

    Quick Setup VCR • DVD Connection Notes: • Green, blue and red are the most common colors for DVD cables. Some models may vary colors. Please consult the user’s manual for your DVD player for more information. • Be careful not to confuse the red DVD cable with the red audio cable. It is best to complete one set of connections (DVD or audio output) before starting the other to avoid accidentally switching the cables.

  • Page 15

    Diagram #2 INPUT 3 INPUT 4 S-VIDEO VIDEO Green Blue AUDIO OUT Cable or Antenna Output Two-Way Splitter OUT OUT (Not supplied) Coaxial Cable INPUT 5 AUDIO OUT VIDEO VIDEO 75 Ω (VHF/UHF) TV Rear Panel DVD Player Quick Setup INPUT 1 INPUT 2 DIGITAL AUDIO...

  • Page 16: Connecting To A Camcorder

    Quick Setup Connecting to a Camcorder You can connect a camcorder to you televison by using the input jacks located on the back of the television. CAMCORDER 1) Connect a yellow composite cable from the camcorder VIDEO OUT, into the VIDEO IN on the back of the TV, OR connect an S-Video cable from the camcorder to the back of the TV.

  • Page 17: Connecting To An External Amplifier

    Connecting to an External Amplifier TV Rear Panel INPUT 3 S-VIDEO VIDEO 1) Connect a white cable from the LEFT AUDIO OUTPUT on the back of the TV to the LEFT AUDIO INPUT on the amplifier. 2) Connect a red cable from the RIGHT AUDIO OUTPUT on the back of the TV to the RIGHT AUDIO INPUT on the amplifier.

  • Page 18: Connecting To A Digital Tv Receiver

    Quick Setup Connecting to a Digital TV Receiver By connecting a Digital TV Receiver, high definition pictures can be displayed on your TV in their digital form. INPUT 3 INPUT 4 INPUT 5 AUDIO OUT S-VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO OUT 1) Connect the HDMI to DVI Cable from the DIGITAL OUT on the back of your DTV decoder, to the HDMI INPUT-1 on the back of your television.

  • Page 19: Connecting To A Hdmi Compatible Device

    Connecting to a HDMI Compatible Device By connecting a HDMI compatible device, high definition pictures can be displayed on your TV in their digital form. Some HDMI devices can include DVD players, D-VHS or any HDMI compatible device. HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is the first industry supported, uncompressed, all digital audio/video interface.

  • Page 20: Connecting To An Amplifier Using Your Optical Output

    Quick Setup Connecting to an amplifier using your optical output You can connect an amplifier that has an optical digital input terminal by using an optical digital cable from the optical output. The signal that is output can be PCM or DOLBY DIGITAL. Amplifier 1) Connect the optical cable from underneath the television to the back of the amplifier.

  • Page 21: Interactive Plug In Menu

    Language After the “JVC Interactive Plug-in Menu” has been displayed, the TV automatically switches to the "Language" settings. You can choose to view your onscreen menus in three languages: English, French or Spanish.

  • Page 22: Auto Clock Set

    Quick Setup Auto Clock Set You may set your clock using the time data sent via broadcasting. Set Clock Mode Auto (Analog) Channel Time : 30 Time Zone Atlantic D.S.T. BACK Select Operate Back Notes: • "Channel" can be selected only when Mode is "Auto (Digital)". However, only when you are using "Auto (Digital)"...

  • Page 23: Auto Tuner Setup

    You can now begin watching your television, or you can continue on in this guide for more information on programming your remote control, or using the JVC onscreen menu system to customize your television viewing experience. Notes: •...

  • Page 24: Onscreen Menus

    Onscreen Menus Using the Guide Certain symbols are used throughout this guide to help you learn about the features of your new television. The ones you will see most frequently are: π † Up and Down arrows mean: • Move vertically in a main menu screen •...

  • Page 25: Onscreen Menu System

    The Onscreen Menu System Your television comes with JVC’s onscreen menu system. The onscreen menus let you make adjustments to your television’s operation simply and quickly. All menus are navigated from the Main Menu at first. Detailed explanations on using each menu follow later in this guide. For information about the interactive plug-in Menu, see pages 21 - 23.

  • Page 26: Tuner Setup

    Onscreen Menus Menu Initial Setup – Tuner Setup External Input Picture Adjust Sound Adjust Clock/Timers Interactive Plug-in Menu Photo Viewer Auto Demo Note: • The HDMI Size menu can only be displayed when a 480p picture signal is input to the HDMI terminal and the picture is being displayed on the screen.

  • Page 27: Photo Viewer

    Menu Initial Setup – Tuner Setup External Input Picture Adjust Sound Adjust Clock/Timers Interactive Plug-in Menu Photo Viewer Auto Demo Note: • For Auto Demo, see page 56 Onscreen Menus Press the M button The left main menu will appear To select a menu from the main menu π...

  • Page 28: Initial Setup

    Initial Setup Noise Muting This feature inserts a blank black screen over channels which are not broadcasting or are too weak to be received clearly. Press the M button To "Initial Setup" π † √® To enter To "Noise Muting" π...

  • Page 29: V-chip

    V-Chip Your TV is equipped with V-Chip technology which enables you to block channels or content that you feel to be inappropriate for children, based on US and Canada rating guidelines. V-Chip has no effect on video signals from a DVD discs, VCR tapes or Camcorder connection. Note: Some programs, and movies are broadcast without a ratings signal.

  • Page 30

    Initial Setup US V-Chip Ratings U.S. PARENTAL RATING SYSTEMS Programs with the following ratings are appropriate for children. ❒ TV Y is Appropriate for All Children Programs are created for very young viewers and should be suitable for all ages, including children ages 2 - 6.

  • Page 31: Directions To Set Us V-chip Ratings

    Setting US V-Chip Ratings Press the M button To "Initial Setup" π † √® To enter To "V-Chip" π † √® To operate (Password input screen will appear) Enter the password by using the 10 button keypad The V-Chip main screen will appear √®...

  • Page 32: Directions To Set Movie (mpaa) Ratings

    Initial Setup Movies Ratings ❒ NR – Not Rated This is a film which has no rating. In many cases these films were imported from countries which do not use the MPAA ratings system. Other NR films may be from amateur producers who didn’t intend to have their film widely released.

  • Page 33: Canadian V-chip Ratings

    Canadian V-Chip Ratings ❒ E – Exempt Exempt programming includes: news, sports, documentaries and other information programming, talk shows, music videos, and variety programming. ❒ C – Programming Intended for Children Violence Guidelines: There will be no realistic scenes of violence. Depictions of aggressive behavior will be infrequent and limited to portrayals that are clearly imaginary, comedic or unrealistic in nature.

  • Page 34: Unrated Programs

    Initial Setup Unrated Programs Unrated programming refers to any programming which does not contain a rating signal. Programming on television stations which do not broadcast rating signals will be placed in the “Unrated Programming” category. Examples of Unrated programs: • Emergency Bulletins •...

  • Page 35: Set Lock Code

    Set Lock Code Channel guard and V-Chip settings are protected by a four-digit lock code. Your TV comes pre- set with a lock code of “0000”. You may change the code to any four-digit number you wish. To change the lock code, follow the steps below. Press the M button To "Initial Setup"...

  • Page 36: Closed Caption

    Initial Setup Closed Caption Many broadcasts now include an onscreen display of dialog called closed captions. Some broadcasts may also include displays of additional information in text form. Your television can access and display this information using the closed caption feature. To activate the closed caption feature, follow the steps below.

  • Page 37: Manual Setting

    Manual Setting √® To select "Manual" for Appearance Mode To "Font Size", "Font Style", "Text/Edge π † Opacity", "Background Opacity", "Text Color", "Edge Color" or "Backgrond Color" √® To select the setting you like Font Size: Auto, Standard, Large or Small Font Style: Auto, SerifMono, Serif, SanSerifMono, SanSerif, Casual, Cursive or SmallCapital Text/Edge Opacity, Background Opacity: Auto,...

  • Page 38: Auto Shut Off

    Initial Setup Auto Shut Off This function automatically shuts off your TV when there is no signal from the channel the TV is on for 10 minutes. Press the M button To "Initial Setup" π † √® To enter To "Auto Shut Off" π...

  • Page 39: Quick Startup

    Quick Start-up Quick Start-up allows you to lessen the time for the TV to turn on and ready for viewing. Press the M button To "Initial Setup" π † √® To enter To "Quick Start-up" π † √® To turn "On" or "Off" Press the M button when finished Notes:...

  • Page 40: Auto Tuner Setup

    Tuner Setup Auto Tuner Setup The auto tuner setup function is described on page 23 as the interactive plug-in menu. If you need to run the auto tuner setup again, follow the steps below. Press the M button To "Tuner Setup" π...

  • Page 41: Channel Summary

    Channel Summary Channel summary allows you to customize the line-up of channels received by your TV. You can add or delete channels from the line-up or prevent any unauthorized viewers from watching any or all channels. Press the M button To "Tuner Setup"...

  • Page 42: Channel Label

    Tuner Setup How to set the channel station. Press the M button To "Tuner Setup" π † √® To enter To "Channel Summary" π † √® To operate √® To "Station" Press the O button to enter √® To select the character you want To move to the next space π...

  • Page 43: Find Channel

    Find Channel Add a digital channel that does not exist in the channel map. Press the M button To "Tuner Setup" π † √® To enter To "Find Channel" π † √® To enter Add a channel using 0 to 9 To "Add"...

  • Page 44: Hdmi Size

    External Input HDMI Size The HDMI Size option can only be displayed in the External Input menu when an HDMI 480p picture signal is being input to the HDMI terminal. This option adjusts the position when an HDMI or DVI 480p picture signal is being displayed on the screen. There are two types of HDMI 480p picture signals: 640x480 and 720x480.

  • Page 45: Video Input Label

    Video Input Label This function is used to label video input connections for the onscreen displays. Press the M button To "External Input" π † √® To enter To "Video Input Label" π † √® To operate To select the desired video input π...

  • Page 46: Picture Adjust

    Picture Adjust Picture Settings These settings allow you to change and adjust the way the picture appears on your television. Tint Tint allows you to adjust the levels of red and green in your TV picture. Color The color function lets you make all the colors in the TV picture appear either more vivid or subtle.

  • Page 47: Color Management

    Dynamic Gamma JVC's Dynamic Gamma Circuitry (DGC) makes it easier to see dark areas when a picture has many dark areas, and makes it easier to see the bright areas when a picture has many bright areas. DGC is turned on, DGC analyzes and adjusts the total level...

  • Page 48: Natural Cinema

    Picture Adjust Natural Cinema Natural cinema corrects the problem of blurred edges which may occur when viewing a program originally shot on film (such as motion pictures) or animation. If you notice blurring at the edges of these programs, choose "Natural Cinema" and set it to "Auto". Natural Cinema helps correct conversion errors that occur when film, which is shot at 24 frames-per-second, is broadcast at the television rate of 30 frames-per-second.

  • Page 49: Reset

    Reset Reset resets all picture adjustments at once to the default settings. Press the M button To "Picture Adjust" π † √® To enter To "Reset" π † Press the O button The onscreen menu disappears for a moment, and then the settings are reset to the default setting for all the picture adjustments except for Position Adjustment.

  • Page 50: Sound Adjust

    Sound Adjust Sound Settings These settings allow you to change and adjust the sound on your television. Bass – You can increase or decrease the level of low-frequency sound in the TV’s audio with the bass adjustment. Treble – Use treble to adjust the level of high-frequency sound in your TV’s audio. Balance –...

  • Page 51: Turn On Volume

    Turn On Volume Turn On Volume allows you to set the volume level when you turn the TV on. Press the M button To "Sound Adjust" π † √® To enter To "Turn On Volume" π † √® To set the volume level Current Press the M button to finish...

  • Page 52: Clock/timers

    Clock/Timers Set Clock The set clock function is described on page 22 as the interactive plug-in menu. You can choose to set the clock automatically, or manually. If you need to set the clock again, follow the steps below. Press the M button To "Clock/Timers"...

  • Page 53: On/off Timer

    On/Off Timer The on/off timer lets you program your television to turn itself on or off. You can use it as an alarm to wake up, to help you remember important programs, or as a decoy when you’re not home. Press the M button To "Clock/Timers"...

  • Page 54: Photo Viewer

    Storage devices, only one Mass Storage device is selected. Selected Mass Storage device depends on the model. • Please refer to the Customer Support website at www.jvc.com/support for information and notes regarding your devices you wish to connect. • Compatible file format is "Exif version 2.1, based on DCF version 1.0".

  • Page 55

    Multi Screen Multi Screen allows you to display JPEG images that are in your digital still camera or external USB Mass Storage Class memory as "thumbnails" . To "Multi Screen" π † √® To enter The thumbnail appears √® π † To select an image Press O if you want to display a single image...

  • Page 56: Auto Demo

    Photo Viewer Slide Show Slide Show allows you to display the images in order. To "Slide Show" π † √® To enter The Slide Show starts Press the B button to stop the Slide Show Note: • To pause the Slide Show, press the O •...

  • Page 57: Button Functions

    • You can also access by pressing the I Channel +/– Use these buttons to move up or down all the available channels your TV is able to receive. To move rapidly through the channels using JVC’s Hyperscan feature, press and hold CH+ or CH –. Button Functions...

  • Page 58: Volume

    Button Functions Volume +/– Use these buttons to raise or lower the TV’s volume level. The maximum is the level you set in Volume Limit. See page 51. Return +/TV The Return+/TV button has two functions: Return - Returns to the channel viewed just before the channel currently onscreen. Return+ - Lets you program a specific channel to return to while scanning through the channels using the CH+ and CH–...

  • Page 59: Video Status

    Video Status The Video Status button gives you a choice of four TV picture display settings, including a display of your own preferences. Standard - Resets the picture display to the factory settings. Dynamic - Gives a vivid picture with better contrast when viewing in a brightly lit room.

  • Page 60: Display

    Button Functions Display The display screen shows the current information as follows. Press the D ISPLAY Detailed mode • Detailed Mode - Shows the channel, channel name, signal, rating information, current time, digital antenna level and scramble information, as well as the current time below. HD1080i CC 11:00PM - 11:30PM Football fun meeting •...

  • Page 61: Aspect

    Aspect This feature will help you adjust the picture you are watching to give you the best possible picture quality. Aspect Ratios Panorama - With this ratio a normal 4:3 aspect picture is stretched to fit the dimensions of the 16:9 aspect screen. Cinema - This ratio “zooms in”...

  • Page 62: Menu

    "Full" automatically, the televison will change to the aspect mode you choosed. Menu The Menu button allows you to access JVC’s onscreen menu system. Press M the onscreen menu system. When a menu is displayed, press the M menu system.

  • Page 63: Ml/mts

    ML/MTS ML/MTS technology allows several audio signals to be broadcast in analog at once, giving you a choice in what you wish to hear with a TV program. In addition to mono or stereo sound, an MTS broadcast may also include a second audio program (SAP). When you are receiving a digital broadcast, it is possible to choose a language that you wish to receive.

  • Page 64: Favorite

    Button Functions Favorite The Favorite button allows you to select your favorite channels easily. First, you must register the channels that you like. See how to register below. Press the F . (Favorite) button The favorite channel list will appear. To select the channel you want to watch π...

  • Page 65: Osd Information

    Weak Signal This OSD warning appears when the digital channel that you have selected is too weak to receive or no signal is being detected for that channel. Audio / Data Only Channel This OSD appears when the selected channel is not broadcasting any picture or sound, or is only broadcasting data information.

  • Page 66: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Refer to the table below to check the condition. If you think that there is a problem, contact the JVC Service Center where you purchased the television. PROBLEMS There is no power • See if the power cord became unplugged.

  • Page 67

    PROBLEMS Static electricity • It is normal to feel static electricity if you brush or touch the screen. You hear occasional • It is normal for the TV to make crackling sounds when first turned on or off. Unless crackling sounds the sound or picture become abnormal, this is fine.

  • Page 68: Specifications

    Weight (lbs / kg) Accessories Specifications subject to change without notice. • The open source software is embedded in this product. For more information, please go to: http://software.jvc.com/opensource/lnx/DP/07_AtscQam/download.html LT-32E478 LT-32E488 LCD Flat Television NTSC, BTSC System (Multi-Channel Sound) ATSC Terrestrial, Digital Cable...

  • Page 69

    W X H X D Weight (lbs / kg) Accessories Specifications subject to change without notice. • The open source software is embedded in this product. For more information, please go to: http://software.jvc.com/opensource/lnx/DP/07_AtscQam/download.html Specifications LT-42E478 LT-42E488 LCD Flat Television NTSC, BTSC System (Multi-Channel Sound) ATSC Terrestrial, Digital Cable...

  • Page 71: Authorized Service Center

    *LIMITED WARRANTY and "TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMER" is only available for US customers.

  • Page 72

    JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA JVC CANADA, INC. Division of JVC Americas Corp. 21 Finchdene Square 1700 Valley Road Scarborough, Ontario Wayne, New Jersey, 07470 Canada, M1X 1A7...

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