Sharp LC-60LE857RU manual

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    MODEL LC-80LE857E LC-80LE857RU LC-80LE858E LC-80LE857EN LC-80LE857KN LC-70LE857E LC-70LE857RU LC-70L[...]

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    ASA CE Statement: Hereby , SHARP Electronics declares that this bundled Wireless LAN USB adapter is [...]

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    1 Dear SHARP customer Thank you for your purchase of the SHARP LCD colour TV pr oduct. T o ensure sa[...]

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    2 Introduction Important safety precautions • Cleaning—Unplug the AC cord fr om the AC outlet be[...]

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    3 Introduction Caring for the front panel • T urn off the main power and unplug the AC cord fr om [...]

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    4 Supplied accessories Remote control unit ( x 1) “AAA” size battery ( x 2) Pages 7 and 9 Page 7[...]

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    5 Attaching the stand unit (for 60/70 inch models) • Before attaching (or detaching) the stand, un[...]

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    6 Attaching the stand unit (for 80 inch models) • Before attaching (or detaching) the stand, unplu[...]

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    7 Using the remote contr ol unit Inserting the batteries Before using the TV for the first time, ins[...]

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    8 TV (front/side view) Illumination LED* 1 Remote control sensor (Page 7) OPC sensor (Page 36) a (St[...]

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    9 Remote control unit 4 5 3 6 7 8 11 12 13 10 2 11 5 14 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 92 0 LC-60LE855E LC-[...]

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    10 Operation overview Follow the steps below one by one when using the TV . Some steps may not be ne[...]

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    11 3. Daily operation 1 T ur n on/off the TV (Page 19) • Y ou can turn on/off the power using both[...]

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    12 Inserting the CA card into the CI module NOTE • It takes a few minutes to certify the licence k[...]

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    13 Quick guide Using the HOME screen Y ou can easily launch this “HOME” screen to enjoy Internet[...]

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    14 Using the Menu screen Y ou need to call up the OSD to perform settings for the TV . The OSD for t[...]

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

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    16 Digital broadcast setting Press c/d to select “T errestrial” or “Cable”, and then press ;[...]

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    17 Searching for satellite br oadcasts (857 series only) Press a/b to select “Satellite sear ch”[...]

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    18 Checking signal strength and channel strength (DVB-T/T2/C/S*/ S2*) If you install a DVB-T/T2/C/S/[...]

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    19 Daily operation Switching on/off T urning on/off the power 1 T ur n on ( ; )/off ( a ) the MAIN P[...]

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    20 Selecting a sound mode E DTV/SA T mode If multi sound modes are r eceived, each time you press 7 [...]

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    21 Favourite Channel Information Before installation This function allows you to group your favourit[...]

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    22 EPG EPG is a programme list that is displayed on the screen. With the EPG, you can check the sche[...]

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    23 Selecting a programme using EPG The illustrations on this page are explained using thr ee digit s[...]

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    24 Timer setup using EPG The TV can be switched to a programme or start recor ding for USB-recor din[...]

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    25 T eletext What is teletext? T eletext broadcasts pages of information and entertainment to specia[...]

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    26 W atching TV MHEG-5 application (UK only) Some services bring you programmes with the MHEG applic[...]

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    27 Introduction to connections The TV is equipped with the terminals as shown below . Find the cable[...]

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    28 Video connections HDMI connection Example of connectable devices E DVD player/recor der E Blu-ray[...]

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    29 Connecting external devices SCART connection YP B ( C B) P R ( C R) Component connection Example [...]

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    30 VIDEO connection Example of connectable devices E VCR E DVD player/recor der E Game console E Cam[...]

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    31 Controlling HDMI devices using AQUOS LINK E What is AQUOS LINK? Using the HDMI CEC protocol, with[...]

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    32 AQUOS LINK connection First connect the AQUOS AUDIO speaker system or an AQUOS BD player/ AQUOS r[...]

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    33 AQUOS LINK setup Basic operation Go to “TV Menu” > “Link operation” > “AQUOS LINK[...]

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    34 T op menu/title list This section explains how to play back a title in the AQUOS BD player/AQUOS [...]

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    35 AQUOS LINK Using a Smartphone with the TV This function enables you to connect the TV to a smartp[...]

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    36 Picture settings Go to “TV Menu” > “Setup” > “Picture”. Setup A V mode Picture [...]

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    37 Picture Picture adjustments Adjusts the picture to your pr eference with the following picture se[...]

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    38 Game type Adjusts the images of fast moving video games to be clearer . Item Standard Optimises p[...]

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    39 Audio settings Go to “TV Menu” > “Setup” > “Audio”. Setup Bass Auto volume Audi[...]

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    40 Power save settings Go to “TV Menu” > “Setup” > “ECO”. Setup No signal off ECO [...]

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    41 View settings Go to “TV Menu” > “Setup” > “View setting”. Setup Network setup A[...]

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    42 Buttons for “Manual adjust” operation Lock Press R button. When the service is locked, you mu[...]

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    43 Analogue setting Y ou can reconfigur e the analogue TV channels settings automatically or manuall[...]

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    44 Individual setting — PIN View setting PIN Allows you to use a PIN to protect certain settings f[...]

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    45 Individual setting — Language View setting Digital audio language Set up to three pr eferred mu[...]

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    46 Optional features settings Go to “TV Menu” > “Setup” > “Option”. Setup Option f[...]

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    47 T erminal setting Option Digital audio output This function allows you to select the digital audi[...]

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    48 Option Headphone/Audio out select Y ou can select which device is used for outputting audio. Go t[...]

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    49 Additional features Option Illumination This function makes the LED on the front of TV illuminate[...]

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    50 Option Game play time This function allows you to display the elapsed time on the screen when “[...]

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    51 USB-recor ding Y ou can enjoy DTV/SA T recording or playback by connecting a commercially availab[...]

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    52 How to operate USB-recor ding Y ou can enjoy DTV/SA T recording or playback by connecting a comme[...]

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    53 USB-recor ding Y ou can recor d the programme you ar e watching to the register ed USB HDD. Start[...]

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    54 Time shift playback Playback recor ded scenes of the programme being recor ded. Press d during r [...]

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    55 USB media/Home network USB media/Home network In both modes, you can enjoy viewing photos, listen[...]

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    56 Viewing enlarged photos Buttons for enlarged photo display operation (When using USB media mode) [...]

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    57 Video mode Buttons for file selecting operations (When using USB media mode) Buttons Description [...]

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    58 View setting DivX® setup This is the function to confirm your registration code. Y ou need to re[...]

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    59 Connecting a PC HDMI connection PC HDMI 1, 2, 3 or 4 terminal  HDMI-certified cable (commercia[...]

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    60 Adjusting the PC image automatically Option Auto sync. This function enables the screen to be aut[...]

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    61 PC compatibility chart Resolution Horizontal frequency V ertical frequency Analogue (D-Sub) Digit[...]

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    62 PC control of the TV • When a programme is set, the TV can be contr olled from the PC using RS-[...]

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    63 Command list CONTROL ITEM COMMAND P ARAMETER CONTROL CONTENTS POWER SETTING P O W R 0 _ _ _ POWER[...]

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    64 Connecting to the network T o enjoy internet services, you need to connect the TV to a router wit[...]

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    65 Wireless installation Use the wireless LAN USB adapter supplied with the TV . E Wireless connecti[...]

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    66 What is Net TV? Net TV offers internet service and websites tailored for your TV . Use the TV rem[...]

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    67 Net TV E Reload Refreshes the page you ar e browsing. If an err or occurs while loading the page,[...]

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    68 Y ou can enjoy 3D-supported images on this TV when you wear 3D glasses (AN- 3DG40), sold separate[...]

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    69 Enjoying 3D image viewing Preparing for the 3D glasses Supplied accessories Make sure the followi[...]

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    70 Using the 3D glasses Before using the 3D Glasses Before using the 3D glasses for the first time, [...]

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    71 Replacing the Battery The battery has an expected service life of approximately 75 hours. • Whe[...]

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    72 Enjoying 3D image viewing Cautions for 3D image viewing 3D glasses lenses • Do not apply pressu[...]

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    73 Display format for 3D and 2D images Image for input signals Selectable mode Description 3D mode ([...]

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    74 Viewing 3D images NOTE • Refer to the operation manual of the 3D glasses for details regar ding[...]

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    75 W atching 2D images in 3D Y ou can convert normal 2D images into 3D images. 1 Press 3D . 2 Press [...]

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    76 3D brightness boost Y ou can adjust the backlight of the TV for 3D image viewing. Item High The s[...]

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    77 Enjoying 3D image viewing Specifications — 3D glasses (sold separately) T r oubleshooting — 3[...]

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    78 Appendix T r oubleshooting Problem Possible solution • No power . • T urn on ( ; ) the MAIN P[...]

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    79 Appendix Reset the PIN 1 Go to “TV Menu” > “Setup”. 2 Press a/b to select “Auto inst[...]

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    80 Updating your TV via DVB-T/T2/ C/S*/S2* Ensure that your TV softwar e version is always up to dat[...]

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    81 Information Receiver report Display reports r egarding failur es and changes for timer settings. [...]

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    82 W arning regarding basic use Cautions regar ding use in high and low temperature envir onments ?[...]

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    83 Software licences for Net TV This product includes the Opera™ browser . • This product contai[...]

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    84 Appendix Specifications Item Model: LC-60LE855E/LC-60LE855KN/ LC-60LE858E/LC-70LE858E/ LC-80LE858[...]

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    85 Specifications (Wireless LAN USB adapter) Product name Dual Band 802.11n USB2.0 adapter Standard [...]

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    86 Environmental specifications Item 60 o /70 o /80 o I On-mode (W) (in home-mode) 108 W/142 W/178 W[...]

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    87 LC-80LE857E/LC-80LE857RU/LC-80LE858E/LC-80LE857EN/ LC-80LE857KN The wall mount kit (sold separate[...]

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    88 Rating table for child lock User -adjusted rating Broadcasted rating AGE 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 [...]

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    89 Appendix Dimensional drawings (385) (58) (28) *2 (178) LC-60LE855E LC-60LE857E LC-60LE857RU LC-60[...]

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    90 Appendix LC-80LE857E LC-80LE857RU LC-80LE858E LC-80LE857EN LC-80LE857KN (59) (1771) *1 (1825) (34[...]

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    91 Appendix EU Energy Label for T elevisions On 30 November , 2010 the European Commission adopted t[...]

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