66GS-62 (serv.man15). part 3 (p.23-31) — Sharp TV User Guide / Operation Manual

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TV/Video selector button (TV/VIDEO)
With this  button you can select either source of input for the TV.
1. When the TV/VIDEO button 
  is pressed, the «TV/Video Menu»
selection menu apears.
2. Press the button 
of the corresponding colour to select one of
the input sources, as indicated in the diagram.
The selected input will appear on the screen.
3. Press the TV/VIDEO button again to exit the menu.
 
CLOCK button (
f)
Press the button to display the current time on the screen.
Note: that this function operates only if the station you are tuned to broadcasts a teletext signal.
 
TV Button (Subtitles/ Clear menus)
The function of the TV button 
 depends on what you have on the screen.
When there is a menu on the screen: Press the TV button 
 to close the Menu.
When your are viewing the TELETEXT: Press the TV button
 to exit the Teletext.
When you are watching a TV program:Press the TV button 
 to directly access the subtitles. During the  search for
the subtitles (Pg. 888 of the Teletext), the «SBT» indicator will be displayed at the upper left area of the screen. If the
channel you are watching transmits Teletext feed, the subtitles page will be displayed on the screen.
Press the  TV button 
 to exit subtitles mode.
 
Headphones jack
1. Press the MENU button 
 to see the MAIN Menu.
2. Press the GREEN button 
to see the SOUND Menu.
3. Press the GREEN button 
to select HEADPHONE VOLUME.
4. Adjust the headphone volume with the Cursor LEFT/RIGHT 
/
buttons.
5. Make sure that you insert the headphone plug all the way.
6. Press the  TV button 
 to close the Menu.
Note: the SPATIAL EXPANDER Effect cannot be adjusted for the headphones.
 
Channel Call button ( 
l)
Press the button to display the current programme number and the sound
mode on the screen. The name if it has been set, the remaining time for
off-timer, the real-timer and the on-timer, if they have been set, are also
displayed on the screen.
Press the button again to make the on-screen disappear.
If the channel you are viewing has been set to be skipped with the
channel skip function, the programme  number is displayed in red. If the
channel was fine-tuned, programme number will be displayed in yellow.
INSIDE THE DOOR
VIDEO
AUDIO
L/S/G/I
R/S/G/I
n
S-VIDEO
3,5 mm ø Jack plug
Earphone or Headphone
Impedance 16~600 
Caution: To protect your ears, reduce the volume of headphones before connecting them.
Other Features
TV/Video Menu
OFF TIMER:
120 Min.
TIMER:
10:30
ON TIMER:
18:00
BBC1:
01
STEREO
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
RED
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What is Teletext?
Teletext is an information service, organized like a magazine, which is provi-
ded by some television stations in addition to regular television broadcasting.
Your television recives special Teletext signals broadcast by a TV station,
processes the information and displays it graphically on the screen. News,
weather and sports information, stock exchange prices, program preview and
closed captioning for the deaf are among the many services available through
Teletext.
Teletext information is organized much like a magazine: according to pages
and sub-pages. The basic unit of displayed information is the page. A sub-
page is one of a series of pages.
Teletext reception is controlled by using the remote control. Refer to the
appropriate button descriptions for operation of the Teletext functions.
Teletext features
Depending on the TV programme, the Teletext pages are transmitted using
different systems. Your SHARP TV is adjusted to receive two Teletext
systems, namely FLOF and LIST, which are automatically identified by the
receiver.The user can easily identify them by the manner in which they appear
on the screen.
 
To switch ON and switch OFF the Teletext
1. Select the TV channel with Teletext information that you want to see.
2. Press the TEXT/MIX button(a/b) once or twice (See Note1) to select
Teletext mode.
3. Press the TV button to exit Teletext mode.
TELETEXT Mode
....................................................
TELETEXT
400
300
200
100
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
CYAN
LIST
....................................................
TELETEXT
Weather
Movir
Sports
News
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
CYAN
FLOF
Basic TEXT features common to the two systems
a)   Fast Page Selection
1. 
Select the appropriate programme channel.
2. Press the TEXT/MIX (a/b) button once or twice (See Note1) to select Teletext mode.
3. To recall a page number displayed in the coloured brackets, simply press the corresponding coloured button.
b)   0~9 digit buttons
Enter a desired page number with the 0~9 digit buttons. (To select P.100: press 1, 0, 0).
c) Page selector (UP/DOWN)
You can sequentially select page numbers by pressing the cursor UP/DOWN buttons 
/
(channel selector
buttons in the TV mode).
CH
CH
Note1: This model has the “LATERAL Teletext” function described on Pg. 26.
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TEXT/MIX button (a
a
/b
b
)
Every time this button is pressed, the Teletext is displayed in different modes, following the  sequence described:
TV Mode
LATERAL Teletext Mode: superimposed on the right
TELETEXT Mode: full screen
MIX Mode: Teletext superimposed over the current program.
TV Mode
HALF/PAGE button (
s)
Each time you press the button, the power/lower half of the teletext page is magnified and displayed on the screen.
This button does not work in “LATERAL Teletext” mode (See Note1).
 
HOLD button (
a
Any teletext page or subpage can be held on the screen by pressing the HOLD button.
Press the button again to cancel the hold mode. 
 
REVEAL button (
d)
Press this button to reveal hidden information such as the answer to a quiz.
Press the button again to hide the information.
 
CLOCK button  (
f)
In TV mode: When the TV signal with TEXT data is received, by pressing this button the real time information will
appear on the top right area of the screen.
In Teletext mode: When a selected Teletext page has hidden subpages, these pages can be seen in the following
manner:
1.  Press the CLOCK button ( 
f ). Screen will show « = = = = ».
2.  Enter 4 digits corresponding to the subpage desired. E.g. 0021 for subpage number 21.
3.  Wait until page appears.
NOTE: You can use this button together with the DISPLAY CANCEL (
k) button. This means that you can view
the main TV picture until the subpage has been found. The on screen TV icon in the top left side of the screen  will show
«TXT». When the subpage has been found, the screen will change to the subpage number.
Press the TEXT/MIX (a/b) button to view the subpage.
 
CANCEL button (
k)
With this button Teletext information is cancelled and TV picture is restored. «TXT» indication is shown on screen.
In this position, the TV programme can not be changed, being in Teletext/Cancelled mode. When a change takes place
in the Teletext information, the upper time of the cancelled page or some other indication of special pages is shown on
screen. To uncancel, press TEXT/MIX (a/b) button and the whole teletext is shown.
NOTE:
This button can be used together with the clock button while awaiting subpages.
This button does not work in “LATERAL Teletext” mode (See Note1).
 
RESET button (
h)
Press the reset button (
h) to return back to index page and go out from Teletext mode.
 
LIST button
Pressing this button you force the teletext to LIST Mode. It means that row 24 (bottom row of Teletext) will not have
transmitter information, only the pages that  have previously been stored in the memory. (More information on the next
page - Teletext Page memory List -). 
Pressing LIST button again we go out from LIST Mode and system is going to be identified again (FLOF).
INDEX button (
j
Press the INDEX button (
j) to return back to index page.
Other TEXT features common to the two systems
Note1: This model has the “LATERAL Teletext” function described on Pg. 26.
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This function allows you to display and consult the Teletext, on the
right side of the screen, while viewing the image of the current
channel.
The LATERAL Teletext is activated on the first click of the TEXT/MIX
button (a/b).
When the LATERAL Teletext is used, the following Teletext buttons
are not available: 
● Cancel button (
k
): To cancel the Teletext information
● Upper/Lower/Full Button (
s
): To magnify the upper/lower half.
LATERAL Teletext
LATERAL Teletext
Teletext Page memory List
a)  How to Operate Page Memory
Your TV has 40 teletext page number memories for fast recall of teletext information.
In programme positions 1 through 9, four teletext page numbers can be stored in each position; a total of 36 pages.
In programme positions 10 through 99, only one programme with 4 page numbers can be stored. If you try to store
more than 4 page numbers in a programme position between 10 and 99, the previously stored page numbers will be
erased.
Select the programme channel number into which you want to store teletext page numbers.
1. Press the TEXT/MIX (a/b) button to enter the teletext mode.
2. Press the LIST button to change from FLOF system to LIST mode.
3. Press a coloured button corresponding to the coloured brackets on the screen for page number storage.
4. Enter the teletext page number using the 0~9 digit buttons (enter three digits) or channel selector 
/
buttons.
5. Repeat steps 3. and 4. until the numbers for the desired pages have been entered.
6. Press the STORE (
g) button to memorize the page numbers you require. The symbol «STORE» appears on the
screen. 
7. Press the TV button to exit the teletext mode.
CH
CH
P300
(LIST TELETEXT)
400
300
200
100
P100
(FLOF TELETEXT)
Wheather
Movie
Sports
News
YELLOW
P425
400
425
200
100
If you want to store,
press button
Input
4, 2, 5
Press
LIST
and
YELLOW
buttons
  
LIST
Advanced TEXT operation -LIST mode-
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
CYAN
b) Fast Page Selection - LIST mode -
1. Select the appropriate programme channel.
2. Press the TEXT/MIX (a/b) button to enter the teletext mode.
3. Press the LIST button to change from FLOF system to LIST mode.
4.  To recall a page number displayed in the coloured brackets, simply press the corresponding coloured button.
5. Press the LIST button (a) again to return to FLOF Mode.
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