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Remote control buttons and functions

Favourite channel function

You can register your favourite TV channels (PR 1 – PR 99) in the number buttons 1 to 4. After registering, the channel can be called by pressing the d(favourite) button and a number button 1 to 4.

Favourite channel registration

1In the normal screen, choose a TV channel (PR 1 – PR 99) that you want to register

For details, refer to “Choose a TV channel and watch images from external devices” on page 15.

2Press and hold the d(favourite) button for three seconds or more

Then “SET 1-4?”appears on the screen.

3Press one of the number buttons 1 to 4

The current channel is registered in the pressed number button.

After “PROGRAMMED!” appears on the screen, the favourite channel icon appears at the top-rightof the screen.

If the channel you are trying to register is already registered in one of the other number buttons 1 to 4, “NOT AVAILABLE” appears on the screen.

Channels locked with the CHILD LOCK function cannot be registered.

If AUTO PROGRAM is performed, the registered favourite channels are reset.

When you want to delete a favourite channel, delete the set channel and set contents with FAVOURITE SETTING (see page 31) in the FEATURES menu.

Calling the favourite channel

1In the normal screen, press the d

(favourite) button

Then “FAVORITE1-4?”appears.

2Press one of the number buttons 1 to 4

The called favourite channel appears on the screen.

If a number button in which no channel is registered is pressed, “NO MEMORY” appears on the screen.

Setting the picture effect

When a favourite channel has been chosen with the d(favourite) button and number buttons 1 to 4, picture effect settings can be memorised for each favourite channel by setting the picture effects in the PICTURE menu (seepage 25).

The following items in the PICTURE menu (see page 25) are memorised.

PICTURE MODE BRIGHT-1CONTRASTBRIGHT-2SHARP COLOUR

HUE

COLOUR TEMP. DIGITAL VNR COLOUR SYSTEM

The last setting made for each item is memorised.

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Remote control buttons and functions

Operating a JVC brand VCR or DVD player

These buttons will operate a JVC brand VCR or DVD player. Pressing a button that looks the same as the device’s original remote control button has the same effect as the original remote control.

1Set the VCR/TV/DVD Switch to the VCR or DVD position

VCR:

When you are operating the VCR, set the switch to the VCR position.

You can turn the VCR on or off with the #(standby) button.

DVD:

When you are operating the DVD player, set the switch to the DVD position.

You can turn the DVD player on or off with the #(standby) button.

You can also press the HorTbutton and display the DVD disc menu screen, and then operate by pressing the7 buttons.

2Press the VCR/DVD Control Button to control your VCR or DVD player

If your device is not made by JVC, these buttons will not work.

Even if your device is made by JVC, some of these buttons may not work, depending on the device you are using.

You can use the pbuttons to choose a TV channel the VCR will receive, or choose the chapter the DVD player plays back.

Some models of DVD player use the pbuttons for both operating the fast forward/backward functions and for choosing the chapter. In this case, the253buttons do not work.

You cannot turn the TV on or off when the VCR/TV/DVD switch is set to the VCR or DVD position.

When you turn the TV on or off, set the VCR/TV/DVD switch to the TV position.

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Teletext function

VCR/TV/

DVD

Basic operation

1Choose a TV channel with a teletext broadcast

2Set the VCR/TV/DVD switch to the TV position

3Press g (Text) button to display the teletext

Pressing g(Text) button changes the mode as follows:

TEXT ---

TEXT ---

TV mode

Text mode

4Choose a teletext page by pressing the ppbuttons, number buttons or colour buttons

To return to the TV mode:

Press the bbutton org(Text) button.

If you have trouble receiving teletext broadcasts, consult your local dealer or the teletext station.

The ZOOM function will not work in the TV and text mode or Text mode.

You cannot operate menus when viewing a teletext programme.

Language display depends on the country which was set on the COUNTRY menu. If characters on a Teletext programme do not appear properly, change the COUNTRY setting to other country’s. To change the COUNTRY setting, perform steps 1 and 2 of the “AUTO PROGRAM” procedure onpage 32 and then press theabutton.

Using the List Mode

You can store the numbers of your favourite teletext pages in memory and call them up quickly using the colour buttons.

To store the page numbers:

1Press Bbutton to go into the

List mode

The page numbers you have stored are displayed at the bottom of the screen.

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Teletext function

2Press a colour button to choose a position. Then press the number buttons to enter the page number

3Press and hold down the A (Store) button

The four page numbers blink white to show that they are stored in memory.

To call up a stored page:

1Press the B button to enter the

List mode

Sub-page

Some teletext pages include sub-pagesthat are automatically displayed.

You can hold any sub-page,or view it at any time.

1Press the d(Favourite) button to operate theSub-pagefunction

2Press the Number buttons to enter a sub-pagenumber

Example:

3rd sub-pagepress0,0,0and3.

To cancel the Sub-pagefunction:

Press the d(Favourite) button again.

Reveal

2Press a colour button having a stored page

To exit the List mode:

Press the Bbutton again.

Some teletext pages include hidden text (such as answers to a quiz).

You can display the hidden text.

Each time you press the E (Reveal) button, text is hidden or revealed

Hold

You can hold a teletext page on the screen for as long as you want, even while several other teletext pages are being received.

Press the C(Hold) button

Hold indication

To cancel the Hold function:

Press C(Hold) button again.

Size

You can double the height of the teletext display.

Press the F (Size) button

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Teletext function

Index

You can return to the index page instantly.

Press the G (Index) button

Returns to page 100 or a previously specified page.

Cancel

You can search for a teletext page while watching TV.

1Press the number button to enter a page number, or press a colour button

The TV searches for a teletext page.

2Press H (Cancel) button

The TV programme appears. When the TV finds the teletext page, its page number appears in the upper left of the screen.

3Press H (Cancel) button to return to a teletext page when the page number is on the screen

The TV mode cannot be resumed by pressing the H(Cancel) button. To return to the TV mode pressb.

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Using the TV’s menu

This TV has a number of functions you can operate using menus. To use all your TV’s functions, you need to understand the basic menu operating techniques fully.

Buttons used to operate the menus

Types of menu

 

PICTURE menu

 

Choose to set the screen

D0106

settings.

 

SOUND menu

D0107

Choose to set the sound settings.

 

FEATURES menu

 

Choose to set the sleep timer

D0108

and child lock settings.

SET UP menu

Choose to edit the channels or

D0109 set the display language settings.

Basic operation

The menu will disappear after about one minute if no operation is performed.

1Press the Hbutton to display the menu bar

PICTURE

D0105-EN

2Press the 5buttons to choose the menu you want to use and then press thea button

 

PICTURE

D1105-ENChosen

Chosen

menu

menu name

3Press the 6buttons to choose the item to be set, press the5

buttons to set the item, and then press the a button

If there are sub-menus,use the7 buttons to operate them.

Press the bbutton to return to the previous menu.

Press the borHbutton to exit from the menu.

Some menu items may not be operated or set depending on the TV status or other menu item settings.

Menu items that cannot be operated or set are displayed in grey in the menu and cannot be chosen.

Operation with the buttons on the TV

You can also operate the menus using the buttons on the front panel of the TV.

TV/AV button

MENU/OK button

6buttons

5buttons

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PICTURE menu

PICTURE

PICTURE MODE

STANDARD

BRIGHT-1

 

CONTRAST

 

BRIGHT-2

 

SHARP

 

COLOUR

 

HUE

 

COLOUR TEMP.

COOL

FEATURES

 

 

RESET

OK

 

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While the PICTURE menu is displayed, pressing the blue button will set the BRIGHT-1,CONTRAST,BRIGHT-2,SHARP, COLOUR, HUE settings to their default settings.

When watching the picture from EXT-1toEXT-4or the PC, picture effect settings can be memorised for each external input by setting the picture effects in the PICTURE menu.

The following items in the PICTURE menu are memorised.

PICTURE MODE BRIGHT-1CONTRASTBRIGHT-2SHARP COLOUR

HUE

COLOUR TEMP. DIGITAL VNR COLOUR SYSTEM

The last setting made for each item is memorised.

PICTURE MODE

You can choose one of three PICTURE MODEs to adjust the picture settings automatically.

BRIGHT:

Heightens contrast and sharpness.

STANDARD:

Standardizes picture adjustment.

SOFT:

Softens contrast and sharpness.

BRIGHT-1

You can adjust the back light.

2: darker

3: brighter

CONTRAST

You can adjust the picture contrast.

2: lower

3: higher

BRIGHT-2

You can adjust the picture brightness.

2: darker

3: brighter

SHARP

You can adjust the picture sharpness.

2: softer

3: sharper

COLOUR

You can adjust the picture colour.

2: lighter

3: deeper

HUE

You can adjust the picture tint.

2: reddish

3: greenish

You can change the HUE setting (picture hue) when the colour system is NTSC 3.58, or NTSC 4.43.

COLOUR TEMP.

You can select one of three COLOUR TEMP. modes (three tones of white) to adjust the white balance of the picture. Since white is the colour which is used as a reference for all the other colours, changing the COLOUR TEMP. mode affects the appearance of all the other colours on the screen.

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PICTURE menu

COOL:

A bluish white. Using this mode when watching bright pictures allows you to enjoy a more vivid and bright picture.

NORMAL:

The normal white colour.

WARM:

A reddish white. Using this mode when watching films allows you to enjoy colours that are characteristic of films.

COLOUR SYSTEM

The colour system is chosen automatically. However, if the picture is not clear or no colour appears, choose the colour system manually.

1Choose COLOUR SYSTEM. Then press the aor3button

The sub-menuof the COLOUR SYSTEM function appears.

>> COLOUR SYSTEM

FEATURES

Choose FEATURES and press the aor3 button to display thesub-menu.

> FEATURES

DIGITAL VNR

AUTO(LOW)

COLOUR SYSTEM 4:3 AUTO ASPECT

OK

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DIGITAL VNR

The DIGITAL VNR function cuts down the amount of ‘noise’ (‘snow’ or interference) in the original picture.

ON:

This function is turned on.

OFF:

This function is turned off.

AUTO

OK

D0016-EN

2Press the 6buttons to choose

the appropriate colour system. Then press the a button

PAL:

PAL system

SECAM:

SECAM system

NTSC 3.58:

NTSC 3.58 MHz system

NTSC 4.43:

NTSC 4.43 MHz system

AUTO:

This function detects a colour system from the input signal. You can only use this when you are viewing a picture from programme number PR 0 (AV), or an EXT terminal.

The AUTO function may not function properly if you have poor signal quality. If the picture is abnormal in the AUTO function, choose another colour system manually.

When in the Programme numbers PR 0 (AV) to PR 99, you cannot choose NTSC 3.58 or NTSC 4.43.

COLOUR SYSTEM cannot be chosen when you are watching the PC picture.

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PICTURE menu

4:3 AUTO ASPECT

You can choose one of three ZOOM modes, REGULAR, PANORAMIC or 14:9 ZOOM, as the ZOOM mode for the normal picture (4:3 aspect ratio).

1Choose 4:3 AUTO ASPECT then press the a button

>> 4:3 AUTO ASPECT

PANORAMIC

REGULAR 14:9 ZOOM

OK

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2Press the 6buttons to choose a

ZOOM mode

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SOUND menu

SOUND

STEREO/

 

BASS

 

TREBLE

 

BALANCE

 

3D SOUND

OFF

OK

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When the headphones are connected, only “STEREO / I • II” can be used.

STEREO / I • II

When you are viewing a bilingual broadcast programme, you can choose the sound from Bilingual I (Sub I) or Bilingual II (Sub II). If you have poor reception on a stereo broadcast, you can change from stereo to mono sound so that you can hear the broadcast more clearly and easily.

s: Stereo soundv: mono sound

t : Bilingual I (sub I)

u: Bilingual II (sub II)

The sound mode you can choose differs depending on the TV programme.

This function does not work in the EXT modes.

BASS

You can adjust the low tone of the sound.

2: weaker

3: strong

TREBLE

You can adjust the high tone of the sound.

2: weaker

3: strong

BALANCE

You can adjust the volume balance between the left and right speaker.

2: turn the left speaker’s volume level up.

3: turn the right speaker’s volume level up.

3D SOUND

You can enjoy Surround sound with a “live” effect by using the 3D SOUND function.

You can choose a 3D SOUND mode from ON, MONO and OFF modes. For details, see “3D SOUND function” on page 18.

You can also operate the 3D SOUND function with the ibutton. For details, see“3D SOUND function” on page 18.

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FEATURES menu

FEATURES

SLEEP TIMER

 

CHILD LOCK

 

APPEARANCE

TYPE A

BLUE BACK

ON

FAVOURITE SETTING

 

OK

D0023-EN

SLEEP TIMER

You can set the TV to automatically turn off after a set period of time.

1Choose SLEEP TIMER. Then press the aor3button

A Sub-menuof the SLEEP TIMER function appears.

> SLEEP TIMER

0 120

OFF

OK

D0024-EN

2Press the 5buttons to set the period of time.

Then press the a button

You can set the period of time for up to 120 minutes (2 hours) in 10 minute steps.

One minute before the SLEEP TIMER function turns off the TV, “GOODNIGHT!” appears.

The SLEEP TIMER function cannot be used to turn off the TV’s main power.

When the SLEEP TIMER function is on, you can display the sub-menuof the SLEEP TIMER function again to confirm or change the remaining

period of time of the SLEEP TIMER function. Press the abutton to leave the menu after confirming or changing the remaining time.

To cancel the SLEEP TIMER function:

Press the 2button to set the period of time to “OFF”.

CHILD LOCK

When there is a TV channel you do not want your children to watch, you can use the CHILD LOCK function to lock out the TV channel. Even when a child chooses a programme number (PR) for a locked TV channel the screen will change to blue and display n(CHILD LOCK) so the TV channel cannot be viewed. Unless you enter apre-setID number by a special operation, the lock cannot be released and the child cannot view the TV channel.

To set the CHILD LOCK function

1Choose CHILD LOCK, then press the 0 button

“SET ID NO.” (ID number setting screen) appears.

>> SET ID NO.

0040

OK

D0025-EN

2Set the ID number to your liking

1Press the 6buttons to choose a number.

2Press the 5buttons to move the cursor.

3Press the a button

The Sub-menuof CHILD LOCK appears.

>> CHILD LOCK

PR

ID

CH/CC

 

AV

 

 

 

01

BBC1

CH

21

02

 

CH

22

03

 

CH

23

04

 

CH

24

05

 

CH

25

06

 

CH

26

07

 

CC

01

08

 

CC

02

09

 

CC

03

LOCK

OK

D0026-EN

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FEATURES menu

4Press the 6buttons to choose a

TV channel

Every time you press the 6buttons, the Programme number (PR) changes, and the picture of the TV channel registered in the Programme number (PR) is displayed on the screen.

5Press the blue button and set the CHILD LOCK function.

Then press the a button

n(CHILD LOCK) appears and the TV channel is locked.

To reset the CHILD LOCK function:

Press the blue button again.

n(CHILD LOCK) disappears.

To disable easy resetting of the CHILD LOCK function, the menu disappears if

you choose the CHILD LOCK function and press the abutton.

To view a locked TV channel

1Choose a programme number (PR) of a locked TV channel with the number buttons or PR LIST

The screen changes to blue and the n (CHILD LOCK) appears. You cannot view the TV channel.

5

D0027-EN

2Press the h(Information) button to display “ID NO.” (ID No. input screen)

5

ID NO. :

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If you have forgotten the ID number:

Perform step 1 of “To set the CHILD LOCK function”. After confirming the ID number, press thebbutton to exit the menu.

Even if you reset the lock temporarily, it does not mean that the CHILD LOCK function set for the TV channel is cancelled. The next time anyone tries to view the TV channel, it will be locked again.

When you want to cancel the CHILD LOCK function, you must perform the operation “To set the CHILD LOCK function” again.

To stop it being easy to choose the programme number (PR) of a locked TV channel, the programme number (PR) has been set so that it cannot be chosen with the 6buttons or the buttons of the TV.

To stop it being easy to reset the lock, “ID NO.” (ID No. input screen) is set so that it cannot appear unless you press the h(Information) button.

APPEARANCE

Press the 5button and choose the format in which the channel number is displayed from two types: TYPE A and TYPE B.

BLUE BACK

You can set the TV to automatically change to a blue screen and mute the sound if the signal is weak or absent, or when there is no input from an external device.

ON:

This function is turned on.

3 Press the number buttons to enter

OFF:

the ID number

This function is turned off.

The lock is temporarily released so you

 

can view the TV channel.

 

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FEATURES menu

FAVOURITE SETTING

Chose when deleting the favourite channels registered in the buttons 1 to 4.

1Choose FAVOURITE SETTING, then press the aor3button

The FAVOURITE SETTING menu appears.

FAVOURITE SETTING

1PR 07

2PR 01

3PR 01

4PR 01

RESET

OK

D0112-EN

2Press the 6buttons and chose the favourite channel that you want to delete

3Press the blue button

The chosen favourite channel and set contents are deleted.

For details of the favourite channels, see “Favourite channel function” on page 19.

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SET UP menu

SET UP

AUTO PROGRAM

 

EDIT/MANUAL

 

LANGUAGE

 

DECODER(EXT-2)

OFF

EXT SETTING

 

OK

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AUTO PROGRAM

You can again perform the AUTO PROGRAM function TV channel automatic registration which was performed in the “Initial settings” (page 7).

1Choose AUTO PROGRAM, then press the a or3button

The COUNTRY menu appears as a submenu of the AUTO PROGRAM function. There are two COUNTRY menus. Pressing the yellow button changes the COUNTRY menu as follows:

> COUNTRY

START

OK

MORE

> COUNTRY

START

OK

MORE

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2Press the 5and6buttons to choose the country where you are

3Perform steps 5 and 6 of the “Initial settings” (page 8)

EDIT/MANUAL

The EDIT/MANUAL functions are divided into two types:

editing the current programme numbers (PR) (EDIT functions); and

manually storing a TV channel you want to view on a particular programme number (PR) (MANUAL function).

Here are the details about these functions:

MOVE:

This function changes the programme number (PR) of a TV channel.

ID:

This function registers a channel name (ID) to a TV channel.

INSERT:

This function adds a new TV channel in the current programme numbers (PR) list by using the CH/CC number.

You cannot use the INSERT function if you do not know the channel number of a TV channel. Use the MANUAL function to register a TV channel in the programme number (PR).

DELETE:

This function deletes a TV channel you do not want to list.

MANUAL:

This function manually stores a new TV channel in a programme number (PR).

Caution

Using the MOVE, DELETE or INSERT functions rewrites the current programme numbers (PR) list. Therefore, the programme numbers (PR) of some of the TV channels will change.

Using the MANUAL function for a TV channel for which the CHILD LOCK function has been set cancels the CHILD LOCK function for that channel.

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SET UP menu

Using the MANUAL function for a TV channel for which the DECODER (EXT-2)function has been set to ON returns the setting of the DECODER(EXT-2)function for that channel to OFF.

When a TV channel has already been registered in PR 99, using the INSERT function deletes that TV channel.

Basic operation

1 Choose EDIT/MANUAL, then press the aor3button

The EDIT menu appears.

> EDIT

PR

ID

CH/CC

 

AV

 

 

 

01

BBC1

CH

21

02

 

CH

22

03

 

CH

23

04

 

CH

24

05

 

CH

25

06

 

CH

26

07

 

CC

01

08

 

CC

02

09

 

CC

03

ID MANUAL

OK MOVE

INSERT DELETE

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2Follow the description for the function you want to use

3Press the a button to complete the settings

The T-VLINK menu appears.

T-VLINK

DOWNLOAD TV RECORDING DEVICE

EXIT

OK

D0005-EN

If you do not have a T-VLINK compatible VCR connected:

Press the bbutton to exit theT-VLINK menu.

The T-VLINK menu disappears.

If you have a T-VLINK compatible VCR connected to theEXT-2terminal:

Follow “Downloading the data to VCR” on page 10 to transmit the programme number (PR) data.

For programme number PR 0, “AV” appears in the programme numbers (PR) list.

An EXT terminal number does not appear in the programme numbers (PR) list.

MOVE

1Press the 6buttons to choose a

TV channel

2Press the 3button to start the

MOVE function

> EDIT

PR

ID

CH/CC

 

AV

 

 

 

01

BBC1

CH

21

02

 

CH

22

03

 

CH

23

04

 

CH

24

05

 

CH

25

06

 

CH

26

07

 

 

CC 01

08

 

CC

02

09

 

CC

03

OK

STORE

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3Press the 6buttons to choose a new programme number (PR)

To cancel the MOVE function:

Press the bbutton.

4Press the 2button to change the programme number (PR) of a TV channel to a new programme number (PR)

DELETE

1Press the 6buttons to choose a

TV channel

2Press the yellow button to delete the TV channel

The TV channel is deleted from the programme numbers (PR) list.

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ID

1Press the 6buttons to choose a

TV channel

2Press the red button to start the ID function

> EDIT

PR

ID

CH/CC

 

AV

 

 

 

 

01

BBC1

CH

21

02

 

 

CH

22

03

 

 

CH

23

04

 

 

CH

24

05

 

 

CH

25

06

 

 

CH

26

07

 

 

CC

01

08

 

 

CC

02

09

 

 

CC

03

OK

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3Press the 6buttons to choose a character

> EDIT

PR

ID

CH/CC

 

AV

 

 

 

 

01

BBC1

CH

21

02

 

 

CH

22

03

 

 

CH

23

04

 

 

CH

24

05

 

 

CH

25

06

 

 

CH

26

07

M

 

CC

01

08

 

 

CC

02

09

 

 

CC

03

Before performing INSERT or MANUAL operation

If you register the TV channel (SECAM- L system) from a French station, be sure to set the COUNTRY setting to FRANCE. If the COUNTRY setting is not set to FRANCE, perform steps 1 and 2 of the “AUTO PROGRAM” (page 32) procedure and set the COUNTRY setting to FRANCE before pressing thea button.

A CH/CC number unique to this TV and corresponding to the Channel number of a TV channel is required. Find the corresponding CH/CC number from a table “CH/CC numbers” on page 44 based on the Channel number of the TV channel.

When the COUNTRY setting is not FRANCE, use a two-digitCH/CC number. When the COUNTRY setting is FRANCE, use athree-digitCH/CC number.

OK

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4Press the 5buttons to move the cursor

5Repeat steps 3 and 4 to complete the channel name

6Press the a button to give a channel name (ID) to a TV channel

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INSERT

1Press the 6buttons to choose a programme number (PR) for which you will register a new TV channel

2Press the green button and start the INSERT function

> EDIT

PR

ID

CH/CC

 

AV

 

 

 

01

BBC1

CH

21

02

 

CH

22

03

 

CH

23

04

 

CH

24

05

 

CH

25

06

 

CH

26

07

 

CC

 

08

 

CC

02

09

 

CC

03

OK

0

9

 

CH/CC

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To cancel the INSERT function:

Press the bbutton.

3Press the 6buttons to choose

“CH” or “CC”, then enter the remaining CH or CC number

When the COUNTRY setting is FRANCE:

Choose “CH1”, “CH2”, “CC1” or “CC2”.

The TV shifts to registration mode. When the registration is completed, the picture of the TV channel appears on the screen.

The CH/CC number is a number given to each broadcast frequency that carries a TV channel. If the TV cannot detect the TV channel corresponding to the broadcast frequency indicated by the CH/CC number, a “no-signal”picture appears.

MANUAL

1Press the 6buttons to choose a programme number (PR) for a new TV channel

2Press the blue button to activate the MANUAL function

At the right side following the CH/CC number, the SYSTEM (broadcasting system) of the TV channel appears.

> MANUAL

PR

ID

CH/CC

 

 

AV

 

 

 

 

01

BBC1

CH

21

 

02

 

CH

22

 

03

 

CH

23

 

04

 

CH

24

 

05

 

CH

25

 

06

 

CH

26

 

07

 

CC

01

(B / G)

08

 

CC

02

 

09

 

CC

03

 

 

 

SEARCH+

 

FINE-

OK

SYSTEM

 

 

 

 

 

SEARCH-

FINE+

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To cancel the MANUAL function:

Press the bbutton.

3Press the 3button to choose the

SYSTEM (broadcasting system) for a TV channel you want to register

TV channel (SECAM-Lsystem) from a French station:

Set the SYSTEM to “L”. If it is set to one other than “L”, you cannot receive the TV channel of the SECAM-Lsystem.

Other TV channels:

If you do not know the correct broadcasting system, set the SYSTEM to “B/G”. If “B/G” is not correct, you will not hear the sound normally when the TV detects a TV channel. In this case, retry to set the SYSTEM correctly so that no problem arises.

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4Press the green or red button to search for a TV channel

Scanning stops when the TV finds a TV channel. Then the TV channel is displayed.

5Press the green or red button repeatedly until the TV channel you want appears

If the TV channel reception is poor:

Press the blue or yellow button to finetune the TV channel.

6Press the a button and register the TV channel to a Programme number (PR)

The normal EDIT menu is resumed.

LANGUAGE

The LANGUAGE setting which was performed in the “Initial settings” (page 7) can be changed.

DECODER (EXT-2)

If you have a decoder connected to a T-VLINK compatible VCR, which in turn is connected to theEXT-2terminal, use the DECODER(EXT-2)function to unscramble the scrambled TV channels.

1Turn on the decoder power

2Display the scrambled TV channel on the TV

Even if the decoder is working, a scrambled picture appears.

3Display the SET UP menu and choose DECODER (EXT-2)

SET UP

AUTO PROGRAM

 

EDIT/MANUAL

 

LANGUAGE

 

DECODER(EXT-2)

OFF

EXT SETTING

 

1Choose LANGUAGE, then press the aor3button

A sub-menuof the LANGUAGE function appears.

> LANGUAGE

OK

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4Press the 5buttons to choose

ON

An unscrambled picture appears.

To cancel the DECODER (EXT-2)function:

Press the 5buttons to choose OFF.

OK

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2Press the 5and6buttons to choose a language. Then press thea button

5Press the a button to complete the setting

The T-VLINK menu appears.

T-VLINK

DOWNLOAD TV RECORDING DEVICE

EXIT

OK

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You can send the programme numbers data to a VCR with the T-VLINK function.

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SET UP menu

6Turn on the VCR, and then press the abutton to transmit the data to VCR

The T-VLINK menu disappears once the data transmission ends.

If the DECODER (EXT-2)function has been set to “ON” but the TV channel cannot be unscrambled, check the following:

Has the decoder been connected to the VCR properly according to the VCR and decoder instruction manuals?

Has the decoder power been turned on?

Can the TV channel be unscrambled with a decoder?

Do you need to change the VCR settings in order to connect the decoder? Confirm that the VCR is set properly by rechecking the VCR instruction manual.

EXT SETTING

1Choose EXT SETTING, then press the a or3button

The EXT SETTING menu appears.

> EXT SETTING

EXT-1

DUBBING

 

EXT-2

EXT-3

 

TV

 

OK

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2Follow the instructions for the function you want to use and operate the function

S-IN:

You can enjoy the high-qualitypicture of theS-VIDEOsignal (Y/C signal).

DUBBING:

You can choose a signal source to be output from an EXT-2terminal.

S-IN(S-VIDEOinput)

You can connect a device (such as an S-VHSVCR) to enjoy thehigh-qualitypicture of theS-VIDEOsignal (Y/C signal).

Preparation:

First read the device’s instruction manual and “Additional preparation” on page 40 to connect the device to the TV properly. Second, follow the device’s instruction manual to set the device so that it sends anS-VIDEOsignal (Y/C signal) to the TV.

Do not set S-IN(S-VIDEOinput) to an EXT terminal connected to a device which cannot output anS-VIDEO(Y/C signal).

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SET UP menu

1Press the 5or6buttons to choose an EXT terminal

DUBBING

You can choose a signal source to be output from the EXT-2terminal.

> EXT SETTING

EXT-1

DUBBING

 

EXT-2

EXT-3

 

TV

 

OK

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Setting S-IN(S-VIDEOinput) changes the head character from “E” to “S”. When an EXT terminal receives a normal video signal, “E2” appears on the display. This changes to “S2” when it receives an S- VIDEO signal.

Even a device which can output an S-VIDEOsignal (Y/C signal) may output a regular video signal (composite signal) depending on the device setting. If a picture cannot appear because theS-IN(S-VIDEOinput) setting has been made, read the device instruction manual carefully again to check for the device settings.

You can do this with the output signals of the devices connected to other EXT terminals, or with the picture and sound from a TV channel you are currently viewing.

1Press the 5buttons to choose the arrow from the menu

> EXT SETTING

EXT-1

 

DUBBING

 

 

EXT-2

 

EXT-3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TV

 

 

 

 

 

OK

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2Press the 6buttons to choose an

EXT terminal or TV.

Then press the a button

The arrow in the menu represents a signal flow. The left side of the arrow shows a signal source output from the EXT-2terminal.

EXT-1/EXT-3:

The output signal of the device connected to an EXT terminal passes through the TV and is output from the EXT-2terminal.

TV:

The picture and sound of the TV channel you are currently viewing are output from the EXT-2terminal.

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