Sharp LC-22AA1M manual

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    LCD COLOUR TELEVISION OPERA TION MANU AL LC - 22AA1M ENGLISH LC-22AA1M Printed in Japan TINS-B066WJ[...]

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    Contents LC-22AA1M LCD COLOUR TELEVISION ENGLISH OPERA TION MANU AL ENGLISH Dear SHARP customer ..[...]

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    2 Impor tant Safety Precautions Electricity is used to perfor m many useful functions, but it can al[...]

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    3 Important Safety Precautions • Cleaning—Unplug the AC cord from the AC outlet befor e cleanin[...]

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    4 Supplied accessories Make sure the following accessories are provided with the product. Operation [...]

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    5 Preparation Inserting the batteries Before using the System for the first time, insert two “AA?[...]

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    6 Power connection Antenna connection Plug into power outlet. AC cord* AC adapter * Product shape v[...]

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    7 P ar t names – Main unit Controls NO TE tes:Note: • TV/VIDEO , CH( s )/( r ) , VOL ( l )/( k[...]

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    8 Terminals P art Names – Main Unit How to fix the cables • Secure cables and cords with the sup[...]

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    9 P ar t names – Remote contr ol unit Remote contr ol unit 1 B (ST ANDBY/ON) T o switch the pow[...]

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    10 First installation When you turn on the LCD TV set for the first time, the First installation rou[...]

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    11 T urning the main power on and off Switching the TV/VIDEO (TV/A V1/A V2/A V3/COMPONENT) mode Tur[...]

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    12 Changing channels You can select channels using 0 – 9 or CH a / b . • To handle the increas[...]

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    13 Useful features 2 1 3 4 5 2 1 3 4 5 Press MENU on the remote control to display the TV menu. P[...]

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    14 Selecting menu items (Contin ued) ■ TV Menu Setting Screens For details on using each setting [...]

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    15 Useful features 2 1 3 4 5 2 1 Press MENU to display the TV menu. Press a / b to select “Feat[...]

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    16 Press MENU to display the TV menu. Press a / b to select “Picture”, and then press ENTE[...]

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    17 A udio Press MENU to display the TV menu. Press a / b to select “Audio”, and then press [...]

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    18 Useful features Dolb y Vir tual You can enjoy the Surround 2ch stereo with Dolby Pro Logic II tec[...]

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    19 Features The Features items can be set by the user. Press MENU to display the TV menu. Press a [...]

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    20 Press MENU to display the TV menu. Quic k shoot Press a / b to select “Features”, and then[...]

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    21 You can output audio using the supplied speakers (detachable) or other external speak- ers. Press[...]

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    22 Press MENU to display the TV menu. Press a / b to select “ Features ” , and then press [...]

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    23 Wide mode You can change the screen size using f (WIDE) on the remote control. Press f (WIDE[...]

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    24 A V connections It is possible to manually adjust various settings for connections with external [...]

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    25 Preset [1] Automatic search Perform the procedure below to search for and store new programmes af[...]

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    26 Perform steps 1 and 2 in [1] Automatic search to display the “ Preset ” screen. Press a /[...]

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    27 Preset (Continued) [3] Sort The programme positions for individual programmes can be freely chang[...]

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    28 Preset (Continued) [5] Enter/Change name The name of an individual programme can be entered or ch[...]

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    29 This enables the selection of the reception mode when receiving a NICAM-I or NICAM-B/G signal. To[...]

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    30 This enables the selection of the reception mode when receiving an A2 stereo signal. To let you e[...]

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    31 T eletext TELETEXT T eletext function What is T eletext? T eletext broadcasts pages of informati[...]

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    32 T eletext T OP Over view screen 203 203 TEXT 01:44:37 –+ 0005 ‹‹ 02 03 04 05 06 Subpage[...]

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    33 T eletext ■ T eletext language setting If T eletext infor mation does not display correctly ,[...]

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    34 NO TE Note: • PC connection is not possible. • For the cable, use a commercially available a[...]

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    35 Connecting a VCR, DVD player or a camcorder (AV-IN1/2/3/COMPONENT) Connecting external de vices N[...]

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    36 Connecting external de vices Outputting video and audio (video output) You can output video and a[...]

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    37 T roub leshooting ■ Before calling for repair service, check the following items for possible r[...]

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    38 T roub leshooting Antenna Problem Check item • The reception may be weak. • The state of t[...]

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    39 Item 22" LCD COLOUR TV, Model: LC-22AA1M LCD panel 22" Advanced Super View & BLAC[...]

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    40 Dimensional dra wings Unit: mm 582 492.6 270.2 367 180.7 510 462 44 420 110 75.7 250 182.4 100 10[...]