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_ MITSUBISHI Projection TV Owner's / ' - _ _ - _ . _ A , - , UIU _
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RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT REMOVE COVER ( OR BACK ) . NO USER - SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE . REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated " dangerous voltage " within the product's enclosure 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 : Don't leave stationary images , such as stock market reports , video games , station logos , or the TV's displays , on - screen for more than 10 minutes . Still patterns and repeated display of the same pattern can scar the picture tube , causing permanent damage to the TV . WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE CAUTION : TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD , DO NOT USE THIS UNIT'S ( POLARIZED ) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD , RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE . NOTE TO CATV gYSTEM INSTALI . _ R : THIS REMINDER IS PROVIDED TO CALL THE CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER'S ATTENTION TO ARTICLE 820 - 40 OF THE NEC THAT PROVIDES GUIDELINES FOR PROPER GROUNDING AND , IN PARTICULAR , SPECIFIES THAT THE CABLE GROUND SHALL BE CONNECTED TO THE GROUNDING SYSTEM OF THE BUILDING , AS CLOSE TO THE POINT OF CABLE ENTRY AS PRACTICAL .
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MITSUBISHI OWNER'S GUIDE of - - Co nte - n Important Safeguards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Preface : Welcome to Mitsubishi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Unpacking Your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 A Few Words about HDTV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Summary of Special Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 What's in Each Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Some Conventions Used in this Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Chapter 1 : Getting to Know Your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Overview of the Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Overview of the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 getting ready to use the remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 remote control keys and functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 using the remote control to operate VCRs , cable boxes and other equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 understanding the ViewPoint * on - screen menus . . . . . . . . . 29 the main menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 the setup menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 memorizing channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 changing channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 setting the clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 creating the AV connection ( Home Theater ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 setting the menu language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 DTV channel guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 DTV channel selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 using the closed caption decoder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 channel menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Using the Advanced Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 setting the timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 using the parental lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 using video mute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 the convergence menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Audio / Video Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 setting the A / V Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 customizing the A ! V memory settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
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Chapter 3 : Using the Special Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Understanding the On - Screen Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Using the Sleep Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 setting the sleep timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Using the Picture - in - Picture ( PIP ) Modes for Models VS - 50800 , VS - 50803 , VS - 60803 , VS - 70803 , VS - 80803 . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 activating the PIP image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 selecting the source of the PIP image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 changing channels while using the PIP modes . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 freezing the PIP image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 exchanging the PIP and main image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 changing the screen format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Special Features of Models WS - 65903 , WS - 73903 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 displaying the POP image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 changing the screen format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Diamond Shield TM Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Chapter 4 : Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 caution and care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 calling for service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Appendix : Procedure for Bypassing the Parental L _ _ k * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 98 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS PLEASE READ ALL THESE INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING YOUR TELEVISION SET AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE . FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS MARKED ON THE TV RECEIVER . 9 . Ventilation 1 . Read Instructions Slots and openings in the cabinet are Read all safety and operating instructions before provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operating the appliance . operation of the TV receiver and to protect it from overheating . Do not block these openings 2 . Retain Instructions or allow them to be blocked by placing the TV Retain the safety and operating instructions for receiver on a bed , sofa , rag , or other similar future reference . surface . Nor should it be placed over a radiator or heat register . If the TV receiver is to be 3 . Heed Warnings placed in a rack or bookcase , ensure that Adhere to all warnings on the appliance and in the there is adequate ventilation and that the operating instructions . manufacturer's instructions have been adhered to . 4 . Follow Instructions Follow all operating and use instructions . 10 . Power Sources This TV receiver should be operated only from D * Warning : the type of power source indicated on the 5 . Cleaning marking label . If you are not sure of the type of Unplug this TV receiver from the wall outlet before power supplied to your home , consult your cleaning . Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners . appliance dealer or local power company . Cleaners can permanently damage the cabinet or screen . Use a damp cloth for cleaning . 11 . Grounding or Polarization This TV receiver is equipped with a polarized 6 . Attachments and Equipment alternating current line plug having one blade Never add any attachments and / or equipment wider than the other . This plug will fit into the without approval of the manufacturer as such power outlet only one way . If you are unable to additions may result in the risk of fire , electric shock insert the plug fully into the outlet , try or other personal injury . reversing the plug . If the plug should still fail to fit , contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet . Do not defeat the safety 7 . Water and Moisture purpose of the polarized plug . Do not use this TV receiver where contact with or immersion in water is possible . Do not use near bath 12 . Power - Cord Protection tubs , wash bowls , kitchen sinks , laundry tubs , Power - supply cords should be routed so that swimming pools , etc . they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them , paying 8 . Accessories particular attention to cords at plugs , conve - Do not place this TV receiver on an unstable cart , nience receptacles , and the point where they stand , tripod , bracket , or table . The TV receiver may exit from the appliance . fall , causing serious injury to a child or adult , and serious damage to the appliance . Use only with a cart , stand , tripod , bracket , or table recommended by 13 . Lightning For added protection for this TV receiver during the manufacturer , or sold with the TV receiver . Any a lightning storm , or when it is left unattended mounting of the appliance should follow the manu - and unused for long periods of time , unplug it facturer's instructions , and should use a mounting from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna accessory recommended by the manufacturer . or cable system . This will prevent damage to the TV receiver due to lightning and power - line An appliance and cart surges . combination should be moved with care . Quick stops , excessive force , and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn .
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Important Safeguards ( cont . ) 18 . Servicing 14 . Power Lines Do not attempt to service this TV receiver An outside antenna system should not be located yourself as opening or removing covers may in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other expose you to dangerous voltage or other electric light or power circuits , or where it can fall hazards . Refer all servicing to qualified service into such power lines or circuits . When installing personnel . an outside antenna system , extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines 19 . Damage Requiring Service or circuits as contact witl _ tl _ em n _ lght be fatal . Unplug this TV receiver from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service 15 . Overloading personnel under the following conditions : Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords ( a ) When the power - supply cord or plug is as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock . damaged ( b ) If liquid has been spilled , or objects have 16 . Object and Liquid Entry fallen into the TV receiver Never push objects of any kind into this TV ( c ) If the TV receiver has been exposed to rain receiver through openings as they may touch or water dangerous voltage points or short - out parts that ( d ) If the TV receiver does not operate normally could result in a fire or electric shock . Never spill by following the operating instructions , liquid of any kind on the TV receiver . adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper 17 . Outdoor Antenna Grounding adjustment of other controls may result in If an outside antenna or cable system is connected damage and will often require extensive to the TV receiver , be sure the antenna or cable work by a qualified technician to restore the system is grounded so as to provide some protec - TV receiver to its no _ nal operation . tion against voltage surges and built - up static ( e ) If the TV receiver has been dropped or the charges . cabinet has been damaged ( f ) When the TV receiver exhibits a distinct Section 810 of the National Electrical Code , ANSI / change in performance - - this indicates a NFPA No . 70 - 1984 , provides information with need for service respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure , grounding of the lead in 20 . Replacement Parts wire to an antenna discharge unit , size of When replacement parts are required , be sure grounding conductors , location of antenna dis - the service technician has used replacement charge unit , connection to grounding electrodes , parts specified by the manufacturer or have the and requirements for the grounding electrode . same characteristics as the original part . Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire , electric shock or other hazards . EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING 21 . Safety Check Upon completion of any service or repairs to this TV receiver , ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the TV LEAD IN WIRE receiver is in safe operating condition . Warning : ( NEC SECTtON 810 - 20 ) Do not leave stationary images , such as stock market reports , video games , station logos , or GROUNDING CONDUCTORS the TV's displays , on - screen for more than 10 qECSECTION810 - 21 ) minutes . Still patterns and repeated display of the same pattern can scar the picture tube , causing pe _ nanent damage to the TV . ELECTRODE SYSTEM NEC NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ( NEC ART 250 , PART H ) 4
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PREFACE Welcome to Mitsubishi Congratulations on your purchase of this Mitsubishi projection TV . Your TV is designed for superb viewing pleasure as well as continued reliability . To become familiar with your TV and owner's guide , we suggest that you read through the Preface , which provides the following important information : Unpacking Your TV A Few Words About HDTV Summary of Special Features What's in Each Chapter Some Conventions Used in this Guide Mitsubishi has designed your TV to bring you years of viewing enjoyment . Similarly , your owner's guide is designed to be user friendly , providing guidance to help you take advantage of all of your equipment features . Thank you for selecting our product and once again , welcome to Mitsubishi !
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€ Unpacking Your TV What you will find As you unpack your new TV , please check to be sure the following items are included : • Hookups book • a Quick Reference Guide • a registration card • a remote control transmitter • two AAA size batteries for the remote control • an Active A / V Network cable • a TV Guide Plus + book • two IR emitter assemblies , one for TV GUIDE Plus + * and another for home theater features A few suggestions Before you hook up your new TV , please take a few minutes to : OComplete the registration card . The registration card asks for the serial number of the TV . You will find the number on the back of the unit . OFile your sales receipt in a safe place . It may be required for warranty service . _ Place the TV on a stable surface with sufficient lighting to do the hook - up . * VCR Plus * , C _ , PlusCode and GUIDE Plus _ are trademarks of Gemstar Development Corporation . TV GUIDE is a registered trademark of TV Guide Financial , Inc . The VCR Plus * and GUIDE Plus * systems are mamffactured under license from Gemstar Development Corporation and VCR Index System B . V . , respec _ tively . Preface : Welcome to Mitsubishi
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a few words about HDTV Your purchase of this upgradeable Mitsubishi HDTV puts you at the begin - ning of a revolutionary new way to watch television . Beginning in the Fall of 1998 digital broadcasting will begin on a limited basis in selected major cities in the United States . By the year 2005 , all stations must have 100 percent of their programs available on their DTV channel . Programs will still be avail - able through current analog ( NTSC ) TV sets at least until 2006 . Digital signals are sent over the airwaves , the same way as the broadcast stations you currently receive . The similarity ends here , as digitally sent pictures are of a much higher quality than analog signals . Each Major ( main ) channel will have several Minor ( sub ) channels . When DTV is available in your area , you can purchase an optional Mitsubishi HDTV receiver . This allows you to buy the most advanced receiver technol - ogy when your area of the country is ready to receive digital signals . Because digital television technology is so new , the way programs will be broadcast and the services that will be provided are subject to change . Mitsubishi Consumer Electronics America , Inc . : Powering the DigitaI RevoIution
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Summary of Special Features Your top - rated Mitsubishi projection TV delivers the following special fea - tures : HDTV Upgradeable - - when used with a Mitsubishi HDTV receiver , your television is capable of showing a High Definition Television ( HDTV ) picture . HDTV signals provide a smoother , more highly defined picture . ( HDTV signals will be broadcast on selected stations in major cities in the United States in the near future ) . 3D Y / C Comb Filter - - digital based comb filter that improves three aspects of the image : horizontal , vertical and time . Pro - duces higher horizontal and vertical resolution with less dot crawl and color interference when showing standard television signals Component Video Input . . . . provides three separate jacks , one for luminance ( Y ) and two for color difference ( Cb and Cr ) . The two color difference signals permit improved color bandwidth information that is not possible using composite or S - Video connections . Offers the highest possible picture resolution when using a digital video source , such as DVD Wide Screen Television - - can display a picture in a letterbox ( 16 : 9 ) format , the same as a movie screen . Models WS - 65903 and WS - 73903 will display in full format . Other models display in a modified format ( black bars above and below the picture ) . TV GUIDE Plus + - - - an interactive , on - screen program guide , updated automatically several times a day Maximum Channel Capacity - - - programs up to : 68 antenna channels and 125 cable channels 254 cable channels with TV GUIDE Plus + and 99 DTV program channels ( when used with optional Mitsubishi HDTV receiver and where available ) Illuminated Multibrand Remote Control with TV / VCPJ DVD / AUDIO Control - - - uses a single remote control transmit - ter to operate the TV , selected Mitsubishi VCRs , DVD player and audio components , as well as certain VCRs , cable boxes , and satellite receivers from other manufacturers Preface : Welcome to Mitsubishi
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Summary of Special Features ( cont . ) Color Temperature Control - - - provides 3 choices , including a precise 6500 ° K setting for optimum color tones Front Reflective Surface Mirror - - - provides sharper and brighter pictures by reflecting all light from the front surface Intelligent Room Illumination Sensor ( IRIS ' _ ) - - - automati - cally adjusts brightness and contrast for an optimum picture Auto Picture - - - automatically adjusts sharpness and color of television picture according to the strength of the broadcast signal 64 - Point Digital Convergence - - - allows you to finely adjust the color convergence at 64 different positions Closed Caption Decoder - - - decodes hidden text information included with many TV programs and displays this text on - screen 2 - Tuner Advanced Pictnre - in - Picture Mode - - - allows you to view two different broadcasts at the same time Expanded Sound Capability - - - allows you to connect the TV to an external audio system for enhanced listening pleasure , includes Level Sound to equalize differing program and channel volume levels PIP Audio Output - - - rear panel jacks provide the audio output for the picture displayed in the PIP image . This allows connec - tion to wireless headphones or another external audio system . If PIP is not displayed on the screen , these jacks will output the audio for the main TV picture Active A / V Network - - - allows you to perform many of the commonly used features of your TV and selected Mitsubishi VCRs by pressing a single key Summary of Special Features
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t What's in Each Chapter Here's what you will find in this owner's guide : Chapter 1 , Getting to Know Your TV Introduction to the locations and functions of the buttons and controls of your TV Chapter 2 , Operating Your TV Guidance for using your Mitsubishi TV to achieve maximum viewing satis - faction . Procedures that are unique to the operation of TV Guide Plus + are highlighted . For instructions on using the TV GUIDE Plus + feature , see the TV GUIDE Plus + Operating Guide Chapter 3 , Using the Special Features Operating instructions for using the advanced functions of your Mitsubishi TV , including Diamond Shield removal for VS - 50803 and VS - 60803 Chapter 4 , Troubleshooting Summary of problems you might encounter and suggestions for resolving them Appendix Explains the procedure for bypassing the parental lock . You will also find a detailed index at the back of the book . Preface : Welcome to Mitsubishi lO
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t Some Conventions Used in this Guide Mitsubishi is pleased to provide you with an easy - to - follow , useful owner's guide . You will find that different types of information are treated in differ - ent ways . Pay particular attention to topics bulleted by a red arrow and either an Important or a Warning label . These terms are used sparingly in the owner's guide . They are intended to highlight information which should be carefully read . If you will be activating TV GUIDE Plus + , take careful note of all information with the TV GUIDE Plus + signal cues . These directions are exclusively for your use + They should not be followed or used if you will not be using this feature . Ir ? ated topics or tasks I Imain topic or task _ + Ilist _ opics or tasks This cue alerts you to The step - by - step instructions This cue indicates informa - information describing on how to accomplish a tion critical to the operation dangerous situations that particular task are signaled of your new TV + could damage your equipment by white numbers on a black or cause electrical shock . background . TV GUIDE Plus + signal cue . Information is exclusively for TV GUIDE Plus + users . What's in Each Chapter 11
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PrefaceW : elcometo Mitsubishi 12
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C HAPTE . R _ _ 0 N . . . . EE Getting to Know Your TV Now that you have unpacked your TV , read through the safety information and glanced at the overview of how this owner's guide is organized , it's time to become familiar with the buttons and controls you will be using when you operate the TV . This chapter will introduce the range of options available when using the buttons on the remote control or on the TV's control panel . It also offers some general guidelines for using the remote control . Most functions can be controlled by using either the control panel or the remote control . Certain specialized functions require the use of either the remote control or the control panel . This chapter , which will familiarize you with the full range of button functions , contains the following sections : 0 Overview of the Control Panel 0 Overview of the Remote Control
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Overview of the Control Panel VS - 50800 , VS - 50803 , VS - 60803 , WS - 73903 , WS - 65903 . . . 0 . . . 0 VS - 70803 1 _ _ _ _ 1 INPUt - 4 V8 - 80803 S . VIDEO ( MONO } • V _ DEO L AUO _ O4 _ _ 6666 _ L _ . . . . CHANNEL VOL ADJUST r - 14 Chapter 1 : Getting to Know Your TV
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Overview of the control panel ( cont . ) S - video input terminal ( INPUT 4 ) Use to connect the S - video output of a camcorder or other component to the TV . If you connect an S - video cable to this terminal , the adjacent video input terminal cannot be used . video input terminal ( INPUT 4 ) Use to connect the video output from a standard camcorder or other component to the TV . audio input terminals ( INPUT 4 ) Use to connect the audio output from a camcorder or other component . input key ( INPUT ) Use to select the input source you wish to view : • TV channels on Antenna A ( Ant - A ) or Antenna B ( Ant - B ) • other equipment connected to Inputs • HDTV , if connected channel controls ( CHAr ) Use the ( A ) key to switch to a channel with a higher number . Use the ( V ) key to switch to a channel with a lower number . volume controls ( VOL AV ) Press the ( A ) key to increase the volume . The ( V ) key decreases the volume . a / v reset key ( AN RESET ) Press to reset most of the audio and video functions to their original factory adjustments or settings . The volume setting is not affected by this key . menu key ( MENU ) Use this key to display the on - screen menu system , which contains additional instructions for special functions . Overview of the Control Panel 15
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Overview of the control panel ( cont . ) cancel key ( CANCEL ) enter key ( ENTER ) The cancel key is used to clear the settings of on - screen menus . It can also be used for Guide Plus + installation as explained in the TV Guide Plus + Operating Guide . The enter key is used to select an item from the on - screen menus . ( _ adjust up and down keys ( ADJUST • • ) In the menu screens use this ( • ) key to move up through the screen choices , or select an option , in the selection field . In the menu screens use this ( • ) button to move down through the screen choices , or select an option , in the selection field . adjust left and right keys ( ADJUST • • ) In the menu screens use this ( • ) key to move to the title ( left ) field . In the menu screens use this ( • ) key to move to the selection ( right ) field . power key ( POWER ) Use to turn the television on or off . 16 Chapter 1 : Getting to Know Your TV
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t Overview of the Remote Control This section provides you with an overview of the remote control's keys and the features that they control . For detailed instructions on the use of these keys , refer to the instruction section for that feature . Features are listed by name in the Index at the end of this guide . Getting ready to use the remote control installing the batteries O Take the two AAA size batteries from the packing bag . Remove the back cover of the remote control by pushing the tab in the direction of the arrow and sliding off the cover . Insert batteries as shown in diagram below . Replace cover . @ size AAA batteries @ Overview of the Remote Control 17
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Getting ready to use the remote control ( cont . ) some do's and don'ts To ensure _ hat your remote control will continue working properly , follow _ hese guidelines : * Doff _ press two or more bu _ ons at _ he same _ ime , unless you are specifically instructed _ o do so in _ his owner's guide . * Doff _ allow the remo _ e control _ o get wet or become hea _ ed . ° Avoid dropping the remo _ e control on a hard surface . ° V _ rhen cleaning the remo _ e control , doff _ use any harsh chemicals . Use only a soft ; slightly moistened cloth . general instructions VVqaen using _ he remo _ e control to operate the TV , VCR , DVD , Cable box , or audio equipment : O Be within 20 feet of _ he equipment . Poin _ the tip of the remo _ e control _ oward the equipment . Press the appropriate bu _ on or sequence of buttons . guidelines for using batteries * For best results ; use alkaline AAA batteries . * Doff _ use a new bat _ e _ - wi _ h an old one . ° Doff _ hea _ , _ ake apart ; or throw ba _ eries into a fire . ° Load the batteries as indicated in the illustration ; making sure tha _ _ hey art positioned correctly ( i _ o i , and - to - ) . ° Replace _ he back cover of the remo _ e control 18 Chapter 1 : Getting _ o Know Your TV
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Getting ready to use the remote control ( cont . ) ® ® @ ® _ @ @ @ @ @ @ _ MITSUBISHI Overview of the Remo _ e Cont _ ol 19
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Remote control keys and functions ( cont . ) @ select switch • TV channels on HDTV receiver . Your remote control has four layers : 1 ) TV , 2 ) VCR , 3 ) DVDiCABLE and 4 ) AUDIO . Yea can set up each of these ( g _ lrccall key ( RCL ) Press this button to switch to the last layers to operate a different piece of equipment . Use this switch to select the channel viewed . Press again to return layer you want to set up or use . to the original charmeL @ power key ( POWER ) @ ) canecl / sub key ( CANCEL / SUB ) Press this switch to turntheTV on or off . Use to clear the current entry without exiting the menu . Vvqaen a SQV channel ( _ ) number key ( 0 - 9 ) is displayed , pressing this key will Use to select a channel number , to select delete the channel from the SQV an SQiV bank , to enter a parental lock choices , code , OR This key has a special function for HDTV . In HDTV mode , entering two _ _ = . [ tsoetueon . ter zip cedes for TV GUIDE Plus , digits and pressing the CANCEL ! SUB key will allow you to enter a subchannel @ charmel selector ( CHANNEL ) ( SUB ) number . Press the top part of the key to change to a channel with a higher number ; press _ mute control ( MUTE ) the bottom part to change to a channd Use to turn the sound off cempletely or with a lower number . to restore it to its original volume . In the DTV menu , pressing and holding @ enter / exchange key ( ENTER / EXCH ) this key will scroll through the major Use this key aider selecting a channel chacmels . number , after selecting an item from the onsereen menu system , or with the ( _ ) SuperQuickView TM key ( SQV ) picture - in - picture mode . Press to view channels yeu have programmed into SuperQuickView TM _ . _ information key ( INFO ) memory . A long key press will add Use to view an onscreen samma _ - of the chacmels to SQV memory . current settings for the TV . I 6 _ volumc control ( VOLUME ) This batten is also used extensively for I added program information in the Press the top part of the key to increase _ ) . - _ GUIDE Plasl menu system . See the TV the volume . Press the bottom pax of the [ j - : : : > I key to decrease the volume . GUIDE Plu . s i Operating Guide , @ input key ( INPUT ) _ ) light key Use to select the input source : Use to light up the remote ( for four * TV channels on Antenna A or B . seconds ) . ° Other equipment connected to : - Input 1 - Input2 - Input 3 or DVD - Input 4 20 Chapter 1 : Getting to Know Your TV
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Remote control keys and functions ( cont . ) ( _ adjust keys ( AV4 l _ ) PIP input key ( PIP INPUT ) - - Press Within menus , use ADJUST key to select repeatedly to switch _ he source of the PIP and change options . Also use _ o a _ jus _ image between the TV and the external convergence and to move PIP positions inputs . when the menu is not displayed . Use PIP channel key ( PIP CH / NV ) - - these keys after selection of an AV Press A or V to change the channel of ftmctSon , to adjust _ he sound or pic ? ure . _ he PIP if _ he PIP input is An _ A , Ant B ADJUST keys may also be used to scroll or DTV . through : pause key ( PAUSE ) - - Press _ o freeze the DTV Channel Guide OR _ he PIP image and _ o return to a " live " I image . V _ q _ enin _ he VCR layer , _ his key [ the channels in TV GUIDE Plus , menus . will pause the VCR . I ( _ ) GUIDE key ( GUIDE ) @ audio and video controls Use this key to display : Use _ he AUDIO key or VIDEO key _ o selec _ sound and picture se _ tSngs for adjustmenL the DTV Channel Guide , when using the See " Customizing the A / V Memoo _ Se _ ings " DTV inpu _ OR in Chapter 2 for de _ ailed information . TV GUIDE Plus i program listings , when _ ) VCR , DVD player and audio product TV GUIDE Plus i is activated . function keys Use _ hese buttons to control VCR , DVD _ jlhome key ( HOME ) players , CD players , etc . These are pro - Press to re _ urn _ o regular TV viewing programmed _ o operate man ) , brands of from _ he onscreen menus , and to ? urn off VCR's and selected Mitsubishi components . the onscreen displays . I The PLAY key is also used with the Active AfV Network . See " Using the Active AW _ : : > ] Turns off TV GUIDE Plus displays and Network Feature " in Chapter 3 . delays TV GUIDE Plus i installation . ] I I I _ l menu key ( MENU ) , " - - - - . The REC VCR PLUS I key in the TV layer Use this key to display the TV s on - screen I _ " _ ? > I is the key which brings up the VCR Plus menu system , which provides access _ o IJ J _ I menu to ' _ egistor a recording evenL additional features and functions . _ format key ( FORMAT ) _ 8 ) picture - in - picture controls Use _ o change the size and shape of the viewing area . Use to control the special picture - ln - picture ( PIP ) function . C _ ) sleep timer key ( SLEEP ) • PIP key ( PIP ) - - Press _ o _ urn on the Use _ o program the TV to ? urn off automati - PIP image , _ o change its size , or _ o turn cally at a later _ ime . offthe PIP image . For de _ ailed infor - matSon on PIP screen sizes see Chapter 2 " PIP " . Overview of the Remote Control 21
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Using the remote contro ] to operate VCRs , cable boxes and other equipment about your rcmotc control This TWs remo _ e control has foar " layers " : TV : VCR : DVDiCABLE and AUDIO , Each layer can be ased _ o operate a differen _ componen _ in yoar AiV system . You choose _ he layer yoa wan _ to ase by - se _ ing _ he " select " switch across the _ op of the remote control . Vvqaen you firs _ receive your remote control , the TV layer is set up to operate your Mi _ subishi TV and the VCR layer is se _ up to operate your Mitsubishi VCR . The DVD layer is programmed _ o operate your Mi _ subishi DVD player and the AUDIO layer is programmed for your Mi _ subishJ AA rrecoiver . You can set up layers in _ he remote control to operate a cable box , some digital satellite receivers ; a non - Mi _ subishJ VCR ; a Mi _ subishJ laserdisc player ; Mi _ subishJ Ale receiver or a compact disc player . The VCR layer can be set up _ o operate a non - MJtsubishi VCR , The DVD layer can be set _ o operate a Mitsubishi DVD player , cable box ; digital satel - lite receiver ; VCR or a Mi _ subishJ laserdisc player , The AUDIO layer can be se _ up to operate a cable box ; digital satellite receiver , laserdisc player ; or a MJtsubishi A _ r receiver , The TV layer can be set up to operate the volume and mu _ e controls of a Mi _ subisb5 AfV receiver . 22 Chapter 1 : Getting _ o Know Your TV
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Using the remote control to operate VCRs , cable boxes and other equipment ( cont . ) setting up the remote control to operate other brands of equipment . O Tam on your VCR , Cable Box or o _ her eqalpmem . 0 Se _ the select switch on the remo _ e to the layer yon wan _ to set ap : VCR or DVDiCABLE or AUDIO . @ While holding in the POWER key on the remo _ e control , enter _ he code number lis _ ed for your brand of eqaipment . The code number can be found in the charts following _ hese ins _ ructlons . Be sure to enter both digits of the code number . If more than one code number is listed , start wi _ h the firs _ code number . @ Release _ he POWER key , poin _ the remo _ e at _ he equipmen _ you are t _ - ing _ o set up the remote _ o control and press the POWER key again . If _ he eqaipmen _ turned off . the remo _ e is ready _ o control _ hat eqaip - men _ . If the equipment did no _ turn off , repea _ the instructions using the nex _ code listed for _ hat brand . O If none of the code numbers listed for _ hat brand of equipment seems to work , try all of the codes for _ he eqaipmen _ _ - pe . For VCR's try codes 01 to 21 . For Cable Boxes and Satellite Receivers _ - codes 47 - 99 . To rese _ an individual layer to its initial setting , follow t : he setup instructions and use 00 as the code number . Important : Aider se _ ing up your remote control , if you canno _ turn on t : he cable box by pressing POWER , _ ry using _ he CHANNEL bu _ ton or number buttons . Some cable boxes will turn on when a channel is requested . [ _ > Important : Sometimes manufacturers will change their produc _ % or they may use more than one remote control system . If _ his is the case , your remo _ e may no _ be able _ o operate your VCR , Cable Box or Satellite Receiver . [ _ > Important : When you replace _ he ba _ eries in your remote control , _ he remote will usually return to its initial setting . You may need to set up your remo _ e again . I _ i _ - - ; : . If you are using TV GUIDE Plus _ , do not turn the cable box off ' . Always leave I I the cable box on . Overview of t : he Remo _ e Control 23
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Using the remote control to operate VCRs , cable boxes and other equipment ( cont . ) Setup code for different brands of equipment VCR Codes : Use with VCR or DVDiCABLE layers . When using the TV layer , the PLAY , STOP , REWiREV and the FFiFWD keys will operate the VCR that the VCR layer has been set to control . VCRbrand co . ' coan . car ; code _ en _ r : VCRbrand code . ceonter : VCff brand O _ 15 Mi _ ub ( s { hAi ) 03 , ` 10 ` , 1 ` 1 Soot Magnavox Mi _ ub ( s ( hBi ) O2 Mu [ tilech 08 16 Sharp Canon O3 NEC ` 12 ` 17 , ` 18 Sony Eme _ on Panasonic 04,05 03,21 03,10,11 S _ , tvsnr6 Funai 08 Phi [ co 06 03,10 Gene _ lElectric O3 03 , ` 10 , ` 1 ` 1 Telmi _ 04,08 Phi [ ips Go [ dstar O7 03 15 Quasar Toshiba Hitachi O8 RCNProsc _ n O7 08 , ` 13,20 Totevision JVC O9 ` 14 19 Sanyo Zenilh Cable Box and Satellite Rccci _ cr codes : Use with either DVDiCABLE or AUDIO layers . . - en _ rthis . . . e _ erthfs . . . enterthis If your ¢ _ bl _ llito If yo _ r ¢ _ bl _ sa _ llito ff your cabfe / _ , l _ telli _ e b _ x is ( : h $ btandm - cocle box is this brand - . cede c _ de _ x i $ this brand . . . ABC 67,59,62,57,89 Oak 6 % 62,82 Scienffic AUsn _ a 66,88,89,91.92 Color Voice 73,74 , 98 Pfln _ 5olqit _ 63,76 57 Sirj . nst _ re Comkolqi _ 93 PanasolTi _ [ 3SS 45 47 SolTy DS _ Di _ h . , ' Echc _ tar 46 51 63 Pflra . _ lOn Spr _ ar Gemini 55 73,74.75,76,77 S _ arcorn 54.55.56 , 87 GelTeral L [ e _ dc 66 55 93.94,98,99 S _ a _ ate Gelqsr _ l In _ rumelq _ PiolToer 55,56 , 57 64,65,84 67 , 68,72 Hsmlin Prime Sta . r 46 ro _ hib8 5 _ 52,53,69 44 Hi _ chi 57 Pu [ sar 51 ro _ hib8 [ 3S _ Jerrold 54,55,56,57,56 RCA 63 UiTited Arti _ f _ 62 59.60,85.67 RCA DSS 49 UiTited Cable 54 [ b _ _ tCOm 71 53 View _ ar 93,94 ROrJ8 . 1 94 79 LelTith 5 _ Magnavox Regency [ b _ OmOeOX 51 Sarnsun0 65,84 AV Receiver and CD player codes : Use with either AUDIO or DVDi CABLE layers ( setting up for an AV Receiver will automatically set some of the controls tooperate CDplayers ) . _ itsubishiAVRecoivermodel ; ode to coter : MiteubishiAVRcoaivermodel code to enter : HTS - 100 30 M - VR400 35 H7S - 300 3 _ M - VR600 35 M - AV1 3 _ M - VRS00 38 M - AV2 31 M - VR _ 000 38 M = R7020 3 " 1 other MitsubishlA ( V ra _ ivers 31 M - R0010 31 some Y _ na h _ AV race ( vats 36 , 37 If vou enter a Mitsubisihi AV Receiver code while set tothe TV layer , the VOLUME and MUTE functions for all layers will be for the AV receiver . Otherwise , VOLUME and MUTE will be TV fanctions on all layers except the Audio layer . Yoa may also enter any of the Mitsubishi AV Receiver codes into the TV layer and change the TV VOLUME and MUTE controls into AV Receiver VOLUME and MUTE controls . Mitsubishi Laser Disc and DVD players : Use with either DVDiCABLE or AUDIO layers . Equipment TV _ e i code to enter : Equipment Type i code to enter : m m Mitsubishi Laser Disc Player l 32 , 33 MitsL _ bishi [ 3VD player I _ , i i 24 Chapter 1 : Getting to Know Your TV
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Using the remote control to operate VCRs , cable boxes and other equipment ( cont . ) O Set the select switch on the remote control to the layer you set up for the individual equipment , e . g . VCR or DVDiCABLE . Point the remote control at the equipment and press the desired function keys . For each brand the functions will vary ; however ; here are the most frequently available functions . VCR functions : * POWER * PAUSE * CHANNEL u1 _ down * REW * REC * PLAY * STOP * FF Mitsubishi VCRu wi ] ] be compatible with additiona ] keys Cable Boxes and Satellite Receivers functions : * POWER * 0 - 9 number keys * CHANNEL uI _ dowll ( on some models ) * ENTER ( on some models ) * CANCEL * ARROW uBidovatileff / 15ght ( on ( on some mode ] s ) soroe roodels ) Mitsubishi AV Receiver and CD player functions : POWER * PAUSE VOLUME * STOP MUTE * FF PLAY * REW Additional Mitsubishi AV Receiver functions by model number : _ iI - VR1000 _ 121dl _ VP _ 00 * 0 - 9 numbers * ARROWS for menus ) iI - VR600 and ) iI - VR4O0 * 0 - 9 numbers fITS - 300 , rd - AVl , M - AV2 _ : YI - RS010 AND : YI - RT020 * CHANNEL uI _ down * CANCEL * IIffPUT * AUD [ O * ENTER * VIDEO * 0 - 9 numbers * ARROW up / down * MENU Mitsubishi DVD and Laser Disc players * POWER * PAUSE * 0 - 9 numbers * REW * MENU * PLAY * Ca . NOEL * ARROW up / dowrdleft ] right * ' STOP ( D ¥ ] ) players only ) Over , Sew of the Remote Control . 25
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6 _ CHAPTER TWO _ ' _ Operating Your TV This chapter will explain how _ o operate _ he TV , first focusing on fmac _ ions that are basic and easy and _ hen explaining some advanced features , This chapter explains : 0 The ViewPoint _ On - Screen Operating System 0 Using the Advanced Features 0 Audio Video Settings
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t Getting Started This section is designed to ge _ yoa started enjoying your new TV by under - s _ anding the way the on - screen menas function , Incladed in this chapter are Important no _ es , _ o help you use your new Mi _ subishi _ elevision _ o its full capacity . Yoa ? l _ md information on : * Understanding the ViewPoint _ on - screen menus * The Main Menu * The Setup Menu * Memorizing channels * Changing channels * Setting the clock * Creating the A / V Connection ( Home Theater ) * Selecting the menu language * DTV Charmcl Guide * DTV Charmcl Selection * Using the Closed Caption Decoder * Charmcl Menu 28 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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Understanding the ViewPoint ® on - screen menus One of the distinctive features of this TV is Mi _ subishi's exclusive : ViewPoint ® ON - SCREEN OPERATING SYSTEM ViewPoin _ includes a special Pie _ ure - in - Pie ? ure screen , while you are memo - rizing channels on Antenna A or Antenna B . ViewPoint also provides s _ ep - by - s _ ep instructions for using some of the TWs special capabilities . Vvqaen using the ViewPoin _ system , please keep _ he following in mind : * The selected menu i _ em is indicated by yellow tex _ and outline for the icon . * The on - screen menus will turn off if no item is selected within 2 minutes , ° Some on - screen menu items mus _ be set before o _ her items are available . For example , " Set the Timer " will only be possible if " Clock Time " and " Set Day " have been se _ . ° For ease of use , all menu selections are made the same way : < SK : _ ADJUST up / down moves up or down _ o your menu choice , After making a menu choice , ADJUST righ _ moves you _ o the selection field where you can enter or change your selection . ADJUST left moves you from _ he selection back to _ he title field While in the selection field , ADJUST up / down selects _ he option . * You can exi _ the on - screen menus in two ways : MENU O Press _ he MENU key _ o move back one menu screen a _ a time until you exit all the menus to re _ urn _ o television viewing OR EOME Press HOME t ; 0 exi _ all menus with one keystroke and re _ urn _ o television viewing Getting S _ a _ ed 29
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The Main Menu This is the Main Mena Screen and will always be the first screen _ ha _ ap - pears when you press the MENU key . If _ he mena name has a picture next _ o i _ , i _ means _ hat yon will go to another screen _ o make choices for tha _ selec - tion . SETUP CAPTIONS CHANNEL ADVANCED FEATURES AUDIO / VIDEO SETTINGS TV GUIDE PLUS + ADJUST to select Ttern ENTERfor rnevu or to start MENU to return The fastest way _ o make yo _ r selections is to follow the on - screen instruc - tions , Ifyo _ need more detailed information , please refer _ o ' _ he following pages , 30 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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The Setup Menu The first step is to make your SETUP menu choices . If the television is relocated or there is a power loss , or you add components you may need to make your SETUP menu choices again . The SETUP menu is where you will memorize the channels you can receive , set the Clock , select how your television will work with other AV eqtfipment ( AV Connection ) and choose the Language ( English or Spanish ) , for on - screen programs and menus . Your television is also capable of receiving Digital broadcast signals ( DTV ) when used with a MitsubishJ external HDTV receiver . NOTE : Some broad - cast stations in m _ ior U . S . cities will start limited DTV broadcasting as early as Fall , 1998 . MAIN Men u SETUP menu Memorize Channels : Ant A Air CLOCK AV CONNECTION ( Home Theater ) Language : English { ldioma ) DTV Channel Guide : Off ADJUSTto s _ bct itemthen moveto and changeoption ENTERfor menuor to ster _ MENU to return Getting Started 31
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Memorizing channels II TV GUIDE Plas i users do not need to memorize channels for ANT - A . TV GUIDE Plusl will do this aatomatically . See the TVGUIDEPIusi Operat - ing Guide . However , you should still memorize channels for A . NT - B and I L _ _ DTV if those inputs will be used . You can use the menus to automatically memorize the channels your TV can receive and skip the tmused channels . Once channels are memorized , you can scan through them using the channel up / down keys on the remote control or front control panel . Added channels will be labded , " In Memory " , as shown below . Channels not added will be labeled " Not in Memo _ m . You will need to select the input you wish to memorize channels for . AIR and DTV are for broadcast stations that use antennas . CABLE is for stations using a cable or cable box . The inputs and channels available for memorization are : INPUT CHANNELS THAT CAN BE MEMORIZED ANTENNA A AIR 2 throu _ h 69 inot t _ vt _ ilablief % ' GUIDE Plus + iv aciivated ANTENNA E _ AIR 2 _ hrouqh 69 ANTENNAA OABLE 1 throt _ qh125 inot twailabl _ if TV GUIDE Plu _ ÷ i _ t _ ctivated ) ANTENNA E _ CABLE 1 throv _ h 125 1 thmv , qh99 CHANNEL up / down controls will work differently after charmels have been memorized . After memorizing , use the channel controls to advance sequen - tially to the next memorized channel . Use the number buttons to select individual channels . l > Important : If you memorized channels using the Air ( non - cable or standard ) Antenna option , your TV can receive antenna channds 2 - 13 ( VHF ) and 14 - 69 ( UHF ) . If you memorized channels using the Cable option , your TV can receive cable channels 1 - 125 . 32 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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Memorizing channels cont . Select the input yoa want to memorize channels for by as _ g < ADJUST _ to move to the selection field and ADJUST : : E > to select the input . SE = JIJPmenu MAIN Memorize Channels : AntA Menu ENTERto sfad Air CLOCK AV CONNECTION Language : English ( IdiemaI DW Channel Guide : OF ] ADJUSTIo _ @ e _ lil _ rt _ h _ J ENTERJ _ rm _ nuo _ Io $ 1VH Press ENTE1UEXCH to start memorization . You will see a message similar to this : MEMORIZEmenu MemoFze channels : 002 In Mcrnory Now m _ mori _ ing oil th _ s + a * ions yo _ J _ r _ m _ e _ ve on Ant - A Air , PIP Fleases + andby , OrC _ Igrtlg _ CELIo _ nr . _ msmorlz _ ion Yoa can stop the memorization process at any time by pressing CANCEL . Channels memorized before stopping are retained in memo _ - . Getting Started 33
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Changing channels Your TV offers you six ways to change channels once their numbers have been programmed into channel memo _ - : 1 ) selecting channels one - by - one with the CHANNEL up ( A ) and CHANNEL down ( W ) controls 2 ) directly accessing a channel by pressing the number keys 3 ) using the Recall option to return to the previous channel 4 ) using the SuperQaickView TM function to scan through any of nine special user - chosen lists . 5 ) using the ADJUST ( AV ) keys in TV GUIDE Plusl SURF screens 6 ) using DTV Channel Guide ( when available ) l > Important : To change channels faster , use either of the following procedures : • Enter three digits for eve _ - channel number , using zeros where needed . For example , enter 004 to view channel 4 and 028 to view channel 28 , or • Press the ENTER button after selecting the number of the channel . For example , press 4 , then press ENTER ( in less than three seconds ) to view channel 4 . For DTV channds you will need to sdect a major and minor channel . For example , enter 04 ( m _ ior ) , press CANCEL / SUB ( a dot will appear after the first numbers ) then 11 ( minor ) . It will appear as : 04.11 . If you press ENTERiEXCH after selecting only the m _ ior channel , you will see the first available minor channel . If only one or two keys are used to select the ANT A or ANT B channel number , the onscreen display will appear and remain visible for three seconds if no more keys are entered . The TV will then tune to the selected channel . • If you have local cable channels that TV GUIDE Plus i does not list , you can still select these channels by using the number keys and enter them into one of the the SuperQuickView lists . 34 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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Setting the clock TV GUIDE Plusl users may skip this _ ction . TV GUIDE Plusl will auto - matically set the clock . See the TV GUIDE Plus ! Operating Guide . Once TV GUIDE Plus i has been activated in the SETUP menu , the CLOCK menu is skipped when ADJUST up / down is pressed . CLOCK menu MAIN Menu Clock Settlng : Auto rime Zone : Eastern SETUP Dayllght Sovlngs : Ignore " rime Menu Clock " rlme : N / A Only for Manual Settlng SetDay : N / A Only for Manual Settlng ADJUSTto s _ lecti _ rn _ nen rno _ to and change option MENU to return You may choose to have the Clock Setting adjusted automatically ( AUTO ) or manually ( MANUAL ) . Auto allows the time to be set up using Extended Data Service ( XDS ) data available when tuned to a PBS channel that carries this service . In the Auto mode you will need to select the time zone ( Atlantic , Eastern , Central , Moun - tain , Pacific , A2aska and Hawaii ) , and choose the Daylight Savings Time ( DST ) option that your state uses ( applies or ignores ) . The clock time and the day will be automatically set , after tuning to a PBS channel . If you want to adjust the time manually , you only need to select the correct Clock Time , along with AM or PM and the correct day of the week for Set Day . Getting Started 35
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Creating the AN Connection ( Home Theater ) The AV Connection allows you to customize the way your TV works with other audio and video components . Full use of the system and components will provide you with a completely - integrated home theater experienco . The features you can adjust are : • AV Network : for use with selected Mitsubishi VCR's . The adjustments are : Off , Basic or Active • External Audio System : when the TV is being used with an AV Recoiver ; Audio Receiver or Stereo System . The addusta _ ents are : Yes or No . To hear the audio through the _ speakers , select No . • AV Receiver at Input 1 : for use when an AV recoiver is connected to Input 1 , to ensure your best audio and video performance . The a _ ustments are Yes or No . ° Volume Changed by AV Rceelver : to va _ - the audio output level from the TV to the AV Receiver using the TWs Volume Control , select No . If you have an AV Receiver that cannot be controlled using a remote control ; sdect No . Select Yes to have the TV output a fixed audio output level to the AV Receiver . Setting choices van - , depending on which components are connected to the TV . Below is a chart of common combinations and the recommended settings . Detailed information for each feature and setting instruction can be found in the following pages . TV Yea _ * _ Se _ ti _ g Eq _ dpment TV connection Active AV External AV F _ c , eive _ Volu _ ae C _ amage _ Connecteti 1 _ Network Audio System at Input 1 by AV Receiver VCR _ tb _ ut VCR Outputto : ActP , ' e AV Network TV Ii _ put 1 . Off No No No VCR with VCR Outputto : Ae _ AV Netw _ k TV Mput 1 , Active Yes No No t _ ot _ remo _ TV Audi _ Outputs to : ( al _ o s _ t VCR cot _ ol ] _ _ dce _ v _ r s _ o systeminputs . AV Ne _ rk or stereo system to On ) VCR _ qt _ Active VCR O _ tput to : AcYtive Yes No Yes AV l _ stwork , _ Mput I , ( al _ osetVOI _ ( u _ et _ eremo _ for thereceiver o _ _ m _ e c _ tr _ l ] ed TV Audi _ Outputsto : AV l _ etwo _ k _ c _ i _ r o _ s _ o systeminputs . _ oO _ ) stereot _ ¢ _ 1 s _ o system the _ lu _ e ) Ho _ e Theater AV TV Mo _ t _ r _ Sdeo aud receiver _ qt _ _ e _ ot _ audio ou _ uts to the AV Off Ye _ Ye _ Yes VCR ( auy ) and a _ y red , vet's TVi _ put . Othe _ ( use the remo _ AV equ _ pme _ t ¢ _ nne _ ¢ _ d fbrthe AV _ hsrAVequipment toAVrece _ ver . AV t _ TV _ n _ t 1 . [ Note : _ t _ l the Comps . out DVD should _ mlu _ e ) be couuec _ edto _ - 3 TV Movltozvideom _ d H _ me TheaterAV audi _ oul ; putts _ t _ eAV Off Yes Yes ve _ iver v _ t _ remote reea4verT'Vs ivput . Other ( u _ et _ eremot _ VCR ( a _ y ) amd any AV equi3 _ rae _ v _ fbr theAV o _ er AV equ _ pme _ comp _ vantaudSVideo Using a comblv _ on outpu _ b _ theAV ca _ : tral the _ vers i _ puts . AV ofv _ and S Video recadverm ' _ su _ torv _ d _ o c _ les . andS V _ deooutput _ to TVTuguts Ia _ d 2 . [ Not _ : Cvanpoue _ D * € _ _ houid becomplectetdoTNPUT4 _ 36 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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Creating the AN Connection ( Home Theater ) ( cont . ) MAIN AV CONNECTION menu Menu ( Home Theater ) AV Ne _ ork : off External Audio : No System SETUP AV Receiver at : N / A Menu Input 1 Volume Changed by : N / A AV Receiver ( TV Audio Level can be Fixed or Variable ) ADJUSTto selectrtemthen moveto and changeoptbn MENUto return Ge _ h _ g Started 37
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Creating the AN Connection ( Home Theater ) ( cont . ) Activc A / V Nctwork with a Mitsubishi VCR The ActSve AiV Network is a system that Mitsubishi developed to make it easier to operate many MJtsubishi products with one remote control . The Active AiV network will automate the TV's input selection and the playback of Mitsubishi VCRs into a single command . You will gain even more benefits if you have a Mitsubishi VCR equipped for the Active AAr Network , The Active AiV Network allows you to perform many of the commonly used features of your system at the press of just one button , as explained below , before you begin , bc sure you have : * Connected an A _ r Network cable from the Active AiV Network terminal of your TV to the " AiV Network IN " terminal of your VCR . * Connected your VCR to INPUT - 1 of your TV . * Set your TV AiV Network setting to Active or Basic . * Set your VCR's remote control settings to VCR . * Turned your VCR video mute setting on , If you have installed TV GUIDE Plus on your TV , you can use the VCR Plus i feature to control your VCR for recording , what the Active AN Network does The ActSve AiV Network makes it easier and faster to use the VCR Play command or display your VCR's menu . _ % qaen using the Active AiV Network , you should always point your remote control at your television . 38 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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Creating the AN Connection ( Home Theater ) ( cont . ) using the PLAY key on the remote control : • Active AiV Network will turn yo _ r VCR on and play a tape ( if may ) . • Active A / V Network will turn your TV on and switch it to IN - PUT - 1 . • When you turn your TV off . your VCR wiE turn off . m , z ! _ it is playing or recording . displaying the VCR menu When you set the remote to VCR and then press MENU : • Active A ] V Network will turn on your VCI _ if it is off and display the VCI _ ' s menu ( this function may not work with some older Mitsubishi VCI _ ' s ) . • Active A / V Network will turn on your TV if it is off and switch it to INPUT - 1 . I : > Important : If the TV is not receiving a signal on LNPUT - 1 , it will automaticaEy turn offin two minutes . If you use a TV menu during this tSme , the TV will turn offin five minutes after you stop using the menus . I _ > Important : If you de not use the AAr Network system , set " AiV Network " to _ Off " . If you don't , channel selection may not work correctly . The A _ r Network can still be used to pass remote control signals even when the TV's , _ A _ r Network " setting is " Off " . When the AiV Network is set to " ACTIVE ' , selecting an input choice ( Input 1 , 2 or 3 ) that is either offer not connected will cause the TV to automatically turn off within two minutes . Getting Started 39
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Creating the AN Connection ( Home Theater ) ( cont . ) External Audio System The external audio s _ * tem selection allows you _ o turn offthe speakers in the TV when you have connected _ he TV to a Home Theater Receiver , Audio Receiver or o _ her stereo system . This will prevent potential mismatches between the TV speaker volume . To use " Volume Controlled by AV Received ' or " AV Receiver a _ Inpu _ 1 " se _ to YES . [ : : : * Important : If you changed _ he _ Ex _ ernal Audio System " setting from YES _ o NO _ he speakers in _ he TV will be turned on again . To prevent damaging the TV speakers and _ o prevent a sudden increase of volume , make sure you have _ urned down the TWs volume first . AV Receiver at Input 1 To make this selection , the " External Audio System " must be set _ o YES . Vvqaen an AV receiver is connected , _ o ensure _ he best possible picture , always selec _ YES . Volume Controlled by AV Receiver To make this selection , the " External Audio System " must be set _ o YES . Some Home Theater Receivers , Audio Receivers and s _ ereo systems use a remo _ e control for volume se _ tSng . If your receiver or stereo s _ * tem has this functSon , set _ he % rolume Change By AV ReceiveF ' to YES . If your system does not use a remote control to adjust _ he volume se _ tings , then set _ he % rolume Change By AV ReceiveF ' _ o NO . 40 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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Selecting the menu language This TV allows you to display the on - screen menus in either of two languages : English or Spanish ( Espafio [ ) . The first tSme your television was powered on , the _ Se _ up " menu was automat _ cally displayed ; with the Language ( Idioma ) selection highlighted . If you do not wan _ to change _ he current selectSon , you may skip this section . MAIN SETUPmenu Menu Memorize Channels : Ant A Air CLOCK AV CONNECTION ( HomeThealer ) Language : English ( Idioma ) DTV Channel Guide : Off ADJUSTto selectitemthen moveto and changeop _ on ENTERfor menuor to start MENU to retorn Getting S _ ar _ ed 41
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DTV Channel Guide DTV channels are made up of major ( main ) channel and minor ( sab ) chan - nels . A major channel can have up _ o 6 minor channels , Mino _ channels 01 - 99 are fo _ broadcas _ viewing , Channel availability is decided by _ he broad - cas _ station . to view DTV Channels in DTV Channel Guide • verifl , that b _ oadcast s _ atlon ( s ) in your area area are sending a DTV signal . ( Check with your local broadcaster ) , • have an external Mi _ subishi HDTV _ eceive _ cormec _ ed ( see AV Systems Com _ ections Gaide ) and • have the DTV Channel Guide enabled , To enable the DTV Channel Guide , p _ ess GUIDE on the _ emo _ e control while on a DTV channel , or in the Setup Menu a _ the DTV Channel Guide i _ em , select ON , CHANNEL Up / Down Keys in DTV Channel Guide : Press _ he CHANNEL key to display _ he DTV Channel Guide , Majo _ and mino _ channels are accessible with the CHANNEL up / down key . To scroll _ hrough the available major channels , p _ ess _ he CHANNEL key and hold . V _ rhenyou have selected a major channel , p _ ess _ he channel key to selec _ the available minor channels . ADJUST Keys in DTV Channel Guide : You can scroll through the available DTV broadcast channels by using _ he ADJUST up / down keys . Af _ e _ selecting the channel with ADJUST up / down , press ENTER / EXCH _ o view the channel . 42 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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DTV Channe ] Guide ( cont . ) MAIN SETUPmenu Menu Memorize Channels : Ant A Air CLOCK AV CONNECTION ( HomeTheater ) Language : English ( Idioma ) DTV Channel Guide : Off ADJUSTto selectitemthen moveto and changeop _ on ENTERfor menuor to start MENU to retom Getting S _ arted 43
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DTV channel selection In addition _ o using the DTV Channel Guide you can access _ he DTV chan - nels with _ he number keys on the remo _ e control , Number Kcys : For broadcas _ channels 01 - 99 : Oen _ er the 2 digit Major channel namber , then press CANCEL / SUB . A do _ will appear after _ he first _ wo nambers , Oen _ er the 2 digit Minor channel namber , The namber may be displayed as follows : 68,86 - Major channel is 63 , Minor channel is 86 , 04 , * * - Major channel is 04 , no Minor channel has been assigned by _ he broadcaster 272 ? - Major channel is 27 , the television is looking for Minor channels , This may take ap to 2 seconds . Oafter selecting a Major chacmel , holding down the CHANNEL key will allow yea to scroll through available Major channels . 44 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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DTV channel selection ( cont . ) VGR DVDff . ' _ kBLE POWER C ] [ ANNEL QQ ® ® 8 Q ® Q ® ® VOLUOE Q ® Q8 ] NPLIT MUTE CANCEL [ NFO ADJUST 0 AUDIO _ lP _ H REC STOP PAUSE ® Q VCR PLUS * REWiREV FFIFWD PLAY , _ MITSUBISHI Getting $ tar _ ed 45
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Using the Closed Caption Decoder Closed captioning was initially designed so tha _ those with hearing impair - men _ s could more fully enjoy viewing _ elevision . However , dosed eapthoning can be used in other ways , such as : • helping children learn to read • learning a foreign language • asing _ he television wi _ hoa _ disturbing others There are _ wo _ ypes of captSoning tha _ broadcasters can send : s _ andard and tox _ . Standard captioning is rela _ ed _ o the program that is being shown , S _ an - dard captioning _ sually follows the dialogue of the characters on - screen and displays in a small section of the screen when _ he broadcaster is sending _ he dosed captioning . Tcxt captioning often contains information such as weather or news . Tex _ captioning blocks ou _ your view of the program you are watching . Your TV can decode four different s _ andard captioning signals and four different _ ex _ captioning signals from each TV station . However , each statSon may be broadcastSng only one or two captioning signals , or none a _ all . Vvqaen se _ ting the decoder you can choose to display : • captions when muting ( On if mute ) • one of four standard captioning signals ( CC1 , CC2 , CC3 , CC4 ) • one of four tex _ captioning signals ( Tex _ 1 , Tex _ 2 , Text 3 , Tex _ 4 ) • _ urn the captions off ( Off ) If you selec _ " On if mu _ e , " the s _ andard captioning signal ( CC1 ) will appear whenever you use the MUTE button . If you se _ the decoder to a " s _ andard " cap _ ion se _ tSng or " On if mute " and tune to a broadcaster that is not sending a captSon signal , no captions will appear . I > Important : The content of captions art determined by the broadcaster . If your cap _ ions show s _ range characters , misspellings , or odd grammar , i _ is not a malfunction of the _ devision . If you canno _ display any cap _ ions on the screen , please keep in mind tha _ not all broadcasts , video tapes , or laserdiscs supply closed captSon signals . Addition - ally , captions might no _ appear if you are playing a video tape that is worn or de _ erioratod , or startSng _ o play a [ aserdisc or video tape from s _ ill or search mode . 46 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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Using the c ] osed caption decoder ( cont . ) For the _ ex _ display , the CAPTIONS menu allows you to select : • the _ - pe of captioning , standard or _ ext you will receive • the background color , black or translueen _ gray MAIN CAPTIONS menu Menu : On if Closed Captions mute : Gray CC Background ADJUSTto sel _ ti _ m _ en moveto arid changeoption MENU to r _ tum Getting Star _ ed 47
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Channel Menu The Channel Menu allows yon to name your inpats and / or channels ( Name ) , add or delete channels from memory ( Memory ) and add your favorite chan - nels to the SaperQuick View TM ( SQV ) special memo _ - . Input Select the input that you want to add , delete or name . The options are : ANT A , ANT B , DTV ( if DTV receiver is connected ) , Input 1 , Inpat 2 , Input 3 ( or DVD ) , or Input 4 . Adding or deleting channels and SQV choices can only be made in inpats Ant A or Ant B or DTV . Channel Select the channel to add , delete or name , You may ase the CHANNEL up / down keys for channels already in memo _ - . The ADJUST apidown keys will allow you to select any channel Memory T V GUIDE Plasl offers a singular method to add / delete channels . See the ] [ 7 % ; GL , TDE Plu . si Operating Gaide . For ANT - B channelsl yon can still follow the instructSons below . Or for ANT A if TV Gaide Plus i is not enabled . ] At _ er all available channels have been memorized with the " Memorize Chan - nels " feature , weaker channels viewed with Ant A or Ant B can be added back in or unwanted channels can be deleted manually by the channel number . Mojor channels in DTV can also be added or deleted manually . l : : ' Import _ nt : Adding a channel to memo _ - allows you to tane to the channel with the CHANNEL up / down keys . Ira channel is not in memo _ - , yon can only tane to it with the number ke _ . S _ ome TV Guide Plasl users can follow the steps below for ANT - B only . Refer to the TV GL , TDE Phts _ Operating Gaide . For Ant A , Ant B channels yon can select a name , asing the ADJUST api down keys , to choose letters ( A - Z ) , numbers ( 0 - 9 ) and / or symbols ( ! . & ' i : * - , and blank ) . If you want to change yoar selectSon while in the option field , use CANCEL to move the carsor one position back . If you press CANCEL while at the first character , the entJre name will be deleted . If you connect component DVD to Inpat 3 , yon cannot rename the Input . For Input 1 , 2 , 3 ( if not DVD ) and 4 you can scroll through and select a name from the following choices : OFF ; VCR1 ; VCR2 ; DVD ; LASR ( laser ) ; SAT ( satellite ) ; CABL ( cable ) ; CAM ( camcorder ) ; GAME ; VHS ; S - VItS ; DTV ; WEB ( Internet set - top - box ) ; MAIN ; AUX ; mad SURV ( sarveillance or security ) . 48 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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Channel Menu ( cont . ) MAIN CHANNEL menu Menu Input : Anl A Channel : 002 Memory : Deleted Name : . . . . SQV : SQV ! off ADJUSTta sel _ : t item 1hen move to and change option CANCEL ENTERfor menuor te start MENU to re _ rn Getting S _ arte _ 49
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Channel Menu ( cont . ) SupcrQuiekVicw TM The SuperQuickView TM feature has 9 memory banks . Each one can store up _ o 6 channels . Add or remove channels to _ he SuperQuickView TM memo _ - by using the on - screen menu instructions or the SQV key on _ he remote control . SQV memorizes channels from ANT A , ANT 13or DTV in numerical order . Inputs 1 , 2 , 3 ( or DVD ) , or 4 canno _ be placed in the SQ7 ¢ memory . changing mcmory bank with thc rcmotc control's SQV kcy Press SQV , _ hen press a number key from 1 to 9 _ o go _ o a new memo , - bank . adding channels directly with the remote control's SQV key OUse the CHANNEL keys or number keys to select _ he channel you wan _ to add _ o _ he lis _ . OPress and hold the SQV key for abou _ 3 seconds . The letters " SQV _ will appear under the channel number , indicating that _ he channel has been added _ o SuperQuickView TM memo _ - . I : > Important : If you use only the first memory bank , " SQ _ m will appear under the channel number any time i _ is displayed . If you use additSona [ banks , the letters " SQV1 , SQV2 , e _ c . " will appear under the channel number . adding or dclcting SQV memory breaks _ Press the ADJUST right key _ o move to the SQV selectSon field . _ Press the ADJUST up / down keys _ o scroll _ hrough the SQV numbered banks . Your choices are : SQV1 , SQV2 , SQ7 ¢ 3 , SQ7 ¢ 4 , SQVS , SQV6 , SQV7 , SQV8 , SQVg . _ Press ENTERiEXCH _ o selec _ the desired SQ7 ¢ bank . Press ADJUST left _ o exit the selection field . removing channels from SQV with thc rcmotc control's CANCEL kcy _ Press the SQV key repeatedly to select _ : he channel to be removed from the lis _ , or press INFO if the channel is displayed . OWhile the channel number and SQV indicators are s _ il [ displayed on _ he screen , press the CANCEL button . When _ he SQV indicator disappears , _ he channel has been canceled from the SuperQuickView list , The CANCEL key will only remove the channel if the channel and SQV indicator are on the screen display , 50 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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Channel Menu ( cont . ) m _ MITStJBISHI ® F _ LAy _ . MITSUBISHI Gctth _ g Started 51
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t Using the Advanced Features This section explains how _ o use some of the mo _ e advanced features . You'll learn about : * Sctting thc timcr * Using the parental lock * UsingVidco Mutc * Adjusting thc Convcrgcncc 52 Chapter 2 : Operating You _ TV
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The Advanced Features Menu MAIN ADVANCED FEATURESmenu Menu TIMER PARENTLOCK Video Mute : Off CONVERGENCE ADJUSTto solectitomthen movoto andchangeoptlon i ENTER [ or menu or fo start MENU to m _ m CANCEL Using _ he Advanced Features 53
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Setting the timer This special feature allows you to program the TV to ? urn on automatically at a specific time and channel that you preseL You may also use this feature to turn the TV on to a specific channel at a specific time , if you would like to record and / or watch a special presentation . I > Important : The clock must be set prior to setting the timer . If you have not set the time and / or day , you will automatically be routed to the " Set the Clock " menu . Timer The timer will remain off . unthl you choose to turn it On or move to another option on this menu . If you set the timer to Off aftor selecthng the other options , the Time and Channel will remain in memo _ - for future use . Set Time Set the time you want the television to turn on . You will need to select the hoar , minute and AM or PM . Set Day You may select Everyday , Mon - Fri ( Monday through Friday ) , Sunday , Mon - day , Tuesday , Wednesday , Thursday , Friday or Saturday . Input You may scroll through the inputs , or use the INPUT key to selecL All connected input options may be selected : Ant A , Ant B , DTV , Input 1 , Input 2 , Input 3 ( or DVD ) , and Input 4 . Channel Only channels already in memory can be selected . I > Important : When the timer turns the TV on , the message " Press a key for TV to stay on " is displayed . If you do not press any remote control key within 5 minutes , the TV will automatically turn off . Press any key on the remote control or the front panel to keep the TV on . 54 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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Setting the timer MAIN Menu TIMER menu Timer : Off Set Time : 12 : 00 AM Set Day : Everyday : Ant A Input Channel : 002 ADJUSTto svlectitemlhvn moveto andchangeoption MENUto retum Using _ he Advanced Features 55
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Using the parental lock Parental Lock Mcnn This special feature allows you to lock the TV during a certain time period or lock individual channels by entering a 4 digit passcede . If you t _ - to view a locked channel or the locking time period begins , the screen will show a message , asking you to enter the secret code . If you don't enter the code within five minutes , the TV will turn offor change to an unlocked channel . If you enter your secret code , the message will disappear and the lock will be turned offtemporarily . However , the channels will be locked again after you turn offthe TV unless you permanently cancel the lock . setting the passcode To set your 4 digit passcede using the number keys : At the Set Passcede selection field , enter four numbers for your code . If you wish to go back within the first three spaces , press CANCEL and you will move back one space . * * _ en you enter the fourth digit , the new passcode is set . To set your 4 digit passcede using the ADJUST up / down keys : At the Set Passcede selection field , using ADJUST up / down , scroll through the numbers until you see your desired number . Press ENTERiEXCH after each choice to lock in the number . If you wish to go back , press CANCEL and you will move back one space . After entering the passcede , you may choose to lock by time or by channel . lock by time To change the lock , use ADJUST up / down in the Parent Lock menu to move to " Lock by Time " . OUse ADJUST right to move to the selection field , then select On at the _ Lock by Time " selection field . OUse the ADJUST keys to move to Lock Time to set the time the lock is to start . _ Use the ADJUST keys to move to Unlock Time to set the time the lock will turn off . I > Important : If the lock and unlock time are set to the same time , the Parent Lock will not be activated . I > Important : If there has been a power loss after the TV has been locked by time , the lock will be on the television until the time is reset . 56 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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Using the parenta ] ] ock ( cont . ) MAIN Menu DVANCEDI PARENTLOCKmenu ATURES enu I SetPasscode LOCKBYCHANNELS : off Lockby Time LockTime : 12 : 00 AM UnlockTime : 12 : 00 AM ADJUSTto select or changeoption ENTER Formenuto stor _ CANCEL MENU to r _ turn Using _ he Advanced Features 57
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Using the parental lock ( cont . ) locking by charmcl Aider entering the passcede , you can lock specific ehamaels . You can use the number or ADJUST up / down keys to select the channel . Only channels in memo _ - can be locked . Objectionable channels need to be placed in memory , so they can be locked . To lock by channel : OUse the ADJUST keys to select Channel Lock : On OSelect the input for the channels you want to lock . Your choices are : ANT A , ANT B , DTV . _ Select the specific channel you want to lock , IfDTV is the input , only the Major channels can be locked , A21 Miner channels for that Major channel will also be locked . Your television will remember the individual channels you selected to lock , even if Channel Lock is Off . To enable the locks again , turn the Channel Lock to On . I _ I > mportant : If you have a cable box , your TV cannot completely prevent access to cable channels . This is because your cable box channels can be controlled outside the TV . changing thc lock To change the lock , use ADJUST up / down in the Parent Lock menu to move to " Set Passcede ' . Use ADJUST right to move to the selection field , then : _ Enter your existing secret code in the passcede selection field . OUse ADJUST let _ to exit the passcede selection field . _ Use ADJUST right to reenter the passcede field . The message _ Enter New Code " will appear . OTo change the passcede enter a new 4 digit cede . To change any digits , press " CANCEL " to move back one space . Press ENTE1UEXCH after the fourth digit to lock in the code . canceling thc lock To cancel the lock permanently , enter your passcede . If you locked by time , turn " Lock by Time " in the PARE . - _ Yr LOCK menu to off . If you locked indi - vidual channels , turn the " Channel Lock " off in the " LOCK BY CHANNELS " menu . I > Important : If you forget your four - digit secret code , please see the Appendix Procedm _ e for Bypassing the Parental Lock , 58 Chapter 2 : Operating Your TV
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