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COLOUR TELEVISIONS

17” WIDE SCREEN LCD TV

Operating Instructions
Important Information
The LCD display panels are manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technology,
however sometimes some parts of the screen may have missing picture elements or have luminous
spots. This is not a sign of a malfunction.

Cleaning the screen and the cabinet...

After turning off the power, clean the screen and the cabinet with a soft, dry cloth. We
recommend that you do not use any proprietary polishes or solvents on the screen or
cabinet as this may cause damage.

Disposal...

The cold cathode fluorescent lamp in the LCD panel contains a small amount of mercury,
when the set reaches the end of its useful life please dispose of it in accordance with
Local Government Regulations or at a recycling centre.

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Television
Thank you for buying this television which is designed to give you many years
of satisfactory service.

You may already be familiar with using a television but do please take time to
read these instructions. They are designed to familiarise you with the unit’s
many new features and to ensure you get the very best out of your purchase.

Special features
• 17” wide TFT-LCD WXGA Panel

• 1152x864 resolution

• 16,722,216 colors (8 bit)

• PAL

• 450 cd/ brighthess

• 600:1 Contrast ratio

• 2x3W Stereo Sound

• 124 page teletext

• Wide viewing angles

• 2 Scart , AV , Audio Out.

• Low Power

• AVL

• ATS

• Intelligent programme switch

• On timer

• Off timer

• Graphical equaliser

• On screen display

• Manual fine tuning

• 100 Programme memory

• Full function remote control

• VGA INPUT (P.C.) Model dependant.

• Child Lock

• Stereo headphone socket

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Safety is Important
Your safety and the safety of others is important. Please, therefore, ensure you read
the Safety instructions before you operate this television.

Safety instructions
! Read all the safety instructions before first use of your TV.

• Position the television so that direct light does not fall on


the screen. Excessive light will cause a washed out effect.

• Position the power supply lead and other leads so that


they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by things
placed on or against them.

• Do not place objects filled with liquid such as vase or


flower pot near the television.

• Do not expose the TV to dripping or splashing of liquids.

• Do not place naked flame sources such as lighted candles


on the TV set.

1m • Make sure that no naked flame sources, such as lighted


candles, are placed on top of the appliance.
• Do not place the television near heat sources such as
radiators, ovens, stoves, etc.

• Do not push, hit or screw the screen of your product.

• The heat built up in the set escapes through ventilation


holes, so do not cover the set by drapes, clothes etc. that may
block air circulation. Do not place the television on carpet
or soft furnishings.
• NEVER let children push anything into the holes or slots
on the case.

• Clean the TV Screen using a slightly damp cloth or chamois


leather. Never use abrasive cleaning agents like liquid or
aerosol cleaners.
• Remove the mains plug from the socket outlet while cleaning.
• Never apply pressure on the screen when cleaning.

• Never put your screen on hard objects. Your TFT screen


may be damaged.

• Your TV set is designed to operate with the adapter provided


12 V 12V DC.-4,5A.
4.5 A
• Use the adaptor supplied with the product. Never connect
any other power sources to the product.

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Getting started
Remove your Television carefully from the box. Please Note
You may wish to store the packaging for future When not in use disconnect the plug from the
use. mains power supply.
In the box 4. Press the Power button on the side
Inside the carton box you should have: of the TV. The standby indicator will
• Accessories box illuminate.
• Power cord 5. Press a Numeric button or the
• Adapter 7 Program up or Program down button
• Remote control on the remote handset or Program
• Batteries up, Program down or MENU button
Read these instructions before use. on the front panel to switch the TV
on.
Aerial connection The standby indicator remains on.
To connect an aerial, plug the aerial lead The picture will appear after a few
into the aerial socket on the rear of the seconds.
TV.
Press the Standby button to switch the
TV to standby. The standby indicator will
brighten.

Please Note
Do not leave the television in standby unattended
or overnight.

Switching the TV on for the first time


To install your TV, please read the sections
You can use an outdoor or indoor aerial. “TV controls” and “ Tuning the television”.
However, if you use an indoor aerial the quality The batteries
of the reception may be reduced and adjustment Remove the remote back cover to reveal the
of the aerial may be required when changing battery compartment and make sure you insert
programs. the batteries the right way round.
Please note Suitable battery types for this remote are
If you live in a poor reception area or use an UM-4, IEC R03 or AAA 1.5V.
indoor aerial you may experience loss or
corruption of teletext transmissions. Do not throw your old batteries into a fire, dispose
of them in a designated disposal area.
Switching on and First Use
Do not combine a used, old battery with a new
1. Connect the power cord to the mains adapter. one or mix battery types.
2. Connect the input socket of the adapter to
the12 V DC socket at the back panel of the The performance of the remote control will
LCD TV. deteriorate beyond a distance of 8 metres or
3. Connect adapter to a suitable mains socket. outside an angle of 30 degrees from the centre
of the TV.
Note 1: Your TV will switch to stand-by mode
in five minutes when there is no broadcast signal.
Note 2: Your TV is equipped to operate with
front panel buttons, “MENU”, “PR+”, “PR-”,
“VOL+”, “VOL–” in case your R/C is broken or
the batteries are exhausted.

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Control Unit

18

16

15

10

AV3
AVS
AUDIO OUT

L R L R VIDEO S-VHS DC 12V VGA

17 12 11 13 14 19 20

1. Stand-by Led 11. Audio phono (R)


2. Remote control sensor 12. Audio phono (L)
3. Power on / off 13. Video input phono connector
4. Volume down 14. S-VHS
5. Volume up 15. Headphone socket
6. Menu button 16. Aerial input
7. TV/AV 17. Audio out (R,L)
8. Program down 18. 2 Scart
9. Program up 19. DC 12V Power supply input
10. Speaker 20. VGA (PC Input)

Please note
• See the external connections table on next page for avaible connections.
• Do not use Video Phono and S-Video connections at the same time, otherwise they
will effect the picture quality.
• RGB inputs from scart will give you better picture quality.

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External connections table
LCD panel 17” 16:9 S T D : Standard
size/type active
matrix TFT O P T : Optional
N/A : Not available
AV1 Scart STD.

AV2 Scart STD.

Headphone
socket STD.

Audio/Video STD.
PHONO

S-Video
STD.
socket

Back audio
STD.
out

Remote control

Mute
Index page (Text) P100
Standby
Reveal info (Text) REVEAL

Double heigth (Text) DOUBLE 1 2 3


Stop button HOLD 4 5 6 Numeric
Sub page button (Text) SUB
7 8 9
TV mode button (Text) UPDATE
AV 0 -/-- Two digit
Text mode button MIX
TV/PC
AV Program up
ME
TV/Teletext /TX NU Menu
TV
OK
Volume down OK
Volume up

Personal preference PP :9 Picture format


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Green teletext button
Program down
Picture Menu button
Red teletext button Features Menu button
Sound Menu button Blue teletext button
Picture smart control SWAP Setup Menu button
SMART CONT
ROLS
Yellow teletext button Swap
Program table button
Sound smart control

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Using the TV
Turning on for the first time and Tuning
TV controls
Stand-By mode
When your TV is working, press the
red “STAND-BY” button on the right
upper corner of your remote control
to switch off and the Stand-By indicator
(Led) will be brighter. To turn on your
TV again, press the numeric buttons,
or Program up or Program down.

Please Note: If you will not use your TV for


a long period, do not leave it on Stand-By Use the Program up and Program
mode, instead switch it off from the power down buttons to scroll through the
button on the side panel of the TV set. programme numbers. When you
find the program number you want
press the OK button.
Programme selection OK
Press the Program up/Program down Press the TV/TX button to close the
buttons on the TV or on the remote /TX
Program Table.
control or press a Numeric button to TV
select a programme.
Volume
1
To select a programme whose number Press the Volume + or Volume - button
is greater than 9 using the numeric on the TV or the Vol or Vol button
buttons, press the -/-- button first and on the remote control. A sound level
-/-- bar will appear on the screen.
then press the two Numeric buttons.
1 For example, to select programme
12, press the -/- button followed by Mute
2 1 then and 2. To mute the sound press the Mute button
on the remote control. A loudspeaker
You can also select a program by symbol will appear on the screen.
pressing the Yellow button to see the
Program Table.

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Press the Mute button again to restore
the sound. The symbol will disappear.
Tuning the television
There are two ways of tuning your television:
Manual, where you control the tuning process
Pressing Volume up button will also or Autoprogram where the television does it
restore the sound. all automatically.
But pressing the Volume down
button will decrease the volume This function will automatically tune name and
without restoring. arrange programs found in the followıng order.
PP
Personal preference. Press the PP
PP
button to revert to the default settings PROGRAM NO
for the TV. (See TV setup). 1 BBC1
2 BBC2
3 ITV
Swap 4 CHANNEL 4
Press swap button to recall the last 5 CHANNEL 5
SWAP
programme you watched.
Please Note
If the TV is set to a channel with no signal the
TV will return to standby in 5 minutes.
The last minute remaining is displayed on
the screen.

Your TV has 2 scarts so each time you Automatic tuning (Autoprogram)


AV press your AV button, your input will
There are two ways to access the SETUP
change as follows:
menu:
1 AV1 when using SCART socket 1 Press the blue Setup button. Or Press
(RGB support). the Menu button and use the Program
ME
2 AV2 when using SCART socket 2. NU down button to select SETUP. Press the
3 AV3 when using the phono sockets OK button to enter the SETUP menu.
of the TV.
4 AVS when using the S-video socket.
OK

Press the AV button again to return


AV to TV mode. MAIN MENU
SOUND
PICTURE
PROGRAM TABLE
SETUP
FEATURE

SETUP
CHANNEL
SYSTEM I
SEARCH
FINE TUNE
PROGRAM NUMBER
AUTO PROGRAM
STORE

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Please note Manual tuning
If you do not press any buttons for 15 seconds If you want to tune manually:
the TV will exit the menu system.
In the Setup menu select
Use the Program down button to select PROGRAM No. using the Program
AUTOPROGRAM and then the OK down button and use the Volume
button. A list of countries will appear. up button to change the Program
OK Select (UK) using Program and Volume No to 01.
buttons.
Starting with Program 01, tune
in the first channel as follows:
When you are sure the aerial is
OK connected properly press the OK button. Use the Program down button to
Autoprogam will start. select SEARCH.

To cancel Autoprogram whilst it is Press the Volume up or Volume


working press the Menu button down button to start the tuning
ME repetitively. search.
NU
As Autoprogram stores a channel it will When the search finds a strong
appear briefly on the screen before the channel signal it will stop
search continues. searching. The picture will appear.

Your TV is now tuned and ready to use.

Please note: SETUP


CHANNEL
If auto sort fails to arrange the programmes in SYSTEM I

the required sequence please refer to programme SEARCH


FINE TUNE
organising. PROGRAM NUMBER
AUTO PROGRAM
STORE

Use the Program down button to


select PROGRAM No.

Use the Volume up/down or


numeric buttons to select the
desired programme number.

Use the Program down button to


select STORE. Press the OK button
and STORED will appear on the
OK STORE line.

You have now stored the first


channel.

Use the Program up button to


select again SEARCH and
continue the tuning procedure
until you have tuned in all the
programmes you want or the
television can receive.

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Tuning with channel numbers Fine tuning
Enter the SETUP menu by pressing Although the search and Autoprogram
the blue button. will automatically try and tune to the
best reception, in areas of poor reception
OK Press the OK button when CHANNEL fine tuning may be required.
row is blue.

OK Use the OK button to select “S” for In the SETUP menu use the Program
cable channels and “C” for terrestrial up/down buttons to select FINE
broadcast. TUNING. Use the Volume up/down
buttons to fine tune.
7
Enter the channel number using the
Numeric buttons or use the When you have finished use the
Volume up/down buttons to tune Program down button to select
channels. STORE and press the OK button.
OK
Use the Program down button to select
PROGRAM NUMBER.

Use the Volume up/down or numeric SETUP


buttons to select the desired CHANNEL

programme number. SYSTEM


SEARCH
I

FINE TUNE
PROGRAM NUMBER
Use the Program down button to select AUTO PROGRAM

STORE. Press the OK button and STORE

STORED will appear on the STORE


OK line.

You have now stored the first channel.

Use the Program up button to select


again CHANNEL and continue
the tuning procedure until you
have tuned in all the programmes
you want or the television can
receive.

/TX
To exit the SETUP menu press the TV/TX
TV button.

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Program organising Please Note
1. Some TV channels may send their
Once you have tuned in all the channels you names with teletext transmission. In this
want, you can change their programme case their names will be automatically
number, if required, and name them. shown on the name line.
ME To enter the PROGRAM TABLE menu
NU
press the Menu button and select 2. Child locked programmes will be
OK PROGRAM TABLE and press the OK shown as “ “
button or press directly the Yellow
button. To move the programmes
You can move the programmes around the
PROGRAM TABLE programme list to get the order you want
00. ---- 05. 10. Select the programme you want to
01. 06. 11. move and press the Green button.
02. BBC 07. 12.
03. 08. 13.
The programme will turn to
04. 09. 14. yellow.Select the number you want
to move to and press the Green
SKIP MOVE NAME DELETE button again the programme will
be moved to that number.

The buttons used to edit the programs are All the following programmes will
shown at the bottom of the display: be shifted down by one place.
Blue button - Name
Green button - Move To delete a programme
Purple button - Delete To delete a programme, select it
Red button - Skip and press the Purple button. The
programme will be deleted.

All the following programmes are


To name the programmes shifted up by one position.
You can name the programmes and
AV inputs. To skip programmes
Press the Blue button, the selected
programme will be highlighted. Skipped programmes will not
appear when you move through
Use the Program up and Program the program list using the
down buttons to select the letters Program up/Program down
and numbers and the Volume up and buttons. They can still be selected
Volume down buttons to move using the numeric buttons or the
through the name. OK button.
Select the programs you want to
skip and press the Red button. The
program will turn red. To unskip
the program press the Red button
Press the Blue button again to store again.To exit the PROGRAM EDIT
the name. press the TV/TX button once or
/TX the Menu button twice.
TV
Repeat this process to name all the When you select a programme,
ME
programmes. NU the information you entered in the
PROGRAM EDIT menu will appear
on the top of the screen i.e. P1
BBC1. This will disappear after
about three seconds.

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TV set up Volume
The TV set up is accessed through the menu Set a default volume level using the Volume
system. up and down buttons.
To save your settings, select STORE
Once you have stored your set up, this is the and press the OK button, STORED
set up the TV will default to when you switch OK will be displayed. Press the Menu
on. ME button to go back to the previous
NU
menu.
ME To enter the MAIN menu press the
NU
Menu button.
Balance
Set the sound balance level using
Once in the MAIN menu use the
the Volume up and down buttons.
Program up and Program down
buttons to select items in the menu and
To save your settings, select STORE
the OK to access sub menus or use the
OK and press the OK button, STORED
coloured fastext buttons for quick OK
will be displayed. Press the Menu
access. ME
NU button to go back to the previous
Blue button - TUNING menu.
Red button - SOUND
Green button - PICTURE Sound type
Purple button - FEATURE This item shows STEREO when receiving
stereo transmission and MONO for mono
transmissions.
MAIN MENU
SOUND
PICTURE
If the channel you are watching is in Nicam
PROGRAM TABLE stereo the On Screen Display will show
SETUP NICAM STEREO for a while.
FEATURE

Please Note
Please note If, while watching a nicam stereo channel,
If you do not press any buttons for 15 seconds
the signal strength drops and the system
the TV will exit the menu system.
cannot receive nicam stereo the OSD will
show MONO. If the signal strength increases
Sound menu (red button) again and nicam stereo can be received
again, the OSD will show NICAM STEREO.
SOUND

VOLUME To save your settings, select STORE


BALANCE OK and press the OK button. STORED
SOUND TYPE MONO will be displayed. Press the Menu
ME
SOUND MODE SPATIAL NU menu.button to go back to the
AVL ON previous MENU.
EQUALISER
HEADPHONE
STORE

Select the required item in the menu


using the Program up/down buttons
and make the changes by pressing
the Volume up/down buttons. Use the
OK button to enter headphone from
the main menu.

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Sound mode
Select sound mode using Program up/down OK Press the OK button to enter the
buttons. You can select NORMAL or SPATIAL EQUALIZER menu.
with Volume up/down buttons. Use the Program down button to
select USER1.
SPATIAL sound is an ‘expanded stereo’. It gives OK Press the OK button to adjust the
the impression that the two speakers in the frequency band levels.
TV are further apart than they really are. Use the Volume up button to select
the KHz column you want to change.
AVL
Use the Program up/down buttons
Select AVL using Program up/down buttons. to make the changes.
TV transmitters have different sound levels.
AVL (automatic volume limiting) maintains the To save your settings, press the OK
same sound level as you switch from program OK
button.
to program. ME
NU Press the Menu button to
To apply this press Volume up or down go back to the previous menu.
button and select ON for AVL in Sound
Features menu.
Equalizer You can also adjust the settings of USER2
by the same method.
To access the 5 band equalizer menu You can change the equalizer setting whilst
press Program up or down button and press watching the TV using the sound Smart control
OK on the Equalizer line. on the Remote control.

Press the sound Smart control to scroll


EQUALIZER
through the different equalizer settings
MUSIC and select the one you want.
SPORTS
CINEMA
SPEECH Once you have switched the TV off the
USER1 120 500 1,5 5 10
equalizer setting will revert to the stored
USER2
Hz Hz KHz KHz KHz setting.

Headphone
In this menu there are a series of preset You can set up the volume, balance, bass
equalizer settings for different types of sound treble and sound type (stereo or mono)
output. of the headphone output.
Use the OK button to enter the HEADPHONE
There are four music settings - MUSIC, SPORTS, menu.
CINEMA, SPEECH and
USER1 & USER2 modes. HEADPHONE

MUSIC, SPORTS, CINEMA, SPEECH are VOLUME


factory presets. BALANCE
BASS
USER modes allow you to set your own TREBLE

sound outputs as follows: SOUND TYPE MONO


STORE

To save your settings, select STORE


OK and press the OK button. STORED
ME will be displayed. Press the Menu
NU
button to go back to the previous
menu display.

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Picture menu (Green button) NOISE REDUCTION: You can reduce the noise
effects in the pictures by selecting ON.
PICTURE

BRIGHTNESS To save your settings, select STORE


CONTRAST OK and press the OK button. STORED
COLOUR
SHARPNESS ME will be displayed. Press the Menu
SMART CONTROL USER
NU button to go back to the previous
NOISE REDUCTION ON menu.

Features Menu (Purple button)


The picture menu allows you to set up the
following: ME To select Features menu press the
NU menu button and using the Program
BRIGHTNESS
up and down buttons select Features.
CONTRAST OK
COLOUR You can also select the Features menu
SHARPNESS directly by pressing the purple button
SMART CONTROL on the remote control.
and NOISE REDUCTION
The Features menu allows you to set
up the following:

To change, for example, the colour,


OK
select it using Program up and down CHILD LOCK
buttons. CLOCK
TIMER
Use the Volume up and Volume BACKROUND
down buttons to change the setting.
LANGUAGE
To save your settings, select STORE
and press the OK button. STORED Use the Program up and down
will be displayed. buttons to select the feature you
wish to change and use the Volume
OK These settings are stored as USER up and down buttons to adjust this
picture type. feature.

You can change the picture type whilst


watching the TV using the picture Smart to
control.
Press the picture Smart control to
scroll through the different picture FEATURES
types and select the one you want:
SOFT, NATURAL, RICH or USER. CHILD LOCK OFF
CLOCK 03 14
TIMER
BACKGROUND ON
LANGUAGE

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Child Lock: Using the Child Lock, Picture format
you can lock any Program you
want so that adult channels 16:9, this is the screen format of your
cannot be watched by children. TV set
You can cancel child lock any The TV will automatically switch to this
time you want. To cancel Child format if it detects 16:9 format from the
Lock, select Child Lock as OFF, SCART inputs.
ON that program.

Clock: Use the numeric buttons


to set the real time.
Note: If you enter any channel
with teletext transmission, clock
will automatically set to real time. 4:3, conventional TV picture format.
Background: You can adjust the
menu background as ON or
OFF.

LANGUAGE

Press the 16:9 button to page


9 through the different picture formats
6:
1
and select the one you want. The
selected format will appear on the
MAGYAR lower right side of the screen for
a short while.
ROMENESTE Once you have switched the TV off
the picture format will revert to 16:9.
Language: You can select one of the 16
languages by pressing the OK button in To exit the sub-menu press the
the language selection. ME
Timer: Use Program up and down buttons
NU Menu button and return to the
to select Timer in the features menu. Using main menu.
the Timer fuction, you can switch to a
specific programme at a pre-programmed
time or you can turn your TV off at the
time you want your TV to be turned off.
Press OK to access the Timer menu.
TIMER

PROGRAM NO P 00
ON TIMER
OFF TIMER

ON TIMER: Use the numeric buttons to set


the time that you want your TV to be turned
on and programme number.
Switch the TV to Stand-by mode.
OFF TIMER: Use the numeric buttons to set
the time that you want your TV to be turned
off into Stand-by mode.
Note: It is not possible to switch to TV On
and Off at predetermined times using the
timer.

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Using Teletext
TV/text mix
Teletext is an information system that displays To view a TV programme whilst in
text on your TV screen. Using the teletext MIX
text mode, press the MIX button.
TV/PC
control buttons you can view pages of The text will be superimposed over
information that are listed in the teletext index. the TV programme.

Press the MIX button again to return


Please Note to the text page.
MIX
No on screen display is available in text mode.
TV/PC
The contrast, brightness and colour cannot be
changed but the volume control is still available.
Page search whilst watching TV

To enter Text mode In Text mode press the Update


UPDATE button. The TV will return to TV
Please Note mode with the text page number
Make sure the TV channel you are watching in the top left hand corner of the
transmits teletext. If not NO TEXT sign will screen.
be shown on the screen. 0
Press the TV/TEXT button. The text Enter the page number you want
page will appear, normally the index using the Numeric buttons.
/TX 9
TV
page.
The top line of the text page will
appear whilst the text searches for
To exit Text mode your page. When the page is
Press the TV/TXT button. The screen found the number will remain in
/TX will return to the channel you were the top left hand corner of the
TV
watching. screen.
Press the Update button to view
To select a page of text UPDATE your selected page of text.
Find the number of the page in the
0 index and enter it using the Numeric
buttons. The number of the page will Double height text
9 appear in the top left hand corner of If you have difficulty reading the
the screen. text on the TV you can double the
height of the text.
The page counter will search for your
page. When it finds it, the page will Press the Double height button.
be displayed. The top half of the page will be
displayed in double height text.
To move to the next page of text press
the Program up button. Press the Double height button
DOUBLE
again. The bottom half of the page
To move to the previous page press will be displayed in double height
the Program down button. text.

To return to the index page press the Press the Double height button
P100
P100 button.
DOUBLE again to return to the full page.

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Page Stop To reveal information
If the page of text you have selected Press the Rev button to reveal
HOLD contains sub pages, these sub pages REVEAL concealed information (quiz
will automatically be displayed in answers etc.).
order with a delay to allow you to
read the page. REVEAL Press the Rev button again to
conceal the information again.
To stop the move to the next sub page
press the STOP button. STOP will Clock
appear in the top left hand corner. Press the Sub button, whilst
SUB watching a TV program , to
display the time.
HOLD To continue moving through the sub
pages press the STOP button again. Press sub button again to cancel
time display.

To select a sub page Fast text


If the page of text you are viewing At the bottom of the teletext screen is a
contains sub pages, the number of row of subject headings in red, green
the sub page you are on and the total yellow and blue.
number of sub pages is displayed on
the right of the screen i.e. 1/7. The remote control has a row of coloured
buttons corresponding to the row of
To select a sub page press the SUB coloured subjects on the screen.
SUB
button. Press the green button to select
next sub-page or press the red button Pressing one of the coloured buttons will
to select the previous sub-page. take you directly to the page
corresponding to the subject heading.
Enter the number of the sub page,
using the Numeric buttons in the
5 format S0001 for sub page 1.

The teletext will search for the sub


page. This may take some time. To
return to the TV whilst the teletext is
searching press the Update button.

When the page number is found it


will appear in the top left hand corner
of the screen.
UPDATE
Press the Update button again to view
the text page.

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Connecting external
equipment
You can connect a wide range of audio and video equipment
to your TV.

Connecting a video recorder


Via SCART Via Phono lead (optional)

Make sure the TV and video recorder are both Make sure the TV and video recorder are
switched off. both switched off.
Plug one end of the SCART lead (not supplied)
into the back of the video recorder and the Plug one end of the Phono lead into the
other end into one of the SCART sockets on the video and audio out sockets on the back of
back of the TV. the video recorder and plug the other end
into the video and audio in sockets of the
Switch on the video recorder and the TV. TV.

Press the AV button on the remote If the sound is mono, use the Audio Input L.
AV control to select AV1 or AV2 to and in the SOUND menu select the MONO
correspond with the SCART socket feature.
you are using on the back of the TV.

Please note: SOUND


You can connect RGB external equipment
VOLUME
via Scart. It is necessary to you use a full Scart
BALANCE
cable for this purpose. MONO
SOUND TYPE
SOUND MODE SPATIAL
Select the video output of the external device AVL ON
by referring to its operation instructions. EQUALISER
HEADPHONE
STORE

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Via aerial socket Via Phono Lead and S-Video
socket
Make sure the TV and video recorder are You can also connect it through the
both switched off. S-Video socket of the TV.

Unplug the aerial lead form the TV and Plug the S-Video plug into the S-Video
plug it into the aerial socket on the video socket and the audio leads into the audio
recorder. sockets.

Plug a coaxial plug into the RF out socket


on the rear of the video recorder and plug
the other end into the aerial socket on the
TV.

Switch on the video recorder and the TV. If


your video recorder has a test signal, switch
it on. (Refer to the video recorder user
guide).

See ‘Tuning the TV’ and carry out the tuning


procedure for the video recorder test signal.
Select a programme number 0.
VGA
S-VHS DC 12V
AVS

VIDEO
AV3

R
L
AUDIO OUT

VGA R
L
S-VHS DC 12V

S-Video In
AVS

VIDEO
AV3

R
L
AUDIO OUT

R
L

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Connecting a DVD player

Via SCART Via Phono lead


Make sure the TV and DVD player are Make sure the TV and DVD player are both
both switched off. switched off.

Plug one end of the SCART lead (not Plug one end of the Phono lead into the video
supplied) into the back of the DVD and audio out sockets on the back of the
player and the other end into the SCART DVD player and plug the other end into the
socket on the back of the TV. video and audio in sockets of the TV.

Switch on the DVD and the TV. Via Phono lead and S-Video socket
You can also connect it through the
S-Video socket of the TV.

Plug the S-Video plug into the S-Video socket


and the audio leads into the audio sockets.
VGA
S-VHS DC 12V
AVS

VIDEO
AV3

R
L
AUDIO OUT

R
L
VGA
S-VHS DC 12V

S-Video In
AVS

VIDEO
AV3

R
L
AUDIO OUT

R
L

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Connecting a decoder
Via SCART
Make sure the TV and decoder are both Plug one end of the Phono lead into the
switched off. video and audio out sockets on the back
of the decoder and plug the other end
Plug one end of the SCART lead (not into the video and audio in sockets on the
supplied) into the back of the decoder and TV.
the other end into the SCART on the back
of the TV.

Switch on the decoder and the TV.

AV Press the AV button on the remote


control to select AV1.

Via Phono lead


Make sure the TV and decoder are both
switched off.

Note: For Decoder connection Via Phono


lead your Decoder device must have the
tuner built in.
VGA
S-VHS DC 12V
AVS

VIDEO
AV3

R
L
AUDIO OUT

R
L

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INTRODUCTION
Because your 17”16:9 LCD-TV equipment is provided with VGA inputs, it may be used
as a PC monitor as well. (Pug&Play).
A time delay is present during changing from TV to PC mode this is normal and not a
fault.
3
Entering the PC Mode
HOLD 4 5 6
SUB
1. Plug one end of a VGA Lead to the computer monitor
7 8 output and the other end to the VGA input on the back of
9 the TV.
UPDATE
AV 0 -/--
MIX 2. To enter the LCD-TV into the PC monitor mode, press the
TV/PC “MIX(TV-PC)” button on your remote control. Each time the
ME “MIX(TV/PC)” button is presed, operation changes from the
/TX NU
TV PC mode, to TV mode. In addition, you may return to the
TV mode by selecting the “TV SELECTION” option from the
OK monitor menu, or press and hold the AV button on the TV.

Note 1: When the system is in the monitor (PC) mode, the


PP
16
:9 sound from the TV channel selected may be heard from the
speakers. When you enter this mode, the sound control
buttons on the remote control. (“VOL ”/“VOL “MUTE)
become functional.
Note 2: When the system is in the monitor mode, the
STANDBY button is operational. Upon exit from STANDBY,
the system starts up in the TV mode again.
PC Mode Menu Structure

After changing to the PC mode,


Brightness Contras Position Image Auto config you may access the monitor
menus by pressing the “MENU”
‹ ETC button on the front panel of the
Info Misc TV Select Gamma Save system
To browse in the menus, you may use the “PR “/“PR “ buttons and Vol+ or Vol-
buttons to select the type of adjustment you wish to make. Once you make your selection,
you may set the desired adjustment value using the “PR “/“PR “ buttons.
To store setting browse to save using “PR “/“PR “. Select using
“VOL ”/“VOL “select yes using “PR “/“PR “. To exit press menu on TV.

BRIGHTNESS
After entering the Brightness Menu using the “VOL ”/“VOL “ buttons, you may set
the brightness value of the monitor to the desired level by using the “PR “/“PR “
buttons.

CONTRAST
After entering the Contrast Menu using the “VOL ”/“VOL “ buttons, you may set the
contrast value of the monitor to the desired level by using the “PR “/“PR “ buttons.
POSITION
After entering the Position Menu using the “VOL ”/“VOL “ buttons, you may set the
geometrical adjustment value of the monitor to the desired level by using the
“PR “/“PR “ buttons.
H-POSITION : Horizontal position adjustment
V-POSITION : Vertical position adjustment
IMAGE
After entering the Image Menu using the “VOL ”/“VOL “ buttons, you may set the
phase adjustment value of the monitor to the desired level by using the
“PR “/“PR “ buttons
PHASE : ADC sampling phase adjustment
CLOCK : ADC clock count Per line

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AUTO CONFIG : Allows the entry of optimum geometrical adjustments based on the input mode

INFORMATION : Displays the input mode information on the screen.

MISCELLANEOUS
You may enter the factory default settings, Menu position and duration on the screen, resolution
settings etc. by selecting the MISCELLANEOUS option.
FACTORY RESET : Loads the factory default settings
OSD TIMEOUT : The on-screen timeout may be adjusted to a value between 5 - 60 seconds.
OSD POSITION : Used for adjusting the OSD Horizontal and Ver tical position
NATIVE MODE : Displays the input cursor in its actual resolution

TV SELECTION : To change from Monitor mode to TV mode

GAMMA : Correction of linear RGB data to compensate for non-linear response of TFT display.

MOIRE : Correction of distortions giving an image of the picture lines superimposed over one another.

SAVE : Stores the settings entered.

NOTE: The user can store the geometrical adjustments (H-Position, V-Position) entered for 6 different
input graphic modes. When the Autoconfig is performed, the settings provided for that mode are
stored, therefore, activating the Autoconfig function each time the mode is changed, is not necessary.
When the user stores the settings for a 7th mode, the first mode stored will be erased

Warning Messages
1. No SYNC: The VGA input code (resolution) is missing, the "NO SYNC" message appears on the
display. The message stays on the screen for 30 seconds and if no other VGA input signal that is
supported by the system is not provided within that period, the system will go to "POWER SAVING"
mode in order to protect the LCD panel. In this mode, the display will turn off, but the sound from
the selected tuner channel will be audible

2. Input Not Supported: The input code (resolution) is not a supported graphics mode, the message
"INPUT NOT SUPPORTED" appears on the display. The message stays on the screen until a supported
graphic input code is received.

Important Warning:

1. When the system changes from TV mode to VGA mode for the first time, the sound from
the speakers is muted, but available through the ear-phones
2 . When a particular VGA mode is displayed for the first time, selecting the "Autoconfiguration"
option may be necessary. The position adjustment as well as the H-Position and V-Position
fine adjustments must be entered and the values "saved (stored)"
3 . When the signal is cut off, depending on the VGA power-saving standard, the message
"NO SIGNAL" is displayed on the screen for 30 seconds. At the end of this period, the
system turns off, providing an energy saving of 30 watts.
The TV led will flash. To return to the TV mode press MIX (TV/PC) button or press
and hold the AV button on the T.V.
4. P.C. sound is not available as an option.

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Connecting TV with video and satellite/digital
receiver

Satellite/digital receiver Video Rear of TV

Aerial out Aerial out


TV Video
Scart socket Scart socket Scart socket Scart 1
Aerial in Aerial in Aerial
socket

Connecting TV with camcorder


AV1 VGA
S-VHS DC 12V

S-Video In
AVS

VIDEO
AV3

R
L
AUDIO OUT

R
L

Camcorder

Connecting TV games and computer


AV1
VGA
S-VHS DC 12V

S-Video In
AVS

VIDEO
AV3

R
L
AUDIO OUT

R
L

S-Video TV Game Player

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Help and service tips
The TV does not work No sound
Make sure it is plugged into the mains supply • Is the sound muted? Press the Mute
and switched on. button.
• Is the volume turned down?
Poor picture • Are there headphones connected.
• Is the aerial plugged in? • Check that tuning system selected is
• If you are using a set top aerial is it properly PAL “I” not “B/G” refer to tuning menu to
aligned for the best signal. change “B/G” to “I”.
• Make sure the aerial is not to close to neon
lights, loudspeakers etc. Sound coming from only one speaker
• Try changing the direction of the outdoor
aerial. High buildings and mountains can • Is the balance set to one side?
cause ghost pictures or double images. See the sound menu.
• The picture quality may be reduced by • If you have external speakers, has one
connecting two external sources at once. of them become disconnected.
Disconnect one of the sources.
• Adjust the fine tuning. No response to the remote control
No picture • Try changing the batteries.
• Is the aerial plugged in properly? • Is there an obstruction between the
• Is the aerial lead damaged. remote control and the sensor on the
• Are all the plugs in the aerial lead fitted TV.
correctly?
• Have you pressed the correct buttons on If nothing works
the remote control. If you have tried the above solutions and none
seem to work, try switching the unit off and
on again.

If this does not work contact your supplier or


TV repair technician. Never attempt to repair
a defective TV yourself.

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Technical specifications table
LCD panel 17” 16:9
size/typee active matrix TFT

Sound Output
2x3 W
(%10 THD)

Number of pixel 1280x768

General technical specifications


Power Supply
DC: ......................................................................12V-4,5A
Number of preset programmes.............................100
RF Aerial input .....................................................75 ohm (unbalanced)
Speaker empedance ...........................................4 ohm
Sound Systems.....................................................Mono/Stereo/NICAM
Batteries ..............................................................2x UM-4, IEC R03 or AAA 1.5V
Receiving channels ...............................................VHF (Band I Channels 2-4)
...........................................................................VHF (Band III Channels 5-12)
...........................................................................UHF (Channels 21-69)
...........................................................................Cable TV (S1-S20/S21-S41)
Receiving broadcast system .................................PAL I

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