Sharp LC-32PX5X manual

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    MODEL LC-32PX5X LC-37PX5X LC-42PX5X LCD COLOUR TELEVISION OPERA TION MANUAL Cover_PX5X.indd 1 Cover_[...]

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    Password[...]

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    1 LC-32PX5X LC-37PX5X LC-42PX5X OPERATION MANUAL LCD COLOUR TELEVISION Dear SHARP customer Dear SHAR[...]

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    2 • “HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Defi nition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered[...]

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

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

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    30° 30° 5 Preparation CAUTION Improper use of batteries can result in chemical leakage or explosio[...]

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    Preparation 6 1 3 1 Insert the stand into the openings on the bottom of the TV. 2 Insert and tighten[...]

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    1 Preparation 7 AC cord Connecting the AC cord, antenna, and external equipment to the TV AC outlet [...]

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    Connecting to the AC outlet 8 Preparation Simple operations for watching a TV programme Basic connec[...]

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    Removing the stand For wall mounting with the optional bracket, remove the stand. Before detaching/a[...]

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    10 Part names TV (Front) Volume up ( e )/down ( f ) buttons Channel up ( r )/down ( s ) buttons OPC [...]

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    11 Part names TV (Rear) RS-232C terminal INPUT 3 (HDMI) terminals INPUT 4 (HDMI) terminal PC INPUT t[...]

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    12 Part names Remote control unit NOTE • When using the remote control unit, point it at the TV. m[...]

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    (Example) 13 Turning on the power Press POWER on the TV. • POWER indicator (Green): The TV is on. [...]

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    Using Flashback ( A ) on the remote control unit Using MPX on the remote control unit 14 Press A to [...]

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    1 2 20 15 Simple button operation for changing volume/sound NOTE • Within 30 minutes after pressin[...]

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    ENTER : Select : Enter MENU : End RETURN : Back On-Screen Display 1 Item displayed in yellow • Thi[...]

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    Picture Picture 17 Basic adjustment settings TV/AV input mode menu items List of TV/AV menu items to[...]

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    18 Basic adjustment settings Press MENU and the MENU screen displays. Press c / d to select “Setup[...]

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    19 Basic adjustment settings You can select one of the following settings. 1 Search (See page 19.) 2[...]

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    20 Basic adjustment settings Manual setting for each channel (continued) Sound system (Broadcasting [...]

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    21 Press MENU and the MENU screen displays. 1 Press c / d to select “Setup”. Press a / b to sele[...]

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    Press AV MODE . • Present AV mode displays. Press AV MODE again before the mode displayed on the s[...]

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    Press MENU and the MENU screen displays. 1 Press c / d to select “Picture”. 2 Press a / b to sel[...]

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    Press MENU and the MENU screen displays. 1 Press c / d to select “Picture”. Press a / b to selec[...]

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    Press MENU and the MENU screen displays. 1 Press c / d to select “Picture”. 2 Press a / b to sel[...]

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    Audio adjustment For each selected AV mode, you can adjust the following three items: Treble, Bass, [...]

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    Change Password Channel Setting Reset New Password Reconfirm 27 Useful adjustment settings NOTE • [...]

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    TV INPUT1 INPUT2 DVD INPUT4 28 Input Label You can assign each input source a label you like. Useful[...]

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    29 Useful adjustment settings Wide Screen Signalling (WSS) WSS allows a television to switch automat[...]

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    30 Selected item Normal Zoom 14:9 Panorama Full Cinema 16:9 Cinema 14:9 Description For 4:3 “stand[...]

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    31 Useful adjustment settings Input Signal Full Normal 1024 g 768 1280 g 768 1360 g 768 An image ful[...]

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    32 Useful adjustment settings Language setting for on-screen display You can also select a language [...]

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    33 Useful adjustment settings Audio Only When listening to music from a music programme, you can set[...]

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    Press MENU and the MENU screen displays. 1 Press c / d to select “Option”. 2 Press a / b to sele[...]

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    Press MENU and the MENU screen displays. 1 Press c / d to select “Option”. • Power control men[...]

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    To watch an HDMI equipment image, select “INPUT3” or “INPUT4” using TV/VIDEO on the remote c[...]

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    Press a / b to select “Yes”, and then press ENTER . • Auto Sync. starts. 5 NOTE • Auto Sync.[...]

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    FREEZE 1 2 3 4 2 3 38 NOTE • When this function is not available, “No still image available.” [...]

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    1 2 3 4 MENU [ Setup ... T ext Language ] Arabic/Hebrew W est Europe East Europe T urkish/Greek 39 U[...]

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    1 2 3 T op (Displays in the upper half of the screen) Bottom (Displays in the lower half of the scre[...]

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    1 2 1 2 + 0002 00 01 02 03 3 4 41 Displaying Subtitle You can display several subtitles as they are [...]

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    L R AUDIO VIDEO To watch a DVD image, select “INPUT1” using TV/VIDEO on the remote control unit [...]

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    L R AUDIO VIDEO L R AUDIO Y P B (C B ) P R (C R ) HDMI 43 Using external equipment Connecting a DVD [...]

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    L R AUDIO Y P B (C B ) P R (C R ) 44 Using external equipment Connecting an HDTV tuner You can use t[...]

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    ANALOG RGB AUDIO 45 Displaying an image from a PC To view an image from a PC, select “PC” using [...]

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    46 Troubleshooting Possible Solution Appendix Problem • No power. • Unit cannot be operated. •[...]

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    47 RS-232C port specifi cations PC Control of the TV • When a program is set, the TV can be contr[...]

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    48 Commands • Commands not indicated here are not guaranteed to operate. Appendix Response code fo[...]

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    49 Specifi cations Appendix LCD panel Item LC-32PX5X 32 o (80 cm) Advanced Super View & BLACK T[...]

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    200 (200) 506 ( 542 ) 797 ( 920 ) 700.4 ( 823 ) 100 ( 84 ) 116 ( 116 ) 250 ( 292 ) 343 ( 377 ) 590.5[...]

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    51 Dimensional drawings Unit: mm LC-42PX5X 200 542 1031 933.4 96 140 292 421 733 675 58 200 85 526.4[...]

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    Memo PX5X_en_j.indd 52 PX5X_en_j.indd 52 2006/11/30 16:51:40 2006/11/30 16:51:40[...]

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    Cover2_PX5X.indd 1 Cover2_PX5X.indd 1 2006/12/04 11:55:49 2006/12/04 11:55:49[...]

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    Printed in Malaysia TINS-C949WJZZ 07P01-MA-NG Printed on post-consumer recycled paper. Cover_PX5X.in[...]