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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 the ulsigehrtntoingtheflasphrewseitnhcearorofwuhneinasdulastyemd " bdoalngweirthoiuns anveoqltaugilaeterawlithtirniantghlee pisroidnutecntsdedentcolosaulerret that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock . / / _ Tphreeseenxccelamofatiimonporptaonint t owpitehriantinagn eaqnudilmataeirnatlentarinacnegle ( siesrvinictienngd ) edinstotruactleiornt stheinuthseer littoertahteure accompanying the appliance . Warning : To avoid permanently imprinting a fixed image onto yourTV screen , pleasedo not displaythe same stationary imageson the screen for more than 15 % of your total TV viewing in one week . Examplesof 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 page56 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 REDUCETHE RISKOF FIREOR ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT EXPOSETHISAPPLIANCETO 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 , components , IR emitter and HDTV receiver Remote Control Functions 18 Features of the remote control , programming to work with other audio and video products , explanation of buttons , controlling the sleep timer The I _ l _ Menu System 25 Explanation of the on - screen menu system and all menu screens and how to use the menus Special Remote Control Functions 59 Using the remote with other products , using the PIP ( Picture - in - Picture ) , Side - by - side and POP ( Picture - outside - Picture ) features , Formats , Mitsubishi's Active AV Network and Home Theater IR system control Control Panel Functions 68 Explanation of the front control panel buttons and the back panel terminals Troubleshooting 73 Common problems , notes on caring and cleaningfor your Mitsubishi television and how to obtain service Appendices 77 Diamond Shield TM removal and installation , remote control programming codes , bypassing the parent lock , INPUT - 3 component video and HDTV video connection compatibility
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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 alt safety and operating instructionsbefore operating the appliance . Retain the safety and operating instructionsfor future reference . Follow all operating and use instructions . 2 . Heed Warnings Adhere to alt warnings on the applianceand inthe operating instructions . 3 . Cleaning Unplug this TV receiver from the wall outlet before cleaning . Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners . Cleaners can permanently damagethe cabinet or screen . Use a damp cloth for cleaning . 4 . Attachments and Equipment Never add any attachments and / or equipment without approval of the manufacturer as such additions may result in the risk of fire , electric shock or other personal injury . 5 . Water and Moisture Do not usethis TV receiver where contact with or immersionin water 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 may fall , causingserious injury to a child or adult , and serious damageto the appliance . Use only with acart , 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 instructions , and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer . An applianceand cart combination should be moved with care . Quick stops , excessive @ force , and uneven surfaces maycausethe applianceand cart combination to overturn . 7 . Ventilation Slots and openings inthe cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of theTV receiver andto protect it from overheating . Do not block these openings or allow them to be blocked by placing the TV 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 instructionshave been adhered to . . Power Source ThisTV receiver should be operated only from the type of power source indicatedon 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 . . Grounding or Polarization ThisTV receiver is equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug havingone blade wider than the other . This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way . If you are unable to 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 O . 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 against them , paying particular attention to cords at plugs , convenience receptacles , and the point where they exit from the appliance .
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I I . Lightning For added protection for thisTV receiver during a lightningstorm , or when it is left unattendedand unused for longperiods of time , unplug it from the wait outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system . This will prevent damageto theTV receiver due to lightning and power - line surges . 12 . Power Lines An outside antenna system should not be locatedin the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits , or where it can fall into such power linesor circuits . When installinganoutside 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 wait 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 this TV receiver through openings as they maytouch dangerous voltage points or short - out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock . Never spill liquidof any kind on theTV receiver . 15 . Outdoor Antenna Grounding EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the TV receiver , be sure the antenna or cable system isgrounded so as to provide some protection againstvoltage surgesand built - up LEAD IN WkRE static charges . GROUND CLAMP ANTENNAA ANTENN ( DISCHARGE UNiT Section 810 of the National Electrical Code , ANSI / NFPA No . 70 - 1984 , provides informationwith respect to proper grounding of GROUNDING CONDUCTORS the mast and supporting structure , grounding of the lead inwire ( NEC SECTkON 8 _ 0 - 21 ) ( NEC SECTION 8 _ 0 - 20 ) to an antenna discharge unit , size of grounding conductors , OUND CLAMPS locationof antenna discharge unit , connection to grounding _ _ " ' _ ' _ " _ , _ p OWE R SERVICE GROUNDING electrodes , and requirements for the grounding electrode . ELECTRODE SYSTEM NEC . _ NATkONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ( NEC ART 250 , PART H ) 16 . Servicing Do not attempt to service this TV receiver yourself asopening or removing covers may expose you to danger - ous voltage or other hazards . Refer atl servicing to qualified service personnel . 17 . Damage Requiring Service Unplug this TV receiver from the walloutlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the follow - ing conditions : ( a ) When the power - supply cord or plug is damaged . ( b ) If liquid has been spilled , or objects havefallen into theTV receiver . ( c ) If theTV receiver has been exposed to rain or water . ( d ) If theTV receiver does not operate normally by following the operating instructionsa , djust onty those controls that are covered by the operating instructionsas an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damageand witl 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 mayresult in fire , electric shock or other hazards . 19 . Safety Check Upon completion of any service 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 HDTV Upgradeable - with the use of an optional HDTV receiver , your television can display High Definition pictures 0Wide Screen Television - displays pictures in a widescreen 16 : 9 aspect ratio for models WT - 46805 , WS - 55805 , WS - 55905 , WS - 65905 andWS - 73905 0Wide Screen Formats - for displaying anamorphic DVDs on models VS - 50805 and VS - 60805 0 IRIS TM - room sensor that automatically adjusts brightness and contrast 0 Multibrand Remote Control - use one remote control for many audio / video components The following items are included with your newTV : Active A / V Network Cable Dialnond Shiekd ( may aiready be _ nst akled ) b 2 AAA O batteries IR Emitter Cable 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 connec - tions to antenna or cable systems . After you have completed these , you can then connect any additional 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 any addi - tional connection accessories that may be needed for your individual equipment .
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0 Connecting theTV to an antenna or wall outlet cable - page 9 0 Connecting an HD - 1080 receiver - page 15 0 Remote control functions - pages 18 - 19 0 Menu screen summaries - pages 26 - 28 0 Setup Menu - pages 29 - 35 0 Setting theV - Chip parent lock - pages 44 - 48 0 Using PIP and POP features - page 60 0Troubleshooting - page 73 0 DVD component video and HDTV video connection compatibility - page 83
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TV to Antenna or Wall Outlet Cable Separate UHF andVHF antennas VHF A _ te _ na UHF Antenr _ a I , Connect the UHF andVHF ( Chanr _ ls 2 - _ 3 ) ( Ch _ nels 14 _ 69 ) antenna leads to the UHF / VHF combiner , TVback panel 2 , Push the combiner onto ANT - A on the TV back panel . Back SUe Twin lead antenna or wall outlet cable For antenna with twin flat leads I . Connect the 300 ohm twin leads to the transformer . TV back panel 2 . Push the 75 ohm side of the transformer onto ANT - A on the TV back panel . lwln Le _ d 30O Ohm FF _ t _ For cable or antenna with coaxial lead Connect the incoming cable to ANT - A on the TV back panel . Olxiona _ 30O Oh _ _ o75 Ohm M _ tch _ T _ ansfc _ me _ Connection of TV to Cable Box TW _ d ¢ _ I . Connect the incoming cable to ANT - A on the TV back panel . 2 . Connect two coaxial cables as follows : mln _ • One from LOOP - OUT on theTV back panel to IN on the back of the cable box . • One from OUT on the back of the cable box to ANT - B on the TV back panel . 9
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Connection of TV to VCR and Cable Box I . Connect the incoming cable toANT - A on theTV back panel . 2 . Connect three coaxial cables as fol - { ows : • One from LOOP - OUT on theTV back panel to IN on the back of the cable box . • One from OUT on the back of the cable box toANTENNA IN on the VCR back panel . R _ Ten _ nar _ • One from ANTENNA OUT on the VCR back panel to ANT - B on the TV back panel . Audio Video Connections I . Connect a video cable from VIDEO , OUT on theVCR back panel to VIDEO , INPUT - I or INPUT - 2 on theTV back panel . If you have a S - VHS VCR , follow the same steps , using the S - Video terminals @ @ @ @ ® on theVCR and TV . 2 . Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO , OUT on the VCR back panel to AUDIO , INPUT - I or INPUT - 2 on the TV back panel . The red cable connects to the R ( right ) channel and the white cable connects to the L ( left ) . If your VCR is non - stereo , connect only the L ( left ) cable . 10
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Connection of TV to VCR and Antenna or Wall Outlet Cable Antenna / Cable Connections I . Connect the incoming cable to ANT - A on theTV back panel . 2 . Connect two coaxial cables as follows : • One from LOOP - OUT on theTV back panel to ANTENNA IN on theVCR back panel . • One fromVCR back panelANTENNA OUT to ANT - B on the TV back panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i . . . . o _ / o _ F _ t _ _ t _ OFF Audio / Video Connections I . Connect a video cable fromVIDEO , OUT on theVCR back panel toVIDEO , INPUT - I or INPUT - 2 on the TV back panel ( INPUT - I shown ) . If you have a S - VHS VCR , follow the same steps , using the S - Video terminals on the VCR and TV . 2 . Connect a set of audio cables from AU - DIO OUT on theVCR back panel to AUDIO , INPUT - I or INPUT - 2 on theTV back panel . The red cable connects to the R ( right ) channel and the white cable connects to the L ( left ) . If yourVCR is non - stereo , only connect the L ( left ) cable ( Input - I shown ) . II
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Connection of TV to Stereo Audio System I . Connect the audio cables from AUDIO , MONITOR OUTPUT on the TV back panel to Audio system b _ p _ ne _ s _ a _ TV 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 . TV _ kpan _ 2 , Turn off the TV'S speakers through the AV CONNECTION Menu ( pages 32 - 34 ) . 3 , Set the audio system's input to theTV orAUX position to hear the TV's audio through your stereo system . @ @ @ Connection of TV to the Active AJV Network To control your Mitsubishi audio and / or video products with one remote control Connect the A / V network cable from ACTIVE Mitsubishi Component back panel section A / V NETWORK on theTV back panel to IN on the back of a Mitsubishi VCR that hasA / V network terminal Turn the ACTIVE A / V NETWORK on through theAV CONNECTION menu ( pages 32 - 34 ) . TV back panel IMPORTANT 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 fromVIDEO , MONITOR OUT on the back of the AV Receiver toVIDEO , INPUT - I on theTV back panel using aVIDEO cable , 2 , Connect a video cable fromVIDEO , MONITOR OUTPUT on the TV back panel to VIDEO TV IN on the back of the AV Receiver , 3 , Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO , MONITOR OUTPUT on the TV back panel toAUDIOTV IN on the back of the AV Receiver , The red cable connects to the R ( right ) channel and the white cable con - nects to the L ( left ) channel , Connection of TV to a Mitsubishi AV Receiver Infrared Emitter ( IR ) for Home Theater Control I , Connect the IR emitter cable to IR HOME TV back panel THEATER on the back of the television , 2 , Place the IR emitter cable under or along side of theAV receiver , Place the IR lens directly in front of the infrared location of the AV receiver , Infrared locations are usually on the front glass section of the receiver , 3 , Place the unused transmitter in an out - of - the - way location , 4 , For permanent installation of the IR emitter cable , use the included adhesive tape to secure the bottom of the emitter to the Mitsubishi anchoring object you choose , AV Receiver IMPORTANT I See pages 67 - 68 for details on using I the TV s IR emitter to control a M tsub sh AV rece vet . I 13
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Connection of TV to DVD with Component Video Outputs I . Connect the ComponentVideo cables from VIDEO OUT on the back of the DVD player to DVDVIDEO input on theTV back panel , matching the correct components : • YtoY , • Cr to Cr , • Cb to Cb , 2 . Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO OUT on the back of the DVD player to AUDIO , INPUT - 3 on theTV back panel . The red cable connects to the R ( right ) channel and the white cable connects to the L ( left ) channel . IMPORTANT h SeeAppendix 4 for component video signal compatibility information . 2 . For DigitalAudio connections , see the Owner's Guides of your DVD Player and AV receiver . Warning : Don't displaythe same stationary imageson the screen for more than 15 % of your total TV viewing in one week . Examplesof 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 Iogos , web sites or stationary computer images . Such patterns can unevenly agethe picture tubes causingpermanent damageto the T _ . Pleasesee page74 for a detailed explanation . 14
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Connectors for TV and Cable to HDTV Receiver The TV back panel has 5 RCA type connectors , for the HDTV connection . The back panel of your HDTV receiver may use RCA type connectors or BNC type connectors for its connec - tion . If your HDTV receiver comes with BNC type connec - tions , you will have to purchase BNC to RCA adaptors , to BNC to Adaptol connect theTV to the HDTV receiver . These adaptors should RCA RCA BNC Fitted to Connec _ r be available at electronics supply stores . Adaptor Connector Connection Connection of TV and Cable to Mitsubishrs HD - 1080 Receiver I . Connect the outside antenna toANT on the optional HD - 1080 receiver . 2 . Connect the incoming cable toANT - A on the television back panel . 3 . Connect the HDTV cable to HDTV CONTROL on the TV back panel and the HDTV receiver back panel . 4 . OPTIONAL : To useTV speakers , connect the audio cables to HDTV L ( left ) and R ( right ) AUDIO on the HDTV receiver and the television back panel . 5 . Connect the color coded BNC cables to HDTVVIDEO on the HDTV re - ceiver . After fitting the BNC to RCA adaptors onto the BNC cables , connect IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII them to the television back panel . The 0111111011111111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII sequence for connecting the color IIIIIIIIIIIIII cables is : Y = green cable Pr = red cable Pb = blue cable H = white cable V = yellow cable IMPORTANT For Digital Audio connections , see the Owner's Guides of your HDTV receiver . 15
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Connection of TV and Cable to HDTV Receiver Industry Standards for HDTV RGB signals systems , synchronizations and signal strengths have not been established . These inputs will not be compatible with all HDTV receivers that offer RGB . If your HDTV receiver offers both a HDTV component ( Y , Pr , Pb ) video system and a HDTV RGB video signals , Mitsubishi suggests you use the HDTV component video system . IMPORTANT If a HD - 1080 receiver was connected and you change to another DTV receiver , you must turn the Power off , then unplug and plug in the television to allow the new HD receiver to work correctly . Connection of TV and Cable to HDTV Receiver with Component Video Connections I . Connect the outside antenna to ANT on the optional HDTV receiver . 2 . Connect the incoming cable to ANT - A on the television back panel . 3 . Connect the RCA type cables or the fitted RCA / BNC cables toY , Pr and Pb on the HDTV receiver . 4 . Connect the RCA type cables or the fitted if . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RCA / BNC cables toY , Pr , and Pb on theTV back panel . You must also select the DTV Assign Input setting ( page 35 ) of YPrPb . 5 . OPTIONAL : To useTV speakers , connect the L ( left ) and R ( right ) audio cables to the op - tional HDTV receiver and to HDTVAUDIO on the television back panel . IMPORTANT I . SeeAppendix 4 for video signal compatibility information . 2 . For Digital Audio connections , see the Owner's Guides of your HDTV receiver and AV receiver . 16
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Connection of TV and Cable to HDTV Receiver with RGB Connections I , Connect the outside antenna to ANT on the optional HDTV re - ceiver . 2 . Connect the incoming cable to ANT - ROA a _ C _ itt _ d to A _ p _ r Conn _ tor C0n _ on A on the television back panel . 3 . Connect the RGB cables to the HDTV receiver and the televesion back panel . The sequence for connecting the cables is : HDTV Receiver TV Back Panel G ( green ) = Y R ( red ) = Pr B ( blue ) = Pb If the receiver has separate sync * , also connect : H ( horizontal sync ) = H V ( vertical sync ) = V do not connect if HDTV Receiver uses " Sync on Green " . You must also select the DTVAssign Input setting ( page 35 ) of RGB . 4 . OPTIONAL : To useTV speaker , connect the L ( left ) and R ( right ) audio cables to the optional HDTV receiver and to HDTV AUDIO on the television back panel . IMPORTANT I . SeeAppendix 4 for video signal compatibility information . 2 . For DigitalAudio connections , see the Owner's Guides of your HDTV receiver and AV receiver . 17
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Power Select switch Selects which A / V will be controlled by the remote / oT : ntShP ; renO ? df , octOrhe . Numbers Individually or enter informasion into QV ( QuickView TM ) TV Switchesto last channel viewed SQV ( SuperQuickView TM ) Scan through a memorized lis favorite channels SUB INPUT HDTV receiver is connected , use to enter a ( Ant - A , Ant - B , DTV , Input - I , subchannel number Input - 2,1nput - 3 [ DVD component ] SLEEP and Input - 4 ) Sets theTV to turn off within 2 hours VIDEO CHANNEL y selects the Video View channels in increasing settings or decreasing order AUDIO - Individually selects the Audio settings VOLUME MUTE Increases or decreases so Turns on or off the sound 18
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Remote Control Functions , continued ADJUST ENTER Selects menu items . Change Use after selecting a settings . Moves the PIP channel number or on - screen location menu item GUIDE When optional LIGHT HD - 1080 HDTV Press to light the white receiver is buttons connected , use to control display the DTV CANCEL Channel Guide MENU Clear SQV and some _ menu entries on - screen menu choices PIP / POP Use to display or HOME change PIP or POP Exit on - screen menus and return to TV viewing PIP INPUT Use to select the INFO or POP input source • Displays an on - screen FORMAT summary of currentTV Change the size and settings and V - Chip program shape of the main TV ratings picture PIP CH Change the PIP channel , for EXCH Ant - A , Ant - B or DTV ( with Exchange PiP optional HD - 1080 receiver ) and main TV picture © © © ( i ) © © © © © O © © © _ STOP To stop aVCR , DVD or REC Manually record programs on yourVCR PAUSE _ Temporarily stops a REWIREV VCR , DVD or CD or Rewind and reverse search for the freezes the PIPIPOP VCR . Skip reverse for CD . FFIFWD Reverse scan for DVD Fast forward or forward search for forward for a CD . Fast play for a DVD PLAY PlaysaVCR , DVD or CD 19
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Operating Your 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 off the cover . 2 . Load the batteries , making sure 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 chemi - cals . 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 r _ l I - _ You can use your remote to control the TV , CABLE / DBS / DTV , VCR , DVD or AUDIO . The remote has been preset to operate theTV and other Mitsubishi products . It can be set to control other brands of audio / video equipment . 0000 000 To operate the " IV , the select switch at the top of the remote should be set toTV . O O O ; ; ; oo 20
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Remote Control of Other Audio and Video Products Programming the Remote to Control Other Brands of Audio and Video 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 , try the numbers , until you find the correct code . . 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 Cable Box codes : CABLE / DBS / DTVTTv ] | | | _ AUDtO Cable box brand codeto enter : 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 , Pioneer 101 , 116 please see page 79 IMPORTANT Scientific Atlanta 111,112,113 for a Zenith 100 , 117 complete To reset to default code . enter 000 listinch If you cannot turn the cable box ON by pressing POWER , try pressing the CHANNEL or the number buttons . VCR Satellite Receiver codes : CABLE / DBS / DTV TV Satellite brand codeto enter : If lyourite Mitsubishi DTV - DBS 173 satel Dishnetwork 175 code is not Huclhes * DSS 173 listed here , RCA * DSS 176 _ lease see Sonv - DSS 177 page 79 Toshiba - DSS 170 for a Panasonic * DSS 174 complete Primestar 178 listing . To reset to default code , enter 000 VCR codes : VCR brand codetoenter : If your Mitsubishi 001,002 VCR Hitachi 020 , 043,065 code is not JVC 030,054 , 059 listed here , IMPORTANT 043 , 044 , 051 please see Philips / Magnavox Panasonic 041,042,043 page 80 for a When set to TV , the PLAY , STOP , RCA 020 , 053,065 complete 048 , 049 , 050 REW / REV and the FF / FWD keys will Sony listing . Toshiba 021,066 operate theVCR after theVCR codes have been chosen . ro reset to default code , enter 000 21
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Remote Control of Other Audio and Video Product , continued DVD Player codes : DVD / LDP brand codetoenter : If your Mitsubishi ( DVD ) 003 DVD code Mitsubishi ( LDP ) 016 , 017 is not Panasonic 250 listed here , Pioneer DVD ( LDP ) 252 ( 016 , 017 ) please see Sony 254 page 79 Toshiba 253 for a complete TO reset to default code , enter 000 listing . VCR AV Receiver codes : Audio brand codeto enter : If your Mitsubishi AV receiver Audio with CD player 010 , 011 code is not Kenwood 200 , 208 listed here , Onkyo 209 , 214 please see Pioneer 205 , 207 page 79 222 for a Sony Yamaha 201,202 complete To reset to default code , enter O00 listing . IMPORTANT If the slide switch is set toTV when you enter an AV re - ceiver code , VOLUME and MUTE will control by theAV receiver , rather than theTV . To return volume and mute control to theTV , set the slide switch toTV , press and hold POWER and enter 000 . Additional slide switch feature : - for multiple AJV component systems After selecting the correct codes , you can use the slide switch to control more than one type of A / V product . The possible equipment that can be set up for each switch position is shown in the following table . Only one device is allowed for each slide switch position . TV position : Cable / DBS position : DVD position : • TV • cablebox or • any listed DVD or • any A / V receiver • satellite receiver • any listedVCR or ( volume , mute only ) • any listed cablebox VCR position : Audio position : • anylisted VCR or • any listed AV receiver or • MitsubishiDVD or • MitsubishiCD player or player • any listed cable 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 yourVCR , DVD Player , Cable Box , Satellite Receiver orAV Receiver . 22
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Remote Control Channel Selection There are several ways to select channels with the remote control : Changing Channels SUB When optional HD - 1080 Numbers * i _ eceiver is connected , use enter the number , the after choosing a major DTV channelwill change _ channel , to enter minor ( sub ) in4 seconds , or channel OQOQ _ afterthe third number _ Q QV ( QuickView TM ) press QVtosee the last channelselected SQV ( SuperQuickView _ press to see stored SQV channels , in order GUIDE Displays DTV Channel Guide , ir ( when optional HD - I080 Channel receiver is connected ) I press to view channe order , including DTV channels ( when optional HD - 1080 receiver is connected ) * Using the Number buttons : For non - DTV channels : When changing channels directly , you can change them faster by : I . entering three numbers ; for channel 2 , press 002 ENTER 2 . press number and ENTER ; for channel 2 , press 2 then _ . OR For DTV channels when an optional HD - 1080 receiver is con - nected : I . Use the number buttons to select the one or two digit major channel . SUB 2 . Press _ . 3 . Use the number buttons to select the one or two digit minor channel ( if available ) . Two asterisks will display if no minor channel exists : 17 . * * Two question marks will display while TV is looking for minor channel : 12 . ? ? 23
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Remote Control of the Sleep Timer Setting the SleepTimer SLEEP Press _ on the remote control . TheTV will display the message : J Sleep : 030 Min . J 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 . SLEEP ' 4 gg _ , rr . . . . . . Canceling the SleepTimer SLEEP Press _ to see the on - screen display . SLEEP Press _ until you see the message : JSleep : OFF J The timer will be canceled . 24
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YourtelevisionhasMitsubishie'sxclusivIe _ lllj _ on screenoperating system , which provides on - screen information for menu choices and changes . A picture ( icon ) will be highlightedwhen selected with the ADJUST arrows . The picture ( icon ) indicates that a submenu or automatic function can be changed . Pressthe ENTER button to display the options or start the function . A square button indicatesthat you make changesto this menu choice . The ViewPoint system includes the following special features : • The currently 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 " Clock Time " and " Set Day " have been set . Making Selections : UST • or • to select the menu item you want to change ADJUST _ to move to the setting field ADJUST • or • to change the settings UST , to move back to the menu item ENTER _ to select an option , or start an automatic function • ° CANCEL . C _ 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 25
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Menu Screens The Main Menu Screen will MAIN always be the first screen that Menu appears when you press the MENU button . Basicset up instructions and SETUP procedures are available Menu through the SETUP menu screens . You can put channels in memory , set the time and day , set your TV to be part of a HomeTheater setup , view the menus in English or Spanish , and turn on or off inputs connected to the television . 26
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Menu Screens , continued Display captions or text , CAPTIONS choose black or gray as the Menu background color for the closed caption area , enable the DTV channel guide ( when optional HDTV - 1080 receiver CHANNEL Use to customize channel EDIT Menu information for Ant - A , Ant - B , and DTV ( if optional HD - 1080 receiver is connected ) . Manually add or delete channels from memory , name channels for Ant - A and Ant - B , or add your favorite channels to a SQV ( SuperQuickView TM ) list . 27
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Menu Screens , continued Set yourTV to turn on ADVANCED automatically , block unwanted FEATURES programs with the V - Chip Menu lock , converge ( align ) the three main colors , change the screen resolution and display a blue screen when showing an input with no signal . AUDIO / Adjusts some or all of the audio VIDEO and video settings . Each input SETTINGS can be set to your preferences . Menu AV Reset on the menu allows you to return the audio and video settings for the current input , to the factory presets . AV Reset on the front panel resets all inputs at once . Enhance the brighter parts of dark pictures . 28
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Remote control menu selection : MENU 1 . _ to display the Main Menu 7 . • or • to select another menu item OR 4 . • to move to the setting field ENTER MENU 2 . • or rand _ to select the SETUP menu to return to the previous menu OR 5 . • or • to change the setting HOME 3 . • or Vto select the menu item to change to return to TV viewing . 6 . • after making your changes MEMORIZE This selection memorizes the CHANNELS channels yourTV can receive and skips the unused or weak channels . INPUT CHANNELSTHAT CAN BE MEMORIZED ANTENNAA AIR 2thrOugh 69 ANTENNAB AIR 2thm _ Jh 69 ANTENNAA CABLE I through _ 25 ANTENNA B CABLE 1 Lhrou _ h125 HD _ 1080 DTV 1 through g9 IMPORTANT DTV Note If you have connected a Mitsubishi HD - 1080 receiver , you may use this Memorize Channels menu to memorize digital channels . For any other HDTV receiver , you will need to use the channel memorization system in that receiver's menu system . You can stop the memoriza - MEMORIZE tion at any time by pressing Menu CANCEL Channels memorized before PIP will not canceling will stay in memory . display in After channels are the DTV memorized , your remote mode control will : Select memorized channels in ascending or descending order by pressing the channel button . 29
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SETUP Menu , continued AUTO ( automatic ) Clock Settings Clock The clock setting of Auto will Setting automatically set the day and time using Extended Data Service ( XDS ) time data available when tuned to a PBS or other channel that carries this service , Time For the Auto mode you Zone will need to select the correct time zone ( Atlantic , Eastern , Central , Mountain , Pacific , Alaska In the auto mode you need Daylight to select the Daylight Savings Savings Time ( DST ) option that your state uses ( Applies : uses DST or Ignores : does not use DST ) . The clock time and the day will be automatically set , after tuning to a PBS or other 30
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SETUP Menu , continued Remote control menu selection : MENU 7 . • or • to select another menu item OR 1 . _ todisplaythe Main Menu 4 . • to move to the setting field ENTER MENU 2 . • or Vend _ to select the SETUP menu 5 . • or • to change the setting to return to the previous menu OR HOME 3 . • or Vto select the menu item to change 6 . • after making your changes to return to TV viewing , Manual Clock Settings ClockTime For the Manual clock setting , select the current time , including AM or PM . Press • or • to slowly adjust the time . Press and hold • or • to quickly adjust the time , For the manual mode , select Set Day the current day of the week . 31
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SETUP Menu , continued The AV Connection Menu AV allows you to customize the CONNECTION way your TV works with Menu other audio and video components , for a complete Home Theater experience . You can adjust : AV Network ( Active or Off ) TV Speakers ( On or Off ) , AV Receiver ( None , Mits A , Mits B , Other ) Set theAV Network to Off , if you are not using the AV Network System , for channel I IMPORTANT 11 selection to work correctly . Set to Active if you are using AV Network a MitsubishiVCR with Active AV Network connections . This will simplify several common TV / VCR operations to just a few presses of the remote control buttons . If AV Network is set to Off , the AV Network will still transfer Mitsubishi VCR remote control signals to a Mitsubishi VCR that has AV Network connections . This is useful if theVCR is placed inside a cabinet that blocks the direct signal from the remote control . For a detailed explanation of Active AV Network , see page 65 . 32
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Setup Menu , continued Remote control menu selection : MENU 1 . _ to display the Main Menu 7 . • or • to select another menu item OR 4 . I _ to move to the setting field ENTER MENU 2 . • or rand _ to select the SETUP menu to return to the previous menu OR 5 . • or • to change the setting HOME 3 . • or Vto select the menu item to change to return to TV viewing . 6 . • after making your changes This selection will turn on or TV Speakers off the TV's internal speakers . You may select Off when sending the sound through a separate stereo system or surround sound AV receiver . 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 Whether or not you have connected the monitor video output of an AV receiver to the TV's INPUT - I video input , you will need to set the AV Receiver correctly to one of the following : Mits - A , Mits - B , Other or None . See the next page to deter - mine your correct choice . 33
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Setup Menu , continued AV Receiver choices : None When you have not connected an AV receiver monitor video output to theTV INPUT - I video input , The TV will send a video signal to the TV Monitor output , Mits - A When you have connected a Mitsubishi digital AV receiver ( digital surround sound ) model M - VR 800 or M - VRI000 . This also activates the HomeTheater IR system ( see page 67 for correct IR system operation information ) . Mits - B When you have connected a Mitsubishi digital AV receiver ( digital surround sound ) model M - VR700 , M - VR900 or one introduced in 1999 or later . This also activates the HomeTheater IR System ( see page 67 for correct IR system operation information ) . Other When you have connected any other MitsubishiAV receiver or another brand of AV receiver . This also blocks signal output from the TV Monitor output when the TV is set to INPUT - I . Audio Select Fixed if your Audio Receiver or Stereo System Output 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 L _ gu _ e Display the on - screen menus in either English or Spanish ( Espa _ ol ) . 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 . 34
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Setup Menu , continued Remote control menu selection : MENU 1 . _ to display the Main Menu 7 . • or • to select another menu item OR 4 . • to move to the setting field ENTER MENU 2 . • or rand _ to select the SETUP menu to return to the previous menu OR 5 . • or • to change the setting HOME 3 . • or Vto select the menu item to change to return to TV viewing . 6 . • after making your changes ASSIGN Assign Input turns off unused INPUT menu inputs , or turns them on again , or changes the name of the input . If you turn off an input , it will be automatically skipped when you press the INPUT button . If you have con - nected a DVD with compo - nent YCrCb output , it will be automatically turned on . Input choices are : Ant - A , Ant - B turns on or off antenna inputs used to connect antennas or cable . DTV select RGB , YPrPb or OFF , depending on the HDTV receiver connections you made ( pages 14 and 15 ) , if any . INPUT - I , INPUT - 2 or INPUT - 3 turns off unused inputs or cycles through a list of preset names for audio video product connected to the TV back panel terminals . Examples of preset names are : VCR I , VCR2 , DVD , CAM , etc . . . INPUT - 4 turns off unused input or cycles through a list of preset names for audio video product connected to theTV front panel terminals . 35
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Broadcasters can send either standard or text closed captioning , Standard closed captioning follows the dialogue of the characters on - screen and displays in a small section of the screen . Text closed captioning often contains information such as weather or news and covers a large portion of the on - screen program . Your TV can decode four different standard and four different text closed captioning signals from each TV station . However , each station may broadcast only one or two closed captioning signals , or none at all . CAPTIONS Turn on or off the closed Menu caption decoder , choose black or gray as the back - ground color for the closed caption area and enable the DTV channel guide ( if op - tional HD - 1080 receiver is connected ) . Your DTV receiver or DVD player may not be equipped to display closed captioning . IMPORTANT A large black or gray box will appear on yourTV screen , if you have selected text closed captioning , and no text signal is being broadcast . The TV can display : Closed CC I , CC2 , CC3 , CC4 Captions one of four standard closed captioning signals Text I , Text 2 , Text 3 , Text 4 one of four text closed captioning signals On if mute closed captions when mute Off no closed captions If you select " On if mute " the standard closed captioning signal ( CC I ) will appear whenever you use the MUTE button . If you set the decoder to a " standard " closed caption setting or " On if mute " and tune to a broadcaster that is not sending a caption signal , no closed captions will appear . 36
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Captions Menu , continued Remote control menu selection : MENU 1 . _ todiaplaytha Main Menu 7 . • or • to select another menu item OR 4 . _ to move to the setting field ENTER MENU 2 . • or rand _ to select CAPTIONS menu to return to the prewous menu OR 5 . • or • to change the setting HOME 3 . • or Vto select the menu item to change to return to TV viewing , 6 . • after making your changes CC To make the closed captions Background easier to read , you can choose to display the background color as either black or gray translucence . 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 . If connecting an optional DTV Channel HD - 1080 receiver , the DTV Guide Channel Guide can display channel details for the cur - rently selected station . DTV channels have both major and minor channels capability . A major channel may have several minor channels . Minor channels 01 - 99 are for broad - cast viewing . Channel informa - tion and guide availability is determined by the broadcast stations . Some HDTV broadcasts will only contain major channels and may not contain channel information . 37
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Antenna SelectAnt - A , Ant - B or DTV ( with optional HDTV re - ceiver ) . For each antenna , you can add or delete chan - nels in memory , name chan - nels and add channels to the SQV ( SuperQuickView TM ) list . IMPORTANT DTV Note The DTV antenna will appear as a selection on the Channel Edit menu when the Mitsubishi HD - 1080 H DTV receiver is connected . If another HDTV receiver is connected , DTV will not appear as a selection . Channel Select the channel you want to add or delete from memory , name , or add to the SQV list . 38
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The Channel Edit Menu , continued Remote control menu selection : MENU 1 . _ to display the Main Menu 4 . • to move to the setting field 7 . A or • to select another menu item OR ENTER 2 . Aorrand _ tose ] ect CHANNEL EDFmenu 5 . A or r to change the setting _ u to return to the previous menu OR HOME 3 . Aor • to select the menu item to change 6 . • after making your changes _ to return to TV viewing , After all available channels Memory have been memorized with the " Memorize Channels " feature , weaker channels viewed with Ant - A or Ant - B can be added back in or unwanted channels can be deleted , on an individual basis . When an optional HD - 1080 receiver is connected , you can memorize major channels for DTV input , then add or delete memorized channels . Use the CHANNEL button on the remote control to view memorized channels . Channels shown on Ant - A or Name Ant - B can be given names , up to a maximum of four characters . After you enter a name , it will appear on screen , next to the channel number . Select Ant - A or Ant - B . Select the memorized channel you want to name . At the Name field , you can use letters ( A - Z ) , numbers ( 0 - 9 ) and / or symbols ( t . & ' / : * - and blank ) . CANCEL If you want to change your selection while in the option field , use _ to delete the current character . You will move one position back . wCANCELhile If you press _ at the first character , the entire name will be deleted . Press • or • to change a letter . Press _ after choosing each letter and after the Name is chosen . 39
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The Channel Edit Menu , continued SQV SQV ( SuperQuickView TM ) allows you to put together a list of your favorite channels , from Ant - A , Ant - B or DTV ( if optional HD - 1080 receiver is connected ) . You can store up to 6 SQV channels in each of the 9 different memory banks . Once you've added a channel to the SQV memory , the letters " SQV " and the memory bank number appear under the channel number , even if you tune to the channel using another method . Changing SQV channels and banks using only the remote control I . Press the SQV button repeatedly to see the desired channel . 2 . To change memory banks , press a number button within 5 seconds of pressing the SQV button . @ @ Adding SQV channels using only the remote control @ @ @ @ I . Use the CHANNEL 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 . " SQV " and the memory bank number will appear under the channel number , to show that the channel has been added to SQV memory . Removing SQV channels using only the remote control I . Press the SQV button repeatedly to select the channel to be removed from the list . 2 . While the channel number and SQV indicators are still displayed on the screen , press the CANCEL button . 3 . When the SQV indicator disappears , the channel has been can - celed from the SuperQuickView list . If you wait until the channel and SQV indicators disappear automatically , then the CANCEL button will not remove the channel from the list . 40
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Remote control menu selection : MENU 1 . _ to display the Main Menu 7 . • or • to select another menu item OR 4 . • to move to the setting field ENTER MENU 2 . • orVand _ to select ADVANCED to return to the previous menu OR 5 . • or • to change the setting FEATURES menu HOME 3 . • or Vto select the menu item to change to return to TV viewing . 6 . • after making your changes TIMER The timer will automatically , at a specific time , turn the TV on , if it is off . It will tune to a channel on : Ant - A _ Ant - B , DTV ( if optional HD - 1080 receiver is connected ) or select : INPUT - I , 2 , 3 ( DVD component ) or 4 . 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 CLOCK Menu instead of the Timer menu . Timer The timer can be turned On or Off . If you turn On the Timer , you need to select the time to turn on , the day to turn on , the input and the channel to display . Later , if the timer turns theTV on , the message " Press a key for theTV to stay on " , is shown . If you don't press a button on the remote control or front panel within 5 minutes , the TV will automatically turn off . 41
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Advanced Features Menu , continued Select the hour and minute , SetTime includingAM or PM , when the television is to turn on , Press • or • to slowly adjust the time , Press and hold • or • to quickly adjust the time , Set Day Select the days that the television will turn on auto - matically , You may select Everyday , Mon - Fri ( Monday through Friday ) , or the individual days of the week . 42
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Advanced Features Menu , continued Remote control menu selection : MENU 7 . • or • to select another menu item OR 4 . • to move to the setting field 1 . _ to display the Main Menu MENU ENTER to return to the previous menu OR 2 . • or rand _ to select ADVANCED 5 . • or • to change the setting FEATURES menu HOME to return to TV viewing . 6 . • after making your changes 3 . • or Vto select the menu item to change Input Select the input to use when the timer turns on the TV , or changes the input , if the TV is already on . Channel If the selected input is Ant - A , Ant - B or DTV ( if optional HD - 1080 receiver is con - nected ) channels , you can have the television turn on to any memorized channel . 43
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Advanced Features Menu , continued V - CHIP The V - Chip Parent Lock PARENT allows you to Block or Allow LOCK programs based on ratings sent by the broadcast sta - tions . The default setting is to allow all programs . You can block programs by the type of program and by the categories you want blocked . Or you can block all pro - grams during a specific time period . After changing channels or inputs , there may be up to a 5 second delay , before the V - Chip block takes effect . The first time you select your Entry to passcode , or to re - select after V - Chip permanently canceling it , you Parent will : Lock Use the number keys on the remote control to choose four numbers for the ENTER passcode and then press _ . To delete a character and CANCEL move back one space , press ENTER before pressing _ . To exitwithout enterin _ a MENU ROME before pressing _ . IMPORTANT The next time you see a passcode screen , it will display If you forget your four - digit passcode , please see Appen - " To go to the menu , enter I dix 3 : Procedure for Bypassing the Parent Lock . your passcode _ . " 44
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Advanced Features Menu , continued V - Chip rating information is not currently included in all programs sent by broadcast - ers . This means you may not be able to block the pro - grams . For a more complete blocking system , see the V - CHIP HOURS / LOCK BY TIME section . V - Chip rating information that may be included with the programs includes : I . TV Ratings - Are age - appropriate as determined by broadcasters . 2 . Lettered categories - May or may not be sent as part of the V - Chip information provided by broadcasters , along with TV Ratings . Not every lettered category will apply to everyTV Rating . 3 . Programs Not Rated - Some programs may carryV - Chip information of " Not rated " , " N / A " or " None " . These programs may include news , sports , weather , emergency broadcast bulletins or foreign programming . 4 . Movie Ratings - For movies previously shown in theaters or Direct - to - Video movies . Movie ratings are independent of anyTV or Lettered category rating . Some programs may not carryV - Chip information and cannot be blocked . These may include : I . Older programs , whether on television , or videotape , disc , etc _ . 2 . HD and 480p programs . TV Ratings for television programs including made - for - television movies : OFF TV - Y ( youth ) TV - Y7 ( youth , 7 years and up ) TV - G ( general audiences of all ages ) TV - PG ( parental guidance suggested ) TV - 14 ( I 4 years and up ) TV - MA ( mature audience ) Example : If you selectTV - PG as theTV Rating then , TV - Y , TV - Y7 , TV - G andTV - PG will be allowed . 45
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The V - Chip Parent Lock , continued Lettered Categories to be used Age Lettered categories that may withTV Ratings : Categories be available for blocking TV - Y FV - FantasyViolence TV - Y7 FV D - Sexual Dialog TV - G L - Adult Language TV - P D , L , S , V S - Sexual Situations TV - 14 AL , S , V V - Violence TV - MA L , S , V Example : If you blockTV - MAV then , TV - PGV andTV - 14 V will also be blocked . Programs Not Rated : This is an actual broadcast rating for programs that contain V - Chip information of " Not Rated " , " N / A " or " None " . Example : News , sports , weather , foreign programs and emergency broadcast bulletins . IMPORTANT When Programs Not Rated is set to block , emergency programs may be blocked along with other Not Rated programs . Use care when selecting this setting . For Movies previously shown in theaters or Direct - to - Video : Off G ( general audience ) PG ( parental guidance suggested ) PG - 13 ( I 3 years and up ) R ( restricted ) NC - 17 ( 18 years and up ) X ( adult ) Example : If you select PG - 13 as the Movie Rating then , G , PG and PG - 13 will be allowed . This example shows the V - Chip settings when the Example Movie Rating is PG - I 3 , TV Rating is TV - PG and Lettered Categories D and S are blocked . 46
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The V - Chip Parent Lock , continued Remote control menu selection : MENU 1 . _ todisplaythe Main Menu 7 . • or • to select another menu item OR 4 . • to move to the setting field ENTER 2 , • or • and _ to select the menu category _ u to return to the previous menu OR 5 . • or • to change the setting HOME 3 . • or Vto select the menu item to change to return to TV viewing . 6 . • after making your changes Using theV - CHIP HOURS / V - CHIP LOCK BY TIME menu , you HOURS / can activate theV - Chip or LOCK BY lock the entire television , TIME during specific hours by : I . Blocking some programs during specific hours , using V - Chip Start and StopTime . or 2 . Blocking all programs during specific hours by selecting the Lock byTime feature with LockTime and UnlockTime . Use theV - CHIP HOURS V - Chip Start and StopTimes to block Start programs during specific Time hours , and later have V - Chip blocking turn off automati - V - Chip cally . If theV - Chip start and Stop stop time are the same , the Time V - Chip will be on 24 hours a day . Press • or • to slowly adjust the time . Press and hold • or • to quickly adjust the time . 47
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The V - Chip Parent Lock , continued Lock by Time is an entire TV Lock byTime locking system based on LockTime viewing times . When used , UnlockTime the entireTV will be locked between the specified hours . To use theTV during the locked period , you must enter your four digit passcode . Passcode To view a bJocked program Screen after using theV - Chip block , you will have to enter your passcode to temporarily turn off the block _ If LockTime and UnlockTime are set to the same time , the Parent Lock will be on 24 hours a day . 48
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Advanced Features Menu , continued CONVERGENCE Your Mitsubishi Projection TV has three picture tubes with large diameter lenses which are aligned to properly converge the projected 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 . CONVERGENCE Convergence aligns the whole screen at one time . Menu Advanced Convergence aligns 64 individual adjustment positions . Select either Red Conver - gence or Blue Convergence to begin alignment . 49
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The Advanced Features Menu , continued When the Red and Blue lines are properly converged , the Red on - screen crosshairs will be Convergence white . You can useA , , , Vor • to move the colors toward or away from the crosshairs , until the crosshairs are white . Press _ to switch between RED and BLUE . For Advanced Convergence , press AUDIO . Read the on - screen display for further instruc - tions . To restore the convergence Reset factory settings , select Reset Factory Factory Default from the Defaults CONVERGENCE menu . The message " Convergence completed " will display when the factory defaults are restored . 50
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The Advanced Features Menu , continued Before you can adjust the Advanced Convergence , you must adjust the convergence for both Red and Blue . Advanced Use theA , I _ rot • buttons Conve _ to move the flashing bracket gence to a position that needs adjustment . ENTER Press _ to stop the flashing . Use theA , I _ , • or • buttons to move the red or blue line . A position is converged when all three lines combine to make a white line . ENTER Press _ when aligned , the bracket will start flashing . UseA , , , • or • to move to a new position . liMPORTANT When finished converging press the _ button to save There are more than 64 line your changes , intersections . However , the bracket will only stop on the 64 Use then button to adjustment positions . switch adjusting between the Red and Blue lines . 51
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The Advanced Features Menu , continued Your Mitsubishi television Video _ utomatically doubles the Display lines of the standard 480i ( interlaced ) pictures . This provides a smoother , more film like image . The default doubling is 480p ( progressive ) . If you prefer , you can choose to display the picture as 960i ( interlaced ) . Video Video Mute lets you display a Mute blue or gray screen when no signal is being received , for INPUT - I , 2 , 3 or 4 . The V - Chip block will remain off for that channel or input , until the TV power is turned off and turned on again 52
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AUDIO / Eachof the7 rinputshasitsy . VIDEO ownaudiovideomemoividual SETTINGS iYoucanadjusttheindngsforongsb : Menu audioor tvideosettaretwti eachinput . hThereese waysto adjustt y usingtheremotecontrol buttonswiththeMenuUDIO screeno , r withtheAonthe orVIDEObutton remote control . After adjusting , every time you select that input , the new settings will be used . Select the input for the audio AV and / or video memory Memory settings you want to change . 53
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Audio / Video Settings Menu AV Reset will return the AV Reset audio and video settings of the currently selected input's memory to the original factory adjustments AUDIO Select either AUDIO SETTINGS SETTINGS orVIDEO SET - VIDEO TINGS , Then adjust the SETTINGS individual settings with See pages 56 - 58 for descrip - tions of the individual audio and video settings . 54
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Audio / Video Settings Menu , continued VIDEO f AUDIO Using the AUDIO orVIDEO button on the remote control I . Press _ AUDIO or _ repeatedly until the desired setting ADJUST displays at the bottom of the screen . 2 . Press 1orl _ to change the setting . In 5 seconds the display will disappear . MENU When Black Enhancement is Black on , dark scenes have the Enhancement lighter parts of the picture brightened for better viewing . With brighter scenes on the screen , Black Enhancement has little effect . 55
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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 , your TV will automati - cally adjust the picture contrast and brightness for the best picture based on your room lighting . When turned on , Contrast and Brightness cannot be adjusted manually . Contrast provides a slider that controls the level of white - to - black in the picture . Low contrast will show a variety of shades in the darker imageson 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 slider that controls the overall brightness of the picture . Auto Picture for Ant - A and Ant - B , senses the tuner signal strength . It adjusts picture color and sharpness for the best picture . When turned on , sharpness and color cannot be adjusted manually . Sharpness provides a slider that adjusts the detail and clarity of the picture . Color provides a slider that determines the intensity of the color . Tint provides a slider that adjusts the proportion of red to green in the picture . ColorTemp ( Color temperature ) allows you to set how theTV will display white images . Your choices are " Low 6500K or Low ( for HD ) " , " High " or " Medium " With the Low 6500K or Low ( for HD ) setting , white images on - screen will have a warm cast to them . This adjustment is an average and can vary due to ambient room lighting , video scene brightness and the TV's age . The Low 6500K represents the 6500 ° K industry standard for NTSC ( non - HD ) pictures . • With the High setting , white images on - screen will have a cool cast to them . This setting may provide the most realistic picture under bright lighting . • With the Medium setting , white imageson - screen will be balanced between the Low ( warm ) and High ( cool ) settings . Video Noise reduces minor video noise ( graininess ) in the broadcast or input signal . 56
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Audio / Video Settings Menu , continued 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 . Surround creates simulated stereo and surround effects . You can set this setting to " Off " , " Simulated Stereo " or " Surround Sound " . Select : Off when you do not want to use any surround effects . Set the surround setting to " Off " when using anA / V receiver with Dolby _ Pro Logic Surround , or Dolby Digital Surround . Simulated Stereo when you are watching a non - stereo pro - gram . Your TV will create a simulated stereo effect by using the TV's speakers . Surround Sound 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 for Ant - A or Ant - B determines how your TV 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 . _ dmdono broadcasts in mono . The word " Stereo " will be displayed when you tune to a channel broadcasting stereo programming . 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 has stereo audio . " Dolby " " AC - 3 ; ' " Pro Logic " and the double - D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation . Copyright 1992 Dolby Laboratories , Inc . All rights reserved . 57
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Audio / Video Settings Menu , continued Adjusting the sound , continued Listen to for DTV ( when using optional HD - 1080 receiver ) allows you to determine which language your TV will receive a broadcast in , if that language is available for the program . The possible choices are : • English • German • French • Italian • Spanish • Other • Portuguese Listen to is not available for INPUTs PIP Audio Output is available on models WT - 46805 , WS - 55805 , WS - 55905 , WS - 65905 and WS - 73905 . Stereo , SAP , Mono or DTV languages , as available , can be heard through an amplifier or wireless headphones connected to the PIPAUDIO outputs ( on the back of the television ) . This feature allows you to hear sound that is being broadcast through the displayed PIP . Once con - nected , if the PIP is not displayed you will be able to hear the main TV program through the head - phones . If the PIP input's Audio Output cannot be adjusted , then the letters " N / A " will appear on - screen , when this feature is chosen . 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 . 58
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When your remote control has been programmed to operate other manufacturer's products the functions it performs on each layer will vary by manufacturer and model . The most common functions are : YCl _ • POWER • PAUSE • CHANNEL up / down • REW / REV • REC • PLAY • STOP • FF / FWD Mitsubishi VCRs will be compatible with additional buttons Cable Boxes and Satellite Receivers : • POWER • 0 - 9 number buttons ( on some models ) • CHANNEL up / down • CANCEL ( on some models ) • ENTER ( on some models ) • GUIDE ( on some models ) • ADJUST up / down / left / right ( on some models ) AV Receivers : Mitsubishi AV Receivers • POWER • Direct Input Selection buttons • VOLUME ( several specific buttons , • MUTE on some models ) Mitsubishi CD Players when used in combination with Mitsubishi AV Receivers ( use 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 number buttons • REW • MENU • pLAy • CANCEL • ARROW up / down / left / right • STOP • ENTER 59
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PIP ( Picture in Picture ) , Side - by - side and POP ( Picture outside Picture ) Mode You can display a large or small PIP ( Picture - in - Picture ) . For widescreen modelsWT - 46805 , WS - 55805 , WS - 55905 , WS - 65905 and WS - 73905 you can also display a side - by - side picture , or three or nine POP's ( Picture - outside - Picture ) . PIP / POP Activating PIP / POP For models VS - 50805 and VS - 60805 , press PIP / POP once to turn on PIR a second time for a smaller size PIP and a third time to turn off PIR For widescreen models , WT - 46805 , WS - 55805 , WS - 55905 , WS - 65905 and WS - 73905 , press PIP / POP to activate the PIP and POP modes . Each additional press within three seconds will change the PIP to the next mode . Press PIP / POP to see a side - by - side image , again for three POP's , again to see nine POP's , again to see a large PIP and again to see a small PIR To turn off the PIP or POP , wait more than ten seconds and press PIP / POR The next time the PIP / POP is used , the last selected PIP or POP will be the first shown . PiP INPUT PIP INPUT To see a picture in the PIP inset , you may need to select an input source . If the only input you have connected is ANT A , then both the main picture and the PIP or POP will both be from ANT A . If you have connected other video equipment , you may be able to view pictures coming from these products in the PIP / POP inset or as the main picture . Below is a list of main picture and PIP or POP sources that cannot be used together : • WhenAnt - A is the main picture , Ant - B cannot be the PIP / POP source . • When DTV 480p , HD , or DVD 480p is the main picture , PIP / POP is not available from any input or antenna . • When DTV is the main picture , component video from INPUT - 3 cannot be the PIP / POP source . • When Component video from INPUT - 3 is the main picture , DTV cannot be the PiP / POP source . • For widescreen models in the side - by - side mode , the same picture cannot be shown in the main picture and side - by - side . To see if DTV 480p , HD or DVD 480p is the main picture , press the INFO button . The on - screen display will list 480P or HD 16 : 9 when those signals are received . 60
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Using PIP and POP Features , continued PIP INPUT Using the PIP INPUT button PIP / POP A _ t _ 002 KCE _ plPA017 I . To view a PIP image , press _ . Stand _ TV - _ G DLSV PIP INPUT SQV4 z To see the available PIP inputs , press _ repeatedly . The input name will be displayed on screen for about five seconds . The equipment connected to INPUT - I , 2 , 3 ( DVD component ) , 4 or DTV needs to be turned on to show a PIP or POP PIP CH Using the PIP CH button 8 When a PIP or POP channel is displayed , the PIP CH button can change PIP or POP channels for Ant - A , Ant - B or DTV ( when optional HD - 1080 receiver is connected ) . PIP / POP I . Press _ . PIP CH 2 . Press to show a different channel on the PIP or POP ADJUST Using the ADJUST button I ) with PIP or POP PIP : ADJUST Press { to move the PIP image anywhere on the screen . POP : ADJUST Press to change to a different " live " POP image . VCR . . . . . . PAUSE Using the PAUSE buttonO with PIR Side - by - Side or POP ( select switch must be inTV position ) PIP : PAUSE While viewing a PIP or side - by - side channel , press O to freeze the image . Press P _ SE again to return to a live picture . PAUSE To bring a frozen PIP image on - screen , press _ . POP : PAUSE Press _ to keep the same active POP and stop auto - matic switching . PAUSE Press _ again to return to automatic POP switching . 61
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