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Using TV Menu Chapter 4 41
Analog CC Type If available, lets you select the captioning mode used for displaying
captioning information. If you are unsure of the differences among the modes, you may
prefer to leave the closed captioned mode set to CC1, which displays complete text of the
program in the primary language in your area.
Digital CC Type If available, lets you select a closed caption service mode (1.6) for digital
Digital CC Preset If available, lets you select between Default and Custom options.
Custom changes according to what you set for the options below.
Digital CC Color Lets you choose the color of the digital closed-caption text: White, Red,
Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan or Black.
Dig. CC Back. Color Lets you choose the color of the area of the screen behind the
digital closed-caption text: White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan or Black.
Digital CC Style If available, lets you customize the following display options:
Digital CC Opacity Lets you set the appearance of the digital closed-caption text:
Solid, Transparent, Translucent, or Flashing.
Digital CC Back. Opacity Lets you set the area of the screen behind the digital
closed-caption text : Solid, Transparent, Translucent, or Flashing.
Digital CC Edge Color Lets you choose the edge color of the digital closed-caption
text: Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, or Cyan.
Digital CC Edge Type Lets you choose the edge type of the digital closed-caption
text: None, Raised, Depressed, Outline, Left shadow, Right shadow.
Digital CC Size Lets you set the size of the digital closed-caption text. You can choose
Standard, Large, or Small.
Digital CC Font Lets you select a character design for the digital closed-caption text.
A font is a complete assortment of letters, numbers, punctuation marks, etc. in a given
design. You can choose from a variety of fonts (Style 1-7).
Lets you select your preferred language for the menus: English, Espanol or
Light Sensor If you choose On, this feature is activated.
• When activated, this feature monitors the ambient light conditions in the room and adjusts
the TV’s backlight for optimum viewing. It also serves as an energy saving feature by lowering
the backlight power level when appropriate (typically in darker room conditions).
• The TV has a multi-colored LED that adjusts based on the backlight power level with “green”
representing the highest level of energy savings. Please refer to the table at the left for the various
conditions of the backlight power level and LED colors when the light sensor is active.
Note: When TV is On and the light sensor is Off, the LED color will be yellow.
Autotuning The Auto Tuning menu was explained in Chapter 3. Go to page 34 for more
Enter Time If you didn't set the time reference channel, enter the current time manually.
Press OK to start input, press left and right arrow buttons to select the input space, then use
up and down arrow buttons to set hours, minutes and AM/PM. Press OK to finish input.
Auto Time Channel Choose a station to have the TV set the time for you. Wait about one
minute for the time to be set.
Sleep Timer Use the left and right arrow keys to set the TV to turn off after a given amount of time.
Time Zone Select the current local time among Eastern, Atlantic, Newfoundland, Samoa,
Hawaii, Alaska, Pacific, Central and Mountain.
Daylight Saving Choose between Off and Automatic modes.
options only have an
effect on true digital
closed captions. Not
all captioning on
digital channels is
depends on what
the broadcaster is
sending. If the
closed captioning for
a program is not
digital, the Digital CC
style settings will not
have an effect.
Digital CC Style
Digital CC opacity Solid
Digital CC Back. Opacity Flashing
Digital CC Edge Color Black
Digital CC Edge Type None
Digital CC Size Standard
Digital CC font Semi Serif
Enter Time --:--
<OK>: Start/Finish Edit <U/D/L/R>: Adjust
Auto Time Channel A2
Sleep Timer Off Z
Time Zone Samoa
Daylight Saving Automatic
TV mode Backlight
Full Power Level
Mid Power Level
Low Power Level