Panasonic TVs come with many different features. Models CT-27HL14, CT-32HXC14 and CT-32HC14 all have the ability to minimise reflections and distortions. This means no matter where you are in the room you will not get a glare from the lighting of the room. These models are all HD-ready; they must be hooked up to an HD receiver to display HD programming. Some of their additional features are a wake timer, sleep timer and a V-chip.
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Plug in the television.
Put new batteries in the remote control.
Turn on the TV. The auto set-up menu appears.
Select "TV" (antenna) or "CABLE" mode.
Press "VOL >" to start auto programming. Wait until the auto programming has stopped before proceeding.
Press "VOL >" to display the adjustment menu.
Press "< VOL" or "VOL >" to adjust discolouration in the picture and adjust picture tilt.
Press "POWER" to turn the TV on and off.
Press "TV," "VCR," "DBS/CBL" or "DVD" to select a remote operation.
Press the "ACTION" button, located in the middle of the large circle, to access the TV menu.
Press the "MUTE" button to mute the sound.
Press "TV/VIDEO" to select TV or video mode.
Press the "MENU" button to access DVD and DBS menus.
Press the numeric keypad to select any channel.
Press the "R-TUNE" button to switch to previously viewed channel or video mode.
Press the "SAP" button to select audio modes (Stereo, SAP or Mono).
Press "<VOL" or "VOL>" to adjust TV sound and to navigate menus.
Press "CH up" and "CH down" to select next or previous channel and navigate menus.
Press the "RECALL" button to display time, channel, sleep timer and other options.
Press the "GUIDE" button for DBS functions.
Press the "EXIT" button for DBS functions.
Press the "PROG" button to enter the minor number in a compound channel number (DBS mode only).
Use the "REW," "PLAY," "FF," "PAUSE," "STOP," "REC" to operate components.
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