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MITSUBISHI THE BIG SCREEN COMPANY TM
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RISKOF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT REMOVE COVER ( OR BACK ) . NO USER - SERVlCEABLE PARTS INSIDE . REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL . the user to the presence of uninsulated " dangerous voltage within the products enclosure / _ The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance ( servicing ) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance . Warning : To avoid permanently imprinting a fixed image onto your TV screen , pleasedo not displaythe same stationary imageson the screen for more than 15 % of your total TV viewing in one week . Examples of stationary imagesare letterbox top / bottom bars from DVD disc or other video sources , side bars when showing standardTV pictures on widescreen TV's , stock market reports , video game patterns , station logs , web sites or stationary com - puter images . Such patterns can unevenly agethe picture tubes causing permanent damageto theTV . Pleasesee page 58 for a detailed explanation . Note : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device , pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules . These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation . This equipment generates , uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and , if not installed and used in accordance with the instruc - tions , may cause harmful interference to radio communications . However , there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation . If this equipment does cause harmful interfer - ence to radio or television reception , which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on , the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures : • Reorient or reJocate the receiving antenna • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Mitsubishi could void the user's authority to operate this equipment . WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISKOF FIREOR ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT EXPOSETHIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE . CAUTION : TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK , MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUGTO WIDE SLOT , FULLYINSERT . NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER : THIS REMINDER IS PROVIDEDTO CALLTHE CATV SYSTEMINSTALLER'SATTENTION TO ARTICLE 820 - 40 OF THE NEC THAT PROVIDESGUIDELINES FOR PROPERGROUNDING AND , IN PARTICULAR , SPECIFIESTHAT THE CABLE GROUND SHALL BECONNECTEDTOTHE GROUNDING SYSTEMOFTHE BUILDING , AS CLOSE TOTHE POINT OF CABLE ENTRYAS PRACTICAL .
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Contents Important Safeguards 5 Instructions on safety and proper handling of your Mitsubishi television Special Features 7 Distinctive features , items included with your Mitsubishi television and hookup guidelines Shortcuts 8 A quick reference list Connections 9 Basichookups to an antenna , cable and components Remote Control Functions 15 Features of the remote control , programming to work with other audio and video products , explanation of buttons Thel _ ® Menu System 2 I Explanation of the on - screen menu system and the basic set - up menu screens including Memorizing Channels , Set Clock and Day , AV Connection and On - Screen Language Remote Control Input and Channel Selection 3 I Changing inputs and channels and setting the sleep timer with the remote control The Main Menu Screens 33 Explains the Parent Lock , Channel Edit , Advanced Features and AudioNideo Settings Menus Special Remote Control Functions 49 How the remote works with other products includingthe Mitsubishi A / V Network , viewing the PIP ( Picture - in - Picture ) and POP ( Picture - outside - Picture ) Control Panel Functions 54 Explanation of the front panel buttons and the back panel terminals Troubleshooting 57 Common problems , notes on caring and cleaning your Mitsubishi television and how to obtain service Appendices 6 I Diamond ShieldTM installation , remote control programming codes , bypassing the parent lock
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Please read all these instructions regarding your television set and retain for future refer - ence . Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the television . I . Read , Retain and Follow Instructions Read all safety and operating instructions before operating the appliance . Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference . Follow all operating and use instructions . 2 . Heed Warnings Adhere to all warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions . 3 . Cleaning Unplug thisTV receiver from the walt outlet before cleaning . Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners . Cleaners can permanently damagethe cabinet or screen . Use adamp cloth for cleaning . 4 . Attachments and Equipment Never add any attachments and / or equipment without approval of the manufacturer as suchadditions may result in the risk of fire , electric shock or other personal injury . 5 . Water and Moisture Do not use this'IV receiver where contact with or immersioninwater is possible . Do not use near bath tubs , wash bowls , kitchen sinks , laundry tubs , swimming pools , etc . 6 . Accessories Do not place this TV receiver on an unstable cart , stand , tripod , bracket , or table . The TV receiver mayfall , causingserious injuryto a childor adult , and serious damageto the appliance . Use only with a cart , stand , tripod , bracket , or table recommended by the manufacturer , or sold with the TV receiver . Any mounting of the appliance should follow the manufacturer's instruc - tions , and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer . An appliance and cart combinationshould be moved with care . Quick stops , excessive force , and uneven surfacesmay causethe applianceand cart combination to overturn . 7 . Ventilation Slots and openings in the cabinetare provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of theTV receiver and to protect it from overheating . Do not block these openings or allow them to be blocked by placing theTV receiver on a bed , sofa , rug , or other similar surface . Nor should it be placed over a radiator or heat register . If the TV receiver is to be placed in a rack or bookcase , ensure that there is adequate ventilation and that the manufacturer's instructions have been adhered to . 8 . Power Source This TV receiver should be operatedonly from the type of power source indicated on the marking label . If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home , consult your appliance dealer or local power company . 9 . Grounding or Polarization This TV receiver isequipped with a polarized alternating current line plug having one blade wider than the other . This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way . If you are unableto insert the plug fully into the outlet , try reversing the plug . If the plug should still fail to fit , contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet . Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug . I 0 . Power - Cord Protection Power - supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or againstthem , payingparticular attention to cords at plugs , convenience receptacles , and the point where they exit from the appliance . 5
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I I . Lightning For added protection for thisTV receiver during a lightningstorm , or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time , unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system . This will prevent damageto the TV receiver due to lightning and power - line surges . 12 . Power Lines An outside antenna system should not be locatedinthe vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits , or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits . When installingan outside antenna system , extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal . 13 . Overloading Do not overload walt outlets and extension cords as this can result ina risk of fire or electric shock . 14 . Object and Liquid Entry Never push objects of any kind into thisTV receiver through openings as they maytouch dangerous voltage points or short - out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock . Never spill liquid of any kind on theTV receiver . EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING 15 . Outdoor Antenna Grounding If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the TV receiver , be sure LEAD IN WIRE the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection againstvoltage surges and built - up static charges . ( NEC SECTION 810 - 20 ) Section 810 of the National Electrical Code , ANSI / NFPA GROUNDING 70 - 1984 , provides information with respect to proper CONDUCTORS grounding of the mast and supporting structure , grounding of the lead in wire to an antenna discharge unit , size of grounding conductors , location of antenna discharge unit , con - : _ . POWER SERVIC E GROUNDING nection to grounding electrodes , and requirements for the ELECTRODE SYSTEM NEC - - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ( NEC ART 250 , PART H ) grounding electrode . 16 . Servicing Do not attempt to service this TV receiver yourself asopening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards . Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel . 17 . Damage Requiring Service Unplug thisTV receiver from the walt outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions : ( a ) When the power - supply cord or plug isdamaged . ( b ) If liquid has been spilled , or objects havefallen into the TV receiver . ( c ) If theTV receiver has beenexposed to rain or water . ( d ) If the TV receiver does not operate normally by following the operating instructionsa , djust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructionsasan improperadjustment of other controls may result indamageand will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore theTV receiver to its normal operation . ( e ) If theTV receiver has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged . ( f ) When theTV receiver exhibits a distinct change in performance - - this indicatesa need for service . 18 . Replacement Parts When replacement parts are required , be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the samecharacteristics as the original part . Unauthorized substitutions may result infire , electric shock or other hazards . 19 . Safety Check Upon completion of anyservice or repairs to this TV receiver , askthe service technician to perform safety checksto determine that the TV receiver isin safeoperating condition .
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0 ComponentVideo Input - for the best picture from DVD players 0 DiamondShield TM - protective screen shield ( Optional with VS - 45607 , VS - 50607 & VS - 60607 ) 0 IRIS TM - sensor that automatically adjusts brightness and contrast 0 Multibrand Remote Control - use one remote control for many audio video components 0 PIP and POP - Picture - in - picture and Picture - outside - picture with split screen mode The following items are included with your newTV : Remote Control Active A / V Network Cable DJam ° nSdhEeld " _ ao _ ory I _ staBed on models V $ - 50707 , VS - 5S707 , VS _ 0707 apd V S - 70707 Optiona ] for models V $ - 45607 , VS - 50607 , VS _ Z _ 607 ( 2 ) , _ S Batteries The connections shown in this book are general . Cable systems as well as individual audio and / or video components can vary from those shown here . The first diagrams show basic connections to antenna or cable systems . After you have completed these , you can then connect any addi - tional components ( stereo , DVD , AV receiver , etc . ) . IMPORTANT To maximize your system for its best performance , your dealer can help you customize hookups and sell you anythat additional connection accessories may be needed for your individual equipment . 7
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0 Hooking up yourTV to an antenna or wall outlet cable - page 9 0 Remote control functions - pages 19 - 20 0 Menu screen summaries - page 22 - 24 0 Selecting the input - page 3 I 0 Setting theV - chip parent lock - page 33 0 Picture - in - picture mode - page 50 0 Picture - outside - picture mode - page 52 0Troubleshooting - page 57
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TV to Antenna orWall Outlet Cable Separate UHF andVHF antennas VNF Antenna UHF A _ teer _ ( C _ neE _ 14 " _ 9 ) I . Connect the UHF andVHF F _ atTw _ Lead F _ t T _ antenna leads to the UHF / VHF Ex [ emal combiner . A _ terna TV Sack Panel 0r Ca _ e o 6 1 2 . Press the combiner ontoANT - A on the TV back panel . oo @ @ @ ® ® ® Oemb _ r _ r L PTIONAL * ANT . _ , @ . @ @ @ o6 ' % 0 o Baok S _ e ® * there are different combiners for different wires . Check with your dealer for the combiner style that you need , Twin lead antenna or wall outlet cable For antenna with twin fiat leads I . Connect the 300 ohm twin leads to the transformer . TV Back PaneI 2 . Push the 75 ohm side of the trans - Twin Load former onto ANT - A on the TV o @ back panel . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . L / ® ® @ @ ANT A For cable or antenna with ® @ @ @ @ @ o @ o coaxial lead ® J Connect the incoming cable to / ANT - A on the TV back panel , _ a _ Hng T _ ndo _ er Connection of TV to Cable Box TVBack Panel I . Connect the incoming cable to ANT - A on theTV back panel . @ o @ G @ 2 . Connect two coaxial cables as m _ ALOep _ U _ TB follows : incoming Cabl _ o _ _ o ® • One from CABLE LOOP - OUT on theTV back panel to IN on the back of the cable box , Cable Boxals rear termin • One from OUT on the back of the cable box to ANT - B on theTV back panel ,
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Connection ofTV toVCR and Cable Box I . Connect the incoming cable toANT - A on the TV back panel . TV Back pan _ 2 . Connect three coaxial cables as follows : © ® • One from CABLE LOOP - OUT on the . . . . ® ® ® ® ANT _ L _ OUT ANT , B TV back panel to IN on the back of the cable box . © • One from OUT on the back of the cable box to ANTENNA IN on the VCR back panel . • One from ANTENNA OUT on the VCR Back panel VCR back panel to ANT - B on the TV back panel . If your VCR has a video chant = el ON / OFF sw _ tch _ set it to OFF , Audio Video Connections TV _ ck P _ e _ I . Connect a video cable fromVIDEO OUT on theVCR back panel toVIDEO INPUT I or INPUT 2 on theTV back panel . If you have a S - VHSVCR , follow the same steps , using the S - Video terminals on the VCR and TV . _ F _ CA pin - ly video caSe _ 2 . Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO OUT on theVCR back panel A _ tac _ to AUDIO INPUT on the TV back RCA only cab _ cat _ e panel . The red cable connects to the R type VCR _ ck pa _ el ( right ) channel and the white cable type cable connects to the L ( left ) . If yourVCR is non - stereo , connect only the L ( left ) cable . If your VCR has a video channel ON / OFF s _ wltch , set it to OFF , 10
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Connection ofTV toVCg and Antenna or Wall Outlet Cable Antenna / Cable Connections If your VCR has a video channel OWOFF swltch _ set It to OFF , I . Connect the incoming cable toANT - A on theTV back panel . 2 . Connect two coaxial cables as follows : • One from CABLE LOOP - OUT on the TV back panel toANTENNA IN on the VCR back panel . • One fromVCR back panelANTENNA OUT to ANT - B on the TV back panel . ® ® ® Audio / Video Connections VCRBackPanel © If your VCR has I . Connect a video cable fromVIDEO a video channel OUT on theVCR back panel toVIDEO ON / OFF switch , set it to OFF . INPUT I or INPUT 2 on theTV back panel . OUT If you have a S - VHS VCR , follow the same steps , using the S - Video terminals on the VCR and TV . OPTIONAL v _ eoc _ bJo _ ypOc _ b _ e 2 . Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO OUT on theVCR back panel to AUDIO INPUT on theTV back panel . The red cable connects to the R ( right ) TV Back Panel channel and the white cable connects to o ' _ the L ( left ) . If yourVCR is non - stereo , only connect the L ( left ) cable . o I Wh _ e O ROd 0 ® II
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Connection of TV to Stereo Audio System I . Connect the audio cables from AUDIO Audio system rear terminals MONITOR OUTPUT on the TV back panel toTV IN orAUX IN terminals on the back of the audio system . The red cable connects to the R ( right ) channel and the white cable connects to the L ( left ) channel . 2 . Turn off theTV's speakers through theAV TV Back patleE Connection Menu ( page 27 - 28 ) . of _ 6 o @ @ 3 . Set the audio system's input to theTV or AUX position to hear the TV's audio ® ® . a _ ® ® @ through your stereo system . ® Connection of TV to the Active A / V Network To control your Mitsubishi audio and / or video products with one remote control Connect the A / V network cable from M # subishi Component rear tem ] Jna _ s ACTIVE A / V NETWORK on theTV back panel to IN on the back of a Mitsubishi component that has A / V networkterminaL Turn the ACTIVE A / V NETWORK on , through the AV CONNECTION menu TV Back Panel ( pages 27 - 29 ) . ® ® @ @ @ ACTIVEANRK NETWO Check the Owner's Guide of your added Mitsubishi components to ensure the best possible connections . 12
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Connection of TV to AV Receiver I . Connect a video cable from VIDEO MONITOR OUT on the back of the AV TV Back p _ ' _ Receiver toVIDEO INPUT I on theTV back panel using aVIDEO cable , 2 . Connect a video cable fromVIDEO MONITOR OUTPUT on theTV back panel toVIDEOTV IN on the back of ® the AV Receiver . AV RECEIVER 3 . Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO OUTPUT on the TV back panel toAUDIOTV IN on the back of the AV Receiver . The red cable con - nects to the R ( right ) channel and the white cable connects to the L ( left ) channel , 13
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Connection of TV to DVD with ComponentVideo Outputs IMPORTANT For Digital Audio connections , see the Owner's Guides of your DVD Player and AV Receiver . For ComponentVideo Connections TV Back Panel I . Connect the ComponentVideo cables I 0 from VIDEO OUT on the back of the DVD player to DVDVIDEO INPUT on theTV back panel , matching the correct components : 0 • Y toY , Cr to Cr , Cb to Cb . DVD Rear Terminal 2 . Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO OUT on the back of the DVD player to DVD AUDIO INPUT on the TV back panel . The red cable connects to the R ( right ) channel and the white cable connects to the L ( left ) channel . Warning : Don't display the same stationary images on the screen for more than 15 % of your total TV viewing in one week Examples of stationary images are letterbox top / bottom bars from DVD disc or other video sources , side bars when showing standard TV pictures on widescreen TV's , stock market reports , video game patterns , station logs , web sites or stationary computer images . Such patterns can unevenly age the picture tubes causing permanent damage to the TV . Please see page 58 for a detailed explanation . 14
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For Models VS - 45607 VS - 50607 and VS - 60607 Additional features of Models VS - 50707 , VS - 55707 , VS - 60707 and VS - 70707 GUIDE button for DSS systems 15
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OperatingYour Remote Control Installing the batteries I . Remove the back cover of the remote control by pushing the tab in the direction of the arrow and sliding offthe cover . 2 . Load the batteries , makingsure the polarities ( + ) and ( - ) are correct . iMPORTANT When you replace the batteries in your remote control , the remote may return to its initial setting . You may need to set up your remote again . For best results Be within 20 feet of the equipment when using the remote control . Don't press two or more buttons at the same time , unless you are specifically instructed to do so in this owner's guide . Don't allow the remote control to get wet or become heated . Avoid dropping the remote control on a hard surface . When cleaning the remote control , don't use any harsh chemicals . Use only a soft , slightly moistened cloth . Don't mix new batteries with old ones . Don't heat , take apart , or throw batteries into a fire . Use AAA alkaline batteries . Using the remote control with yourTV You can use your remote to control theTV , CABLE / DBS , VCR , DVD or AUDIO . The remote has been preset to operate the TV and other Mitsubishi products . It can be set to control o oo 0 other audio / video equipment . O O O To operate the TV , the select switch at the top of the remote 0 O 0 should be set toTV . 0 O O _ 16
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Remote Control of Other Audio and Video Products Programming the Remote to Control Other Audio andVideo Products : Move the slide switch at the top of the remote to select the audio or video product you want to control , Press and hold the POWER button , so that it stays down when you enter the code . Enter the code for the equipment from the appropriate list , exactly as stated . If there is more than one code number , start with the first number . After setting the code , release the POWER button . Point the remote at the equipment and press the POWER button . If it is on and turns off or is off and turns on , the remote will control the equipment . If not , try the next number . VCR CABLF . JDBS Cable Box codes : TV Cable box brand codeto ente _ If your General Instruments / 111,119 , 120 , 121,122 , cable box Jerrold 123 , 124 , 125 , 126 , 127 code is not Oak 102 , 137 , 139 listed here , please see IMPORTANT Pioneer 101 , 116 page 63 Scientific Atlanta 111,112,113 for a Zenith 100 , 117 complete If you cannot turn the cable box ON by To reset to default code . enter 000 listina . pressing POWER , try pressing the CHANNEL or the number buttons . VCR Satellite Receiver codes : CABLE / DBS 1 DVD Tvl , I Satellite brand code to enter : If yourite Mitsubishi 173 sateU 175 Echostar / Dishnetwork code is not 173 Hughes - DSS listed here RCA - DSS 176 ] lease see 177 Sony * DSS page 63 170 Toshiba * DSS for a Panasonic * DSS 174 complete Primestar 178 listing , To reset to default code , enter 000 VCR codes : VCR CABLE / DBS VCR brand codeto enter : If your Mitsubishi 001,002 VCR Hitachi 020 , 043 , 065 code is not JVC 030 , 054 , 059 listed here , Philips / Magnavox 043 , 044 , 051 please see IMPORTANT Panasonic 041,042 , 043 page 64 RCA 020 , 053 , 065 for a When set toTV , the PLAY , STOP , REW / Sony 048 , 049 , 050 complete REV and the FF / FWD keys will operate Toshiba 021,066 listing . theVCR after theVCR codes have been To reset to default code , enter 000 chosen . 17
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Remote Control of Other Audio and Video Prod - uct , continued vcn DVD Player codes : CASL _ DBS DVD / LDP brand codeto enter : If your Mitsubishi ( DVD ) 003 DVD code Mitsubishi ( LDP ) 016 , 017 is not Panasonic 250 listed here , please see Pioneer DVD ( LDP ) 252 ( 016,017 ) page 63 Sony 254 for a Toshiba 253 complete TO reset to default code , enter 000 listing . VCR AV Receiver codes : CASL _ DSS TV IOlO Audio brand code _ e _ er : If your Mitsubishi AV _ ceiver 010,011,012 Audio 013,014,015 Mitsubishi CD player code is not Kenwood 200,208 listed here , 209,214 Onkyo please see Pioneer 205,207 page 63 222 Sony for a Yamaha 201,202 complete To reset to default code , enter 000 listing . IMPORTANT If the slide switch is set toTV when you enter anAV receiver code , VOLUME and MUTE will be controlled by theAV receiver , rather than theTV . To returnVOLUME and MUTE control to theTV , set the slide switch toTV , , ress and hold POWER and enter 000 . Additional slide switch feature : for multiple A / V component systems Your Mitsubishi remote control was designed for flexibility in both large and small A / V systems . For example , you can use the slide switch in the following way : If you have twoVCR's , but no DVD player , move the slide switch to the DVD position and enter the secondVCR code . Then when the slide switch is moved to DVD you can control the second VCR . The following chart shows which device can be entered for each position . Only one device is allowed for each slide switch position . TV position : Cable / DBS position : DVD position : VCR position : Audio position : • TV • cable box • DVD • VCR • AV receiver • A / V receiver • sateUite receiver • VCR • Mitsubishi DVD • Mitsubishi CD player ( volume , mute only ) • cable box player • cabe box IMPORTANT Some manufacturers may change their products , or they may use more than one remote control system . If this is the case , your remote may not be able to operate yourYCR , Cable Box , Satellite Receiver orAV Receiver . 18
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Remote Control Functions Slide switch Power Selects which A / V power on and off for theTV will be controlled by the or other A / V products remot _ QV ( QuickView _ ' ) Numbers - - Switches to lastchannel viewed To individually select channels or enter information into TV SQV ( SuperQuickView TM ) Scan through a memorized list of favorite channels SLEEP INPUT Sets theTV to turn off Selects the signal you will watch ( Ant within 2 hours A ; Ant B ; Input I , 2 or 3 ; DVD ) VIDEO Individually adjusts theVideo settings CHANNEL AUDIO View channels in increasing or r adjusts decreasing numerical order the Audio settings MUTE VOLUME Turns on or off the sound Increasesor decreasessound 19
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Remote Control Functions , continued ADJUST Selects menu items . Moves the PIP ENTER on - screen location Use after selecting a channelnumber or GUIDE menu item ForVS - 50707 , VS - 55707 , LIGHT VS - 60707 andVS - 70707 . ForVS - 50707 , VS - 55707 , VS - 60707 andVS - 70707 , pressto lightup satellite systems program guides the remote control MENU CANCEL Clear SQVandsome Displayson - screen menu menuentries choices and PIP / POP Keys • g Use to display , move , resize or changea PIP INFO or POPchannel . _ Displays an on - screen summary ofcurrentTV settings STOP TOstop aVCR , DVD or REC Manually record programs on PAUSE VCR , DVD or CD or REW / REV freezes the PIP / POP Rewind and reverse search for theVCR . Skip reverse for CD . FF / FWD Reverse scan for DVD Fast forward or forward search PLAY for aVCR . Skip forward for a CD . PlaysaVCR , DVD or C Fast play for a DVD 2O
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YourtelevisionhasMitsubishie'sxclusiveI _ l _ lllon screen operating system , which provides on - screen information for menu choices and changes . A highlighted icon is shown when there isanother menu levelfor your choices . Pressingthe ENTER button will displaythe menu options . Make choices or changes to a menu item when you see a button . TheViewPoint system includes the following special features : The selected icon or button is highlighted with a yellow outline and the text color will be yellow . On - screen instructions provide complete menu choice information . Some on - screen menu options must be set before other options are available . For example , " Set theTimer " will only be possible if " ClockTime " and " Set Day " have been set . O0 Making Selections : lUST A or • to select the menu item you want to change ADJUST _ to move to the selection field ADJUST • or • to change the settings UST 4 to move back to the menu item • • _ ENTER E _ to select an option , or start an automatic function • CANCELC _ Lto clear a setting , or stop an automatic function To exit the on - screen menus : MENU Press the MENU key to move back one menu screen at a time until you exit all the menus to return to television viewing OR Press HOME to exit all menus with one keystroke and return to television viewing 21
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Menu Screens _ Main Menu The Main Menu Screen will always be the first screen that appears when you press the _ button , _ SETUPMenu Basic set up instructions are available through the SETUP menu screens . You can put channels in memory , set the time and day for theTV , set your TV to be part of a Home Theater setting and view the menus in English or Spanish . 22
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Menu Screens , continued V - Chip Parent Lock Menu The optional , built - in V - chip allows you to lock out programs , based on ratings . The TV can be locked during a specific time period . Locked programs can be viewed after entering a 4 digit passcode of your choice . Channel Edit Menu Use to select the input you want to edit . Here you can add or delete channels from memory , name channels , name inputs and add your favorite channels to the SuperQuickView TM list . _ The Advanced Features Menu These screens let you set your TV to display captions or text , turn on auto - matically , display a blue screen when showing an input with no signal or align ( converge ) the three main colors . 23
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Menu Screens , continued The Audio / Video Settings Menu You can individually adjust some or all of the audio and video settings . The five A / V Memory settings : Standard , Daylight , Evening , Home Theater and DVD , have been preset for the best picture and sound for specific room environments . AV Reset allows you to return the audio and video settings to the factory pre - sets . 24
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Memorizing Channels This selection memorizes the channels your TV can receive and skips the unused channels . When memorization is complete , channels can be scanned using the remote control . MENU I . Press < ; _ to display the Main Menu . Use • 0rV to select the SETUP menu . Press ENTER 2 . Press • or • to select Memorize Channels . Press ! " to move to the setting field . Press • 0rV to select the input you want to memorize . The available inputs are : INPUT CHANNELS THAT CAN BE MEMORIZED ANTENNA A AIR 2 through 69 ANTENNA B AIR 2 through 69 ANTENNA A CABLE 1 through 125 ANTENNA B CABLE 1 through 125 ENTER 3 . Press _ to start the memorization . Added channels will be labeled " In Memory " . Channels with poor or no reception will be labeled " Not in memory " . 4 . After memorization is complete , the screen will automatically return to the Setup menu . To exit , press _ : _ to return to Main Menu . Or , press to return to television viewing . CANCEL • You can stop the memorization at any time by pressing _ . Channels memorized before stopping will stay in memory . After channels are memorized , your remote control will : CHANNEL • Select channels in ascending or descending order using _ . • Select individual channels usingthe number buttons . 25
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SETUP Menu , continued Set ClockTime : To set the current time . Set Day : To set the current da _ MENU I . Press < ; : : _ to display the Main Menu . PressAorV ENTER to select the SETUP menu . Press _ . 2 . PressAorV to select ClockTime or Set Day . Press • to move to the setting field . Press AorV to select the correct time or day . 3 . Press • after making your choice . MENU 4 . To exit , press _ to return to the previous menu or _ to return to television viewing . 26
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SETUP Menu , continued The AV Connection Menu The AV Connection Menu allows you to customize the way your TV works with other audio and video components , for a complete Home Theater experience , Making Menu Selections for the AV Connection Menu : MENU I . Press _ to display the Main Menu . PressA0rV ENTER to select the SETUP menu . Press _ . 2 . Press • 0rV to select AV Connection Menu , ENTER Press _ . 3 . Press • or Vto select the menu option to change . Your choices are : AV Network ( Active or Off ) , TV Speakers ( On or Off ) , AV Receiver at Input I ( Yes or No ) and Audio Output ( Variable or Fixed ) , ( explanations for each of these features are found on pages 28 and 29 ) Press , to move to the setting field . 4 . Press AorV to change the setting for the selected option . Press • after making your choice . To select another menu option , press • or V . MENU 5 . To exit , press _ to return to the previous menu or _ to return to television viewing . IMPORTANT If you are not using theAV Network System , set it to Off so channel selection works correctly . 27
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The AV Connection Menu , continued The AV Network For use with compatible Mitsubishi AV Network or ACTIVE AV Network A / V products . With an Active AV Network compatibleVCR , some TV and VCR functions can be simplified to just a few presses of the remote control buttons . With an AV Network compatible VCR , you can set the AV Network to Off and still pass the remote control signal from theTV to theVCR . For a detailed explanation of Active AV Network , see page 53 . See the chart on page 30 to determine the correct settings . TV Speakers This selection will turn on or off the TV's built - in speakers . You may select Off when sending the sound through a separate stereo system or surround sound AV receiver . See the chart on page 30 to determine the correct settings . IMPORTANT Changing theTV Speakers from OFF to ON will cause theTV speakers to turn on . To prevent damaging theTV speakers from a sudden increase in volume , make sure theTV volume is turned down before choosing ON . AV Receiver at Input I Set toYes when you connect an AV Receiver's video output to theTV's INPUT I to prevent a possible " feed - back " loop when changing the input selection of the AV Receiver . See the chart on page 30 to determine the correct settings . 28
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The AV Connection Menu , continued Audio Output Select Fixed if your Audio Receiver or Stereo System has a remote control , This allows you to adjust the volume with that remote . Select Variable if your Audio Receiver or Stereo System does not have a remote , This allows you to use theTV to adjust the volume . See the chart on page 30 to determine the correct settings , Selecting the Menu Language Changing the On - Screen Language Use to display the on - screen menus in either English or Spanish ( Espaffol ) , The first time your television was powered on , you were requested to select an on - screen menu language . If the current selection is correct , you do not need to change it . 29
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The AV Connection Chart Setting choices vary depending on which components are connected to the TV . Below is a chart of common combinations and their recommended settings . TV Feature Setting Equipment TV connection Active AV TV AV Receiver Audio Connected used Network Speakers at Input I Output Off Fixed or VCR without On No VCR Output to : • Active AV Network Variable TV Input I , Active Off No Variable VCR with VCR Output to : • Active AV Network , TV Input I . ( alsoset VCR TV Audio Outputs to : AV Network • non - remote controlled receiver stereo system inputs . to On ) or stereo system Active Off No Fixed VCR with VCR Output to : • Active AV Network ( use the remote TV Input I . ( alsoset VCR for the AV receiver • remote controlled AV Network TV Audio Outputs tO : or stereo to control receiver stereo system inputs . to On ) the volume ) or stereo system Home Theater AV Off Off Yes TV Audio outputs Fixed receiver with to the AV receiver inputs . ( use the remote AV receiver monitor video • remote , for the AV receiver output to TV Input I . to control the • any VCR All other AV equipment • and any other volume ) outputs to AV receiver AV equipment inputs . Home Theater AV Off Off Yes Fixed TV Audio & Video outputs receiver with ( use the remote to the AV receiver inputs . AV receiver monitor video for the AV receiver • remote , to control the and S - Video ouput to • any VCR volume ) TV Inputs I and 2 . • and any other AV equipment All other AV equipment using a combination outputs tO AV receiver of video inputs . and S - Video cables . IMPORTANT See page 53 for more detailed information regarding the AV Network 3O
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Input Source Selection INPUT If you want to view a picture from your DVD , VCR , camcorder or laser disc player , you need to select the input the product is con - nected to . Use the input button on the front panel or the remote control INPUT button . After selection , the input name will display briefly in the upper left corner of the screen . Your input source can be : • ANTA orANT B - for antenna or cable systems signals . • INPUT I or INPUT 2 - for audio video product connected to the TV back panel terminals . • INPUT 3 - for audio video product connected to theTV front panel terminals . • DVD - for component ( Y , Cr , Cb ) DVD players . Changing Channels _ E _ P Numbers * enter the number , the channel will change in 4 seconds QV ( QuickView _ ) press QVto see the last channelselected SQV ( SuperQuickView TM ) / press to see SQV memorized _ channels , in order Channel pressthe channel button to view channelsin order * When changing channels directly , you can change them faster by : I . entering three numbers ; for channel 2 , press 002 OR ENTE _ 2 . press number and ENTER ; for channel 2 , press 2 then _ . 31
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Remote Control for the Sleep Timer Setting the SleepTimer SLEEP Press _ on the remote control , TheTV will display the message : I Sleep : 030 Min . I SLEEP With each press of _ the time increases in 30 minute intervals until the maximum of 120 minutes is displayed . SLEEP Release _ when the desired time is set . SLEEP To see how much time is left until the timer goes off , press _ once . The remaining time will display on - screen . Canceling the SleepTimer SLEEP Press _ to see the on - screen display . SLEEP Press _ until you see the message : I Sleep : OFF l The timer will be canceled . O O OC } SLEEP OOO _ - . , _ m _ mJBm , ii 32
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TheV - Chip Parent Lock Setting theV - Chip Parent Lock You can use theV - Chip Parent Lock to Block or Allow programs based on the ratings sent by the broadcast stations . The default setting is to allow all pro - grams . You can block programs by the type of program and by the categories you want blocked . Or you can block all programs during a specific time period . To use the V - Chip Parent lock , you will : • Enter a passcode • Select theV - chip ratings and categories to block • Select theV - chip hours to lock and unlock for television programs • Select lock by time Enter a Passcode MENU I . Press _ to display the Main Menu . 2 . PressAorV to select V - Chip Parent Lock . PressE _ R , 3 . Using the number keys , enter four numbers . To delete a character and move back one space , press CANCEL ENTER . Press _ to set the passcode and go to theV - chip ratings menu . MENU 4 . To exit without entering a passcode , press _ to HOME go to the previous menu or _ to return to television viewing . IMPORTANT If you forget your four - digit passcode , please see Appendix 3 : Procedure for Bypassing the Parent Lock . 33
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TheV - Chip Parent Lock , continued V - Chip ratings and categories Ant - A 011 KTTV Rating guidelines are provided by broadcast stations . Most television programs and television movies can be blocked byTV Rating and Individual Categories . Movies that have been shown at theaters or direct - to - video IMPORTANT movies use the Movie Rating system only . TV ratings can be viewed by If noV - Chip rating and / or pressing the info button on your remote category signal is sent from the control , broadcaster , no rating informa - tion will be displayed . ForTelevision Programs including made - for - television movies : OFF TV - Y TV - Y7 TV - G TV - PG TV - 14 TV - MA atings Parental nMaturece V - Chip is Youth Youth General Guidance 14 + Years Audie Categories off 7 + years Audience Allow / Block * * FV - Fantasy Violence Allow / Block * Allow / Block * D - Sexual Dialog Allow / Block * Allow / Block * Allow / Block * L - Adult Language Allow / Block * Allow / Block * Allow / Block * S - Sexual Situations V - Violence Allow / Block * Allow / Block * Allow / Block * Aflow / Block Allow / Block Allow / Block Allow / Block Allow / Block Allow / Block Allow / Block Program not rated * Allowing or Blocking specific categories within a particularV - Chip rating will allow or blockALL program content carrying I IMPORTANT that signal . Example : By choosingTV - MA and blockingV - Blocking " Programs not rated " may Violence , ALL programing carrying theV - Violence signal , block emergency programing . Please whether rated TV - PG , TV - 14 , or TV - MA , will be blocked . use care when se ect ng th s sett ng . * * The Fantasy Violence category pertains to the TV - Y7 rating ONLY . For Movies previously shown in theaters or Direct - to - Videot : OFF G PG PG - 13 R NC - 17 X Movie Ratings General Parental V - Chip is Restricted 18 + Years Adult I Guidance 13 + Years off Audience and Descr pt ons If you set the lock for PG - 13 ; G , PG and PG - 13 will be available . R , N - 17 and X will be blocked . * Video tapes , laser discs or DVD's may not contain the speciaIV - Chip rating signals . If this occurs , theV - Chip lock cannot be used to block these movies . 34
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TheV - Chip Parent Lock , continued SelectingV - Chip ratings and categories I . After entering your passcode , press • or • to select the rating system you want to use . . Press • to move to the setting field . ForTV and Movie Ratings , press • or • to select the pro - grams rating you want to block . For Individual Category , press • or • to allow or block . 3 . To limitV - chip hours or to enable lock by time , ENTER press • or • , then G to go to theV - Chip Hours / Lock byTime menu . To exit , press _ to return to the previous menu or _ E to return to television viewing . IMPORTANT Blocking programs with theV - chip will cause a delay when programs change , or when you change channels . TheV - chip reviews each change to ensure that it is " Allowed " . Selecting theV - chip hours to lock and unlock for television programs You may use theV - chip lock to block programs during specific hours , and later have it automatically turn off , so all programming is displayed . If theV - chip start and stop time are the same , or if no start or stop time are specified , theV - chip will be on 24 hours a day . I . After entering your passcode , press • or • to select V - Chip Hours / LockTime and press E _ R . 2 . PressA0r • to selectV - Chip StartTime . Press • to move to the setting field . Press • 0rTselect the time . Press < after making your choice . 3 . Select theV - Chip StopTime the same way . MENU HOME 4 . To exit , press _ to go to the previous menu or to return to television viewing . 35
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The V - Chip Parent Lock , continued Select Lock byTime You may lock all TV viewing for a set time period , To view programs during the locked time , enter your four - digit passcode . To lock theTV : I . After entering your passcode , pressA0rV to select V - Chip Hours / LockTime and pressE _ R . 2 . PressAor _ ' to select Lock byTime , Press • to move to the setting field and use A0rV to choose On . Press • after making your choice . 3 . PressA0rV to select LockTime . Press • after making your choice . Select UnlockTime the same way . MENU HOME 4 . To exit , press _ to go to the previous menu or to return to television viewing . 5 . To view theTV during the locked time , enter your passcode , when it is requested . 6 . To reset the TV lock , turn off the TV . IMPORTANT I . When Lock byTime is off : If LockTime and Unlock Time are set to the same time , the Parent Lock will be inactive . 2 . When Lock byTime is On : If LockTime and Unlock Time are not set , the Parent Lock will be active 24 hours a clay . 36
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The Channel Edit Menu Using the Channel Edit Menu • Add or Delete Channels • Select Names for Channels • Select Preset Names for Inputs • Select SuperQuickView TM Channels To use edit channel features : MENU I . Press _ to display the Main Menu . Press • orV ENTER to select the CHANNEL EDIT menu . Press O • 2 . Press • 0rV to select the menu option you want to change . Press _ to move to the setting field . Press • or • to change the selection . 3 . Press • after making your choice . MENU 4 . To exit , press O to return to the previous menu HOME or _ to return to television viewing . Adding and Deleting Channels After all available channels have been memorized with the " Memorize Chan - nels " feature , weaker channels viewed with AntA orAnt B can be added back in or unwanted channels can be deleted , on an individual basis . 37
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The Channel Edit Menu , continued Selecting Names for Channels You can personally name the channels yourTV receives , up to a maximum of four characters . After you enter a name , it will appear on screen , next to the channel number . SelectAntA or B for INPUT . Select the memorized CHANNEL you want to name . At the NAME field , you can use letters ( A - Z ) , numbers ( 0 - 9 ) and / or symbols ( ! . & ' / : * - , and blank ) . Press enter to select a character and go to next position . If you want to change your selection while in the option field , use CANCEL to delete the current charac - ter . This will move the cursor one position back . If you press CANCEL while at the first character , the entire name will be deleted . Selecting Preset Names for the Inputs This feature allows you to keep track of components that are connected to your TV by selecting preset names for Inputs I , 2 , or 3 . The new name will appear on the screen display when the inputs are selected . There are 15 names that you can choose from , they are : VCR1 ; VCR2 ; DVD ; LASER ; SAT ( satellite ) ; CABLE ; CAM ( camcorder ) ; GAME ; VHS ; S - VHS ; DTV ; WEB ( Internet set - top - box ) ; MAIN ; AUX ; and SURV ( surveillance or security ) . 38
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The Channel Edit Menu , continued Selecting SuperQuickView TM Channels SuperQuickView TM allows you to put together a list of your favorite channels . You can quickly look through the list using the SQV button . Once you've added a channel to the SQV memory , the letters " SQV " appear under the channel number any time the channel number is displayed , even if you tune to the channel using another method . IMPORTANT SQV memorizes channels from ANTA orANT B only . adding the SQV channels directly with the remote control I . Use the CHANNEL button or number buttons to select the channel you want to add to the list , 2 Press and hold the SQV button for about 3 seconds . The letters " SQV " will appear under the channel number , indicating that the channel has been added to SuperQuickView TM memory . removing SQV channels with the remote control I . Press the SQV button repeatedly to select the channel to be CHANNEL removed from the list . 2 . While the channel number and SQV indicators are still displayed on the screen , press the CANCEL button . CANCEL . When the SQV indicator disappears , the channel has been canceled from the SuperQuickView TM list . If you wait until the channel and SQV indicators disappear automatically , then the CANCEL button will not remove the channel from the list . 39
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The Advanced Features Menu The Advanced Features Menu • Select Closed Captioning , page 41 • Select theTimer Option , page 42 • SelectVideo Mute , page 42 • Adjust the Convergence , pages 43 - 44 Using the Advanced Features Menu : MENU I . Press O to display the Main Menu . Press AorV tose _ c _ he ADVANCED FEATURES menu . Press0 . 2 . PressAOrV to select the ADVANCED FEATURES menu options you want to change . 3 . For CAPTIONS , TIMER or CONVERGENCE , press E _ R tO go tO the selected menu . Then pressAor V to select the option you want to set or change . Press • to move to the setting field and press AorV to change the setting . Press • after making your choice . For Video Mute , press • to move to the setting field and pressAorVto change the setting . Press • after making your choice . MENU L [ To exit , press _ to return to the previous menu or H _ E tO return to television viewing . 4O
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The Advanced Features Menu , continued Select Closed Captioning You can turn on or off the closed caption decoder screen . You can also choose black or gray as the background color for the closed caption area . IMPORTANT The content of captions are determined by the broadcaster . If your captions show strange characters , misspellings , or odd grammar , it is not a malfunction of theTV . There are two types of captioning that broadcasters can send : standard and text . Standard captioning follows the dialogue of the characters on - screen and displays in a small section of the screen when the broadcaster is sending the closed captioning . Text captioning often contains information such as weather or news . Text captioning blocks a portion of the program that is on - screen . YourTV can decode four different standard captioning signals and four different text captioning signals from each TV station . However , each station may broadcast only one or two captioning signals , or none at all . When setting the decoder , you can choose to display : one of four standard captioning signals ( CC I , CC2 , CC3 , CC4 ) one of four text captioning signals ( Text I , Text 2 , Text 3 , Text 4 ) captions when mute ( On if mute ) no captions when mute ( Off ) If you select " On if mute " the standard captioning signal ( CC I ) will appear whenever you use the MUTE button . If you set the decoder to a " standard " caption setting or " On if mute " and tune to a broadcaster that is not sending a caption signal , no captions will appear . IMPORTANT A large black or gray box will appear on your TV screen , if you have selected text captioning , and no text signal is being broadcast . 41
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The Advanced Features Menu , continued Select the Timer Option This special feature will automatically : I . Turn theTV on , if it is off . OR 2 . Tune to a memorized channel on ANTA orANT B , or select INPUT I , INPUT 2 , INPUT 3 , or the DVD INPUT at a specific time and day . IMPORTANT TheTV's clock must be set before you can set the timer . If you haven't set the clock and / or day , you will see the SETUP Menu with Clock Time selected instead of theTimer menu . IMPORTANT When the timer turns theTV on , the message " Press a key forTV to stay on " is shown . If you don't press a button on the remote control or front panel within 5 minutes , theTV will automatically turn off . Select Video Mute Video Mute lets you display a blue screen when no signal is being received from Input I , Input 2 , Input 3 or DVD . 42
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The Advanced Features Menu , continued Convergence Your Mitsubishi Projection TV has three picture tubes with large diameter lenseswhich are aligned to project light beams on the screen . Each picture tube projects only one color : red , green or blue . During production , your television was carefully adjusted to properly align these colors . As a special feature , you have the ability to adjust the color convergence , should you think that the red and / or blue light beams are out of alignment . The green beam acts as a fixed reference for aligning the red and blue beams . Static Convergence aligns the whole screen at one time . Advanced convergence aligns 64 individual adjustment positions Adjusting the Static Convergence : MENU L PressO to display the Main Menu . 2 PressA or • to select Advanced Features . PressE _ R . ENTER 3 . PressA0r • to select Convergence . Press O . PressA0r • to select either Red or Blue Conve _ gence . Press E _ R 5 . PressA , V0r _ to align the color you selected with the fixed green lines . The vertical and hori - zontal lines will merge into a single white cross when aligned correctly . VEDEO Press _ to switch between red and blue . MENU AUDiO 7 . Press _ to exit , or _ to proceed to Advanced Convergence . 43
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The Advanced Features Menu , continued Advanced Convergence Before you can adjust theAd - vanced Convergence , you must adjust the Static Convergence for both Red and Blue . I . PressA ) , V or • to move the flashing bracket to a position that needs adjustment . Press E _ R tO stop the flashing and begin the adjustment . 2 . Press • I _ v or • to move the red or blue line . A position is converged when all three lines combine to make a white line , ENTER 3 . Press _ when aligned and the bracket will flash again . You may now repeat steps I - 3 until you are IMPORTANT satisfied with the grid alignment . There are more than 64 line VIDEO 4 . Press _ to alternate between red and blue . intersections . However , the bracket will only stop on the 64 MENU adjustment positions . 5 . To exit , press O to return to the previous menu HOME or O to return to television viewing . Resetting the Factory Defaults MENU L Press _ to display the Main Menu . Z Press • or • to select Advanced Features . Press E _ R . ENTER . PressAor • to select Convergence . Press _ . PressA or • to select Reset Factory Default . PressE _ R . The message " Convergence reset completed " will display when the defaults are reset - MENU 5 . To exit , press _ to return to the previous menu HOME . . . . or _ to return to televms _ onviewing . 44
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Audio / Video Settings Menu Adjusting the Audio and Video Settings The TV has five AV audio video memo - ries . The memories are : Standard , Daylight , Evening , Home Theater and DVD . You can adjust the settings of each memory using the menus or you may adjust the settings of the currently used memory using the remote control , AV Reset will return the setting of the currently selected memory to the original factory presets . The memory for each input ( AntennaA or B , Input I , 2 , 3 or DVD ) is preset to Standard . You can select and adjust a different memory for each of the TV inputs , which will be recalled each time that input is selected . VIDEO _ : : _ i _ i _ ! ! _ " : _ , , b J Using the AUDIO orVIDEO button on the remote control i ) i AUDIO V _ DEO ADJUST J 1 , I . Press _ or _ repeatedly until the desired setting displays at the bottom of the screen . ® NN 2 . Press'orl _ to change the setting . In 5 seconds the / g zllc ) display will disappear . . Am 45
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Audio / Video Settings Menu , continued AV Memory Menu Settings I . Press INPUT on the remote to select the desired input to change , MENU 2 . Press O to display the Main Menu . 3 . Press AorVto select AUDIO / VIDEO ENTER SETTINGS . Press 6 • 4 . PressAorV to select AV Memory . 5 . Press • to move to the setting field . PressAOrV to select the AV Memory to change . Press4 after making your choice . 6 . PressA0rVto selec _ DIO SETTINGS orVIDEO SETTINGS . Press 6 to display the individual settings , Press4 or • to change the setting , AV Reset I . Select the AV Memory to reset , 2 . PressAOrV to select AV Reset . ENTER 3 . Press _ to return to the currently selected memory's factory default settings . MENU HOME 4 . Press O to return to the previous menu or to return to television viewing . 46
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Audio / Video Settings Menu , continued Adjusting the picture Descriptions of video settings IRIS TM is the Intelligent Room Illumination ( light ) Sensor . When IRIS is on , yourTV will automatically adjust the picture contrast and brightness for the best picture based on your room lighting . Contrast provides a scale that controls the level of white - to - black in the picture . Low contrast will show a variety of shades in the darker images on the screen . High contrast will show the screen's dark images more uniformly black and make the colors on the screen seem more vibrant . Brightness provides a scale that controls the overall brightness of the picture . Sharpness provides a scale that adjusts the detail and clarity of the picture . Tint provides a scale that adjusts the proportion of red to green in the picture . Color provides a scale that determines the intensity of the color . ColorTemp ( Color temperature ) allows you to set how theTV will display white images . Your choices are " Low 6500K , " " High : ' or " Medium : ' With the Low 6500K setting , white imageson - screen will have a warm cast to them . This setting represents the 6500 ° K industry standard . This adjustment is an average and can vary due to ambient room lighting , video scene brightness and the TV's age . With the High setting , white imageson - screen will have a cool cast to them . This setting may provide the most realistic picture under bright lighting . With the Medium setting , white images on - screen will be balanced between the Low ( warm ) and High ( cool ) settings . Adjusting the sound Descriptions of audio settings Bass enhances or reduces low frequency sound . Treble enhances or reduces high frequency sound . Balance adjusts the level of sound between the left and right speakers . 47
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Audio / Video Settings Menu , continued Adjusting the sound , continued Surround creates simulated stereo and surround effects when using theTV speakers . You can set this setting to " Off , " " Simulate " or " Surround . " Select : Offwhen you do not want to use any surround effects . Set the surround setting to " OFF " when using an A / V receiver with Dolby _ Pro Logic Surround , or Dolby Digital Surround . Simulate when you are watching a non - stereo program . YourTV will create a simulated stereo effect by using the TV's speakers . Surround when you are watching a stereo program . Your TV's internal speakers will create a simulated surround effect , making the sound seem to extend around and behind you . Listen to determines how yourTV will receive a broadcast audio signal and play back the sound that you hear . You can set this function to " Stereo " " SAP " or " Mono . " Stereo is the default setting . With this setting , theTV will play stereo broadcasts in stereo an . _ dmono broadcasts in mono . Stereo broadcasts will display the word " Stereo " when you tune to that channel . SAP is an additional monaural soundtrack that you can't hear during normal TV viewing . The SAP signal might be related to the program you are watching , such as a soundtrack in a foreign language , or it might be unrelated such as a weather report . If the SAP signal is broadcast , the letters " SAP " will appear on - screen when you tune to that channel . Choose " Listen to : SAP " to hear the SAP signal . Mono will reduce background noise and should be used if you are receiving a weak stereo audio signal . The sound will be only in mono even if the program you are watching is in stereo . Level Sound automatically equalizes the volume level of programs that contain significant sound level differences from one segment to another , for example ; regular programming to commercials . To receive the best audio fidelity for music programs , you may want to turn this setting to Off . " Dolby ; ' " AC - 3 " ' " Pro Logic " and the double - D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories LicensingCorporation . Copyright 1992 Dolby Laboratories , inc . All rights reserved . 48
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Whenyourremotecontrolhasbeenprogrammetdo operateothermanufacturerp'sroductsthenc - functionsit performsoneachlayerwill varybymanufacturearndmodel , Themostcommonfu tionsare : VCl _ • POWER • PAUSE • CHANNEL up / down • REW / REV • REC • PLAY • STOP • FF / FWD MitsubishiVCRs will be compatible with additional keys Cable Boxes and Satellite Receivers : • POWER • 0 - 9 number keys ( on some models ) • CHANNEL up / down • CANCEL ( on some models ) • ENTER ( on some models ) • GUIDE ( on some models ) • ARROW up / down / left / right ( on some models ) AV Receivers : • POWER • DIRECT INPUT SELECTION • VOLUME ( on some Mitsubishi models ) • MUTE MITSUBISHI CD Players ( when using audio code 010 or 01 I ) : • PLAY • PAUSE • FF • STOP • REW DVD and Laser Disc players ( not all functions for all models ) : • POWER • PAUSE • 0 - 9 numbers • REW • MENU • PLAY • CANCEL • ARROW up / down / left / right • STOP • CHANNEL up / down ( for skip ) 49
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Special Remote Control Functions , continued Picture in Picture Mode You can display a PiP in one of five sizes or you can display up to three POP's ( Picture - outside - Picture ) . The PIP or POP can be shown in all inputs , except DVD . The INPUT source To see the PIP you need to select an input source . If the only input you have connected is ANT A , then both the main picture and PIP will both be from ANTA . If you have connected other video products , you may be able to view the main picture and PIP images from different input sources . Please review the chart to see the possible combinations : PIP : Main Picture : ANTA ANT B INPUT 1 INPUT2 INPUT3 DVD ANT A X X X X n / a ANT B X X X X n / a INPUT 1 X X X X _ / a INPUT 2 X X X X _ / a X X X X _ / a INPUT 3 ADJUST PIP / POP PIP SIZE PiPCH PiP iNPUT PAUSE EXCI - 5O
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Special Remote Control Functions , continued Selecting the INPUT source PIP / POP A _ - A 01 _ KTTV pip A 008 I . To viewaPIPimage , press _ . TV - PG DLSV PIPINPUT _ QV 2 . To seetheavailablPeIPinputsp , ress _ repeatedlyT . he input name willbe displayeodn screenforaboutfiveseconds . Turnon the equipment connected to INPUT 1,2 or 3 if you select one of these inputs as the PIP input source , Changing the PIP channel when PIP input source is ANT A PIPIPOP I . Press _ . RP CH 2 . Press to show a different channel on the PIP PIP / POP 3 . Cancel the PIP by pressing _ again . Changing the PIP size You have a choice of five PIP sizes . Ant - AOI _ pip AO08 Ant - A Ol _ KTTV p _ p AO08 PIP SIZE S _ ereo SAp S _ ereo SAp TV - pG DLSV TV . PG DLSV To change the PIP size , press _ , SQV SQV Each press will change the size . Moving the PIP image ADJUST Press to move the PIP image anywhere on the screen . VCR Freezing the PIP image rr ' : o , o Verify that select switch is in the TV position , PAUSE While viewing a PIP channel , press Q to freeze the image . PAUSE Press Q again to return to a live picture . 51
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Remote Control of the PIP ( Picture - in - Picture ) , continued exchanging the PIP and main picture image _ ' : ' _ , : _ _ _ _ ' Press | to exchange the PIP and main picture image . IMPORTANT If the main picture is fromANT B and the PIP is fromANTA , a blank PIP will display when exchanged . Displaying one or three POP ( Picture - Outside - Picture ) images . PIP / POP I . Press _ to see one POP image . The POP channel will be different than the mainTV picture channel . If the POP image is from ANT - A , you can use PIP CH to change the POP image . TV POP PICTURE PIP / POP 2 . Press m again to display three POP's . When the POP image is from ANT A , each image will be a different channel . Only one POP image will be live action . The POP 1 I others will be frozen . TV POP 2 I PICTURE POP 3 I P _ P / POP 4 . To return to a PIP image , press m again . Ant - A 011 KTTV PIP A 008 Stereo SAP TV - PG DLSV SQV 52
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Remote Control of the Active AV Network The AV Network is a special feature that makes it easier to use your television and other Mitsubishi A / V components together . When you connect the AV Network , you can point the remote control at the television , and it will pass the remote control command to other components . You will gain even more benefits if you have a Mitsubishi VCR equipped for the Active AV Network and a Mitsubishi DVD player . Before you begin , be sure you have : Made the correct AV Network connections . Refer to " ' Connection of TV to the Active AV Network " in the Connections section . Connected yourVCR to INPUT - I of yourTV and / or connected your DVD to DVD INPUT . Set yourVCR's remote control settings toVCR . Turned yourVCR video mute setting on . Turned the Active AV Network feature in the VCR and the TV's menu to ACTIVE . Using the PLAY key on the remote , after selectingVCR with the slide switch : Active AV Network will turn yourVCR on and begin playing a tape ( if tape is inside ) . Active AV Network will turn yourTV on and switch it to INPUT - I . When you turn your TV off , yourVCR will turn off , unless it is playing or record - ing . Displaying theVCR menu When you set the remote toVCR and then press MENU : • Active AV Network will turn on yourVCR if it is off and display theVCR's menu ( this function may not work with some older MitsubishiVCR's ) . • Active AV Network will turn on yourTV if it is off and switch it to INPUT - I . Using the PLAY key on the remote , after selecting DVD with the slide switch : Your remote must be programmed to operate Mitsubishi DVD players . Active AV Network will turn on your TV and switch it to DVD INPUT . If your DVD player is in range of the remote and has a disc inside , the DVD will turn on and the disc will begin playing . IF , MPORTAN11T When using the Active AJV Network , always point I your remote contro at your te ev s on . 53
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FrontControl Panel S - VIDEO VIDEO L - AUDIO - R TIMER POWER ENTER MENU A / VRESET INPUT o © ENIER MENU Back Panel Terminals I 0 O v TUNE _ I MONITOR 0 D E Y @ O A CABLE c , @ @ L L U ( MONO ) ANT - A LOOP - OUT ANT - B D I c0 @ @ _ B _ ) ( _ ) ( _ ( 7 \ HF / HUHF ) O 0 O O DVD ACTIVE AN NETWORK ( YCrCb ) AUDIO FIXED / 2 1 VARIABLE ® INPUT OUTPUT INPUT 54
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Front Panel Control Functions Many remote control buttons are duplicated on the front control panel . Power , volume , channel and input operate the same way , using either remote control or front panel buttons . IRIS TM Intelligent Room Illumination ( light ) Sensor . Turn this feature on or off using the video button on your remote . When IRIS is on , your TV will automatically adjust picture contrast and brightness for the best picture based on your room lighting . TIMER LIGHT If you set the TV to turn on at a specific time ( see Timer Menu in the Menu section ) the light will blink green when the television is off . TIMER When the power is on , the light will shine steadily . 0 ADJUST , • _ " • or • These are the same as the buttons on your remote control , In the menu screens , you can use these buttons to move through the menu options and setting fields , and make or delete selections . _ R MENU , MENu ENTER , E _ - _ MENU AN BESET CANCEL _ , _ CANOEL A / V RESET Press this button to reset all of the A / V memory categories to the factory default settings . RESET VIDEO Connect the video output of a camcorder or other video compo - VIDEO nent to the TV . S - VIDEO Connect the S - video output of a camcorder or other S - video S - V _ DEO component to the TV . If you connect a S - video cable to this termi - nal , you cannot use the adjacentVIDEO input . @ L - AUDIO - R Connect the audio output from a camcorder or other component ( MONO ) to your TV . L AUDIO R 55
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Back Panel Terminals Antenna ( ANT - A , CABLE LOOP - ANTA andANT - B receive signals fromVHF / UHF antennas or a OUT , ANT - B ) cable system , CABLE LOOP OUT sends theANT - A signal out to CABLE another component ( such as aVCR ) . AN % A LOOP - OUT AP _ T . 8 Connects Mitsubishi product that have an A / V network terminal . Active A / V Network ACTIVE PJV NETWORK ® Either of these video terminals connect to a S - video signal from a INPUT I and 2 S - Video SuperVHS ( S - VHS ) VCR , laser disc player or other audio video device to the TV , If you connect to S - Video , you cannot connect to @ @ standard video . 2 _ ' J INPUT I and 2 video input Connect the video output from a standardVCR or other equipment to the TV . O0 INPUT I and 2 audio input Connect the audio output from aVCR or other equipment to the TV . Component video and Connect the component video and audio signals from a DVD player audio input or other equipment with component video outputs to theTV . If you connect the three component video terminals ( DVD ) and you wish to use the TV's built in speakers , use the adjacent audio inputs for your audio connection . ( This input is only compatible with 480i components ) . Video monitor / tuner output Sends the TV video signal to an A / V receiver or other equipment . Audio output Sends the TV's audio signal to an A / V receiver or other equipment . 56
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Possible Solution Problem The TV remote control doesn't work • Check that the batteries are installed correctly . • Check that the select switch is set to " TV " . • Be no more than 20 feet from the TV when using the remote control . The TV takes several seconds to respond • Press ENTER after a command to avoid delays . to channel commands • Use the three digit number , i . e . 002 for channel 2 . • Try using the number keys to select the channel . You can't access a channel • Be sure the channel you want to view is in memory . • Check that the TV is tuned to the correct input source for that channel . • Make sure the V - chip lock is off . On - screen displays appear each time • This is part of normal TV operation . you change a function You can't program the TV to turn on automatically • The TV may be locked . • Clock is not set . There's no sound even when the volume is turned up • Check to see if the MUTE button is on . • The TV's " Listen to : " setting may be set to S . A . P . • Check that " TV Speakers " setting is ON . You forget your parent lock passcode • See " Bypassing the Parent Lock , Appendix 3 " . Antenna - B doesn't appear asa PIPsource • Antenna B cannot be a PIPsource when Antenna A is the main picture . The sound doesn't match the screen picture • The TV's " Listen to : " setting may be set to S . A . P . Change in Audio Video Memory Settings . There is a large black or gray rectangle on the screen • The TV has been set to " text " mode , but there is no text information being broadcast . Turn Off in the CAPTION menu ( page 41 ) . • You cannot see a picture when you play a VCR tape If you connected your VCR with AN cables , use the INPUT button to select the Input source ( Input 1,2 , or 3 ) that the VCR is connected to . 57
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Important Notes Warning : Don't leave stationary or letterboxed images on - screen for extended periods of time . Mix the types of pictures shown . The normal use of aTV should include a mixture of television picture types . The most used pictures types should fill the screen with constantly moving images rather than stationary images or patterns . Displaying the same stationary patterns over extended periods of time , or displaying the same stationary pattern frequently can leave a subtle but permanent ghost image in your picture . Note that moving images with stationary black bars can also leave a subtle but permanent ghost image . To avoid this , mix your viewing pattern ; do not show the same stationary image for more than 15 % of your totaITV viewing in any one week . Display constantly moving and changing images that fill the screen whenever possible . This projection television uses picture tubes to project the image to the screen . All picture tubes age with use . As they age , their light output is gradually reduced . Normal television pictures fill the screen with constantly changing images . In these conditions , the picture tubes age at an even rate across the entire screen . This maintains aTV picture that is evenly bright over the whole screen . Stationary images or images that only partially fill the screen ( leaving blank or colored bars to fill the screen ) , when used over extended periods of time or when viewed repeatedly , can cause uneven aging of the phosphors and leave subtle ghosts of the stationary images in the picture . Uneven picture tube aging is not covered by the warranty . Still or stationary imagesmay be received from broadcasters , cable channels or satellite channels , DVD discs , video tapes , laser discs , on - line services or web / internet searching devices , video games and digital television tuner / converter boxes . Examples of these types of image can be , but are not limited to the following : • Letterbox top / bottom black bars ( These are the black bars shown at the top and bottom of the screen when you watch a widescreen movie on a standard TV ) • Side bar images ( These are the solid bars shown on each side of the image when you watch a normaITV program on a widescreenTV ) • Stock - market report bars ( These are the row of stock prices normally shown at the bottom of the screen during a financial report ) • Shopping channel Iogos and pricing displays ( Especially bright displays that are shown constantly or repeatedly in the same place on the screen ) • Video game patterns or scoreboards • Bright station Iogos ( Subtle , low - contrast Iogos are less likely to cause uneven aging , especially if they are translucent and are not always projected in the same spot ) • On - line ( internet ) web sites or other computer style images that are not changed or are left on display for long periods of time 58
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Important Notes , continued Warning : If you place speakers next to the TV , make sure they are magnetically shielded . Ordinary speakers will cause distortion in the picture due to their strong magnets . This distortion , however , will not harm the picture tubes . For maximum enjoyment and safe operation of your Mitsubishi TV , please read IMPORTANT SAFE - GUARDS , pages 3 and 4 of your Owners Guide , very carefully and apply them properly Cleaning : Normally , light dusting with a non - scratching duster will keep your TV clean . If you want to wipe down your TV , turn it off and unplug it . Then , wipe it gently with a soft cloth slightly moistened with water . You can add a few drops of mild liquid detergent to the water for oily dirt . DO NOT allow liquid to enter theTV through the ventilation slots . DO NOT use strong or abrasive cleaners . DO NOT use spray liquids or cleaners directly on theTV's surface . DO NOT scrub or rub theTV harshly . Wipe gently . 59
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If Service is Required If you are unable to correct a problem with your TV , consult your Mitsubishi dealer or Mitsubishi Authorized Warranty Service Center . DO NOT adjust any controls not described in this owner's guide . 130 NOT remove the protective back cover of this unit . If you see the following display on your screen , you should not change any settings . This is a special display used by the factory . If any settings are changed , your warranty may be void . NOTE : " Series Settings " are included for reference only and will vary from those shown below . If this display appears , make sure that all of the on / off settings are the same as the illustration below and then turn the TV off . If any of the settings are different from the illustration below , turn the TV off and consult your Mitsubishi dealer or Mitsubishi Authorized Warranty Service Center . Initial E2RESET Power Res Oft When Mute On Direct key mode Oft VS - 70705 V - CHIP On Series Setting : . . . . . . . Series Setting : VZ8 . . . . . . . . 6O
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Thecustom - fittedDiamondShieldisanextraprotectionfor yourtelevisionscreen . It hasaspecial tint thatenhancepsicturecontrastandfilterscolorsto enhancepicturecolorquality . It canbe removedor installeda , ccordingto yourpreference . ForVS - 45607 , VS - 506a0n7dV , S - 60607th , eDiamondShieldisanoptionthatcanbepurchased separatelfyromyourMitsubishdiealerT . heoptionalDiamondShieldisnot manufacturewdiththe speciatlint . FormodelsthathavetheDiamondShieldalreadyinstalledy , oucanremovetheshieldifyouprefer . FormodelswheretheDiamondShieldisincludedinaseparatepackageyo , ucaneasilyinstaltlhe shield . CarefullyremovethemaskinpgaperontheDiamondShieldT . hisisthecoateds , cratch - resistanstidewhichshouldfaceoutwardfromtheTV . Thenremovetheplasticsheetfromtheother sideoftheDiamondShieldT . hisistheuncoatedsidewhichshouldfaceintotheTV . Wearcottonglovesto prevenftingerprintsontheDiamondShield . Installation or removal of the Diamond Shield : • To install optional Diamond ShieldTM : remove the top molding clip with a small fiat head screwdriver , pressed into the opening at the upper corner ( Illustration I ) remove the bottom molding clip , with a small fiat head screw - driver , pressed into opening at the bottom corner after loosening corners , pull gently to remove to install , insert shield by sliding it into the right side channel ( Illustration 2 ) gently press on the shield sides to bow the screen towards you insert the left side channel install with the molding clips provided . Do not force . Illustration 1 Illustration 2 61