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MITSUBISHI THE BIG SCREEN COMPANY _ "
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 of the presence of uninsulated " dangerous voltage " within the product's enclosure that may be 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 panying the appliance . Warning : To avoid permanently imprinting a fixed image onto your TV screen , please do not display the same stationary images on the screen for more that 15 % of your total TV viewing in one week . Examples of stationary images are letterbox top / bottom bars from DVD disc or other video sources , side bars when showing standard TV pictures on widescreen TVs , stock market reports , video game patterns , station Iogos , web sites or stationary computer images . Such patterns can unevenly age the picture tubes causing permanent damage to the TV . Please see pages 25 and 70 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 instructions , 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 interference 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 : â€¢ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna . â€¢ Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver . â€¢ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected . â€¢ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help . Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Mitsubishi could void the user's authority to operate this equipment . WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE . CAUTION : TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK , MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT , FULLY INSERT . NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER : THIS REMINDER IS PROVIDED TO CALL THE CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER'S ATTENTION TO ARTICLE 820 - 40 OF THE NEC THAT PROVIDES GUIDELINES FOR THE PROPER GROUNDING AND , IN PAR - TICULAR , 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 .
Table of Contents IM PORTANT SAFEGUARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 5 Sp , pendix A : Bypassing the V - Chip Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Sp , pendix B : Input Connection Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Sp , pendix C : Remote Control Programing Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Sp , pendix D : Cleaning and Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 - 76 Sp , pendix E : Diamond Shield Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 - 78 Sp , pendix F : Cabinet Separation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 - 80 Sp , pendix G : Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 - 82 ndex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 - 84 Vlitsubishi Projection TV Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS Please read the following safeguards for your TV and retain for future reference . _ _ Always follow all warnings and instructions marked on the television . = Read , Retain and Follow All Instructions Read all safety and operating instructions before operating the TV . Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference . Follow all operating and use instructions . = Heed Warnings Adhere to all warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions . = Cleaning Unplug the TV from the wall outlet before cleaning . Do not use liquid , abrasive , or aerosol cleaners . Cleaners can permanently damage the cabinet and screen . Use a lightly dampened cloth for cleaning . = Attachments and Equipment Never add any attachments and / or equipment without approval of the manufacturer as such additions may result in the risk of r _ d ect ricshock or ct I _ r personal i _ ury . = Water and Moisture Do not use the TV where contact with or immersion in water is possible . Do not use near bath tubs , wash bowls , kitchen sinks , laundry tubs , swimming pools , etc . 6 . Accessories Do not place the TV on an unstable cart , stand , tripod , or table . The TV may fall , causing serious injury to a child or adult and serious damage to the TV . Use only with a cart , stand , tripod , bracket , or table recommended by the manufacturer , or sold with the TV . Any mounting of the TV should follow the manufacturer's instructions , and should use mounting accessories recommended by the manufacturer . An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care . Quick stops , excessive force , and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn . = Ventilation Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the TV and to protect it from overheating . Do not block these openings or allow them to be obstructed by placing the TV on a bed , sofa , rug , or other similar surface . Nor should it be placed over a radiator or heat register . If the TV is to be placed in a rack or bookcase , ensure that there is adequate ventilation and that the manufacturer's instructions have been adhered to . = Power Source This TV should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label . If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home , consult your appliance dealer or local power company . g = Grounding or Polarization This TV is equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug having one blade wider than the other . This plug will t irt ot 1 _ power cut le ml yone vvay . If y _ u ar eunabl et oi rser t tl _ pl _ f d lyi rtot I _ out le , try reversing the plug . If the plug should still fail to t , eont a ; t _ our d a : t d ( _ ant or epl aneyour cbsol e eout le . I _ not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug . 10 . 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 TV . 11 . Lightning For added protection for this TV during a lightning storm , or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time , unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system . This will prevent damage to the TV due to lightning and power - line surges .
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS Continued 12 . Power Lines An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits , or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits . When installing an outside antenna system , extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal . 13 . Overloading Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in a risk of reor el e : t ricshock . 14 . Object and Liquid Entry Never push objects of any kind into this TV through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short - out parts that could result in reor el e : t ricshock . I _ ver spi II li _ i dof any ki _ on or irtot haTV . EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING 15 . Outdoor Antenna Grounding If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the TV , be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide / OUNDC MP . _ some protection against voltage surges and built - up static charges . UNIT Section 810 of the National Electric Code , ANSI / NFPA No . I < NEDSEOT , ONO , O - = O > 70 - 1984 , provides information with respect to proper grounding of I EQUIPMENTI - _ - / / " - - - J GROUNDING the mast and supporting structure , grounding of the lead in wire to _ - - - . 4 _ [ _ . / _ Y ' _ CONDUCTORS an antenna discharge unit , size of grounding conductors , location _ _ ; _ ' _ R ( oNuECDS _ _ T _ Ns 810 - 21 ) of antenna discharge unit , connection to grounding electrodes , and " _ ' _ " _ POWER SERVICE GROUNDING requirements for the grounding electrode . ELECTRODE SYSTEM NEC - - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ( NEC ART 250 PART H / 16 . Servicing Do not attempt to service this TV yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards . Refer all servicing to quali edser vi _ per sonnel . 17 . Damage Requiring Service Unplug the TV from the wall outlet and refer servicing to quali edser vi _ per sonnel under tie f ( JI _ conditions : ( a ) When the power - supply cord or plug is damaged . ( b ) If liquid has been spilled , or objects have fallen into the TV . ( c ) If the TV has been exposed to rain or water . ( d ) If the TV does not operate normally by following the operating instructions , adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a quali edt echni e ant or ester et haTV t oi tsnor ra I q _ er _ t ira . ( e ) If the TV has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged . ( f ) When the TV exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a need for service . 18 . Replacement Parts When replacement parts are required , be sure the service technician has used replacement parts speci ed by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part . Unauthorized substitutions may result in r _ etect ricshock or ( I her hazards . 19 . Safety Check Upon completion of any service or repair to the TV , ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the TV is in safe operating condition . 20 . Heat The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators , heat registers , stoves , or other products ( including ampli ers ) that I _ educe heat .
Part I : Thank You We at Mitsubishi Would Like to Thank You To the Mitsubishi Consumer : Thank you for choosing Mitsubishi as your premier home entertainment partner . The development team at Mitsubishi understands that our customers demand and expect the very best . Mitsubishi is founded on the core beliefs and phi - losophies that drive us to deliver products that lead the industry . Your new television includes True HDTV TM perfor - mance and new digital home - networking technology , both of which break new ground in performance , ease of use , and future upgradeability . Whether this is your rst M tsubi _ hi 0onsurre r d ectrcni es product or an addition to your growing Mitsubishi family , we hope that this television will bring you and your family many hours of enjoyment .
Part I " Thank You Unpacking Your New TV Special Features Please take a moment to review the follow - Your new High De ri tim bi _ cre _ n t e evi sm has many special features that make it the per - ing list of items to ensure that you have fect addition to your home entertainment system . received everything included : Below we have highlighted a handful . [ ] Remote Control [ ] ( 2 ) AAA Batteries Fully Integrated HDTV [ ] ( 1 ) Digital Audio Cable Your Mitsubishi bigscreen TV can receive all Lq ( 1 ) Double IR Emitter Cable approved terrestrial broadcast digital signals , DI ( 1 ) Quadruple IR Emitter Cable non - scrambled digital cable signals , terrestrial analog signals and non - scrambled analog cable m Product Registration Card signals that use a standard offset carrier system . bl Owner's Guide Further , your TV will display all High De ri tim m Quick Reference Card signals as 1080i True HDTV TM and all standard [ ] NetCommand TM Guide de ri tim si _ al sw II I _ di _ pl _ , ed as 480p . rl _ Connection Con gJr _ t im 13 ajr a - rs NetCommand TMHOme Network Con - trol System NetCommand TM features and technology patent pending . Your Mitsubishi bigscreen HDTV offers a new [ ] Remote Control level of networking to combine selected older products with new and future digital products . [ ] ( 2 ) AAA Batteries NetCommand TM supports IEEE 1394 connec - tions , HAVi ( Home Audio Video Interoperability ) Control system , Audio Video Control system ( AV / C ) , 5C copy protection and IR control of selected older products such as VCRs , DVD players , cable boxes or satellite receivers . All operating in a similar manner using on - screen graphical menus and a single remote control . [ ] ( 1 ) Digital Audio Cable See the NetCommand TM Guide for instructions on how to use this feature . Wide Screen Picture Format You will be able to view pictures as the directors intended you to see them . Both DTV and DVD's supporting the widescreen format will enable you to enjoy a theater feel in the comfort of your home . PIP / POP Viewing Option D ( 1 ) Double IR Emitter Cable Using Picture - in - Picture and Picture - outside - Pic - ture will give you exciting options for viewing your favorite programs . V - Chip Technology Your Mitsubishi bigscreen will allow you to restrict viewing of programming by general con - tent , category contents , or even by time . I _ ( 1 ) Quadruple IR Emitter Cable
Part I1 : Installation Front Control Panel S - VIDEO VIDEO L - AUDIO - R SYSIEM RESET 11MER Â© Q N , t _ - 5 Figure 1 . Front Control Panel . The buttons on the front control panel that are highlighted in gray are duplicated on the remote control . The top row of labels show the control functions when there are no TV menus displayed on the screen . The bottom row of labels show the control functions when the TV menus are displayed on the screen . See Remote Control Functions : Overview , page 60 , for details on their functions . System Reset If the TV will not respond to either the remote control or the front panel controls and will not power off , press the SYSTEM RESET button with a pointed item like the point of a ball point pen . The TV will turn off and the TIMER light will a ; h qui ( kl yf ( _ _ bout me minute . When the TIMER light stops a ; hi _ , y : ) u rra y t urnon t l - e TV again [ qe changes you made while the TV was on before you used the SYSTEM RESET button may be cancelled , however , the changes you made previously are not cancelled . Only the changes since the last power on may be lost when the system reset button is pressed . All other settings are retained . Timer The green light is a multi - function indicator . Each time the TV is plugged into the wall electrical outlet , or when power is restored after a power failure , or after using the SYSTEM RESET button , this light will a ; h r api d yf ( _ _ bout me rri r _ t e I _ not _ tteTp t tot urn on the TV during this period , wait for the a ; hi _ t ost q0 bef ( _ eat teTp t i _ t ot urnt l'e TV on . When the TV is turned on , the light will be illuminated steadily . If the TV has beeny programmed to turn on automatically using the Timer feature , this light will a ; h sled while the TV is powered off . A / V Reset Press this button to reset all A / V memories to the factory default settings . Input 5 This input can be used for convenient connection of a camcorder or other video device to the TV . Please note that if you connect to the S - VIDEO terminal , the VIDEO terminal is deactivated . The VIDEO terminal is active when there is no S - Video connection .
Part I1 : Installation Back Panel [ ] [ ] Inputs 1 - 4 These inputs can be used for the connection of a VCR , Super VHS ( S - VHS ) VCR , DVD player , standard satellite receiver , or other A / V device to the TV . Please note that if you connect to the S - VIDEO terminal , the VIDEO terminal is deactivated . The VIDEO terminal is active when there is no S - Video connection . [ ] Output ( Monitor and PIP ) The Monitor Output sends the TV audio and video signals from Ant - A , Ant - B and Inputs 1 - 5 to a VCR or other analog A / V equipment . It will also send digital audio and video signals from Ant - DTV and IEEE - 1394 products that are not copy protected , and convert them to analog signals . From VGA , Component 1 and 2 and Input - DTV , no signals will be sent . The PIP output sends the PIP's or POP's audio signal to an ampli e " or wi re e _ s headphones . If no PIP or POP is displayed , the PIP output will not send any audio . [ ] Antenna ( ANT - A , LOOP OUT , and ANT - B ) ANT - A and ANT - B receive analog NTSC signals from VHF / UHF antennas or an analog NTSC cable system . LOOP OUT sends the ANT - A signal out to another component , such as a cable box or VCR . El IR Emitter - Repeater Connecting IR emitters here allows the TV to pass IR commands from most IR remote controls to other A / V devices that are out of range of the remote control . ! = ! VGA This input can be used for the connection of a computer . Please see Appendix B , page 73 , for signal compatibility . 11 Component Inputs 1 - 2 These inputs can be used for the connection of A / V equipment with component video outputs , such as a DVD player . Please see Appendix B , page 73 , for signal compatibility . m DTV Input This input is used to connect a DTV receiver , and can be con gJre : ! f c _ I - DTV s i _ al t3pes component ( YPrPb ) , RGB sync on green , and RGB plus H & V . Please see Appendix B , page 73 , for signal compatibility .
Part I1 : Installation Back Panel 1tl Antenna DTV ( ANT - DTV ) This input receives digital TV signals from a VHF / UHF antenna or unscrambled digital cable system . If the TV receives scrambled signals on this input , it will not be able to decode them . In this case , your cable company must provide a decoding box . El IEEE - 1394 Input / Output These jacks allow the TV to connect to one or more external A / V products by means of a single cable . Three jacks are provided for this purpose , which allow for a high degree of ed I _ lityfor cmnect i _ your s _ st ento get her . Pl _ se refer tothe Net ( _ nma nd _ - MGuide for IEEE - 1394 device connection details . m Digital Audio Output This output provides digital audio streams , such as Dolby Digital or other types of digital audio , received in the signal from the ANT - DTV input or the IEEE - 1394 devices . This output is intended to be connected to an external audio receiver that is capable of decoding the digital streams and converting them to analog signals suitable for driving loudspeakers . ml IR Emitter - Home Theater Control Output Two jacks are provided for connecting IR emitters . These emitters are used to control external analog devices such as VCRs , DVDs , cable boxes , satellite receivers and audio TM receivers by means of the NetCommand features of the TV . IB Memory Card The card slot behind the cover allows the software of the TV to be updated with expanded features by use ofa a ; h cardpro _ i d _ dby M tsubi shi . [ qe TVdoes not e3rre wi tha card and does not require a card when it is rst recei _ - = _ ! . " bu shoul dnot _ t teTp t touse a a ; h cardt Pat isnot aut her iz _ d by M tsubi shi â€¢ irsert any ot her iteni rt ot hi ssl d _ a ; this may cause damage to your TV that is not covered by your warranty . When software updates are available , they will be announced on our web site , www . mitsubishi - tv . com . If you return your Owner's Registration card with your model and serial number , you may receive written noti ( at ira .
Part I1 : Installation Installation Con gJrat ions & Ne t ( b nTna ndTMSe ttp With this book you will nd f _ d cut pages t Pat show6 over vi evd i ajr a - m of _ andar d pre established system connections , called con gJr _ t ires . " _ ese di ajr a _ speci fyt he i _ ut s to use on the TV and on the NetCommand TM supported Audio Video ( A / V ) Receivers . Later pages in this book will show details on how to connect devices to individual TV inputs . Use the con gJr _ t im t Pat re st d e _ el yrra t ohes t he devi e _ s you wi sht oconnect tot he TV . Connect those devices as closely as possible to the diagram . It is OK if you cannot match the diagram perfectly . The NetCommand TM setup system will allow you to alter the con _ r _ t im t orra t ( h changes you need t orra ke . If y : ) u do not Pave one of the devices speci et i nt he con _ ati a0 the Ne CinTra n d TM set up s _ st emwil I gve ycu the option to select " None " for that device . As an example , if you do not have an A / V receiver , connect the left and right stereo audio cables from each device directly to the TV . In the NetCommand TM Setup system you will be given the opportunity to specify " None " for A / V receiver and the TV will know to use the TV speakers for all sound . You can use brands and / or models of devices that are not supported by NetCommand TM by selecting " Other " . Onthe ral _ creenfe . thesetLpthereisan " F : dit'qotim . [ qeeditq0timwi II _ levyouto change the settings ; for instance you can select a different TV input or A / V receiver input to use with a device , add a device that is not in the original con gJr _ t ira , er _ j _ ea di fie " mt name to the device . The setup can also be edited at a later date , from Setup in the TV menu , to adjust to changes in your system . For instructions concerning the connection and addition of IEEE 1394 devices to your system , see the separate NetCommand TM Guide . The devices for each con gJr _ t im are shown in the table below . NetCommand TM Setup Con gJr at ions Configurations External Devices Cable Cable Box Cable Box DBS VCR VCR 2 DVD Audio / Video Camcorder and / or with With Audio Satellite player Receiver ( temporary Antenna channel 3 , Video Receiver connection ) 4 , or 5 output output # 1 â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ # 2 â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ # 3 â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ # 4 â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ # 5 â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ # 6 â€¢ â€¢ * â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ 0 â€¢ Table 1 . * High De ri tim DBS Recei , _ r .
Part I1 : Installation NetCommand TM Supported Devices Following is a list of devices by several manufacturers that have been tested and shown to be compatible with the NetCommand TM control system . When you use these devices you will be able to control them without changing the setting of the remote control from TV to another product . NetCommand TM Compatible Legacy Devices Device / Model Brand AV Receiver Cable Box DBS - Sat DVD Player VCR Receiver Mitsubishi M - VR800 SR - HD5 DD - 6000 HS - U795 * * Denon AVR _ 2700 6000 General Instruments CFT - 2200 Hughes HIRD - E45 Jerrold See GI * JVC HRo650U Kenwood VR - 2080 Motorola See GI * Panasonic DVD - A310uic _ PV - 8662 = Pioneer VSX - D557 DV - 414 RCA DRD480RE Scientific Atlanta 8600 Sony $ TR - DE825 SAT - A55 DVP - S500D SLV - 778HF Toshiba SD - 9200 Yamaha RX - V2095 * No special models * * Supports both VCR - A and VCR - B remote control system Since similar devices from the same manufacturer often operate the same way , other models may be compatible , however they have not been tested so not all NetCommand TM functions may be available . For devices that are not supported by NetCommand TM , you will need to use that device's original remote control or program the TV remote to operate these devices in the traditional manner .
Part I1 : Installation Connecting Antenna or Wall Outlet Cable for Digital Broadcasts Antenna or Wall Outlet Cable Antenna or Wall Outlet Cable for ford TV back panel Digital Broadcasts . For cable or antenna with coaxial lead ( Figure 1 ) [ ] Connect the incoming cable to ANT - DTV on the TV back panel . Mitsubishi strongly recommends against using antennas with twin _ t le _ ds . T _ n _ t leadart ema wires are sLbj ect to Figure 1 . Antenna or wall outlet cable . interference which may adversely affect the performance of the TV . We recommend using coaxial antenna cable .
Part I1 : Installation Connecting an Analog Antenna , Wall Outlet Cable , or Cable Box . . . . . . . . . . o . . . . . . . . . ( Channels 213 ) ( Channels 14 - 69 ) Separate UHF and VHF Antennas ( Figure 1 ) Fla [ T Fla [ Twin Lead Extema _ TV back panel Antenna or Cable [ ] Connect the UHF and VHF antenna leads to the UHF / VHF combiner . [ ] Push the combiner onto ANT - A on the 3 % % to Combiner TV back panel . [ ] UHF / VHF combiners are not provided with the TV . They should be available at m _ Back Side most electronic stores . Figure 1 . Connecting separate UHF and VHF antennas . Mitsubishi strongly recommends against using antennas with twin _ t le _ ds . T _ n a led art ema wi " esare sLbj e _ to interference which may adversely affect the performance of the TV . We recommend using coaxial antenna cable . Antenna or Wall Outlet Cable for Analog Broadcasts . ( Figure 2 ) For antennas with twin _ t lead TV back [ ] For antenna with twin _ t IsBds , connect 300 Ohm Fin _ 75 OhmCable Twin Lead C _ Ial the 300 - Ohm twin leads to the trans - former . [ ] Push the 75 - Ohm side of the transformer onto ANT - A on the TV back panel . Optlonai 300 Ohm to 75 Ohm Matching Transferor 300 - Ohm to 75 - Ohm matching trans - Figure 2 . Connecting antenna or wall outlet cable for formers are not provided with the TV . analog broadcasts . They should be available at most elec - tronic stores . For cable or antenna with coaxial lead I _ 1 Connect the incoming cable to ANT - A on the TV back panel . Mitsubishi strongly recommends against using antennas with twin _ t le _ ds . T _ n a led art ema wi " esare sLbj e _ to interference which may adversely affect the performance of the TV . We recommend using coaxial antenna cable . Cable Box eIncoming Cabl ( Figure 3 ) [ ] Connect the incoming cable to ANT - A on the TV back panel . [ ] Connect two coaxial cables as follows : One from LOOP - OUT on the TV back panel to [ ] IN on the cable box back panel . I _ 1 One from OUT on the cable box back panel to Figure 3 . Connecting the cable box . ANT - B on the TV back panel .
Part I1 : Installation Connecting an Analog VCR Analog Antennas or Wall Outlet Cable ( Figure 1 ) [ ] Connect the incoming cable to ANT - A on the TV back panel . [ ] Connect two coaxial cables as follows : VCR back panel [ ] One from LOOP - OUT on the TV back panel to ANTENNA IN on the VCR back panel . [ ] One from VCR back panel ANTENNA OUT to ANT - B on the TV back panel . m Now complete gJre3 , st _ ps 1 - 2 Figure 1 . Connecting VCR with antennas or wall outlet cable . Cable Box ( Figure 2 ) [ ] Connect the incoming cable to ANT - A on the TV back panel . Connect three coaxial cables as follows : [ ] One from LOOP - OUT on the TV back panel to IN on the back of the cable box . [ ] One from OUT on the back of the cable box to ANTENNA IN on the VCR back panel . L / fl One from ANTENNA OUT on the VCR back panel to ANT - B on the TV back panel . DI Now complete gJre3 , st _ ps 1 - 2 Adding Composite Video or S - Video with Audio Connections ( Figure 3 ) [ ] Connect a video cable from VIDEO OUT on the VCR back panel to VIDEO INPUTS 1 , 2 , 3 , or 4 on the TV back panel . Figure 2 . Connecting VCR with cable box . If you have a S - VHS VCR , follow the same steps using the S - Video terminals on the VCR and TV ( in place of the composite terminals ) . [ ] Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO OUT on the VCR back panel to AUDIO INPUT 1 , 2 , 3 , or 4 on the TV back panel . The red cable connects to the R ( right ) channel and the white cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . connects to the L ( left ) channel . If your VCR is mono ( non - stereo ) , connect only VCR back panel If your VCR has a video ( , : the white ( left ) cable . channel or RF ON / OFF Â© U [ switch , set to OFE Figure 3 . Connecting the VCR AudiolVideo .
Part I1 : Installation Connecting an Audio / Video Surround Sound Receiver Connecting an A / V Receiver ( Figure 1 ) Connect a video cable from Monitor VIDEO If connecting a digital A / V Receiver with Dolby B OUTPUT on the back of the TV to the TV Digital TM surround sound . VIDEO INPUT on the back of the A / V Receiver . I _ 1 Connect one end of the digital audio cable sup - â‚¬ : If you have connected a S - VHS VCR to the plied with the TV to the DIGITAL AUDIO A / V Receiver , then follow the same video OUTPUT on the back of the TV ( connect connection using the S - Video cable and the end of the cable with the ferrite or plastic terminals on the TV and A / V Receiver ( in cylinder ) . Connect the other end to the COAXIAL DIGITAL INPUT on the back place of the VIDEO cable ) . of the A / V Receiver . Check the Owner's Connect a set of audio cables from the Monitor B Guide for the A / V Receiver for information AUDIO OUTPUT on the back of the TV to the concerning the use of the digital input and TV AUDIO INPUT on the back of the A / V switching between the digital sound and analog Receiver . The red cable connects to the R stereo sound from the TV . ( right ) channel and the white cable connects to the L ( left ) channel . Use only if connecting a Dolby Digital AN Receiver TV Rear Panel Ferrite end m Â® Â® Â® Â® Â® Â® Â® Â® Â® @ Â® Â® [ ] [ ] O , , , _ @ , O , Attach only one cable type c _ A / V Receiver Rear Panel [ ] Figure 1 . Connecting an Audio / Video Receiver
Part I1 : Installation WARNING : Connecting a DVD Player DVD Player with Component Video ( Figure 1 ) ! H L " _ JConnect the Component Video cables from Y / Cr / Cb or Y / Pr / Pb VIDEO OUT on the back of the DVD player to COM - DVD back panel PONENT - 1 or COMPONENT - 2 on the TV back panel , matching the correct con - nection : [ ] YtoY Figure 1 . Connecting the DVD player . [ ] CrorPrtoPr [ ] CborPbtoPb [ ] Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO OUT on the back of the DVD player to COMPONENT AUDIO Input 1 or 2 on the TV back panel . The red cable [ ] connects to the R ( right ) chan - nel , and the white cable DI connects to the L ( left ) channel . S - Video VCR or Satellite Receiver Connecting an S - Video VCR or ( Figure 2 ) Satellite Receiver [ ] Connect an S - Video cable from VIDEO OUT on the device back panel to VIDEO INPUT - l , INPUT - 2 , INPUT - 3 , or INPUT - 4 on the TV back panel . [ ] Connect a set of audio cables from AUDIO OUT on the device back panel to AUDIO INPUT - l , INPUT - 2 , INPUT - 3 , or INPUT - 4 on the TV back panel . The red cable connects to the R ( right ) chan - nel and the white cable connects to the L ( left ) channel . If your device is mono ( non - stereo ) , connect only the white ( left ) cable . Figure 2 . Connecting an S - Video Device .
Part I1 : Installation Connecting an External DTV Receiver DTV Connectors and Adaptors ( Figure 1 ) The TV back panel has 5 RCA - type connec - tors , for the Input - DTV . The back panel of your external DTV receiver may use RCA - type connectors or BNC - type connectors . If your DTV receiver comes with BNC type Ai r or connections , you will need to purchase BNC BNC to RCA to RCA adaptors to connect the TV to the RCA BNC Fitl _ d Connect ] at Conneclion DTV receiver . These adaptors should be Adap _ r Connector available at most electronic supply stores . Figure ? . DTV connectors and adaptors . External DTV Receiver with Compo - nent Video Connections ( Figure 2 ) [ ] Connect the outside antenna , cable , or satellite to ANT , or SATELLITE IN on the DTV receiver ( see your DTV receiver's owner's guide for instructions , and cable compatibility ) . [ ] Connect the incoming terrestrial antenna , or cable ( not satellite ) to ANT - A on the TV back panel ( a coaxial splitter , avail - able at most electronic supply stores , may be required to complete this instal - lation ) . [ ] Connect the RCA - type cables from the YPrPb outputs on the DTV receiver to Input - DTV on the TV back panel . You may need to set the Input - DTV assignment to YPrPb using the " Change " option of the Edit Setup menu . Select this device to change and this assign - ment will be available . m Connect the L ( left ) and R ( right ) audio cables from the DTV receiver to Input - _ Incoming Antenna , [ . 1 r or Cable . DTV AUDIO on the TV back panel . [ ] To utilize the bene tsof a digl _ AN receiver , connect your DTV receiver's Q digital audio out to a digital input on your digital A / V receiver . Figure 2 . Connecting the DTV receiver with component video connections .
Part I1 : Installation Connecting an External DTV Receiver External DTV Receiver with RGB Video Connections ( Figure 1 ) [ ] Connect the outside antenna , cable , or satellite to ANT , or SATELLITE IN on the DTV receiver ( see your DTV receiver's owner's guide for instructions , and cable compatibility ) . [ ] Connect the incoming terrestrial antenna , or cable ( not satellite ) to ANT - A on the TV back panel ( a coaxial splitter , avail - able at most electronic supply stores , may be required to complete this instal - lation ) . [ ] Connect the RGB cables for the DTV receiver to the Input - DTV on the TV back panel . You may need to set the Input - DTV assignment to RGB using the " Change " option of the Edit Setup menu . Select this device to change and this assignment will be available . DTV Receiver TV Back Panel [ ] G ( green ) = Y / G [ ] R ( red ) = Pr / R Incoming Antenna , _ orCab _ , B ( blue ) = Pb / B If the DTV receiver has outputs for H and V sync , connect as listed below Figure 1 . Connecting the DTV receiver with RGB video ( DO NOT connect if DTV receiver uses connections . " Sync on Green " ) : H ( horizontal sync ) = H bl V ( vertical sync ) = V ! _ 1 Connect the L ( left ) and R ( right ) audio cables from the DTV receiver to Input - DTV AUDIO on the TV back panel . To utilize the bene tsof a di _ i _ AN receiver , connect your DTV receiver's digital audio out to a digital input on your digital A / V receiver .
Part I1 : Installation Connecting a Computer with a VGA Monitor Output Connecting a Computer ( Figure 1 ) [ ] Connect VGA Monitor Out from the com - puter to VGA on the TV back panel using a 4 _ Â® @ @ VGA compatible monitor cable . See Appen - dix B , page 73 , for VGA signal compatibility . [ ] Connect the L ( left ) and R ( right ) audio cables from the computer to VGA AUDIO on the TV back panel . In cases where your computer's audio output is a single mini - jack , a splitter is needed to complete this connection . Figure 1 . Connecting a computer with a VGA monitor output . [ ] To utilize the bene tsof a digl tal A / V receiver , connect your computer's digital audio out , if available , to a digital input on your digital A / V receiver . Connecting the IR - Home Theater Control and IR Repeater ( Figure 2 ) IR Emitter - Home Theater Control These emitters are not IR repeaters , but instead used by the NetCommand feature to control supported devices . n a : Connect the IR emitter to IR EMITTER - HOME THEATER CONTROL on the TV back panel . OR @ . _ _ _ TV back panel IR Emitter - Repeater I m _ Im _ El [ ] 1 _ = W _ _ u _ _ 1 These emitters are not used by NetCommand , but will I1 _ _ _ _ o [ ] oooM _ o1 repeat any IR command received by the TV . These emitters allow the TV to be the remote control sensor for [ ] I I other devices that are outside of the range of the hand - I held remote control . Do not use these repeaters with devices that can receive the remote control signal directly , as the signals can interfere with each other . h AN _ n b : Connect the IR emitter to IR EMITTER - REPEATER on the TV back panel . I Other A / V Device I A / V Receiver THEN I _ 1 Place the IR emitter cable under or along i the side of the A / V device . Place the IR lens directly in front of the A / V device's infrared signal receiver . Infrared signal Figure 2 . Connecting the IR Home Theater Control receivers are usually behind the front trans - and / or Repeater . lucent panel of the device . 181 Place unused transmitters in an out - of - the - way location . El For permanent installation of the IR emitter cable , use the included adhesive tape to secure the bottom of the emitter to the anchoring object of your choice .
Part I1 : Installation Warning : Do not leave stationary , toolbar , or partial images on - screen for extended periods of time . Mix the types of pictures shown . Uneven picture tube aging is NOT covered by your warranty . We recommend that screen saver acti - The VGA capability of this television is vation time be set to less than _ e designed for occasional use ONLY . minutes when using a device through It is not meant to be used as a work station the VGA port . You should also use or to view static or odd - shaped images for lower brightness and contrast settings . an extended period of time . Any device If your computer programs allow , tool - connected to your television via the VGA bars should be set to hidden mode . port , including , but not limited to , personal computer , game system , or digital set - top Please remember that most computer pro - box , must have its screen saver function grams and video game systems display activated to prevent damage to the televi - static images , such as boxes , buttons , tool sion . We DO NOT recommend the use of bars , and game scores that can damage any external device that does not have a the television if used for extended periods screen saver function with this television . of time , repeatedly , or frequently . The VGA input will automatically select the " Standard " screen format and II the screen . No other formats are available with the VGA Input . Standard television overscan is used , so VGA images will be cropped on all sides . Resizing of some displays may be required . Consult your owner's manual for computers , computer programs and game systems for assis - tance with resizing display images . Please see page 70 for an explanation of uneven picture tube aging .
Part I1 : Installation The NetCommand TM Initial Setup In order to use your TV's NetCommand fea - ture , you are going to have to provide some detailed information for the initial setup of your Mitsubishi TV . You must de re t l - e manufacturer and model of the devices that you connect to the television . The inputs to the TV and A / V receiver and the names Figure 1 . Con _ r d ionrre nu . for the device are pre - de red dur i _ j Ini U _ Setup , but can be changed using the Edit Buttons Setup Screen . Much like the software on your computer , you will use graphic buttons to navigate On your remote control , pressing ADJUST < through the NetCommand TM Setup and I _ button allows you to navigate through the NetCommand TM Setup . The ADJUST < Back Button A and _ ' buttons and the ENTER buttons Use the < Back button to navigate back to allows you to change settings and make the previous screen . selections . Pressing Adjust A and _ ' changes Next > Button the selection . Press ENTER to check or Use the Next > button to navigate forward to uncheck check boxes , to select push but - the next screen . tons which change screens such as Next > , < Back , or Cancel . Cancel Button The Cancel button will cancel out any changes you are currently making without saving them into memory . When you select the Cancel button , the NetCom - mand TM Setup will prompt you to con rrn that you want to cancel the changes you are currently making . If you have selected Cancel during the Initial Setup , you can select Initial from the Edit Setup menu to go through Initial Setup again .
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Part I1 : Installation The NetCommand TM Setup : Setup Screens When you rst turnon your rewMi tsubi shi TV , the Initial Setup Screens will appear . You will need to navigate through these screens and properly setup the equipment connected to the TV in order to use NetCom - mand . Language Screen Figure 1 The Language Screen is the rst screen displayed . You will need to select the lan - guage that you would like to use . When you change your selection from English to Spanish , all setup screens and menus will be displayed in Spanish . Figure 1 . Setup - Language menu . Con gJr at ion Sc r een Fig u re 2 The Con _ r _ t i m Sc r een allevs you t o select which of the six con gJr _ t ims pr e vided with this book you will use when con - necting your equipmernt . You will need to choose the con gJr _ t im t Pat iscl ( $ est to your current home theater setup . If you use one of the six pre - con gJr ed set Lps , tpa Net - Command TM Setup will automatically set the Figure 2 . Con gJr _ tie7rre nu . devices with default inputs , names and A / V settings matching the selected con _ r _ t im . All you will need to supply is the manufac - turer and model of your devices . You can laadtedr needwit , ddeevliectees . or rename each device or Of course , the NetCommand TM Setup allows you to create a custom con _ r _ t im i fy : ) u would like . If you choose not to use NetCom - mand , the NetCommand TM Setup will disap - pear and you will be able to use the TV in a similar method as traditional TVs .
Part I1 : Installation The NetCommand TM Setup : Setup Screens A / V Receiver Screen Figure 1 The A / V Receiver Screen allows you to select the manufacturer and model you are currently using . When you select a device , you will see the video of the device on - screen and hear the audio from the device through your A / V Receiver . When " None " is selected for the Manufacturer , you will hear sound through th TV speakers only . When Figure 1 . A / V Receiver menu . " Other " is selected for the Manufacturer , no input or volume control is available . When " Other " is selected for the Model , some con - trol may be available . Cable Box Screen Figure 2 The Cable Box Screen allows you to select the manufacturer and model of the cable box that you are currently using . For the Manufacturer , select " None " if you don't Figure 2 . Cable box menu . have the device . If " Other " is selected for the Manufacturer , then NetCommand TM can not control the device ( use the layer switch on the remote or use the remote for the device ) . If you have a listed Manufacturer , but not the model , then selecting " Other " for the model may allow device control . VCR & VCR2 Screens Figure 3 & 4 The VCR & VCR2 Screens allows you to select the manufacturer and model of the Figure 3 . VCR menu . VCR or second VCR ( if applicable ) that you are currently using . For the Manufacturer , select " None " if you don't have the device . If " Other " is selected for the Manufacturer , then NetCommand TM can not control the device ( use the layer switch on the remote or use the remote for the device ) . If you have a listed Manufacturer , but not the model , then selecting " Other " for the model may allow device control . Figure 4 . VCR2 menu .
Part I1 : Installation The NetCommand TM Setup : Setup Screens DBS Screen Figure 1 The DBS ( Digital Broadcast Satellite ) Screen allows you to select the manufacturer and model of the satellite system that you are currently using . For the Manufacturer , select " None " if you don't have the device . If " Other " is selected for the Manufacturer , then Net - Command TM can not control the device ( use Figure 1 . DBS menu . the layer switch on the remote or use the remote for the device ) . If you have a listed Manufacturer , but not the model , then select - ing " Other " for the model may allow device control . DVD Screen Figure 2 The DVD Screen allows you to select the manufacturer and model of the DVD Player that you are currently using . For the Manu - facturer , select " None " if you don't have the device . If " Other " is selected for the Manu - facturer , then NetCommand TM can not con - trol the device ( use the layer switch on the Figure 2 . DVD menu . remote or use the remote for the device ) . If you have a listed Manufacturer , but not the model , then selecting " Other " for the model may allow device control . Camcorder Screen Figure 3 The Camcorder Screen allows to indicate whether or not you have a camcorder con - nected to the TV , or would like to reserve an input for your camcorder . Though your Camcorder cannot be controlled by NetCom - mand , you can still switch to the Camcorder Figure 3 . Camcorder menu . input when you would like to view your cam - corder .
Part I1 : Installation The NetCommand TM Setup : Setup Screens Review Screen Figure 1 Once you have ri shedt l - e set Lpscreens and selected the manufacturer and model for each device , you will see the Review Screen . It is important to keep in mind that you are reviewing the settings that are about to be made , so you can still navigate back through the NetCommand TM Setup screens Figure 1 . Review menu . to make changes . If you select Next > , all selections made are ral iz _ d . While viewing the Review Screen , adding or removing checks from the checkboxes on the left will turn devices ( or inputs ) on or off . Finish Screen Figure 2 The Finish Screen is displayed and all selec - tions have been ral iz _ d . _ 1 _ t 5 rbsht o end Setup . If you wish to change any of the precon gpr ed i rput sor rarre s f o tPe devices , select the Edit button . You may still need to memorize the available channels for Figure 2 . Finish menu . Ant - A , Ant - B and Ant - DTV by going to the Main menu and selecting antenna .
Part I1 : Installation The NetCommand TM Setup : Edit Setup Screens Bearing in mind that your home theater system will continually change as you add and remove components , Mitsubishi's Net - Command also offers ease of use when it comes to editing your home theater con gp - ration . Edit Setup Screen Figure 1 When you need to make a change to your current setup , the Edit Setup Screen makes it easy . Possible choices , although not always available , are Add , Change , Delete , Review , or Initial . Figure 1 . Edit Setup menu . Add Figure 2 When you select Add from the Edit Screen , you will see the New Device Screen . Select the Device Type that you would like to add . Next , you will name the device and select the inputs for the TV and A / V Receiver . Change Figure 3 Figure 2 . New Device menu . When you select Change from the Edit Screen , the Change Screen appears . You will need to select the device that you would like to change by device name . Use this to change the name or input connections to the TV and A / V Receiver for a device added through Initial Setup . Figure 3 . Change menu .
Part I1 : Installation The NetCommand TM Setup : Edit Screens Delete Figure 1 When you select Delete from the Edit Screen , you will see the Delete Screen . You can choose to delete just a single device by selecting the device you would like to delete , or you can delete the entire NetCommand TM Setup con gJr _ t ira . A _ te " y : ) u have chosen Figure 1 . Delete menu . the device , or the entire con gJr _ t ira , tl - e NetCommand TM Setup will prompt you to con my our choi _ t odel e e If y : ) u select Entire Con gJr _ t ira , tl - e I ri ti _ huttan becomes available on the Edit Setup screen . Review Figure 2 When you select Review from the Edit Screen , you will see the Review Screen . This is the same Review Screen from the Initial Setup . Figure 2 . Review menu . Initial If , for any reason , you cancelled out of the Initial Setup before completion or if you deleted the entire con gJr _ t ira , _ 1 _ t i _ I ri - tial from the Edit Screen allows you to go through Intial Setup again , starting with the Con gJr _ t im screen . ( See page 28 ) .
Part I1 : Installation The NetCommand TM Setup : Edit Screens Name Figure 1 The Name screen allows you to change the default name for each device to a custom name of up to eight characters , selecting from letters , numbers , and nine different characters . Use A â€¢ to select each letter , then press ENTER to move to the next letter position . Press CANCEL to delete the current letter and move back one letter posi - Figure 1 . Name menu . tion . When in the rs [ pcsi tim , tPeCANCEL button will return the name to the original default name . Connection Figure 2 The Connection screen allows you to change the connections to the TV inputs and A / V Receiver inputs , and select if audio , video or both are connected to the inputs . Figure 2 uses a cable box as an example . Check the " RF " box if you send the output of your cable box to the TV on channel 3 , 4 , or 5 . Then select the antenna and the device name for the VCR connected to the Figure 2 . Connection menu . cable box . Uncheck the " RF " box if you send the audio and video to your TV and A / V Receiver using audio and video cables . When connecting other devices , the " RF " box is not displayed . If " RF " is unchecked , or for any other device , select the inputs on the TV and A / V Receiver connected to the device . Then check the " Video " and / or " Audio " boxes that match your connections . Channel Figure 3 If the device being connected is a cable box and the " RF " box ( on the previous screen ) is checked , the Channel screen allows you to select the channel number that is used for Figure 3 . Channel menu . output by your cable box when the cable box is connected through Ant - A or Ant - B .
Part I1 : Installation The NetCommand TM Setup : Edit Screens Monitor Out to AVR ( or VCR ) Figure 1 This connection allows recording of signals from the TV monitor through the A / V Receiver ( if connected ) to an analog VCR . This screen is shown only if an A / V Receiver is the device being added or edited . If there is no A / V Receiver and VCR is being added Figure 1 . Monitor Out to AVR menu . or edited then the screen is called Monitor Out to VCR . The Monitor Out to AVR ( or VCR ) screen allows you to con rrrt Pe con - nection from monitor out of the TV to the A / V Receiver ( or VCR ) inputs shown . AVR to VCR Connection Figure 2 This screen is displayed only if a VCR is the device for editing and an A / V Reciever is connected . This allows recording from devices only accessible from the TV , such as Ant - DTV and IEEE 1394 . The AVR to VCR Connection screen allows you to con - Figure 2 . AVR to VCR Connection menu . rrrt Pe connect im f ront PeA / VRe cei _ er to a VCR . This connection allows recording of signals from the TV monitor through the A / V Receiver to analog VCR . Input - DTV Connection Figure 3 This screen is displayed only if the device selected in the Connection screen is con - nected to Input - DTV . The Input - DTV Con - nection screen allows you to select which connection type you are using to connect your cable box , DBS , or HDTV Receiver Figure 3 . Input - DTV Connection menu . when connected through Input - DTV .
Part II1 : Setup 3D Graphical lmP0l Â° llMl enu System Your TV has a special control system called NetCommand TM that will control IEEE 1394 devices and selected older devices . For instructions on operating these control features , see the NetCommand TM guide . Your TV also has Mitsubishi's exclusive 3D Graphical I _ Â® on - screen operating system , which provides on - screen informa - tion for menu choices and changes ( Figure 1 ) . Figure 1 . Main Menu : The Main Menu screen will always A picture ( icon ) will be highlighted be the rst _ re _ n t hat _ ppear sv _ en you press t ha when selected with the ADJUST MENU button . arrows . When selected , the appro - priate menu will appear . You may then make changes within the menu or access sub - menus , if available . You may also access submenus from a button . Sometimes a selection of the button will start an automatic function . The I _ IJW _ II Â® IIsystem includes the following special features : [ ] The currently selected icon or button is high - lighted 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 exam - ple , the " Timer " can be set and turned " on " only after " Set Time " and " Set Day " have been set in the " Clock " menu . m The following buttons on your remote control will help you to navigate within the I _ l _ 0llll Â® m system ( Figure 2 ) : [ ] ADJUST < or â€¢ to select the menu item you want to change . [ ] ADJUST â€¢ or V to change the settings . [ ] ENTER to enter into a menu , start an auto - matic function , or select a checkbox . El ] CANCEL to clear a setting , or stop an auto - matic function . Im MENU to move back one menu screen at a time . Figure 2 . These buttons are used for navigation within ! 1 HOME to exit all menus and return to TV the I _ Mm Â® on - screen operating system . viewing .
Part II1 : Setup Device Selection Menu When you press the DEVICE button on your Destination Display remote control , the Device Selection Menu The TV icon is always the destination for will appear . The Device Selection Menu the currently selected device . As you move allows you to select the device for viewing , the highlight in the video section to different select audio from the TV speakers or the devices , new icons may appear which are A / V Receiver , power devices on or off , verify the destinations of recordings or peer - to - the destination of signals , or cancel record - peer connections for the highlighted video ings and peer - to - peer connections . device . Selecting Audio Output Selecting Devices When a NetCommand compatible legacy IR When the Device Selection Menu is dis - controlled A / V Receiver , or HAVi ampli e has played , the device you are currently viewing been connected to the TV and added by the will show a gold - colored icon . To select NetCommand Setup , an icon for this device another device , use the ADJUST button will appear in the audio section . Use the to move the yellow highlight among the AUDIO button to change navigation to the devices . Press ENTER to select the device audio section . Then use the arrow buttons you would like to view and hear . Then the to select the TV speakers icon or the A / V TV and A / V Receiver inputs are automati - Receiver icon . Press ENTER to change the cally changed . audio selection . Use the VIDEO button to return navigation to the video section . Power On / Off of Selected Device When the Device Selection Menu is dis - Cancel Recordings or Peer - to - Peer played , you can turn on or off the power Connections of the highlighted ( yellow outline ) device by pressing the POWER button on the remote If the destination shows that a recording control . If the POWER button is pressed or peer - to - peer connection is active for the when the Device Selection Menu is not dis - highlighted source , press CANCEL to stop played , the TV will be powered on or off . the recording or end the peer - to - peer con - nection . Destination Section Audio Section Video Section1 Figure 1 . Device Selection menu .
Part II1 : Setup PIP Selection Menu Destination Section PIP Video Section Figure 2 . PiP Selection menu . ii ; i ! ! i ! ii _ i Â¸ _ Â¸ ; Â¸ i Â¸ ! Â¸ iii Â¸ i _ Â¸ ! i Â¸ il _ Â¸ i : Â¸ ii Â¸ _ i Â¸ _ ii ! ! iiii ! i _ i ! i Selecting Device for PIP ( Figure 2 ) When the PIP DEVICE button on the remote control is pressed , the PIP Selection Menu displays . The PIP Selection Menu is similar to the Device Selection Menu except the source for the sub picture is selected and the audio display and selection are not sup - _ i ! _ i _ i _ i _ I i _ i ! i _ i _ i _ ! _ ii ! _ ! _ ! _ i ! ! _ i _ ! _ ii _ i _ i ! _ i _ ! _ ! i ! _ ! _ ! _ ! _ ! _ ! _ i ! _ ii ! i _ i _ ! ! ! iiii _ ii ! ported .
Part II1 : Setup Menu Screens ( Overview ) Setup Menu ( Figure 1 ) You can add , change , review or delete device settings , change the order of icons displayed on the Device Selection Menu , W select convergence adjustment , turn on or off the transport menu , and select English or Spanish as the language for the menus and on - screen displays . Figure 1 . Setup menu Antenna Menu ! ii I ( Figure 2 ) Use to memorize locally available channels for Ant - A , Ant - B and Ant - DTV , manually add or delete channels from memory , name channels for Ant - A and Ant - B , or add your favorite channels to a SQV ( Super Quick View rM ) list . i ! i Figure 2 . Antenna menu Clock Menu ( Figure 3 ) Manually set the time for the TV , or select Auto and the TV will automatically set the time based upon Extended Data Service ( XDS ) time data . This time data is usually broadcast by your local PBS station . Figure 3 . Clock menu ( Auto )
Part II1 : Setup Menu Screens ( Overview ) Captions Menu ( Figure 1 ) Display closed captions or text , choose black or gray as the background color for the closed caption area , and turn on or off the Digital Channel guide . ! Figure 1 . Captions menu V - Chip Lock Menu ( Figure 2 ) Block or allow programing based upon rating signals sent by the broadcast station , lock by time , or enable or disable the front panel buttons . Figure 2 . V - Chip Lock menu ii ! ! ! iiiii _ ! ilil i ! i iii Timer Menu ( Figure 3 ) Set your TV to tune to a pre - selected device and channel and turn on if the TV is off . Audio / Video Menu ( Figure 4 ) Figure 3 . Timer menu A / V Memory Reset allows you to return A / V settings to the original factory settings for the selected device . Or use A / V Reset on the front panel to reset all devices at one time . You can also adjust some or all of the A / V settings , display a blue screen when viewing a device with no signal , choose to enhance the darker parts of bright pictures or turn speakers on or off . Figure 4 . Audio / Video menu
Part II1 : Setup Setup Menu : Edit Setup and Icon Position Edit Setup Button ( Figure 1 ) The Edit Setup button displays the Edit Setup Menu ( refer to Page 32 ) . Edit Setup provides the following options : [ ] ADD - Addition of new devices . CHANGE - Change or edit devices , both older traditional devices and 1394 devices . DELETE - Delete a single device or Figure 1 . Setup menu delete the entire setup con gJr _ 1ira . REVIEW - Review all devices connected to the TV , including 1394 devices and turn devices and unused inputs on and off . INITIAL - Allows initial setup , in the event setup has never been completed or if the entire con gJr _ 1im was del _ ed . Icon Position Button ( Figure 2 ) Icon Position allows you to arrange the device icon order on the Device Selection Menu to your preferred sequence to make the operation of the TV easier . Use ADJUST â€¢ , v , < , or I _ to highlight the icon to be moved and then press ENTER to Figure 2 . Icon Position menu select the icon . Use ADJUST â€¢ , v , < , or I _ to move the icon to the desired position and then press ENTER to secure the icon in the new position .
Part II1 : Setup p Menu : Convergence Convergence ( Figure 1 ) Your Mitsubishi TV has three picture tubes which need to be aligned to properly con - verge the projected light beams on the screen . Each picture tube projects a single Â¸ iiiiiili color of red , blue or green . During produc - tion , your TV was carefully adjusted to prop - erly align these colors . However , moving the TV , or the TV's location in relation to the Earth's magnetic poles , or the passage Figure 1 . Setup menu , ( Convergence selected ) of time can cause these adjustments to change . As a special feature , you have the ability to adjust the red and blue light beams in reference to the _ gr een I i _ t beam . This process is called convergence adjustment . Since the memory for the con - vergence is separate for 480i / 480p and for HD 1080i signals , you may need to adjust the convergence while watching each of these types of signals . Reset Factory Defaults ( Figure 1 ) This allows you to reset the convergence to the original factory settings . The mes - sage " Convergence reset completed " will be displayed when the factory defaults have been restored . Convergence Screen ( Figure 2 ) When the Red and Blue crosshairs are prop - erly converged , the center - screen crosshairs will appear white . You can use A , V , < , or â€¢ to move the Red and Blue crosshairs . Press VIDEO to switch between Red and Blue . Press AUDIO for the Advanced Con - vergence screen , and see Advanced Conver - Figure 2 . Convergence screen gence , page 45 , for instructions .
Part II1 " Setup Setup Menu : Advanced Convergence , Transport Menu , and Language Advanced Convergence ( Figure 1 ) After adjusting the Red Convergence and Blue Convergence , you can re - tLne your TV by adjusting the Red and Blue conver - gence at 64 individual points . Move the ashi _ br acket toa posi tim needi _ adj _ $ t - ment by pressing A , _ ' , 4 , or I , . Press ENTER to select the position ( a ; hi _ wi II Figure 1 . Advanced Convergence screen stop ) . Move the Red or Blue line by press - ing A , ' v ' , 4 , or I _ . Press VIDEO to switch between the Red and Blue lines . A position is properly converged when all three lines combine to appear white . Press ENTER to deselect the position ( ashi will resume ) , and move the brackets to the next position needing adjustment . When completed , press MENU or HOME to save your changes , and exit the Advanced Con - vergence screen . Press INFO for detailed instructions and then press INFO or menu to return to the convergence screen . Transport Menu ( Figure 2 ) The Transport Menu is used by NetCom - mand TM to control VCRs , DVDs , IEEE 1394 AV Disc , digital VCRs , and similar devices . This menu can be turned off if you would rather not have it displayed . The transport buttons on the remote control will continue Figure 2 . Setup menu ( Transport menu selected ) to operate . See the NetCommand Guide for further details . Language ( Figure 2 ) Display the on - screen menus in either English or Spanish ( EspaSol ) . The rst time your TV was powered on , you were requested to select an on - screen menu lan - guage . When the radio button setting is changed , the screen language changes con - currently .
Part II1 : Setup Lenna Menu : Antenna , Memorize Channels , Channel , Memory , and Name Antenna ( Figure 1 ) Select Ant - A , Ant - B , or Ant - DTV . For each antenna , you can memorize , add or delete channels in memory and add channels to the SQV ( Super Quick View TM ) list . For Ant - A and Ant - B , you can name channels . Memorize Channels Figure 1 . Antenna menu ( Figure 1 ) First select either air or cable ( if direct cable Memory to TV is used ) , then press ENTER . This ( Figure 1 ) selection will allow you to memorize the After the available channels have been mem - channels your TV can receive in your orized with Memorize Channels , weaker area . You can stop memorization at any channels viewed with Ant - A or Ant - B can be time by pressing CANCEL . Channels mem - added . Unwanted channels for Ant - A , Ant - B , orized prior to pressing CANCEL will stay or Ant - DTV can also be deleted . in memory . After channels are memorized , Use the CHANNEL button on the remote you may select memorized channels in control to see the channels in memory . ascending or descending order by pressing the CHANNEL button on the remote control . Use Adjust A or â€¢ to select Added or If memorizing Cable for Ant - DTV a pop up Deleted for the channel shown in the " Chan - selection for the cable type of Standard , nel " option box . HRC or IRC is displayed . Use ADJUST A or â€¢ to select the type , then press ENTER Name to begin memorization . If you do not know ( Figure 1 ) the type for your cable , contact your cable Channels shown on Ant - A or Ant - B can be company . named ( up to four characters ) . After you enter a name , it will appear on the TV Channel screen , next to the channel number . ( Figure 1 ) Use Adjust A or â€¢ to select each letter Select the channel you want to add or delete then press ENTER to move to the next letter from memory , name , or add to the SQV position . Press CANCEL to move back one Super Quick View TM list . position . Pressing CANCEL while in the rst position will cancel the entire name . The Use ADJUST â€¢ or â€¢ to select the channel possible letters / characters are A - Z , 0 - 9 , and for editing or use CHANNEL button for only the following characters : ! . & ' / : * - and those channels already in memory . blank .
Part II1 : Setup Antenna Menu : Super Quick View TM ( SQV TM ) SQV ( Super Quick View TM ) Using The Remote Control Viewing and changing SQV banks using the remote control : [ ] Press the SQV button . Figure 1 . Antenna Menu [ ] To change memory banks , press a number button within 5 seconds of SQV ( Super Quick View TM ) pressing the SQV button . Using The Menu Screen [ ] Press the SQV button repeatedly to ( Figure 1 ) cycle through the channels available in SQV ( Super Quick View TM ) allows you to put that bank . together a list of your favorite channels from Adding SQV channels using the remote con - Ant - A , Ant - B and Ant - DTV . You can store trol : channels in each of the 9 different memory [ ] Use the CHANNEL or number buttons banks . Also , you can store the same channel to select the channel you want to add to in multiple memory banks . Once you have the current SQV memory bank . added a channel to the SQV memory , when [ ] Press and hold the SQV button for tuned to the channel " SQV " ( and the memory about 2 seconds . When " SQV " and the bank number ) will appear under the channel memory bank number appear under the number on the TV screen . channel number , the channel has suc - [ ] Select the channel using the " Channel " cessfully been added . option box or CHANNEL button . Removing SQV channels using the remote [ ] Use â€¢ â€¢ ' q or I _ to select the SQV control : Memory Bank . [ ] Press the SQV button repeatedly until ! _ ! Press ENTER to check mark the you see the desired channel . memory bank . [ ] While the channel number and SQV m Repeat for additional channels or banks . indicator ( with correct bank number ) are Removing SQV Channels still displayed on the screen , press the = ! 1 Highlight the check marked box . CANCEL button . If the CANCEL button I _ 1 Press ENTER to remove the check mark . is not pressed before the SQV indicator disappears automatically , the channel will not be removed . [ ] When the SQV indicator disappears , the channel has successfully been removed only for that bank . Other banks remain unchanged .
Part II1 : Setup Menu : Auto or Manual Clock Setting Clock Setting ( Auto ) ( Figure 1 ) The Clock Setting of Auto will automatically set the day and time using Extended Data Service ( XDS ) time data . This data is auto - matically retrieved from a PBS channel or other channel carrying this service when received on Ant - A or Ant - B . Figure 1 . Clock Menu ( Auto ) Time Zone ( Figure 1 ) When Auto has been selected for the Clock Daylight Savings Time ( Figure 1 ) Setting , you need to select the correct time zone . Use ADJUST â€¢ or â€¢ to select the When Auto has been selected for the Clock time zone ( Atlantic , Eastern , Central , Moun - Setting , you need to select the Daylight Sav - tain , Paci q Alaska , or Ha _ ai i ) far yoJ r area . ings Time ( DST ) option that your state uses . Then use ADJUST I * to move to the Daylight Use Adjust â€¢ or â€¢ to select Applies if Savings Time option . your state uses DST , or Ignore if your state or area does not use DST . The clock time and day will be set automatically after tuning Clock Setting ( Manual ) to a channel carrying the Extended Data ( Figure 2 ) Service ( XDS ) time data ( usually your local For the manual clock setting , select the cur - PBS channel ) . rent time , including AM or PM and the day . Set Time ( Figure 2 ) When manual has been selected for the clock setting , you need to set the time . Press â€¢ or â€¢ to slowly adjust the time . Press and hold â€¢ or â€¢ to quickly adjust the time . Then use I * to move to the " Set Day " option . Set Day ( Figure 2 ) When Manual has been selected for the Clock Setting , you need to select the current Figure 2 . Clock Menu ( Manual ) day of the week . Use â€¢ â€¢ to select the correct day .
Part II1 " Setup Captions Menu : Closed Captions Closed Captions ( Figure 1 ) The TV can display one of the following : [ ] CC1 , CC2 , CC3 , or CC4 ( Standard closed captioning signals ) . Text1 , Text2 , Text3 , or Text4 ( Text closed captioning signals ) . On if mute . Closed captions when mute . Figure 1 . Captions menu iii _ i _ ii ! _ i ! ii ! i _ i _ i ! i _ ! iii ! iii ! i ! iilj _ ! When selected , the standard closed cap - Captions Menu tioning signal ( CC1 ) will turn on / off by press - ( Figure 1 ) ing the MUTE button on the TV remote control . Broadcasters can send either Standard or Off . No closed captions . Text closed captioning . Standard closed captioning follows the dialogue of the char - CC Background acters on - screen and displays in a small sec - ( Figure 1 ) tion of the screen . Text closed captioning To make the closed captions easier to read , often contains information such as weather you can choose to display the background or news and covers a large portion of the color as either black or gray . on - screen program . Your TV can decode four different standard and four different text Digital Channel Guide closed captioning signals from each TV sta - ( Figure 1 ) tion . However , each TV station may broad - Select ON to display the Digital Channel cast only one or two closed captioning Guide automatically for the following signals , or none at all . devices : Within the Captions menu , you can turn on LmJAnt - DTV or off the closed caption decoder , select the digital recorders type of captions or text , choose black or 1394 cable box gray as the background color for the closed ( See NetCommand Guide ) caption area , or select the Digital Channel Guide .
Part II1 : Setup p Lock Menu : Passcode ( Figures 1 ) The rst tire you sel _ t V ( _ i pLock f ron the MAIN menu , or after you have canceled your passcode you will see the screen Figure 1 . V - Chip Entry Screen shown in gJrel . Ate " _ tti _ a passcode , the next time you select V - Chip Lock from the MAIN menu , you will see " a new " replaced by " your . " Use the number buttons on the remote control to input a four - digit passcode , then press ENTER . You can delete a number and move back one space by pressing CANCEL . You can exit without inputting a passcode by pressing MENU or HOME . Figure 2 . V - Chip Blocked Channel passcode screen Passcode Screen ( Figure 2 ) To view a V - Chip blocked program or to watch the program during a scheduled lock time , you must enter your 4 - digit passcode or change the channel to an unlocked pro - gram . Once you have entered the passcode , the V - Chip block or Lock by Time will remain released until the TV is powered off and then on again . Figure 3 . V - Chip menu V - Chip ( Figure 3 ) V - Chip Start Time and V - Chip Stop V - Chip allows you to Block or Allow pro - Time grams based upon rating signals sent by the ( Figure 2 ) broadcasting station . The TV comes from Select the times you would like the V - Chip to the factory with the V - Chip in the Off setting . be Active . By setting the V - Chip Start Time You can turn the V - Chip on within the V - Chip and V - Chip Stop Time to the same time , the Menu or you can use the V - CHIP button V - Chip will be active 24 hours a day . on the remote control to conveniently turn Press â€¢ or â€¢ to slowly adjust the time . the V - Chip on or off . The factory preset is Press and hold â€¢ or â€¢ to quickly adjust the TV - PG for TV ratings or PG for movie ratings , time . allowing only programs rated TV - PG / PG or lower . You can change the blocking level to various TV ratings and lettered categories or movie ratings . After changing channels or devices , there may be up to a 5 second delay before the V - Chip lock takes effect .
Part II1 " Setup V - Chip Lock Menu : V - Chip V - Chip Signal Information When provided by the broadcaster , V - Chip ratings can be used to control which programs can be viewed or will be blocked . When V - Chip ratings are sent , you will see the ratings when you change the channel or when you press the INFO button on the remote control . The V - Chip ratings information can be divided into two classi ( at ires , Tv'Rat irgs t tat ircl ude ( 3ont ant ( _ t egor ies and Movie Ratings . These are explained below . TV Ratings : Used with TV programs and made for TV movies . TV - Y Youth , designed for children under the age of 7 . TV - Y7 Youth , 7 years old and older . Designed for children 7 years old and older . TV - G General Audience . Designed for the entire family to view . TV - PG Parental Guidence . Parental Guidence is recommended , may not be suitable for some children . TV - 14 Adolescent 14 years old and older . Not recommended for children under the age of 14 . TV - MA Mature Audience . Recommend for adults only . Content Categories : Used in association with the TV ratings above . FV Fantasy Violence - applies to TV - Y7 only . D Sexual Dialog - applies in different degrees to TV - PG and TV - 14 . L Adult Language - applies in different degrees to TV - PG , TV - 14 , and TV - MA . S Sexual Situations - applies in different degrees to TV - PG , TV - 14 , and TV - MA . V Violence ( graphic or realistic ) - applies in different degrees to TV - PG , TV - 14 , and TV - MA TV Ratin _ FV D L S V TV - Y TV - Y7 X TV - G TV - PG X X X X TV - 14 X X X X TV - MA X X X Movie Ratings : Used with theater released movies and direct - to - video movies . G General Audience - Designed for the entire family to view . iiiiiiO ! ! ii ! iiii i PG Parental Guidence - Parental Guidence is recommended , may not be suitable for some children . PG - 13 Parental Guidence 13 years old and older - Not recommended for children under the age of 13 . R Restricted - Restricted in the theater to 17 years old and older unless accompanied by an adult . NC - 17 No Children - Restricted in a theater to 18 years old and older . X Adult - Designed for and restricted in the theater to adult audiences only . Programs Not Rated : Used for programs that are not rated like news , sports , weather , emergency bulletins , or movies such as those prior to or without MPAA Ratings . This does not include programs without V - Chip signals . When you select a TV or Movie rating , you are selecting the highest level of program that will be allowed to be viewed . As an example , if you select TV - PG , you are allowing programs rated TV - Y , TV - Y7 , TV - G and TV - PG to be seen and blocking programs rated TV - 14 and TV - MA . If you select a movie rating of PG - 13 , you are allowing movies rated G , PG and PG - 13 to be seen and blocking movies rated R , NC - 17 , and X . When you select a TV Content category , you will block all TV programs that have the same content category listing . As an example , if you select to block V ( Violence ) at the TV - 14 level , you will also block any program that has the V category listing at the TV - PG rating level .
Part II1 : Setup p Menu : Lock By Time and Front Button Lock Lock By Time ( Figure 1 ) LOCK BY TIME will allow you to lock the entire TV during speci chour s Use ADJUST , A , or v to select ON or OFF then use ADJUST â€¢ to move to the " Lock Time " option box . Figure 1 . Lock by Time menu Lock by Time , Lock Time , and Unlock Time ( Figure 1 ) Lock by Time locks the entire TV based upon the Lock Time and Unlock Time . You must input your 4 - digit passcode to use the TV when it is locked . By setting the Lock Time and Unlock Time to the same time , the Lock by Time will be active 24 hours a day . Use ADJUST < or â€¢ to select Lock by Time . Use ADJUST = , or v to select the time the lock will start . Then use ADJUST â€¢ to move to the Unlock Time option box . Use ADJUST A or v to select the time the lock will stop . Front Button Lock ( Figure 2 ) Front Button Lock lets you disable controls on the front panel to prevent young children Figure 2 . V - Chip Lock menu from changing settings by accident . Select ON to lock out the operations of the front panel button and select OFF to restore the operations of the front panel buttons . If the front panel buttons have been locked and you misplace the remote control , you can restore the function of the front panel buttons by pressing and holding the MENU button on the front panel for more than 8 seconds . If the TV is already on , a message will be displayed to con rrrt l - e r el e _ se of the Front Button Lock .
Part II1 " Setup Timer Menu : Setting The Timer Timer On / Off ( Figure 1 ) The timer can be turned On or Off . When On , you need to select the time to turn on , the day to turn on , the device and the chan - nel to display . At your preselected time , the timer will turn the TV on , and a message will be displayed , " Press a key for the TV to stay on " . Any button on the remote control must Figure 1 . Timer menu be pressed within 5 minutes , or the TV will turn itself off . The timer will automatically turn the TV on ( if it is off ) at the time you schedule and select . Set Time Select the hour and minute , including AM or PM , when the TV is to turn on . Press â€¢ or v to slowly adjust the time . Press and hold â€¢ or v to quickly adjust the time . Set Day Select the day or days that the TV will turn on automatically . Press ADJUST â€¢ or â€¢ to select Everyday , Mon - Fri ( Monday through Friday ) , or the individual days of the week . Device Press ADJUST â€¢ or â€¢ to select the device to use when the timer turns on the TV . If the TV is already on , the timer will turn the TV to this selected device . Channel When Ant - A , Ant - B , or Ant - DTV is the selected device , you may select any memo - rized channel . Press ADJUST â€¢ or â€¢ to select the channel the TV will tune to this channel in memory when the timer turns it on . This includes sub - channels for Ant - DTV .
Part II1 : Setup Settings Menu : A / V Memory Reset , Video Mute , Black Enhancement and Audio / Video Settings A / V Memory Reset A / V Memory Reset allows you to select the device which will have the A / V Settings returned to the original factory settings . To return a device's memory to the original fac - tory settings , select the device and then press ENTER . Figure 1 . Audio / Video menu Audio / Video Settings ( Figure 1 ) Each of the devices has its own A / V Video Mute memory . Select device in A / V Memory ( Figure 1 ) Reset then select Audio or Video to adjust the device's individual settings . Press Video Mute lets you display a blue back - ENTER , and the menu is removed and the ground when no signal is being received on individual settings are displayed . inputs 1 - 5 . See pages 56 and 57 for an explanation of Black Enhancement the possible A / V Settings . ( Figure 1 ) Use ADJUST â€¢ or â€¢ to select the individual The contrast in dark scenes is enhanced for settings to be adjusted . Use ADJUST < better picture quality . Brighter scenes will not be affected . or I _ to make the adjustment . For descrip - tions of the individual A / V settings see A / V Setting Descriptions , pages 56 - 57 . Using the AUDIO and VIDEO Buttons on the Remote Control ( Figure 2 ) H Press AUDIO or VIDEO to cycle through the available settings . [ ] Press < or I _ to adjust the setting . After 5 seconds of inactivity , the setting display will disappear . Figure 2 . The AUDIO , VIDEO , and ADJUST buttons .
Part II1 " Setup A / V Settings Menu : TV Speakers TV Speakers ( Figure 1 ) This selection will turn on or off the TV's internal speakers . You may select Off when sending the sound through a sepa - rate stereo system or surround sound A / V receiver . You may also turn on or turn off TV speakers by selecting the A / V Receiver icon from the Device Selection Menu . See Figure 1 . Audio / Video Settings menu the NetCommand TM Guide for further instruc - tions .
Part II1 : Setup IV Setting Descriptions : Audio Audio Settings â€¢ Mono : Reduces background noise , and Bass enhances or reduces low fre - should be used when receiving a weak quency sound . stereo audio signal . All audio will be played mono with this setting . Treble enhances or reduces high fre - quency sound . [ ] Listen to ( for Ant - DTV and IEEE 1394 devices ) Determines what possible lan - Balance adjusts the level of sound guage you will hear . Your choices are : between the left and right speakers . â€¢ English Surround creates simulated stereo and â€¢ French surround effects . Your choices are : â€¢ German â€¢ Off : No surround effects . Use this setting â€¢ Italian when using an A / V receiver with Dolby TM Pro â€¢ Portuguese Logic Surround , or Dolby TM Digital Surround . â€¢ Spanish â€¢ Surround Sound : Your TV will create a â€¢ Other simulated surround effect when watching a stereo program . â€¢ Simulated Stereo : Your TV will create a Listen to ( for devices connected to the simulated stereo effect when watching a non - TV INPUTS ) is not available . stereo program . Level Sound ( for Ant - A and Ant - B and Listen to ( for Ant - A and Ant - B ) deter - analog devices ) automatically equalizes mines how your TV will receive a broad - the volume level of programs containing cast audio signal and play back the signi ( ant level diffe " races fro - non e sound you hear . Your choices are : segment to another ( for example , regu - Stereo : Default setting . The TV will play lar programming to commercials ) . To stereo broadcasts in stereo and mono broad - i _ iiii ! ! i _ ! _ ' _ iii Â¸ iiiii _ ! iiiii ! ii ! , i _ i ! iiiiiii ! i ! iiii , _ _ i ii _ ii ! ! ii ! ii _ i ! iii _ _ ii ! ! iI ! Ci receive the best _ 1 itywi thmusi cpr o casts in mono . The word " Stereo " will be grams , you can turn this setting to Off . displayed when you tune to a channel broad - casting stereo . Level Sound ( for Ant - DTV and IEEE SAP ( Second Audio Program ) : Additional i i ii ! ii ! ii ii , > ii ! iii 1394 devices ) automatically reduces monaural soundtrack that you cannot hear ! i ! ii i ! i ! ! i , ii ii iill loud passages and boosts soft pas - during normal TV viewing . The SAP signal sages to a more uniform loudness . might be related to the program you are watching , such as a soundtrack in a foreign When connecting to an A / V Receiver , language , or unrelated to the program you set level sound to OFF and turn the are watching , such as a weather report . If speakers off to send full dynamics to the a SAP signal is broadcast , the letters " SAP " A / V Receiver . will be displayed when you tune to the chan - nel .
Part II1 : Setup A / V Setting Descriptions : Video Video Settings â‚¬ 3 Contrast provides a slider to adjust L " mVJideo Noise use reduction to reduce the white - to - black level . Low contrast minor noise ( graininess ) in the broad - cast received on Ant - A and Ant - B . Use shows a variety of shades in darker images , while high contrast shows standard with good quality signals . darker images more uniformly black and = 8 Image Type maximizes the original makes colors appear more vibrant . camera media : Video or Film . Video media uses a video camera and is cre - [ ] Brightness provides a slider to adjust the overall brightness of the picture . ated at 30 frames per second . Film media uses a In arre raand i screat ed Sharpness provides a slider to adjust at 24 frames per second . Examples of the detail and clarity . Video media are live TV broadcast such Color provides a slider to adjust the as news , special events , or video taped color intensity . programs . Examples of Inme di aar e motion pictures , made - for - TV movies , Tint provides a slider to adjust the pro - and many prime time programs . Filmed portion of red to green . media is converted by the broadcaster Color Temp ( Color Temperature ) allows or home video company to 30 frames you to adjust how white images are dis - per second to match TV or video stan - played . Your choices are : dards . This conversion can leave subtle â€¢ Low 6500K or Low ( for DTV ) : White images " picture artifacts " or conversion errors . will have a warm cast to them . This adjust - Setting the Image Type to Film can ment is an average and can vary due to reduce the picture artifacts and improve ambient room lighting , video scene bright - the picture quality , when viewing a ness and the TV's age . The Low 6500K movie from a 480i device such as a represents the 6500K industry standard for NTSC ( non - DTV ) pictures . VCR , standard DVD or antenna . â€¢ Medium : White images will be balanced between the Low ( warm ) and High ( cool ) settings . â€¢ High : White images will have a cool cast to them . This setting may provide the most realistic picture under bright lighting .
Part IV : Operation Control Functions : Overview m CANCEL / SUB : Clear SQV and some Overview menu entries . Add separator between ( Following page , _ rel ) major and minor Ant - DTV channels . [ ] Slide Switch : Select A / V product to be m DEVICE MENU : Display menus for devices connected to TV . See the Net - controlled by the remote control . Command TM Guide for details . [ ] Numbers : Individually select channels or enter information into TV menus . I ! _ HOME : Exit on - screen menus and return [ ] POWER : Turns power on and off for TV to TV viewing . and other A / V products . E INFO : Display on - screen summary of m SQV ( Super Quick View TM ) : Scan the current device used and any broad - through a memorized list of favorite cast information available ( including cur - channels . rent V - Chip information ) . DI QV ( Quick View TM ) : Switch to last chan - I _ 1 V - CHIP : Turns On or Off the V - Chip nel viewed . Lock . m GUIDE : Display program guide for sat - m FORMAT : Change the shape and size of ellite receiver , some cable boxes , or the main TV picture . DVD Disc Menu . Display Digital Chan - F _ PIP / POP : Cycle through PIP and POP nel Guide for Ant - DTV and other digital display choices . devices . Display Track List for AV Disc . F _ PIP DEVICE : Displays PIP Selection Menu to select the PIP or POP device bl SLEEP : Set the TV to turn off within 2 hours . See Sleep Timer , page 62 , for source . setup instructions . F _ PIP CH : Scroll up or down through memorized channels in PIP or POP . m VIDEO : Select the video settings . Im AUDIO : Select the audio settings . m REC / CONNECT : Record with your I ! _ MUTE : Turn sound on or off . VCR , setup recordings for VCR or m DEVICE : Displays the Device Selection 1394 devices , initiate 1394 peer - to - peer connections . See the NetCommand TM Menu to select the device to view ( Ant - A , Guide for details . Ant - B , Ant - DTV , devices connected to the TV's inputs , or IEEE 1394 devices ) . m STOP : Stop your VCR , DVD , or AV Disc . See the NetCommand TM Guide lira CHANNEL : Scroll up or down through memorized channels . for details . m VOLUME : Change sound level . Volume [ ] PAUSE : Pause your VCR , DVD , AV Disc , on - screen displays are separate for or freeze the PIP or POP image . See the NetCommand TM Guide for details . analog devices and digital devices . m ENTER / EXCH : Select a channel number F _ REW / REV : Rewind or reverse search or menu item . Exchange PIP or POP with your VCR , reverse scan with your DVD or AV Disc . See the NetCom - and main TV picture . I ! = MENU : Display ! _ IJ _ 0IIll Â® on - screen menu mand TM Guide for details . system . 1 _ , PLAY : Play your VCR , DVD , or AV Disc . See the NetCommand TM Guide m ADJUST : Navigate menus , change set - for details . tings , and move the PIP on - screen location . Also operates many NetCom - 181 FF / FWD : Fast forward or forward search mand TM functions . See the NetCom - with your VCR , fast play with your DVD . mand TM Guide for details . See the NetCommand TM [ ]
Part IV : Operation Remote Control Functions : Care and Operation Operation Installing the Batteries : ( Figure 2 ) [ ] Remove the remote control's back cover by gently pressing the ribbed tab in the direction of the arrow and sliding off the cover . [ ] Load the batteries , making sure the polarities ( + ) and ( - ) are correct . For Best Results from the Remote Con - trol : L " mBJe within 20 feet of the equipment . L " mDJo not press two or more buttons at the same time unless instructed to . [ ] Do not allow to get wet or become heated . Avoid dropping on hard surfaces . Do not use harsh chemicals to clean . Use only a soft , lightly moistened cloth . Do not mix new and old batteries . Figure 1 . The remote control functions . Do not heat , take apart , or throw batter - ies into re Use only AAA batteries . size AAA batl _ ries DG 0 Figure 2 . Instalfing the batteries .
Part IV : Operation Control Functions : Channel Selection and Sleep Timer Channel Selection For Ant - A or Ant - B Channels : Sleep Timer [ ] Enter three numbers ( for channel 2 , Setting the Sleep Timer : press 002 ) . [ ] Press SLEEP on the remote control . or _ A message indicating the length of time Press the channel number and ENTER the sleep timer is to be set for is dis - ( forchannel 2 , press 2 , then ENTER ) . played on the mVscreen . or _ Each press of SLEEP will increase Enterthe channel numberandwaitfour thetime displayed by30 minutes , until seconds . The TV will change automati - the maximum value of 120 minutes is cally , reached . ForAnt - DTV Channels [ ] After5 seconds of inactivity , the mes - ( When Ant - DTV isthe current device ) " sage will disappear . II ! 1 Entertwoorthree numbersforthe _ Press SCEEPtoviewthe remaining time major channel number . If three num - before the timer turns the TV off . bers are pressed , the separatoris Canceling the SleepTimer : automatically added and you may pro - ceed to step 2 . If two numbers are _ Press SLEEP to display the on - screen pressed , you mustadd the separator message . by pressing the SUB button on the _ Press SLEEP repeatedly until OFF is remote control , displayed . RI Entera 1 - digitsub - channel number _ After5 seconds of inactivity , the mes - sage box will disappear . andwaitfourseconds . Entera 1 - digit sub - channel number and press ENTER . Or enter 2 digits and the TV will automaticallyswitch channels . Remote Control Functions : Operation of PIP and POP Picture - In - Picture ( PIP ) and Picture - Outside - seconds of each other ) , the PIP / POP will Picture ( POP ) featuresallowyou toview cycle through thefollowing displayoptions . Programming in different ways . While watch - [ ] POP : side - by - side pictures ing the main screen , you can display pro - [ ] POP : three POPs grams from other channels and other inputs . [ ] POP : nine POPs You can display a single PIP , side - by - side m PIP : PIP pictures , three POPs , or nine POPs . DI PIP / POP : off Activating the PIP and POP Figures1 - 5 on following page TO turn PIP / POP off , wait at least 10 sec - onds , and press PIP / POP . The next time Press PIP / POP to activate the PIP / POP you activate PIP / POP , the last used PIP / option . With each press of the PIP / POP POP option will be displayed _ . button on the TV remote control ( within 3
Part IV : Operation Remote Control Functions : Operation of PIP and POP Changing PIP / POP Device Press PIP DEVICE to change the PIP or POP picture source device . A menu similar to the MAIN Device Selection Menu will be displayed . PICTURE Side - by - S ide Changing PIP / Side - by - Side Chan - nels Press PIP CH to scroll up and down through memorized channels on Ant - A and Ant - B . Exchanging Program Images Press ENTER / EXCH to exchange the main pic - POP 1 ture and the PIP / POP picture . Moving PIP Image MAIN POP 2 If no menus are on the screen , press ADJUST PICTURE A , v , 4 , or â€¢ to move the PIP display anywhere on the main screen . POP 3 Automatic POP Switching When automatic POP switching is active , the TV will cycle through memorized channels or strobe pictures from other A / V components in the POP POP 1 POP 2 POP 3 display . MAIN Selecting POP " Live " Image POP 4 POP 5 POP 6 PICTURE Press ADJUST A , v , 4 , or â€¢ then press ENTER to select a different POP " live " image ( automatic POP 7 POP 8 POP 9 POP switching must be paused ) . Freeze the PIP and Side - By - Side Picture , Pause POP Switching Ant - A 002 KCBS PIP A 017 Standard Press PAUSE to freeze the PIP and side - by - side Stereo SAP TV - PG DLSV images or pause POP switching . Press PAUSE SQV1 again to return to a " live " image or restart POP switching . PIP / POP Audio Signal For PIP / POP audio connection illustration , see Back Panel Functions - I _ 1 , page 13 . Volume for the PIP AUDIO OUTPUT is controlled by the ampli er or wi El _ s headphones . PIP / POP Combinations PIP Picture Component 1 & Input - DTV _ laln Picture Ant - . a Ant - B Inputs 1 - 5 2 ( 4801 only ) * * ( 4801 only ) * * Ant - D'rV IEEE t394 VC _ _ , nt - A Yes * N o Yes Yes Yes No N o N o 0 , nt.B Yes Yes * Yes Yes Yes No N o N o Inputs 1 - 5 Yes Yes Yes * Yes Yes No No No Component 1 & 2 ( 4801 only ) * * Yes Yes Yes Yes * Yes No No No Input - DTV ( 480i only ) * * Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes * No No No S , nt - DTV No No No No No No No No IEEE 1304 No No No No No No No No I / GA No No No No No No No No * Same channel for Ant - A and Ant - B or same input for other inputs not available for side - by - side . * ' 480p and 1080i signals are not compatible with PIP / POP .
Part IV : Operation Non - Anamorphic Picture ( 4 : 3 ) Anamorphic Widescreen Picture ( 16 : 9 ) [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] Zoom Stretched Format Narrow Standard Expand Input / ( gray side ( full screwer + ( vo _ ical ( 2,35 : 1 h0rizo + ital & ( full scre0r + Signal bais ) I # = e _ r ) expansion ) Vertical expatlsi0r 0 watergiaSS ) Arlt _ A OR OK O14 OK OK Arlt - B OK OK OK OK OK N / A _ / A A _ t , DTM ( 480i ] 480p 4 : 3 ) OK OK OK NIA NtA Ant - DTV ( 1080t1480p 16 : 9 ) NZA OK N / A Input - D [ V ( 480i ) OK . OK . OK OK OK N / A _ iA Input - DTV ( 480ip ) OK OK N / A N / A N _ A Input - DTV ( t 080i ) NiA OK NIA OK OK Inputs 1 - 5 OK OK OK OK OK Component It2 ( 480i ) OK OK OK N / A N / A Compo = lent 112 ( 480p ) OK OK NiA VGA NtA OK NfA NIA NIA N _ A N / A i 394 ( 480i / 480p 4 : 3 ) OK OK OK NIA NtA 1394 ( 1080i1480p t 6 : 9 ) NIA OK NlA
Part IV : Operation Remote Control Functions : Display Formats [ ] Standard : This is the full screen format . This is a wide screen TV ( also known as a 16 : 9 TV ) . This shape re e Â£ t st l - e new HDTV signals will automatically use this format . This format is also useful to dis - types of images available from HDTV and many DVDs . There are still many older style play Anamorphic DVDs that have 1.78 : 1 narrow screen images ( called 4 : 3 aspect or 1.85 : 1 aspect ratios . Anamorphic ratio ) you will encounter . While there will DVDs that have the 2.35 : 1 aspect ratio never be a perfect solution for displaying a will still display black bars at the top and narrow image on a wide screen , Mitsubishi bottom . Narrow ( 4 : 3 ) images will be offers several display formats to choose stretched evenly from side to side . from . [ ] Expand : This will enlarge the picture , Press FORMAT on the TV remote control to cropping off some of the image at the top and bottom . This is useful to reduce cycle through the available display formats . the letterbox top and bottom bars of non - anamorphic DVDs or to correct narrow ( 4 : 3 ) images that have been stretched in the Standard format . [ ] Zoom : This will enlarge the picture , crop - ping off some of the image at each side , and top and bottom . This is useful Not all formats are available for PIP / to remove or reduce the black top and POP . See the chart below . bottom bars on anamorphic DVDs with a 2.35 : 1 aspect ratio . Standard Expand Narrow PIP X X X Stretched : This format will stretch a El narrow ( 4 : 3 ) image across the screen , Side by Side X X however , there is less stretch in the center than the sides . This will allow POP X the entire narrow image to be displayed across the screen with less distortion than seen in the Standard format . la Narrow : This format will display narrow ( 4 : 3 ) images in their original shape , and add stationary gray side bars to II tl _ screen .
Part IV : Operation gramming the Remote Control to Control NetCommandTM Products To Program the Remote to Control NetCommand A / V Products : ( See NetCommand Supported Devices , page 16 , for the list of A / V products supported by the NetCom - POWER - DVD mand System . ) B [ ] Move the slide switch at the top of the remote to the TV layer . [ ] Press and hold the POWER button on the remote control . ITo reset to default code , enter 000 [ ] Enter the three digit code of 935 , and Figure 1 . Programming the remote to control your Net - then release the POWER button on the Command TM A / V devices . remote control . m The remote control is now programmed to send NetCommand TM signals to the TV so the TV can control the IEEE 1394 devices and selected older Net - Command TM supported IR devices . See the NetCommand TM guide for details .
Part IV : Operation Programming the Remote Control to Control Non - NetCommandTM AN Products To Program the Remote to Control POWER Other Brands of Audio and Video TV Products : [ / ! , _ . ( Figures 1 - 5 ) ii _ ii , _ ! iii ! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ! ! iii ! i ! i ! iiii ! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ! i _ ii ! iiii _ iiiiii _ ii _ ii _ i , iJiiiii Â£ ii _ iiiiiiiiii _ iiii _ i _ i @ iiiii _ ii : _ ! _ iiii _ ; iiii _ iiiii _ i ! _ _ _ ] ! iii ! i ! i ! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililiiii Satellite brand Code to enter : If your [ ] Move the slide switch at the top of satellite Mitsubishi DTV - DBS 006 receiver ( Echostar ) Dishnetworl _ 175 the remote to the product you want to code is not Hughes - DBS 173 control . listed here , RCA - DBS ! 76 please see 177 Sony - DBS [ ] Press and hold the POWER button on page 74 Toshiba - DBS 173 for a the remote control . Panasonic - DBS 174 complete listing . [ ] Enter the rst three di _ it caJe li _ ed for To reset to default code , enter 000 your equipment , and then release the Figure 2 . Programming the remote to control your satel - POWER button on the remote control . lite receiver . El Point the remote control at the equip - ment and press the POWER button . If the equipment responds , the remote control is properly programmed to oper - ate the equipment . If the equipment does not respond , repeat steps 2 - 4 with POWER the next three digit code listed in step 3 for your equipment . VCR brand Codetoenter : If your VCR Mitsubishi _ 001,002 POWER code is not rDVD Hitachi i020 , 043,065 TV AUDIO listed here , JVC i030 , 054 _ 059 please see i043 , 044,05 ! Phillips / Magnivox page 74 Panasonic i041 _ 042 , 043 for a RCA i020 , 053,065 complete Sony i048 , 049,050 listing . Cable box brand Code to enter : If your Toshiba _ 021,066 cable box General Instruments / 111,119 , 120 , t21 , 122 , To reset to default code , enter 000 code is not JerroldiMotorola 123 , 124 , 125 _ 126 , 127 listed here , Oak 102 , 137 , 139 Figure 3 . Programming the remote to control your VCR . please see Pioneer 101,116 page 74 Scientific Atlanta 111 112 , 113 for a Zenith 1i00 117 complete To reset to default code , enter 000 listing . Figure 1 . Programming the remote to control your cable box .
Part IV : Operation gramming the Remote Control to Control Non - NetCommandTM AN Products After entering the correct codes in each posi - tion of the remote control , use the slide switch to select which product will respond POWER when an operational button is pressed . If the TV position has not been programmed to control NetCommand TM and you enter a code from the A / V Receiver chart while the DVD / LDPbrand Codetoenter : If your slide switch is set to TV , the volume and / i _ ! i _ , i ! ! _ ii'iM , li , , , ittssuu ( bbLi , OsshhPi , ) _ O0O1006V31 , O7 _ OcoVdOeisoot mute functions change to match the A / V iii : i : i ! iiii ! iiii ! i ! iii ! ii ! iiiiiii ! i ! iEPi ! iio ! : n ! ie : iei ! ri : Piila ; in ! iaiiisi ! Â° ! n ! ( iLiici ! DD ! ! PV ) D 2502 ( 50216 , 017 ) piease'iStedhere'see receiver . This is useful when using an A / V page 74 Sony 254 , ora receiver with the TV all the time . In all Toshiba 253 complete other cases , only one of the below devices Toresettodefauitcode , enter000 listing . Figure4 . ProgrammingtheremotetocontrolyourDVD / is allowed for each slide switch position . LoP . TV position ( when the remote has not been programmed to operate NetCommand TM ) : _ ; _ TV A / V receiver ( volume and mute only ) Cable / DBS / DTV position : Cable box POWER - DW _ ii : ! i ! i ! 3i : ! @ : ! ! : i ! ! _ i _ : _ o ! v _ i _ ! ii ! ii ! iiiAi ! ! u ! : Di io K - _ Satellite receiver DTV receiver @ Q VCR position : Audio brand Codeto enter : If your L _ J VCR _ DVD LD Player audio Mitsubishi AiV receiver i 010 andiorCgplayer codeisnot DVD position " Denon 234,235,236 listedhere , Kenwood 200 , 208 please see _ J DVD LD Player i ! i ! , i _ iiiiii ! _ i _ iii _ , ! iJ ! iiiv ! _ io ! iiliiii _ iiiiiii ! ! i : i ! i ! _ , iii _ 2ii3ii2 , i ! 2 _ 3i ! 3 , ora Cable box L _ J VCR _ i page74 ii ! ! iii ! iii ! iii _ Oii ! nii ! k ! iy : ! oiiii : ! i _ i ! 2 _ 0i _ 9 ! _ ! _ 2i1 _ 4i ! ii ! ! ii ! ic _ oiimiiiip _ , ieiiitie ! _ Pioneer 205 , 207 listing . Audio position : Sony 222 A / V receiver L _ J Cable box i ! ! i TO reset to default code , enter 000 Yamaha 201,202 Mitsubishi CD player [ if youhavea MitsubishAi / V receiver , the audio position may be used in conjunction with i : i _ i ! i ! ! iiBF ! i _ iig6u3r _ e : Pihiir . ioi ! grar , , r , e , irnegrt , t , , otetocontro _ your / W selected Mitsubishi CD players . Your audio position must be receiver . programmed to 010 ] . _ iiiii ! ! i _ ! iiiii _ ! ! i ! i ! i ! ii _ ii ! iii ! ii : ! i _ ! ! iE _ i ! : ! i ! i ! ii ! : ! ii ! i iii _ ii ! iiiiii ! i21i ! ii ! ! i ! i ! : _ i !