User manual HP 2309V SETUP
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[. . . ] this document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. No part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated to another language without the prior written consent of HP. HP supports lawful use of technology and does not endorse or encourage the use of our products for purposes other than those permitted by copyright law. CAUTION: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or loss of information. [. . . ] Use an audio cable and the Audio Out connectors on the back of the TV to provide an analog audio signal to an external sound system, such as an analog amplifier or stereo system. 2 Connect power to the TV; see "Connecting power 4 Connect power and turn on the external sound CAUTION: Unplug power for the TV and all connected components before connecting an external sound system. Pressing the Power button either turns the TV on or places it into standby, which is a reduced power state. see "Starting the Setup Wizard" on page 40 to start the Setup Wizard from the System menu. After the initial setup, the power-up time from standby depends on the Standby Mode setting: Low power, which consumes less power while in standby, uses approximately 20 seconds of power-up time. Fast power, which consumes more power while in standby, uses approximately 5 seconds of powerup time. A B Power button and light Remote control sensor If the TV is not used for an extended period of time, press the Power button to place the TV into standby, and then unplug the power cord. The Power button includes an indicator light, which shows the power status of the TV. Power indicator Lights red Lights blue Off Flashing red or flashing blue Power status Standby (off) Ready (on) AC power disconnected Start up diagnostics or error You can also use the remote control Power button to turn on the TV. Image retention protection: If still image data displays for more than a few minutes, the image retention prevention function activates automatically to protect the screen. When turning on the TV for the first time, a first-time setup wizard walks you through the following: Control to enter a year, month, and day. Press Ant to view a channel banner containing information on your current program. To select a channel, enter a one-digit, two-digit, or three-digit number, or use the channel up or down buttons. To select a channel number (for example, channel 25), complete the following procedure within 4 seconds: 2 Press the Mute button again to restore the sound To select a subchannel number (for example, 14-2): Keep pressing the Picture button or right arrow to change the video mode until you reach a desired picture. For more information on defining the picture settings, see "Using the Picture Menu" on page 28. Press the Last button on your remote control to view the previous channel you were viewing. Pressing the Info button displays a banner with information about the current program you are viewing. 4:3 Mode: Shows the standard 4:3 ratio picture image in the center of the TV with dark bars on the left and right. Zoom1: Proportionally stretches the TV picture, but clips the top and bottom of the image to fit the screen. Zoom2: Zooms further into the middle of the screen and clips off more from the top and bottom. 5 Press the Source button again to close the list of All the labels except Antenna or Cable can be changed. Antenna or Cable: This label, which cannot be changed, selects the RF Input connector. [. . . ] 60, 000 hours equates to more than twenty-three years at seven hours a day viewing. All specifications represent the typical specifications provided by HP's component manufacturers; actual performance may vary either higher or lower. Refer to this section if you have viewing, picture, sound, remote, or startup problems with your TV. Symptom I do not hear sound at power-on, even though there is an image. [. . . ]
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