Remote control keys
The remote control lets you control the
main functions of theVCR or DVD.
Press the Select key to select the required
mode : VCR, DVD, SAT, AMP or CD.The
remote control indicator lights up to
display the selected mode. It switches off
automatically after 60 seconds if left idle.
The remote control automatically returns
toTV mode.The following keys are
operational, depending on the equipment :
(cursor)- P + 09deÁ
To set theTV to standby mode.
To switch theTV set on again, press
b, - P + or 09.
Select peripherals (p.9)
Press several times to select the
required EXT connector.
VCR DVD SAT AMP CD
Radio /TV mode
To switch theTV set to radio orTV
mode (for versions equipped
Teletext keys (p. 8)
or PIP orVCR / DVD .
To activate / deactivate the surround
sound effect. In stereo, this gives the
impression that the speakers are
further apart. For models equipped
withVirtual Dolby Surround*, you
can experience Dolby Surround Pro
Logic sound effects.
Teletext (p. 8).
Audio and video equipment key
To call up or exit the menus.
To access the next or previousTV
channel from the list of Favourite
Programmes (see p. 5).
These 4 keys are used to move
around the menus (<>≤≥).
To adjust the sound level.
Direct access to the programmes. For
a 2 digit programme, enter the 2nd
digit before the dash disappears.
To mute or restore the sound.
To display / remove the programme
number,the name (if it exists) and the
sound mode.Hold down for 5
seconds to permanently display the
programme number on the screen.
Used to force programmes in Stereo
and Nicam Stereo to Mono or, for
bilingual programmes, to choose
between Dual I or Dual II.
The Mono indication is red when in forced
List of radio stations (p.5)
16:9 Format (p. 7).
Dual screen (according to the version)
To activate/disable the display on
To access the previously viewed
screens. The second screen
Smart picture and sound
Used to access a series of predefined
picture and sound settings.
The personal position relates to settings
selected from the menus.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbols are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.