Sharp LC-39LE652 manual

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    LC-39LE650E/V LC-39LE651E/K/V LC-39LU651E LC-39LE652E/V LC-39LM652E/V LC-39LK652E LC-39LX652E LC-39L[...]

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    SPECIAL NOTE FOR USERS IN THE U.K. The mains lead of this product is fitted with a non-rewireable (m[...]

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    OPERA TION MANUAL Contents ....................................................................... 1[...]

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    • Cleaning—Unplug the AC cord from the AC outlet befor e cleaning the product. Use a damp cloth [...]

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    Introduction Remote control unit 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 23 22 19 18 20 17 16 21 8 13 15 9 10 12 14 11 1 NET[...]

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    TV (Front view) TV (Side and rear view) Illumination led* Introduction WARNING • Excessive sound p[...]

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    Inserting the stand  Insert the stand into the openings on the bottom of the TV (Hold the stan[...]

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    Preparation Inserting the batteries Before using the TV for the first time, insert the two supplied [...]

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    Quick guide 1 2 3 Initial installation overview Follow the steps below one by one when using the TV [...]

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    Quick guide Before turning on the power In order to r eceive coded digital stations, a Common Interf[...]

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    Initial auto installation When the TV is powered on for the first time after purchase, the initial a[...]

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    NOTE • The value of Frequency and Network ID should be set to the value specified by the cable pro[...]

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    Reception of a single satellite via a connected LNC (LNB). 1 Select satellite. Press J to continue. [...]

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    1 Select which DiSEqC single cable system you are using and press OK . 2 Select satellite name from [...]

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    Quick guide 1 Select satellite. Press J to continue. 2 Specify her e the oscillator frequency for yo[...]

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    Quick guide If you install a DVB-T/T2/S/S2 antenna for the first time or relocate it, you should adj[...]

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    What is the menu? • The MENU view is the central overview page for all of your TV's operating[...]

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    Y ou will find your favourites on the top of the MENU screen. Y ou can create favourites in the oper[...]

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    W atching TV Selecting audio language E DTV/CADTV/SA T mode: Each time you press 2 the audio languag[...]

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    EPG operation E Display/Close the EPG screen Press EPG button. Switch EPG on/of f. • The first tim[...]

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    Other EPG functions E Calling additional information about the programmes 1 Press ▲ / ▼ / ◄ / [...]

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    Buttons for standard teletext operations Buttons Description P r / s Increase or decrease the page n[...]

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    Basic adjustment TV set adjustments 1 Press MENU. 2 Select Setup → Pictur e, the next screen appea[...]

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    Basic adjustment ● more... ● Headphone volume Adjust the headphone volume. ● Auto volume Reduc[...]

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    Explanations of some search settings Signal source : Selection of range in which you want to search [...]

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    Basic adjustment -Renaming Personal list 1 W ith ◄ / ► select the personal list you want to rena[...]

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    Basic adjustment ● Software update ● Via USB Current softwar e version can be downloaded from th[...]

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    Basic adjustment ● Jump distance Set the standard jump distance (in minutes) used for jumping forw[...]

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    ● Recording It is possible to set a pre-r ecord and post-r ecord time for timer recor dings made w[...]

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    Multimedia / Network settings 1 Press MENU. 2 Select Setup → Multimedia/Network, the next screen a[...]

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    Basic adjustment ● A V standard Allows you to set the A V standard of the connected device to A V [...]

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    T r ansmitted audio signal: 0RQR Mono audio tr ansmission analogue Dual channel sound tr ansmission [...]

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    For selecting the input type of external equipment. • If no (colour) image is displayed, try chang[...]

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    TV/List function This function contains settings and additional options. The function list can be op[...]

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    ● Open USB REC archive Opens the USB REC archive. See USB REC explanation. See page 49 for more in[...]

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    TV menu options Video function Press MENU button on the R/C and select Video , to access the video f[...]

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    1 Press MENU button on the R/C, select Audio/ Radio on the menu and press OK . 2 Pressing ◄ / ► [...]

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    Y ou can repr oduce photos with JPEG (*.JPE, *.JPG), and PNG format on your TV . Several kinds of re[...]

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    AQUOS NET + option allows you to access to AQUOS NET + feature and Internet browser . For this optio[...]

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    TV menu options Apps can be re-arranged by the user: 1 Move the cursor to the application that shall[...]

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    Extras option contains additional functions and settings: ● Timer In this option you can find your[...]

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    Here you can find all settings and adaptabilies of the TV set. ● Picture Allows you to adjust the [...]

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    Connecting exter nal devices E Before connecting ... • Be sure to turn off the TV and any devices [...]

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    Connecting external devices The HDMI connections permit digital video and audio transmission via a c[...]

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    Connecting external devices NOTE • In cases when the decoder needs to receive a signal from the TV[...]

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    HDMI devices Controlling HDMI devices using HDMI CEC E What is HDMI CEC? Using the HDMI CEC protocol[...]

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    HDMI (DVI) Connection HDMI 1, 2, 3 or 4 PC connection Connecting a PC Analogue Connection VGA cable [...]

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    Resolution Horizontal Frequency V ertical Frequency VGA 640 g 480 31,5 kHz 60 Hz SVGA 800 g 600 37,9[...]

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    Press J to continue the installation. Choose between Wired or Wir eless connection. NOTE • If you [...]

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    Multimedia/Network Setup • Operations cannot be guaranteed when used with access points that do no[...]

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    Select V on the screen during playback to fast forward. By selecting V repeatedly , allows you to in[...]

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    USB REC function ● ● Recording subtitles Select here whether subtitles ar e to be recor ded for [...]

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    Y ou can programme timer r ecordings for USB REC manually . Set the TV to TV mode, select the statio[...]

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    1 Pr ess F button to switch to freeze pictur e. 2 Pr ess F button again to continue playback. Y ou c[...]

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    ● View Start or continue replaying the selected ar chive entry . ● Detailed info Show detailed i[...]

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    Enjoying 3D image viewing Viewing 3D images 1 Select the 3D source (HDMI). 2 Press 3D button on r em[...]

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    Y ou can convert normal 2D images into 3D images (3D effect). 1 Press 3D button on r emote control. [...]

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    Enjoying 3D image viewing Display format for 3D and 2D images Image for input signals Selectable mod[...]

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    Enjoying 3D image viewing 3D glasses lenses • Do not apply pressure to the lenses of the 3D glasse[...]

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    Appendix Information on the software license for this pr oduct Software composition The software inc[...]

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    Appendix Specifications 59 Item 39” LCD COLOUR TV , Models: LC-39LE650E/RU/V LC-39LE651 E/K/RU/V L[...]

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    A. Information on Disposal for Users (private households) 1. In the European Union Attention: If you[...]

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    SPECIAL NOTE FOR USERS IN THE U.K. The mains lead of this product is fitted with a non-rewireable (m[...]