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Safety Precautions

Care when setting

RM-C2020

LCD

DISPLAY

CHANNEL

VOLUME

MODE

BACK

ZOOM

ECO

MENU

TV/VIDEO

RETURN

+

Clear SD

1

3

2

4

6

5

7

9

8

0

OK





9

CH

VOL

CH

VOL

 Auto

 16:9 Zoom

 16:9 Zoom Subtitle

 Full

 Regular
 14:9 Zoom

Zoom

 Regular

Zoom : Change the aspect ratio

OK

1. Select

2. Set

 16:9 Zoom

Picture

Picture Mode

 Sharpness

 Colour
 Tint

 White Balance

 Features

 Backlight

 Brightness

 Contrast

Soft

Warm

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ภาษาไทย

Set Up

 Language

English

Castellano

Melayu

ไทย

Portugues

Français
Укpaїнcькa

Pуccкий

Set Up

 Group-5

 Group-2

 Group-4

 Group-3

 Group-1

 Teletext Language

Set Up

 Auto Program

5 %

CH 40

OK

Set Up

Edit

PR       ID                       

01

CH / CC

05  

07 

08

10

09 

CH  28

CH  32

CH  03

CH  12

06 

02

03       BBCABC

CH  47

CH  09

CH  02

CH  05

CH  11

CH  07

04       ABCDEF

OK

OK

OK

Adjust Volume

HDMI

PC IN

(D-SUB)

Pb

Pr

L

R

L

R

V

PC/HDMI

(ANALOG AUDIO)

Y

V

/

VIDEO-2           VIDEO-1

PC

Y/V

Y/V

Pb

L

R

Pr

Pb

L

R

Pr

VIDEO-2

VIDEO-2

OK

Set Up

 Area - 2

 Area - 1

Country Area

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M EN U

1

Set Up

Channel Summary

CH/CC           ID                       

CH 02

Skip

CH 06  

CH 08 

CH 09

CH 11

CH 10 

CH 07 

CH 03

CH 04       BBCABC

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

CH 05       ABCDEF

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Set Up

 Auto Program

5 %

CH 40

Set Up

Cable

Air

 Auto Program

OK

OK

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 4  PC

 1  Video - 1

 3  HDMI

 2  Video - 2

AV Select

 0  01

OK

1. Select

2. Set

Thank you for buying this JVC LCD panel television.

To make sure you understand how to use your new TV, please read this manual thoroughly before you begin.

•  Follow this manual regarding setup!
  - Connect only to a 110-240 V, 50/60Hz AC outlet.
•  Make enough room for inserting and removing the power 

plug!

•  Place the TV as close to the outlet as possible!
  - The main power supply for this TV is controlled by inserting or removing 

the power plug.

•  Never cut or damage the power cord!
  - If the AC plug is not the right shape, or the power cord is not long 

enough, use an appropriate plug adapter or extension 
cable. (Consult your retailer)

•  Unplug the power cord when going out!
  - The power buttons on the remote control and the TV unit 

cannot completely turn off the TV. (Make appropriate 
arrangements for bedridden people.)

•  Do not allow the TV to fall!
  - Do not rest your elbows on, or allow children to hang from the TV.
  - There is a risk that the TV will fall and cause injuries.
  - Make use of the hole on the back of the stand to prevent the TV from 

falling easily.

•  If the TV is damaged or behaving strangely, stop using it at 

once!

  - Unplug the power cord and contact your retailer.
•  Never place anything on the TV!
  - Placing liquid, naked fl ames, cloths, paper, etc. 

on the TV may cause a fi re.

•  Never expose to rain or moisture!
 - 

To 

prevent 

fi re or electric shock, never allow 

liquids to enter the unit.

•  Never insert objects into the cabinet 

openings!

  - It many cause a fatal electric shock.
  - Take care when children are near.
•  For more details on installation, usage and safety ➔ Consult your  
 retailer.

•  Hold the TV so as not to scratch the screen!
  - Do not touch the screen when carrying the TV.
•  Never dismantle the rear panel!
  - It many cause an electric shock.
•  Never obstruct the ventilation holes!
  - It may cause overheating or a fi re.
•  Handle LCD panel with care!
  - Use a soft, dry cloth when cleaning.
•  Never try repair the TV yourself!
  - If the problem cannot be solved in “Troubleshooting” unplug the power 

cord and contact your retailer.

•  If a television is not positioned in a suffi ciently stable 

location, it can be potentially hazardous due to falling. Many 
injuries, particularly to children, can be avoided by talking 
simple precautions such as:

  - Using cabinets or stands recommended by the manufacturer of the 

television.

  - Only using furniture that can safely support the television.
  - Ensuring the television is not overhanging the edge of the supporting 

furniture.

  - Not placing the television on tall furniture (for example, cupboards or 

bookcases) without anchoring both the furniture and the television to a 
suitable support.

  - Not standing the television on cloth or other materials placed between 

the television and supporting furniture.

  - Educating children about the dangers of climbing on furniture to reach 

the television or its controls.

9 Power requirements

  Connect the power cord only to a 110-240V, 

50/60Hz AC outlet.

9 Installation requirements

  To avoid overheating, ensure the unit has ample 

room.

•  To prevent the TV from falling thread the belt 

through the hole on the back of the stand and 
secure it to the TV rack.

Hole for belt

Belt 
(not provided)

Screw (not provided)

GGT0335-001A-H
0310SCT-NF-MT

© 2010 Victor Company of Japan, Limited

WIDE LCD PANEL TV INSTRUCTIONS

LT-19A1

ENGLISH

200 mm

50 mm

150 mm

150 mm

50 mm

1  Power On / Off

2 Colour buttons

3  Turn on “Clear SD”

4  Turn on “Zoom”

5  Turn on “Eco Mode”

6 To Teletext

7  Display on-screen menu

8  Operate the menu

9  To previous screen

!  Volume control / Turn off muting

" View the Teletext

#  Change channel / Page / Hyper Scan

$ Channel information

%  Switch between TV / Video input

&  Return Plus / Return function

(  Turn the volume off / on

)  Change channel / page

1 / 2  Select Main menu. 

 

(Picture / Sound / Features / Set Up)

3 / 4  Select sub menu.
1 / 2 Change 

setting.

When 

2  is shown.

 

2  Display function setting.

 

3 / 4 Select function.

 

1 / 2  Change setting.

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or 

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 Exit from Menu.    

OK

 Confi rm after setting.

• Please see “Menu operation guide” at the bottom of menu on-screen.

1

JVC logo appears

Select a language.

4. 

Select the teletext language group.

5. 

Automatically register channels (Auto Program).

6. 

Check what was registered.

•  If you want to edit channel, follow Edit 

function in Set Up menu.

1. Select

2. Set

1. Select

Hyper Scan :

  Press and hold 

#(!..%,

 . PR changes without changing the picture screen.

  Once you release the button, the picture of the selected PR will appear.

Return Plus : Return to the frequently viewed channel.
  Return Plus Programmed by select the frequently viewed channel then press and hold 

RETURN+

.

  Return Plus Canceled by press and hold 

RETURN+

.

Return : Return to the previously viewed channel.

Move the picture with 

3 or 4 

while this bar is displayed.

•  When 720p or 1080i or 1080p 

signal is received, “Full” and 
“Slim” can be selected.

•  In PC mode, “Regular” and 

“Full” can be selected.

•  Insert the batteries
  Use two “AAA/R03” dry cell batteries. 

Insert the batteries from the 

· end, 

making sure the 

· and ª polarities are 

correct.

“AAA/R03” 
Batteries

WARNING:
Batteries shall not be exposed 
to excessive heat such as direct 
sunshine, fi re or the like.

If this symbol is shown, 
it is only valid in the  
European Union.

Remote control buttons and functions

Initial Settings

Display MENU.

Set Up and connections

Component input Composite input

DVD Player

Game Video

VCR

HDMI Analog /
DVI Analog / PC Audio

Video camera

Game consoles

VCR (DVD player)

DVD player
(HDMI compatible)

VCR

(DVD Player)

PC

AERIAL

To VIDEO-1

To VIDEO-1

Select Country Area.

•  The power on the unit can also be used.

Area-1 : Asia, Middle East, Europe, Oceania, Africa
Area-2 : South America, Philippines

1. Select

2. Set

•  The select the new Country Area after Initial Setting has completed.

(While the cursor is pointing to Picture 
menu and hold for 3 seconds.)

If you select Country Area to “Area-1”

If you select Country Area to “Area-2”

Using the TV’s Menu ---> Area - 1

4. 

Select Air or Cable.

5. 

Searching for the channels (Auto Program)

6. 

Check what was registered.

•  If you want to set undesired channels 

to be skiped, follow Channel Summary 
function in Set Up menu.

1. Select

2. Set

Picture

Picture Mode

Backlight
Contrast
Brightness
Sharpness
Colour
Tint
White Balance

Select the picture as you like.
(Standard / Soft / Bright)
Darker <--> Brighter
Lower <--> Higher
Darker <--> Brighter
Softer <--> Sharper
Lighter <--> Deeper
Reddish <--> Greenish *Only NTSC
Select the white balance of the picture. 
(Cool / Mid / Warm)

Features

Clear SD

For clearly picture
(Off / Mode-1 / Mode-2)

Colour 

Management

For natural - looking pictures. 
(Off / On)

Picture 

Management

Fix bright / dark pictures. 
(Off / On)

Colour 
System

Select an appropriate Colour system. 
(Auto / PAL / SECAM / NTSC3.58 /    
NTSC 4.43 / PAL-M / PAL-N)

Zoom

Change the aspect ratio.
(Auto / Regular / 14:9 Zoom / 16:9 Zoom 
/ 16:9 Zoom Subtitle / Full)

Sound

Stereo / I

9

II

Select the stereo, mono or bilingual language.
(I / II / O / 

m / Mono )

Bass

Weaker <--> Stronger

Treble

Weaker <--> Stronger

Surround

Ambient sound (Off / On)

Balance

Left Stronger <--> Right Stronger

Al Volume

Prevent sudden increase or decrease of sound. 
(Off / On)

Features

On Timer

Turns on the TV from standby mode. 

PR 

Select a channel. ( 01 - 99 )

On Timer  Set a time. ( 00:00 - 12:00 )

Sleep Timer

Turns off the TV to standby mode.

(Off / 10 / 20 / ...120)

Blue Back

Display a blue screen and mute the sound when the 

signal is weak or absent. (Off / On)

Eco Mode

Adjust picture contrast to match your room brightness. 

(Off / Eco-1 / Eco-2)

Set Up

Auto Program
Edit / Manual

Automatically registers channels.

Move

Move a channel position by 

and Adjust by 

3 / 4.

ID

Edit a channel name  by 

(Red)

.

Insert

Insert a channel by 

(Green)

.

Select a CH/CC by 

3 / 4.

Enter number by 0-9 buttons.

Delete

Delete a channel by 

(Yellow)

.

Manual

Register a new channel by 

(Blue)

.

Beginning channel search by 

(Red)

 and 

(Green)

.

Channel fi ne tunning by 

(Yellow)

 and 

(Blue)

.

If the picture or sound is unnatural by 

 for select a system.

Language

Select your desired on screen display language.

Video-2 Setting Switch between video and component signal. 

(Video / Component)

Teletext 

Language

Select Teletext language group.

(Group-1/ Group-2/ Group-3/ Group-4/ Group-5)

HDMI Setting Setting for HDMI input. (Size / Audio)

PC Setting

Setting for PC input.

(Auto / PC Position / Phase / Pixel)

OR

VIDEO-2

VIDEO-1

V-Scroll

Troubleshooting

Severe noise or snow

Check the aerial cable and TV connections .
Check the direction of the aerial.
Check the aerial or its cable damaged or not.

Patterns, stripes or noise

Interference caused by devices such as an amplifi er, personal computer, 
or a hair drier, Move it away from TV.

Ghosting (Doubling of images)

Interference occurs caused by signal refl ection from mountains or building. 
Try to adjust the aerial’s direction or use another antenna.

Cannot turn it on

Ensure the power cord is connected to the AC outlet correctly.

Cannot operate the remote control.

The batteries may be exhausted. Replace with new batteries.
Ensure that you are operation the remote control at less than 7 meters 
from the front of your TV.

Remote control stops working

Unplug TV, several minutes later plug it in again.

Aspect ratio changed unintentionally

Press “

ZOOM

” button to return to your settings.

PC screen alignment is off

Adjust the “PC Position” in “PC Setting” of Set Up menu.

Blue screen appears on the screen

Switch “Blue Back” to “Off”.

Strange picture when using an external device

If the top of the image is distorted, check the video signal quality itself.
If movement appears unnatural when receiving a signal from a DVD 
player, etc. with 625p (progressive-scanning), change the output setting of 
the external device to 625i (interlace-scanning).

Viewing Teletext

Language group for Teletext

Group

Languages

Group-1 Turkish, Hungarian, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, 

Greek, Swedish, Finnish

Group-2 Polish, Serbian, Croatian, Slovenian, Czech, Slovak, Rumanian, German, 

French

Group-3 Russian, Bulgarian, Lettish, Lithuanian, Estonian, Ukrainian, Serbian, 

Croatian, Slovenian, Czech, Slovak, English, German

Group-4 Arabic, Hungarian, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, 

Swedish, Finnish

Group-5 Farsi, Hungarian, English, German, French, Italian, Swedish, Finnish

•  If the characters are unreadable. ➡ Select different Teletext language group.

You can watch the Teletext broadcast channel with Text Functions.

1

 

  

  TV mode <--> TEXT mode

2

 Select a Teletext page by press number button (0-9).

  • Move up or down a page by CHANNEL +/-. 

List Mode

Book mark your favourite page.

MODE

2ED

'REEN 9ELLOW

"LUE

for select to save

Press number button 
for enter the number 
of page.

save

• Recall your favourite page by press the colour button.

Hold 

Hold the current page.

• Cancel by press this button again.

Reveal 

Display hidden information.

example : answer to a quiz, etc

Size 

Double the size of the displayed text.

Index 

Returns to page “100” or a previously designated page.

Cancel 

Leave the current page open, while you switch to watch 

TV.
• Useful when running a page search.

Sub-page 

Display the number of Sub-page.

• Cancel by press this button again.

Terminals / Connectors

Main unit

Broadcasting systems B / G / I / D / K / M / N

Colour systems

PAL / SECAM / NTSC 3.58 MHz / NTSC 4.43 MHz 
/ PAL-M / PAL-N

Channels and 
frequencies

Area-1

VHF low channel (VL) = 46.25 to 140.25 MHz
VHF high channel (VH) = 147.25 to 423.25 MHz
UHF channel (U) = 431.25 to 863.25 MHz

Area-2

VHF low channel (VL) = 55.25 to 127.25 MHz
VHF high channel (VH) = 133.25 to 361.25 MHz
UHF channel (U) = 367.25 to 801.25 MHz

Receives cable channels in mid band (X to Z+2, S1 to S10),
super band (S11 to S20) and hyper band (S21 to S41)

Sound-multiplex 
systems

NICAM ( I / B / G / D / K ), A2 (B / G / D / K)
MTS (Multi-channel Television Sound)

Teletext systems

FLOF (Fastext), WST (World System Teletext)

Power requirements

AC 110 V - 240 V, 50/60Hz

Audio output
(Rated power output)

3 W + 3 W

Speakers

(3.5 cm x 5.5 cm ) x 2

Power consumption
[standby]

32 W

[0.5 W]

Screen size
(visible area size 
measured diagonally)

47 cm

Dimensions
(W x H x D: mm)
[without stand]

475 x 356.8 x 181.3
[475 x 311.8 x 59.5]

Weights
[without stand]

4 kg

[3.5 kg]

Accessories

Power cord x 1
Remote control unit : RM-C2020 x 1
AAA/R03 dry cell battery x 2
Screw x 1

Specifi cation

What is “Clear SD”

LCD picture is unstable due to a large number of signal noise. Such noise 
appears extensively especially when an LCD displays SD signals. Clear SD 
mode resolves disadvantage for better picture quality.

Connect a “DVI” device to “HDMI” using “DVI-HDMI” conversion cable. 
Connect analogue sound output of the DVI device to L and R terminals in 
INPUT VIDEO-2.
•  Set “Audio” in “HDMI Setting” to “Analogue” or “Auto”.

Technical information

Watching Video or DVDs

Sound and Colour system in your country or region

Area

Country or Region

System System

Asia, 
Middle 
East

Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates,
Yemen, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore,
Thailand, India, etc.

B/G

PAL

China, Vietnam, etc.

D/K

Hong Kong, etc.

I

Islamic Republic of Iran, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, etc.

B/G

SECAM

Philippines, Taiwan, Myanmar, etc.

M

NTSC

Europe

Russia, etc.

D/K

SECAM

Czech Republic, Poland, etc.

PAL

Germany, Holland, Belgium, etc.

B/G

UK, etc.

I

Oceania Australia, New Zealand, etc.

B/G

PAL

Africa

Republic of South Africa, etc.

I

PAL

Nigeria, etc.

B/G

Egypt, Morocco, etc.

SECAM

South 
America

Agentina, Paraguay, Uruguay

N

PAL

Brazil

M

Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Venezuela, 
Ecuador, etc.

M

NTSC

1

 Select the input source.

•  HDMI Analogue / DVI Analogue / PC Audio use terminal common with 

VIDEO-2.

•  We may change the design and specifi cations without notice.
•  HDMI, the HDMI Logo and High-Defi nition Multimedia Interface are 

trademarks  or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.

Terminal name

Terminal type

Signal type (IN)

Input 
terminals

VIDEO-1

RCA connectors x 3 Composite video, Audio L/R

VIDEO-2

RCA connectors x 5 Composite video, Analogue 

component 480i (525i) / 576i (625i), 
Progressive : 480p (525p) / 576p 
(625p), 
HD : 720p (750p) / 1080i (1125i) / 
1080p (1125p) 
Audio L/R

HDMI

HDMI connector x 1 HDMI 480i (525i) / 480p (525p) / 

576i (625i) / 576p (625p) / 720p 
(750p) / 1080i (1125i) / 1080p 
(1125p)

PC INPUT

D-SUB (15 pins) x 1 Analogue PC signal

HDMI Analogue/
DVI Analogue/  
PC Audio

RCA connectors x 2 Audio L / R

  • Operate the connected device and play video.

2

 Select “Set Up” Menu.

  HDMI setting 

: Setting for HDMI input.

   

Size  

:  Auto / 1 / 2

   

 

  If wrong screen size appears in 480p (525p), 

   

 

  change to “1” or “2”

   

Audio  

:  Auto / Analogue / Digital

   

 

  If no sound, change to “ Analogue “ or “ Digital”

 PC 

Setting  

: Setting for PC input.

   

Auto  

: Automatic adjust by 

2.

   

PC Position   : Adjust screen position by 

3 / 4.

   

 

  And set by 

OK

.

   

Phase  

: Sets the focus of screen.

   

Pixel  

: Adjusts the horizontal feature of screen.

Poor picture quality

Unnatural colour >>  Adjust “Colour” and “Backlight”.
 

Check “Colour System”. If “Auto” is selected.

 

Select the specifi c colour system manually.

Noise >>  

Set to the following functions.

 Picture 

Mode 

Standard

Dull picture >>  

Set to the following functions.

 Picture 

Mode 

Bright

Poor sound

Adjust the “Bass” and “Treble”.
If receiving a poor signal in “Stereo/I

II” switch to “Mono”.

Adjust the channel reception using “Manual”.

For HDMI signal, wrong screen size.

Switch “Size” in “HDMI Setting” to “1” or “2”.

For HDMI signal, green and distorted screen

Wait a little for the signal to stabilize when switching the signal format for 
an “HDMI” device.

For HDMI signal, No picture / No sound

Use the cable marked with HDMI logo.
Check if the device is compliant with HDMI.
Switch “Audio” in “HDMI Setting” to “Digital” or “Auto” for HDMI devices, or 
“Analogue” or “Auto” for DVI devices.

Some functions do not work.

It is not a malfunction. Some functions (dark background) in the menu do 
not work depending on the situation.

Black or white dots appear on the screen.

LCD panels use fi ne dots (“pixels”) to display images. While more than 
99.99% of these pixels function properly, a very small number of pixels 
may not light, or may light all the time. It is not a malfunction.

No picture, No sound

Some input do not output from OUT terminal.

If a problem occurs when you are using the TV, check the below troubleshooting guide before calling for repair.

Connect “DVI” devices

CH / CC

Using the TV’s Menu ---> Area - 2

Picture

Picture Mode

Backlight
Picture
Brightness
Detail
Color
Tint
White Balance

Select the picture as you like.
(Standard / Soft / Bright)
Darker <--> Brighter
Lower <--> Higher
Darker <--> Brighter
Softer <--> Sharper
Lighter <--> Deeper
Reddish <--> Greenish *Only NTSC
Select the white balance of the picture. 
(Cool / Mid / Warm)

Features

Clear SD

For clearly picture
(Off / Mode-1 / Mode-2)

Color 

Management

For natural - looking pictures. 
(Off / On)

Picture 

Management

Fix bright / dark pictures. 
(Off / On)

Color 
System

Select an appropriate Color system. 
(Auto / PAL / SECAM / NTSC3.58 /    
NTSC 4.43 / PAL-M / PAL-N)

Zoom

Change the aspect ratio.
(Auto / Regular / 14:9 Zoom / 16:9 Zoom 
/ 16:9 Zoom Subtitle / Full)

Sound

MTS

Select the stereo and SAP broadcasted programs.
(Stereo / SAP / Mono)

Bass

Weaker <--> Stronger

Treble

Weaker <--> Stronger

Surround

Ambient sound (Off / On)

Balance

Left Stronger <--> Right Stronger

Al Volume

Prevent sudden increase or decrease of sound. 
(Off / On)

Features

On Timer

Turns on the TV from standby mode. 

CH 

Select a channel. ( 02 - 69 )

On Timer  Set a time. ( 00:00 - 12:00 )

Sleep Timer

Turns off the TV to standby mode.

(Off / 10 / 20 / ...120)

Blue Back

Display a blue screen and mute the sound when the 

signal is weak or absent. (Off / On)

Eco Mode

Adjust picture contrast to match your room brightness. 

(Off / Eco-1 / Eco-2)

Set Up

Auto Program
Channel 
Summary

Automatically registers channels.
Skip

Skip the channel by 

(Red)

.

Cancel

Cancel the skip channel by 

(Green)

.

ID

Edit a channel name by 

(Yellow)

.

•  Channels are to be skipped cannot be selected by 

the CHANNEL - / + button.

•  The skip can be set to all channels of Air (CH02 - CH69) 

and Cable (CC01 - CC125).

Language

Select your desired on screen display language.

Video-2 Setting Switch between video and component signal. 

(Video / Component)

Closed Caption Select the desired caption or text channel.

Closed 

Caption

Select to view close caption or text 
information. (Off / CC / Text)

Caption

Select the desired caption. 
(CC1 / CC2 / CC3 / CC4)

Text

Select the desired text channel. 
(T1 / T2 / T3 / T4)

•  Closed Caption is not available for component 

signal.

HDMI Setting Setting for HDMI input. (Size / Audio)

PC Setting

Setting for PC input.

(Auto / PC Position / Phase / Pixel)

CC 24

K

S-24

CC 25

L

S-25

CC 26

M

S-26

CC 27

N

S-27

CC 28

O

S-28

CC 29

P

S-29

CC 30

Q

S-30

CC 31

R

S-31

CC 32

S

S-32

CC 33

T

S-33

CC 34

U

S-34

CC 35

V

S-35

CC 36

W

S-36

CC 37

W+1

S-37

CC 38

W+2

S-38

CC 39

W+3

S-39

CC 40

W+4

S-40

CC 41

W+5

S-41

CC 42

W+6

CC 43

W+7

CC 44

W+8

CC 45

W+9

CC 46

W+10

CC 47

W+11

CC 48

W+12

CC 49

W+13

CC 50

W+14

CC 51

W+15

CC 52

W+16

CC 53

W+17

CC 54

W+18

CC 55

W+19

CC 56

W+20

CC 57

W+21

CC 58

W+22

CC 59

W+23

CC 60

W+24

CC 61

W+25

CC 62

W+26

CC 63

W+27

CC 64

W+28

CC 75

X

CC 76

Y

R3

CC 77

Z

R4

AU-3

CC 78

Z+1

R5

CC 79

Z+2

AU-4

CC 95

A-5

CC 96

A-4

CC 97

A-3

CC 98

A-2

CC 99

A-1

CH 48

US-48, W+63 E48

CH 49

US-49, W+64 E49

CH 50

US-50, W+65 E50

CH 51

US-51, W+66 E51

CH 52

US-52, W+67 E52

CH 53

US-53, W+68 E53

CH 54

US-54, W+69 E54

CH 55

US-55, W+70 E55

CH 56

US-56, W+71 E56

CH 57

US-57, W+72 E57

CH 58

US-58, W+73 E58

CH 59

US-59, W+74 E59

CH 60

US-60, W+75 E60

CH 61

US-61, W+76 E61

CH 62

US-62, W+77 E62

CH 63

US-63, W+78 E63

CH 64

US-64, W+79 E64

CH 65

US-65, W+80 E65

CH 66

US-66, W+81 E66

CH 67

US-67, W+82 E67

CH 68

US-68, W+83 E68

CH 69

US-69, W+84 E69

CC

Channel

US

CCIR

OIRT

AUSTRALIA

CC 01

S-1

AU-5

CC 02

S-2

CC 03

S-3

CC 04

S-4

CC 05

S-5

CC 06

S-6

AU-5A

CC 07

S-7

CC 08

S-8

CC 09

S-9

CC 10

S-10

CC 11

S-11

CC 12

S-12

CC 13

S-13

CC 14

A

S-14

CC 15

B

S-15

CC 16

C

S-16

CC 17

D

S-17

CC 18

E

S-18

CC 19

F

S-19

CC 20

G

S-20

CC 21

H

S-21

CC 22

I

S-22

CC 23

J

S-23

CH

Channel

US

CCIR

OIRT

AUSTRALIA

CH 02

US-02

E2

R1

AU-0

CH 03

US-03

E3

AU-1

CH 04

US-04

E4

R2

AU-2

CH 05

US-05

E5

R6

AU-6

CH 06

US-06

E6

R7

AU-7

CH 07

US-07

E7

R8

AU-8

CH 08

US-08

E8

R9

AU-9

CH 09

US-09

E9

CH 10

US-10

E10

R10

AU-10

CH 11

US-11

E11

R11

AU-11

CH 12

US-12

E12

R12

CH 13

US-13

CH 14

US-14, W+29

CH 15

US-15, W+30

CH 16

US-16, W+31

CH 17

US-17, W+32

CH 18

US-18, W+33

CH 19

US-19, W+34

CH 20

US-20, W+35

CH 21

US-21, W+36 E21

CH 22

US-22, W+37 E22

CH 23

US-23, W+38 E23

CH 24

US-24, W+39 E24

CH 25

US-25, W+40 E25

CH 26

US-26, W+41 E26

CH 27

US-27, W+42 E27

CH 28

US-28, W+43 E28

CH 29

US-29, W+44 E29

CH 30

US-30, W+45 E30

CH 31

US-31, W+46 E31

CH 32

US-32, W+47 E32

CH 33

US-33, W+48 E33

CH 34

US-34, W+49 E34

CH 35

US-35, W+50 E35

CH 36

US-36, W+51 E36

CH 37

US-37, W+52 E37

CH 38

US-38, W+53 E38

CH 39

US-39, W+54 E39

CH 40

US-40, W+55 E40

CH 41

US-41, W+56 E41

CH 42

US-42, W+57 E42

CH 43

US-43, W+58 E43

CH 44

US-44, W+59 E44

CH 45

US-45, W+60 E45

CH 46

US-46, W+61 E46

CH 47

US-47, W+62 E47

US   :  The United States, Philippines, etc.
CCIR  :  The Middle East, Southeast Asia, etc.
OIRT  :  Eastern Europe, Russia, Vietnam, etc.
AUSTRALIA : Australia, etc.

PC Signals that can be displayed

•  If the signal doesn’t appear, check that the vertical frequency on the PC is 

set to “60Hz”.

Resolution

640 x 480 (VGA) / 1024 x 768 (XGA)

Vertical frequency

60.0

*  Machintosh* computers are not supported.
  (Machintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.)

1

2

3

6

5

4

No use “Clear SD”

Use “Clear SD”

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