MatchLine 34PW9818 Manuals


BASIC TV AND REMOTE OPERATION
TELEVISION
Your television has a set of controls located on the top of
the cabinet for use when the remote control is not needed. 
1 Press the POWER button to turn the TVON. Located on
the front lower left of the cabinet. 
2 Press the VOLUME (+) button to increase the sound
level or the VOLUME (–) button to lower the sound level.
Or, use to navigate right or left when the onscreen menu is
displayed. 
3 Press the CHANNEL– (down) or+ (up)button to select
TV channels. Or, use to navigate up and down when the
Volume, Channel, and Menu buttons are
located on the top of the television cabinet.
onscreen menu is displayed.
4 Press the M (Menu) button to display the onscreen menu
controls. If pressed while the onscreen menu is displayed, the
menu will be removed from the television screen.
Remote Sensor Window
There is also a set of Audio and Video Input jacks located on the
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side of the television cabinet. This jack panel also contains a S-video
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and headphone jack. These jacks are great for connecting a video
POWER
camcorder or any accessory device that will only be hooked up tem-
porarily. Refer to the Directions for Use for more details.
ONSCREEN MENU
The TV onscreen menu controls are viewed within a
mobile map or track system. This system allows you to
move along linked paths tied to specific Feature Title cate-
Picture   Sound  Features  Channels
Picture   Sound  Features  Channels
gories (TV, Install, etc). Each press of the Cursor buttons on
Tracks
TV
TV
Balls or Dots
the remote, or top of the TV, moves the cursor control to
Settings
Settings
balls or dots indicating specific controls. Each specific con-
Demo
Demo
Direction Indicator
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trol may have multiple features that can be adjusted. The
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animated onscreen menu structure will expand  to view all
available onscreen controls. As it expands, it will display a

Feature Titles or Controls
series of balls or dots grouped together to show more con-
trols not displayed.

1 TRACKlines represent the structure of the onscreen
menu. They tie all the controls together and show the path
Picture   Sound  Features  Channels
you can follow to access the available controls.
TV
2 BALLS orDOTS indicate the titles of features or controls
Settings
available on this television. Some of these controls when
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highlighted, may show more TRACKS and BALLS, indi-
Demo
cating sub-categories or “lists” of controls within the high-
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lighted control. These sub controls will also have TRACKS
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and BALLS as described with the feature controls.
3 DIRECTION INDICATOR let’s you know which way
movement may take place within the onscreen menu. The
arrows on the DIRECTION INDICATOR simulate the
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CURSOR buttons on the remote control (UP, DOWN,
RIGHT, or LEFT).
4 SLIDER controls will be displayed on some features,
allowing adjustments to the value of the control. Some
Picture   Sound  Features  Channels
may show a box containing a list of multiple options set-
TV
tings. Others may only have an ON or OFF option.
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To navigate the onscreen menu, start by pressing the
ACITVE
SOUND CONTROL PICTURE
MENU button on the remote control. This will display the
Brightness
onscreen menu in its starting position.
Color
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6 Press the CURSOR DOWN buttonto select any of the
ZOOM
SETTING, DEMO, or INSTALL controls. Press the CUR-
Sharpness
SOR RIGHT button on the remote control to select any of
the PICTURE, SOUND, FEATURES, or CHANNEL con-
trols.
Refer to page 4 of this Quick Use Guide for details describing the
INSTALL and DEMO controls. Refer to the Directions for Use
manual for all other control descriptions (PICTURE, SOUND,
FEATURES, CHANNELS, or SETTINGS).
HELPFUL HINT
Pressing the MENU button once will display the onscreen
menu. Pressing the MENU button any time the onscreen menu
is displayed will remove the onscreen menu from the television
screen.
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