Beko LCD panel Owner's Manual

16”/18,5”/21,6”/22”
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Important Information .......................................................... 1
1.1 Cleaning the screen and cabinet... .............................................. 1
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Features of your new television ........................................... 2
2.1-Special Features ......................................................................... 2
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Important Safety Instructions .............................................. 3
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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-Rear and Side External Connections ........................................... 7
5.3-Remote Control .......................................................................... 8
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Performing the initial power-on settings ............................ 9
6.1-TV controls ................................................................................. 9
6.2-Turning on the TV and Setting the Channels ............................... 10
6.3-Program Table ............................................................................ 12
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Settings of Your New Television ......................................... 13
7.1- Sound Menu Settings ................................................................ 13
7.2-Picture Menu Settings ................................................................. 13
7.3-Features Menu Settings .............................................................. 15
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Teletext .................................................................................. 16
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External Equipment Connections: ....................................... 18
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Help and tips ......................................................................... 22
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T echnical Specifications Chart . ............................................23

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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.
  • 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 • HDMI connection • 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 Note 1: If you would like to operate electrical devices close your television by means of the lighter cable (*) in a car, then use to water. Operating such devices, for the cable supplied with the product example, near a (**) or another cable with equivalent bathtub, washbasin, kitchen washbasin, properties.
  • Page 6 16) Unplug the power cable 20) Disposing of the exhausted during thunderstorms or batteries: when you will not use your Dispose of the exhausted batteries device for a long period of in accordance with the local time. laws and regulations in order to protect our environment.
  • Page 7: Start

    Start 4.2-Powering on your device Remove your television carefully from its box. You can keep the packaging of your and the initial use television to use in future. 1. Insert the power cable or the adaptor into Contents of the box the appropriate power supply input located on Power cable (*) the back panel of the LCD TV.
  • Page 8: Your New Television

    Your new television 5.1-TV Control Panel Volume Level Down/Up Programme Down/Up button button Menu button/Source selection button / Sound-Program Selection Button Stand by indicator Bright light: TV is in Stand-by Power/Standby button Dimmed light: TV is On No light: Power Cable is not connected. Main power on/off button (optional) 5.2-Rear and Side External Connections 1- Power input 6-Sound input CINCH connector (Right/R) 2- Scart/S-VHS input...
  • Page 9: Remote Control

    5.3-Remote Control Temporary off button POWER MUTE POWER Temporary sound mute button MUTE Numeric buttons Picture format selection button Switching back to the last viewed channel button Volume down / up buttons Programme forward / back buttons Confirmation button Up/Down navigation buttons Right/Left navigation buttons Enter menu button Teletext Question/Answer button (Reveal) Source Menu button Teletext page enlarge button (Double) Return to previous menu button TV/Teletext selection button Exit menu button...
  • Page 10: 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 6.1.1-Temporary on/off (STAND-BY) MUTE your television, press the MUTE When you press the red POWER button on your remote control. In button located on the upper right POWER that case, MUTE symbol will appear hand side of your remote control on the screen.
  • Page 11: Turning On The Tv And Setting The Channels

    6.2-Turning on the TV and You can tune the programs automatically with the Autoprogram Setting the Channels function of your television and then LANGUAGE menu will be displayed on the sort the channels as you desire screen when you turn on your television for by means of the Program Table.
  • Page 12: Channel Number

    To stop the process at any given time, 6.2.2.2-If you do not know the please press the M button. The Program channel number Table, which will allow you to sort the Press the M button. Move to the channels as you wish, will be displayed after SETUP menu by pressing the the automatic search is complete.
  • Page 13: Program Table

    6.3-Program Table program number. After setting is complete, press EXIT button to exit the menu. Press the M button. Move to the PROGRAM 6.3.3-Skipping a stored channel TABLE tab by pressing the Down navigation button in Main Menu and confirm your In the event that you do not wish selection with the OK button.
  • Page 14: Settings Of Your New Television

    Settings of Your New Television 7.2-Picture Menu Settings 7.1- Sound Menu Settings 7.2.1-Picture Menu 7.1.1-Sound Menu You can perform other picture settings by You can perform sound settings by entering the Picture menu. For this, press entering the Sound menu. For this, press the M button on your remote control.
  • Page 15: Picture Format

    7.2.3-DNR (Noise reduction) 7.2.6.2-16:9 You may reduce interference and noise Please use this setting for watching wide formed in the picture by using this feature. screen DVDs, wide screen video cassette Select DNR tab in the Picture menu with the or 16:9 formatted broadcasts. Since various Up/Down navigation buttons to activate this screen formats such as 16:9, 14:9 and etc.
  • Page 16: Features Menu Settings

    Note: Since the use of certain functions 7.3.3-Panel Lock in order to change the picture sizes for If this feature is turned On, the control collective projection or commercial purposes buttons on your LCD television will be locked (modifying the height and width etc.) will and will not function. They will be active be deemed an infringement of the picture’s again when the feature is turned Off.
  • Page 17: Teletext

    Teletext Being one of the most prominent services 8.3-Page enlarge button (DOUBLE) of broadcasting today, Teletext renders Using this button, you can watch the TV more fruitful. Teletext means in the top half of the teletext page in short the transmission of various updated an enlarged format. To be able to information along with the TV broadcast view the bottom half of the enlarged signal in the form of text and graphics.
  • Page 18 8.6-Temporary TV Picture (UPDATE) 8.9-Toptext (optional) This button allows you to switch to There is a topics line in yellow and blue at the the television picture while the page bottom of the teletext screen. You can select you want is being searched in the the relevant topic by pressing the yellow or teletext broadcast eliminating the blue buttons on the remote control.
  • Page 19: External Equipment Connections

    External Equipment Connections: Your TV is equipped with 5 inputs including antenna input, which allows for the external device connection. These inputs are: 1- Antenna input 2- SCART input 3- AV input 4- VGA / YPBPR input 5- HDMI inputs You can connect your external device supporting the suitable inputs to your TV via these inputs.
  • Page 20 9.2-Connecting 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 AV option from the Source menu and press OK button. Your TV will switch to the selected source. 9.3-Connecting an external device via YPBPR connection Audio connection Picture connection YPBPBR (Component Input): When a connection is made via VGA socket with VGA to YPBPR, select YPBPR option from the Source menu and press the OK button to display the picture.
  • Page 21 9.4-Connecting an external device via HDMI connection Side view of the TV SATALLITE RECEIVER GAME CONSOLE HDMI: When a connection is made via HDMI socket, select the HDMI input you connected through from the Source menu and press the OK button to be able to display these pictures. Your TV will switch to the selected source. Connect to the HDMI input at the back of your TV by using the connector located on your PC or your digital video-transmission device with a suitable cable (not supplied with the TV).
  • Page 22 9.5-PC connection Audio connection Picture connection 9.5.1-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. 9.5.2-Transition to the PC mode For your LCD-TV to switch to the monitor (PC) mode, press the AV button on your remote control.
  • Page 23: Help And Tips

    Help and tips Failure Possible cause Solution Is the power cord connected to Check the power cord. the mains supply? The television does not function Is the main power On/Off button Check if the On/Off button is on. Is the antenna cable attached? Check the antenna cable. If you are using a satellite Have the antenna adjusted. antenna, is it well adjusted? Aerial may be affected by two Try disconnecting one of the Poor picture quality connected external devices.
  • Page 24: Technical Specifications Chart

    Technical Specifications Chart SCREEN SIZE 16” 18,5” 21,6” 22” 16”, 16:9 Active 18.5”, 16:9 Active 21.6”, 16:9 Active 22”, 16:9 Active Panel type matrix TFT matrix TFT matrix TFT matrix TFT Sound output 2x2 W 2x2.5 W 2x3 W 2x3 W Power consumption 24 W 30 W...