Just bought my Dad a DYNEX DX-LCD22-09 LCD TV (actually it's an LG). We can turn on the Closed Captioning, but the font is so small he can't read it. How can we get into the ''Option'' menu. It is greyed out.
It says in the manual ''Digital programs only''. How do we access this?
My Nephew actually accessed it on Christmas Day, but could not remember how he did it!! So it's do-able!! Thanx!
we just bought my mom a samsung 22inch and would like to increase the size of the font on the close captioning. Is there anyway to accomplish this or are there tvs which have larger displays?
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The button marked CCD "close caption display"
BTY if the TV programing is coming via cable box that the CCD feature needs to be turned off in the cable box under settings. If there is a cable remote the CC will usually be near to the "cable" button
I hope that this helps?
Hello 1. Get into its setup menu. 2. Press 'UP' or 'DN' button to select the "Closed Caption" option. 3. Press ' >' or "ENTER". The closed caption menu options. Select "CC" mode to 'Off' if it is now 'ON (Press UP or DN to hilight the option you want to OFF, and then press "Enter".
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.
Check the remote have a button CC.Used the CC button turn off all CC1,2,3 all off.Or goto tv Menu find closed caption 1,2,3 or Text 1,2,3 turn it all off.Will not get anymore closed captioning or big black boxes anymore.
Captioned programs are marked in TV listings by "CC". so press the cc button on the remote and the closed caption option will be applied.press that cc button again to turn off the closed caption option. 1) Check the size and manufactured year of your television. If it was made after 1993 and is larger than 13 inches, it has a closed captioning system built into it. Otherwise, you may need to purchase a separate closed caption system, which are available at a number of online outlets.
2)Turn on your TV and access the menu for closed captioning. The precise location of the menu varies by television set. Most are accessible by pressing the "Audio" or "Set Up" menu on your remote, then scrolling down to the "CC" or "Closed Captioning" option. Check your owner's manual for precise instructions.
3)Turn the closed captioning option to the "On" position. It will then run closed captions for every program that broadcasts them. Newer sets may allow you to adjust the size, font and colors of the closed captioning letters to fit your individual tastes.
4)Tune to a particular program for a few minutes to make sure the closed captions are working. Note that while many broadcasts run closed captioning, not all of them do. If the captions don't appear, check your TV listing to ensure the program includes them.
5)If you're watching aDVdon your TV, access the DVD's "Set Up" menu. It should have captioned options, which allow you to show captions in English and possibly other languages as well.