Mitsubishi Electronics LT-40148 manual

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    For questio ns: • Visi t our website at w w w .mitsubis hi-tv .com. - E-mail us a t MDE A ser v[...]

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    For Y our Re co rd s Rec ord the mo del numbe r , serial nu mber , and purcha se date of your T V . [...]

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    Contents Imp or tant Infor mation A bout Y our T V Impor tant S afety I nstru ctions ...............[...]

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    4 Impo r t ant S afet y In st r uct io ns Please re ad the following safe guar ds for your T V a nd [...]

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    5 Ins tal lat ion Notes Wall Mount Requi rem ents For wall-mountin g, see “S tand Re moval, ” pa[...]

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    6 Pa ckag e C onte nt s Please t ake a moment to review the following list of items to ensur e that [...]

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    1 . T elevision Over view 7 DVD players, c able boxes, and sa tellite receiver s. Net- Comma nd ca n[...]

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    8 1 . T elevision Over view F ro nt -Pan el Ind icato rs S TAT U S • indicator . Of f dur ing n[...]

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    1 . T elevision Over view 9 T V Main Pane l HDMI VIDEO: 480i, 480p /720p 1080i /1080p AUDIO: PCM STE[...]

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    10 1. T elevision Over view T V Main Pane l, contin ued 8. H DMI™ Input s (High-Definition Multime[...]

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    1 . T elevision Over view 11 Stand Removal Stand- Removal Pr oce dur e: Disc onne ct the T V’ s AC[...]

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    12 T V S et -Up Get t ing S ta r te d Review the impor tant s afet y , in stall ation, and op er - 1[...]

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    2 . T V Setup 13 Addi tio nal T V Set up Review chapter 5, “T V Menu s, ” to customize T V 1 . o[...]

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    14 2 . T V Setup Init ial T V Setup Use the S etu p me nu for basi c T V se tup options. Press 1. ME[...]

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    2 . T V Setup 15 Settin g Up T V Inpu ts , cont inued Setup Pr oce dur e Pow er on th e T V . 1. Con[...]

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    16 2 . T V S et up Settin g Up T V Inpu ts , cont inued Con trolling A/V Receiv er Sound V olume Use[...]

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    2 . T V Setup 17 Abo ut Home - T heate r Cont rol S ystem s This su mmar y of fers s ome example s o[...]

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    18 2 . T V Setup Usin g the T V wit h a Per sona l Comput er Conn ect ing a Com put er to th e T V U[...]

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    2 . T V Setup 19 Tip Set the co mputer’ s sc reen s aver to display a patter n af ter several minu[...]

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    20 2 . T V S etup Usin g a CableCAR D 24 6 Ser ies T V s The Cab leCARD™ system allows y our T V t[...]

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    21 3 T V Connec t ions Auto Input S ensi ng The T V’ s Auto Input S ensing fe ature automatic ally[...]

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    22 3. T V Connections H D T V Cable Bo x or Sat ellite R eceiver , D VD Pla y er , or Oth er Device [...]

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    3 . T V Connections 23 D VI Video Device ( Cable Box, S atel l ite Receiv er , DVD Pl ay er , or Ot [...]

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    24 3 . T V Connections W all Out let Ca ble (n o cable bo x) (can b e u se d wit h a Cabl eCARD ™)[...]

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    3 . T V Connections 25 V C R t o a n A n t e n n a o r W all Out let Ca ble Requi red: T wo-way RF s[...]

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    26 3. T V Connections Conne ct ei ther an S -Video o r comp osite vide o 6 . cable f rom VI DEO OU T[...]

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    3 . T V Connections 27 A / V R ec e i v e r ( So un d S y s t e m ) U s i n g th e T V’s Audio Ou [...]

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    28 3. T V Connections A: Y Pb Pr Comp onent V id eo Con nec tio n Requir ed: Compo nent vide o and a[...]

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    29 T V Op erat ion and F e atu res 4 Choosin g a Viewin g Source Inpu t Sel ectio n me nu Choos e a [...]

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    30 4 . T V Oper ation and Fea tures 1 . POW ER : Switches T V power on an d of f . 2 . Sl id e S wi [...]

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    4 . T V O peration and Feat ur es 31 For d evic es o pe ra t in g in de pe nd e nt l y of NetCommand[...]

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    32 4. T V Ope ration and Feat ures Press the IN FO key t o see th e on-s cree n statu s display . Th[...]

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    4 . T V O peration and Feat ur es 33 Using Fav Channels Se e the curr ent Fav bank number Press IN F[...]

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    34 4. T V O peration and Feat ur es T V S ign als and Displa y Fo rmats Sig nal De fini tio ns 480i:[...]

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    4 . T V O peration and Feat ur es 35 Viewin g Camera F iles and Galle r yPlay er Images JPEG Images [...]

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    36 4. T V O peration and Feat ur es Med ia Setup Me nu Med ia S etup me nu In the Med ia Setup me nu[...]

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    37 5 T V Menus Remo te Con trol K eys for t he T V Menu Syst em 1 2 4 5 6 7 3 Key Function 1 MENU Di[...]

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    38 5 . T V Menus A V Men u An on -sc reen s lider dis plays when ma king so me audio and vid eo adju[...]

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    5 . T V Menus 39 A V Men u, cont inued A V Menu Options Global Vi de o Mu te On , O f f On : • [...]

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    40 5. T V M enus A V me nu, Vid eo optio ns Vi deo Me nu Mitsubi shi rec omme nds you as sign nam es[...]

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    5 . T V Menus 41 Vi deo Me nu, co nti nue d Video Menu Options SharpEdge (24 6 S er ie s T Vs) On , [...]

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    42 5 . T V Me nus Audio M enu T o make audio adj ustme nts: From t he A ud io m en u: • Press 1[...]

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    5 . T V Menus 43 Cap tions Men u Capt ions o n Ana log Cha nne ls The T V can d eco de captio ns fro[...]

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    44 5 . T V Menus Setup Menu Options Langu age English Spanis h Displ ay on-sc reen m enus in e ither[...]

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    5 . T V Menus 45 Setup Menu Options Edit Use the Edi t menu to edit c hanne l options whe n ANT 1 or[...]

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    46 5. T V M enus Set up Menu, con tin ued Clock Use eithe r the manu al or auto meth od to set the c[...]

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    5 . T V Menus 47 Set up Menu, con tinu ed Timer Use the Tim er to set a time for the T V to turn on [...]

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    48 5 . T V Menus Setup Menu Options Energy Energy Mode Fast Power O n Use the Ene rgy Mod e option t[...]

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    5 . T V Menus 49 Set up Menu, con tin ued Get t ing S ta r te d wit h Gal ler yPlayer Use the T V’[...]

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    50 5. T V Me nus Inpu ts Menu Inputs Menu Options Name Cab l e Box, Ca mc or de r , CD/ Aud io, DVD [...]

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    5 . T V Menus 51 T V lo cks available from the Loc k menu are: Parent Loc k by Ratings Restr ict ac [...]

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    52 5 . T V Menus Lock Menu, con tin ued Parent M enu O pt ions (U.S.-bas ed ra ti ng system) Option [...]

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    5 . T V Menus 53 Lock Menu, con tin ued Time Blocks a ll use of the T V during th e time per iod you[...]

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    54 6 NetC ommand IR C ontrol Note: T o learn about NetCommand for HDMI devices, see Appendix E and ?[...]

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    6 . NetCommand IR Control 55 IR Emitter Pla cement An IR e mit ter c ab le is in clud ed with th e T[...]

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    56 6. NetCommand IR Control T o pe r form thi s proce dure, you nee d: The re mote controls for b ot[...]

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    6 . NetCommand IR Control 57 Refer to this char t when “le arnin g” device keys. “Learn” som[...]

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    58 6 . N etCommand IR Control Key Name in Learning Screen Special Operation Description and Setup Ho[...]

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    6 . NetCommand IR Control 59 Key Name in Learning Screen Special Operation Description and Setup How[...]

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    60 6 . NetCommand IR Co ntrol Several t yp es of A / V rece iver control c an be s et up using the I[...]

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    6 . NetCommand IR Control 61 Settin g Up NetComm and Co ntrol o f an A/V Receiver , cont inued Per f[...]

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    62 6 . NetCommand IR Control Audio S witchi ng Setup 1 : Automatic A /V Rec eiver Switc hing to the [...]

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    6 . NetCommand IR Control 63 Settin g Up NetComm and Co ntrol o f an A/V Receiver , cont inued Audio[...]

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    64 6. NetCommand IR Control Settin g Up NetComm and Co ntrol o f an A/V Receiver , cont inued 1 3 4 [...]

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    6 . NetCommand IR Control 65 Settin g Up NetComm and Co ntrol o f an A/V Receiver , cont inued Press[...]

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    66 A ppendices Appendix A : Sp ecifications Inputs T ype Qty . Input Specifications HD MI (d i gi t[...]

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    Appendices 67 Byp ass ing t he Pare nta l Lock Af ter you set the loc k, you must us e your pas s co[...]

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    68 A ppendices This p age in ten tiona lly left blank[...]

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    Appendices 69 This ap pendi x explains p rogra mming the T V’ s rem ote control to ope rate other [...]

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    70 A ppendices I M P O R TA N T Y o u may n ee d to r ep ro gr am t h e re mot e co nt ro l af t er [...]

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    Appendices 71 Progra mmi ng Codes Appendix C: Programming t he Remo te C ont r ol, cont inu ed Audio[...]

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    72 A ppendices CD Players Make Code SAE 3 0 15 7 Sansui 30 1 5 7 , 30000 Sa nyo 301 79, 300 87 , 30 [...]

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    Appendices 73 Progra mmi ng Codes , cont in ued Appendix C: Programming t he Remo te C ont r ol, con[...]

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    74 Appendices Progra mmi ng Codes , cont in ued Appendix C: Programming t he Remo te C ont r ol, con[...]

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    Appendices 75 Progra mmi ng Codes , cont in ued Appendix C: Programming t he Remo te C ont r ol, con[...]

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    76 A ppendices Appendix D: T V Guide Daily (2 4 6 Series T V s) This ap pendi x explains the f ree T[...]

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    Appendices 77 Naviga ti ng th e Gui de T o navigate within the Guide, move the highlight through the[...]

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    78 Ap pendices 2. In the Setup S cree n, pres s to highlight “D isplay setup pro gres s” and pre[...]

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    Appendices 79 Procedure While in the G uide Lis tings, pre ss 1. MENU . This dis - plays the Setup S[...]

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    80 A ppendices Firs t turn on the devic e and all ow the power -on • sequ ence ( boot up) to co[...]

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    Appendices 81 not be co mpatible with CEC. Control th e device with it s own remote control o r use [...]

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    82 Appendices Resolvi ng CEC Confl ict s, Ch angi ng HDMI Conn ect ion s, Removing HD MI Devices Bec[...]

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    Appendices 83 Appendix F: T roubleshoo ting Reset Name When to Use How to Use Resulting Action Forma[...]

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    84 A ppendices Reset Name When to Use How to Use Resulting Action Loc k Me nu Pas s Cod e T o cha ng[...]

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    Appendices 85 T V C ha nn el s Sy mptom R em arks 1. The T V takes severa l sec onds to resp ond to [...]

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    86 Appendices Picture Sy mptom R em arks 1. Picture do es not lo ok like a high-de finition picture.[...]

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    Appendices 87 So un d (se e als o NetC omm and tr oub les hootin g for add ition al h el p with A/V [...]

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    88 Appe ndices Net Co mm an d IR C ont r ol Sy mptom R em arks 1. Cannot se e the me nu from the A /[...]

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    Appendices 89 Appendix F: T roubleshoo tin g, contin ued Net Co mm an d IR C ont r ol Sy mptom R ema[...]

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    90 T r ademark and License Information LICENSOR’S SUPPLIERS DO NOT MA KE OR P ASS ON TO END USER O[...]

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    T rademar k and License Information 91 Mit su bis hi T V S of t ware EN D- US ER LI CE NS E AGREE ME[...]

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    92 W arr anty MITSUBIS HI LCD F L A T P AN EL HDT V LIMIT E D W A RR ANT Y MITSUBIS HI DIGIT AL ELEC[...]

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    W arr ant y 93 aris ing from p roduc t insta llation, rem ov al f rom or re -ins tallatio n into cus[...]

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    94 Index I n d ex A Adjust Keys (Up/Down /Le f t /R ight) 30, 37 Ana morp hic Picture For mat 34 Ant[...]

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    Ind ex 95 Listin gs Channe lVi ew 3 1 T V Gu ide Dail y 7 6 Lock T V Bypas sing the L ock 67 Lock by[...]

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