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Notice
Read this manual carefully and make sure you understand the instructions provided. For your
safety, check what the result of each action will be.
To reduce the risk of eIectric shock, do not remove cover (or back).
No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualifed service
personnel. Ìndicates a situation which, if not avoided, could damage
the equipment or other apparatus.
This symboI indicates dangerous voltage inside the TV that presents a
risk of electric shock or personal injury. Ìndicates a hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in serious injury.
This symboI indicates important instructions accompanying the TV.
Instruction about the 'WEEE' SymboI
This product should not be disposed with other household wastes at
the end of its working life. Please separate this from other types of
wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of
material resources. This will prevent possible harm to the environment
or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal.
Domestic users: Please contact either the retailer where you purchased
this product or their local government offce for details of where and
how they can take this item for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users: Contact your supplier and check the terms and
conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed
with other commercial wastes for disposal.
Copyright (Copyright © 2007 HUMAX Corporation)
Not to be copied, used or translated in part or whole without HUMAX's prior consent in writing except
approval of ownership of copyright and copyright law.
Warranty
The information in this document is subject to change without notice. HUMAX does not have any
responsibility for direct, indirect, accidental and other damage caused by the use of the information
contained in this manual.
Notice
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Notice
Trademarks
VIACCESS" is a trademark of France Telecom.
CryptoWorks" is a trademark of Philips Electronics N.V.
Irdeto is a trademark of Mindport BV.
Nagravision is a registered trademark of KUDELSKÌ S.A.
Conax is a trademark of Telenor Conax AS.
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Ìnc.
TruSurround XT technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Ìnc.
Thank you for purchasing a HUMAX TV. Please read this user manual carefully in
order to safely install, use and maintain the TV at maximum performance. Keep
this user manual next to your TV to ensure the best performance possible.
This user manual covers the LGB-19DZT, LGB-19DWT, LGB-19DXT, LGB-19DPT
and LGB-19DTT models.
The illustrations and on-screen displays in this user manual are for explanation
purpose and may vary slightly from the actual operations.
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Power
ƒPlug the power cord into the correct power outlet. An unstable connection may cause fre.
ƒDo not use damaged power cords or plugs, or use a loose wall outlet. This may cause electrical shock
or fre.
ƒDo never touch the power cord with wet hands. This may cause electrical shock.
ƒDo not use multiple devices with one outlet. Overheating the outlet may cause fre.
ƒDo not bend or pull out the power cord using force, nor place heavy objects over it. This may cause
electrical shock or fre.
ƒMake sure you pull out the power cord holding the plug itself. An internal disconnection may cause fre.
ƒWhen removing the product, turn off the power and pull out the plug from the power outlet. Also make
sure other devices including the antenna or the connectors are removed from the outlets before
relocating the product. Otherwise you may suffer electrical shock or fre due to a damaged power cord.
ƒ The mains plug shall remain readily operable.
ƒ Plug as disconnection device shall remain to be readily approached by user.
InstaIIation
ƒKeep the product away from any heating devices. Placing it close to a heating device may cause fre.
ƒKeep the power cord away from any heating devices. A melted coating may cause fre or electrical
shock.
ƒPlace the antenna as far away as possible from any high-voltage cables.
Touching the high voltage wiring may cause fre or electrical shock.
ƒDo not install the product in oily, smoky or humid (or exposed to rain/water) places or automobiles.
This may cause fre.
ƒThe connection between the external antenna and the internal wiring should be turned inside to avoid
any infow of rain. Exposing the LCD to water (rain) will cause electrical shock or fre.
ƒDo not use the product in humid places. Humidity will shorten the life of the product and may cause an
electrical shortage or fre.
ƒDo not use the product in places with low temperatures (below 5°C).
ƒAvoid installing the product in poorly ventilated places. Ìnternal overheating may cause an electrical
shortage and fre.
ƒBe sure not to cover the ventilator (with a table-cloth or curtain, etc.). Ìnternal overheating may cause
an electrical shortage and fre.
ƒDo not install the product in an unstable place or on a small stand. The product may cause serious
injury, if it falls on somebody (especially children). Ìnstall it on an even, stable place as it is front-heavy.
ƒDo not install the product on the foor. Someone (especially children) may trip over it.
General 8afety Precautions
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Usage
ƒUnplug the product from the wall outlet and do not touch the antenna during a thunderstorm. This will
prevent damage to the unit due to lightning and power-surges.
ƒKeep dust or water away from the pins or touching points of the power plug.
This will prevent electrical shock or fre.
ƒKeep children from climbing over the product. The device may cause serious injury or death if it falls
on them.
ƒDo not place anything over the product that children may try to reach. The device may cause serious
injury or death if it falls on them.
ƒWhen removing the battery from the product, keep it out of children's reach.
Ìf a child swallows a battery, consult a doctor immediately.
ƒUse only specifed batteries and do not use an old battery along with a new one. Align the batteries
according to the correct polarity (+ or -). Aligning them incorrectly may cause an internal explosion
or a leakage of the internal liquid, leading to electrical shock, physical damage or pollution of the
surroundings.
ƒDo not insert any metal or a fammable object or an alien substance into the ventilator, the AV input
terminal or the slots for the modules or Smartcards. This may cause damage to the product and
reduce its life span.
ƒDo not disassemble, repair or reconstruct the product at your discretion. This may cause electrical
shock or fre. Contact your local customer support.
ƒKeep the product away from infammable sprayers or ignitable objects.
Exposure to these may cause explosion or fre.
ƒDo not place water-pots, fower vases, beverage cans, small metals or heavy objects over the product.
Contact of these contents with the product may cause electrical shock or fre, while any falling of the
product may cause injury.
ƒÌf the product breaks down, turn off the power and unplug it from the outlet before contacting Customer
Support. This will protect you from electrical shock or fre.
ƒWhen you notice something strange like an odd noise, smell something burning or see smoke, unplug
the power cord and contact your local Customer Support. Do this to avoid electrical shock or fre.
ƒ Do not use sharp tools such as a pin or a pencil near the TV, as they may scratch the LCD surface.
ƒ Do not use a solvent, such as benzene, to clean the TV, as it will damage the LCD surface.
CIeaning
ƒ Unplug the power cord before cleaning the product. This may cause electrical shock or fre.
ƒ Do not sprinkle water on the product. This may cause electrical shock or fre.
ƒ Use only a soft dry cloth as the surface is weak on scratch. Do not use chemicals like wax, benzene,
alcohol, thinners, aroma, lubricator or cleanser.
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Contents
Chapter 1 >> Getting Started ................................................................................................8
Package Contents ................................................................................................................................... 8
Front & Top Panel .................................................................................................................................... 9
Rear & Side Panel ................................................................................................................................. 10
Remote Control Buttons ........................................................................................................................ 12
Ìnstalling on the Wall ............................................................................................................................. 13
Chapter 2 >> Connecting Your TV .......................................................................................14
Connecting to an Aerial or a Cable TV .................................................................................................. 14
Connecting to the VCR .......................................................................................................................... 15
Connecting to the DVD Player .............................................................................................................. 17
Connecting to the Set-Top Box .............................................................................................................. 19
Conditonal Access System .................................................................................................................... 21
Connecting Headphones ....................................................................................................................... 22
Connecting to the PC ............................................................................................................................ 22
Chapter 3 >> Ìnitial Setup Wizard .......................................................................................23
Running Ìnitial Setup Wizard ................................................................................................................. 23
Chapter 4 >> Basic Operation .............................................................................................24
Turning on Your TV ................................................................................................................................ 24
Selecting the Menu Language ............................................................................................................... 24
Selecting the Main Ìnput Source ........................................................................................................... 25
Viewing Channel List ............................................................................................................................. 25
Displaying Ìnformation ........................................................................................................................... 26
Digital Programme Features ................................................................................................................. 28
Chapter 5 >> Using the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) .............................................29
Viewing the Electronic Programme Guide(EPG) ................................................................................... 29
Viewing Reserved Programme .............................................................................................................. 31
Finding a Programme ............................................................................................................................ 32
Chapter 6 >> Setting Channels ...........................................................................................33
Scanning Analog Channels Automatically ............................................................................................. 33
Scanning Analog Channels Manually .................................................................................................... 34
Editing Analog Channels ....................................................................................................................... 35
Scanning Digital Channels Automatically .............................................................................................. 36
Scanning Digital Channels Manually ..................................................................................................... 37
Editing Digital Channels ........................................................................................................................ 38
Editing Favourite Digital Channels ........................................................................................................ 40
Chapter 7 >> Setting the Picture .........................................................................................42
Selecting a Picture Mode ...................................................................................................................... 42
Customizing the Picture Settings .......................................................................................................... 42
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Contents
Fleshtone ............................................................................................................................................... 43
Colour Temperature ............................................................................................................................... 43
Adjusting Backlight Brightness .............................................................................................................. 44
Chapter 8 >> Setting the Sound ..........................................................................................45
Setting the Sound Effect ........................................................................................................................ 45
Adjusting the Sound Balance ................................................................................................................ 45
Adjusting the Volume Automatically ...................................................................................................... 46
Setting the TruSurround XT ................................................................................................................... 46
Chapter 9 >> Setting the System ........................................................................................47
Setting the Time Ìnformation ................................................................................................................. 47
Parental Control .................................................................................................................................... 48
Common Ìnterface ................................................................................................................................. 49
Panel Off ................................................................................................................................................ 49
VFD Clock ............................................................................................................................................. 50
Default Settings ..................................................................................................................................... 50
Chapter 10 >> DTV Setup ...................................................................................................51
Language Setting .................................................................................................................................. 51
Miscellaneous Settings .......................................................................................................................... 52
Software Update .................................................................................................................................... 53
Status .................................................................................................................................................... 56
Signal Detection .................................................................................................................................... 56
Chapter 11 >> Setting the Aspect Ratio ..............................................................................57
Chapter 12 >> Using the Teletext ........................................................................................58
Chapter 13 >> Setting the PC .............................................................................................59
Auto Confgure ...................................................................................................................................... 59
Position .................................................................................................................................................. 59
Clock ..................................................................................................................................................... 60
Phase .................................................................................................................................................... 60
Menu Map ...........................................................................................................................61
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................62
Specifcation ........................................................................................................................64
Service and Support ............................................................................................................65
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Package Contents
User's manuaI Remote controI AAA batteries (X2)
Chapter 1 >> Cetting Started
LCD TV
Here the shown illustration is LGB-19DZT model and may be somewhat different from your TV.
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1 Remote controI sensor
Receives commands directly from your remote control and passes them
on.
2 Standby indicator
Turns on blue during the Standby mode.
3 VFD (Vacuum FIuorescent DispIay) ----- (except LGB-19DTT)
Used for the radio channels.
4 P buttons
Selects channels.
5 VOL buttons
Adjusts the volume.
6 TV/AV button
Displays input source.
7 MENU button
Displays the on-screen menu.
8 Standby button
Switches between operation and standby modes.
Front & Top Panel
Chapter 1 >> Cetting Started
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Side PaneI
1 AV2 (CVBS) INPUT
Connects to the audio and video output jacks of a camcorder, videogame
and similar devices.
2 S-VIDEO INPUT
Connects to the S-Video jack of a camcorder, video game console, and
similar devices.
3 H/P (Headphones)
Connects to headphones.
4 CI (Common Interface) SLOT
A slot for a CÌ Module.
Rear & 8ide Panel
Chapter 1 >> Cetting Started
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2
3
4
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Rear PaneI
1 RF INPUT
Connects to an antenna or a cable system.
2 AV1 (SCART) INPUT
Ìnputs or Outputs for external devices, such as VCR, DVD, video game
console or video disc players.
3 COMPONENT INPUT
Connects to Video (Y/Pb/Pr) and audio (L/R) components.
4 PC INPUT/PC AUDIO INPUT
Connect to the video and audio output jacks on your PC.
5 HDMI INPUT
Receives uncompressed digital audio and video signals from the device that
supports High Defnition Multi-media Ìnterface (HDMÌ).
6 SERVICE ONLY (RS232C)
Connects to the PC to update the software of the TV.
Chapter 1 >> Cetting Started
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Remote Control Buttons
STANDBY
Puts your TV in standby mode.
SNOOZE
Switch into the standby mode
momentarily.
Number (0~9) buttons
Enters the channel number for direct
display. Used to enter digit numbers.
FAV
Ìn Analog TV input mode, switches
to a favourite channel. Circulates
through favourite channels in
sequent order while watching TV.
Ìn Digital TV input mode, display the
favourite channel list.
LIST
Displays the channel list.
TV/AV
Displays all available input sources.
Press the Ÿ/ź button to select a
required input source.
MUTE
Mutes the sound. To cancel, press the
MUTE, VOL+, or VOL- button.
SLEEP
Selects a preset time interval for
switching the TV to standby mode
automatically.
PIC MODE
Selects the picture mode (Standard,
Dynamic, Movie, Mild, or User).
SND EFFECT
Selects the sound effect (Flat,
Speech, Movie, Music, or User).
WIDE
Select the aspect ratio (Auto, 4:3,
14:9, Full or Zoom).
CoIoured Buttons
Used for interactive applications in
the EPG, Edit Channels and Teletext
mode.
EPG
Displays the Electronic Programme
Guide (EPG) in Digital TV input.
BACK
Returns to the previous display.
MENU
Displays the On Screen Display
(OSD) menu.
EXIT
Exits from the currently displayed
menu.
Arrow (Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź) buttons
Controls the selection in the On
Screen Display (OSD) menu.
OK
Confrms (save or enter) your choice
in the On Screen Display (OSD)
menu.
VOL+/-
Adjusts the volume.
P+/- (Page)
Switches channels or pages.
TV/RADIO
Switches between digital TV and
radio modes.
INFO
Displays information on the current
channel or input.
Chapter 1 >> Cetting Started
TELETEXT Function Buttons

(TeIetext On/Off)
Activates or deactivates the teletext
service.

(Mix)
Overlaps the teletext with the
broadcasting screen.
Adjusts the opacity to the
background in Teletext mode.

(Index)
Displays the teletext index page.

(CanceI)
Displays the TV programme when
searching for the new teletext page.

(ReveaI)
Shows the hidden information.

(Mode)
Selects the teletext mode (LÌST/
FLOF)

(Size)
Displays the double-size letters.

(HoId)
Holds the current teletext page not
updating it.

(Time)
Display the current time at the top
right hand corner of the screen.
(SOUNDTRACK)
Selects the sound mode (Stereo/
Mono) in Analog TV input or the
soundtrack list in Digital TV input.
(SubtitIe)
Displays the subtitle language list in
Digital TV input.
TEXT
Shows MHEG (digital teletext
information)
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Inserting Batteries into the Remote ControI
You must insert or replace the batteries in the remote control when:
+ You just purchased TV
+ Remote controI does not work
1 Remove the cover on the rear of the remote control by pressing the symbol
(ź) downwards and then pulling frmly to remove it.
2 Ìnsert two AAA size 1.5V batteries ensuring that the plus(+) and minus(-)
signs of the batteries are correctly aligned.
3 Close the cover.
Note: Do not mix different battery types such as alkaline with manganese.
Chapter 1 >> Cetting Started
¡nstalling on the Wall
You can install the TV on the wall using a mounting bracket (sold separately).
TIP: This Television is compliant with the VESA wall mounting standard. A
variety of Mounts are available through your local retailer. Each may have its
unique installation instructions.
1 Before you install, then separate the TV and stand-base by removing the
screws.
2 Attach your main body bracket on the TV and fx using screws frmly.
3 Stick the TV with main body bracket into the wall bracket attached on the wall.
4 Tighten up a safety-screw.
Notes:
1. Please ask the installers to install the wall mount bracket.
2. Do not install the set on a weak surface such as plaster or foam board.
3. Please tightly secure the wall mount bracket to the wall to avoid injury from a
falling TV.
Here the shown illustration are for explanation purpose and may
be somewhat different depending on the type of mounts.
screw
screw
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To view the television channels correctly, a signal must be received by the
broadcasting provider.
1 Connect the RF coaxial cable from an aerial or a cable TV to the RF jack on
the rear of the TV.
2 Turn on the TV, and then press the TV/AV button to select DigitaI TV or
AnaIog TV.
Notes:
1. To receive an optimal signal, it is recommended that you use a 75 ohm ÌEC-
type coaxial cable.
2. For proper reception of signals, an external antenna is required. For best
reception, an outdoor antenna is recommended.
3. To improve the picture quality in a poor signal area, please purchase a signal
amplifer and install properly.
Connecting to an Aerial or a Cable TV
Chapter 2 >> Connecting Your 7V
Here the shown illustration is LGB-19DZT model and may be somewhat different from your TV.
or
Cable TV
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Chapter 2 >> Connecting Your 7V
Connecting to the VCR
Using the SCART CabIe
1 Connect the SCART cable between the AV1 jack on TV and the SCART jack
on your VCR.
2 Turn on the TV, and then press the TV/AV button to select AV1.
3 Turn on your VCR, then insert a video cassette into the VCR and press the
PLAY button on your VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner's manual)
Using the Audio/Video (Composite) CabIe
1 Connect the video cable between the VIDEO (AV2) input jack on TV and the
video output jack on your VCR.
2 Connect the audio cable between the AUDIO-L/R (AV2) input jacks on TV
and the audio output jacks on your VCR.
3 Turn on the TV, and then press the TV/AV button to select AV2.
4 Turn on your VCR, then insert a video cassette into the VCR and press the
PLAY button on the VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner's manual)
Audio cable
VCR
Video cable
SCART cable
VCR
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Using the Audio/S-Video CabIe
S-Video carries the video data as two separate signals (brightness and colour),
unlike composite video which carries the entire set of signals in one package.
S-Video does not carry audio. Hence, a separate audio connection is required.
1 Connect the S-Video cable between the S-VIDEO input jack on TV and the
S-Video output jack on your VCR.
2 Connect the audio cable between the AUDIO-L/R (AV2) input jacks on TV
and the audio output jacks on your VCR.
3 Turn on the TV, and then press the TV/AV button to select S-Video.
4 Turn on your VCR, then insert a video cassette into the VCR and press the
PLAY button on your VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner's manual)
Chapter 2 >> Connecting Your 7V
Audio cable
VCR
S-Video cable
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Using the Audio/Component Video CabIe
1 Connect the component video cables between the COMPONENT VIDEO
- Y/Pb/Pr input jacks on TV and the component video output jacks on your
DVD player.
2 Connect the audio cable between the AUDIO-L/R (for COMPONENT) input
jacks on TV and the audio output jacks on your DVD player.
3 Turn on the TV, and then press the TV/AV button to select Component.
4 Turn on your DVD player, then insert a DVD into the DVD player and press
the PLAY button on your DVD player. (Refer to the DVD player owner's
manual)
Note: Depending on the manufacturer, the Y/Pb/Pr jacks may be identifed as
Y/PB/PR, Y/B-Y/R-Y or Y/CB/CR.
Connecting to the DVD Player
Component cable
DVD
Audio cable
Chapter 2 >> Connecting Your 7V
Using the SCART CabIe
1 Connect the SCART cable between the AV1 jack on TV and the SCART jack
on your DVD player.
2 Turn on the TV, and then press the TV/AV button to select AV1.
3 Turn on your DVD player, and then insert a DVD into the DVD player and
press the PLAY button on your DVD player. (Refer to the DVD player
owner's manual)
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SCART cable
DVD
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Chapter 2 >> Connecting Your 7V
Using the HDMI CabIe
High-Defnition Multimedia Ìnterface (HDMÌ) is the leading new standard for
Digital video and audio interconnection.
1 Connect the HDMÌ cable between the HDMI input jack on TV and the HDMÌ
output jack on your DVD player.
2 Turn on the TV, and then press the TV/AV button to select HDMI.
3 Turn on your DVD player, then insert a DVD into the DVD player and press
the PLAY button on your DVD player. (Refer to the DVD player owner's
manual)
DVD
HDMÌ cable
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Using the Audio/Component Video CabIe
1 Connect the component video cables between the COMPONENT VIDEO
- Y/Pb/Pr input jacks on TV and the component video output jacks on your
STB.
2 Connect the audio cable between the AUDIO-L/R (for COMPONENT) input
jacks on TV and the audio output jacks on your STB.
3 Turn on the TV, and then press the TV/AV button to select Component.
4 Turn on your STB. (Refer to the STB owner's manual)
Note: Depending on the manufacturer, the Y/Pb/Pr jacks may be identifed as
Y/PB/PR, Y/B-Y/R-Y or Y/CB/CR.
Connecting to the 8et-Top Box
Component cable
STB
Audio cable
Chapter 2 >> Connecting Your 7V
Using the SCART cabIe
1 Connect the SCART cable between the AV1 jack on TV and the SCART jack
on your STB.
2 Turn on the TV, and then press the TV/AV button to select AV1.
3 Turn on your STB. (Refer to the STB owner's manual)
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SCART cable
STB
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Chapter 2 >> Connecting Your 7V
Using the HDMI CabIe
High-Defnition Multimedia Ìnterface (HDMÌ) is the leading new standard for
Digital video and audio interconnection.
1 Connect the HDMÌ cable between the HDMI input jack on TV and the HDMÌ
output jack on your STB.
2 Turn on the TV, and then press the TV/AV button to select HDMI.
3 Turn on your STB. (Refer to the STB owner's manual)
STB
HDMÌ cable
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Conditional Access System (CAS) is a technology used to control access
to digital television (DTV) services to authorised users by encrypting the
transmitted programming.
Inserting a CI ModuIe (with Smartcard)
CÌ Module looks like a PC Card (called PCMCÌA) for laptops. There are different
kinds of CÌ Modules, suitable for different coding systems.
1 Follow the instructions of the module and insert the Smartcard into the
Common Ìnterface (CÌ) module.
2 Keep the CÌ module(with the Smartcard) vertically.
3 Ìnsert the CÌ module completely into the slot.
Note: Ensure the Smartcard or CÌ module is inserted in the right direction.
Ìnserting in the wrong direction may cause damage to the Smartcard or CÌ
module.
Conditonal Access 8ystem
{for the digital channels only}
Chapter 2 >> Connecting Your 7V
CÌ-Module Smartcard
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Connecting Headphones
Connect a set of headphones to H/P jack on TV if you want to watch a television
programme without disturbing other people close to you.
Note: Prolonged use of headphones at a high volume may cause health
damage on your ears.
1 Connect the PC cable between the PC jack on TV and the PC output jack
on your PC.
2 Connect the audio cable between the PC AUDIO jack on TV and the audio
output jack on your PC.
3 Turn on the TV, and then press the TV/AV button to select PC.
Supported DispIay ResoIution (PC)
Mode Resolution
Horizontal
Frequency (kHz)
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
VESA
640 x 480
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1280 x 768
1360 x 768
31.5
37.9
48.4
47.8
47.7
60
60
60
60
60
Connecting to the PC
Chapter 2 >> Connecting Your 7V
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PC
PC cable
Audio cable
Wi z a r d
Language
Countr y
Channel Search
Lngl l sh
UK
Move Select
Wi z a r d
Language
Countr y
Channel Search
Lngl l sh
UK
Anal og Channel Pound 90
Dl gl t al Channel Pound 25
Scan Progress 80%
Stop
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When you turn on your TV for the frst time after purchase or perform the default
setting, the initial setup wizard will appear automatically. You can easily setup
the available analog and digital channels using the wizard.
1 Select the language of your choice using the Ż/Ź button. The On Screen
Display (OSD) menu will be shown in the selected language.
2 Select Country using the Ÿ/ź button.
3 Select the country where you are now located using the Ż/Ź button.
4 Select ChanneI Search using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK button.
Ìt starts to scan channels. First scans analog and then digital channels.
The scanned channels are automatically saved in order. To stop scanning
channels, press the BACK button.
5 After the channel scanning completes, press the BACK button to exit
search. The frst scanned digital channel, if only, will be automatically
displayed.
Note: Ìf you do not want to setup the channels at this time, you can setup it later
using the ChanneI menu.
Running ¡nitial 8etup Wizard
Chapter 3 >> InitiaI Setup Wizard
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1 Connect the power cord on TV to the wall outlet. The standby indicator lights
up.
2 Press the STANDBY button on your remote control (or on the top of your
TV) to turn on the TV.
Note: To set your TV in standby mode, press the STANDBY button again on the
remote control or ( ) on the top of your TV. Ìt saves the electric usage when you
want to stop watching TV temporarily (during a meal, for example).
3 To turn off the TV, disconnect the power cord.
Note: Do not leave your TV in standby mode for too long (on holiday, for
example). Turn off the TV by disconnecting the power cord.
Turning on Your TV
You can select the language for displaying menus and indications.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select the language of your choice using the Ż/Ź button.
The On Screen Display (OSD) menu will be shown in the selected language.
4 Press EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to return to
the previous menu.
8electing the Menu Language
Chapter 4 >> ßasic Dperation
> S y s t e m
Language
Tl me Set t l ng
Parent al Ct r l
C|
PC
DTv Set up
Panel Of f
vPD Cl ock
Def aul t Set t l ng
Lngl l sh
Dl sabl e
Dl sabl e
Move Select
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8electing the Main ¡nput 8ource
Once you have connected your various audio and video systems, you can view
different sources by selecting input sources.
1 Press the TV/AV button.
2 Select the main input among the sources below using the Ÿ or ź button.
DigitaI TV > AnaIog TV > AV1 > AV2 > S-Video > Component > PC >
HDMI
3 Press the OK button.
4 Ìn addition, press the TV/RADIO button to switch to digital TV from different
sources.
Chapter 4 >> ßasic Dperation
You can view the list of all analog and digital channels using the LIST button and
switch to other channels on the channel list.
Analog channel list appears only in Analog TV input mode and digital channel
list appears only in Digital TV input mode.
1 Press the LIST button while watching the analog or digital channels.
2 To change the channel in analog or digital channel list, select your desired
channel using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK button. The selected
channel is displayed.
Notes:
1. Within the digital channel list, press the P+/- (Page) button to move to the
next or previous page.
2. Within the digital channel list, you can move to your desired channel directly
by entering the channel number using NUMBER (0~9) button.
Changing DigitaI ChanneI List Group
You can select digital channel list by group.
1 Press the Ź button in digital channel list to view the group list.
2 Select your desired channel group using the Ÿ/ź button to display its sub-
groups and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select your desired sub-group using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK
button.
4 The channel list for the selected sub-group is displayed.
Note: The sub-group of favourite channel list may exist or not depending on
your confguration.
Viewing Channel List
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T Digital channel list
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Programme Information (for digitaI channeIs onIy)
Programme information is always displayed for a specifc period of time
whenever you switch digital channels. You can view the information by pressing
the OK or INFO button while watching a digital programme.
Programme information is available only for digital channels.
The Programme Ìnformation is displayed at the bottom of the screen as
followings.
1 Channel number and channel name
2 Current time
3 Detail programme information: displayed if detailed programme information
is provided. Press the INFO button again to display the detailed information.
4 Programme name
5 Programme broadcasting time and progress bar
6 Channel list name
7 Ìcons
Displayed when the channel supports data channel.
Displayed only if this programme is reserved.
Represents the recommended minimum age for the current programme.
Displayed only when the channel is a locked channel.
Displayed only when the channel is a scrambled channel.
Displayed only when subtitle information is available.
Displayed only when there is any teletext information.
8 Next programme Ìnformation: displayed if next programme information is
provided. Press the Ź button to display the next programme information.
Notes:
1. Ìf there is no available programme information, programme information is not
displayed.
2. Press the INFO button again to hide the information box.
3. Ìf the detailed programme information is more than one page, use Ÿ/ź
button to move to the previous or next page.
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SimpIe Information
You can view the information such as the channel number (or input source),
current time and sound mode (or source resolution) by pressing the INFO button
while watching an analog TV channel or external input source.
Ÿ Analog TV Ìnput Ÿ External Ìnput
(AV1/2, S-Video)
Ÿ External Ìnput
(Component, PC, HDMÌ)
Note: Whenever you switch channels, this information is displayed for 2
seconds.
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These functions are available only for digital channels.
DispIaying DigitaI TeIetext (MHEG)
Ìf your chosen channel has teletext (MHEG) features, you can access them.
Teletext services often load automatically shortly after the Digital Teletext window
is displayed. Ìn which case, simply follow the given instructions(press color
buttons).
1 Press the TEXT button to access teletext(MHEG) features.
2 Press the TEXT button again to return to normal viewing.
3 Press the P+/- button to exit this service.
Note: You should select Off from the subtitle language to display
teletext(MHEG).
Changing SubtitIe Language
Ìf the current programme provides Subtitle information, you can select the
language for the Subtitle.
1 Press the SUBTITLE button to display the subtitle language list.
2 Select your desired subtitle language using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the
OK button. Then the subtitle will be displayed in the selected language at the
bottom of the screen.
3 Select Off from the subtitle language list if you do not wish to display
subtitles in the screen.
Changing Audio Options
Ìf the current programme is available in multiple audio languages, you can select
the language that you wish to listen in.
1 Press the SOUNDTRACK button to display soundtrack list.
2 Select your desired audio language using theŸ/ź and OK button to change
the audio soundtrack.
3 Select Audio preference(left, right, stereo) using the Ż/Ź buttons, and press
the OK button.
4 Press the EXIT or SOUNDTRACK button to exit the soundtrack list.
Digital Programme Features
{for digital channels only}
Chapter 4 >> ßasic Dperation
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Group Time Bar
Channel Group
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Radio
Favourite
Numeric
Alphabet
Schedule Find
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The Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) displays programme information about
each digital channel, based on the date and time. You can also schedule your
watching using the information given.
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) is available only for digital channels.
Note: Press the EPG or EXIT button to exit the EPG screen.
Viewing the Electronic Programme Guide{EPG}
Chapter 5 >> Using the £Iectronic Programme Cuide (£PC)
You can view programme information for all digital channels.
1 Press the EPG button.
2 Move to previous or next programme within the same channel using the
Ż/Ź button.
3 Move to another channel using the Ÿ/ź button. Ìf there are multiple
channels, use the P+/- (Page) button to move to channels by page. Also,
you can enter the channel number using the NUMBER(0-9) buttons on the
remote control to move to the channel directly.
4 Select a programme and press the OK button. Then you can watch the
programme if it is on air.
5 Press the INFO button in the selected programme to view the detailed
information (if available) of the selected programme.
Viewing by ChanneI List Groups
You can view programme information of the selected channel list by groups.
1 Press the EPG button.
2 Press the RED button to display the channel list group.
3 Select a channel list group using the Ÿ/ź button.
4 Move the cursor to the sub-group using the Ź button, select a sub-group
using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK button. The programme guide for
the selected channel list is displayed.
Now Day Day
Group Time Bar Schedule Find
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Viewing Using Time Bar
You can quickly search the time zone using the time bar.
1 Press the EPG button.
2 Press the GREEN button to display time bar.
3 Select the each button using the Ż/Ź button and press the OK button to
move the time bar. Ìf you press the button repeatedly, the same operation is
repeated.
4 Each button functions as follows.
Now Moves to the current programme where the cursor is located.
Ż Moves back to the previous programme or 30 minutes before.
Ź Moves forwards to the next programme or 30 minutes ahead.
ŻŻ Moves back to 2 hours before.
ŹŹ Moves forwards to 2 hours ahead.
ŻDay Moves back to one day before.
DayŹ Moves forwards to one day ahead.
5 Select

button and press the OK button to exit the time bar.
Reserving a Programme
You can make reservations for the future programmes you wish to watch
automatically.
1 Press the EPG button.
2 Select the desired programme and press the OK button. The confrm
message will be displayed.
3 Select OK and press the OK button to reserve the programme. When a
reservation has been completed, the icon ( ) is displayed on the reserved
programme. Press the OK button again to cancel reservation.
4 Press the YELLOW button to move to the Schedule screen. The schedule
screen displays the reserved programme list and lets you review, edit or
delete the reservations.
Note: Ìf the channel is locked, restricted by watching time, you will be prompted
to enter your password to complete the reservation. The default password
is 0000. Ìf you have forgotten your password, please contact your local TV
distributor.
Chapter 5 >> Using the £Iectronic Programme Cuide (£PC)
Save
Schedule
Reservation
Channel No.
Start Time
End Time
Repeat Once
Return to Programme Guide
Delete Cancel
Save
Schedule
Reservation
Channel No.
Start Time
End Time
Repeat Once
Return to Programme Guide
Delete Cancel
Schedule
Return to Programme Guide
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You can add or edit the reservation using the Schedule screen.
1 Press the EPG button.
2 Press the YELLOW button.
Editing a Reservation
1 Select the scheduled programme and press the OK button to edit the
reservation information.
2 Change ChanneI No. and Time using the NUMBER (0-9) buttons.
3 Change Repeat mode using the Ż/Ź button. The options are Once ( ),
DaiIy ( ) and WeekIy ( ).
4 Select Save and press the OK button to complete.
5 Select CanceI and press the OK button to cancel the editing.
6 Select DeIete and press the OK button to delete the reserved programme.
Adding a Reservation
1 Select a blank space and press the OK button to add a new reservation
schedule.
2 Change ChanneI No. and Time using the NUMBER (0-9) buttons.
3 Change Repeat mode using the Ż/Ź button. The options are Once ( ),
DaiIy ( ) and WeekIy ( ).
4 Select Save and press the OK button to complete.
5 Select CanceI and press the OK button to cancel the reservation.
Notes:
1. Ìf the programme is overlapped with another programme, adjust the
reservation appropriately.
2. Ìf the channel is locked, restricted by watching time, you will be prompted to
enter your password to complete the reservation. The default password is
0000. Ìf you have forgotten your password, please contact your local product
distributor.
Viewing Reserved Programme
Find Programme by Name
Keyword
Find By Genre Previous Next
Return to Programme Guide
Find Programme by Genre
Return to Programme Guide
Found Programme List
Total : 1/30
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Chapter 5 >> Using the £Iectronic Programme Cuide (£PC)
You can suffciently fnd the programme you want by programme name or genre.
1 Press the EPG button.
2 Press the BLUE button.
3 Enter the programme name directly using the keyboard displayed on the
screen.
4 When entering programme name is complete, select Find and press the OK
button.
Notes:
1. Select the letter using the Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź button and press the OK button to enter
the programme name on the keyboard screen.
2. Ìf you select Previous or Next on the keyboard displayed on the screen and
press the OK button, the keyboard layout is switched.
5 Select By Genre and press the OK button to search programme by genre.
6 Select the genre using the Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź button and press the OK button.
7 Ìf you select a programme from Found Programme List screen and press
the OK button, you can watch the programme if it is on air. Ìf you want to
fnd another programmes, press the BACK button to return to the previous
menu.
Note: Found Programme List may differ depending on the provided
programme information.
Finding a Programme
> > Au t o S e a r c h
Search
Stop
Anal og Channel Pound 30
Scan Progress 80%
> C h a n n e I
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Auto Search
Manual Search
Ldl t Channel s
UK
Move Lnter
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8canning Analog Channels Automatically
You can automatically scan channels for the frequency ranges available
(availability depends on your region).
Analog channels can be scanned only in Analog TV input mode. Please make
sure the main Input is set to Analog TV using the TV/AV button.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select ChanneI using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select Country using the Ÿ/ź button.
4 Select the country where you are now located using the Ż/Ź button.
5 Select Auto Search using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
Search is highlighted.
6 Press the OK button to start to scan channels. Ìt starts to scan channels.
The scanned channels are automatically saved in order. To stop scanning
channels, press the BACK button.
7 After the channel scanning completes, press the BACK button to exit
search. The frst scanned channel, if only, will be automatically displayed.
Chapter 6 >> Setting ChanneIs
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Chapter 6 >> Setting ChanneIs
You can save each channel as you identify.
Analog channels can be scanned only in Analog TV input mode. Please make
sure the main Input is set to Analog TV using TV/AV button.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select ChanneI using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select ManuaI Search using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
CoIour System is highlighted.
4 Select the required broadcasting standard (Auto, PAL, or SECAM) using the
Ż/Ź button.
5 Select Audio System using the Ÿ/ź button.
6 Select the required audio system (BG, I, DK or L) using the Ż/Ź button.
7 Select Band using the Ÿ/ź button.
8 Select the required signal source (VHF/UHF or CabIe) using the Ż/Ź
button.
9 Select ChanneI using the Ÿ/ź button and choose the channel number
pressing the Ż/Ź or NUMBER (0~9) button.
10 Select Programme No using the Ÿ/ź button and select the programme
number you would like to assign by pressing the Ż/Ź or NUMBER (0~9)
button. To change channel names, select Name using the Ÿ/ź button.
11 Enter the new channel name using the Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź buttons and press the OK
button.
12 Select Search using the Ÿ/ź button and press the Ż/Ź button to start
searching channels.
13 Select Fine Tune using the Ÿ/ź button and press the Ż/Ź button to obtain
a good quality of the picture and sound until you reach the optimal setting.
14 Select Save and press the OK button to save.
Channel mode display
ƒC (Air channeI mode): You can select channels by entering the
assigned number for broadcasting stations on air in this mode.
ƒS (CabIe channeI mode): You can select a channel by entering the
assigned number for cable channels in this mode.
8canning Analog Channels Manually
> C h a n n e I
Countr y
Auto Search
Manual Search
Ldl t Channel s
UK
Move Lnter
> > £ d i t C h a n n e I s
P 95 - - - - -
P 96 - - - - -
P 97 - - - - -
P 98 - - - - -
P 99 - - - - -
P 0l - - - - -
P 02 - - - - -
P 03 - - - - -
P 04 - - - - -
Delete Sklp Pav Move
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After channel scanning completes, you can delete, skip, move or add into
favorite channel group the saved analog channels.
Analog channels are editable only in Analog TV input mode. Please make sure
the main Input is set to Analog TV using TV/AV button.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select ChanneI using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select Edit ChanneIs using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
The Edit ChanneIs menu will appear.
DeIeting ChanneIs
You can delete channels from the list.
1 Select a channel you want to delete using the Ÿ/ź button and press the
RED button. The selected channel is deleted.
Skipping ChanneIs
Once channels are selected to skip, you can select the skipped channels using
number buttons only. The P+/- buttons will not function for the skipped channels.
1 Select a channel to skip using the Ÿ/ź button and press the GREEN
button. ( ) mark appears next to the channel name. To clear the skipped
channels, select the channel you don't want to skip and press the GREEN
button.
Adding Favourite ChanneIs
You can add favourite channels into the favourite channel group.
1 Select a channel to add into the favourite channel group using the Ÿ/ź
button and press the YELLOW button. ( F ) mark appears next to the channel
name. To delete the favourite channels from the group, select a favourite
channel you want to delete and press the YELLOW button.
Ìf you press the FAV button, each favourite channel can be selected in
sequent order.
Moving ChanneIs
You can change the location of channels.
1 Select a channel to move the location using the Ÿ/ź button and press the
BLUE button. ( ) mark appears next to the channel name.
2 Move the selection to a new location using the Ÿ/ź button and press the
BLUE button. The selected channel is moved to its new location and all
other channels are shifted accordingly.
Editing Analog Channels
Chapter 6 >> Setting ChanneIs
> C h a n n e I
Countr y
Auto Search
Manual Search
Ldl t Channel s
UK
Move Lnter
Auto Search
Stop Searching processing
Progressing
Stop
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Chapter 6 >> Setting ChanneIs
You can automatically scan digital channels for the frequency ranges available
(availability depends on your region).
Digital channels can be scanned only in Digital TV input mode. Please make
sure the Main Input is set to Digital TV using the TV/AV button.
1 Press the MENU button
2 Select ChanneI using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Enter your password by pressing the NUMBER (0~9) buttons.
4 Select Country using the Ÿ/ź button.
5 Select the country where you are now located using the Ż/Ź button.
6 Select Auto Search using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
Search is highlighted.
7 Press the OK button to start searching channels. Ìt starts to scan channels.
To stop scanning channels, press the OK button.
8 After the channel scanning completes, select Save using the Ÿ/ź button
and press the OK button to save the founded channels.
Note: The default password is 0000. Ìf you have forgotten your password,
please contact your local TV distributor.
8canning Digital Channels Automatically
> C h a n n e I
Countr y
Auto Search
Manual Search
Ldl t Channel s
UK
Move Lnter
Search
Nanual Search
Channel
Frequency
Node
Guard !nterval
Bandwidth
Network Search
Strength (S0¾)
Ouality (/S¾)
/ Select or set the option
123
2000
Auto
Auto
8NHz
Enable
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Chapter 6 >> Setting ChanneIs
You can manually select to scan digital channels. The channel numbers are
determined by the broadcasting stations.
Digital channels can be scanned only in Digital TV input mode. Please make
sure the Main Input is set to Digital TV using the TV/AV button.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select ChanneI using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Enter your password by pressing the NUMBER (0~9) buttons.
4 Select ManuaI Search using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
Selected ChanneI is highlighted.
5 Select ChanneI using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
6 Select one of channel using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK button.
When entering the channel number, the appropriate frequency value is
automatically displayed in Frequency.
7 Select Frequency using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
8 Enter your desired frequency to search directly using the NUMBER (0~9)
button and press the OK button.
When entering the frequency, the appropriate channel for the entered frequency
is automatically displayed in ChanneI.
9 Select Mode using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
10 Select among Auto, 2k and 8k using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the OK
button. Ìf the information is not known, then Auto can be selected.
11 Select Guard IntervaI using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
12 Select one option among Auto, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 and 1/32 using the Ÿ/ź
button, and press the OK button. Ìf the information is not known, then Auto
can be selected.
13 Select Network Search using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź
button.
14 Select one option between EnabIe and DisabIe using the OK or Ź button.
Ìf specifed frequency channel information and other channel information are
provided together, the channel, which belongs to other frequency channel, is also
searched.
15 When completed, select Search using the Ÿ/ź button and press the
OK button to start searching channels. Ìt starts to scan channels. To stop
scanning channels, press the OK button.
16 After the channel scanning completes, select Save using the Ÿ/ź button
and press the OK button to save the founded channels.
Notes:
1. The default password is 0000. Ìf you have forgotten your password, please
contact your local TV distributor.
2. Ìn Ìtaly, you can set the desired Bandwidth among 7 and 8MHz.
8canning Digital Channels Manually
> C h a n n e I
Countr y
Auto Search
Manual Search
Ldl t Channel s
UK
Move Lnter
> > £ d i t C h a n n e I s
Ldl t Channel s
Ldl t Pav Chanl s
Move Lnter
Edit Channels
You may select one among channel groups.
Group
Lock
Unselect All
Delete
Select All
Rename
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Chapter 6 >> Setting ChanneIs
After channel scanning completes, you can delete, lock, and rename saved
digital channels. Ìf there is no LCN channel, the function of move is activated.
Digital channels can be scanned only in Digital TV input mode. Please make
sure the Main Input is set to Digital TV using the TV/AV button.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select ChanneI using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Enter your password by pressing the NUMBER (0~9) buttons.
4 Select Edit ChanneIs using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
5 Select Edit ChanneIs using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
Note: The default password is 0000. Ìf you have forgotten your password,
please contact your local TV distributor.
SeIecting ChanneI Group
You can select the channel list group to edit TV or Radio.
1 Press the OK or Ź button in Group to display channel list group.
2 Select your desired channel list group using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the
OK button.
DeIeting ChanneIs
You can delete one or more channels.
1 Select a channel you want to delete using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK
button. You can select multiple channels.
2 Select DeIete in the right using the Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź buttons, and press the OK
button.
Editing Digital Channels
Edit Channels
Channel Name
OK Cancel Previous Next
Rename channel
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Chapter 6 >> Setting ChanneIs
Locking/UnIocking ChanneIs
You can lock or unlock one or more channels.
1 Select a channel you want to lock using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK
button. You can select multiple channels.
2 Select Lock in the right using the Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź button, and press the OK
button. ( ) mark appears next to the channel name.
To unlock the locked channels, select the channel you want to unlock and select
UnIock in the right, and press the OK button.
Note: To watch the locked channels, you must enter the password using the
NUMBER (0-9) buttons.
Renaming ChanneIs
You can change the channel name as you like.
1 Move the cursor to the channel list using the Ż/Ź button.
2 Select your desired channel and press the OK button. You can select only a
single channel.
3 Select Rename in the right using the Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź button and press the OK
button.
4 Enter a channel name directly using the keyboard displayed on the screen.
5 When fnishing entering channel name, select OK and press the OK button.
SeIecting/UnseIecting AII ChanneIs
You can select/unselect all channels at a time.
1 Select SeIect AII in the right and press the OK button to select all channels.
2 Select UnseIect AII in the right and press the OK button to unselect all the
selected channels.
> C h a n n e I
Countr y
Auto Search
Manual Search
Ldl t Channel s
UK
Move Lnter
> > £ d i t C h a n n e I s
Ldl t Channel s
Ldl t Pav Chanl s
Move Lnter
Edit Favourite Channels
!f you want to select / rekease, press
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You can add favourite channels or remove favourite channels from the favourite
list.
Digital channels are editable only in Digital TV input mode. Please make sure
the Main Input is set to Digital TV using TV/AV button.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select ChanneI using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Enter your password by pressing the NUMBER (0~9) buttons.
4 Select Edit ChanneIs using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
5 Select Edit Fav ChanIs using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź
button.
Note: The default password is 0000. Ìf you have forgotten your password,
please contact your local TV distributor.
The buttons for editing the Favourite channel list are described in the following
table.
Add Adds the favourite channel
Remove Removes the channel from the favourite channel list
TV/Radio Switches between TV and Radio channel list
Fav.Group Changes the favourite channel group
Move Moves the order of channel list within the favourite channel list
Rename Renames the favourite channel group
Sort Sorts channels by number or name in all TV/Radio channel list
UnseIect AII Unselect all the selected channels
Adding/Removing favourite channeIs
You can add favourite channel(s) to the favourite channel list or remove the
added favourite channel(s) from the list.
1 Select a favourite group using .
2 Select your desired channel(s) in all TV/Radio channel list, and press

to
add in the favourite channel list.
3 Select your desired channel(s) in favourite channel list, and press to
remove in the favourite channel list.
Editing Favourite Digital Channels
Chapter 6 >> Setting ChanneIs
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Moving favourite channeIs
You can move favourite channel(s) to your desired location within the favourite
channel list.
1 Select a favourite group using .
2 Select your desired channel to move within the favourite channel list and
press the OK button.
3 Select , and press the OK button.
4 Move the cursor to your desired location using the Ÿ/ź button, and press
the OK button.
5 The selected channel(s) is moved into the desired location you selected.
Renaming favourite groups
You can rename the favourite groups.
1 Select a favourite group to rename using .
2 Select , and press the OK button.
3 Enter the new group name using Ÿ/źŻ/Ź button in the keyboard displayed
on the screen.
4 When fnishing entering the name, select OK and press the OK button.
AdditionaI Features
Additional Features provides many useful functions which are necessary to add
favourite channel.
Change between TV and Radio channeI Iist
You can add not only TV channel(s) but also Radio channel(s) to the favourite
channel list. Press to switch all channels into TV or Radio channels.
SeIect a favourite channeI group
You can select your desired favourite channel list to edit. Press to display
the favourite group list. Then select your desired group using the Ÿ/ź button,
and press the OK button.
Sort a channeI Iist
You can sort all TV or Radio channel lists by channel number or name for easy
channel search. Ìf channel lists are sorted by channel number, is displayed.
When you press this button, all the channel lists are sorted by name. Or, if
channel lists are sorted by channel name, is switched into . Press this
button to order channels by number.
UnseIect aII the seIected channeIs
Press button to unselect all the selected channels.
Chapter 6 >> Setting ChanneIs
> P i c t u r e
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You can select the picture mode which best fts your viewing requirements.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select Picture using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select the required picture mode using the Ż/Ź button.
The following options are available:
ƒStandard
Shows the optimal sharpness of the picture if viewed in a well-lighted
room.
ƒDynamic
Ìncreases the clarity and sharpness of the picture.
ƒMovie
Select Movie to lessen eye strain when watching a movie in a dark
place.
ƒMiId
Softens display with moderate sharpness of the picture.
ƒUser
Select User to set detailed options such as Brightness, Contrast, and
Colour so on.
Note: You can select a picture mode by simply pressing the PIC MODE
button on the remote control. Press again to switch.
4 Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to
return to the previous menu.
8electing a Picture Mode
Chapter 7 >> Setting the Picture
You can adjust the picture appearance to suit your preference and viewing
situations.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select Picture using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select the required option using the Ÿ/ź button and press the Ż/Ź button.
The following options are available:
Brightness > Contrast > Sharpness > CoIour
4 Press the Ż/Ź button until you reach the optimal setting.
To select other options, repeat the steps from 3 to 4.
5 Press EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to return to
the previous menu.
Note: Ìf you make any changes to the options, the picture mode is automatically
switched to User. The Sharpness and CoIour are not available in the PC input
mode.
Customizing the Picture 8ettings
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Use Fleshtone function to improve the picture quality by adjusting colour
balance.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select Picture using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select FIeshtone using the Ÿ/ź button.
4 Select the required feshtone using the Ż/Ź button.
The following options are available.
Off > Low > Medium > High
5 Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to
return to the previous menu.
Fleshtone
Chapter 7 >> Setting the Picture
You can change the colour of the entire screen to ft your needs.
Set to Warm for intensifng hot colours such as red, or set to CooI for displaying
less intense colours with more blue.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select Picture using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select CoIour Temp. using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
4 Select the required colour temperature using the Ż/Ź button.
The following options are available:
NormaI > CooI > User > Warm
5 To customise the colour temperature, select the required option using the
Ÿ/ź button.
The following options are available to make changes:
Red > Green > BIue
6 Press the Ż/Ź button until you reach the optimal setting. To select other
options, press the Ÿ/ź button.
Note: Ìf you make any changes to the options, the colour temperature mode is
automatically switched to User.
7 Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to
return to the previous menu.
Colour Temperature
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Chapter 7 >> Setting the Picture
You can adjust the brightness of Liquid Crystal Display (LCD).
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select Picture using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select BackIight using the Ÿ/ź button.
4 Select the required option using the Ż/Ź button.
The following options are available:
High > Low > Medium
5 Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to
return to the previous menu.
Adjusting Backlight Brightness
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You can select the type of special sound effect when watching a broadcast.
Sound Effect lets you enjoy the best sound without any special adjustment
because the TV sets the appropriate sound options based on the programme
content.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select Sound using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select Effect using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK button.
4 Select the required sound effect using the Ÿ/ź button.
The following options are available:
ƒUser
Customise your own sound effect.
ƒFIat
Flat and pure sound.
ƒSpeech
Emphasises clear dialogue.
ƒMovie
Emphasises bass tones.
ƒMusic
Enhances music quility.
5 Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to
return to the previous menu.
Note: You can select sound effect by simply pressing the SND EFFECT button
on the remote control. Press again to switch.
8etting the 8ound Effect
You can adjust the output of the right and left speakers to obtain the best stereo
reproduction for your listening position.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select Sound using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select BaIance using the Ÿ/ź button.
4 Press the Ż/Ź button to make changes.
5 Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to
return to the previous menu.
Adjusting the 8ound Balance
Chapter 8 >> Setting the Sound
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Each broadcasting station has its own signal conditions, volume may not be
adjusted each time you switch channels. This feature lets you automatically
adjust the volume of the selected channel by adjusting the sound output
depending on the signal modulation.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select Sound using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select AVL(Auto VoIume LeveI) using the Ÿ/ź button.
4 Select On/Off using the Ż/Ź button.
5 Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to
return to the previous menu.
Adjusting the Volume Automatically
Chapter 8 >> Setting the Sound
TruSurround XT is a patented SRS technology that solves the problem of
playing 5.1multi-channel content over two speakers. TruSurround delivers a
compelling, virtual surround sound effect through two-speaker playback system,
including built-in television speakers. Ìt is fully compatible with all multi-channel
audio formats.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select Sound using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select SRS TruSurrond using the Ÿ/ź button.
4 Select On/Off using the Ż/Ź button.
5 Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to
return to the previous menu.
Note: ( ) is a trademark of SRS Labs, Ìnc. TruSurround XT technology is
incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Ìnc.
8etting the Tru8urround XT
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You can set the current time. Ìf you want to set time for automatically turning
on/off the power, you must set the local time frst.
Setting the Current Time
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select Time Setting using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
4 Select Date using the Ÿ/ź button and enter day/month/year using the
NUMBER(0~9) buttons.
5 Select LocaI Time using the Ÿ/ź button and enter hour/minute using the
NUMBER(0~9) buttons.
Note: Your TV automatically sets and updates the time over the air when you
successfully search digital terrestrial channels. Then Date and LocaI Time
menu will be disabled. You must set the GMT Off set value in System > Time
Setting > GMT Offset menu.
Using the TV Timer Function
You can schedule time for automatically turning on/off the power so that your TV
will automatically be turned on and off at specifc time you have scheduled.
6 To set time for turning on the power, select Power On Time using the Ÿ/ź
button and press the Ż/Ź button to select On.
7 Power On Time is enabled, enter hour/minute using the NUMBER(0~9)
buttons. And select your desired service between TV or Radio using the
Ż/Ź button. At the preset time, the TV will automatically be turned on and
display the preset service.
8 To switch into the standby mode momentarily when the TV is turned on
automatically at the preset time, select Snooze using the Ÿ/ź button and
press the Ż/Ź button to select On. Then, within 10 minutes after the TV
is turned on automatically at the preset time, if you press the STANDBY
button, the TV is switched to the standby mode and will be worked again
after 5 minutes.
9 To set time for turning off the power, select Power Off Time using the Ÿ/ź
button and press the Ż/Ź button to select On.
10 Power Off Time is enabled, enter hour/minute using the NUMBER(0~9)
buttons.
Setting the Auto Power Off
Ìn case there is no signal, it is possible have your TV automatically turned off to
reduce power consumption.
11 Select Auto Power Off using the Ÿ/ź button and press the Ż/Ź button to
select On. The TV will automatically be turned off if there is no signal.
8etting the Time ¡nformation
Chapter 9 >> Setting the System
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Parental Control
This feature enables you to prevent unauthorised users such as children from
watching adult channels or programmes by using a password you have defned.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select ParentaI CtrI using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
The Enter your Password dialog box is displayed.
4 Enter your password by pressing the NUMBER (0~9) buttons.
Setting the Age Limit (for digitaI channeIs onIy)
Age Limit enables you to block programmes from unauthorised users according
to the age level you have defned.
1 Select Age Limit using the Ÿ/ź button.
2 Defne ages for unauthorised users not to access to blocked programmes
using the Ż/Ź button.
View AII : All programmes are not blocked.
7 : Programmes is blocked for age groups under 7.
12 : Programmes is blocked for age groups under 12.
15 : Programmes is blocked for age groups under 15.
18 : Programmes is blocked for age groups under 18.
Lock AII : All Programmes are blocked without considering the age level.
Notes:
1. Ìf you select a blocked channel ¨This programme is blocked by age¨ message
appears.
2. You have to enter the password to watch the blocked programmes by the age
restriction.
3. This function is available only for the programmes with the age information.
Chapter 9 >> Setting the System
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Changing the Password
You can change the current password to a new one.
1 Select Change Password using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź
button.
2 Enter your old password and enter your new password using the NUMBER
(0~9) buttons.
3 Enter the new password again to confrm. Then your new password has
been memorized.
Note: The default password is 0000. Ìf you have forgotten your password,
please contact your local TV distributor.
Chapter 9 >> Setting the System
You can view the current status of the CÌ module. The CI sub menu displays
when inserting the CÌ module to the TV.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select CI(Common Ìnterface) using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź
button.
4 Ìf Common Ìnterface is available, you can view information about each Slot.
Note: The displayed information about each Common Ìnterface may differ
depending on the type of Common Ìnterface.
Common ¡nterface
{for digital channels only}
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You can set the LCD panel to go out automatically for reduction of power
consumption when watching a radio channel.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select PaneI Off using the Ÿ/ź button.
4 Select EnabIe using the Ż/Ź button.
The LCD panel will automatically go out if there is no signal for 1 minute
when watching a radio channel.
Note: When you are watching a radio channel, if the PaneI Off function is
EnabIe, the LCD panel goes out and the VFD displays the information such as
channel number, channel name, sound effect and volume. You can adjust those
displayed on VFD. ----(except LGB-19DTT)
Panel Off
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You can set your TV settings to the default setting values.
Warning: Please note that once you perform the Default Setting, all data such
as aerial setting information, channel list, and user confgured data are deleted.
To perform DefauIt Setting, do as foIIows:
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select DefauIt Setting using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
The Enter Your Password dialog box is displayed.
4 Enter your password using the NUMBER(0~9) buttons to change all settings
value to the factory default.
5 Default setting is completed.
Notes :
1. The default password is 0000. Ìf you have forgotten your password, please
contact your local TV distributor.
2. After completing the default setting, the initial setup wizard will appear
automatically in a few seconds.
Default 8ettings
Chapter 9 >> Setting the System
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You can set to display the current time on VFD in standby mode.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select VFD CIock using the Ÿ/ź button.
4 Select EnabIe using the Ż/Ź button.
Ìn standby mode, the VFD will display the current time.
Note: Ìf the Power On Time function is enabled, the clock icon on VFD will be
enabled.
VFD Clock {except LGB-19DTT}
DTv Setup
Language Setting
Niscellaneous Settings
Software Update
Signal Detection
Status
Language selection for various purpose
Language Setting
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
Subtitle Display
Subtitle Font
Language selection for audio
English
English
Auto
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1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select DTV Setup using the Ÿ/ź button and press the Ź button.
4 Select Language Setting using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the OK or Ź
button.
Audio/SubtitIe Language
You can set the language for Audio and Subtitle.
1 Select one among Audio Language or SubtitIe Language using the Ÿ/ź
button.
2 Press the OK or Ź button to display the available language list.
3 Select your desired language using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the OK
button.
SubtitIe DispIay
You can select whether or not to display the Subtitle automatically if provided.
1 Select SubtitIe DispIay using the Ÿ/ź button.
2 Select your desired option using the OK or Ź button.
Auto Subtitles are displayed automatically in the predefned subtitle
language.
ManuaI Subtitles are displayed in the language when you select the
subtitle language by pressing the SUBTITLE button at remote
controller.
SubtitIe Font
You can select the Subtitle font.
1 Select SubtitIe Font using the Ÿ/ź button.
2 Select your desired option using the OK or Ź button.
VariabIe Uses the horizontally variable Subtitle Font.
Fixed Uses the fxed Subtitle Font.
Language 8etting
Chapter 10 >> D7V Setup
Ìn this chapter, you can set the various options for digital channels such as the
subtitle language, i-plate display time and software update.
You can access to the DTV Setup menu only in Digital TV input mode.
DTv Setup
Language Setting
Niscellaneous Settings
Software Update
Signal Detection
Status
Niscellaneous Settings
Display Time
Option in CH List
!nformation box display time
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Miscellaneous 8ettings
Chapter 10 >> D7V Setup
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select DTV Setup using the Ÿ/ź button and press the Ź button.
4 Select MisceIIaneous Settings using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the OK or
Ź button.
i-PIate DispIay Time
You can set the duration during which the Ìnformation box is to be automatically
displayed when you switch the channel.
1 Select i-PIate DispIay Time using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the OK or Ź
button.
2 Select a value between 1 ~ 20 seconds using the Ÿ/ź button, and press
the OK button.
Note: When it is set to DisabIe, the i-Plate will not be displayed when you switch
the channel.
Option in ChanneI List
You can set whether or not to display the scrambled icon in channel list.
1 Select the Option in CH List using the Ÿ/ź button.
2 Select one option from On/Off using the OK or Ź button.
On Scramble icon display in the channel list.
Off Scramble icon disappear in the channel list.
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Chapter 10 >> D7V Setup
8oftware Update
Ìn order to maintain proper performance of the TV, it is essential to have the
most up-to-date software. The latest news and release of software versions
may be found at the HUMAX website - http://www.humaxdigitaI.com. Ìt is
recommended that you periodically check for the availability of software update.
OTA (Over the Air)
OTA, an abbreviation of Over-the-Air, means that the software can be
downloaded through your aerial. The manufacturer reserves the right to decide
when and where to release software by this process. The software update via
your aerial will only occur under the following circumstances.
1 The equipment should have appropriate loader software.
Caution: Please note that if you don't have normal loader software, the
equipment may not be updated or work after software update.
2 The manufacturer decides to release software downloading via a designated
aerial system.
3 The equipment must be tuned properly according to the guidelines within
this manual.
4 Update software when the quality of receiving signal strength is high. Ìf the
weather is not so good that the quality of receiving signal strength is not
recommendable, perform the software update later.
Caution:
· Please be careful to keep the power on and the power cord plugged in
during software update. If the power is disconnected during software
update, it may cause fatal damage to the TV.
· Please be careful not to pull out the signal line (co-axial Cable) during
software update. Update may be interrupted and the TV may not work.
Notes:
1. The other functions of TV cannot work at all during software update.
2. Ìt may take 5 ~10 minutes to update software.
3. Scheduling operation cannot work during software update.
DTv Setup
Language Setting
Niscellaneous Settings
Software Update
Signal Detection
Status
Nove to the selected submenu
Nanual Update
Search
Channel
Frequency
Node
Guard !nterval
Strength (S0¾)
Ouality (/S¾)
Select or set the option
S0
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Auto
Auto
Automatic Update
Nanual Update
Software Auto-Detection
Auto-Detection Time
Nove to the selected submenu
Disable
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Software Update
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If new software is found when powering on
1 A message will be displayed to notify that new software is found.
2 Select Yes and press the OK button to update the software.
3 Starts downloading new software. Please wait until the updated is
completed.
4 When completing the software update, the equipment is automatically
powered off and on again.
If updating software from Menu
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select DTV Setup using the Ÿ/ź button and press the Ź button.
4 Select Software Update using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the OK or Ź
button.
Automatic Update
You can set the TV to fnd HUMAX software update site and update software
automatically.
1 Select Automatic Update using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the OK or Ź
button. Automatically search for new software.
2 When detecting update software, the following result is displayed. Ìf new
software is not found by Automatic Update, use ManuaI Update.
3 Select Yes and press the OK button to start updating. Select No and press
the OK button to return to the previous menu without updating. Select Later
and press the OK button to update later. That means the update menu
displays as soon as you turn on the TV next time.
4 Performs Software Update. Please wait until it is completed.
5 When completing the software update, the TV is automatically powered off
and on again.
ManuaI Update
You can perform Manual Update only if you know MUX information of software
update correctly.
1 Select ManuaI Update using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the OK or Ź
button.
2 Select the channel number which provides update software. You can also
enter the frequency instead of channel number in which updated software is
provided.
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3 Select Mode and Guard IntervaI using the Ÿ/ź button and select your
desired value.
Note: How to setting parameters in ManuaI Update is the same as how to
set parameters in ManuaI Search. Refer to "Scanning DigitaI ChanneIs
ManuaIIy" in Chapter 6.
4 Select Search and press the OK button to search software.
5 Ìt is displayed whether or not New Software exist. Ìf new software does not
exist, press the OK button to return to the ManuaI Update menu.
6 Select Yes and press the OK button to start updating. Select No and press
the OK button to return to the previous menu. Select Later and press the
OK button to update later. That means the update menu displays as soon as
you turn on the TV next time.
7 Performs Software Update. Please wait until it is completed.
8 When completing the software update, the TV is automatically powered off
and on again.
Software Auto-Detecting and Time
You can specify the software detecting time. Ìf the TV powers on during software
auto-detecting, Detecting will stop.
1 Select Software Auto-Detecting using the Ÿ/ź button.
2 Select EnabIe or DisabIe using the OK or Ź button.
3 When you select EnabIe, you can set the detecting time in Auto-Detecting
Time.
S/W Update from PC
You can connect your TV to the PC directly and update your software by
transferring the new software from the PC. Follow these steps to download new
software from PC to this TV.
1 Download new software fle (HDF fles) equivalent for this TV model from our
website into your computer (http://www.humaxdigitaI.com).
2 Download and install download tool fle from our website into your computer.
3 Connect your PC to this TV with RS-232C serial cable(not supplied).
4 Execute installed download tool, and then follow the instructions contained
the download tool.
5 Reconnect the power cable of the TV and press the STANDBY button to
make this TV operating.
Chapter 10 >> D7V Setup
Signal Detection
Strength (S0¾)
Ouality (/S¾)
Status
Hardware version
Software version
Loader version
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8ignal Detection
Chapter 10 >> D7V Setup
You can view the signal strength and signal quality reception for the channel that
is currently being viewed.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select DTV Setup using the Ÿ/ź button and press the Ź button.
4 Select SignaI Detection using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the OK or Ź
button.
5 Display information about the aerial and multiplex, which current channel
belongs to and the graphs and percentage of Signal Strength and Quality of
the channel.
8tatus
You can view System information.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
3 Select DTV Setup using the Ÿ/ź button and press the Ź button.
4 Select Status using the Ÿ/ź button, and press the OK or Ź button.
5 Confrm the information about Hardware version, Software version,
Loader version, System ID and Update Date.
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You can select the modes by simply pressing the WIDE button on the remote
control.
Auto > 4:3 > 14:9 > FuII > Zoom
Notes
1. When the Component or HDMÌ input mode, you can select only the 4:3, 14:9
or Full.
2. Ìt is not available in the PC input mode.
Auto
Displays the picture as the original aspect ratio of the signal you received.
4:3
Displays the picture in the 4:3 ratio. The black bar appears on each side.
14:9
Displays the picture in the 14:9 ratio. The thin black bar appears on each
side.
FuII
Displays the picture in the 15:9 ratio to fll the entire screen.
Zoom
Displays the picture zoomed to fll the 14:9 ratio with black sidebars. The top
and bottom of the picture are slightly cropped.
8etting the Aspect Ratio
Chapter 11 >> Setting the Aspect Ratio
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You can display teletext information at any time on your TV.
Most TV broadcasting stations provide text information services via teletext.
The index page of the teletext service gives you information on how to use the
service. You can also select various options to ft your needs using the remote
control buttons.
Note: To properly display teletext information, channel reception must be stable.
Otherwise, information may be missing or some pages may not be displayed.
TELETEXT function buttons are as follows:
(TeIetext On/Off)
Activates or deactivates the teletext service.
(Mix)
Overlaps the teletext with the broadcasting screen.
Adjusts the opacity to the background in Teletext mode.
(Index)
Displays the teletext index page.
(CanceI)
Displays TV programme when waiting for the new teletext page.
(ReveaI)
Shows the hidden information. (answers to quiz games, for example)
Press it again to return to normal display.
(Mode)
Selects the teletext mode (LÌST/FLOF)
(Size)
Displays the double-size letters for lower half of the screen, press it again to
return to normal display.
(HoId)
Holds the display on a given page if the selected page is linked with several
secondary pages that automatically follow. To resume, press it again.
(Time)
When watching TV programmes, press this button to display the current time at
the top right hand corner of the screen.
Numeric (0~9)
Press to enter the three-digit page number given in the content.
Coloured buttons (Red/Green/YeIIow/BIue)
Ìf the FASTEXT system is used by a broadcasting company, the different topics
covered on a teletext page are colour-coded and can be selected by pressing
the coloured buttons. Press one of them corresponding to your needs. The page
is displayed with other coloured information that can be selected in the same
way. To display the previous or next page, press the corresponding coloured
button.
Displaying Teletext information
Chapter 12 >> Using the 7eIetext
> > P C
Auto Conf l gure
H. Posl t l on
v. Posl t l on
Cl ock
Phase
0
0
0
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> > P C
Auto Conf l gure
H. Posl t l on
v. Posl t l on
Cl ock
Phase
0
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The PC menu is available only when there is a PC input signal.
1 Press the TV/AV button to switch to PC mode.
2 Select PC using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK button.
Automatically optimizes the display. This is recommended for the frst time
connecting to a PC.
3 Press the MENU button.
4 Select System using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
5 Select PC using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK or Ź button.
6 Select Auto Conñgure using the Ÿ/ź button and press the OK button.
Auto Conhgure
Adjusts the display position to PC if it does not ft the TV screen.
6 Select H. Position/V. Position using the Ÿ/ź button.
7 Adjust the optimal position using the Ż/Ź button.
Position
Chapter 13 >> Setting the PC
> > P C
Auto Conf l gure
H. Posl t l on
v. Posl t l on
Cl ock
Phase
0
0
0
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Move Adìust
> > P C
Auto Conf l gure
H. Posl t l on
v. Posl t l on
Cl ock
Phase
0
0
0
53
Move Adìust
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Adjusts the horizontal feature of screen by increasing or decreasing the number
of pixels.
6 Select CIock using the Ÿ/ź button.
7 Adjust the optimal horizontal feature using the Ż/Ź button.
Clock
Sets the focus of screen.
6 Select Phase using the Ÿ/ź button.
7 Adjust the optimal focus using the Ż/Ź button.
Note: Ìf noise is present, change the PC mode to another resolution, change
the refresh rate to another rate until the picture is clear. Ìf the refresh rate of the
PC graphic card can not be changed, change the PC graphic card or consult the
manufacturer of the PC graphic card.
Phase
Chapter 13 >> Setting the PC
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Menu Map
Menu Map
Picture
- Mode
- Brightness
- Contrast
- Sharpness
- Colour
- Fleshtone
- Colour Temp.
- Backlight
Sound
- Effect
- Balance
- AVL
- SRS TruSurround
Channel
- Country
- Auto Search
- Manual Search
- Edit Channels
System
- Language
- Time Setting
- Parental Ctrl
- CÌ --------------------------------------------------- (Digital TV Ìnput only)
- PC ----------------------------------------------------------- (PC Ìnput only)
- DTV Setup ------------------------------------- (Digital TV Ìnput only)
- Panel Off ---------------------------------------- (Digital TV Ìnput only)
- VFD Clock -------------------------------------- (except LGB-19DTT)
- Default Setting
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Troubleshooting
Before contacting your local service dealer, please make sure you refer to the following guide. Ìf the TV
does not work normally after completing the following trouble shooting, please contact your local TV
distributor or service centre.
(1) No message is displayed on the front panel or the TV has no power.
- Check the main power cable and make sure it is plugged into a suitable power outlet.
- Check that the mains supply is switched on.
- Check that the power switch is on at the TV (where applicable)
(2) No picture
- Make sure that the TV is power on and in operation mode (press STANDBY button).
- Make sure that the AV cable is frmly connected to the TV. You may need to remove the cable
from both ends and reconnect.
- Make sure that the antenna line is properly connected to the TV.
- Check the brightness level of the TV.
- Check if the channel is currently on air. Contact the broadcaster to ensure that the channel is
running.
(3) Poor picture & sound quality
- Ìnstall the antenna in an obstacle-free place.
- Make sure there is no mobile phone or microwave oven near the TV.
- Use 75 coaxial cable when connecting TV and antenna.
- When the 1080i video input signal is displayed on the TV screen through the Component or
HDMÌ jack, the screen ficker may occur.
(4) No or poor sound
- Check that your AV cable is connected correctly.
- Check the volume levels of your TV.
- Check if the TV is on mute.
- Check audio type or soundtrack option.
(5) Remote Control does not operate.
- To control the TV, the top end of the remote control should point directly towards the receiving
part of the TV.
- Remove and reinsert the batteries in the remote control.
- Replace the batteries in the remote control for a new set.
(6) Cannot watch scrambled channel.
- Check that you have the appropriate Smartcard or CAM. Reinsert the Smartcard or CAM and
make sure it initializes correctly.
- Check in the menu that the TV is detecting the Smartcard or CAM.
- Check in the menu that you have a valid and working subscription to the channels you wish to
view.
- Ensure that the Smartcard or CAM is not damaged.
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Error Message
Error message PossibIe causes What to do
No signal - The aerial is not pointing properly.
- The AV device is not connected
properly.
- Adjust aerial.
- Check the cable from the aerial. Ìf
you cannot resolve the problem you
may need to have your aerial and
installation tested by a professional.
- Set the AV device correctly.
- Check the cable from the AV device.
Will not accept - The key(button) is not supported
for this product.
Ìnvalid Mode - The resolution of connected PC is
not set properly.
- Check the optimal resolution
settings. You may need to download
a new video driver.
No Subtitle Data - The channel has not the subtitle
data.
- Confrm if the channel is provided
the subtitle data.
The channel is scrambled
or not available.
- The channel has signal, but no
audio or video.
- CÌ module is not plugged in.
- CÌ module is not plugged in
properly.
- Wrong CÌ module is in use.
- Confrm if the channel is currently
on air.
- Ìnsert CÌ module.
- Reinsert CÌ module; ensure that it is
inserted in the correct way.
- Ìnsert the appropriate CÌ module for
the channel(s) you wish to view.
- Contact your CÌ module retailer
or channel broadcaster for a CÌ
module replacement.
The channel is scrambled. - This digital terrestrial receiver
does not support the service
that enables to descramble the
scrambled channels.
The audio is not available. - The channel has a video signal,
but no audio is provided.
- Press the audio buttons on your
remote control to confrm that the
channel has audio options.

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Item Speciñcation
LCD PaneI
Type Colour active matrix TFT-LCD
Display Area 19.0¨
Max. Resolution 1440 x 900 pixels
Viewing Angle R/L : 160 , U/D : 160 (CR <10)
PC Monitor
Sync Separate
Horizontal Frequency 31.469~48.363kHz
Vertical Frequency 60Hz
MAX. Resolution 1360 x 768 pixels@60Hz
Input/Output
Video Ìnput
Analog + Digital Tuner(1), SCART, RCA, S-Video, Component,
HDMÌ, PC
Audio Ìnput RCA(R/L), Component (R/L), HDMÌ, PC Audio
Audio Output Speaker, Headphone
Data Ìnterface RS-232C(for SW update)
TV SignaI
AnaIogue DigitaI
Area EU EU(MHEG)
Antenna Ìnput ÌEC 169-2 Female ÌEC 169-2 Female
Tuning System FS OFDM DVB-T
Colour System
PAL, B/G, D/K, Ì
SECAM, B/G, D/K
B/G, Ì, D/K
Sound System AM / FM / Nicam MPEG 1 Layer 1/2
VHF Low 48.25 ~ 144.00 MHz 48.25 ~ 144.00 MHz
VHF High 145.00 ~ 424.00 MHz 145.00 ~ 424.00 MHz
UHF 425.00 ~ 863.25 MHz 425.00 ~ 863.25 MHz
Teletext Yes Yes
ReguIation
Safety CE
EMÌ CE
Others
Power 60 W (Max.)
Speaker Output 8W x 2EA
Plug & Play Level DDC 1/2 B
Weight
LGB-19DZT, LGB-19DWT, LGB-19DXT, LGB-19DPT
: NET 7.0 kg / Gross 9.0 kg
LGB-19DTT : NET 6.2 kg / Gross 8.2 kg
Power Supply AC 100V ~240V, 50/60 Hz
Operating Temperature 5°C ~ 35°C
Operating Humidity 30 ~ 80% RH
Speciñcation
8pecihcation
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Service and Support
8ervice and 8upport
You can get information such as a troubleshooting guide, software upgrades and product support guide
from the following web sites and call center (Hotline). Please try to contact to your local dealers frst
when facing a problem.
Web site and e-maiI
Homepage
http://www.humaxdigital.com English
http://www.humaxdigital.com/Deutsch/ Deutsch
http://www.humaxarabia.com Arabic
HCSA (Humax Customer Service Area)
Software Download, Ìnformation and Technical Q&A
http://www.humaxdigital.com/hcsa/ English
http://www.humaxdigital.com/Deutsch/hcsa/ Deutsch
E-maiI (TechnicaI Q&A)
tech-info@humax-digital.co.uk Europe & North Africa
techinfo@humax-digital.de Germany
callcenterME@humaxdigital.com Middle East
Webmaster@humaxdigital.com Asia & Other area
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CaII Center
Humax Customer HeIpIine (UK)
TeI: 0870 247 8800
E-maiI: uksupport@humax-digital.co.uk
Open: Local Time in UK (GMT+0), 09:00 ÷ 18:00 (Monday -Friday)
Support Language: English
Humax MiddIe East CaII Center (Dubai, UAE)
TeI: +971 (0)4 359 2323 (Open: 09:00 - 20:00 / close on Friday)
E-maiI: callcenterME@humaxdigital.com
Open: Local Time in Dubai (GMT+4), 09:00 - 20:00 (Saturday - Thursday, close on Friday)
Support Language: English/Arabic
Humax HotIine (Germany)
Germany: 01805 778 900 ( C 0,12/Min)
Other Countries: + 49 1805 778 870 ( C 0,12/Min+ Ìnternational Call Charge)
E-maiI: support@humax-digital.de
Open: Local Time in Germany (GMT+1), 08:00 - 23:00 (Monday - Sunday)
Support Language: Deutsch/English
HUMAX HotIine (ItaIy)
TeI : 899 100080
E-maiI : info@mediasat.com
Open : Local Time in Ìtaly (GMT+1), 08:00~18:00 (Monday - Friday)
Support Language : Ìtalian
HUMAX HotIine (Austria)
TeI : 0820 400675 ( C 0,12/min.)
HUMAX HotIine (Sweden)
TeI : +46 (0)550 85527
Open : 08:00 ~ 16:30 (Monday - Friday)
Support Language : Swedish/English
HUMAX HotIine (FinIand)
TeI : 09 5618 6366
Open : 08:00 ~ 16:00 (Monday - Friday)
Support Language : Finnish/English
For hardware repair, please refer to website. (Homepage or HCSA)
Service and Support

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No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Indicates a situation which, if not avoided, could damage the equipment This symbol or other apparatus. indicates dangerous voltage inside the TV that presents a

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This user manual covers the LGB-190ZT, and LGB-190TT models. The illustrations and on-screen

LGB-190WT,

LGB-190XT,

LGB-190PT

displays in this user manual are for explanation

purpose and may vary slightly from the actual operations.

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or use a loose wall outlet. • The connection between the external antenna and the internal wiring should be turned inside to avoid any inflow of rain. A melted coating may cause fire or electrical shock. turn off the power and pullout sure other devices including the antenna or the connectors • The mains plug shall remain readily operable. This may cause electrical shock • Do not bend or pullout the power cord using force. • Keep the power cord away from any heating devices. power cords or plugs. • Do not use multiple devices with one outlet. Internal overheating may cause (below 5°C). relocating the product.General Safety Precautions General Safety Precautions Power • Plug the power cord into the correct power outlet. nor place heavy objects over it. etc. Also make are removed from the outlets before power cord. • Do not install the product on the floor. Someone (especially English-4 . • Plug as disconnection the plug from the power outlet. The product may cause serious children). • Place the antenna as far away as possible from any high-voltage cables. places or automobiles. may cause fire. Placing it close to a heating device may cause fire. This may cause electrical shock or fire. • Do not use the product in places with low temperatures • Avoid installing the product in poorly ventilated shortage and fire. Installation • Keep the product away from any heating devices. • When removing the product. Overheating the outlet may cause fire. • Do never touch the power cord with wet hands. injury. Install it on an even. smoky or humid (or exposed to rain/water) This may cause fire. • Do not use the product in humid places. An unstable connection • Do not use damaged or fire. Exposing the LCD to water (rain) will cause electrical shock or fire. • Make sure you pullout the power cord holding the plug itself. Humidity will shorten the life of the product and may cause an electrical shortage or fire. An internal disconnection may cause fire. Otherwise you may suffer electrical shock or fire due to a damaged device shall remain to be readily approached by user. may cause an electrical places.). • Do not install the product in oily. Touching the high voltage wiring may cause fire or electrical shock. This may cause electrical shock. Internal overheating • Do not install the product in an unstable place or on a small stand. stable place as it is front-heavy. children) may trip over it. if it falls on somebody (especially or curtain. • Be sure not to cover the ventilator (with a table-cloth an electrical shortage and fire.

• Do not place anything over the product that children may try to reach. smell something Customer This may cause damage to the product and reach. as it will damage the LCD surface. while any falling of the product may cause injury. • Use only specified batteries and do not use an old battery along with a new one. Do this to avoid electrical shock or fire. This will protect you from electrical shock or fire. benzene. • Do not use a solvent. reduce its life span. aroma. thinners.General Safety Precautions Usage • Unplug the product from the wall outlet and do not touch the antenna during a thunderstorm. • If the product breaks down. The device may cause serious injury or death if it falls on them. • Keep children from climbing over the product. the AV input terminal or the slots for the modules or Smartcards. to clean the TV. This will prevent electrical shock or fire. Contact your local customer support. • Do not insert any metal or a flammable object or an alien substance into the ventilator. Do not use chemicals alcohol. • Do not disassemble. • Do not sprinkle water on the product. small metals or heavy objects over the product. like wax. turn off the power and unplug it from the outlet before contacting Support. physical damage or pollution of the surroundings. This may cause electrical shock or fire. Cleaning • Unplug the power cord before cleaning the product. keep it out of children's If a child swallows a battery. flower vases. • When you notice something strange like an odd noise. This may cause electrical burning or see smoke. Align the batteries according to the correct polarity (+ or -). • When removing the battery from the product. beverage cans. • Do not use sharp tools such as a pin or a pencil near the TV. Aligning them incorrectly may cause an internal explosion or a leakage of the internal liquid. consult a doctor immediately. English-5 . The device may cause serious injury or death if it falls on them. unplug the power cord and contact your local Customer Support. lubricator or cleanser. such as benzene. This may cause electrical shock or fire. • Keep the product away from inflammable sprayers or ignitable objects. leading to electrical shock. as they may scratch the LCD surface. Contact of these contents with the product may cause electrical shock or fire. prevent damage to the unit due to lightning and power-surges. This will the product at your discretion. • Keep dust or water away from the pins or touching points of the power plug. • Use only a soft dry cloth as the surface is weak on scratch. • Do not place water-pots. repair or reconstruct shock or fire. Exposure to these may cause explosion or fire.

Connecting to the DVD Player Connecting to the Set-Top Box Conditonal Access System Connecting Headphones Connecting to the PC 14 14 15 17 19 21 22 22 Chapter 3 » Initial Setup Wizard Running Initial Setup Wizard 23 23 Chapter 4 » Basic Operation Turning on Your TV Selecting the Menu Language Selecting the Main Input Source Viewing Channel List Displaying Information Digital Programme Features 24 24 24 25 25 26 28 Chapter 5 » Using the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) Viewing the Electronic Programme Guide(EPG) Viewing Reserved Programme Finding a Programme 29 29 31 32 Chapter 6 » Setting Channels Scanning Analog Channels Automatically Scanning Analog Channels Manually Editing Analog Channels Scanning Digital Channels Automatically Scanning Digital Channels Manually Editing Digital Channels Editing Favourite Digital Channels 33 33 34 35 36 37 38 40 Chapter 7 » Setting the Picture Selecting a Picture Mode Customizing the Picture Settings .Contents Chapter 1 » Getting Started Package Contents Front & Top Panel Rear & Side Panel Remote Control Buttons Installing on the Wall 8 8 9 10 12 13 Chapter 2 » Connecting Your TV Connecting to an Aerial or a Cable TV Connecting to the VCR.42 42 42 English-6 .

57 58 59 59 59 60 60 Chapter 13 » Setting the PC Auto Configure Position Clock Phase Menu Map Troubleshooting Specification Service and Support 61 62 64 65 English-7 .47 47 48 49 49 50 50 Chapter 10 » DTV Setup Language Setting Miscellaneous Settings Software Update Status Signal Detection 51 51 52 53 56 56 Chapter 11 » Setting the Aspect Ratio Chapter 12» Using the Teletext..45 45 45 46 46 Chapter 9 » Setting the System Setting the Time Information Parental Control Common Interface Panel Off VFD Clock Default Settings .Contents Fleshtone Colour Temperature Adjusting Backlight Brightness 43 43 44 Chapter 8 » Setting the Sound Setting the Sound Effect Adjusting the Sound Balance Adjusting the Volume Automatically Setting the TruSurround XT .

Package Contents LCD TV User's manual Remote control AAA batteries (X2) English-B .Chapter 1 »Getting Started Here the shown illustration is LGB-190ZT model and may be somewhat different from your TV.

....... < VOL buttons Adjusts the volume..... J... TV/AV button Displays input source.. ..........I:~:"~ 2 I·········· jU~m~~m:~:==:. · · · · . MENU button Displays the on-screen Standby button Switches between operation and standby modes.I..... 3 VFD (Vacuum Fluorescent Used for the radio channels........(except LGB-19DTT) 4V 5 6 7 P A buttons Selects channels. .. .........•. ~~~ : 4 5 6 7 8 I.... Display) ----. J..Chapter 1 » Getting Started Front & Top Panel ...... directly from your remote control and passes them 2 Standby indicator Turns on blue during the Standby mode. 3 1 Remote control sensor Receives commands on... 8 English-9 ...~j ........... > menu.....

videogame 2 S-VIDEO INPUT Connects to the S-Video jack of a camcorder. CI (Common Interface) SLOT 4 A slot for a CI Module.Chapter 1 »Getting Started Rear & Side Panel I Side Panel II+-++---. similar devices. English-10 . and 3 HIP (Headphones) Connects to headphones.--·······~············[ 2 3 1 AV2 (CVBS) INPUT Connects to the audio and video output jacks of a camcorder. and similar devices. video game console.

DVD. HDMIINPUT Receives uncompressed digital audio and video signals from the device that supports High Definition Multi-media Interface (HDMI). 6 English-11 . SERVICE ONLY (RS232C) Connects to the PC to update the software of the TV. such as VCR. video game console or video disc players. PC INPUT/PC AUDIO INPUT Connect to the video and audio output jacks on your PC.Chapter 1 » Getting Started I Rear Panel 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 RF INPUT Connects to an antenna or a cable system. 3 4 5 COMPONENT INPUT Connects to Video (Y/Pb/Pr) and audio (LlR) components. AV1 (SCART) INPUT Inputs or Outputs for external devices.

(Page) Switches channels or pages. @]) (Index) Displays the teletext index page. TELETEXT Function Buttons ~ (Teletext On/Off) Activates or deactivates the teletext service. Movie. To cancel. Number (0-9) buttons Enters the channel number for direct display. SND EFFECT Selects the sound effect (Flat. P+/. VOL +. (§) (Hold) Holds the current teletext page not updating it. OK Confirms (save or enter) your choice in the On Screen Display (OSD) menu.. @!) (Mode) Selects the teletext mode (LIST/ FLOF) @!) (Size) Displays the double-size letters. display the favourite channel list. @1) (Reveal) Shows the hidden information.Chapter 1 »Getting Started Remote Control Buttons TV/AV Displays all available input sources. SLEEP Selects a preset time interval for switching the TV to standby mode automatically. I(J? (SOUNDTRACK) Selects the sound mode (Stereo/ Mono) in Analog TV input or the soundtrack list in Digital TV input. or User). Adjusts the opacity to the background in Teletext mode. Full or Zoom). Dynamic. PIC MODE Selects the picture mode (Standard. press the MUTE. TEXT Shows MHEG (digital teletext information) English-12 . BACK Returns to the previous display. or User). 14:9. 4:3. Arrow (JJ. EPG Displays the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) in Digital TV input. VOL+/Adjusts the volume. Press the JJ. TV/RADIO Switches between digital TV and radio modes. STANDBY Puts your TV in standby mode. m(Mix) Overlaps the teletext with the broadcasting screen. In Digital TV input mode. EXIT Exits from the currently displayed menu. SNOOZE Switch into the standby mode momentarily. /~) buttons Controls the selection in the On Screen Display (OSD) menu. Used to enter digit numbers. @BI (Cancel) Displays the TV programme when searching for the new teletext page. WIDE Select the aspect ratio (Auto. switches to a favourite channel. MUTE Mutes the sound. 61 (Subtitle) Displays the subtitle language list in Digital TV input. Music../'f button to select a required input source. Coloured Buttons Used for interactive applications in the EPG. MENU Displays the On Screen Display (OSD) menu./'f / . Speech. FAV In Analog TV input mode. INFO Displays information on the current channel or input. LIST Displays the channel list. Edit Channels and Teletext mode. Mild.button. or VOL. Circulates through favourite channels in sequent order while watching TV. Movie. ~(Time) Display the current time at the top right hand corner of the screen.

Do not install the set on a weak surface such as plaster or foam board. Notes: 1. TIP: This Television is compliant with the VESA wall mounting standard. Please ask the installers to install the wall mount bracket. 1 Before you install. Installing on the Wall You can install the TV on the wall using a mounting bracket (sold separately). Please tightly secure the wall mount bracket to the wall to avoid injury from a falling TV. 2. 2 3 Insert two AAA size 1.5V batteries ensuring that the plus(+) and minus(-) signs of the batteries are correctly aligned. A Each may have its Here the shown be somewhat illustration are for explanation purpose and may different depending on the type of mounts. 3. Stick the TV with main body bracket into the wall bracket attached on the wall. then separate the TV and stand-base screws. variety of Mounts are available through your local retailer.Chapter 1 » Getting Started I Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control You must insert or replace the batteries in the remote control when: + You just purchased TV + Remote control does not work 1 Remove the cover on the rear of the remote control by pressing the symbol (T) downwards and then pulling firmly to remove it. Tighten up a safety-screw. Close the cover. by removing the 2 3 4 Attach your main body bracket on the TV and fix using screws firmly. English-13 . Note: Do not mix different battery types such as alkaline with manganese. unique installation instructions.

Turn on the TV. RF Cable TV 1 Connect the RF coaxial cable from an aerial or a cable TV to the RF jack on the rear of the TV.Chapter 2 » Connecting Your TV Here the shown illustration is LGB-190ZT model and may be somewhat different from your TV. Connecting to an Aerial or a Cable TV To view the television channels correctly. For proper reception of signals. a signal must be received by the broadcasting provider. 3. please purchase a signal amplifier and install properly. an external antenna is required. English-14 . For best reception. 2 Notes: 1. and then press the TVIAV button to select Digital TV or Analog TV. To receive an optimal signal. To improve the picture quality in a poor signal area. that you use a 75 ohm IEC- 2. an outdoor antenna is recommended. it is recommended type coaxial cable.

8-V1DEO VIDEO @@@ @@@ L-AUDIO-R VCR Y Pb Pr • = 1 Connect the video cable between the VIDEO (AV2) input jack on TV and the video output jack on your VCR. (AV2) input jacks on TV Turn on the TV. Turn on your VCR. Turn on your VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner's manual) English-15 . then insert a video cassette into the VCR and press the PLAY button on your VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner's manual) I Using the AudioNideo (Composite) Cable Audio cable Video cable . and then press the TV/AV button to select AV1. then insert a video cassette into the VCR and press the PLAY button on the VCR. and then press the TV/AV button to select AV2.Chapter 2» Connecting YourTV Connecting to the VCR I Using the SCART Cable e RF ~ PC B VIDEO @@@ @@@ L-AUDIO-R Y Pb Pr VCR S-V1DEO • = 1 Connect the SCART cable between the AV1 jack on TV and the SCART jack on your VCR.. 2 3 4 Connect the audio cable between the AUDIO-UR and the audio output jacks on your VCR. 2 3 Turn on the TV.

Turn on your VCR. S-VIDEO e VCR ~~i Y Pb Pr • = 1 Connect the S-Video cable between the S-VIDEO input jack on TV and the S-Video output jack on your VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner's manual) English-16 . then insert a video cassette into the VCR and press the PLAY button on your VCR. unlike composite video which carries the entire set of signals in one package. S-Video does not carry audio. a separate audio connection is required.Chapter 2 » Connecting Your TV I Using the Audio/S-Video Cable S-Video carries the video data as two separate signals (brightness and colour). (AV2) input jacks on TV Turn on the TV. 2 3 4 Connect the audio cable between the AUDIO-LIR and the audio output jacks on your VCR. and then press the TV/AV button to select S-Video. Hence.

Turn on your DVD player. Y/B-Y/R-Y orY/Cs/CR. (Refer to the DVD player owner's manual) Note: Depending on the manufacturer. video cables between the COMPONENT VIDEO . Turn on your DVD player. 2 3 Turn on the TV. HDMI DVI • r~O] DVD I 1 Connect the SCART cable between the AV1 jack on TV and the SCART jack on your DVD player. Y/Ps/PR. the Y/Pb/Pr jacks may be identified as English-17 . then insert a DVD into the DVD player and press the PLAY button on your DVD player. and then insert a DVD into the DVD player and press the PLAY button on your DVD player. and then press the TV/AV button to select Component. (Refer to the DVD player owner's manual) I Using the Audio/Component Video Cable e AV1 PC AUDIO ~ c:3 Component cable @@ R-AUDIO-L i '" @@ Pb Y c:3 HOMI ~ DVI • r~:ol I DVD 1 Connect the component DVD player. Turn on the TV. and then press the TV/AV button to select AV1.Y/Pb/Pr input jacks on TV and the component video output jacks on your 2 3 4 Connect the audio cable between the AUDIO-UR (for COMPONENT) input jacks on TV and the audio output jacks on your DVD player.Chapter 2» Connecting YourTV Connecting to the DVD Player I Using the SCART Cable ~~ PC AUDIO PC Y Pb p.

(Refer to the DVD player owner's manual) English-18 . then insert a DVD into the DVD player and press the PLAY button on your DVD player. 2 3 Turn on the TV. 1 Connect the HDMI cable between the HOMI input jack on TV and the HDMI output jack on your DVD player. and then press the TV/AV button to select HOMI. Turn on your DVD player.Chapter 2 » Connecting Your TV I Using the HOMI Cable Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is the leading new standard for High-Definition Digital video and audio interconnection.

Turn on the TV. the Y/Pb/Pr jacks may be identified as English-19 . and then press the TV/AV button to select AV1. (Refer to the STB owner's manual) input Note: Depending on the manufacturer. video output jacks on your 2 3 4 Connect the audio cable between the AUDIO-UR (for COMPONENT) jacks on TV and the audio output jacks on your STB. and then press the TV/AV button to select Component. Y/Ps/PR. Y/B-Y/R-Y orY/Cs/CR.. Turn on your STB. (Refer to the STB owner's manual) I Using the Audio/Component Video Cable <OJ AV1 PC AUDIO ~ PC c:3 Audio cable Component cable S-VIDEO o @ R-AlDO- @ L i Pr @ Pb @ Y • rQl STB 1 Connect the component video cables between the COMPONENT VIDEO . 2 3 Turn on the TV.Chapter 2» Connecting YourTV Connecting to the Set-Top Box I Using the SCART cable PC AUDIO SERVICE ONLY ® L~~ ~~ ~~i _.Y/Pb/Pr input jacks on TV and the component STB. [QI-EI otrr STB • ~ 1 Connect the SCART cable between the AV1 jack on TV and the SCART jack on your STB. Turn on your STB.

Turn on your STB. @ Pb @ Y <=3 ~ DIll • 1'61 ~I 1 Connect the HDMI cable between the HOMI input jack on TV and the HDMI output jack on your STB. (Refer to the STB owner's manual) 2 3 English-20 . reJ PC AUDIO ~ PC E:3 HOMI 0 SERVICE ONLY HDMI cable STB ~ +++ @ @ R-ALIlIO-L i p.Chapter 2 » Connecting Your TV I Using the HOMI Cable Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is the leading new standard for High-Definition Digital video and audio interconnection. Turn on the TV. and then press the TV/AV button to select HOMI.

.. · 1 Follow the instructions of the module and insert the Smartcard into the Common Interface (CI) module.........Chapter 2» Connecting YourTV Conditonal Access System (for the digital channels only) Conditional Access System (CAS) is a technology to digital television (DTV) services to authorised transmitted programming... .. used to control access users by encrypting the I Inserting a CI Module (with Smartcard) CI Module looks like a PC Card (called PCMCIA) for laptops. suitable for different coding systems . ... · · · .... Note: Ensure the Smartcard or CI module is inserted in the right direction... English-21 ....... ·.. Inserting in the wrong direction may cause damage to the Smartcard or CI module. Insert the CI module completely into the slot. 2 3 Keep the CI module(with the Smartcard) vertically... There are different kinds of CI Modules.........

9 48.4 47. 2 3 Connect the audio cable between the PC AUDIO jack on TV and the audio output jack on your PC. at a high volume may cause health Connecting to the PC E:3 HDMI SERVICE ONLY PC ---------------------- • ~ -~ =. Note: Prolonged use of headphones damage on your ears.8 47. ~ 1 Connect the PC cable between the PC jack on TV and the PC output jack on your PC.Chapter 2 » Connecting Your TV Connecting Headphones Connect a set of headphones programme without disturbing to HIP jack on TV if you want to watch a television other people close to you.5 37. Turn on the TV.7 60 60 60 60 60 English-22 . and then press the TVIAV button to select PC.~~'. Supported Display Resolution (PC) Mode Resolution Horizontal Frequency (kHz) Vertical Frequency (Hz) VESA 640 x 480 800 x 600 1024 x 768 1280 x 768 1360 x 768 31.

if only.Chapter 3 » Initial Setup Wizard Running Initial Setup Wizard Wizard Lan ua e Search En lish Country Channel When you turn on your TV for the first tirne after purchase or perforrn the default setting. press the BACK button to exit saved in order. The On Screen Display (OSD) rnenu will be shown in the selected language. will be autornatically C!:!33Stop Note: If you do not want to setup the channels at this tirne. You can easily setup the available analog and digital channels using the wizard. you can setup it later using the Channel rnenu. 2 BMove Wizard Language Country Channel Search Analog Digital Channel Channel Found Found English Select Country using the A/T button. press the BACK button. The scanned channels are autornatically channels. UK 1 Select the language of your choice using the "/~ button. To stop scanning Scan Progress 5 After the channel scanning cornpletes. the initial setup wizard will appear autornatically. CD Select 3 4 UK 90 25 80% Select the country where you are now located using the "/~ Select Channel Search using the A/T button and press the OK button. The first scanned digital channel. First scans analog and then digital channels. search. English-23 . button. It starts to scan channels. displayed.

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Programme information is always displayed for a specific period of time whenever you switch digital channels. You can view the information by pressing the OK or INFO button while watching a digital programme. Programme information is available only for digital channels. is displayed at the bottom of the screen as

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English-27 . current tirne and sound rnode (or source resolution) by pressing the INFO button while watching an analog TV channel or external input source. Note: Whenever you switch channels.Chapter 4 » Basic Operation I p Simple Information You can view the inforrnation such as the channel nurnber (or input source). this inforrnation is displayed for 2 seconds. S-Video) (Cornponent. HDMI) (AV1/2. P 11 ----- Component am 10:25 Stereo AV1 10:25 10:25 720x480p • Analog TV Input • External Input • External Input PC.

Note: You should select Off from the subtitle language to display teletext(MHEG). 1 Press the SOUNDTRACK button to display soundtrack list. Off 3 Select Off from the subtitle language list if you do not wish to display subtitles in the screen./~ buttons. buttons). In which case.. stereo) using the . simply follow the given instructions(press @@@ @@@ em 0 TEXT 1 Press the TEXT button to access teletext(MHEG) features. you can select the If the current programme language for the Subtitle. and press the OK button. right. Teletext services often load automatically is displayed.. you can access them. you can select 0 @ If the current programme the language that you wish to listen in. I Displaying Digital Teletext (MHEG) shortly after the Digital Teletext window color If your chosen channel has teletext (MHEG) features. I @@@@ @@@O Subtitle English TEXT Changing Subtitle Language provides Subtitle information. ~"D 0"~ 3 4 Select Audio preference(left. and press Press the EXIT or SOUNDTRACK button to exit the soundtrack list. Press the P+I. the OK button. 2 Select your desired subtitle language using the A/T button. 2 3 Press the TEXT button again to return to normal viewing. Then the subtitle will be displayed in the selected language at the bottom of the screen. English-28 . 1 Press the SUBTITLE button to display the subtitle language list.. I ® @) @ @@@ Audio Changing Audio Options is available in multiple audio languages.button to exit this service. 2 English German German French Select your desired audio language using theA/T and OK button to change the audio soundtrack.Chapter 4 » Basic Operation Digital Programme Features (for digital channels only) These functions are available only for digital channels.

. 1 Press the EPG button. You can view programme e~e 1 Press the EPG button./~ button. Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) is available only for digital channels. to . _.... use the P+I. Press the RED button to display the channel list group. Mlllrtldolll\d wtmW4 broodcoHt«r from ". select a sub-group guide for 2 3 4 button and press the OK button.nttld. Move to previous or next programme . 11 llfJ~ •• DANNIWlNS'SUR'III\IOR" 'llpartt Donnl Bootwrililht.. Also. you can enter the channel number using the NUMBER(O-9) buttons on the remote control to move to the channel directly...r«<!q~ 4 5 Select a programme and press the OK button.. If there are multiple channels. Press the INFO button in the selected programme to view the detailed information (if available) of the selected programme. Select a channel list group using the A/T button. thtatJ-~NIId ow. English-29 . Note: Press the EPG or EXIT button to exit the EPG screen. _.(Page) button to move to channels by page. Move the cursor to the sub-group using the A/T using the ~ button. I l!J[!]C]IT) Viewing by Channel List Groups information of the selected channel list by groups.. Then you can watch the programme if it is on air. based on the date and time. You can also schedule your watching using the information given. "'lloft~ou. ~ I.. within the same channel using the 2 3 1010 R8:illty TV 013:10-14:00 Move to another channel using the A/T button. The programme the selected channel list is displayed.Chapter 5 » Using the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) The Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) displays programme information about each digital channel. Viewing the Electronic Programme Guide(EPG) You can view programme information for all digital channels.

Mule. restricted by watching time. Press the OK button again to cancel reservation.. Note: If the channel is locked. Now ~111Ir Bel. to . .10-14. If you have forgotten your password. 4 Each button functions as follows.. When a reservation has been completed. of tl'llotherCXmJI!Itit6N Kol'IMI.e .. The default password is 0000..ted. English-30 . Moves forwards to one day ahead. Moves back to the previous programme or 30 minutes before. sa: ~)" e.tr Select the each button using the . button and press the OK button to exit the time bar... or 30 minutes ahead.. and press the OK button.porta~trfrom OIJ'twilbd.e61loftIWotflerCXl1p. Reserving a Programme for the future programmes you wish to watch You can make reservations automatically. If you press the button repeatedly. Day Day~ 5 Select I '0 813. the icon ('0) is displayed on the reserved programme. Home Sholl9irul DAN~I WINS ) . edit or screen displays the reserved programme delete the reservations. 1009 DLmI TV sscrt HIIII~n Show Me. FinlncilllNew9 ~ GIIr..(111 T 1012 101:1: lOU I'm: Blratk r . the same operation is repeated.:ll:'n . OINiMwa ~Clmj!Uleri . /~ button and press the OK button to move the time bar. Moves forwards to 2 hours ahead.. ~~ . 14:00 OtJtwtt. you will be prompted to enter your password to complete the reservation.GUtlalltedlhdoutpla. The confirm ~y&He!lle. from 1(0_. 2 3 !ott ~_IDI o Group ~ Time Bar 10 Schedule 0 Find _ Select OK and press the OK button to reserve the programme..Chapter 5 » Using the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) I Viewing Using Time Bar You can quickly search the time zone using the time bar.~ ON6IKHI. ~ Moves to the current programme where the cursor is located. uve cencere . Press the GREEN button to display time bar. Press the EPG button. artlalMd Ind outpIa. Moves forwards to the next programme Moves back to 2 hours before.. The schedule list and lets you review.ftitan1to.00 OANNI WlNS.13.. 4 Press the YELLOW button to move to the Schedule screen.oo OANNI WlWS."SUWMJJr D6nnl8oltwrishl thi:ll{-YMr-oId ."stHMVOJr D6nni 80Itwrlshl thI :1I:-YMr-oId.. please contact your local TV distributor.1CJ-104. 1 "0 Press the EPG button. 3 . Select the desired programme message will be displayed. Moves back to one day before..

If the programme is overlapped with another programme. The options are Once ('0). you will be prompted to enter your password to complete the reservation. /~ button. 6 I 1 Adding a Reservation Select a blank space and press the OK button to add a new reservation schedule. adjust the reservation appropriately. and Time using the NUMBER (0-9) buttons.. 2 3 4 5 Change Repeat mode using the . Select Save and press the OK button to complete. I 1 Editing a Reservation Select the scheduled reservation programme and press the OK button to edit the information. Daily Crn) and Weekly ("@I). 0000. The default password is please contact your local product English-31 . /~ button. using the Schedule screen. Select Cancel and press the OK button to cancel the reservation. If you have forgotten your password. If the channel is locked. 2. restricted by watching time.Chapter 5 » Using the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) Viewing Reserved Programme You can add or edit the reservation Press the EPG button. The options are Once (CO). Select Save and press the OK button to complete. No. Notes: 1. Press the YELLOW button. Change Channel No. 2 3 4 5 Change Channel Change Repeat mode using the . and Time using the NUMBER (0-9) buttons. Daily Cgj) and Weekly ("@I). distributor.. Select Cancel and press the OK button to cancel the editing. Select Delete and press the OK button to delete the reserved programme.

Hnd Programme by Name _. you can watch the programme I-Undll"SSified By. name directly using the keyboard displayed on the AllYl . from Found by genre. If you select Previous or Next on the keyboard displayed on the screen and press the OK button. If you want to I press the BACK button to return to the previous Note: Found Programme programme information.11 •• ~ . 5 Select By Genre and press the OK button to search programme Select the genre using the A/T 1<t4/~ If you select a programme find another programmes.r.. Press the EPG button.0'L L IV 3 4 Enter the programme screen.: i C CI I:: F G fI I J L 1-1 When entering programme button.. select Find and press the OK t. name is complete. menu. List may differ depending on the provided 29 HomeCGV ContAct Ganrv. Keyword A (1= (. Select the letter using the A/T 1<t4/~ button and press the OK button to enter the programme name on the keyboard screen.Chapter 5 » Using the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) Finding a Programme You can sufficiently find the programme you want by programme name or genre. Programme List screen and press 7 Dr~mll_ the OK button.Iotwie Total: 1/30 English-32 . if it is on air. the keyboard layout is switched..:lirmKmt button and press the OK button. Press the BLUE button.. 2. 6 Entert.lOPC~9TU\l'WXVZ I :2: 3 Notes: [ 1 w +- 1.

. It starts to scan channels. 2 3 4 5 Analog Channel Found 30 6 Scan Progress 80% 7 After the channel scanning completes. Select the country where you are now located using the . Select Auto Search using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. Please make Analog channels can be scanned only in Analog sure the main Input is set to Analog TV using the TVIAV button. press the BACK button. Select Country using the A/T button. Select Channel using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. To stop scanning channels. will be automatically English-33 . if only. 1 Press the MENU button. search. TV input mode.Chapter 6 » Setting Channels Scanning Analog Channels Automatically You can automatically (availability scan channels for the frequency ranges available depends on your region). Press the OK button to start to scan channels. Search is highlighted.. The first scanned channel./~ button.. The scanned channels are automatically saved in order. press the BACK button to exit displayed.

11 Enter the new channel name using the A/T I . I... Channel mode display • C (Air channel mode): You can select channels by entering the assigned number for broadcasting stations on air in this mode. select Name using the A/T button.... 12 99 (14 ~~ 8 9 10 Select the required signal source (VHF/UHF or Cable) using the . Select Programme No using the A/T button and select the programme number you would like to assign by pressing the . Select Fine Tune using the A/T button and press the . OK or L) using the ... 2 3 4 5 Select Manual Search using the A/T Colour System is highlighted. Select Audio System standard (Auto../~ button. 1 UK Press the MENU button. PAL. 12 13 14 Select Search using the A/T button and press the ../~ or NUMBER (0-9) button. or SECAM) using the using the A/T button. • S (Cable channel mode): You can select a channel by entering the assigned number for cable channels in this mode..../~ button to obtain a good quality of the picture and sound until you reach the optimal setting. button and press the OK or ~ button.../~ button to start searching channels.Chapter 6 » Setting Channels Scanning Analog Channels Manually You can save each channel as you identify... Select Save and press the OK button to save. Select Channel using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. To change channel names... Select Channel using the A/T button and choose the channel number pressing the .. English-34 ./~ button. Analog channels can be scanned only in Analog sure the main Input is set to Analog TV input mode./~ or NUMBER (0-9) button.. Please make TV using TVIAV button. BG VHF/UHF 6 7 Select the required audio system (BG.. Select Band using the A/T button..~ buttons and press the OK / button... Select the required broadcasting ./~ button.

The P+I. select a favourite channel you want to delete and press the YELLOW button. Analog channels are editable only in Analog TV input mode. ® button and press the I 1 Skipping Channels IIIIC!J[I][I][!)IIII Once channels are selected to skip. move or add into favorite channel group the saved analog channels. you can delete. Select a channel to skip using the A/T button and press the GREEN button. I 1 y1 Deleting Channels You can delete channels from the list. Select a channel you want to delete using the A/T RED button. I~ 1 Select a channel to add into the favourite channel group using the A/T button and press the YELLOW button.buttons will not function for the skipped channels.Chapter 6 » Setting Channels Editing Analog Channels After channel scanning completes. UK 1 Press the MENU button. skip. you can select the skipped channels using number buttons only. 2 3 Select Edit Channels The Edit Channels using the A/T menu will appear. (CD) mark appears next to the channel name. Please make sure the main Input is set to Analog TV using TVIAV button. I 1 Moving Channels You can change the location of channels. Select Channel using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. The selected channel is moved to its new location and all English-35 . (>tI) mark appears next to the channel name. I Adding Favourite Channels CDI Gvlll 8 0 leI) You can add favourite channels into the favourite channel group. button and press the OK or ~ button. If you press the FAV button. each favourite channel can be selected in sequent order. To delete the favourite channels from the group. 2 Move the selection to a new location using the A/T other channels are shifted accordingly.) mark appears next to the channel name. To clear the skipped channels. (. select the channel you don't want to skip and press the GREEN button. Select a channel to move the location using the A/T button and press the BLUE button. The selected channel is deleted. button and press the BLUE button.

. English-36 .. 8 After the channel scanning completes. TV input mode. press the OK button.. Note: The default password is 0000. 1 Press the MENU button Select Channel using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. select Save using the A/T button and press the OK button to save the founded channels. please contact your local TV distributor. If you have forgotten your password. Select Auto Search Search is highlighted. 6 7 Press the OK button to start searching channels. Please make Digital channels can be scanned only in Digital sure the Main Input is set to Digital TV using the TVIAV button. 2 3 Auto Search Enter your password Select Country by pressing the NUMBER button.Chapter 6 » Setting Channels Scanning Digital Channels Automatically You can automatically (availability scan digital channels for the frequency ranges available depends on your region). (0-9) buttons./~ button. 4 5 using the A/T Select the country where you are now located using the . To stop scanning channels. It starts to scan channels. using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button.

the appropriate channel for the entered frequency is automatically displayed in Channel. Notes: 1. If you have forgotten your password. using the A/T Select one option among Auto. 1/16 and 1/32 using the A/T button. button. 13 14 Select Network button. using the A/T 6 Select one of channel using the A/T Channel Frequency Mode • 7 When entering the channel number. select Save using the A/T button 16 After the channel scanning completes. and press the OK 10 11 12 Select among Auto. 2k and 8k using the A/T button. The channel numbers are determined by the broadcasting stations. select Search using the A/T button and press the OK button to start searching channels. then Auto can be selected. If the information Select Guard Interval is not known. the appropriate frequency value is automatically displayed in Frequency. In Italy. When entering the frequency. Select Channel using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. then Auto can be selected. If specified frequency channel information and other channel information are provided together. is also searched. the channel. Select Frequency using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. The default password is 0000. 9 Select Mode using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. 15 When completed. 1/8. It starts to scan channels. contact your local TV distributor. please English-37 . and press the OK button to save the founded channels. which belongs to other frequency channel. 1 UK Press the MENU button. Digital channels can be scanned only in Digital sure the Main Input is set to Digital TV input mode. Search using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ Select one option between Enable and Disable using the OK or ~ button. Please make TV using the TVIAV button. button and press the OK or ~ button. 1/4. button and press the OK or ~ button. is highlighted. Select Manual Search Selected Channel Select Channel using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. 2 3 4 5 Manual Search 123 2000 Auto Auto Enter your password by pressing the NUMBER (0-9) buttons. To stop scanning channels. 2. press the OK button. button and press the OK button. If the information is not known. and press the OK button.Chapter 6 » Setting Channels Scanning Digital Channels Manually You can manually select to scan digital channels. Guard Interval Network Search Enable Search Strength (50%) 8 Enter your desired frequency to search directly using the NUMBER (0-9) button and press the OK button. you can set the desired Bandwidth among 7 and 8MHz.

Press the OK or ~ button in Group to display channel list group. If there is no LeN channel. Select your desired channel list group using the A/T OK button. TV input mode. Please make Digital channels can be scanned only in Digital sure the Main Input is set to Digital TV using the TVIAV button.rl ~ I 1 2 Selecting Channel Group You can select the channel list group to edit TV or Radio. If you have forgotten your password. :~.. button and press the OK or ~ button.~ buttons. and press the I 1 2 Deleting Channels You can delete one or more channels. Edit Channels Q)l. button. the function of move is activated. button and press the OK or ~ button. please contact your local TV distributor. Select Channel using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. UK you can delete.Clf'. Note: The default password is 0000. Select a channel you want to delete using the A/T button.Chapter 6 » Setting Channels Editing Digital Channels After channel scanning completes. 1 2 Press the MENU button. lock. button and press the OK English-38 . and rename saved digital channels... and press the OK / button. 3 4 S Enter your password Select Edit Channels Select Edit Channels by pressing the NUMBER using the A/T using the A/T (0-9) buttons. Select Delete in the right using the A/T I . You can select multiple channels.

You can select only a single channel. 2 English-39 .. E ~ t F ~ C./~ button. button and press the OK 2 Select Lock in the right using the A/T I . 2 ChannelName A1ttl A N ~ Q C P D II H I m~ ~ y 'l L.. Select a channel you want to lock using the A/T button. Unlock in the right. Select Unselect All in the right and press the OK button to unselect all the selected channels. Select Select All in the right and press the OK button to select all channels. select the channel you want to unlock and select To unlock the locked channels. Move the cursor to the channel list using the . (IiI) mark appears next to the channel name..Nextj I 1 Selecting/Unselecting All Channels You can selectlunselect all channels at a time.I> j 2 ~ S ( I 1 +- ~Cance'J... When finishing entering channel name..Chapter 6 » Setting Channels I 1 Locking/Unlocking Channels You can lock or unlock one or more channels. Enter a channel name directly using the keyboard displayed on the screen. and press the OK button. Note: To watch the locked channels.. NUMBER (0-9) buttons.~ button and press the OK / button.J 3 4 5 Select Rename in the right using the A/T I . You can select multiple channels... .previousl. and press the OK / button.~ button. Select your desired channel and press the OK button. you must enter the password using the I 1 Edit Channels Renaming Channels You can change the channel name as you like.. select OK and press the OK button.

. and press remove in the favourite channel list. Note: The default password is 0000. . ul~ Premie-ntSpcrt2 117 Premiere El"[rt~kI [[] :2fI~ studk:lUnivel"8ll1 Pl'emlerest~rt lltr. ~ to Select your desired channel(s) in all TV/Radio channel list. mlI [IT! II§! 100 I Adding/Removing You can add favourite channel(s) favourite channels to the favourite channel list or remove the added favourite channel(s) from the list. button and press the OK or ~ 4 S Select Edit Channels using the A/T Select Edit Fav Chanls using the A/T button. 3 m to English-40 . 1Y1ITL~t8(:l'lU'Ind ~1'1 SUper en.1 \(OlI:Deutschlarni l~ lIfL&mp zr HIlmeStoppin.-t~M&.Chapter 6 » Setting Channels Editing Favourite Digital Channels You can add favourite channels or remove favourite channels from the favourite UK Manual Search list.. Edit Channels 1 2 EJDEnter Press the MENU button. Oeutll .Group Move Rename Sort UnselectAIl Adds the favourite channel Removes the channel from the favourite channel list Switches between TV and Radio channel list Changes the favourite channel group Moves the order of channel list within the favourite channel list Renames the favourite channel group Sorts channels by number or name in all TV/Radio channel list Unselect all the selected channels ~111 PrlIn!t lS7P~~I'IDeLrts. If you have forgotten your password. lr!-&Sat.. button and press the OK or ~ button.stl'1!et I.E. 3 Edit Channels Edit Fav Chanls by pressing the NUMBER (0-9) buttons. EJDEnter The buttons for editing the Favourite channel list are described Edit Favourite Channels (!)1~~. Select your desired channel(s) in favourite channel list.em m Add Remove TVIRadio Fav. lc. Digital channels are editable only in Digital TV input mode.$ PrlImieriSpert1 es Sill ND4IFornAI'1im SUIiI. please contact your local TV distributor.. Please make sure the Main Input is set to Digital TV using TVIAV button.. 1 2 Select a favourite group using 1riiJ.-TOIlrl eu ~H 113 I ml iii s m.1C1eut«N5M 21U tmlnUve 100 .1:2:~5 table. Select Channel using the A/T Enter your password button and press the OK or ~ button. in the following 20. and press add in the favourite channel list.

Select a favourite group to rename using Select . Select a favourite group using 2 3 4 5 Select your desired channel to move within the favourite channel list and press the OK button.. Sort a channel list You can sort all TV or Radio channel lists by channel number or name for easy channel search. Then select your desired group using the A/T button. Change between TV and Radio channel list You can add not only TV channel(s) but also Radio channel(s) channel list. If channel lists are sorted by channel number. When finishing entering the name. Press and press the OK button. Unselect all the selected channels Press . I Additional Features Additional Features provides many useful functions which are necessary to add favourite channel. Press ~ to the favourite to switch all channels into TV or Radio channels. English-41 . I 1 Renaming favourite groups You can rename the favourite groups. abc is displayed. Or. and press the OK button. abc is switched into 123. and press the OK button./~ button in the keyboard displayed on the screen. Move the cursor to your desired location using the A/T button. Select ~~ . button to unselect all the selected channels. When you press this button. Press this button to order channels by number. select OK and press the OK button. The selected channel(s) is moved into the desired location you selected.Chapter 6 » Setting Channels I 1 Moving favourite channels to your desired location within the favourite You can move favourite channel(s) channel list. Select a favourite channel group You can select your desired favourite channel list to edit. to display the favourite group list. if channel lists are sorted by channel name.t. and press the OK button.. all the channel lists are sorted by name. 2 3 4 Enter the new group name using A/T ..

Select Picture using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. Select the required picture mode using the ./~ button... and Colour are not available in the PC input English-42 .. Note: You can select a picture mode by simply pressing the PIC MODE button on the remote control. Contrast. Select the required option using the A/T button and press the . to suit your preference and viewing 1 Press the MENU button.. Colour so on. Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to return to the previous menu. 1 Press the MENU button. The following options are available: • Standard Shows the optimal sharpness of the picture if viewed in a well-lighted room. Mild Softens display with moderate sharpness of the picture.... and 2 3 • • • • <=JI (PIC MUTE MODE IIISND EFFECT I~ I~ 4 User Select User to set detailed options such as Brightness. I 5 Press EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to return to the previous menu. The Sharpness mode./~ button.. The following options are available: Brightness> Contrast> Sharpness> Colour 2 60 Off High 3 4 50 Press the . Movie Select Movie to lessen eye strain when watching a movie in a dark place.. Note: If you make any changes to the options. Select Picture using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button./~ button until you reach the optimal setting. Customizing the Picture Settings You can adjust the picture appearance situations. the picture mode is automatically switched to User. repeat the steps from 3 to 4. Dynamic Increases the clarity and sharpness of the picture. Press again to switch. To select other options.Chapter 7 » Setting the Picture Selecting a Picture Mode You can select the picture mode which best fits your viewing requirements.

To select other options. 2 3 4 Select Fleshtone using the A/T High Select the required fleshtone Off> Low> Medium> High using the .. using the . press the A/T button. button and press the OK or ~ button.. using the A/T Select the required colour temperature The following options are available: Normal> Cool> User> Warm 5 To customise A/T Red> button.. mode is Note: If you make any changes to the options. 1 45 50 50 Press the MENU button./~ button until you reach the optimal setting..Chapter 7 » Setting the Picture Fleshtone Use Fleshtone function to improve the picture quality by adjusting colour balance. select the required option using the The following options are available to make changes: Blue 6 Press the ... or set to Cool for displaying less intense colours with more blue.. 2 3 4 Temp./~ button. Select Picture Select Colour using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. the colour temperature automatically 7 switched to User. button. Set to Warm for intensifing hot colours such as red. Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to return to the previous menu. 5 Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to return to the previous menu. The following options are available.. Select Picture using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. Green> the colour temperature. 1 Standard 60 75 50 60 Press the MENU button. Colour Temperature You can change the colour of the entire screen to fit your needs. English-43 ../~ button.

English-44 ./~ button. The following options are available: High> Low> Medium 5 Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to return to the previous rnenu.. Select Backlight using the A/T button. 1 Standard 60 75 50 60 Off Press the MENU button. 2 3 4 Select the required option using the ... Select Picture using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button.Chapter 7 » Setting the Picture Adjusting Backlight Brightness You can adjust the brightness of Liquid Crystal Display (LCD).

. 2 3 4 5 Off English-45 . Speech Emphasises clear dialogue..51: 51<: 101: • • • 5 c=::J I (PIC MODE Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to return to the previous menu../~ button to make changes. sound options based on the programme 1 Press the MENU button. Music Enhances music quility. Press the . 1 On Press the MENU button. Adjusting the Sound Balance You can adjust the output of the right and left speakers to obtain the best stereo reproduction for your listening position. Flat Flat and pure sound. Movie Emphasises bass tones. The following options are available: • • User Customise your own sound effect. Sound Effect lets you enjoy the best sound without any special adjustment because the TV sets the appropriate content. Select Effect using the A/T button and press the OK button.Chapter 8 » Setting the Sound Setting the Sound Effect You can select the type of special sound effect when watching a broadcast. Select Sound using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to return to the previous menu. I 3~ [ SNDE MUTE I~ Note: You can select sound effect by simply pressing the SND EFFECT button on the remote control. Press again to switch. Select the required sound effect using the A/T button. Select Sound using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. 2 3 4 izu IIIII suo 1. Select Balance using the A/T button.

Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to return to the previous menu.Chapter 8 » Setting the Sound Adjusting the Volume Automatically Each broadcasting station has its own signal conditions. Select Sound using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. Select Sound using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. Select AVL(Auto Volume Level) using the A/T button./~ button. This feature lets you automatically adjust the volume of the selected channel by adjusting the sound output depending on the signal modulation. English-46 . virtual surround sound effect through two-speaker playback system. TruSurround XT technology is under license from SRS Labs. volume may not be adjusted each time you switch channels. Note: (~) incorporated is a trademark of SRS Labs. Inc../~ button. Inc. 1 2 Press the MENU button. 3 4 S Setting the TruSurround XT TruSurround XT is a patented SRS technology that solves the problem of playing 5..... TruSurround delivers a compelling. Select On/Off using the . 1 Flat Press the MENU button. Select SRS TruSurrond using the A/T button. o 2 3 4 S Select On/Off using the .. including built-in television speakers. It is fully compatible with all multi-channel audio formats. Press the EXIT button to return to Live TV or press the BACK button to return to the previous menu.1 multi-channel content over two speakers.

Then. enter hour/minute using the NUMBER(O-9) be turned on and buttons. if you press the STANDBY button.2007 10: 00 GMT +00 : 00 Power Off Time is enabled. At the preset time.03. turning I Disable Disable Setting the Current Time Press the MENU button. Off 7 Power On Time is enabled. button and press the OK or ~ button./~ button to select On.03. Select System using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button..... enter hour/minute buttons. using the NUMBER(O-9) Off Off I 11 Setting the Auto Power Off turned off to TV Off In case there is no signal.. you must set the local time first. English-47 . BMOJe CD Select Select Auto Power Off using the A/T button and press the . select Power On Time using the A/T button and press the . 9 To set time for turning off the power.Chapter 9 » Setting the System Setting the Time Information You can set the current time. And select your desired service between TV or Radio using the .. button and enter hour/minute using the Note: Your TV automatically sets and updates the time over the air when you successfully search digital terrestrial channels... 10 19. If you want to set time for automatically on/off the power. the TV is switched to the standby mode and will be worked again after 5 minutes./~ button. button and enter day/month/year Off Off TV Off Off 8 MOJe (!) Select 5 Select Local Time using the A/T NUMBER(O-9) buttons. The TV will automatically be turned off if there is no signal. within 10 minutes after the TV is turned on automatically at the preset time.. I 6 19... it is possible have your TV automatically reduce power consumption..2007 10: 00 GMT +00 : 00 Using the TV Timer Function You can schedule time for automatically turning on/off the power so that your TV will automatically be turned on and off at specific time you have scheduled. You must set the GMT Off set value in System> Time Setting> GMT Offset menu. TV Off Off 8 To switch into the standby mode momentarily automatically when the TV is turned on using the A/T button and at the preset time./~ button to select On./~ button to select On../~ button to select On.. select Power Off Time using the A/T button and press the . select Snooze press the . To set time for turning on the power. Then Date and Local Time menu will be disabled. using the 1 2 3 4 GMT +00 : 00 Select Time Setting using the A/T Select Date using the A/T NUMBER(O-9) buttons.. the TV will automatically display the preset service.

/~ button.. from unauthorised users according 1 Select Age Limit using the A/T Define ages for unauthorised using the . If you select a blocked channel "This programme appears. II Enter Your Password I Setting the Age Limit (for digital channels only) Age Limit enables you to block programmes to the age level you have defined. Enter your password by pressing the NUMBER (0-9) buttons. is blocked for age groups under 7. is blocked for age groups under 12. Select System using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button.. is blocked by age" message by the age 2.. 1 Press the MENU button. is blocked for age groups under 18. 2 users not to access to blocked programmes are not blocked. is blocked for age groups under 15. Lock All : All Programmes Notes: 1. You have to enter the password to watch the blocked programmes restriction. View All: All programmes 7 : Programmes 12 : Programmes 15 : Programmes 18 : Programmes button. This function is available only for the programmes with the age information.Chapter 9» Setting the System Parental Control This feature enables you to prevent unauthorised English users such as children from watching adult channels or programmes by using a password you have defined. are blocked without considering the age level. The Enter your Password dialog box is displayed. 2 Disable Disable 3 4 BMove c:::JDEnter Select Parental Ctrl using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. 3. English-48 .

button. please contact your local TV distributor. using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ 2 3 Enter your old password and enter your new password using the NUMBER (0-9) buttons. go out if there is no signal for 1 minute Note: When you are watching a radio channel. New Password I Note: The default password is 0000. ----(except LGB-19DTT) English-49 ./~ button. button and press the OK or ~ PC DTV Setup Panel VFD Default Off Clock Setting Disable Disable 2 3 4 Interface) using the A/T If Common Interface is available. The CI sub menu displays when inserting the CI module to the TV. Note: The displayed information depending about each Common Interface may differ on the type of Common Interface. II II ~ ~~~~~~~~ Enter Yo". you can view information about each Slot. channel name. button and press the OK or ~ button.. Panel Off You can set the LCD panel to go out automatically English for reduction of power consumption when watching a radio channel. 2 Disable 3 4 Select Enable using the . sound effect and volume. the LCD panel goes out and the VFD displays the information such as channel number. if the Panel Off function is Enable. Select Change Password button.. If you have forgotten your password. Select System using the A/T Select CI(Common button. The LCD panel will automatically when watching a radio channel. 8MOJe c:l3DEnter Enter the new password again to confirm. 1 Press the MENU button. Then your new password has been memorized. Common Interface Language Time Setting Ctrl Parental English (for digital channels only) You can view the current status of the CI module.Chapter 9 » Setting the System I 1 Changing the Password You can change the current password to a new one. Select System using the A/T Select Panel Off using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button.. 1 Press the MENU button. You can adjust those displayed on VFD.

the initial setup wizard will appear in a few seconds. 1 Press the MENU button. Default setting is completed. After completing automatically the default setting. English-50 . the VFD will display the current time. please contact your local TV distributor. button. Notes: 1. button and press the OK or ~ button. 2 Disable 3 4 Select VFD Clock using the A/T Select Enable using the ./~ button.. do as follows: 1 English Press the MENU button. Default Settings You can set your TV settings to the default setting values. The default password is 0000.Chapter 9» Setting the System VFD Clock English (except LGB-19DTT) You can set to display the current time on VFD in standby mode. the clock icon on VFD will be enabled. 2 3 Select Default Setting using the A/T The Enter Your Password dialog box is displayed.. To perform Default Setting. In standby mode. Select System using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. Select System using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. channel list. Warning: Please note that once you perform the Default Setting. al/ data such as aerial setting information.. Note: If the Power On Time function is enabled. 2. If you have forgotten your password. and user configured data are deleted. Disable Disable 4 5 Enter your password using the NUMBER(O-9) buttons to change all settings value to the factory default.

2 Select your desired option using the OK or ~ button. button. and press the OK I 1 Subtitle Display if provided. Select Subtitle Font using the A/T button. you can set the various options for digital channels such as the subtitle language. English-51 . Language Setting 1 DTV Setup I LanguageSeUing Miscellaneous Software Signal Settings Press the MENU button.Chapter 10» DTV Setup In this chapter. button and press the ~ button. button at remote @@@@ @@@O TEXT Manual I 1 Subtitle Font You can select the Subtitle font. Setting Language Language Display Font English English Auto Various ~ 1 1 Select one among Audio button. Select System using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. Setting Status using the A/T I Language I Audio Subtitle Subtitle Subtitle Audio/Subtitle Language You can set the language for Audio and Subtitle. Variable Fixed Uses the horizontally variable Subtitle Font. Uses the fixed Subtitle Font. Language or Subtitle Language using the A/T 2 3 Press the OK or ~ button to display the available language list. 2 Select your desired option using the OK or ~ button. Auto Subtitles are displayed automatically in the predefined subtitle language. button. Select your desired language using the A/T button. i-plate display time and software update. and press the OK or ~ -I 2 3 4 Update Detection Select DTV Setup using the A/T Select Language button. You can select whether or not to display the Subtitle automatically Select Subtitle Display using the A/T button. Subtitles are displayed in the language when you select the subtitle language by pressing the SUBTITLE controller. You can access to the DTV Setup menu only in Digital TV input mode.

and press the OK or 2 3 4 Miscellaneous Software Signal Update Detection Select DTV Setup using the A/T Status Select Miscellaneous Settings using the A/T ~ button. You can set whether or not to display the scrambled Select the Option in CH List using the A/T button. displayed when you switch the channel. the i-Plate will not be displayed when you switch the channel. and press the OK or ~ 2 Select a value between 1 .Chapter 10 » DTV Setup Miscellaneous Settings 1 DTV Setup Language Setting Settings Press the MENU button. button. I Miscellaneous Display Option Time in CH List i-Plate Display Time box is to be automatically You can set the duration during which the Information Settings 5~ 0. I 1 Select i-Plate Display Time using the A/T button. button. Select System using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button.20 seconds using the A/T the OK button. button. 2 Select one option from OnlOff using the OK or ~ button. I 1 Option in Channel List icon in channel list. and press Note: When it is set to Disable. button and press the ~ button. Off Scramble icon disappear in the channel list. English-52 . On Scramble icon display in the channel list.

humaxdigital. Scheduling operation cannot work during software update. • Please be careful not to pull out the signal line (co-axial Cable) during software update. It may take 5 -10 minutes to update software. the equipment may not be updated or work after software update. IOTA downloaded (Over the Air) of Over-the-Air. The equipment this manual. The manufacturer OTA.com. Update may be interrupted Notes: and the TV may not work. 3.http://www. must be tuned properly according to the guidelines within Update software when the quality of receiving signal strength is high. means that the software can be reserves the right to decide through your aerial. decides to release software downloading via a designated 2 3 4 The manufacturer aerial system. an abbreviation when and where to release software by this process. 1 The equipment should have appropriate loader software. The other functions of TV cannot work at all during software update. English-53 . The software update via your aerial will only occur under the following circumstances. perform the software update later. If the power is disconnected during software update.ltis recommended that you periodically check for the availability of software update. Caution: • Please be careful to keep the power on and the power cord plugged in during software update. 2. If the weather is not so good that the quality of receiving signal strength is not recommendable.Chapter 10» DTV Setup Software Update In order to maintain proper performance of the TV. it may cause fatal damage to the TV. The latest news and release of software versions may be found at the HUMAX website . it is essential to have the most up-to-date software. 1. Caution: Please note that if you don't have normal loader software.

Select System using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. button and press the ~ button. the software update.Chapter 10 » DTV Setup I 1 If new software is found when powering on A message will be displayed to notify that new software is found. 70600 Auto Auto You can perform Manual Update only if you know MUX information update correctly. use Manual Update. software is not found by Automatic Update. Automatically search for new software. the equipment powered off and on again. instead of channel number in which updated software is English-54 . and press the OK or ~ 2 3 4 Select DTV Setup using the A/T Software Update Signal Detection Status Select Software Update using the A/T button. button. Please wait until it is completed. Select Later and press the OK button to update later. Starts downloading completed. of software Guard Interval 1 Search Select Manual Update using the A/T button. Select Yes and press the OK button to update the software. 4 5 Performs Software Update. Select Yes and press the OK button to start updating. and press the OK or ~ 2 Select the channel number which provides update software. When completing and on again. Automatic Update You can set the TV to find HUMAX software update site and update software automatically. the TV is automatically powered off Manual Update Channel Frequency Mode Manual Update 50. is automatically I 1 DTV Setup LanguageSeUing MiscelianeousSeUings If updating software from Menu Press the MENU button. If new Auto-Detection 2 3 When detecting update software. That means the update menu displays as soon as you turn on the TV next time. Software Update Automatic Manual Software Update Update Auto-Detection Time Disable 1 Select Automatic Update using the A/T button. button. Select No and press the OK button to return to the previous menu without updating. You can also enter the frequency provided. new software. Please wait until the updated is 2 3 4 When completing the software update. the following result is displayed. and press the OK or ~ button.

Note: How to setting parameters set parameters Manually" in Chapter 6. Follow these steps to download new You can connect your TV to the PC directly and update your software by transferring software from PC to this TV. Refer to "Scanning 4 5 6 Select Search and press the OK button to search software. That means the update menu displays as soon as you turn on the TV next time. Select Software Auto-Detecting using the A/T button.com). in Manual Update is the same as how to Digital Channels in Manual Search. If new software does not exist. Select Yes and press the OK button to start updating. press the OK button to return to the Manual Update menu. Select Later and press the OK button to update later. 3 I SIW Update from PC the new software from the PC. It is displayed whether or not New Software exist. the TV is automatically powered off 8 I 1 2 Software Auto-Detecting Detecting will stop. Please wait until it is completed.Chapter 10» DTV Setup 3 Select Mode and Guard Interval using the A/T button and select your desired value. Execute installed download tool. When you select Enable. 7 Performs Software Update. Select No and press the OK button to return to the previous menu. Select Enable or Disable using the OK or ~ button.humaxdigital. English-55 . Download and install download tool file from our website into your computer. 1 2 Download new software file (HDF files) equivalent for this TV model from our website into your computer (http://www. When completing and on again. Connect your PC to this TV with RS-232C serial cable(not supplied). contained 3 4 5 Reconnect the power cable of the TV and press the STANDBY button to make this TV operating. and then follow the instructions the download tool. you can set the detecting time in Auto-Detecting Time. and Time You can specify the software detecting time. If the TV powers on during software auto-detecting. the software update.

button.2100 Sep06 Z007 Empty Select DTV Setup using the A/T Select Status using the A/T button. and press the OK or ~ 2 Strength (50%) 3 4 5 Select DTV Setup using the A/T Select Signal button. and press the OK or ~ button.00. System about Hardware ID and Update English-56 . 2 3 4 5 L19DZT 0.OO 7100. button and press the ~ button. Select System using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. 1 Press the MENU button. Detection using the A/T about the aerial and multiplex. Display information the channel.0 Press the MENU button. Date.Chapter 10 » DTV Setup Signal Detection You can view the signal strength and signal quality reception for the channel that Signal Detection is currently being viewed. Select System using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. which current channel of Signal Strength and Quality of belongs to and the graphs and percentage Status You can view System information.05 Ll. version. 1 Status Hardware Software Loader System Update Slot 1 Version Version Version ID Data REV 1. Software version. Confirm the information Loader version. button and press the ~ button.

.Chapter 11 » Setting the Aspect Ratio Setting the Aspect Ratio c=::J1 MUTE (PIC MODE IISND EFFECT I~ w~ I~ You can select the modes by simply pressing the WIDE button on the remote control. . Auto> 4:3 > 14:9 > Full> Zoom Notes 1. When the Component or Full. I ------------- I English-57 . It is not available in the PC input mode. ~ \~.. 14:9 Displays the picture in the 14:9 ratio. The black bar appears on each side. The thin black bar appears on each side. Auto Displays the picture as the original aspect ratio of the signal you received.''>'~. The top and bottom of the picture are slightly cropped. or HDMI input mode. . you can select only the 4:3. 4:3 Displays the picture in the 4:3 ratio. 14:9 2. Full Displays the picture in the 15:9 ratio to fill the entire screen .~" Zoom Displays the picture zoomed to fill the 14:9 ratio with black sidebars.

®@)®)€) @@@@ @@@O TEXT Displays TV programme @) (Reveal) Shows the hidden information. You can also select various options to fit your needs using the remote control buttons. press the corresponding button. press it again. press it again to Holds the display on a given page if the selected page is linked with several secondary ~(Time) When watching TV programmes. The page is displayed with other coloured information that can be selected in the same way. Press to enter the three-digit Coloured buttons (Red/GreenNeliow/Blue) If the FASTEXT system is used by a broadcasting company.Chapter 12 » Using the Teletext Displaying Teletext information You can display teletext information at any time on your TV. Note: To properly display teletext information. channel reception must be stable. To resume. press this button to display the current time at the top right hand corner of the screen. ~ (Cancel) when waiting for the new teletext page. ~ (Mode) Selects the teletext mode (LiST/FLOF) @!) (Size) Displays the double-size return to normal display. for example) Press it again to return to normal display. @!l (Hold) letters for lower half of the screen. Most TV broadcasting stations provide text information services via teletext. the different topics covered on a teletext page are colour-coded and can be selected by pressing the coloured buttons. (0-9) page number given in the content. coloured English-58 . in Teletext mode. Otherwise. Activates or deactivates aJ (Mix) Overlaps the teletext with the broadcasting Adjusts the opacity to the background @) (Index) screen. Press one of them corresponding to your needs. To display the previous or next page. Numeric pages that automatically follow. TELETEXT @ (Teletext function buttons are as follows: On/Off) the teletext service. information may be missing or some pages may not be displayed. Displays the teletext index page. The index page of the teletext service gives you information on how to use the service. (answers to quiz games.

Oiga. HDNI GAV II (PIC MODE MUTE II SND EFFECT I~ I~ Auto Configure Automatically connecting optimizes the display. Select PC using the A/T button and press the OK button. Select System using the A/T button and press the OK or ~ button. Select PC using the A/T Select Auto Configure button and press the OK or ~ button. 6 53 Select H. PositionN. 3 4 S 6 Press the MENU button.log AVl AV2 S-Video Component PC TV TV 1 2 Press the TV/AV button to switch to PC mode.1 An. 7 Adjust the optimal position using the "/~ button. using the A/T Position Adjusts the display position to PC if it does not fit the TV screen. This is recommended for the first time to a PC. Position using the A/T button. 8 MOJe CD Adjust English-59 .Chapter 13 » Setting the PC The PC menu is available only when there is a PC input signal. button and press the OK button.

./~ button../~ button. Note: If noise is present. change the PC graphic card or consult the manufacturer of the PC graphic card... English-GO . the number 6 7 Select Clock using the A/T button. Adjust the optimal horizontal feature using the . Adjust the optimal focus using the .. If the refresh rate of the PC graphic card can not be changed. Phase Sets the focus of screen. change the PC mode to another resolution. 6 7 Select Phase using the A/T button.Chapter 13 » Setting the PC Clock Adjusts the horizontal feature of screen by increasing or decreasing of pixels. change the refresh rate to another rate until the picture is clear..

Country Channel .Edit Channels .VFD Clock --------------------------------------except LGB-19DTT) ( .Manual Search .Colour .Sharpness .Time Setting .Parental Ctrl .Language System .Default Setting English-61 . .Brightness .Mode Picture .Menu Map Menu Map .Colour Temp.Effect Sound .Auto Search .PC ----------------------------------------------------------.CI --------------------------------------------------(Digital TV Input only) .Fleshtone .Contrast .Backlight .Input only) (PC .DTV Setup -------------------------------------Digital TV Input only) ( .Balance -AVL .SRS TruSurround .Panel Off ----------------------------------------Digital TV Input only) ( .

Check that the mains supply is switched on. Check the main power cable and make sure it is plugged into a suitable power outlet. Check if the channel is currently on air. the following trouble shooting. please contact your local TV (1) No message is displayed on the front panel or the TV has no power. To control the TV. If the TV does not work normally after completing distributor or service centre. (3) Poor picture & sound quality Install the antenna in an obstacle-free place. the volume levels of your TV. Check that the power switch is on at the TV (where applicable) (2) No picture Make sure that the TV is power on and in operation mode (press STANDBY button). if the TV is on mute. Check in the menu that the TV is detecting the Smartcard or CAM. the screen flicker may occur. Make sure there is no mobile phone or microwave oven near the TV. the top end of the remote control should point directly towards the receiving part of the TV. Check the brightness level of the TV. (6) Cannot watch scrambled channel. audio type or soundtrack option. Make sure that the antenna line is properly connected to the TV. Make sure that the AV cable is firmly connected to the TV. Check that you have the appropriate Smartcard or CAM. Use 75 coaxial cable when connecting TV and antenna. Replace the batteries in the remote control for a new set. Remove and reinsert the batteries in the remote control. You may need to remove the cable from both ends and reconnect.Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Before contacting your local service dealer. When the 1080i video input signal is displayed on the TV screen through the Component HDMI jack. please make sure you refer to the following guide. (4) No or poor Check Check Check Check sound that your AV cable is connected correctly. English-62 . Contact the broadcaster to ensure that the channel is running. Check in the menu that you have a valid and working subscription to the channels you wish to view. or (5) Remote Control does not operate. Reinsert the Smartcard or CAM and make sure it initializes correctly. Ensure that the Smartcard or CAM is not damaged.

The AV device is not connected properly. Invalid Mode The resolution of connected not set properly. What to do Adjust aerial. channels. The channel has a video signal. You may need to download a new video driver. CI module is not plugged in. Contact your CI module retailer or channel broadcaster module replacement. Confirm if the channel is currently on air. but no audio is provided. Reinsert CI module. - This digital terrestrial receiver the does not support the service that enables to descramble scrambled The audio is not available. but no audio or video. English-63 . No Subtitle Data The channel has not the subtitle data. Press the audio buttons on your remote control to confirm that the channel has audio options. Set the AV device correctly.Troubleshooting Error Message Error message No signal Possible causes The aerial is not pointing properly. Check the cable from the aerial. ensure that it is inserted in the correct way. Wrong CI module is in use. If you cannot resolve the problem you may need to have your aerial and installation Will not accept The key(button) for this product. Insert the appropriate CI module for is not supported tested by a professional. Confirm if the channel is provided the subtitle data. CI module is not plugged in properly. for a CI The channel is scrambled. - - the channel(s) you wish to view. The channel is scrambled or not available. PC is Check the optimal resolution settings. The channel has signal. Check the cable from the AV device. Insert CI module.

Resolution Video Input InpuUOutput Audio Input Audio Output Data Interface Speaker.00 . 50/60 Hz 5°C . I SECAM. D/K. Headphone RS-232C(for SW update) Digital EU(MHEG) IEC 169-2 Female OFDM DVB-T Analogue Area Antenna Input EU IEC 169-2 Female FS PAL. Resolution Viewing Angle Sync PC Monitor Horizontal Frequency Specification Colour active matrix TFT-LCD 19.144. Component.424.0" 1440 x 900 pixels R/L: 160 .00 .35°C 30 . LGB-19DPT : NET 7.25 .0 kg LGB-19DTT: NET 6.00 . I.144.25 . RCA.80% RH English-64 .2 kg I Gross 8.863. BIG.363kHz 60Hz 1360 x 768 pixels@60Hz Analog + Digital Tuner(1).00 MHz 145. LGB-19DXT.0 kg I Gross 9. HDMI.Specification Specification Item Type LCD Panel Display Area Max.00 MHz 425.2 kg AC 1OOV -240V. PCAudio Vertical Frequency MAX. SCART.25 MHz Yes LGB-19DZT.00 MHz 145.424. PC RCA(RlL).25 MHz Yes CE CE 60 W (Max.469-48. HDMI.863. D/K MPEG 1 Layer 1/2 48. BIG.) 8Wx2EA DDC 1/2 B Tuning System Colour System Sound System VHF Low VHF High UHF Teletext Regulation Safety EMI Power Speaker Output Plug & Play Level Others Weight Power Supply Operating Temperature Operating Humidity TV Signal BIG. S-Video.00 .00 MHz 425. Component (R/L). U/D : 160 (CR ~10) Separate 31. D/K AM I FM I Nicam 48. LGB-19DWT.

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