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HITACHI C32WF540N
Owner's Manual


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Description of HITACHI C32WF540N 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.

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In all the other menus, one of the items can be selected by pressing either of the “ “ or “ ” buttons. Pressing either of the “ “ or “ ”buttons will allow the item to be changed or you can go to the submenu. Pressing the “ MENU” button will take you to the previous menu and you can exit the menu display by pressing the "TV" button.

Sound Menu
To change sound settings:
• To make changes to the sound settings you will have to enter the sound menu. There are two ways of entering the sound menu: • You can enter the Sound Menu directly by pressing the red “ ” button or • You can press the “ MENU” button, which takes you to the main menu, then select sound using the “ “ or “ ” buttons and then enter the sound menu pressing either of the “ “ or “ ” buttons

Setting Balance:
• Using “ • Press “ • Press “ “ or “ ” button select Balance. ” button to change balance rightwards. ” button to change balance leftwards.

Setting Volume:
As you enter the sound menu, Volume will be the first selected option. Pressing the “ ” button will increase the volume. Pressing the “ ” button will decrease the volume. Alternatively you can change the volume setting by pressing either of the “ handset. ” or “ ” buttons on the remote control

Setting Sound Effect:
You can use this feature to switch on and off sound effect. Pressing “ “ or “ ” button will turn on and off this feature. If the current sound system is MONO and the sound effect is set ON, then the sound will be heard as if it is STEREO. If the current sound system is STEREO, switching this effect on will make the sound deeper. Switching it off will make no change in MONO and STEREO.

Setting Bass Level:
• Using “ • Press “ • Press “ “ or “ ” button select Bass.

To Store the Settings:
• Using “ “ or “ ” button select Store. Press “ “ or “ ” button to store current sound settings. The stored values will be valid for all the programmes.

” button to increase bass level. ” button to decrease bass level.

Setting Treble Level:
• Using “ • Press “ • Press “ “ or “ ” button select Treble. ” button to increase treble level. ” button to decrease treble level.

To Change Headphone Sound Settings:
When using headphones, you can change the sound setting in the headphone Menu. To do this select headphones using the “ “ or “ ” buttons and then enter the headphone menu by pressing either of the “ “ or “ ” buttons. GB - 10 -

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