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****** Page 1 ****** electri(22 USER MANUAL HD SMART LED TV WITH DVD PLAYER eiQ-32HDT2DVD I-EDTV

****** Page 2 ****** CONTENTS SAFETY INFORMATION CONNECTION AND PREPARATION OF TV WHAT IS INCLUDED INSTALLATION OF LEGS WALL MOUNTING BUTTONS AND INTERFACE CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL DEVICES REMOTE CONTROL INSTALLATION OF BATTERIES INITIAL SETUP BASIC OPERATION CHANNEL SET UP TUNING TV MENU PICTURE SETUP SOUND SETUP TIME LOCK SET UP MENU MEDIA DVD SETTINGS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS TROUBELSHOOTING MANUFACTURER SUPPORT 2 3 6 6 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 16 16 18 19 20 21 24 28 31 32 33

****** Page 3 ****** SAFETY INFORMATION Read these instructions — All the safety and operating instructions should be read before this product is operated. Keep these instructions — The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. Heed all warnings — All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. Follow all instructions All operating and usage instructions should be followed. Do not use this equipment near water The appliance should not be used near water or moisture e.g. in a wet basement or near a swimming pool. Clean only with a dry cloth. Do not use solvents or petroleum-based fluids. Do not block any ventilation openings. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, stoves or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Do not tamper with the supplied plug. This plug is a BSI 363 standard plug. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at the plug and at the point where they exit from the appliance. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. Unplug the apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus or it has been exposed to rain or moisture, it does not operate normally or has been dropped. Please keep the unit in a well-ventilated environment. The TV should only be connected to a mains power supply with AC 100- 240/- 50/60Hz To prevent overload, do not share the same power supply socket with too many other electronic components. Do not place any connecting wires where they may be stepped on or tripped over. Do not place heavy items on the cable as this may cause damage. Hold the main plug, not the wires, when removing from a socket. Unplug immediately and seek professional help if the plug or cable is damaged, liquid has spilt onto the set, if accidentally exposed to water or moisture, if anything accidentally penetrates the ventilation slots or if the set does not work normally. Do not remove the safety covers. There are no user serviceable parts inside. To avoid battery leakage, remove exhausted batteries from the remote control when not in use for a long period. Do not block ventilation slots on the back cover. The TV can be placed in a 3

****** Page 4 ****** cabinet but ensure the guidance on clearances are followed. Do not tap or shake the TV screen, this may damage internal components. Diagrams within the manual are for illustrative purposes only, and as such there may be differences to the actual product received. 9 At full volume, prolonged listening may damage the users hearing. WARNING Never place a television set in an unstable location. A television set may fall, causing serious personal injury or death. Many injuries, particularly to children, can be avoided by taking simple precautions such as: Use cabinets or stands recommended by the manufacturer of the television. Only use furniture that can safely support the television set. Ensure the television is not overhanging the edge of the supporting furniture. Do not place the television on tall furniture (for example, cupboards or bookcases) without anchoring both the furniture and the television to a suitable support. Do not place the television set on cloth or other materials that may be located between the television set and the supporting furniture. Educate children about the dangers of climbing on furniture to reach the television or its controls. If your existing television set is being retained and relocated, the same considerations as above should be applied. WARNING To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall not be placed on or next to the apparatus. WARNING The wall plug socket is used as a disconnection device and should remain readily accessible. CAUTION Danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as direct sunlight, fire or the like. Used batteries should be recycled appropriately. CAUTION To reduce the risk of electric shock, DO NOT remove the cover (or back). No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. 4

****** Page 5 ****** ATTENTION Place the TV on a firm and flat surface, leaving a space of at least 1 Ocm around the set and 30cm from the top of the set to the ceiling or cabinet. Ensure the TV is positioned close to the wall to avoid it falling when pushed. 10 cm 30 cm 10 cm 10 cm When twisting the TV set, do not hold the top of the TV, you should twist from the base. • When lifting the TV, do not use one hand to handle it, you should lift the TV using two hands, ensuring pressure is not put on the screen 5

****** Page 6 ****** CONNECTION AND PREPARATION OF THE TV WHAT IS INCLUDED TV Set 4 Bolts INSTALLATION OF LEGS electru User Manual Remote Control (2 x AAA Batteries) 2 Legs 1 Place the TV with the front facing downwards on a soft cloth pads on a desk. 2 Insert the legs into the sockets on the base of the TV. 3 Insert the screws into the sockets and tighten them with a screwdriver. Do not use an electric screwdriver, or similar. 100mmi 200mm Four mounting holes M6 Screw Screws(2) BB4*12PH Screws(2) BB4*12PH 6

****** Page 7 ****** WALL MOUNTING The TV is provided with mounting holes for a VESA approved wall mounting bracket (not supplied). The VESA mounting pattern is: 200x100mm and the size of the bolts is 4 x M6 x 10 (not supplied). Do not use bolts longer than the size specified above for your model or damage will occur to the internal components. NOTES: Do not install this product until this manual has been read and understood thoroughly. Please keep these instructions for future reference. Due to the heavy weight and dimensions of the LCD screens and their fragile nature, we recommend that they are unpacked and assembled by 2 people and professional installers are used to wall mount them (Wall mounting is optional). If you do not understand the instructions, or are unsure how to install this product, please contact a professional for assembly advice and assistance. Careful consideration should be made regarding the location the television is to be wall mounted as some walls are not suitable for installation. If the television is to be mounted on drywall, the mount must be anchored into a wooden stud, concrete block or brick behind the drywall. Installing on drywall alone will not support the weight of the display. When drilling holes, it is particularly important to take care of electrical cables, water or gas pipes in the wall. Please follow the instructions provided by the wall bracket manufacturer and ensure that all fixing screws supplied are used. electriQ and its distributors and dealers are not liable or responsible for damage or injury caused by improper installation, improper use or failure to observe these safety instructions. In such cases any guarantee will expire. 7

****** Page 8 ****** BUTTONS INPUT CH+ VOL+ POWER BUTON INPUT BUTTON MENU BUTTON CH+ BUTTON CH- BUTTON VOL+ BUTTON VOL- BUTTON PLAY / PAUSE BUTTON EJECT BUTTON MENU CH- VOL- To turn the TV ON/OFF To select the input source. To enter the main menu. To select the next channel To select the previous channel To increase the volume. To decrease the volume. To start or pause playback. To eject the DVD from the internal drive. 8

****** Page 9 ****** BUTTON FUNCTIONS INPUT 1 OUTPUT TERMINALS II Ill VGA VGA AUDIO VIDEO HDM11-3 USB x2 Mini YPbPr Input Headphone OPTICAL AUDIO ooo VIDEO L HDMII PC Video input. PC Audio input. Video input Left Audio input Right Audio input Antenna connection. Composite Video — can be used for connecting older equipment For connecting DVD players, set top boxes, games consoles, etc. Provides access to SMART TV. Connect smart remotes, keyboards, gaming accessories or USB flash drive for DTV recording, timeshift or media playback. Only connect low power USB flash drives or externally powered hard drives to the USB ports as they only provide 0.5 Amps power. Connect to the YPbPr video output terminal of the DVD player Connect headphones, or can be used for compatible Soundbars / audio equipment. Digital audio output, for use with compatible sound bars / audio equipment. 9

****** Page 10 ****** CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL DEVICES 0 VGA VGA Cable AUDIO ooo VIDEO L ttt OVO cable bai HDMII Aerial Optical Cable Headphones HDMI Cable Audio Cable Amplifier or Sound Bar o 10

****** Page 11 ****** REMOTE CONTROL ON/ OFF Switch between audio modes Change the screen aspect ratio Favourite channel list Change screen angle Change language Enter sleep mode Enter the menu Increase/ Decrease volume Mute Hold current page/ Pause and play (DVD) Index/ stop (DVD) Previous chapter (DVD) Set point/ Return to point/ TXT Turn subtitles ON or OFF Record to USB (DTV) POWER AUDIO FAV ANGLE SLEEP MENU VOL HOLD INDEX SUBTITL ASPECT P.MODE 1 FREEZE LANGUAGE DVD SETUP ENTER DISPLAY 0 MUTE REVEAL AUTO REC INPUT S.MODE RECALL TV/RADIO DVD MENU EPG EXIT CH SIZE LIST Select the signal source. Audio options Picture options Channel selection Change between TV/ Radio Freeze picture Go to DVD menu Go to DVD set-up Navigation Exit current navigation Enter display settings Next/ Previous channel Change text size/ Forward (DVD) Reveal Info. / Rewind (DVD) Next chapter (DVD) Eject (DVD) Timeshift (DVD) Display DVR list electriea 11

****** Page 12 ****** INSTALLATION OF BATTERIES 1 2 3 Remove the battery cover from the rear of the remote control. Install two AAA 1.5V batteries. (Ensure the correct polarity of the batteries.) Replace the battery cover. O Please take out of the batteries from the remote when it is not going to be used for a long period of time. If the remote control doesn’t work properly, please carry out the following checks. Check the TV is turned on. Check the polarity of the batteries are correct. Check the batteries and replace if necessary Check the plug is fully inserted and the socket is switched on. Check there are no special fluorescent light or neon light which could interfere with remote signals. INITIAL SETUP d) 1 Connect your TV to the power outlet. Connect your aerial and/or set top box to the television. Press the POWER button on the remote to turn on the TV. 2 1. 2. 3. 4. CAUTION: Always disconnect the TV from the power outlet when the TV will not be used for a long period of time. The POWER button on the television and remote is only used for switching the TV into standby and does not disconnect the device from the mains voltage. To completely disconnect the mains voltage, please remove the plug from the socket. Use the V/A/< / buttons on the remote to follow the setup guide on screen. 12 ****** Page 13 ****** FIRST TIME SETUP Press the INPUT button to display the input source list. Press the V / A or 0K button to select the input source Press the 0K button to select the input source, Press the EXIT button to quit. Input Source DTV ATV HDMII HDM12 HDM13 DVD Media AV Component $Move —select Select OSD Language Use the V / A / < / buttons to highlight the OSD Language. Press the ENTER button to select the OSD Language you want to. Country o ooo Exit English Select Select Country Back Brazil Peru Bolivia Argentina Chile DTV No Paraguay Ecuador Costa Rica select Auto Tuning -D Honduras Use the V / A / < / buttons to highlight your Country. Press the ENTER button to select the Country TV DTV Radio CATV Channel Tuning 0 Programme(s) 0 Programme(s) Do you want to skip 0 Programme(s) tuning? 0 Programme(s) skipped by pressing the Menu button then the left arrow button. (DTV) O VHF CH 8 Yes Please press MENU key to Skip 13 ****** Page 14 ****** CHANNEL MENU Press MENU button to display the main menu. Use the button to enter. TV DTV Radio CATV Channel Tuning 0 Programme(s) 0 Programme(s) Do you want to skip DTV 0 Programme(s) tuning? 0 Programme(s) (DTV) 0 36… VHF CH 8 < Yes Please press MENU key to Skip No TV DTV Radio CATV Channel Tuning 0 Programme(s) 0 Programme(s) Do you want to skip ATV 0 Programme(s) tuning? 0 Programme(s) 70 0/0… 561.25 MHz < Yes Please press MENU key to Skip 14 No ****** Page 15 ****** ATV Manual Tuning press Enter button to enter the sub-menu. ATV Manual Tuning Storage To 3 AUTO Video Standard Auto Current CH 3 Fine-Tune frequency 58.75 MHz Save Bad DTV Manual Tuning VHF cH 7 NO SIGNAL freq: 177.143 MHz MENU Good DTV Manual Tuning Use the V / A buttons to select DTV Manual Tuning, then press the Enter button to enter the sub-menu. Programme Edit Program Edit Use the V / A buttons to select Program Edit, then press the Enter button to enter the sub-menu. The three coloured buttons are the shortcut buttons for channel programming Use the V / A to highlight the channel you want to select, then: Press the Red button to delete the program in the list. Press the Blue button to skip the selected channel. Delete •skip MENU Press Fav button to add or remove the channel from your favourite list. (Your TV set will skip the channel automatically when using CH+/- to view the channels.) Signal Information Channel:7 (177.143MHz) Network DVB-T MUX A Quality 100 Strength 100 Signal Information Use the V/ Abuttons to select Signal Information, press the Enter button to see detailed information about the (Good) (Strong) 15 ****** Page 16 ****** PICTURE MENU Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Use the < / buttons to select PICTURE in the main menu. PICTURE Move Picture Mode Return Picture Mode Contrast Brightness Colour Tint Shar pness Colour Temp Noise Reduction HDMI Mode Select Standard 50 50 50 Normal Middle Auto Exit Use the V/ Abutton to select Picture Mode, then press the 0K button to enter sub-menu. You can change the value of contrast, brightness, colour, sharpness and tint when the picture is in Personal mode. TIP: You can press the PMODE button to change the Picture Mode directly. Contrast/ Brightness/ Colour/ Tint I Sharpness 1. Use the V/ Abuttons to select the option that you want to adjust in the PICTURE menu. 2. Press 0K button to adjust. 3. After finishing your adjustment, Press the MENU button to save and return to the previous menu. Picture Mode Dynamic Standard Mild Personal h MENU Use the V/ Abuttons to select an option, then use the < / buttons to adjust. Contrast Brightness Colour Tint Sharpness Adjust the highlight intensity of the picture, but the shadow of the picture is unchanged. Adjust the optical output of the entire picture, it will affect the dark region of the picture. Adjust the saturation of the colour based on your preference. Use a compensating colour changed with the transmission in the NTSC code. Adjust the detail of the picture. 16 ****** Page 17 ****** Colour Temperature Change the overall colour cast of the picture. Use the V/ Abuttons to select Colour Temperature, then press 0K to enter the sub-menu. Use the buttons to select between Cool, Normal and Warm. You can change the red, green and blue values when the colour temperature is set to User mode. Cold: Increase the blue tone for the white. Normal: Increase the linked colours for the white. Warm: Increase the red colour for the white. Color Temperature Cool Normal Warm MENU Noise Reduction Noise Reduction Off Low Middle High Default MENU To filter out and reduce the image noise and improve the picture quality. Use the V/ Abuttons to select Noise Reduction, then press 0K to enter the sub-menu. 17

****** Page 18 ****** SOUND MENU Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Use the < / buttons to select SOUND in the main menu. SOUND Move SOUND MODE 1. Use the V / A buttons to select the option that you want to adjust in the SOUND menu. 2. Press the Enter button to adjust. 3. After finishing your adjustment, Press Enter button to save and return to the previous menu. Return Sound Mode Treble Bass Balance Auto Volume Level SPDIF Mode AD Switch Select Standard 50 50 Off PCM Off Exit Use the V/ Abuttons to select Sound Mode, then press Enter to enter the sub-menu. Use the V Abutton to select. You can adjust the Treble and Bass when the sound is in Personal mode. TIP: You can press SMODE button on the remote control to change the Sound Mode. Standard: Produces a balanced sound in all environments. Music: Preserves the original sound. Good for musical programs. Movie: Enhances treble and bass for a rich sound experience. Sports: Enhances vocals for sports. Personal: Select to customize picture settings. Sound Mode Standard Music Movie Sports Personal Back NOTE: The treble and bass are only available in User mode, you can adjust them as you like. The Balance, Auto Volume level, surround sound, Digital audio output and SPDIF audio delay can be selected using the V / A button to select option, Press < / button to adjust. NOTE: Balance: Adjusts the speaker's output between the speakers, it enables you to listen to best at your position. Auto Volume: Used for reducing the difference between channel and program's volume automatically. 18 ****** Page 19 ****** TIME MENU Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Use the< / buttons to select TIME in the main menu. Clock Sleep Tner Auto Stancby Time OSD TME move Sleep Timer Return Off 15 s EX'T 2. 3. Exit Use the V / A buttons to select the option that you want to adjust in the TIME menu. Press Enter button to adjust. After finishing your adjustment, Press the Enter button to save and return to the previous menu. Sleep Timer Off Use the V / A buttons to select the Sleep Timer, then press Enter to 15min enter the sub-menu. 30min 4 5min Use the V / A buttons to select between 15min,30min,45min,60min, 60min 90min,120min and 240min Auto Standby Off MENU Time Zone 90min MENU Auto Standby Use the V / A buttons to select Auto Standby, then press the Enter button to enter the sub-menu. Use the V / A buttons to select. Tip: Use of the remote control will affect the standby timer. If any buttons are pressed, the timer will restart. Use the V/ Abuttons to select the Time Zone, then press Enter to enter sub-menu. Use the V/ A1 < / buttons to select time zone. Time Zone Victoria GMT+IO Queensland GMT+IO Tasmania GMT+IO Move Kamchatka GMT+II GMT+II NewZealand GMT+12 — Select Azores GMT•I GMT-5 Back OSD Timer 15 s 30 s MENU OSD Timer Use the V / A buttons to select OSD Timer, then press the Enter button to enter the sub-menu. Use the < / buttons to select. 19 ****** Page 20 ****** LOCK MENU Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Use the < / buttons to select Lock in the main menu. Lock System Set Password Block Program Key Lock LOCK 1. Use the V/ Abuttons to select the option that you want to adjust in the LOCK SYSTEM menu. 2. Use the Enter/< / buttons to adjust. 3. After finishing your adjustment, Press MENU button to return back to the previous menu Return Off Off Lock System Use the V/ Abuttons to select Lock System, then press Enter Please enter password and enter the password. eeeo The default password is 0000. Please contact the manufacturer for assistance if this is forgotten < Clear Set Password Cancel Use the V / A buttons to select Set Password, then press the Enter button to enter sub-menu to set new password. Please enter old password Please enter new password Confirm new password Block Program •Lock Select Key Lock < Clear Cancel Block Program Use the V / A buttons to select Block Program then press Enter button to enter the sub-menu to select. Press the Green button to lock or unlock the channel. MENU Use the V / A buttons to select Key Lock, then use the < / buttons to select Off or On. When Key Lock is on, the buttons on the TV are locked. 20 ****** Page 21 ****** SETUP MENU Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Use the < / buttons to select SETUP in the main menu. SETUP Move Language TT Language Audio Languages Subtitle Language Hearing PVR File System Aspect Ratio Blue Screen First Time Installation Reset Software Update (USB) Environment HDMI CEC Return English West English English Off 16:9 Off Home Mode Exit 1. Use the V / A buttons to select the option that you want to adjust in the SETUP menu. 2. Press the Enter button to adjust. 3. After finishing your adjustment, Press Enter button to save and return to the previous menu. Language OSD Language Select the OSD menu language to be displayed. The default is English. Use the V/ W < / buttons to select Menu Language. PVR File System English Francais Deutsch Italiano Espanol Select Use the V/ Abuttons to select PVR File System, then press Enter to enter the sub-menu. Use the V/ Abuttons to select Check PVR File System, then press Enter to enter. It will then check the speed of the USB. Aspect Ratio Auto 4:3 16:9 Zooml Zoom2 h MENU Aspect Ratio Use the V/ Abuttons to select Aspect Ratio, then press the Enter button to enter sub-menu. Use the V/ Abuttons to select aspect ratio between Auto, 6:9, Zooml and Zoom2. Blue Screen (When no input signal) Use the V/ Abutton to select Blue Screen, then press Enter button to turn On or Off. 21 ****** Page 22 ****** First Time Installation Use the V/ Abuttons to select First time installation, then press Enter to enter. Caption Use the V/ Abuttons to select Caption, then press Enter to turn on or off. Software Update (USB) Use the V/ Abuttons to select Software Update (USB), plug your USB device in the USB slot, then press Enter to update the software. Restore Factory Default Use the V/ Abuttons to select Restore Factory Default, then press Enter to Select Restore Factory Default 22 ****** Page 23 ****** SCREEN MENU (PC MODE ONLY) Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Use the< / buttons to select SCREEN in the main menu. o SCREEN Move Auto Adjust 1. Use the V / A buttons to select the option that you want to adjust in the SCREEN menu. 2. Press the Enter button to adjust. 3. After finishing your adjustment, Press the Enter button to save and return to the previous menu. Return Auto Adjust Horizontal Pos. Vertical Pos Size Phase Positbn Reset SeQt 52 Exit Press the Enter button to start adjusting H-Offset/V-Offset/Size/Phase automatically. Horizontal Pos. Adjust the horizontal position of the picture. Use the V/ Abuttons to select Horizontal Pos, then press Enter to enter the sub-menu. Vertical Pos Adjust the vertical position of the picture. Use the V/ Abuttons to select Vertical Pos, then press Enter to the enter sub-menu. Size Adjust the display size. Use the V/ Abuttons to select Size, then press Enter to enter the sub-menu. Phase Adjust the horizontal interfering lines. Use the V/ Abuttons to select Phase, then press Enter to enter the sub-menu. Position Reset Use the V/ Abuttons to select Position Reset, then press Enter to enter. 23 ****** Page 24 ****** MEDIA MENU To enter the Media menu, a USB device should be inserted, and the INPUT button used to set the Input Source to Media USB 2.0 PHOTO Use the < / buttons to select the option you want to view in the Media menu, then press Enter to enter. MUSIC MOVIE TEXT Photo Use the< / buttons to select PHOTO in the main menu, then press Enter to enter. Press the Exit button to return to the previous menu and exit menu to quit. PHOTO . pc ure R eturn 1_500x375x24b_szt.jpg.jpg Delete Resolution: Size: Date: Time: soo x 375 102 KBytes 2007 / 22 15 ; 54 Use the < / buttons to select the file you want to watch within the menu, then press the media button to display the picture. When highlighting the option, the file information will appear on the right and picture will be previewed in the centre. 24 ****** Page 25 ****** Music Menu Use the< / buttons to select MUSIC in the main menu, then press Enter to enter. Press Exit to return to the previous menu and exit menu to quit. Pause prev. fg.bmp Next Stop RepeatALL Random Off n Music a Playlist Use the < / buttons to select the drive you want to watch, then press Enter to enter. Use the 2 MUSIC MOVIE TEXT ( steelheart• 25

****** Page 26 ****** Movie Menu Use the < / buttons to select MOVIE in the main menu, then press Enter button to enter. Press Exit button to return to the previous menu and exit menu to quit. USB 2.0 PHOTO MUSIC MOVIE TEXT Use the < / buttons to select the drive you want to watch, then press Enter to enter. Press media button to play the selected movie. Press display to select the menu at the bottom you want to run, then press Enter button to operate. Play eDapDemoASANZ0.mp 11 < Pause Prev. Next RepeatALL Random Off Stop Press Exit to go back to the previous menu and the exit button again to quit the entire menu. 26 ****** Page 27 ****** Text Menu Use the < / buttons to select TEXT in the main menu, then press Enter button to enter. Press Exit to return to the previous menu and exit menu to quit. USB 2.0 PHOTO MUSIC MOVIE TEXT Use the < / buttons to select the drive you want to watch, then press the Enter button to enter. Use the< / buttons to select return option to back to the previous menu. nepeweH0BäTb.tx Prev Page Next Page Prev. Next o Stop n Music Playlist O Info 27 ****** Page 28 ****** DVD The DVD settings menu is operated using arrows on the remote control. Use the V / A buttons to select an item within the menu and the < / buttons to adjust it. General Settings Page General Setup TV Display OSD Language Last Memory Page – – Go To TV Display General Setup Paqe Some DVD discs have been authored in 4:3 aspect ratio format. To see the material in its original mode, you may need to change the Aspect ratio. Pan & Scan (4: 3) Black edges left and right will be seen. Letterbox (4: 3) Top and bottom of the screen may be black. Wide 16:9 (Widescreen) Full width picture but may have black areas top and bottom. OSD Language. Select the OSD Language (English is default). Last Memory. ONIOFF. You may wish the player to remember where it finished playing a disc and then remove the disc. When you stop the disc, the player will automatically remember the point it finished playing. When the disc is re inserted the player will continue from the same point. Audio Setup When the DVD menu is displayed, the DVD system will auto pause. Press SETUP again, it will go on. Press the SETUP button on remote control during playing DVD, Press the < / buttons the following menu is shown. Press the V / A buttons to choose the option, then enter the desired option using the 0K button. It has been set when the desired item becomes red. Note: Press the Left button to return to the previous menu. Press SETUP to exit the menu. 28 ****** Page 29 ****** Dolby Setup Audio Downmix Setup Page GoTo Audio SetupPage Dynamic is the difference between the maximum level and the minimum level of sound. This function is generally used when playing high volume programs at night, in order not to disturb the neighbour. This setting can lower the volume while keeping the original tone quality. This is the range, measured in decibels(dB), between the loudest and the quietest sound registered in a soundtrack. Video Setup General Audio Dolby Video Setup Page Sharpness Brightness Contract Video Preference Go To Video Setup Page Sharpness: Adjust the sharpness of the image. Brightness: Select 'Brightness' by using the V / A buttons, then press 0K. You can adjust the Brightness by using the < / buttons. To exit the 'Brightness' setting, press 0K again. Contrast: Select 'Contrast' by using the V / A buttons, then press 0K to select. You can adjust the Contrast using the < / buttons. To exit 'Contrast' To exit the 'Brightness' setting, press 0K again. 29 ****** Page 30 ****** Preference Setup General Audio Preference Page Dolby Page Video Preference TV Type Su btitle Parental Password Go To TV Type PAL Default Preference Select between PAL. AUTO or NTSC. Audio Select the preferred language for DVD audio. 1. The selected language is assigned high priority and can therefore be adopted automatically when the player begins playing a disc. 2. Languages vary between discs, depending on the DVD. You can also select alternative languages by pressing the AUDIO button on the remote Subtitle Selects the preferred language for subtitles recorded on Discs. 1. The selected subtitle language is assigned high priority and can therefore be adopted automatically when the player begins playing a disc. 2. Subtitles vary between discs, depending on the Discs. You can also select alternative subtitle language by pressing the SUBTITLE button on the remote. Disc Menu Select the preferred language for the disc menu recorded on the Discs. This choice varies between Discs. Parental It is possible to restrict playback of certain Discs to a certain level of user, based on their age, for example. Certain scenes can be blocked or replaced with different scenes. The "Parental Control" function lets you set the access control level. This function is password- protected. Note: If you play discs that do not support the Parental Control function, the DVD player cannot restrict access to the disc. Password Change the password. The default password is 0000. Default Restore the DVD player's system to factory default settings. 30 ****** Page 31 ****** TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION Product Model Screen Size As ect Ratio Power Su I Power Consumption TV System Audio Out ut Power Internal o O Maximum Resolution Bri htness Static Contrast Res onse time Antenna In ut USB In ut HDMI In ut VGA In ut PC AUDIO In ut Audio Input (L/R) Video In ut ypbpr In ut RJ45 In ut Cl card In SCART In/Out ut DC In 12V CARD SLOT Ear hone Audio Line Out LIR Video Out ut Optical Coaxial out Workin Tem erature Workin Humidit eiQ-32HDT2DVD 32" Dia onal 16:9 AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz 65W PAL DVB-T2/-T/-C There is no DVB-C si nal in some Countries or Areas. 1366×768 200 cd/m2 4000:1 8ms Xl (Mini AV) Xl Mini AV Xl Mini NO NO NO NO NO NO NO Xl (Digital) NO ooc 20% 80% Non-condensin NOTE: Due to continued product development the specification shown above may change without notice. 31 ****** Page 32 ****** SIMPLE TROUBLESHOOTING If the display fails or the performance changes dramatically, check the display in accordance with the following instructions. Remember to check the peripherals to pinpoint the source of the failure. Symptom Power cannot be turned on. (Power indicator does not illuminate.) No Input Signal message appears. The remote control does not function properly. Flashing spots or stripes appear on the screen. Image colour or quality deteriorates. Screen position and size are incorrect. Image or colour is incorrect. Display warning message. Solution -Check that both ends of the power cable are plugged into the socket appropriately and the wall socket is operational -Check that the aerial cable is connected properly. -Check that the power of the relevant peripherals is turned on. -Check that the selected source matches the input. -Check the batteries are not drained. (Use new batteries.) – Check that the remote control is within the operating range. – Check that the remote control is pointed to the remote-control window on the display. -Check that there are no obstacles between the remote control and the remote-control window. -Check that there is no emission (Car, HV cable or Neon lamp) or other possible interference sources. -Check that all the video settings are adjusted appropriately, such as brightness, contrast, colour etc. -For more information about video settings, refer to OSD Functions -Check that the screen position and size is adjusted appropriately. -Check that the signal line is connected properly. -When connecting to a PC, you can change the resolution of the PC to acquire the correct image. The discrepancy of the PC output signal may affect the display of the image. -Check that the input signal line is properly fixed. -Select the correct input signal. -For more information, refer to Supported Signal Modes EU DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Hereby, electriQ declares that this television is in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address: electriQ.co.uk/content/declaration-of-conformity 32 ****** Page 33 ****** electriQ UK SUPPORT Complete online support form on electriQ.co.uWsupport Service Line: 0871 620 1057 Office hours: 9AM – 5PM Monday to Friday Unit J6, Lowfields Business Park, Lowfields Way, Elland West Yorkshire, HX5 9DA PRODUCT DISPOSAL Do not dispose this product as unsorted municipal waste. Collection of such waste must be handled separately as special treatment is necessary. Recycling facilities are now available for all customers at which you can deposit your old electrical products. Customers will be able to take any old electrical equipment to participating civic amenity sites run by their local councils. Please remember that this equipment will be further handled during the recycling process, so please be considerate when depositing your equipment. Please contact the local council for details of your local household waste recycling centres. 33

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