Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product 63 TG 63, 55 TG 68, 70 TG 73, 72 TG 85, 84 TG 87 Metz
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TV . VIDEO. AUDIO. MEC ABLITZ Astral-MF 63 TG 63 - 100 MT Spectral-MF 55 TG 68 - 100 MT Nordkap-S 70 TG 73 - 100 MT Stratos–SF 72 TG 85 - 100 MT Linos-S 84 TG 87 - 100 MT Operating instructions.
2 Contents Remote control handset RB11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 1. Setting up and connecting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1.1 Turning the TV on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3 Batteries: Insert the enclosed batteries in the remote control, observing the symbols on the cover of the battery compartment. Remove exhausted batteries from the remote control and return them to your dealer or to an authorised battery collection point.
4 Connecting the aerial Standard SAT and terrestrial station aerial sockets are fitted at the rear of the TV. Thunderstorms represent a danger for all electrical appliances! If lightning strikes the power line or the aerial, the TV may be dama- ged even if it is switched off.
5 Turning on with the ON/OFF key Before turning on a cold TV in a warm room, first allow any condensation mist that may have formed on the screen to evaporate.
6 2. Programme selection 1. Select programme position 2 (only the first 9 programme positions in the station table are occupied) 4. Next programme You can step sequentially through the programme positions with the keys.
7 ? return OK P + + - AV --/- - P 123 456 789 0 A B TV ? MENU Operator help Switch set on/off Prog select Next programme Basic video/audio settings Sound interrupt Change vol.
8 3. Presetting TV stations In the sub-menu Standard , you can select the colour and/or the transmission standard. The TV set normally recognises the colour stan- dards (PAL, SECAM, NTSC) automatically, but the transmission standard must always be set manually.
9 OK TV Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 4. Store the setting and return to TV picture TV picture Prog Logo Chan./Freq . Signal ▲▼ >> weitere Einstellungen Std, Pict., Sound 696+03A-GB LOGIC ARD ZDF SA T 1 00 06 34 40 Video Rec.
10 3. Presetting TV stations Autostore function, sorted to countries The autostore function automatically scans through the entire reception range to locate stations. The located stations are presented in the station table and can then be stored by way of the key.
11 3.1 Sorting stations In the „Sort“ submenu you can move, exchange, copy, or delete the stationss stored in the programme positions. The „Sort“ submenu is displayed automatically after the autostore function has found all available stations.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 12 3.2 Fine tuning The individual channels are automatically tuned to channel centre for station tuning. As a rule, this automatic tuning will be sufficient. Apply manual fine tuning if automatic tuning does not produce satisfactory results.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 13 TV TV picture 3.3 Allocating a station logo A logo of up to 8 characters is provided for each station via the VPS signal. The station RTL 2, for example, receives the logo RTL 2.
14 4. Changing individual picture settings 14 Note: All settings modified in this menu can be stored by calling the „Video standard values“ or „Audio standard values“ menu respectively and pressing the key. The stored values can be recalled at any time with the key.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 15 4.2 Adjusting the video and audio standard v alues 1. Call the TV menu 2. Example 1: Call the „Video standard values“ sub- menu. Adjust and store the sharpness. 3. Example 2: Call the „Audio standard values“ sub- menu.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 16 5. Equipment configuration Assigning the function keys The remote control handset has three factory programmed function keys A, B and C . Press the key in normal television mode to reveal the factory programming.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 17 5. Equipment configuration Assigning the function keys 4. Select the function for TV mode (in this example „Subtitles“) 5. Switch to Hi Text mode and program the function keys 6.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 18 5. Equipment configuration Settings for programme change 2. Call the settings for programme change 3. Set spatial sound when changing programmes 4. Set the PC „time out“ 5.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 19 Programme Std Pict. ▲▼ << weitere Einstellungen Logo, Channel, Signal 696+06A-GB LOGIC ARD ZDF SA T 1 Auto.
20 Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation Programme Std Pict. ▲▼ << weitere Einstellungen Logo, Channel, Signal 600+06C-GB VTR1 ARD ZDF SA T 1 Auto.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 21 Programme Std Pict. ▲▼ << weitere Einstellungen Logo, Channel, Signal 696+06H-GB LOGIC ARD ZDF SA T 1 Auto. Auto. Auto. Auto. Auto. Auto. Auto. Auto. Auto. Auto. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 — — — — Sound — — — — Chrom.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 22 The copy operation with the selected devices is now active. If any subsequent switching operations could interfere with copying, a warning box with the text „AV recor- ding“ will be displayed and the requested switching operation will not be executed.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 23 7. AV recording Video recorder ➜ video recorder Example: You want to play back a film from the logic video recorder connected to the EURO 2 socket and record it on the video recorder 2 connected to the EURO 1 socket.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 24 Switch-on time: Switch-off time: Reminder time Time of day: OK P + + - AV --/- - P 123 456 789 0 A B TV ? MENU Time settings.
25 TV picture Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 4. Enter the reminder time (Example: 21.45 hr) OK P + + - AV --/- - P 123 456 789 0 A B TV ? MENU Time settings 6.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 26 Time settings Childlock Timer recording Basic setting of MVS OK P + + - AV --/- - P 123 456 789 0 A B TV ? MENU Timer/childlock 696+08F-GB ? MENU return Help TV picture 8.1 Childlock Switching on Your TV set can be protected against unauthorized use.
27 Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 4. Enter your personal code 5. Enter the beginning and end of the viewing period Call the TV menu and enter your personal code AV OK P + + - AV --/- - P 123 456 789 0 A B TV ? MENU Childlock 696+08I-GB 01 02 05 -- -- -- : -- -- : -- Childlock.
Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 28 Imissione data 1 1.12 14:20 600+08K-GB Prog Date VPS — — — — — — — — — — : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : . . . . . . . . . . Time of day — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — enter date 04.
29 9. Connecting headphones Headphones can be connected to the TV by way of the connecting socket underneath the fascia cover at the front. The socket will only accept headphones with a 3.5 mm ( Nordkap 6.3 mm ) jack plug. We recommend the use of headphones with an impedance of at least 32 Ohms.
30 The Hi Text file displays all the subjects available on a specific programme position and the chapters belonging to the currently selected subject. The range of subjects and chapters depend on the transmitting station and can therefore be completely different in each programme position.
31 This function enables you to run through the individual pages. Just as in a book, you can leaf forwards or backwards from the displayed page. Press the right side of the key to step backwards, and the left side of the key to step forwards. This function enables you to run through the individual chapters.
32 Multiple pages are indicated by a dark bar with the subpage numbers on the left-hand side of the display- ed page. The bright numbers indicate the number of subpages contained in this multiple page. The number of sub- pages is transmitted by the stations at intervals of 20 seconds.
33 10. Hi T ext 10. Hi T ext Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation Direct page selection Return to last index page After depression of the first numeric key, the num- ber of this key, followed by two hyphens, appears at the top left of the screen.
34 When the B * key is pressed for the first time, the upper part of the selected page is displayed with the font size doubled. You can scroll slowly through the page by holding down the key.
35 There will be certain Hi Text pages, e.g. stock market, news, weather forecast, etc., that you willl want to read repeatedly. We have pro- grammed a way of making it easier to read such pages: Hi Text pages can be flagged with the aid of marks (similar to tabs in a file).
36 When the required page is displayed (in our example page 589), press the red key again to set the second mark. „MARK 2“ is now displayed at the top left-hand corner of the screen. 10 marks can be set on each programme position, as long as the total number of marks assigned does not exceed 100.
37 After the C key has been pressed, a panel with „Mark 1“ will be displayed. On programme positions without a mark, a white field will be displayed with the text „No mark“. Each time the green key is pressed, you advance to the next mark. In this manner you can run through all pages on which marks are set.
38 Press the C key to call the page where the mark is to be erased. * Depending on how the function keys are program- med. The factory setting is C . Erasure of the mark on the current text page changes the sequence of the remaining marks.
39 The teletext transmitted by the station is superim- posed on the picture at the bottom of the screen. The subtitle function can be activated or deactivated with the A*, B* or C* function key. This TV enables you to display programme subtitles automatically.
40 Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 11. Special picture effects 1. Switch on the zoom function and enlarge the picture 2.
41 11. Special picture effects Still picture The current frame is „frozen“ on the screen when you press the II key. The TV programme (or the video film) continues to run in the backgro- und. Pressing the II key again switches back to the current programme (or video film).
42 13. Remote control handset for video recorders RB 1 1 123 456 789 0 OK P + P - AV TV MENU + - VTR REC TIMER B 10 0 H z -/-- Ȅ C PRG. Ĳ Ĳ ɮ • Video recorder On/OFF • Programme position selec.
43 14. Connecting peripheral equipment Video recorders can be connected to the TV set via the antenna socket or one of the EURO sockets. We recommend that you use one of the EURO (Scart) sockets for this purpose, since only the EURO sockets have separate inputs and outputs for picture and sound signals.
44 14. Connecting peripheral equipment Connecting external devices In the menu „Device connection“, you can define which AV devices are connected to the various sockets on the TV set. The box „Devices“ contains a list of common AV devices. Only certain devices can be connected to the FRONT sockets.
45 The picture quality of a video film can be impro- ved in a terrestrial programme position with a standard channel. The video signal for this programme position must be set to „Aerial“. To ensure optimum picture quality the „VCR“ function must be switched on.
46 14. Connecting peripheral equipment V ideo recorders V ideo signal In the following example, logic video recorder 1 is to be connected to the EURO 1 socket. Example: Connect video recorder 1 to the EURO 1 socket. Press this key on the remote control.
47 14. Connecting peripheral equipment Pay-TV decoder This Pay-TV decoder decodes the scrambled signals of a Pay-TV station (e.g. Premiere) so that they can be displayed on the screen of the TV set. For connection of a Pay-TV decoder, you need a EURO (=Scart) cable in which all 21 pins are assigned.
48 14. Connecting peripheral equipment P ay-TV decoder V ideo signal Press this key on the remote control.... The screen displays Explanation 1. Select the Pay-TV program- me position and call the station table 2. Call the submenu „Signal“ 3. Select video signal „via decoder“ 4.
49 15. T echnical data Guarantee 15.1 Upgrade kits • SAT upgrade kit 081 NB 1010 For satellite reception without an additional receiver. • SAT upgrade kit 083 NB 1018 A SAT receiver. Can also receive uncoded ADR ( A stra D igital R adio) transmissions.
50 2-channel sound transmission: Separate reproduction of 2 sound channels, e.g. 2 different languages. Audio Latin for „I hear“ - The sound frequency range audible to the human ear is between 60 to 20,000 Hz approx. Camcorder A video camera with integrated video recorder.
51 What is Data Logic? Until now, your TV set and your video recorder were two separate and independent devices. With the new "Data Logic", we have created a dialogue system with which the TV set and the video recorder can exchange data.
52 18. Index A ccess to riddle solution (Hi Text). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Aerial connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Allocating a station logo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
53 T roubleshooting and care of the set If there is a technical fault in your TV set, the complete lamp assembly must be replaced by a trained technician! The TV set may be opened and repaired only by a trained techni- cian. Any unauthorized attempts to open or repair the TV may result in the guarantee becoming null and void.
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