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Description of HITACHI C24W430N Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English

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W ide Screen Modes cont’
AUTO cont’
AUTO mode can also detect 14:9 ratio signals, when this mode has been selected thin black bars appear to the sides of the screen (example 3). NOTE: Other screen formats may be transmitted by certain broadcasters, these are 14 x 9 True Wide Screen and 16 x 9L/14 x 9L with subtitles. Your TV is able to detect these formats and adjust the set automatically (subject to WSS transmitting).

example 3
Panoramic mode emulates that of a Wide Screen broadcast for 4 x 3 transmissions. This is achieved by maintaining the proportions of the centre of the screen while extending the images on the sides of the screen (example 4).

example 4
MANUAL SETTINGS Some modes can also be manually selected if some pictures appear distorted or stretched, or
subtitle information becomes lost. Follow the guide below to apply the correct setting.

16 x 9L
The 16:9 Letterbox mode is used to expand a 16:9 letterbox style picture so that it uses the full screen to display the picture. Letterbox type pictures are identifiable by the black bars that appear on the top and bottom of the screen and some objects appear stretched (see example 5). Once selected, the 16:9L mode displays the picture as example 2.

example 5
14 x 9L
When viewing pictures in the 14:9 Letterbox mode (example 6) thin black bars appear at the top and bottom of the screen, and images become slightly elongated. By selecting 14:9L mode the user can expand the TV picture to display more of the screen (see example 3 above).

example 6
If viewing movies or programmes containing screen subtitles whilst in 16 x 9L or 14 x 9L modes, the subtitle may become lost to the bottom of the screen. To overcome this problem, simply press the SUBTITLE button (5) once.The SUBTITLE feature compresses the bottom of the screen allowing the subtitles to be viewed, as in example 7. If, however, you wish to view Teletext subtitles a further press of the SUBTITLE button is required, this will then restore the screen to it’s original setting.

example 7
NOTE: Whatever Wide Screen mode was set before the TV is switched off will be the same condition when it is switched back on. The references to the Wide Screen modes are purely for guidance purposes only, your preferences may vary to those listed.


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