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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: NEC FS5195 TV instruction manual
No manual found. But, I found this post on the web....
"if you press the "menu" button for 3 seconds you can set it up automatically (grey button on the lower right) and have 1 additional menu by pressing menu again. Hope this helps!"
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
SOURCE: I have just purchased a
If you are trying to connect it in composite mode (the one yellow video cable) it won't work with the PIP turned on which is how it comes from factory. This is crazy as it means that you cannot see anything (menus) on the screen to disable it. I have a walk through guide here to turn it off blind or the other option is to take the STB and connect it to another TV via Component or HDMI and then turn off the PIP.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
SOURCE: I just bought a teac
I find that with my HDB849 I have to be very carefull with the positioning of the aerial/rabbit ears to get all the channels to (ABC, 7, 9, 10, SBS and their sub cahnnels) to recieve them at all. Also once you get all the channels it is prone to digitization or pixilation at times due to bad weather/very overcast days.
Try the Teac.com.au for a firmware upgrade as this also solved not being able to view avis & images, listen to mp3's etc.
Overall the majority of reviews say the HDB849 is to be avoided.
Once set up correctly through trial and error and an absolute shitload of patience and re-tuning it seems to operate fine. Just pray you do not get a power outage or you have to start all over again.
Last point, try the teac 1300 number in Australia (or relevent country) and harras them for info whilst trying to stay calm and nice with the unlucky "tech support" person
Posted on Apr 17, 2011
SOURCE: i need to tune my
I have no idea what an antennae connection is. I assume you are talking about a Coaxial cable converter (large box that connects in line on the cable input). If this is the case, the box is override either channel 3 or 4. It either has a switch to pick which one of these to use or it is written on the box which one it uses.
If you are using a VGA connection (3 pins with 1 yellow, 1 white, and 1 red connector), then you have to find the AV channel. Every TV has one, unless it is like 4 decades old. If the TV is a few decades old, it may not have a channel called "AV" or "AUX". For example my dad's 25 year old TV uses 91 as the AUX channel. It is common for channels in the 90's to be used for this or channel 0. Best to just turn all the manually add/remove channels while the box is on. Then you can spot the right channel and add it to the listings.
Posted on May 09, 2011
SOURCE: I set up teac HDB840
Hi, Your set top box (PVR) is running on channel 3 or 4. Go to menu and sellect a source TV, DVD
Note: Do not connect more than 1 set of cables to tv or you may damage something.
TV > box connect RCA cable or HDMI not both.
Set top box > connect RCA or HDMI Not both.
audio devices > TV connect RCA or HDMI not both.
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
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