2 The Guide and the Reference book This Guide contains information about the daily use of your Bang & Olufsen product. The Reference book contains information about connecting and operating external equipment. We expect your Bang & Olufsen retailer to deliver, install and set up your products. However, the information required to install and set them up is included in the Reference book. This is useful if you move your products or expand your system at a later date. Index The Reference book also contains an index which refers to this Guide and the Reference book. It can help you find the specific subject you want to know more about.
3 Contents Introducing your Bang & Olufsen television, 4 Find out how to use your remote control and bring up the menus on the screen. Watch TV, 8 Find out how to operate the daily functions of your television. See two sources at the same time, 11 Find out how to use the dual-screen function of your television. Surround sound and Home cinema, 12 How to use your television as a Home cinema. Teletext, 14 How to use the teletext functions of your television, for example MEMO pages. Use the DVD player, 16 How to operate the daily functions of the DVD player and call up on-screen menus. The pincode system, 20 How to utilise the pincode system. Maintenance, 22 How to clean your television and your remote control.
4 4 Introducing your BeoVision and remote control Your Bang & Olufsen remote control Remote control gives you access to all functions of your television. The instructions in this Guide and the Reference book are based on the Beo5 sources and functions Select zone In the ZONES screen you select the area in which your television is placed. Beo5 remote control. To ease operation of the television with a Beo4 remote control Beo4 based instructions are inserted in View your sources When you have selected a zone, the audio and video sources available in this zone appear as buttons on the screen. Select a source and activate it by a press. parentheses, when it is needed. Activate source controls For generel information about remote control operation, refer to the Guide enclosed with your remote control. STOP PLAY Once a source is activated, the functions related to this source appear as buttons on the screen. If you select TV for example, you will be able to activate functions such as TEXT or MENU. BACK Displays digits to select for example a television channel. Press again to return to the previous Beo5 screen. Beo5 A Beo5 remote control has a characteristic display with scene, source and control buttons. When you press one button, you reveal a new display screen with buttons that allow you to access more functions, until you have reached the last layer of buttons. In this display you also bring up number buttons. Under the Beo5 display, you have a ball with buttons for generic source operation and menu operation. Backs up through Beo5 display screens. Accesses buttons to set the scene around your Bang & Olufsen setup, for example to control speakers and stand positions and to select zone. Press again to return to the previous Beo5 screen. To use the coloured buttons press the volume wheel next to the specific colours.
5 5 Beo4 A Beo4 remote control is a long, slim remote control with a small display on the top. Groups of buttons are found under the display starting with source buttons, number buttons and then buttons for generic source operation at the bottom. Source buttons The source buttons are used for switching on your Bang & Olufsen audio and video products, other audio/video integrated systems and the Bang & Olufsen light control. Some externally connected products may have to be switched on via the LIST button and subsequent relevant buttons or cues shown in the Beo4 display. TV LIGHT RADIO DTV DVD CD V MEM RECORD A MEM Additional sources and source controls Pressing LIST repeatedly displays extra buttons for functions or sources in the Beo4 display TEXT 0 MENU Control buttons within the star-shaped button The arrow buttons, the GO button and the coloured buttons are used for generic source operation and menu operation. LIST GO EXIT STOP
6 >> Introducing your BeoVision and remote control Beo5 and Beo4 Beo5 and Beo4 operation of your television resemble each other. However, there are a few main differences to take into consideration. For more information about remote control buttons, refer to the Guide enclosed with your remote control. Beo5 The centre button and PLAY The centre button is used to accept and store settings. PLAY is used to start playback of, for example, a DVD. STOP and BACK STOP is used to pause and stop playback of, for example, a DVD and to back up through menus. BACK is used to exit menus. Beo4 GO GO is used to accept and store settings. It is also used to start playback of, for example, a DVD. STOP and EXIT STOP is used to pause and stop playback and to go back to the previous on-screen menu. EXIT on Beo4 is used to exit all menus. Source control and scene display In the source control and scene displays different functions are available to control sources and set the scene. LIST In LIST different functions are available to control sources and set the scene. In most cases you must press GO on Beo4 to enter or accept the function you have found. Arrow buttons Beo5 has two sets of arrow buttons. With the outer arrow buttons you cue, rewind and step through programmes, tracks and recordings. With the inner arrow buttons you move around in menus. Arrow buttons Beo4 has one set of arrow buttons, which you use to cue, rewind and step through programmes, tracks and recordings and to move around in menus. Source control display Functions related to built-in or connected equipment, such as the built-in DVD player or a set-top box, are displayed in the source control display. Menu overlay You can bring up a menu overlay on the television screen, if you press MENU. This menu overlay provides you with shortcuts to different functions.
7 7 Displayed information and menus Information about the selected source is shown in the televisions display. On-screen menus allow you to adjust settings. Menu name TV SETUP PROGRAM GROUPS Menu options Option contents Information field TUNING TIMER RECORDING PLAY TIMER OPTIONS STAND POSITIONS EDIT PROGRAM ADD PROGRAM AUTO TUNING select GO TV TUNING EDIT PROGRAMS ADD PROGRAM AUTO TUNING MANUAL TUNING LINK FREQUENCY 1 DR1 2 TV select GO E U R O S P O R How to use on-screen menus with Beo5 > Press a zone button, such as TV Area, to bring up the source buttons in the zone where your television is placed. > Press TV to switch on the television. > Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu. > Press or to move between the different menu options. > Press or to reveal different settings. > Press the centre button to bring up a menu or store a setting you have made. > Press STOP to step back through previous menus. > Press BACK to exit all menus. How to use on-screen menus with Beo4 > Press TV to switch on the television. > Press MENU to bring up the TV SETUP menu. > Press or to move between the different menu options. > Press or to reveal different settings. > Press GO to bring up a menu or store a setting you have made. > Press STOP to step back through previous menus. > Press EXIT to exit all menus.
8 Watch TV Choose a TV channel by its number and switch to another channel or source. Bring up a list of TV channels on the screen, adjust the sound volume or change the sound type or language. Select a TV channel When you switch the television on, the last channel viewed appears on the screen. > Press TV to switch on the television. > Press then a number button to go directly to a channel. (Beo4: Press a number button). > Press or to change channels one by one. > Press to switch the television to standby. Pressing PREVIOUS swaps between the current TV channel and previous TV channel. (Beo4: Press 0). Bring up a channel list All your TV channels appear on a list, which you can bring up on the screen. The list contains channel numbers and names, and can contain up to 99 TV channels. > Press TV to switch on the television. > Press the centre button to bring up a channel list on the screen. (Beo4: Press and hold GO). > Press or to step between pages in the channel list. (Beo4: Press or ). > To select a channel, press then a number button, or press or until the desired channel is highlighted and press the centre button to switch on the chosen channel. (Beo4: Press a number button or or then GO). > Press BACK to leave the menu. (Beo4: Press EXIT).
9 1 CNN 2 3 DISCOVER 4 CWNBC 5 BBCWORLD SUPER CH CRIME TV 12 CINEMA MOVIE NW more TV CHANNEL LIST select GO The channel list for TV is now called up. It provides you with an overview of all your TV channels. Adjust or mute the sound You can adjust or mute the sound at any time. > Turn the volume wheel clockwise or counterclockwise to adjust the volume up or down. (Beo4: Press or ). > Turn quickly counter-clockwise to mute the sound. (Beo4: Press in the middle of the or button). > Turn either way to bring the sound back. (Beo4: Press or ). Prolonged listening at high volume levels can cause hearing damage! Change sound type or language While you are watching TV, you can switch between the types of sound that are available. > Press Sound to bring up the current sound type on the display. (Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display SOUND and press GO). > Press sound repeatedly to switch to another sound type or language in a multi-language programme. (Beo4: Press GO repeatedly). > Press BACK to leave the SOUND function. (Beo4: Press EXIT). You can store your favourite sound type when tuning in your TV channels. For further information, refer to the chapter Edit tuned TV channels on page 38 in the Reference book.
10 10 >> Watch TV Turn the television You can turn the television using your remote control.* > Press to bring up the SCENE display on Beo5, then press Stand to bring up the STAND display. (Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display STAND). > Press Turn or Turn to turn the television to the left or the right, or press Position 1 9 to choose a pre-defined position; Position 1 represents the far left position, Position 9 represents the far right position. (Beo4: Press or or a number button. 1 represents the far left position, 9 represents the far right position). > If your television is equipped with a stand or wall bracket with motorised tilt function, press Tilt to bring up the Tilt display then press Tilt or Tilt to tilt the television up or down. (Beo4: Press or ). For further information about how to preset positions for TV viewing, refer to the chapter Set positions for the television to turn to on page 44 in the Reference book. *Note: You cannot use the motorised stand or wall bracket before you have completed the calibration of the built-in stand. Please refer to the chapter First time setup on page 26 in the Reference book.
11 See two sources at the same time 11 Your remote control gives you access to a dual-screen function for viewing two video sources at the same time. For example, you can view a video tape playback and a TV programme at the same time, provided that the selected sources are available in your system. While watching a programme or recording, you can divide the screen between the current programme or recording (picture A in the second illustration) and a new programme or recording (picture B). You can also swap the two pictures at any time. A A B Volume adjustment always affects picture A, while other operations, such as selecting channels, affect picture B. Choosing a new source cancels dual-screen viewing. You can view two HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) sources at the same time, but only if one of the sources is connected to either the HDMI A or HDMI B socket, and the other source is connected to either the HDMI C or HDMI D socket. For further information about the HDMI sockets, refer to the chapter Connection panels on page 20 in the Reference book. B While watching, for example, TV > Press P-and-P to bring up the P and P display on Beo5. (Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display P-AND-P). > Press, for example, DVD to select the source to view on the right side of the screen (B). > Press Swap to swap the left picture and right picture. (Beo4: Press 0). To leave the dual-screen function > Press Exit to leave the function and return to normal viewing of the source on the left side of the screen (A) Pressing Text while the function is active brings up teletext on the right hand side of the screen for the source shown in picture B. If there is no teletext service available for this source, the screen turns black. To bring up V.TUNER on the right hand side of the screen, you must press P-and-P, then TV. (Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display P-AND-P, then press TV). To bring up hard disc recordings on the right hand side of the screen, you must press P- and-p, then VMEM. (Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display P-AND-P, then press VMEM). NOTE! If you have a Beo4, press LIST repeatedly until P-V.AUX is shown in the Beo4 display, to view a source registered in the CONNECTIONS menu as V.AUX, such as a set-top box.
12 12 Surround sound and Home cinema You can extend your television into a surround sound system by adding Bang & Olufsen loudspeakers and up to two BeoLab 2 subwoofers. When you switch on one of the sources, speakers in a surround sound system can be cut in or out, depending on what kind of sound suits the source you are using. If you connect a projector, you can turn your television into a Home cinema. When you switch to the Home cinema setup, the television switches the picture from its own screen to the projector screen and activates the appropriate speakers. For further information about how to connect speakers to the television, refer to the chapter Set up the television on page 16 in the Reference book. Select speakers for movie sound You can select the speaker combination that suits the source you are using, provided that the various speaker modes are available in your television. > Press to bring up the Scene display on Beo5, then press Speaker to bring up the Speaker display on Beo5. (Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display SPEAKER). > Press the centre button, if you want to optimise the sound, or press Mode 1 5 to select the speaker combination you want. The selected speakers cut in automatically. (Beo4: Press GO or 1 5). > Press to remove the Speaker display from the Beo5 screen and return to the source you were using. (Beo4: Press EXIT). Speaker combinations SPEAKER 1 Sound in the centre speaker only. SPEAKER 2 Stereo sound in the front speakers. Subwoofers are active. SPEAKER 3 The centre speaker, front speakers and subwoofers are active. SPEAKER 4 The front speakers, surround speakers, and subwoofers are active. SPEAKER 5 Surround sound from all speakers and subwoofers. For programmes encoded in Surround Sound. If you have added only two front speakers to the television, you will only be able to choose SPEAKER 1 3.
13 13 Picture format Your television always ensures you the best possible picture. It automatically adapts the picture so that it fills out as much of the screen as possible. However, you can always choose the format you prefer. When you select a format yourself, the automatic format selection is deactivated, until you switch to a different channel or change source. > Press to bring up the Scene display on Beo5, then press Picture to bring up the Picture display on Beo5. (Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display FORMAT). > Press Optimise if you want to optimise the picture, or press the name of the desired picture format, for example Standard. (Beo4: Press GO or 1 3). Picture formats to choose from Standard (Beo4: FORMAT 1) For standard TV pictures. Two variations are available: Panoramic view (for the largest picture) and 4:3. Zoom (Beo4: FORMAT 2) For Zoom pictures. When you select Zoom, the picture is automatically adjusted vertically. This ensures that channel names or subtitles if these appear in the broadcasted picture can be seen. Wide (Beo4: FORMAT 3) For genuine 16:9 wide-screen pictures. Switch to Home cinema If a projector is connected, you can use your remote control and move the picture from the television screen onto a projector screen for a special occasion or movie. > Press to bring up the Scene display on Beo5, then press Cinema to bring up the Cinema display on Beo5. (Beo4: Press LIST repeatedly to display FORMAT). > Press Cinema to switch between Home cinema mode and ordinary TV mode. (Beo4: Press 0). > Press to leave the function. (Beo4: Press EXIT). If you have chosen Standard > Press Variation to switch between variations of this format. (Beo4: Press or ). If you have chosen Standard or Zoom > Press or on the Beo5 display to move the picture up and down. (Beo4: Press or ). > Press to leave the Picture function. (Beo4: Press EXIT).
14 14 Teletext If you select a channel and the broadcaster offers a teletext service, the television gives you access to teletext pages and any subpages linked to the pages. The arrow buttons on your remote control and the menu bar at the top of the screen, help you move to the page you want. When you get there, you can pause the turning of subpages to read them at your own pace. The television can remember your favourite pages, reveal hidden messages or help you switch to another channel s teletext service. To make your favourite teletext pages appear first when you bring up teletext, store them as MEMO pages. NOTE! If your television is linked via a BeoLink cable to another television, stored MEMO pages are not shared among these televisions. MEMO pages must be stored manually on each linked television. Basic teletext functions Navigate through teletext pages by using the menu bar at the top of the teletext page. > Press Text to gain access to teletext and BACK to leave teletext. (Beo4: Press TEXT and EXIT). To move to a new page > Enter the number of the page you wish to see, or > press to move the highlighted cursor to PAGE. (Beo4: Press ). > Press or to step between pages, and hold to step faster. > Pressing the centre button steps to index pages (100, 200, 300 ). (Beo4: Press GO). To move to another teletext service > Press to move the highlighted cursor to CHANNEL. (Beo4: Press ). If MEMO pages have been created, MEMO is highlighted when you switch on teletext. Press or while MEMO is highlighted to find CHANNEL. > Press the centre button to bring up a channel list. (Beo4: Press GO). > Press or to find a desired channel. (Beo4: Press or ). > Press the centre button to switch to another teletext service. (Beo4: Press GO). PAGE CHANNEL HALT REC SETUP REVEAL P100 BBC S100 Wed 13 Oct 12:39:34 PAGE CHANNEL HALT REC SETUP REVEAL P100 BBC S100 Wed 13 Oct 12:39:34 To stop subpages from turning > Press STOP to stop subpages from turning, or > move the cursor to HALT and press the centre button. HALT is replaced by a set of four digits. (Beo4: Move to HALT and press GO). > Use and to step to the subpage you wish to see, or > enter its number using the number buttons. > Press the centre button to restart page turning. (Beo4: Press GO). To reveal hidden messages and the like > Press to move the highlighted cursor to REVEAL. (Beo4: Press ). > Press the centre button to reveal hidden text on the current page. (Beo4: Press GO).
15 15 Store favourite teletext pages Nine MEMO pages are available for each television channel s teletext service. To create a MEMO page > Bring up a page you view often. > Press or to move the cursor along the menu bar to SETUP and press the centre button. The 9 available MEMO slots are shown by number. The first is highlighted. (Beo4: Press or and GO). > Press the centre button to store the current page. The cursor moves to the next available MEMO slot. (Beo4: Press GO). > Use the number buttons to select the next teletext page you wish to store. > Repeat the procedure for each page you wish to store. > To leave the MEMO setup, press or to move the cursor to BACK and press the centre button. (Beo4: Press or and GO). > Press BACK to leave teletext. (Beo4: Press EXIT). Day-to-day use of MEMO pages PAGE MEMO1 HALT REC SETUP REVEAL P100 BBC S100 Wed 13 Oct 12:39:34 PAGE MEMO2 HALT REC SETUP REVEAL P100 BBC S100 Wed 13 Oct 12:39:34 Store a teletext page as a MEMO page to be able to access it quickly. If you would like available teletext subtitles to appear automatically for a particular channel, store the teletext subtitles page as MEMO page 9. First time use of teletext PAGE PROGRAM HALT REC SETUP REVEAL P100 BBC S100 Wed 18 SEP 12:39:32 You may wish to refer to your teletext MEMO pages quickly, for example, if you are leaving for work and wish to check traffic information on a teletext service. To view MEMO pages > Press Text to bring up teletext. > Press or to move between MEMO pages. > Press BACK to leave teletext. (Beo4: Press EXIT). To delete a MEMO page > Press or to move the cursor to SETUP and press the centre button. (Beo4: Press or and GO). > Move the cursor to the MEMO page you wish to delete and press the yellow button. > Press the yellow button again to confirm. The very first time teletext is activated, it starts in dual-screen mode. You can then choose full-screen instead. The teletext mode is remembered the next time you switch on teletext. To change viewing mode > Press Text to bring up teletext. > Press Text again to switch between full-screen and dual-screen. > Press BACK to leave teletext. PAGE PROGRAM HALT REC SETUP REVEAL P100 BBC S100 Wed 13 Oct 12:39:34
16 16 Use the DVD player You can start and stop playback, step between chapters and tracks and cue back and forth on a disc. Bring up the DVD menus to change, for example, audio or subtitle language. Use the DVD main menu to make your own settings for DVD playback. You can always resume playback of the loaded DVD at the point where you left off provided that you have just stopped playback of the DVD by pressing STOP twice, not three times. When playing an audio CD, the television screen is blank. If you have a Beo4 remote control, note that some discs do not register, whether the DVD player is in play mode or menu mode when being operated. In these few cases, you must press the yellow button before sending a command to the player; In menus, for example, you must press the yellow button and then GO, to store a selection. Load and play a disc Load bar Place a disc in the loader with the label facing upwards. Eight centimetre discs may only be loaded provided with a suitable adaptor. Discs of other shapes cannot be played. To load a disc, press the load bar below the television screen. To load a disc and begin playback > Press the load bar below the screen. The loader slides out, and the display prompts you to load a disc. > Place a disc in the loader as described to the left. > Press and hold the load bar. The loader retracts, DVD is activated and playback begins automatically.* To load a DVD while watching TV, for example, for playback at a later point in time, press the load bar shortly. The loader retracts and playback does not begin. If you restart playback of a loaded disc after an interruption, playback resumes at the point of interruption. *NOTE! If the DVD player cannot recognise the format of a loaded disc, the disc is ejected and DVD LOAD is shown in the display window. This may be due to disc faults such as dust, dirt, fingerprints or scratches, or because the DVD is from an incompatible region. For more information about handling DVDs, refer to the chapter Maintenance of your television on page 22.
17 17 Play and change chapters or tracks on a disc > Press DVD to start playing a DVD or CD. > Press or to step between chapters or tracks. > Press or repeatedly to jump to another chapter or track on the disc. > Press and enter the chapter number to step directly to a chapter or track. > Press or to cue backwards or forwards during playback. > Press PLAY to resume playback. (Beo4: Press GO). Pause, slow playback or stop playback of a disc > Press STOP to pause playback. > Press or for playback in slow-motion either forwards or backwards (DVD only). > Press STOP again to stop playback completely*, or press PLAY to resume playback, or press STOP a third time to return to the beginning of the disc. (Beo4: Press GO instead of PLAY). Some video CDs and super VCDs have playback control menus, to bring up this menu press the yellow button, then STOP. *If you stop playback like this, the player remembers where you left off on the last five discs, and resumes playback, when you restart. To play other disc formats Your television is designed to play back different disc formats. Supported formats are: DVD-Video Audio CD Video CD CD-R/RW DVD-R/RW, provided that these are recorded using the DVD Video format and the disc is finalised. Discs containing mp3 files are supported, if the sampling frequency is set to either 32, 44.1 or 48 Khz. WMA (Windows Media Audio), except when protected with DRM (Digital Rights Management). When playing discs with mp3 or WMA files, use and to step between tracks, and and to wind. Press the blue button to bring up a list of the disc content and browse in the content. Press BACK to remove the list. JPEG files up to a resolution of 3072 x When playing discs with JPEG files, use the yellow button, then and, and to rotate the picture. DivX versions 3, 4, 5 and DivX VOD are supported. In general, playback of data generated files is only possible if the files are recorded onto a CD-R/RW or a DVD-R/RW. NOTE! Some DVDs offer special features which are temporarily available during playback, such as additional film sequences. In such situations, press the yellow button then PLAY to select this special feature. (Beo4: Press the yellow button then GO).
18 18 >> Use the DVD player Beo5 display buttons for the built-in DVD player Audio Subtitles AUDIO SUBTITLE SHIFT DISC MENU TOP MENU DISPLAY DVD SETUP ZOOM ANGLE DVD Disc Menu DVD Setup Display Angle Top Menu Zoom The menu overlay helps you remember the DVD functions, however, you can call up the functions without calling up the overlay first AUDIO SUBTITLE SHIFT DISC MENU TOP MENU DISPLAY DVD SETUP ZOOM ANGLE DVD menus With a Beo5 When you activate the DVD player the DVD menus and functions are shown in the Beo5 display. > Press DVD to switch on DVD. > Press the button that activates the function you want. With a Beo4 If you have a Beo4, you can bring up an overlay on the television screen to get a quick overview of the DVD menus. > Press DVD to switch on DVD. > Press MENU to bring up the DVD menu overlay. > Press one of the coloured buttons to activate a function, or > press the number button that activates the function you want. Use on-screen menus > Press Sound to bring up the audio language menu*. Press Sound repeatedly to switch between the available options. When you have made your selection, the menu disappears. (Beo4: Use the red button). > Press Subtitles to bring up the subtitle language menu*. Press Subtitles repeatedly to switch between the available options. When you have made your selection, the menu disappears. (Beo4: Use the green button). > Press Disc Menu to bring up the disc menu. (Beo4: Use the blue button). > Press,, and to move between options in the menus. (Beo4: Press,, and ). > Press the centre button to enter your choice or setting. (Beo4: Press GO). *Not all discs have separate subtitle and audio language menus, in those cases you must use the main or disc menu. NOTE! When DVD is selected as source, press MENU twice to bring up the television s main menu.
19 19 While DVD is selected How to use the DVD menus > Press Top Menu to bring up the disc s own top menu*. (Beo4: Press the yellow button then 1). > Press and to move between options in the menus. (Beo4: Press,, and ). > Press the centre button to enter your choice or setting. > Press Display to bring up the on-screen status display menu. Press again to change to the next on-screen display. Press a third time to remove the on-screen status display. (Beo4: Press the yellow button then 2). > Press Menu to bring up the DVD main menu. This is described to the right. (Beo4: Press the yellow button then 3). > Press Zoom to zoom in on the picture. Press > Press Menu to bring up the DVD main menu. (Beo4: Press the yellow button then 3). > Press or to move to the menu you wish to enter and press the centre button. (Beo4: Press or and GO). > Use the arrow keys;,, and to move between menus and settings. (Beo4: Press,, and ). > Press the centre button to store your choice. (Beo4: Press GO). > Press BACK to leave on-screen menus. (Beo4: Press EXIT). Play Mode Initial Settings Disc Navigator again to increase the zoom factor. Press a third time to exit the zoom feature. (Beo4: Press the yellow button then 4). > Press Angle to bring up the camera angle menu. Press again to switch between the available options. (Beo4: Press the yellow button then 5). When you have made your selection the menu disappears. However, if you What s on the Disc Navigator menu The Disc Navigator menu allows you to quickly step to specific titles or chapters on a disc. For information about the Play Mode menu and Initial Settings menu, refer to Settings and preferences for the DVD player on page 47 in the Reference book. Disc Navigator Title Chapter have switched on the angle indicator in the disc The Disc Navigator menu. setup menu, the icon remains on the screen. *Not all discs contain a top menu. NOTE! This DVD player is set for the appropriate region from the factory. Discs from incompatible regions will not play on this player.
20 20 The pincode system The pincode system is intended to make normal use of your television impossible for someone who does not know the pincode. You choose whether or not to activate the pincode system. When the pincode system is activated and the television has been disconnected from the mains for minutes, the pincode system goes into effect. When reconnected and switched on, the television automatically switches itself off after four minutes. Entering the pincode returns the television to normal. Note: If you change your pincode more than five times within a three-hour period, the PINCODE menu becomes inaccessible for three hours, assuming that the television is not disconnected from the mains. Disconnecting the television resets the three-hour period. Activate the pincode system PINCODE PINCODE 0... CONFIRM PINCODE.... PINCODE DELETE PINCODE NEW PINCODE next accept GO select GO If you wish to deactivate the pincode system, you can do so by deleting your pincode. To activate the pincode system > Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu. > Press twice, followed by STOP. The PINCODE menu appears on the screen. > Press and use the number buttons on Beo5 to enter the four digits of your code. (Beo4: Use the number buttons). > Press the centre button after the last digit is found. (Beo4: Press GO). > Re-enter your code to confirm it and press the centre button again. If the two codes are not identical, the input fields are cleared and you must enter the code again. (Beo4: Press GO). To change or delete your pincode > Press Menu to bring up the TV SETUP menu. > Press twice, followed by STOP. The PINCODE menu appears on the screen. > Enter the correct pincode and press the centre button. DELETE PINCODE is highlighted. (Beo4: Press GO). > To delete your code, press the centre button. (Beo4: Press GO). > To change your code, press to highlight NEW PINCODE and press the centre button. (Beo4: Press and GO). Press, enter the new code using the number buttons and press the centre button. (Beo4: Use the number buttons and press GO). Re-enter the new code to confirm it. If you inadvertently press a wrong button while entering a code, press STOP. The entry is cancelled and the input fields are cleared.
21 21 Enter the pincode If your television has been disconnected from the mains for minutes, the television prompts you for the pincode when you switch it on. You may not be able to switch the television on immediately wait approximately 30 seconds and try again. IMPORTANT! If you are prompted for a pincode the first time you switch on your television, contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer. PINCODE PINCODE 0... next accept GO When your television is switched on > Press and enter the code digits using the number buttons. (Beo4: Use the number buttons). > Press the centre button when the last digit is entered. (Beo4: Press GO). > Your television starts up again. Five incorrect entries will cause the television to shut down for three hours, during which operation is not possible. MASTERCODE MASTERCODE next accept GO If you have forgotten your pincode > Contact a Bang & Olufsen retailer to receive a five-digit mastercode. > When the television prompts you for your pincode, press and hold to bring up the MASTERCODE menu. > Press, enter the code digits using the number buttons and press the centre button to deactivate your pincode and reactivate your television. (Beo4: Use the number buttons and press GO). To use the pincode system again > Follow the procedure for activating the pincode system. NOTE! Should you lose or forget your code, contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer. Your retailer can provide you with a mastercode, which disables your pincode.
22 22 Maintenance of your television Regular maintenance, such as cleaning, is the responsibility of the user. To achieve the best result, follow the instructions to the right. Contact your Bang & Olufsen retailer to determine recommendations for regular maintenance. Cleaning Cabinet surfaces Wipe dust off the surfaces using a dry, soft cloth. Remove grease stains or persistent dirt with a soft, lint-free, firmly wrung cloth, dipped in a solution of water containing only a few drops of mild detergent, such as washing-up liquid. Contrast screen To clean the screen, use a mild window cleaning fluid. To retain the optimum performance of the screen, make sure that no streaks or traces of the cleaning fluid are left on the screen. Be ware that some types of micro-fibre cloths may harm the optical coating due to their strong abrasive effect. Never use alcohol or other solvents to clean any part of the television! Handling discs: Should the disc become soiled by fingerprints, dust or dirt, it can be wiped clean with a lint-free, soft, dry cloth. Always wipe in a straight line from the centre to the edge. Avoid extreme heat and humidity, and never write on your discs.
23 23 For your information Your needs as a user are given careful consideration during the design and development process of a Bang & Olufsen product and we strive to make our products easy and comfortable to operate. Therefore, we hope that you will take the time to tell us about your experiences with your Bang & Olufsen product. Anything which you consider important positive or negative may help us in our efforts to refine our products. Thank you! To contact us, visit our web-site on: or write to: Bang & Olufsen a/s BeoCare Peter Bangs Vej 15 DK 7600 Struer or fax: Bang & Olufsen BeoCare (fax) Technical specifications, features and the use thereof are subject to change without notice
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