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OSD Language – Allows you to change the language of the menu.

Screen Mode – This menu provides options to change picture aspect ratio of current source.

Auto – Automatically displays the best image format to ensure the image is in the correct position. May have black lines at the top/bottom and/or sides.

Normal – Displays the 4:3 original source in its proper aspect ratio. Side bars are shown to fill the 16:9 screen. 16:9 original source will fill the screen.

Letterbox – A widescreen movie (1.85:1 or 2.35:1) is displayed in its proper aspect ratio with black bars at the top and bottom.

Panorama – Stretches the 4:3 image or squeezes the widescreen image to the sides of the screen horizontally.

Zoom – The picture is the correct proportion but zoomed in to fill the screen.

Dot by Dot (HDMI) – Displays the image at the original resolution without any change.

4:3 – Displays the 4:3 picture in its original size. Side bars are shown to fill the 16:9 screen.

14:9 – Compromise aspect ratio for viewing both 4:3 and 16:9 content. Original 14:9 content will be displayed with side bars.

16:9 – Fills the screen with a regular 16:9 signal.

Blue Mute – Changes the background colour to blue when there is no input signal.

HbbTV Settings – Allows the user to switch HbbTV on/off. To use HbbTV, TV must be connected to the internet and watched channel must support HbbTV service.

DTV Time Setup – TV time settings and TV on / off timer settings.

Time Zone – Change the current time zone.


Auto Synchronization – Automatically sets the time and date on the TV set. Requires the TV to be tuned in with a digital signal and/or an internet connection. Turn “Auto Sync” off to manually adjust the time and date settings. If “Auto Sync” is set to off with the time and date manually adjusted, this information will be reset when the power to the TV is disconnected.

Power On Timer – Allows you to set a specific time for your TV to turn on, the channel it will then display, the source it will be on and also the volume. This function can then be toggled to repeat every day or a certain day.

Power Off Timer – Allows you to set a specific time for your TV to turn off.

Sleep Timer – Lets you set the sleep timer so the television automatically switches off after a set amount of time.

Auto Sleep – Controls the amount of time the set will continue to operate without any buttons being pressed on the set or remote control before going into standby.

HDMI Settings – Settings for HDMI inputs.

HDMI Edid Version – This item allows you to switch mode of current HDMI input.

HDMI 1.4 – Recommended when the TV is connected to a device with an HDMI 1.4 output or lower, for example Full HD Blu-Ray player or DVD player.

HDMI 2.0 – Recommended when the TV is connected to a device with an HDMI 2.0 output, for example 4K Blu-ray player or modern PC. This setting is required for HDR content.

Auto – The TV automatically selects the optimal option. If you do not receive picture and/or sound via HDMI, try manually selecting other options.

HDMI 2.1 – Recommended when the TV is connected to a device with an HDMI 2.1 output.

ALLM – Turns on ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) on current HDMI input. This mode lets a game console, PC or other device send a signal to the TV which will cause it to automatically switch to a low-latency, low-lag mode for gaming.

CEC Control

CEC Function – Enable/disable HDMI CEC function. This allows you to control devices connected via HDMI using the TV remote control.

ARC – Sends an audio signal via HDMI to a connected audio device (AV receiver, soundbar etc.). This function is available only on HDMI ARC input.

Auto Turn Off – When this function is enabled, all devices connected to the TV via HDMI will go into standby mode when the TV is turned off.

Auto Power On – Allows the TV to be turned on from standby mode when any connected HDMI device is turned on.

Device discovery – Displays the HDMI CEC device list.

Subtitle – Subtitle settings. Subtitles may not be available for some broadcasted content.

Analog Subtitle – Turn on/off subtitles at the bottom of the screen for analogue broadcast channels when available.

Digital Subtitle – Turn on/off subtitles at the bottom of the screen for digital broadcast channels when available.

Subtitle Tracks – Selection of subtitle track of current programme.

Digital Subtitle Lang. – Preferred language for the subtitles.

2nd Digital Subtitle Lang. – Subtitle language when subtitles in the preferred language are not available.

Subtitle Type – Select Normal for standard subtitles or Hearing Impaired for subtitles with captions for describing non-dialogue audio.

Teletext – Teletext settings.

Digital Teletext Language – Set the teletext language.

Decoding Page Language – Select language symbol set. Change this setting when when some symbols are not displayed correctly on the teletext.

TTX Presentation Level – Selects the teletext version that the TV will display. A higher version provides better quality graphics.

Common Interface – Settings for the CAM module.

Network – Network and applications configuration.

Configuration – Network configuration.

Internet Connection – Turn on / off the internet connection on the TV.

Interface – Select the type of network connection - Ethernet (wired) or Wireless.


  • For connecting to the Internet with a wired connection, connect a Cat 5/Ethernet cable (not included) from the TV to your broadband modem/router.

    Wake On Lan – Allows you to turn on the TV via network control over a LAN connection.

    Wake On Wlan – Allows you to turn on the TV via network control wirelessly.

    Wireless Setting – Settings for the wireless network connection.

    Information – Information about network settings.

    IP Setting – You can set the TV to automatically connect to the network (DHCP must be enabled on the router) or manually enter IP configuration settings.

    Connection Test – A network connection test.

    Preferred IP – You can manually set whether to connect to network via IPv4 or IPv6 protocol. Please note that for IPv6, compatible hardware (router) must be properly set up and your Internet Service Provider must provide this type of connection.

    IPv6 Information – Information about IPv6 network settings.

    IPv6 Configuration IP – Configuration for IPv6 connection.

    IPv6 Connection Test – An IPv6 network connection test.

WiFi Direct – Allows you to view content from your smart phone or tablet on the TV screen. Follow the on-screen instructions to connect your phone to the TV.

Applications – Settings for digital media servers (DMS) connected to your home network.

DLNA – Enable/Disable media server function. Automatically searches for digital media servers (DMS) connected to your home network. Allows playback and rendering of content from media servers.

DMR – Enable/Disable digital media renderer function (DMR). This means that content in the DMS can be searched and controlled via phone or tablet and played back on the TV screen.

Channel update – Turn on/off the notifications that appear on the screen when channel parameters are updated.

USB Upgrade – From time to time, we may release new firmware to improve the operation of the television (available to download). This menu lets you install the new software/firmware onto the television. Further details of how to do this will be issued with the firmware.

WARNING: Do not turn off the TV’s power until the upgrade is complete!

Reset To Default – Resets TV to factory settings. Before reset can be performed, you will be asked to enter the PIN code that you set during first time installation or that you set in the menu ParentalChange Password.

Bluetooth – Bluetooth settings. Available only for models with Bluetooth.

Enable – Turn on/off the Bluetooth function.

Accessories – Menu to pair Bluetooth device with the TV. Select option Add accessory and put your Bluetooth device into pairing mode. Select a device from the list to pair it with the TV.

Bluetooth Music Player – Play music from your smart phone or tablet on the TV’s speakers via Bluetooth. Follow the on-screen instructions to pair your device.

TV mode – Set the TV’s behavior according to the use case.

Store Mode – For home use, select Home Mode. For display at retail store, select Store Mode.

Internet Update Check – Searches the internet for the latest available software update. If a new software version is available, you will be offered the option to install it.

WARNING: Do not turn off the TV’s power until the upgrade is complete!