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important information important Safety Precautions Introducing the OLEVIATV Accessories TV Installation And Connection

identifying Front Controls and Rear - Descriptions of Connector Types = Turn the power on the TV Installation

= Connecting to an Antenna or Video Equipment with Antenna Outlet - Connecting to a Set-Top-Box with HDMI Cables = Connecting to a Satellite Receiver or Cable Box with Component Connectors = Connecting to a DVD Player with A/V or S Video Cables = Connecting to a DVD Player with Component Cables = Connecting to a DVD Player with HDMI Cables = Connecting to a Satellite Receiver or Cable Box with A/V Cables = Connecting to a VCR, PVR, or DV with A/V Cables = Connecting to a Blue=Ray DVD Player or HD=Receiver with HDMI Cables and a PC with VGACables - Connecting to a D-VHS with HDMI Cables = Connecting to a D=VHS with Component Cables - Connecting to an Audio Receiver/Home Theater System = OtherAudio Connections - Instruction for Uploading Remote Control Guide = Regular Buttons New Firmware

= Battery Installation On Screen Display (OSD) introduction Operating in the OSD initial Screen PICTURE OSD Adjusting TV Picture = Description of Settings = Selecting the Picture Mode -Adjusting the Picture Quality AUDIO OSD Adjusting Sound = Description of Settings =Adjusting the Audio Settings = MTS System for Stereo TV SCREEN OSD Adjusting Screen = Description of Settings

Settings

Quality

Modes

= Changing the Screen Mode - Selecting the Picture/Video Source SETUP OSD Adjusting Personal TV Settings = Description of Settings = Searching the TV Channels = Editing - Closed = Setting =Activating Channels Caption Options up Parental Control Password the Parental Control Feature

= Resetting the Password = Setting the Date and Time - Setting the TV Timer = Timeout Settings for OSD =TV OSD Languages - Setting DPMS = Setting LED Light = Factory Default Option = Displaying the Firmware Specifications Timing Mode for VGA and Pixels Policy Glossary Panel Display

Menu

Version NDMI(PC)

Mount

ortant

Information

Risk of electronic shock Do not open

To reduce the risk of electronic shock, do not remove cover (or back). No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer service to qualified Repair Technician or Repair Center.

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Read the following It indicates important

context

indicated

by the following

symbol

to the left.

literature

in operating

the product.

Read the following It indicates

context

indicated

by the following hazard

symbol

to the left. your safety.

a potential

high voltage

that may compromise

Caution
Take caution when moving the product on a cart. surfaces may cause the display unit and Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven cart combination to overturn.

Caution
To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert.

This product

satisfies

FCC regulations

when shielded

cables

and connectors

are used to and

connect

the unit to other equipment.

Prevent electromagnetic interference from electrical appliances such as radios Caution televisions. Please use shielded cables and connectors for connections.

Warning
FCC Regulations not expressly this equipment. state that any unauthorized by the manufacturer changes or modifications to this equipment[ [ J approved could void the user's authority to operate

Caution
Make sure that the cable system and built up static charges. is grounded to provide protection against voltage surges

Warning
WARNING! DAMAGE THIS TELEVISION TO THE STRUCTURE IS EXTREMELY IN INJURY HEAVY -- IMPROPER PERSONAL INJURY ATTEMPTS HANDLING AND INSTALLATION WALL MOUNTING PROFESSIONAL DAMAGE ACCEPTED CAUSED CAN RESULT TO PEOPLE AND PROPERTY PROPERTY! BY A

AND SURROUNDING SHOULD FOR PERSONAL

OF THIS TELEVISION -- ANY LIABILITY BY FAILED

ONLY BE ATTEMPTED OR PROPERTY

WALL MOUNTING

WILL NOT BE
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BY THE MANUFACTURER!

01

portant
Cleaning
Remember before clearer to unplug

Safety

Precautions
Stand

the AC cord from the AC outlet unit. original WINDEX window on clearer,

Do not place injuries display

the display people

unit on an unstable in serious personal as well as damage

place. to the

cleaning

the display

The TV may fall resulting to nearby unit.

Then spray small amount (blue stuff), cloth to clean Remember 100% cotton material, No drips the display.

not Ammonia-added cloth brillo

to use only soft cotton T-shirt, not sponges to clean the display. allowed.

such as an old abrasive

Ventilation
Do not cover or block may cause overheating Do not place unless proper instructions minimum display ventilation are followed. between these vents and openings Inadequate the lifespan and shorten is provided Keep located ventilation of the display. shelf, on the top and back of the display. in an enclosed

area such

as a built-in

or the manufacturer's of 10cm Never install the

the distance unit and wall. below.

the display

unit as indicated

in the picture

Air circulation

is blocked

Air circulation

is blocked

02

ImportantSafetyPrecautions

Never
into

insert objects
unit
any object

or spill liquid
unit through unit. High an internal

Precautions

when
requires

transporting

the

the display

display
Carrying the display two or more people.

Never insert openings voltage parts.

into the display

or spill liquid on the display flows in the display

unit, and inserting

object can cause electric

shock and/or short

Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended poeple by the may

Keep
present rooms,

away

from

water

and moisture
is

manufacturer. result

Use of inadequate to nearby

attachments

Do not place the display kitchen,

in areas where moisture

in accidents

or to the unit.

or where the unit may get wet such as bathpool area or in a wet basement.

Power
specified such consult power

source
must operate on a power label. supply source If you are not company. For on the specification your dealer source,

This product

Keep

away

from

heat

sources

Keep the display as radiators, heat-generating

unit away from heat sources stoves and other products.

sure of the type of power units designed to operate

used in your home, or another instructions.

heaters,

or local power

on batteries

refer to the operating

The liquid product


getting breaks.

crystal

panel of glass

used

in this
from

AC cord
people on them.

protection
properly to prevent from resting on them or objects

is made

The AC cords must be routed from stepping Check in case the panel

Do not hit the panel. Be careful hurt by broken

to prevent

glass pieces

the cords at the plugs and product.

Follow
All operating

operating
instructions

instructions
must be followed.

Overloading
Do not overload may result AC outlets or extension cords. It in electric shock or start a fire.

Servicing
Do not attempt Removing service other dangerous technician to service expose conditions. to perform the display Request unit yourself. and a qualified covers you to high voltage the service.

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Important

Safety

Precautions

Replacement
In case the display parts specified

parts
unit needs replacement technician parts, uses replacement or those with as the parts can result

Warning

make sure that the service the same characteristics original in fire, electric shock

by the manufacturer,

When installing or realigning an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits. Contact with them could be fatal.

and performance and/or other danger.

parts. Use of unauthorized

Safety
the service

checks
of service or maintenance, safety request to technician to perform checks operating

Upon completion

ensure that the display condition.

unit is in proper

Repair
When the display condition, unit indicates unit displays an abnormal in the display unit needs servicing. occurs, unplug and request repairs. Antenna 1 .A liquid was spilled have fallen 2.The display 3.The display on the display unit. to rain or water. or damaged. 1 2
I II I t. I _ 01

any noticeable

abnormality

that the display

If any of the following qualified service person

conditions to perform

the AC cord from the AC outlet,

and satellite grounding

unit or objects

into the display

unit has been exposed unit has been dropped

Electric

service

equipment

Environment
The display temperature recommended unit only operates within the of the 4 3 0C to 40"C.Operation may cause damage outside

Power service grounding electrode system (NEC Art 250. Part H) Ground clamps conductors (NEC Section

to your product.

Grounding 810-2t) Antenna 810-20)

discharge

unit (NEC Section

6 7

Grounding Antenna

clamp lead-in wire

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oducing
Welcome!
Thank you for purchasing model:

the

OLEVIA

TV

the OLEVIA

LCD HDTV.

This manual

is to be used with

the following OLEVIA

2 Series is designed as quickly to help you through as possible. Please setting up and operating provided your are on the in this instructions The model and serial numbers and operating

This manual LCD HDTV manual carefully,

back cover of your TV. Write these numbers for your records. and keep this manual for future

in the space

read all the safety reference.

Owner's

Record numbers these are located receiver atthe rear of the display provided below or local unit on the cartons

The model and serial (white label). Record your

unit, or on the side of the media and register dealer Model Serial product

numbers

in the spaces

at www.olevia.com. you call Syntax-Brillian Corporation

Refer to them whenever regarding No. No.

this product.

Olevia and the Olevia logo are trademarks or registered Corporation in the United States and other countries.

trademarks

of Syntax-Brillian

Manufactured are registered

under license from Dolby Laboratories. trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

Dolby

and the double-D

symbol

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DIGITAL

All other corporate names, trademarks, registered trademarks, service and logos stated herein are property of their respective companies.

marks,

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Introducing

the

Syntax-Brillian

Olevia

TV

OLEVIA the usage Fully

LCD HDTV includes of your TV. These HDTV a stunning programs sound with enhanced

many features,

you will enjoy include:

throughout

highlighted Definition

features TV):

Integrated These

(High picture

HDTV delivers televisions. detail played

far beyond quality

the quality

of standard programs. cable,

offer crystal audio and picture

clear video with amazing of digital television through in movies, prime time TV shows,

You can enjoy better

and other HD broadcasts in dynamic television satellite or even free broadcasts over the air. HDMI (High Definition Multimedia products digital Interface): provides connections.

settings

The next generation a DVD player uncompressed OLEVIA combined HDMI HDMI digital

of DVI, HDMI audio/video

the best interface When matched

between with a DVI digital are

and compatible

such as digital

set top box for

TV, multi-channel through a single

audio signals, cable.

uncompressed interfaces

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video and intercommunication

between interconnecting

high multimedia

and the HDMI Licensing,

logo are trademarks

or registered

trademarks

of

LLC.

ATI: For a true high definition cinematic experience, your TV uses the Xilleon image processing chip from ATI. The Xilleon chip offers many advanced features. The Xilleon chip allows your new TV to display a spectrum of over 16 million colors, so you can enjoy a true color viewing experience with vivid tones and natural hues. Xilleon uses advanced digital image processing technologies to convert standard definition signals (such as those usually found in analog TV broadcasts, DVDs, and cable set-top boxes) to the brilliant 1366 x 768 format used by your TV. With analog video still being broadcast, Xilleon integrates a 3D comb to virtually eliminate problems like dot crawl and keep your display looking its finest. Xilleon uses advanced deinterlacing technology to reduce artifacts such as jagged lines in moving pictures. Contrast, sharpness, saturation and many other parameters are also automatically optimized 60 times per second. Enjoy your new TV powered byATI Xilleon.

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Supplied

Accessories
Power cord x 1

Optional
Wall Mount

Accessories
Set

Remote control & batteries (AAA x 2)

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4. Please consult authorized service for the installation of wall mount.

personnel

These items are all you need to set up and operate in its basic configuration. Note: Most components with the necessary set up a complex connectors, etc. start to connect cables system, (VCRs, DVD players, them.

the TV

etc.) Come

to connect

If you want to you

you may need to buy extra cables,

Be sure to have these on hand before your system.

07

Installation
Identifying
Front Panel

and
Panels

Connection

Guide

Front

and Rear

POWER MENU

Turns display

on/off. in OSD menu, press it to

Displays the On Screen Display(OSD) menu. return to the previous screen or to exit. Adjusts Channel. within menu.

CHA / CHv

In the OSD menu, both keys are used to navigate

VOL+/VOL-

Adjusts Volume. in the OSD menu, both keys are used to navigate within menu. Vol _ is used to select the highlighted option. Press to switch Contains control. the input sources.

SOURCE IR SENSOR

Infra-red light for digital data transmission by the remote Please point remote control at IR Sensor for function.

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Identifying
Rear Panel

Front

and Rear

Panels

AC In

The power cord connects

here.

RF Terminal

To receive signals from VHF / UHF antennas or a cable system

Component
R 0 L (_ OPr/Cr @ Pb/Cb

(5 RCAjacks)

Used to connect A/V equipment

with component

video outputs, such as

a DVD player, Digital Satellite Receiver, or compatible Video Game System. NOTE: The component (composite video) inputs. Video: 3 RCA jacks): Used to connect a VCR, Super VHS (S-VHS), inputs have a superior quality of picture than the S-Video or AV

Video
R 0 (_ Video

AV (Composite OR

DVD player, or other video devices to the TV. S-Video However, : (1 DIN and 2 RCA jacks) Used to connect video devices to the TV. they have a better quality of picture than a composite with a HDMI/DVI Satellite video signal.

(_

S-Video

HDMI/DVI

Used to connect digital video equipment NOTE: Preferred connection

output. equipment.

for HDMI/DVI

or Set-Top-Box

VGA/Audio (PC) Port

Input
R L

Used for analog RGB signals from a personal computer. OR As a computer input with VGA to RCA Adapter. connected

VGA has one set of Audio R/L inputs.

Audio

RL
USB Service Port To download some information from website to TV for user RS232 Port Service Only for Service Technician use, not an interface for other devices.

Input

To send an AV receiver or other equipment's

audio signals to the TV

Warning ! This RS232 control port is for service purpose only, and should be used by trained serviceman only. Any random connection may cause damage to this unit. Used for audio output to earphone.

Earphone

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TV Installation

and Connection

Guide

Descriptions

of Connector

Types cable types during setup.

You may find it necessary to use some of the following

75-ohm

Coaxial

Cable

For TV/cable

connection

S-Video

Cable

Used for transferring video signal, which is split into two signals, brightness and color. Through this connection, you can view a better picture than AV (Composite Video) connection.

Audio/Video

Cable

Used for transferring This connection A/V equipment.


Left Audio Video Right (White)

audio

and video signal. found on

is the most commonly

(Yellow) Audio (Red}

Component

Cable

Used for transferring video signal, which is split into three signals, one brightness and two color. Through this connection, you can view a better high definition picture than S-Video orAV (Composite Video) connection.

Pb/Cb

(Blue)

Y (Green) Pr/Cr (Red)

HDMI

Cable

Used for transferring digital uncompressed and audio signals to the TV. HDMI crystal S=Video signal is purely digital better and provides it is strongly

video

clear technology

than component, if you have

or Video connections, on your equipment.

recommended this function

to use this connection

10

TVInstallationandConnectionGuide

Turn
Please

the
follow

power

on theTV
to turn the power on to the TV.

these steps

1) Before 2) Connect

connecting the Power Back

the Power Cord of TV

Cord,

make sure all other connections Outlet to the Power iN Port

are done first. on the back of the TV as shown below.

from a Wall

Power IN Port

] Power Cord Wall Outlet

A red or blue light do Step 3.

on the front of the TV may turn on. lfso,

then skip step 3 and do step 4. If the light is NOT on,

Red or blue light (also called "standby light"). Color and location depends on model

3) lfa red or blue light on the front of the TV is NOT on, press the Power Button on the back of the TV as shown below. Now the light on the front turns on. In other words, the Power Button in the back must be on for the light in the front to turn on.
Back of TV

Power Button (also called "master switch")

power

4) Press the Power Button on the front of the TV as shown below or on the remote control. Wait about 10 seconds for something to appear on-screen. Your TV is on and the red or blue light on the front turns offautomatically.

Front

of TV POWER Button

11

TV Installation

and

Connection

Guide

Installation
In the following pages, you will find directions on how to install your tv and choice of video equipment.

_ Connecting _ Connecting _ Connecting (Secondary _ Connecting _ Connecting _ Connecting _ Connecting _ Connecting _ Connecting

to an Antenna to a Set-Top-Box to a Satellite Preferred

or Video Equipment with HDMI Cables

with Antenna (Preferred

outlet TV connection) Connectors

Receiver

or Cable Box with Component

after HDMI) with A/V or S Video Cables with Component with HDMI Cables

to a DVD Player to a DVD Player to a DVD Player to a Satellite

Cables

Receiver

or Cable Box with A/V Cables

to a VCR, PVR, or DV with A/V Cables to a Blue-Ray DVD Player or HD-Receiver with HDMI Cables

and a PC with VGA Cables _ Connecting _ Connecting _ Connecting _ Other Audio _ Instruction to a D-VHS with HDMI Cables to a D-VHS with Component to an Audio Receiver/Home Connections for Uploading New Firmware Cables Theater System

12

TV Installation

and

Connection

Guide

Connecting (For

to an Antenna Source)
sources

or Video

Equipment

with

Antenna

outlet

TV and DTV
all power

Disconnect

before

making

any connection.

1. Connect

a 75-ohm

coaxial

cable

(or choice

of Antenna

Cable)

from your cable

or antenna

to the TV's

VHF/UHFjack

(RF Terminal).
iiiiill ....

Rear of TV

(75-ohm

coaxial

cable)

If connecting t. Connect

to Video coaxial

Equipment

with

Antenna

outlet Cable) from your cable or antenna to the Video

a 75-ohm lNjack.

cable (or choice

of Antenna

Equipment's 2. Connect

another

75-ohm

coaxial

cable from the Video Equipment's

OUT jacks

to the TV's VHF/UttF

jacks

(RF Terminal).

y//
Rear of TV

(75-ohm

coaxiamcaMe)

(75 "ohm coaxial ' "

cable)

IN
jack

OUT
jack

(Video Equipment with Antenna In/Out Socket)

13

TV Installation

and

Connection

Guide

Connecting
Disconnect

to a Set-Top-Box
all power sources before

with
making

HDMI

Cables

any connection.

1. Connect

a 75-ohm

coaxial

cable

(or choice

of Antenna

Cable)

from your cable

or antenna

to the

Set-Top-Box's 2. Connect

VHF/UHF

jack (RF Terminal). tIDMI OUT jacks to the TV's HDMI IN jacks.

a tlDMI

cable from the Set-Top-Box's

Cable /

El
@
RearofTV Set-Top-Box coaxial (75-ohm cable)

Satelmite

Note:

HDCP is a copy protected with a HDMI output connections. signal is purely

digital

connection

that receives function.

analog HDMI

or digital allows

video and audio

signals

from

equipment uncompressed (composite) Note:

that features

the HDCP is superior

the transfer

of digital S Video orAV

data to the TV. This connection

when compared

to the Component,

tlDMI

digital

and provides

a better

picture,

it is better

than component,

S-Video

or Video

connections.

It is strongly

recommended

to use this connection

if you have this function

on your equipment.

14

TV Installation

and

Connection

Guide

Connecting Connectors
Disconnect Use this method 1.Using

to a Satellite (Secondary
all power sources

Receiver Preferred
before making

or Cable after

Box with

Component

HDMI)

any connections. or Cable Box has component Receiver or Cable Boxes' (Y, Pb, Pr)jacks. to the Y,

of connection video

if your Satellite cable, connect

Receiver

a component

the Satellite

Y, Pb and Pr jacks

Pb and Pr jacks

on the TV. Video connectors:

CoLors on Component Y: Green Pb (also identified Pr (also identified Note:

as Cb, CB or B-Y): Blue as Cr, CR or R-Y): Red Receiver or Cable Box are sometimes colors. or Cable Boxes' Audio OUT jacks to the TV's Audio in labeled as Y, Cb and Cr,

The Y, Pb and Pr jacks on your Satellite lfso, cable, connect connect the cables

or B-Y and R-Y. 2.Using jacks. an Audio

to the matching Receiver

the Satellite

[
Satellite Receiver or Cable Box

witllRCAconnector

RearofTV

Audio

cable

Red

White

Note:

The Y, Pb and Pr jacks

do not provide provides

audio,

so audio cables of video

must be connected compared

to provide

sound. and

Note: The YPbPr connection S-Video connection. Note: (Menu YPbPr is set at default

the best quality

signal

to AV (composite)

to best perform

with iLD 720p and 1080i content, DVD") 15

set input to "Interlace

DVD"

for best performance - Picture

with regular

480i and 480p content.

- Mode - Input = "interlace

TV Installation

and

Connection

Guide

Connecting
Disconnect Use this method Note: described l .Using 2.Using

to a DVD
all power

Player
before

with
making

A/V or S Video
any connections.

Cables

sources

of connection

if your DVD player video

does not have component connectors, Connectors.

(Y, Pb, Pr) jacks. quality, 17) IN jacks. use the connection (Seepage.

If your DVD player for Cnnnecting an A/V cable, an S-Video

has component to a D VD Player

output

for best picture

with Component Audio

connect

the DVD player's

OUT jacks

to the TV's Audio

Cable,

connect

the DVD player's

S Video OUT jack

to the TV's S Video IN jack.

I
DVD Player RearofTV

ooo

oooD

Red i_ A/V cable with RCAcoeeector _ '_"

Note:

When you connect select

video

equipment first.

to both the same Video and S-Video the S-Video

input jacks,

the display

will

automatically

S-Video please

To view Video signal, S-Video S-Video is strongly

disconnect

jack or turn off the Video signal equipment

on the video

equipment.

recommended quality

for use if your VCR or video of picture than a composite

has the option.

input has better

Video signal.

16

TVlnstallationandConnectionGuide

Connecting
Disconnect Use this method

to a DVD Player
all power sources before

with
making

Component
any connections. has component

Cables

of connection video

if your DVD Player cable, connect

(Y, Pb, Pr)jacks. on

1.Using a component the TV. Colors on Component V: Green Pb (also identified Pr (a/so identified Note:

the DVD Player's

Y, Pb and Pr jacks to the Y, Pb and Pr jacks

Video

connectors:

as Cb, CB or B-Y): Blue as Cr, CR or R-Y): Red are sometimes labeled as Y, Cb and Cr, or B-Y and R-Y.

The Y, Pb and Pr jacks the cables cable,

on your DVD player colors.

If so, connect 2.Using

to the matching connect

an Audio

the DVD player's

Audio

OUT jacks

to the TV's Audio

in jacks.

DVD Player

I
(o ooo ooo)

R0arofTV
Red

White

Note:

The Y, Pb and Pr jacks

do not provide provides

audio,

so audio cables of video

must be connected compared

to provide

sound. and

Note: The YPbPr connection S-Video connection. Note: (Menu YPbPr is set at default

the best quality

signal

to AV (Composite)

to best perform

with HD 720p and 1080i content, DVD")

set Input

to "interlace

DVD"

for best performance - Picture

with regular

480i and 480p content.

- Mode - Input = "Interlace

17

TV Installation

and

Connection

Guide

Connecting
Disconnect Use this method

to a DVD Player
all power sources before

with HDMI
making

Cables

any connections.

of connection connect

if your DVD Player has HDMI jacks. the DVD Player's HDMI output terminal to the TV's HDMI-HDCP input

1.Using a HDMI cable, terminal.

DVD Player

RearofTV

(o

ooo

ooo)

Note:

HDCP is a copy protected with a HDMI

digital output

connection

that receives

analog

or digital HDMI

video and audio the transfer

signals of digitat

from equipment uncompressed (composite) Note: HDMI

that features

the HDCP function.

allows

data to the TV. This connection connections. signal is purely digital

is superior

when compared

to the Component,

S Video orAV

and provides

a better

picture,

it is better

than component,

S-Video on your

or

Video connections. equipment.

It is strongly

recommended

to use this connection

if you have this function

18

TV Installation

and Connection

Guide

Connecting
Disconnect 1.Connect jack. 2.Using Audio Audio

to a Satellite
all power sources

Receiver
before making

or Cable

Box with A/V Connectors

any connections. Receiver's or Cable Box's Ant (Antenna) to the TV

a 75-ohm

coaxial

cable from your Cable TV to the Satellite connect the satellite receiver's

and S Video cables,

Audio and S-Video

OUT jacks

and S Video IN jacks.

RearofTV

(9
(75-ohm Satellite or Cable Receiver Box coaxial Im_t_l_ cable) |

C coooecto
._ _ _

...........................................................

|
S Video cable lr I I _"

Note: When automatically

you connect select signal,

video please

equipment disconnect

to both the same Video and S-Video

input jacks,

display

will

S Video first. Video jack or turn off the Video signal on the video equipment. S-Video input has

To view S-Video S-Video better is strongly

recommended

for use if your VCR or video equipment Video signal.

has it because

quality

of picture

than a composite

19

TV Installation

and

Connection

Guide

Connecting
Disconnect

to a VCR,
all power sources

PVR,
before

or DV with
making connect

A/V Cables

any connections. the video equipment's Audio and S-Video OUT jacks to the

i .Using A/V cable and S-Video TV's Audio and S-Video

cables,

In jacks.

VCR

Rea r of TV

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ooo

ooo)

PVR

iiii
DV

iiiiQI
A/V cable with RCAconnector _

Red

Connecting Note: automatically

both Video select

IN and S-Video video equipment first. disconnect

IN to both the same Video and S-Video the S-Video jack or turn off the S-Video input jacks, signal display will

When you connect

S-Video please

To view Video signal, S-Video quality is strongly of picture

on the video equipment. input has a better

recommended than a composite

for use if your VCR or video equipment Video signal.

has it. S-Video

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TV Installation

and

Connection

Guide

Connecting or HD-Receiver
Disconnect

to a Blue-Ray with HDMI

DVD

Player

Cables
making

all power

sources

before

any connections. 1 .Using a HDMI output terminal terminal. Note: cable, connect the DVD's HDMI input
Blue-Ray DVD Player / HD-Receiver

to the TV's HDMI-HDCP

!2
the
HDMI cable !

HDCP is a copy protected analog or digital allows with a !tDMI HDMI

digital video output

connection signals

that receives HDCP superior

and audio

from equipment function. uncompressed

that features of digital is

the transfer

data to the TV. This connection to the Component, connections. is purely digital

when compared

S Video

RearofTV

or AV (composite) Note: better HDMI picture, signal

and provides S-Video on your

a or to use

it is better

than component,

Video connections. this connection equipment.

It is strongly

recommended

if you have this function

Connecting Connector
Disconnect

to a PC with

VGA

o|*

-t_

ll**"

PC all power sources before making


Audio cable

any connections. 1 .Using a D-Sub output terminal input terminal. 2.You may need to use a Stereo connectors to receive audio. mini j ack to Audio in 15 pin cable, connect the VGA

of the PC to the TV's VGA signal

RearofTV

21

TV Installation

and

Connection

Guide

Connecting
Disconnect 1 .Connect 2.Using Audio 3.Connect

to a D-VHS
all power sources cable (YPbPr,

with
before

HDMI
making

Cables
any connections. or antenna and S-Video to the Set-Top-Box's cables, IN jacks. equipment for video transmission IN jacks and record. the to the TV's HDMI for watching Antenna connect jack.

a 75-ohm

coaxial

from your cable or tlDMI to the TV's Audio

Audio

and S-Video

is strongly

recommended)

the Set-Top-Box's

and S-Video an I-Link

OUT jacks connect

cable from the Set-Top-Box the D-VHS's

to the D-VHS OUT jack

4.Using a HDM[ cable, recorded videos.

HDMI

D-VHS Cable / Satellite

I
I @ R.... cable fZV i-Link

[ Bo lcable

(75-ohm

coaxial

cable)

Set-Top-Box

| |

| _

Red A/V cable with Rear of TV

S Video

cable

Note:

HDCP

is a copy protected

digital

connection

that receives the HDCP

analog

or digital HDMI

video

and audio signals of digital S Video orAV

from equipment uncompressed (composite) Note: HDMI

with a HDMI output

that features

function.

allows

the transfer

data to the TV. This connection connections. signal is purely digital

is superior

when compared

to the Component,

and provides

a better

picture,

it is better

than component,

S-Video on your

or

Video connections. equipment.

It is strongly

recommended

to use this connection

if you have this function

22

TV Installation

and Connection

Guide

Connecting
Disconnect Use this method 1 .Connect 2.Using Audio 3.Connect 4.Using

to a D-VHS
all power sources

with
before

Component
making

Cables

any connections. (Y, Pb, Pr) jacks. to the Set-Top-Box's cables, IN jacks. equipment Audio videos. for video transmission and record. to the and Y, Pb and Pr OUT jacks Antenna connect jack.

of connection coaxial

if your D-VHS cable (YPbPr,

has component or antenna and S-Video to the D-VHS

a 75-ohm

from your cable or HDMI to the TV's Audio

Audio

and S-Video

is strongly

recommended)

the Set-Top-Box's

and S-Video an I-Link Audio

OUT jacks

cable from the Set-Top-Box video cables,

and Component

connect

the D-VHS's the recorded

TV's Audio

and Y, Pb and Pr IN jacks Video

for watching

Colors on Component Y: Green Pb (also Pr (also identified identified

connectors: Blue

as Cb, CB or B-Y):

as Cr, CR or R-Y): Red

[[iill ....

Note: The Y, Pb and Pr jacks Note: The YPbPr connection S-Video connection.

do not provide provides

audio,

so audio cables of video

must be connected signal compared

to provide

sound. and

the best quality

to AV (Composite)

Note: YPbPr is set at default to best perform with HD 720p and 1080i content, for best performance with regular 480i and 480p content. (Menu - Picture - Mode - Input = "Interlace DVD")

set Input to "Interlace

DVD"

23

TV Installation

and

Connection

Guide

Connecting
Disconnect

to an Audio
all power sources

Receiver
before making

/ Home

Theater

System

any connections.

l .Using audio

the audio cable,

connect

the TV's audio OUT jack to the audio receiver's

or Home Theater System's

IN or AUX IN jacks.

White

Audio

Receiver

(o

ooo

ooo)

Home Theater

System

RearofTV

Red Audio cable

White

Note: When for external Note: offin

connecting speakers.

an Audio

output

signal,

an external

Audio

amplifier

is necessary

to amplify

the signal

If you connect audio section.

a Home Theater Volume adjustment

Sound

System,

please

disable

the TV's speakers Receiver.

in the OSD by selecting By not disabling the

must be made on the Home Theater or the TV itself damage.

TV's speakers

it may cause the speakers

24

TVInstallationandConnectionGuide

Other

Audio

Connections
all power sources before making any connections. Receiver on page 24. such as a Home Theater System to amplify the audio

Disconnect See setup

instructions

for: Connecting

to an Audio

Note: Speakers from the TV.

must be amplified

using an audio receiver

JJJJll .... Speaker Outputs Red Rear of TV

White

Audio

cable

lliiii,, ....
RearofTV lleadphone Set

Note:

When headphone

is plugged

in the speaker,

it will turn into mute mode.

25

TV Installation

and

Connection

Guide

Instruction
1.Go to our website 2.Click 3 .Click

for Uploading
: www.olevia.com

New

Firmware
TV. of your Olevia TV and a USB flash drive.

and register

FutureProof(TM) on the instructions

your TV. You will need the serial number for your particular on the website model of Olevia model TV.

4.Follow the instructions firmware into the TV.

for your specific

to download

the new firmware

and to load the

26

,mote
Remote
Regular
_]_ POWER [] LIGHTING between ASPECT Aspect, [] FREEZE Dark,

Control

Guide

Function
Buttons

Keys & Description

Press to turn display Press to switch Medium,

on/off. the lighting Room. ratio between mode

MENU Display

Press to activate menu. Press to enter

or close the On Screen

Bright

ENTER

to Sub-Menu,

or highlight

and set up menu. Press to switch Full, Panoramic, (Optional BUTTONS the aspect Zoom, 1: 1 mode. unavailable) channels on DISPLAY Press to display the information current channel number and time. of

function

currently

[_ NUMBER the display.

Press to select

[]

RETURN

Press

to return

the previous-channel. the volume.

IFt VOL+/VOL[_ [] MUTE

Press to adjust

Press to mute the sound. BUTTONS between item. select the function the function : four main sections or

DIRECTION select "_/_

A/I_ Press to select Press to enter item or adjust [_ SOURCE

to Sub-Menu, the value bar.

Press to switch the source S-Video,

input between HDMI,

Tuner, Composite,

Component,

VGA, and VGA Component. [[[I AUDIO between [_ AUTO Press to switch the TVAudio SAP, Mono Press or Stereo screen mode. position automatically under VGA System

to adjust image

when the screen mode. [_ C.C. Press

is not centered

to call up the Closed (CS) list.

Caption

(CC) and

Caption

Service

_] FAVORITE Can be preset [_ SLEEP a preset []

Press to select favorite in OSD Menu.

channels.

Press to automatically period

shut offthe

TV after

of time has passed. to adjust channel up and channel

CH+ / CHdown.

Press

TIME Press to set the display off at the set time.

to automatically

turn

27

Remote

Control

Guide

Battery

Installation
below. by matching control's "snaps" the (+) and (-) on battery department. into the remote

1.Push the tab and pull it out as illustrated 2.Insert 3 .Replace control. two size AAA batteries to the diagram the cover (supplied) inside the batteries

the remote

back and make sure the cover

Note: 1.The display However, batteries quality 2.Handle unit comes with two new AAA batteries causes, the electricity drained. or completely please purchase dropping as accessories. of the accessory the are considered. in direct sunlight, gets not working may be remove due to uncontrollable may be partially of the batteries remote is needed,

We do not warrant

in any case since many factors it, placing

If replacement near a heater, wet, please properly required.

two AAA batteries. it wet. If the remote control

with care. Avoid

high areas of humidity wipe it dry immediately.

or getting

In the event of the remote of remote

or is in operational,

a replacement control

3 .If you do not use the remote the batteries 4.Do

for a long period types

of time, please life.

and store in a cool place to preserve

battery

not mix new and used or with different

of batteries

for operation.

28

Screen

Displays

(OSD)

After

you have finished

connecting

your TV, you are now ready in the OSD (On Screen

to choose menu.

and personalize There

your TV settings

Display)

are four main sections

in the OSD Menu:

Picture OSD

Screen OSD

Audio OSD

Setup OSD

e=

."

==

1 Press"

_'"_,,

button

to enter

OSD

menu mode. 2. To select between four main sections, and "T " the keys

press the keys"A" 3. To enter


"4

to Sub-Menu,press
"_ "

" ,"D =_ " or

4. To select

the function

item,

press the

keys "A", "T", "_,1", or "=_". 5. To adjust the value "<1" and "l_,_". bar, press the keys

6. To select

and set up, press

" _".

7. To go back to last OSD Menu or exit


M_NU

the OSD menu, press' ,@ , ' again without action for ] 2 seconds of inactivity.

or

29

On Screen

Displays

(OSD)

_.

= =

| !

1.

Selecting

the OSD Language

L.k!._
(To select the item)

The first time you power on the TV, there are three manguage formats avaimable for the OSD Menu. You maysemect it by doing the following: Engmish, Fran_ais, EspaS"oL

2.

Selecting

input Source

After the Language selection, the input Source Screen will appear for your semection.
,_the

(To select item)

(To confirm)

2.1 Tuner Source


2.1 Tuner By selecting a channel screens. : Tuner1 scan you must perform by following the menu

2.2 HDMI

: internam and externam applications. if the video through the audio (To select (To confirm) the item)

HDMm supports for PC and Video * Regular equipment

[ Z#ii
(To select (To confirm) the item)

- Semect Regumar supports audio

OR
2.2 HDMI Source

HDMI cable. (Notes : Most video equipment supports audio through HDMI cable,) * Externalif your device does HDMI not cable then

support audio through semect External

(To select the item)

(Notes : An example is your PC.)

30

On Screen

Displays

(OSD)

Picture
|o

OSD
o I e "

Adjusting
i_.

TV Picture

Settings

Brightness Contrast Color 6500 Native Comor Tint Sharpness Mode Lighting Input Dark VCR / Medium / Interlaced / Bright DVD / Room temp

To adjust To adjust To adjust

brightness

contrast

of the picture

comor contrast image color

of the picture intensity

To select To adjust

the nature

color

tones

of the picture

the comor intensity or increase red or green tones of the picture

To decrease To adjust

sharpness

or softness

of the picture

To adjust To select

darkness the video

or lightness input source

of the screen with varied qualities

Progressive DefTV Power Up / High

DVD / Standard DefTV/User / Home(Normal Use)

Showroom(Demo)

Step 1. Press Menu

Step 2. Press Up/Down until you see PICTURE, then press enter

Step 3. Press Up/Down until you see Color Temp, then press enter

Step 4. Press Up/Down until you see 6500, then press enter

31

On Screen Displays

(OSD)

Mode
In this "Mode" Index, modes you can select which is suitable one for of the picture the program
(To show the Main Menu) (To select the item)

you are watching.

To adjust screen * Dark

darkness

or lightness

of the

Room

: To darken

the screen

* Medium

Room

* Bright

Room

: To brighten

the screen

, I@1...

(To enter the sub-menu)

To select varied * VCR

the video

input

source

with
(To select the item)

qualities

* interlaced * Progressive * Standard

DVB DVD Def TV

.............. (_'/_'/_) rA7_I .............

sub-menu) (To enter the (To select the item)

............. (_7_! ............. L_: ,/',:Zi

* High * User

Def TV

(To go beck lest OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

32

OnScreenDisplays(OSD)

Power Selects for your

_ the TV. TV

: most (Read appropriate carefully, setting modes

Disable

Showroom
(Follow these

Mode and Enable


4 steps to activate Home

Home Mode
Mode)

effect

performance.)

* Showroom This mode

(Demo) is available

: for businesses demonstrate in


Step I. Press Menu and Scroll up/down to "Picture" and press the "Enter or Right Arrow key".

that will use the TVto

their stores. (Notes : This mode blocks most OSD settings,)

* Home This to view

(Normal provides

Use) : the best settings use.


Step 2. Scroll up/down to "Mode" and press "Enter or Rig ht Arrow key".

mode

the TV for regular

Step 3. Scroll up/down to "Power Up" and press "Enter or Right Arrow key".

Step 4. Scroll up/ down to "Home" and press "Enter or Right Arrow key" to activate HOME MODE.

33

On Screen Displays

(OSD)

In this Setup and picture preferences.

Index, settings

you can adjust to suit your

the video
(To show the Main Menu) (To select the item)

personal

o/%!_7"_"[_.) , .... @

sub-menu) (Toenterthe

Brightness
To darken or brighten the picture

Contrast
To reduce(soften) color contrast or enhance(deepen) of the picture ............... (To enter the sub-menu) [I._.'.'IZII_] /_') ............... (To adjust the settings)[[_[[Z[[_'[!

Color
To decrease of the picture or increase color intensity

:,'___'
(To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

Tint
It allows or green you to decrease tones or increase red of the picture.
(To show the Main (To select the item)

Sharpness
To soften or sharpen the picture

Menu)

_,

Color Temp
To customize 6500 Native To select picture the RGB settings

(recommended)
_1_' f'_'"'-'_-_._, '.. I01 .., _ (To enter the sub-menu)

: the nature color tones of the

r-_ (To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

34

OnScreenDisplays(OSD)

Audio

OSD

Adjusting

Sound

Quality

Treble Bass Balance Language MTS Mute Speaker HDMI Audio (Multi-channel Sound) On, Off On, Off Regular, External Engmish, Mono, Fran_ais, Espa_ol

It allows It allows It allows There It allows and mono It allows It allows a Receiver It allows

to adjust to adjust to adjust are three to select programs to mute

higher lower volume language

pitched pitched balance formats

sounds. sounds. of the R/L speakers available for program bilingual for

the best stereo broadcasting. SAP, Stereo

reproduction.

the sound between the sound.

reception

of stereo,

Television

the TV Audio

System. using

to turn On/Off or Home to select

the speakers System. audio

of the TV when input source.

Theater

the HDMI

In this Setup Index, you can adjust the audio settings to suit your personal preferences. Treble Decreases/Increases high pitch sounds.
(To show the Main Menu) (To select the item)

Illl'

i_7 ...............

sub-menu) (To enter the

Bass
Decreases/Increases low pitch sounds.

Balance
Adjusts best volume to R/L speakers for the stereo reproduction.
.............. (_7

(To select the item)

Language
There available may select Frangais. are three from: language English, formats You EspaRol,
[[_[[Z[[_]

sub-menu) (To enter the

.............

for program

broadcasting.

(To adjust the settings)

(To select the item)

[-A-7-_-i..............

Mute Mutes sounds.

>

Speaker Turns TV speakers On/Off when using Home Theater System.

r-_

_,

(To go back mastOSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

>

HDMIAudio
It allows to select the HDMI audio input source from the varied (HDMI Source Only) : input device External : input source from PC deivce source equipment.

from

varied

video

35

OnScreenDisplays(OSD)

[]
In this Setup settings Index, you can adjust personal the audio to suit your preferences.
(To show the Main Menu) (To select the item)

MTS Toggles audio through Mono. Stereo, SAP and

Mono Selects reduce

: Mono noise reception. during weak (Uses stereo to

broadcasts) SAP : audio to Secondary in Stereo Analog is present, Mode)


.....'.' _ L....; , % sub-menu) (Toenterthe

Selects Program.

(If no SAP signal

the TV remains

Stereo Selects

: Stereo reception when viewing

(To select the item)

a program.

,0,1 <11_1111111111111111111111111 _=='


(To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

36

OnScreenDisplays(OSD)

Screen
| e e

OSD

Adjusting
e_

Screen

Modes

Adjustment H.Position V.Position Fine Tune Aspect Ratio Aspect, Full Screen, I, Panoramic, Zoom Zoom 2, 1:1 Mode Cropping Medium, Source Tuner, Maximum) Composite,

It allows It allows It allows It allows

you to adjust you to adjust you to enhance you to select

the picture the picture the aspect

position position quality. ratio

horizontally. vertically. you

the picture

of the picture

are watching. Once activating this function, Then the picture will you are watching

On, Off (Off, Minimum,

will be enlarged. automatically. It allows you want

its edges

be cropped or video sources

you to select to view.

one of the picture

S-Video, Component, HDMI, VGA, VGAComponent

In this Setup settings

Index,

you can adjust personal

the screen

to suit your

preferences.

:,
I

Adjustment

(Analog Source Only)

Adjusts the picture position and its quamity.


H.Position :

(To show the Main Menu)

(To select the item)

Moves the picture left and right in the "Full Screen, Panoramic, and Zoom" modes.

V.Position

Moves the picture up and down in the "Full Screen, Panoramic, and Zoom" modes.
Fine Tune : picture flickering. : to its best position on the screen. [I._"[[_Z_'"] and displays ............... quality by reducing

, ..............

(To enterthe sub-menu)

Enhances horizontal Auto Adjust Sync

the image

automatically

sub-menu) ............... (T enter the (_/

(To adjust the settings)[i'_'::_'i:i_':i

>

Aspect

Ratio
(To go backlast

It allows you to select the aspect ratio of the picture you are watching.
Aspect Toggles aspect : picture ratio. between 16:9 /4:3

:,
I r-_

OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

37

On Screen Displays

(OSD)

Full

Screen

: to fill the 16:9

Enlarges screen. Panoramic Enlarges stretching

a 4:3 picture

: a picture from 4:3 to 16:9 by


(To show the Main Menu) ............... sub-menu) (To select the item)

it horizontally.

Zoom

1 : the image both horizontally

Stretches

and vertically.

Zoom

2 : the image which ends. [_"7"'_" ' both horizontally part of the ............... (To enter the _'/_', sub-menu) ",..!._L..,,' i (To adjust ' the settings)

Stretches image

and vertically, on both

will lose

&
(For AII of Sources except Tuner SOUrCe)

(To select [:_:[_-_:_:. theitem)

1:t Mode: Returns the image to its original mode.

>

Cropping Crops image, and then enlarges the screen,


* For AI| Sources except Tuner

it to fill

Or

Source

(For Tuner Source)

Crops 16 pixels on R/L edge of image,8 lines on top/bottom edge of image, and then enlarges it to fill the screen. On : (recommended) Off : (To go backlast

r -_._

_,

OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

OR
* For Tuner Off : Source :

Minimum (recommended) : To crop 16 pixels on the R/L edge of image, 8 lines on the top/bottom edge of image Medium : To crop 24 pixels on the R/L edge of image, 16 lines on the top/bottom edge of image Maximum : To crop 32 pixels on the R/L edge of image, 24 lines on the top/bottom edge of image

(Note: This feature under both vertical image,)

helps remove and horizontal

any noise visible edges of the

38

On Screen

Displays

(OSD)

In this Setup source view.

Index,

you

can select

the input to

r_
i

of the picture

or video

you want

(To show the Main Menu)

(To select the item)

Main Picture
it allows optional this input Tuner

Source
images from to

you to view video

equipment

connected

unit by selecting source. :

the appropriate

, I@1... f_-"_-':-l_',' _
Composite S=Video : : :

sub-menu) (Toenterthe

Component HDMI VGA : :

VGA=Component

(To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

39

+_

On Screen Displays

(OSD)

Setup
|+!

OSD
e|

Adjusting
" |e

Personal

TV Settings

TV

Channel Setup Auto Channel Search ChannelAdd Closed Caption


Analog Digital Font Size Font Color Type Type

Favorite, Cable

Skip,

Name Air

Standard,

It allows you to set up Channel functions. It can auto scan the available channels of the TV or CATV. It allows It allows you to add channels you to select to your favorite type channel shown list. on

the Closed

Caption

the TV program. Off, CC1-4, Off, CS1-6 As Broadcaster, As Broadcaster, Medium, Black, Red, Background Parental Enter Rating MPAA Block Color Black, Red, Control Password Rating Unrating On, Off G/PG/PG-13/R/NC-17IX On, Off TV-Y/TV-Y7/TV-Y7-FV TV-G/TV-PG(V,S,L,D)/ TV-14(V,S, (V,S,L) Canada Canada Channel Change Timers Date Menu and Time Timeout 10, 20, 30 English, On, Off On, Off Fran_ais, Espafiol English French Block Password Sleep It can be set to turn on / off the TV automatically time. It allows period Language DPMS LED Settings Settings Settings Version by Input you to set the information of time has passed. when no video panel of "Date and Time". after a preset It can be set to shut off the TV automatically It allows you to set the OSD Menu language. TV and Backlight will shut off automatically source is detected when DPMS is active. Light on the front Mode Mode It can be set to turn on/off of the TV. It can reset sources. It can reset all parameters all parameters the LED at the set Rating Rating L, D) / TV-MA Small White, Cyan, White, Cyan, Green, Yellow, Green, Yellow, Blue, Magenta Blue, Magenta Stypel-7 Large, T1-4

TV Rating

Factory Factory Firmware

in OSD Menu in OSD Menu

for all input for the in the

source you select currently. You can see the firmware version HDTV unit.

here that

installed

4O

OnScreenDisplays(OSD)

][" .

fto Index,

fl "

| . I | " all

In this Setup channels

you can pre-search the programs.

r -_

before

watching

:,

,B.:Z:fl
(To select the item)

Auto

Channel

Search

(To show the Main Menu)

Will scan and preset all receivable channels automatically.

............... J_!_}

sub-menu)

(To enter the [A_.-/-___-_i(To select the item

Cable Selects

: cable if using tuner as the input.

*Auto * Standard * HRC * IRC

............... i_/[j _j

sub-menu) (To enter the (To selectthe item

Air

: air if using antenna.

Selects

(NOTE: The Auto Scan is set to scan cable TV channels by default, You cannot receive and set the cable TV channels and VHF/ UHF channels at the same time.)

', /_/ {-,4

_ .,'

(Toenterthe sub-menu) (Toselecttheitem

!._.._..[.i

*,............... i_'/ [A !__j

sub-menu) (To enter the (To selectthe item

_i_/

*,...............

(To enterthe sub-menu)

[__,
(To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

41

On Screen Displays

(OSD)

In this Setup suit your

Index,

you can edit channels preferences.

to

personal

,'__' , , _,+_
(To show the Main Menu)

[f7 +i ............
(To select the item)

Channel channels

Setup automatically.

Will scan and preset all receivable

............... i_A__/_[_'

sub-menu) (To enter the (To select the item)

[]

Favorite Selects channels.

: and stores a list of favorite

Browses pressing

through Hotkey

favorite

channels

by

............... +

sub-menu)

"FAVORITE".

enter the LA.../.._.i :,:)(To select the item) (To

(_'/ .............. [IA_I'_::_II

(To enter the sub-menu) (To selectthe item)

_(_

...............

sub-menu) (To enterthe

L__!_.[_i
(To select the channel) (To set up)

+++, a__J
(To go back last QSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

42

OnScreenDisplays(OSD)

Skips

channels

from

viewing.

(NOTE:

Once this function

is set, the
(To show the Main Menu) _. _/ _:_ii_'_:i ," (Toenterthe sub-menu) (To select the item) (To select the item)

skipped channels after searching.

will not be displayed If you wish to view later,

enter the channel number by pressing the numeric keys on the remote control.)

,, /_I [A_/_[_,

(Toenterthe sub-menu) (To selectthe item)

-............... _

sub-menu)

{'._'/ i (To enter the [:_i'_'_.: i (To select the item)

(,'_ ...............

(To enter the sub-menu)

L_.!!.,
(To select the channel) (To set up)

r-_ (To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

43

._

On Screen Displays

(OSD)

Name Creates

: a personal name for each channel.

(Name will appear in the upper-right of the screen)

corner
(To show the Main Menu) sub-menu) (To enter the [-A--/-_-i (To seleotthe item) (To select the item)

[]

',. /0/.; _ "_--'_-_-_ _.../..._ i

(Toenterthe sub-menu) (To select the item)

(To enter the sub-menu) [-_-._._-_._i (To select the item)

(To select the item)

(To set up)

i__./____i_:_

A/vi
(To select the channel) (To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

44

OnScreenDisplays(OSD)

_;_ Channel
Adds the channel FAVORITE

Add
currently channel on display list. I m (To select the item) to

(To show the Main Menu)

............... r_"7_T'i

sub-menu) (To enterthe (To selectthe

item

(To enter the sub-menu) ___=_z._:__[-A--7-T" (To selectthe item

............... {,'_7 i_/Ti

sub=menu) (To enter the (To select the item

(Keyin channel numberby pressingthe numerickey)

i i r-_q

[
(To go back last OSD Menu

_,
Menu)

or exit OSD

45

On Screen

Displays

(OSD)

Displays signal

the audio as text

portion

of a television screen.
(To show the Main Menu) (To select the item)

on the television

>

Analog
If there the analog scrolling CC1 CC2 Text

Type
is Closed Caption Closed data shown type by on TV channel, CC1-4, you can select Caption T1-4.

............... ,_ i_7 A / [.i

sub-menu) (To enterthe (To select the item)

your preferred through

: is used for most programs : may be used for alternate languages : is used for network and station such as channel board, guides, for Closed
_, ............... ('_'_ % sub-menu) (To enter the

information, schedules, Caption

or bulletin programs.

Digital

Type

Selects preferred Close Caption type by scrolling through CS1 - 6.


...... i',_7 ______, ub-menu) the s (To enter (To select ............... iii:'Z:__:i

>

Font
Selects preferred font by scrolling Style I-7. through As Broadcaster, (Digital TVchannel only)

[1_1/_-.__:',

the item)

Size
Selects through Small. preferred (Digital font size by scrolling Medium, As Broadcaster, Large,

,'___'
(To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

TV channel only)

Font Color
Selects through Green, Magenta. preferred Blue, font color by scrolling White, As Broadcaster, Red, Cyan, Black, Yellow,

(Digital TV channe/ only)

>

Background
Selects scrolling White, Magenta. preferred through Green, (Digital

Color
background As Broadcaster, Red, Cyan, TV ehannel only) color by Black, Yellow,

Blue,

46

On Screen Displays

(OSD)

r-_7_

This function allows programs to be restricted and controlled by parents.

,'= = =,, ,,,,UlUlUlUlUlUlU _P,. .['i"7"_'i ...........

>

Enter

Password

(To show the Main Menu)

(To select the item) ', /O/ i,_/..._.[ ; (Toenterthe sub-menu)

Password is necessary to enter and re-enter the Parental Control Menu screen. (NOTE: The Factory is "999999".) Default password

,,"_;---Z',, -

(To select the item)

..............._'_

sub-menu) the (To enter

Blocks system.

programs

based

on programing

rating

(Key in pressing numeric the key )

The TV Parental the rating station signal or cable

Control service

features local provider.

by receiving broadcasting
I r-_ I

from your

(To go back

last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

_;_ Rating
* On- To activate * OffTo disable rating function functions

all of rating

47

On Screen

Displays

(OSD)

>

MPAA Rating
Motion provide shown Picture movie on TV. Association ratings, of America those r -_
I__il

including

G= : (General P G : (Parental Children

Audience) guidance 13 should

No restriction. suggestion) be accompanied

(To show the Main Menu)

(To select the item)

under

(_.__i!

sub=menu) (To enter the

by an adult. PG-13 Children : (Parents under strongly 13 should cautioned) be accompanied

[i iZi i! Toso,oettho,tom

by an adult. =R: (Restricted) older. Viewers should be 17 or ............... Viewers should sub=menu) (To LL/..[i (To entertheitem) seleetthe NC-17 : (Not classified) be 17 or older.

X : (Adults only)

(_ ...............

(To enter the sub-menu)

(To select the item)

<.
(To set up)

i [_@_=,

(To go back last OSD

Menu or exit OSD Menu)

48

>.

TV Rating
U.S. TV ratings are for TV programs Television r -_ rated according to the U.S. Parental Guidelines.

'L'__ _',@w_ _[i7_i ...........


only) Ta shaw the Main Menu) (To select the item)

TV-MAIVlSIL

: (Mature

audiences

...............

sub-menu) (Ta enter the (Ta select the item

TV=141VlSILID cautioned)

: (Parents

strongly

(_'/

[_./.____i

TV=PGIVlSILID suggested)

: (Parental

guidance

!Y_Q

: (General

audience)

..[[[[[[[[o, L_../_. i

S Ub- m en u ) (Ta enter the (Ta select the item

TV=Y7/FV : (Directed 7 or older)

to children

under

TV-Y : (All children)

(NOTE: When you block the Iower rating, the higher age-based ratings are blocked automatically.)

(_7 ...............

(Ta enter the sub-menu)

Block
You may block

Unrating
select "On" for MPAA This allows or movies a rating. that Unrated you to are t

(To select the item)

and TV Unrating. programs broadcast without

@)
(To set up)
I

To watch unrated channels,

re-activate

MPAA Unrated and TV Unrating to "Off".


(NOTE: The unrated option is available U.S.A. as

r-_ =,I [
(To go back last OSD Menu ar exit OSD Menu)

only when you have selected your coun try/region.)

49

On Screen Displays

(OSD)

>

Canada

English

Rating in English

It is available for TV programs broadcast in Canada. C : (Intended for children

under 8)
acceptable to watch
(To show the Main Menu) (To select the item)

C8+ : (Generally considered for children aged 8 and older on their own) G : (General Audience)

............... !__Z.__i

sub-menu) (To enterthe (To selectthe item)

P G : (Parental consider some for unsupervised aged 8=13.

Guidance) Parents may content inappropriate viewing by children

14+ : (Not suitable for viewers the age of 14) 18+ : (Adult)

under
,,,_..._,.._,, !_ _ i_/T i su b- m e nu ) (Toenterthe (To select the item)

mi

NOTE: When you block the lower rating, the higher age-based ratings are blocked automatically.

...............

(To enterthe sub-menu)

(To select the item)

(To setup)

r-_
(To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

50

Canada

French

Rating
in French

It is available forTY programs broadcast in Canada. G : (Generam Audience)

,
recommended the age of 8) for children (To show the Main Menu)

[:(:?.::f:i
(To select the item)

8 ans+: (8+ General--Not for young children under : (Not suitabme the age of 13)

............... i.A/,T.i

sub-menu) (To enter the (To select the item)

under

16 arts+ : (Not suitabme under the age of 16) 18 ans+: (Restricted

for children

to adults)

(To enterthe sub-menu) [i_-Zi_i (To select the item)

To enterthe sub-menu)

(To select the item)

(To set up)

=;,.q [O, i

(To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

51

On Screen Displays

(OSD)

>

Channel

Block

In this Setup Index, you may select the blocked ratings to suit your personal preferences.

:, I

[i Zf-!
(To select the item)

(To show the Main Menu)

............... _ _7_i i._../_..i

sub-menu) (To enter the (To select the item)

, /@/, / _j

(Toenterthe sub-menu) (To select the item)

(To enterthe sub-menu)

(To select the channel)

(To set up)

r=_ m == I (To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

52

On Screen Displays

(OSD)

>

Change
You may password within

Password
change to a new the preferred numeric key by pressing

r -_

:,

6 numbers.

(To show the Main Menu)

(To select the item)

('._ .............. ['_'.'-/-]]_-]i

(To enter the sub-menu) (To select the item)

............... i._._._.i

sub-menu) (To enterthe (To select the item)

_[_-

',. _/

,,' Password" (Toenter"Enter screen)

(Key in password pressing the numeric key )

...............

enter"Enter (To confirm Password"

New and then screen)

(Key in new pressing numeric the key )

...............

enter "Confirm New (To confirm and then Password" screen)

(Key in new password again by numeric key )

(To go back

last OSD Menu or exit OSD

Menu)

53

On Screen

Displays

(OSD)

"

"

ii

"

>

Date

and

Time

r _._
I___ I

In this Setup Index, you can setup the Date, Week, Time Zone, and Current Time on the TV.
Date Date source : is set automatically is used. (Manual however, : displayed setting. when if not used) NTSC is adjustment

(To show the Main Menu)

(To select the item)

.[[[[[[[[[[[[[** i_$_/_.,

sub-menu) (To enter the (To selectthe item)

necessary Day

of Week

It will be automatically according Time where Zone you to the Date : available

...............

(To enter the sub-menu)

You can select live.

time

zone

Current Time source

Time is used.

: when NTSC is (Manuam adjustment

is set automatically however,

necessary

if not used)

Adjust Option based Auto

for Da_liqht will be selected on settings Calibration

Savinq above. :

Time

:
(i_[[) (To enter the sub-menu

automatically

Once activating this function, the information of "Date and Time" will be corrected automatically based on accurate time.

NOTE: Once marking the "Auto Calibration 'setting, all settings shown on the "Date and Time" screen will be invalid.

L__!.L
(To cycle selecting)

(To confirm)

[_O_,
(To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

54

On Screen Displays

(OSD)

"

| "

||

"

Timers
In this Setup Sleep Time Index, you can setup the
(To show the Main Menu) (To select the item)

on the TV.

Sleep Shuts time

: offTV after a preset by scrolling minutes. period of has passed through

,./@/,,

sob-menu)

30, 60, 90,120

i_/ ...............

(To enter the sub-menu)

...............

Menu

Timeout

[i_:'/_'_:i

(To seJect the item)

[_:]_._'._:i

In this Setup Index, you can setup the OSD Menu display time before disappeared when no action is taken.

'_D ,lJ _@,


(To go backiast OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

55

OnScreenDisplays(OSD)

Languages
There available select English, are three it doing language the following: Espa_ol. formats You may for the OSD Frangais, Menu.

r -_
i

(To show the Main Menu)

(To select the item)

,..............

(To enter the sub-menu)

iA/vi
(To select the item)

DPMS
TV and Backlight will shut off automatically when no video source is detected when DPMS is active,
* On- To activate * OffTo disable this function

this function

_ i| _, r-_&_ [__,

>

LED

Settings

It can be set to turn on / off the LED Light on the front panel of the TVwhen shutting off the TV.
* On- To activate * OffTo disable this function

(To go back last OSD Menu or exit OSD Menu)

this function

III _

IIo

Factory
manufacture

Settings
all OSD settings settings to original sources, for all input

You can reset

>

Factory
manufacture select

Settings
all OSD settings

by Input
settings to original you for the source

You can reset currently.

Firmware Version You can see the firmware version here that installed in the HDTV unit.

56

ifications
TFT LCD Panel
Panel Size Aspect Ratio Pixels Dynamic Contrast Ratio H/V(ViewAngle) Gray to Gray Response Time 26" (Side Speaker) 16:9 1366X768 800:1 160,, (H)/150 8ms o (V) 32" (Side Speaker) 16:9 1366X768 1600:1 178o (H)/178 8ms o (V)

PC Compatible Frequency

30~85KHz(H) 50~80Hz(V) / Max.1360x768 @60Hz

30~85KHz(H) 50~8OHz(V) / Max.I360x768@6OHz NTSC/ATSC 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i Zoom, Full Screen, 4:3, 1:1, Panoramic

Video Compatibility DTV & HDTV Compatibility Aspect Ratio Adjustment

3D Comb Filter 3 : 2/2:2 Pull Down

Y Y Y Native, 6500

Digital Noise Reduction Adjustable Color Temperature De-interlacer VGAAuto Frequency Correction TV Auto Frequency Detection

Y y

Auto Sound Level Control Output Watt Sound Effect

Y 2 (10W + 10W) MTS (Mono I Stereo / SAP)

TV Tuner Video Input HDTV & Video Input Service Port

Combo RF (NTSC/ATSC)

Tuner xl R/Lx3

Composite (CVBS) xl, S-Video xl, YIPblPr, YlCblCrxl, VGA/Component xl, HDMI xl, R/L x2

RS232C Port (Mini DIN 8 Pins) xl, Firmware Upgrade Port (AType) xl

Audio Output

Output : Earphone, R/L xl

* NOTE : Product Specification

is Subject to Change without Notice.

57

TFT LCD Panel


' Power (Voltage) (Power Consumption) Stand-by Dimensions (W x D x H) Carton Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight w/stand Gross Weight 100-240 VAC / 50-60 HZ 161 W <lW 30.7 in x 7.56 in x 18.5 in 32.68 in x 8.81 in x 21.85 in 23.8 Ibs 29.11 Ibs

....
164W <lW

.........

100-240 VAC / 50-60 Hz

37.76 in x 9.37 in x 22.20 in 42.80 in x 12.40 in x 25.35 in 35.5 Ibs 45.4 Ibs

Dimensional

Drawing

..... _..... Size Model ........... 26"

17.59 in

38.78 in

17.32 in

7.56 in

18.50 in

4.10 in

32"

20.67 in

37.76 in

23.58 in

9.37 in

22.20 in

4.92 in

58

" g Mode

for VGA and HDMI(PC

YPbPr

480p 720p 1080i

59.94 60 30 60 75

VGA

640x480

800x600

60 75

1024x768

60 75

1280x768 1360x768 HDMI(PC) 640x480 800x600 1024x768

60 60 60 75 60 60 75

1280x720 1280x768 1360x768

60 60 60

59

els

Policy

SyntaxBrillian's D.O.A. Policy for LCD HDTVs for Defective Pixels on LCD Panels
(Applicable to the LCD HDTV sold within USA & Canada only)

LCD HDTVs are evaluated at a distance of approximately 50 centimeters (approximately 20 inches) between the LCD panel and the eyes of the user at a 90 degrees viewing angle. All LCD panels have been tested to ensure they comply with our factory standards. Our evaluation is based on the number of defective pixels and the distance between any two defective pixels. Bright dots are dots that appear bright and unchanged in size when a LCD HDTV screen displays under a black pattern; dark dots are dots that appear dark and unchanged in size when a LCD HDTV screen is displayed under pure red, green, or blue patterns ("defective pixels"). Adjacent dots are dots located directly next to each other. Customers are required to check their LCD panel immediately after purchase. To identify defective pixels, the LCD panel should be examined under normal operating conditions as mentioned above, preferably in its native display resolution, and with a 90 degrees viewing angle. A LCD HDTV will be considered dead on arrival (D.O.A.) with regards to defective pixels on the LCD panel when any one of the following criteria is met: _ Atotal of 7 defective pixels including both bright dots and dark dots are present (the typical 30" LCD Television screen has 1 million pixels), or _ 2 or more pairs of adjacent bright dots are present, or _ 3 adjacent bright dots are present, or _#3 adjacent dark dots are present. In view of customers' concerns about dead pixels, SyntaxBrillian would like to address that defective pixels are not ultimately avoidable with the current LCD industry standard panel manufacturing processes. We always strive to improve our technology and minimize the chance of occurrence of defective pixels by applying strict screening processes in our factory production processes. However, SyntaxBrillian cannot guarantee that a return unit to our customers will be 100% free of defective pixels. For questions, please call our toll free service number in the USA at 888-Syntax-Brillian-8.

"At Syntax-Brillian Corporation, most important focus."

a satisfied

customer

is our

6O

Y
3:2 pull as three down fields, = Process of converting frame 24 frames per second film to video by repeating one film frame

then the next film

as two fields.

1
480I

1
every every every

2
1/60 1/60 1/60

2
of a second; of a second; of a second; 1/30

1
image image image

1
is displayed is displayed is displayed

1
by interlace

2
scanning. scanning, scanning, scanning,

2
See See See

= 480 lines of display

also Interlaced 4BOP = 480 lines of display also Progressive. 720P 1OBBI 16.'9 Ratio 4_3 = Aspect ratiounder SDTV; Active colors Alarm mode. Alarm Aspect Time Ratio = Time specified = The ratio Television as to when Systems the unit will power on. See Alarm. of a picture. organization that is non=profit Matrix = Feature TFT (Thin are modulated. Results see Aspect Ratio - A type of display contrast Olevia ratios models. suitable Allows technology for video. the unit to power on from the stand by where the three primary in better - 720 lines of display = 540 lines of display = Aspect ratio under by progressive by interlace as widescreen; also Progressive, x 2 every of a second; movie image is displayed See also Interlaced Hi Def. and theater formats, Also known see Aspect by progressive

Film Transfer)

on the Syntax=Brillian

of an image standards or metal

according Committee;

to the width international, television.

and height

ATSC = Advanced committed Reference: Bezel Balance Backlight

to developing

for digital frame that

http ://www.atsc.org that lights acts like a shell around up the LCD display. Olevia models that adjust which the left and right allows the user to to white. the user to the LCD glass. = Refers to the component, = Feature from the speakers. on the OSD for the Syntax=Brillian display Television to transparent (Cable that of color that is illuminated. Television) Olevia models that that allows that allows the user sets up. Olevia models the user add or Olevia models, range or opaque. Colors from black

= Refers to the plastic

on the OSD for the Syntax=Brillian

sound output Background change Brightness Channel scroll delete Channel Channel the source Channel

= Feature

the OSD background, - The measurement Antenna = Feature Favorite

CATV = Community through

on the OSD for the Syntax=Brillian

a defined

list of channels

Edit = Feature Source of their Auto

on the OSD for the Syntax=Brillian on the OSD for the Syntax=Brillian Select TV for antennae

a channel. = Feature channels. - Feature channels = Feature for better Olevia models lets the user select that when initiated, or CATV for cable television. Olevia models

Scan which

on the OSD for the Syntax-Brillian are available and which arenot= See Channel Edit.

will determine Channel to tune Chroraa

If a desired Olevia

channel that

is not accessible, enables the user

you can add the channel Fine Tune the channel Caption

in manually. reception.

on the OSD for the Syntax=Brillian

models signal.

= (Chrominance)

Refers to the color characteristics

of a video

CC = Closed

61

Glossary

Color person Color normal

- The

term

refers colors

to the

amount

of color

present.

This

varies

between

each

user,

as each

perceives Temperature or cool any

differently. on the Warm colors. OSD for the Syntax-Brillian red, may cool Olevia models blue, person and that enables doesn't depending on warm,

- Feature settings. primary

color of the

emphasizes This setting

emphasizes each

normal

emphasize how Comb color

affect

individually

is perceived. - A filtering while permitting system designed to removal unwanted artifacts by rejecting certain

Filter

frequencies Component color). producing Composite brightness are contained

others. input that resulting uses high in more quality color cables (one for brightness, and two for

- A three increases

RCA type

Process a more

bandwidth picture. as CVBS, A single wire. in luminance

information

to be carried

to theTV

accurate known one wire.

- Also under

Technology video signal

that that

permits carries

the

combination brightness

of color and

information information

and

both

color

in a single

Contrast CRT DB15

- Difference

between

the

white

and

black

colors.

- Cathode - Also

Ray Tube. referred to as VGA; See VGA an LCD interlaced glass maximum the video image signal. is displayed of 2x on. 165 See MHz Video (1920x Resolution 1080@60Hz,

De-Interlace Display Dual 1280 DVIwhen DVI-A DMI-Dto the TV; Area Linkx 1024 Digital paired

- Process - The See

of converting of the Supportsa

perimeter Link;

Single

bandwidth

@ 85 Hz). Video with Interface a high-end Video Video DVI Integrated; Cable that supports analog and digital signals; SeeDVI Describes video card the and technology flat panel that displays is used to take full advantage ofasignal

- Digital Digital See

Hi-Resolution Interface

Analog Digital; Cable is used for direct connection from one digital source

DVI-I-DigitaIVideoInterface DTV - Digital Television - Feature

Factory to factory F-Connector Flat-Panel appliances Frame second. Gain HDCP HDTM High

Default default.

on the

OSD

for

the

Syntax-Brillian

Olevia

models

that

resets

all

menu

options

- The Display sector

standard - ultra

connector thin displays,

found usually

on video found

equipments in notebooks screens. odd lines.

that are

coaxial now

cables entering

connect the TV

to.

as new

technology that

enables includes both

wider/larger even and

- A complete

picture

30 video

frames

are

present

in 1

- Describes - High - 1.High Definition

the

amplification Digital

level Content

of a particular Protection

signal.

bandwidth Definition signals - A unit that

Television (720P/1080I). supports - Refers the

2. Designates

as the

unit

having

a built

in ATSC

tuner

to decode

HD-Ready Horizontal line. IR - Infrared - term

High

Definition

displays

(720P/1080I) black and white

with lines

the

help

of a Set-Top along

Box.

Resolution

to the

number

of vertical

defined

a horizontal

Input

used

in the

On Screen

Display

62

Glossary

Interlaced of an image's reassembling Language read LCD LCoS LED

- Images odd the lines even

are

the

result

of lines from results

of data top

reassembled. taking

Interlaced about 1/60

refers

to the

process

reassembled lines the which OSD for

to bottom picture.

of a second,

before

in a full Syntax-Brillian

Antonym: Olevia models

Progressive that enables the OSD to be

- Feature

on

the

in different - Liquid - Liquid - Light

languages. Crystal Crystal Display on Diode to the brightness measurement in which really Television on the noise systems brought displayed a succession Otherwise of an image. of brightness of parallel known curved as the lines moire produces effect. a pattern to the Silicon

Emitting - refers

Luminance Lux Moire naked NCTA Noise from NTSC OSD Over PAL - 1 Lux

= 1 footcandle; illusion does not

- A visual eye, but

exist.

- National reduction the tuner

Cable

Association OSD for the on Syntax-Brillian the LCD unit. Olevia models that enables channels

- Feature box to reduce

displayed Committee

- National - On Screen Scanning - Phase

Television Display; - An image

up by pressing is larger than

the

menu

button area

on the

TV or the

Remote.

the

display

Alternating - The

Line ability feature to the an to block that access to specified one source horizontal content from an unsuitable audience. source, image,

Parental PIP Pixel PIP Plug

Control

- Picture

in Picture;

enables

to be displayed and in front vertical

on top that

of another the

Resolution - Picture and Play

- Refers

number image

of rows

produces image,

in Picture; - Describes before

Allows the

to be displayed or software that

of another and

hardware

is installed

does

not

require

any

configuration Progressive Antonym: RGBRefresh Usually Saturation SCART Usually SDTV SECAM Red,

using. or lines of data that is reassembled from top to bottom sequentially.

- An image Interlaced green&blue - Refers

These to the

primary maximum

colors number

provide

the

basis that

for the

many monitor

different can

colors. per second.

Rate measured

of frames

display

in hertz. amount of a particular for color present in an image. equipment developed by Peritel.

- The - An industry associated

standard with

interconnecting equipment. usually

audio-video

PAL video

- Standard - Sequential

Definition Color that

Television with Memory

in 4801/P

format. Couleur Avec digital Memoire transmissions (i.e. High

or Sequential and

Set-Top-Box Definition Sharpness Single (1920 Split Link x 1080 screen Cable

- box Box,

is capable Cable

of receiving box). the

decoding

Digital

- Tries

to artificially a maximum 1280 that

enhance

edges

of a picture. MHz

- supports @ 60 Hz,

bandwidth @ 85 two Hz).

of 165

x 1024 places

- Feature

images

side

by side.

63

Glossary

Swapviewable Tint UnderUp

Button boxes

featured with the the

on theOlevia main viewable level where within the

remote. box. the image

Used

in the

POP3

or PIP12

views

to swap

the

sub

- Adjusts scanning

whiteness Term used

color.

Similar

to Hue. is smaller than the display area.

displayed signals

convert - Chip

- Process that

of converting access Array to the

a 480P/I to forbidden 2. resolution

to 720P

or 1080I. by an adult.

V-Chip VGA Video Video

controls

content

specified

- 1. Video Display

Graphics - Refers

(DB15) display

Resolution

VGA SVGA XGA QVGA SXGA+ UXGA QXGA QSXGA+ QUXGA

640 x480 800x600 1024 x 768 1280 x960 1400 x 1050 1600 x 1200 2048 x 1536 2800 x 2100 3200x2400

WXGA SXGA WXGA+ WSXGA WUXGA QSXGA

1280X800 1280X 1024 1400 X 1050 1680 X 1050 1920 X 1200 2560 X 2048

Viewable Widescreen YCbCr YPbPr

Angle

- Angle with with

at which standard progressive

the screen interlaced video

is still viewable. video equipment. See Component

- See 16:9

- Used often - Used often

equipment.

See Component

64

Model

WM-30D PANELDISPLAYMOUNT
Thanksyou for purchasingthe Syntaxpanel displaymount Toensurethecorrectusage,pleasereadandfollowthe instructionsmanualthoroughly.Pleasestorethe instructionsina safe place for futurereference.

All mountsand adapterscarry a limitedlifetimewarrantyfrom shipdate againstdefectsin materialand workmanship. Weare not liablefor improperinstallationthat resultsin damageto mounts,adaptersor presentation equipment.
Special techniques are necessary for installation of the panel display mount. Donot attemptto perform thisworkby yourself. Requestan installation specialistto installthis unit. Manufacturer ssumesabsolutelynoresponsibility injuriesanddamagesthat mayoccurdueto improperinstallation a for and handling. Pleaseremember that if youremovethe paneldisplayfrom thewall later,youwill find thescrewholes andanchorboltsfor the mountingunitleft onthewall. _lso notethat longuseof the paneldisplaymay discolorthewall aroundit dueto its heatand airflow.

To ensure customer safety, be sure to decide the installation location so that the strength is sufficient to withstand the weight of both the panel display and the wall mount. Always use at least two people for all installatio ns. Fully tighten all of the mounting screws as specified in the installation instructions.

Displaybracket.... 2 pcs
A ,,_ . 14" o -e./_;,is

Wallmountbracket...1pcs

Low profile 2 5!8" 16" or 24" stud mounting points Easy installation Flat to 15 deg tilt (no tools required) Lateral movementfrom center for better viewing position

//

24"

Lockingbar... 1pcs

ArmHook....2cs p 0

Assembleleft and rightarms perfig 1


PlasticTri Knob... 2 pcs

5t16" Flatwashers...4 pcs

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5116" 2 1/2" Lagbolts...4pcs x

PlasticWasher...6 pcs

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M4x 16mm G M3x 16mm H M4steellatwasher f I Squaremulti-mountwashers...4pcs J 4 lockingwasherseach 8mm,6,5,4,3 U M3 steel flatwasher M6 x 16mm M M5x 16mm 114-20 5t8" CarriageBolt... 2 pcs x

114-20518" HPM x T Screw...2cs p S 1t4" StarrWasher...2cs p T

M8x 16mm

BOTTOM

114-20 nylocknut...2 pcs

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WARNING
The wallwhere thewall mountisto be installedmustbe capableof long-termsupportofthe total loadof the paneldisplayandwall mount.Measuresshouldalso betakento ensuresufficientstrengthto withstand force of earthquakes, ibrationand otherexternalforces. the v Note: Incorrectinstallation causethe panel displayto fall and cause injury. can

Totalload of the panel(panel display+ wall mount) MAXIMUMWEIGHT200 LBS (92 kg)

INSTALLATION ONA WOODENWALL


Always installso that the load is supported bya wood stud. If the strengthof the wood studsis not sufficient,add reinforcement. Do not install on decorativeposts or plaster board. Always confirmthe center of the stud is used for the installation.

CAUTION
Avoidinstallingin locationswhere temperature the and humidityare excessively high,and wherecontactwith any water is possible.Thesecan resultin fire or electricshock. Do not installcloseto an air conditionerintakeor outlet.Donot installin locationswherethereare excessiveamountsof dust, oily smokeor tobaccosmoke.Firecouldresult. Do not blockthe ventilationholes. Leavesufficientclearancein regardto thesurroundings avoid blockingtheventilation. to The internaltemperature couldelevateand possiblyresult in fire. Installthe panel(4")or moreawayfrom surroundings. Installonlyon a verticalsurface.Avoidslopedsurfaces.Also, do notinstallfacingupward.Theinternaltemperaturecould elevateand possiblyresult in fire. Injuryor damagecouldalsoresult fromfalling. Do not installin locationswherethereis excessivevibrationor impact.Injuryand damagecouldresultfrom the paneldisplay falling. Do not installwherethere is directsunlightor otherstrong light.Stronglightcouldresult in eye fatigueduringusage.

WARNING
Use the specifiedboltsand screwsin the specifiedplacesand tightenfirmly.Failureto do this couldcauseinjuryif the panel displayfalls. Do not alteranyof theparts.Do not usebrokenparts.This couldresultwith injurydue to the paneldisplayfalling. Makesurethat both hooksfrom the eachpivot bracketengagewith thewall bracket. Failureto do socouldcausethe panel displayto fall. Alwaysuse at least two peopleto performthe installationwork. Injurycouldresultfromdroppingheavyobjects.

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The bracketmust be securedto the wall studscapableof at least (4) timesthe weight of the unit. The wall bracketshouldbe mountedat the same horizontalcenterline as the displaycenterline ( viewinghorizontalcenterline). Usingthe four lag bolts( E ) andwashers supplied( D ) Level and securethe mountingplate to the centerof the wall studs Pre drill 3/161 (5ram)hole for lag boltsfig.2

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CENTER LINE

WOOD STUDS (std construction 2 x 4 studs/l/2i wallboard)

FLOOR LINE

Laythe display panelfacedownon a protected surface.Position theleftandtherighthandbracket(A )withtheslotsfacingtowards top. the SeeFig.&Notebottom edge!Usingtheproperscrews,squaremulti-mount ashers w andlockwasherssupplied ( F,H,or H andI ). Position brackets the equaldistance from topto bottomandtightenhardware.

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SquareMuiii:mountwasheri ii ] MountinghardwareF,G,H,J,K,L,M,U ,,_ _, Display bracket(A ) right3 Note: 10ck-washer Add (J) mm,6,5,4,3 8 .................

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Warning: Do not attempt to install wallmount without both washers, not doing so will result in severe damage to your display. /_ _ Displaybracket(A ) left

Panel display bottom

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Lift displaythe rackets onto wall See Fig4 Positionthetop and bottominto the slots.Seefig the with b attached, the plate.

5 and Fig 6 insert the locking (C) asshown in fig 5 with the locking holesfacing up to match the holesin the wall mount bracket(B). Make sure the dispJaybrackets bar engage the rails on the wall mount bracket (B) Seefig 5. Securewith a padlock (not supplied)if requiredthru homes the mockingarr (C)and wall mountbracket (B). Fig 5 in b

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LateralMovement:
Once the display on the wail is complete you can still move the display left to right to optimize the finaJviewing position, by gently sliding the unit on the wall bracket. The adjustment distance will vary depending on the display model being installed. See fig 7 Adjust for best viewingangle (up to 15 deg.) Usingthe Tri knob (k). After adjustmentis completetighten bothtri knobs(K). Seefig 6

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