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Using this button will set the Closed Caption mode when viewing a DTV or TV channel.
Enable Caption Using the TV Menu
Open the Menu screen, select the third icon, in the middle, this is the Setup Menu.
In the Setup Menu, choose the Caption option.
Caption: There are three items in it - Analog Closed Caption, Digital Closed Caption and Digital Caption Style
Analog Closed Caption: CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4, TEXT1,TEXT2, TEXT3, TEXT4.
Digital Closed Caption: Service1, Service2, Service3, Service4, Service5, Service6.
Digital Caption Style: There are two Caption Styles. One is the
automatic function set as the broadcaster, while the other is the custom
style where you can adjust the font size, color, opacity, background
color etc., accordingly.
Depending of what model of TV you have, the option to turn off the Closed Captioning is usually found in the MAIN MENU under the heading of AUDIO OPTIONS.
Look in the AUDIO OPTIONS menu and try to find where it says CAPTION VISION, or CC1, or CC2, or XDS, or TEXT1, or something similar for the display setting, then switch that to OFF.
Otherwise look on your remote control for a button to turn off the Closed Captioning (CC).
It may be a button called DISPLAY, and you just press that repeatedly until DISPLAY OFF appears on the screen.
If you provide the exact MODEL NUMBER for your TV next time in your question, more precise instructions can be provided in order to help you out.
Now use the INFO or DISPLAY button on the remote to activate the closed captioning.
It should say something like CC1 ON once you get it right.
That should be about it.
Note that not every single channel has closed captioning for every single show and that the words usually take a few seconds to show up on the screen when you change to a new channel.
Good luck, hope this helps. Keep us updated on your progress.
the tx is a box with writing in it, whereas cc is closed captioning, which is just writing on the screen. if the tx is unavailable, you will get a black screen. try the cc if you want closed captioning.
Subtitles are controlled by 'CC". Closed Captioning. Look for a CC button on the remote or captioning. Captioning usually is in the menu as well under 'settings'. Closed captioning has several settings. OFF turns all captioning off. CC1, CC2, CC3 & CC4 are captioning styles. Text is for text channels.
meknow is right I think. To turn off your closed captioning hopefully all you need to do is get into the setup menu. You didn't list what kind of TV you have so this is a generic solution. Go into menu and in a setup menu there will be a closed captioning way to select to turn the box off.
The reason sometimes you see it and sometimes you don't is because some programs have closed cationing and some don't.
And because you are only seeing a blank box and not closed captioning is because there are different closed captioning standards. CC1, CC2, etc.
So if you can find the menu item that allows you to turn off the closed captioning, it would be a good start to solving your problem.
To view the captions, all you have to do is turn on the decoder by following these simple steps:
Access your TV menu screen using your remote or by pressing a button on the face of the TV.
Select the closed captions heading. Several different caption options may appear.
Select the "CC1" option.
Exit the menu.
Closed captions should appear within approximately one minute of adjusting this setting. If they do not, review this portion of your television's operating manual or contact the manufacturer of the television set.
Public Television stations do not transmit Closed captioning