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You can reduce the noise. Select the VNR in the PICTURE FEATURES menu under PICTURE menu, then choose a setting of VNR function.
â MENU PICTURE menu VNR
You can disable the front control buttons of the TV. Select the CHILD LOCK in the FEATURES menu, then choose ON or OFF.
FEATURES menu CHILD LOCK
PICTURE FEATURES menu
OFF AUTO MIN MAX VNR is turned off. Effect of VNR is automatically controlled. Effect of VNR becomes minimum level. Effect of VNR becomes maximum level.
You can set the TV to turn off automatically to standby mode after a set time. Press the OFF TIMER button to select a desired period of time.
If you select MAX, the picture becomes softer even if the original picture is sharp.
You can set the period of time to a maximum of 120 minutes in 10 minutes step.
You can choose your desired on screen display language. Select the LANGUAGE in the INSTALL menu, then choose a language.
â MENU INSTALL menu LANGUAGE â MENU
BACK I OK
To operate this function with a menu:
FEATURES menu OFF TIMER
When the elapsed of time left one minute, âGOOD NIGHT!â appears on the screen. You can display the OFF TIMER menu again to confirm or change the remaining time. â About the basic operations of the menu, please see the âHow to operate menus and menus locationsâ on page 5.