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HOW TO USE THE VOLUME CONTROLS
se the Volume control to set the TVâs volume level on the TV screen. The Volume level or scale will be seen each time the VOLUME buttons (on the TV or remote) are pressed. (0 being the lowest, 63 being the highest.)
COL TEMP AI VOLUME TREBLE BASS COOL ON ON ON 15
Try it out.
Press the VOL (+) or (â) buttons. The VOLUME indicator should appear at the bottom of the screen. If the VOLUME LIMIT control is turned on (see below), the TV sound cannot be adjusted beyond its current settings (for example 25).
Press the MENU button on the remote, then press the CH (+) or (â) to scroll the on-screen menu until the word VOLUME appears within the highlight box.
Press the VOL (+) or (-) buttons to adjust the volume level. Press STATUS/EXIT button to clear the screen.
1 4 7
2 5 8 0
3 6 9
When the Volume button is pressed an on-screen display will appear.
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LIMITING THE VOLUME
ou can limit the maximum volume level of the TV set. Once the Volume Limit control is set the TV sound cannot be played louder than the maximum preset level.
STEREO ON ON OFF TUNER
Remember, the VOLUME LIMIT control (when ON) will not allow TV sound to exceed the set VOLUME level. (See VOLUME control section
SOUND AVL INPUT STEREO ON ON OFF TUNER
VOLUME LIMIT INPUT SLEEPTIMER
Press the MENU button on the remote, then press the CH (+) or (-) to scroll the on-screen menu until the words VOLUME LIMIT appears BEGIN within the highlight box. Press the VOLUME (+) or (â) button to turn the VOLUME LIMIT control ON. Press the STATUS/EXIT button to clear the screen.
VOLUME LIMIT SLEEPTIMER
STATUS/EXIT CH MENU MUTE CH SURF POWER VOL VOL
NOTE: Not all features (and drawings) discussed in this section will necessarily match those found with your television set. This is normal and does not require you contacting your dealer or requesting service.