A DLNA certified media server, such as a Windows 7 personal computer, needs to be connected to the same network as your TV. Once the DLNA server is configured on this network, press the [VIERA TOOLS] button on the remote control and select DLNA. Next, you will be prompted to select the DLNA server you wish to connect to. Select the DLNA server, then the available content will be displayed.
No. The Bloomberg application was terminated on July 12, 2011.
Panasonic utilizes the blinking light as a form of self-diagnostics, similar to the "check engine" light in your car. If you¿ve ever experienced that, you know that a check engine light could indicate anything from a loose gas cap to something that may require more attention. Panasonic uses the number of times the light blinks, to aid the technician in trouble-shooting the problem. The blinking light helps the technician to isolate and diagnose the issue. This in turn speeds up the repair process if repair is needed, helps keep parts costs down, and helps both you and the servicer by allowing the technician to complete a repair in one trip in many cases.
Press the [FORMAT] button on the remote to remove the black bars from the top and bottom . The option available to remove the horizontal bars is "Zoom".
Certain JPEG, SD-Video, AVCHD, MP4 files, MKV files, MPEG-2 files, MP3 files, AAC files and LPCM files can be shared using the DLNA feature. Please see the Owner's Manual for the additional requirements.
The picture format in the TV or connected device may be set to ZOOM. Change the TV's picture format by pressing the [FORMAT] button on the TV's remote repeatedly to select a different picture format, such as FULL or JUST. If the TV is already set to a picture format other than ZOOM, the picture format of a connected device, such as a cable or satellite box, may need to be changed. Please reference the owner's manual for the connected device for the procedure to change its picture format.
Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI connection on the back of the TV labeled HDMI 1 (ARC). Then connect the other end of the HDMI cable to an ARC-enabled HDMI connection on your A/V receiver.
Press the [FORMAT] button on the remote to remove the black bars from the left and right hand side. The options that are available to remove the vertical bars are H-Fill, Just, and Zoom.
ARC allows the TV to play the audio from TV programming (or another source device) through a home theater system or an external A/V amplifier device connected to the TV's HDMI (ARC) connection.
The horizontal spacing is 19.7 inches or 500 millimeters. The vertical spacing is 11.9 inches or 300 millimeters.
A. Choose "Settings" on Home Screen. B. Choose "Customize Home Screen". A list of icons will appear on the left side of the screen. C. Check the box next to the picture of the desired icon.
A M8 bolt with a 1.25 thread pitch is used for mounting this TV. The minimum bolt depth is 0.39 inches or 10.0 millimeters. The maximum bolt depth is 0.63 inches or 16.0 millimeters.
Yes. The beeps can be turned off by following the steps below. A. Choose "Settings" on Home Screen. B. Choose "Navigation Beeps". Set "Navigation Beeps" to OFF.
An account is required to install free and paid applications. Billing information is only required if the user wishes to purchase a paid application or service.
Yes, a 6th page will be created automatically when a new icon is added.
As a customer enters Viera Connect the update will install automatically. It is mandatory to update to the latest software when accessing Viera Connect.
A. Choose "Settings" on Home Screen. B. Choose "Customize HomeScreen". C. User can then customize the positions of the icons.
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