PICTURE OR SOUND ADJUSTMENT, CHANNEL SETTING

C ON T R A S T
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E9
PICTURE OR SOUND ADJUSTMENT
The following table lists the adjustment items shown in the PICTURE/SOUND
menu and how they change as you press 
 / 
.
PICTURE menu table
• TINT can only be selected and adjusted when receiving NTSC broadcasts. (AV input)
• Picture Noise Reduction
Noise might be generated on images when playing deteriorated video tapes or
when receiving broadcasts with relatively weak signals. In these cases, set
PICTURE NR to “ON” to reduce the noise. However, when receiving good images
without noise, you can get better image quality by turning OFF this feature.
• WHITE TEMP can only be adjusted on PICTURE menu.
• If any items is adjusted, VIDEO MODE will automatically change to CUSTOM.
POWER
SAVE
TV/VIDEO
SOUND MODE
SURROUND
NORMAL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
9
MENU
B
A
C
D
LANGUAGE
CH
CH
CH
CH
MENU
NORMAL
!
Press 
MENU
 to call MENU screen.
@
Press 
CH
 / 
CH
 to select “PICTURE” or “SOUND”.
#
Press 
 / 
 to display PICTURE or SOUND menu.
$
Press 
CH
 / 
CH
 to select adjustment items.
%
Adjust using 
 / 
.
• Wait for approximately five seconds to return to PICTURE/SOUND menu.
^
Repeat steps 4 and 5 above to adjust other items.
&
Press 
MENU
 until normal screen appears.
[ PICTURE menu screen ]
[ SOUND menu screen ]
SOUND menu table
ME NU
SOUND
P I C T UR E
F E A T UR E
T I ME R
CH - S E T T I NG
P I C T UR E
5 0
– 1 0
C U S T OM
+ 2 5
2 0
– 2 0
ON
C ON T R A S T
C O L OUR
V I D E O MOD E
B R I GH T N E S S
T I N T
S H A R P N E S S
P I C T UR E NR
WH I T E T EMP
S E L E C T : C H
A D J U S T :
R E T U RN : ME NU
ME NU
S OUND
P I C T UR E
F E A T UR E
T I ME R
C H - S E T T I NG
B A L A N C E
1 5
+
+
+
Selected item 
Press 
Press
VIDEO MODE
CONTRAST 
To decrease contrast 
To increase contrast
COLOUR 
For less colour intensity 
For more colour intensity
BRIGHTNESS 
For less brightness 
For more brightness
TINT 
To move tint toward red 
To move tint toward green
WHITE TEMP 
To more reddish  
To more bluish 
 background 
background
SHARPNESS 
For less sharpness 
For more sharpness
PICTURE NR 
(see note below)
ON        OFF
DYNAMIC        STANDARD        SOFT        CUSTOM
Selected item 
Press 
Press
AVL* 
2
 
The AVL is ON 
The AVL is OFF
BASS+ 
The BASS+ is ON  
The BASS+ is OFF
ON        OFF
ON        OFF
EQUALIZER (Refer 
to 
E12
 for details on Equalizer)
SURROUND* 
1
 
(Please see note below)
BALANCE 
To shift balance  
To shift balance 
 
toward left 
toward right
Enables individual channel setting.
!
Press 
MENU
 to call MENU screen.
@
Press 
CH
 / 
CH
 to select “CH-SETTING”.
If you press 
MENU/PRESET
 on TV set for more than two
seconds during normal screen, the LANGUAGE
mode screen will appear.
Press 
MENU/PRESET
 again to display CH-SETTING menu.
• Pressing 
MENU/PRESET
 changes the screen as shown
below.
#
Press 
 / 
 to display CH-SETTING
menu.
$
Press 
CH
 / 
CH
 to select desired setting.
%
Each time you press 
 / 
, setting
for individual items changes as follows:
• POSITION
The channel position changes to the higher or lower number.
• COLOUR-SYSTEM
AUTO
SECAM
PAL
• SOUND-SYSTEM
B/G
D/K
I
AUTO
• SKIP
ON 
 OFF
When set “SKIP” to “ON”, the channel number are set to SKIP. To turn off SKIP, press the number
buttons to select the desired channel and then set “SKIP” to “OFF”.
• AUTO
Press 
 / 
 and Auto Channel Tuning is
started. Auto tuning bar will shown during Auto
Search only.
• MANUAL (FINE tuning)
i) Each time 
 / 
 is pressed, the
frequency changes to allow fine tuning and the
colour of channel number changes to yellow to
indicate fine tuning.
ii) Press 
 / 
 for more than 2 seconds,
the "Manual Channel Tuning" will start. If a
signal is found, the Manual Channel Tuning will
stop searching.
^
Press 
MENU
 until normal screen appears.
POWER
SAVE
TV/VIDEO
SOUND MODE
SURROUND
NORMAL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
9
MENU
B
A
C
D
LANGUAGE
CH
CH
CH
CH
MENU
• Switching COLOUR-SYSTEM:
Set the system to “AUTO” for normal TV reception. The AUTO mode automatically detects the receiving signal system
and changes the reception system of the TV set. When the picture is not stable, switching to an appropriate system
may improve the picture quality.
• Switching SOUND-SYSTEM:
Set the system to “AUTO” for normal TV reception. The AUTO mode automatically detects the receiving signal system
and changes the reception system of the TV set. When the sound is not stable, switching to an appropriate system
may improve the sound quality.
• When using FINE, the channel number changes from green to yellow.
ME NU
S OUND
P I C T UR E
F E A T UR E
T I ME R
C H - S E T T I NG
S E L E C T : C H
E N T E R :
R E T U RN : ME NU
A U T O
A U T O
1 2
O F F
1 6 8 . 2 5MH z
C H - S E T T I NG
C O L OUR - S Y S T EM
P O S I T I ON
S OUND - S Y S T E M
S K I P
A U T O
MA NU A L
L A NGU A G E
E NG L I S H
S E L E C T : C H
A D J U S T :
R E T U RN : ME NU
A U T O
A U T O
1 2
O F F
1 6 8 . 2 5MH z
C H - S E T T I NG
C O L OUR - S Y S T EM
P O S I T I ON
S OUND - S Y S T E M
S K I P
A U T O
MA NU A L
L A NGU A G E
E NG L I S H
S E L E C T : C H
A D J U S T :
R E T U RN : ME NU
E8
CHANNEL SETTING
1 2
O F F
1 6 8 . 2 5MH z
C H - S E T T I NG
C O L OUR - S Y S T EM
P O S I T I ON
S OUND - S Y S T E M
S K I P
A U T O
MA NU A L
L A NGU A G E
E NG L I S H
S E L E C T : C H
A D J U S T :
R E T U RN : ME NU
A U T O
A U T O
• Pressing 
NORMAL
 while a PICTURE/SOUND selection is displayed, only the selected mode is reset to the standard
(factory-setting) position.
• Pressing 
NORMAL
 while the PICTURE/SOUND menu screen is displayed will reset all the items of PICTURE/SOUND
menu to the standard (factory-setting) position.
• Pressing 
NORMAL
 will reset all the items of PICTURE menu and SOUND menu to the standard (factory-setting)
position.
S OUND
S URROUND
E P S
E QU A L I Z E R
B A L A N C E
1 5
A V L
ON
B A S S +
ON
S E L E C T : C H
A D J U S T :
R E T U RN : ME NU
Language
CH-Setting
Normal screen
MENU/PRESET
CH
CH
[ Behind the door ]
• AVL is advised to be set to “ON” when compact disk (CD) is being playback.
*1: SURROUND mode can be set between
(i) OFF      EPS (While receiving signal from antenna)
(ii) OFF      ESS (While receiving signal from AV input)
*2: Please see 
E15
 for details on Definition of Terms.
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