Sharp LC 32GD9E manual

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    LCD COLOUR TELEVISION LCD-F ARBFERNSEHGERÄT TÉLÉVISION COULEUR À ÉCRAN À CRIST A UX LIQUIDES ([...]

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    1 OPERA TION MANU AL ENGLISH Contents ……………………………………………………?[...]

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    2 Thank you for your pur chase of the SHARP LCD colour TV pr oduct. T o ensure safety and many years[...]

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    3 Supplied accessories Quic k guide Remote control unit ( g 1) AC cord ( g 1) Pages 5 and 6 Product [...]

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    4 Quick guide Setting the TV Bundling the cables Setting the TV on the wall • Installing the LCD C[...]

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    5 Quick guide CA UTION Improper use of batteries can r esult in chemical leakage or explosion. Be su[...]

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    6 Remote control unit Quick guide 12 3 4 7 9 10 15 16 12 8 5 6 11 14 17 13 18 19 21 27 29 30 22 23 2[...]

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    7 TV (Front vie w) Quick guide TV (Rear view) NO TE • Only if you use an active terrestrial antenn[...]

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    8 Quick guide T urning on the power Press a on the TV or B on the remote control unit. NO TE • If [...]

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    9 Using e xternal equipment Setting the input sour ce T o view external source images, select the in[...]

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    10 Using e xternal equipment NO TE • The cables marked with * ar e commercially available items. ?[...]

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    11 MENU [ Option ... Colour System ] Option Audio Only DNR Input Select Quick Shoot Colour System [O[...]

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    12 MENU [ Picture ] Picture Audio Contrast OPC AV Mode [STANDARD] [Off] Brightness Colour Tint Sharp[...]

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    13 Picture menu TitleB Menu operations MENU [ Picture ] Picture Audio Contrast OPC AV Mode [STANDARD[...]

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    14 Menu operations Black For easier viewing, change the viewing depth by selecting a level for autom[...]

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    15 Setup menu A uto Installation Y ou can run Auto Installation again, even after setting up the pre[...]

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    16 Manual Adjust Y ou can set some channel items manually . 1 Press MENU and the MENU screen display[...]

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    17 Child Lock Allow you to use a PIN to pr otect certain settings from being accidentally changed. C[...]

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    18 Menu operations WSS (Wide Screen Signalling) Menu Operation: A (P age 12) WSS allows a television[...]

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    19 Menu operations HDMI Setup HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) terminal selection. 1 T o [...]

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    20 4:3 Mode set to “Normal” NO TE • If the signal contains no WSS infor mation, Auto Selection[...]

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    21 T eletext function What is T eletext? T eletext broadcasts pages of information and entertainment[...]

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    22 DTV On-Screen Displa y Example 1 Language • T o customise the language pr eference for audio an[...]

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    23 DTV menu operations About using the character set screen In some cases you may be pr ompted to en[...]

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    24 DTV menu operations F av ourite Assign services to 4 differ ent favourite groups. 1 Press a / b t[...]

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    25 Label Change individual service names. 1 Press a / b to select the desired ser vice. 2 Press on t[...]

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    26 DTV menu operations Carrier Setup This is pr ovided for you to rename (label), erase, or r e-scan[...]

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    27 DTV menu operations Child Lock This function allows TV and Radio services to be r estricted. It p[...]

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    28 DTV menu operations Inser ting a CA car d A single DVB Common Interface (CI) will be implemented [...]

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    29 Useful features (DTV) About EPG With the Electronic Pr ogramme Guide (EPG), you can check the sch[...]

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    30 Useful features (DTV) ESG Sun 16/04/2005 07:05:11 Sun 16/04/2005 07:05:11 Services Current Event [...]

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    31 Useful features (DTV) Multi Audio S.No Language Code 1 Eng 2 Fre 3 Ger 4 Fin MPEG2 MPEG2 MPEG2 12[...]

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    32 • Check if you pressed B on the remote control unit. (See page 8.) If the indicator on the TV l[...]

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    33 Appendix PC compatibility chart Resolution Horizontal F requency V er tical F requency VESA Stand[...]

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    34 Appendix Commands P I I I I I D D C C D D D D I I I I I I I I I I I I I I A A A A A A A V V POWER[...]

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    35 Specifications • As a part of policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to mak[...]

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    36 A. Inf ormation on Disposal f or Users (priv ate households) 1. In the Eur opean Union Attention:[...]

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    LCD COLOUR TELEVISION LCD-F ARBFERNSEHGERÄT TÉLÉVISION COULEUR À ÉCRAN À CRIST A UX LIQUIDES ([...]