HP 2310mfa/2310mfd LCD Multifunction Monitors (MF
User Guide
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Second Edition (March 2010)
Document Part Number: 588382-002
TABLE OF CONTENT
FOR YOUR SAFETY..............................................................................................................................3
PRECAUTIONS AND REMINDERS.................................................................................................4
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.........................................................................................5
PACKAGE CONTENTS.......................................................................................................................7
SETTING UP THE MFM.......................................................................................................................8
ATTACHING THE BASE....................................................................................................................................................................... 8
PREPARING THE MFM FOR WALL MOUNTING......................................................................................................................... 8
SELECTING A GOOD LOCATION.................................................................................................................................................. 9
INSTALLING THE MONITOR DRIVER........................................................................................ 10
INSTALLING THE DRIVER.................................................................................................................................................................10
DOWNLOADING UPDATED DRIVERS FROM THE INTERNET...........................................................................................10
LOCATING THE MFM CONNECTORS AND CONTROLS.................................................. 11
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS............................................................................................................................................................13
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL...................................................................................................................................................14
VIEWING MODE ILLUSTRATIONS................................................................................................................................................16
CONNECTING TO THE MFM........................................................................................................ 17
BACK CONNECTIONS.....................................................................................................................................................................17
SIDE CONNECTIONS........................................................................................................................................................................19
CONNECTING AN HDMI OR A DVI DEVICE............................................................................................................................20
CONNECTING AN HDMI DEVICE................................................................................................................................................20
CONNECTING A DVI DEVICE........................................................................................................................................................21
CONNECTING A COMPUTER.......................................................................................................................................................21
SELECTING THE INPUT SOURCE..................................................................................................................................................22
USING THE OSD MENUS................................................................................................................ 22
FOR ATV MODEL.................................................................................................................................................................................22
•• FEATURES MENU...................................................................................................................................................................24
•• INSTALLATION.......................................................................................................................................................................26
•• PICTURE MENU......................................................................................................................................................................22
•• SOUND MENU.......................................................................................................................................................................23
FOR DTV MODEL...............................................................................................................................................................................28
•• FEATURES MENU...................................................................................................................................................................31
•• PARENTAL MENU..................................................................................................................................................................31
•• PICTURE MENU......................................................................................................................................................................28
•• SOUND MENU.......................................................................................................................................................................29
•• TV MENU..................................................................................................................................................................................30
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LEGAL NOTICES................................................................................................................................ 32
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS..................................................................................................... 33
TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................................................................................... 36
TIPS........................................................................................................................................................ 37
GLOSSARY........................................................................................................................................... 37
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SYMBOL
SA 1965
SA 1966
SYMBOL DEFINITION
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE: The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electrical shock to persons.
INSTRUCTIONS: The exclamation point within on equilateral triangle
to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instruction in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Batteries installed warning
Warning - Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or
equivalent type.
The batteries (battery pack or batteries installed) should not be exposed to excessive heat such
as sunlight, fire or the like.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Before operating the HP multifuntion monitor (MFM) please read this manual thoroughly. This manual
should be retained for future reference.
NOTICE
1.The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
2.Shielded interface cables and AC power cord, if any, must be used in order to comply with the
emission limits.
3.The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized
modification to this equipment. It is the responsibilities of the user to correct such interference.
WARNING:
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the MFM to rain or moisture. Dangerously high voltages
are present inside the MFM. Do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
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PRECAUTIONS AND REMINDERS
Place unit on even surfaces.
Unplug immediately if other
foreign materials are put
inside MFM box or if the MFM
fell down.
Do not cover or block any
vents and openings. Inadequate
ventilation may shorten the
life of the display unit and
cause overheating.
Unplug immediately if there
is malfunction such as no
picture, no video/audio, smoke
and bad odor from MFM.
Prohibit/Avoid opening MFM
cabinet.
Avoid direct sunlight, dusty,
high humidity and smoky
areas.
Don't throw any object inside
the MFM box like metals or
other flammable materials.
Remember to unplug the
AC cord from the AC outlet
before cleaning. Do not use
liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners to clean the display.
Call service personnel to
clean the internal part of the
MFM once a year.
Don't place the MFM in
confined spaces or in a box
when using it.
Make sure to unplug the unit
when not in use for a long
period of time (days).
Do not place the display
near water, such as bathtub,
washbasin, kitchen sink,
laundry tub, swimming pool or
in a damp basement.
Notice for Remote Controller
Avoid Dropping
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Avoid Aerosol Cleaners
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Avoid Liquids
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read before operating equipment
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with a dry cloth.
7.Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers
instructions.
8.Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9.Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and third grounding
prong. The wide blade or third prong is provided for your safety. When the provided plug does not
fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10.Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12.Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
13.The MFM should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the label. If you are
not sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your dealer or local power company.
14.Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
15.Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
16.The Class I apparatus shall be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective earthing
connection.
17.The mains plug or appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall
remain readily operable.
18.To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the
operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so.
19.For use only with a third party Listed Wall Mounting Bracket with minimum weight/load
( page 26).
20.Tilt/Stability – All televisions must comply with recommended international global safety standards
for tilt and stability properties of its cabinets design.
●● Do not compromise these design standards by applying excessive pull force to the front, or top,
of the cabinet, which could ultimately overturn the product.
●● Also, do not endanger yourself, or children, by placing electronic equipment/toys on the top
of the cabinet. Such items could unsuspectingly fall from the top of the set and cause product
damage and/or personal injury.
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21.Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The appliance should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
22.Power Lines – An outdoor antenna should be located away from power lines.
23.Outdoor Antenna Grounding – If an outside antenna is connected to the receiver, be sure the
antenna system is grounded to provide some protection against voltage surges and built up static
charges. Section 810 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984, provides information
with respect to proper grounding of the mats and supporting structure grounding of the lead-in
wire to an antenna-discharge unit, size of grounding connectors, location of antenna discharge unit,
connection to grounding electrodes and requirements for the grounding electrode. See Figure below.
ANTENNA
GROUND CLAMP
ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT
ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
GROUND CLAMPS
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE Note to the
CATV system installer: This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to
Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies
that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the
point of cable entry as practical. Please, make sure to connect the power plug to the wall outlet
socket after connecting the MFM to the adapter!
24.Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
25. Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss. Adjustment of the
equalizer to maximum increases the earphones and headphones output voltage and therefore the
sound pressure level.
CAUTION
These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risks of electric
shock do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you
are qualified to do.
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HDMI, the HDMI logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC.
LCD panel
The LCD panel used in this product is mode of glass. Therefore, it can break when the product is
dropped or impacted upon by other objects.
The LCD panel is a very high technology product, giving you finely detailed pictures. Occasionally, a few
non-active pixels may appear on the screen as a fixed point of blue, green or red. This does not affect
the performance of your product.
In order to ensure long performance of your set and reduce the risk of screen burning, please observe
the following precautions.
• Do not display still images (still computer and video game images, logos. pictures, text and images
displayed in 4:3) for extended periods of time.
• Use a screen saver when using a computer.
PACKAGE CONTENTS
• Multifunction monitor (MFM) with Analogue (ATV) or Digital (DTV) operation, depending on
regional requirements
• Remote Control
• Two (AAA) Batteries for the Remote Control
• Base
• Power Cord
• User Manual
• Quick Setup Guide
• Audio Line In Cable
• VGA Cable
• HDMI Cable
• Composite with RCA cable
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SETTING UP THE MFM
PREPARING THE MFM FOR WALL
MOUNTING
IMPORTANT: Do not apply pressure to the
screen display area, which may compromise
the integrity of the display. The manufacturer’s
warranty does not cover user abuse or improper
installation.
Place the MFM at least 2.36 inches (60 mm) from
the wall to prevent cable interference.
Before mounting your MFM on the wall, you need
to remove the base.
For your safety, please use listed wall mount
bracket with minimum weight of the MFM without
stand. ( page 26.)
ATTACHING THE BASE
IMPORTANT: The Base of the MFM must be
assembled prior to usage.
To prepare the MFM to attach a wall mount
bracket (sold separately):
1. Place MFM unit face down on a soft and flat
surface (blanket, foam, cloth, etc.) to prevent
any damage to the MFM
2. Carefully align and insert the Base to the
stand.
3. Gently push the Base towards the MFM until
the locking mechanism locks into place.
1. Loosen the screws holding your MFM to the
stand and remove the stand base from the
MFM.
2. Secure the third party wall mount bracket
to the back of your MFM using four screws,
as indicated in the illustration.
ATV Interface
ATV Interface
100 mm
M4 screws
100 mm
DTV Interface
100 mm
M4 screws
100 mm
DTV Interface
NOTE
• Wall mount bracket & screws are not
included
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3. Remote control:
Remove the cover of the battery
compartment. Insert the 2 batteries supplied
(Type AAA 1.5V).
SELECTING A GOOD LOCATION
Please make sure to connect the power plug to
the wall outlet socket after connecting the MFM
to the power cord!
1. Install the base stand; place the MFM
on a solid surface.
Min
1m
4. Power:
Insert the power cord in the wall socket
with AC power supply.You can see LED
states at the front panel. If the LED colour
is Green, the MFM set power is on. If the
LED colour is Red, the MFM set is in standby
state.
Ensure that the MFM is placed in a position
to allow free flow of air. Do not cover the
ventilation openings on the back cover.
To prevent any unsafe situations, flame
sources, such as lighted candles, should not
be placed on or in the vicinity.
5. Turn on the MFM:
Press the POWER key on the Remote
control or the side panel control knobs
on the monitor. The MFM will turn on in a
minute with display on the screen.
Avoid heat, direct sunlight and exposure to
rain or water. The equipment should not be
exposed to dripping or splashing water.
2. Connect the antenna cable or CATV cable
to the aerial socket TV ANTENNA at the
back of the MFM.
Power Key
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INSTALLING THE MONITOR
DRIVER
DOWNLOADING UPDATED
DRIVERS FROM THE INTERNET
The CD that is included with the MFM contains
the monitor driver that you can install on your
computer.
To download the latest version of drivers and
software files from the HPSupport site:
1. Refer to: http://www.hp.com/support.
2. Select your country/region.
3. Select Download Drivers and Software.
4. Enter the model number of your monitor.
5. The software-download pages for your
monitor are displayed.
6. Download and install the driver and
software files by using the instructions in the
download pages.
7. Ensure that your system meets the
requirements.
INSTALLING THE DRIVER
If you determine that you need to update the
driver, you can install the monitor-driver INF and
ICM files from the CD, or download them from
the Internet.
To install the monitor -driver software from the
CD:
1. Insert the CD in your computer CD drive.
The CD menu appears.
2. Select the language.
3. Click Install Monitor Driver Software.
4. Follow the onscreen instructions.
5. Restart the computer.
6. Ensure that the proper resolutions and
refresh rates appear in the Display Control
Panel settings. Refer to the Windows®
operating system documentation for more
information.
NOTE:
• You might need to install the digitally signed
monitor drivers (INF or ICM files) manually
from the CD, in case of an installation error.
Refer to the “Monitor Driver Software
Readme” file on the CD for instructions (in
English only).
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LOCATING THE MFM CONNECTORS AND CONTROLS
Before connecting any external equipment to the monitor, turn off all main power switches on the
external equipment. If there is no switch, remove the main power plug from the wall socket.
Connect the power cord into the AC IN socket found at the back of the MFM.
NOTE:
• Please use the power cord (included) with a grounded (earthed) pin and two flat current-carrying
pins. Use only the power cord received with this monitor.
ATV Connectors
2
3
5
4
PC IN
RGB/PC
AUDIO
TV
SERV.C
AC IN
Y
1
Pb
Pr
L
R
L
R
VIDEO
COMPONENT 1
HDMI 1
Y
Pb
Pr
COMPONENT 2
L
R
AV IN
COAXIAL
7
VIDEO
L
R
AV OUT
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1. HDMI1 (input terminals) — High-Definition Multimedia Interface input receives digital
audio and uncompressed digital video from an HDMI device or uncompressed digital video from
a DVI device ( page 16-17).
2. PC IN (VGA / Audio) input terminal — For use when connecting a personal computer
(PC) ( page 17).
3. Component (Video and L/R Audio) input terminal — For use when connecting a highdefinition component video device with standard audio output. ( page 14).
4. TV (Antenna input terminal) — Analogue TV antenna signal input ( page 8).
5. AV IN input terminals — For use when connecting a composite video device.
6. AV output terminals — For use when connecting an video recorder with standard video
and standard audio input.
7. Digital Audio (coaxial) output terminals — For use when connecting an amplifier with
coaxial type digital audio input ( page 15).
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DTV Connectors
2
3
HDMI2
RGB/PC
COMPONENT
Y VIDEO Pb
6
VIDEO
R
L
AV OUT
7
Pr
AV IN
1
VIDEO
HDMI1
AC IN
L
R
10
TV
L
R
(COAXIAL)
(OPTICAL)
SERV.C
4
5
8
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1. HDMI1, 2 (input terminals) — High-Definition Multimedia Interface input receives digital
audio and uncompressed digital video from an HDMI device or uncompressed digital video from
a DVI device ( page 16-17).
2. PC input terminal — For use when connecting a personal computer (PC) ( page 17).
3. Component input terminal — For use when connecting a high-definition component
video device with standard audio output. ( page 14).
4. Audio input terminal — For use when PC, Component or DVI device with standard audio
output.
5. SERVICE — Technician service use only.
6. AV output terminals — For use when connecting an ATV/DTV video recorder with
standard video and standard audio input.
7. Composite input terminals — For use when connecting a composite video device.
8. Digital Audio (coaxial) output terminals — For use when connecting an amplifier with
coaxial type digital audio input ( page 15).
9. Digital Audio (optical) output terminals — For use when connecting an amplifier with
optical type digital audio input ( page 15).
10. TV (Antenna input terminal) — Analogue TV/Digital DVB-T antenna signal input ( page 8).
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FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
VOL +
VOL +: Press to increase the sound volume level.
2.
VOL -
VOL - : Press to decrease the sound volume level.
3.
CH ▲
CH ▲: Press to select the next higher Programme number.
4.
CH ▼
CH ▼: Press to select the next lower Programme number.
5.
MENU
Menu Button: Press to open or exit the OSD (on-screen display) menu.
6.
INPUT
Input Button: Press to select the input source.
7.
i
POWER
Power Button: Press to turn on/off (standby) the MFM set. (Press to turn on
the MFM after the power on status, LED changes to the Green colour and stops
flashing.)
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USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
POWER
Press to turn ON/OFF (standby)
the MFM.
DUAL
Press to select from mono,
stereo, or TV channel.
SOURCE
Press repeatedly to choose the
various input sources.
Number buttons
Press to enter TV channel
number to select channel.
SOUND
Press to choose from Personal,
Standard, News, or Movie.
PICTURE
Press to choose the Smart
Picture mode from Personal,Vivid,
Standard, Movie, Game, or Eco.
EPG
Press to display the Electronic
Programme Guide.
SLEEP
Press to set the preset time to
switch the MFM to standby mode
automatically.
PRE CH
Press to display the previous
channel.
MENU/EXIT
Press to open or close menu.
HDMI
Press to choose HDMI source
mode.
▲, ▼, ◄, ►, OK
Press to adjust or confirm the
various function items on the
menu.
VIDEO
Press to choose CV1, CV2, AV IN,
AV2, or S VIDEO source mode.
INFO
Press to display or close the
information screen.
TV
Press to choose TV source mode.
Colour buttons
PC
Press to choose PC source mode.
• In TV mode: Follow the
directions in the OSD
screen.
• In Text mode: Text control
buttons.
VOL+ / VOLPress + or - to adjust the volume.
CH / CH
Press or to browse through
the TV channels.
MUTE
Switch the sound ON/OFF.
ZOOM
Select the display aspect from
Auto, Normal (4:3), Wide (16:9),
subtitle, full screen, or 14:9 mode.
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TELETEXT
Press to display or close the Teletext.
MIX
Display the Teletext with TV.
SIZE
Press to change the font size: Full screen,
Top half and Bottom half.
SUBPAGE
Display the sub page (when available).
INDEX
Press to return to page 100 or the index
page.
SUBTITLE
• In TV mode: It works only for turning
on the subtitle and change to the next
page marked as subtitle.
• In Text mode: Select the next page
marked as a subtitle page and request
it as the display page.
HOLD
Press to stop the scrolling of pages. The text
decoder stops receiving data.
REVEAL
Reveal hidden information such as answers
to a quiz.
FAV
Display the Favourite Channel List.
CH-LIST
Display the Channel List.
AD (Audio Description)
No function.
FREEZE
Press to freeze the TV picture.
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VIEWING MODE ILLUSTRATIONS
Normal Mode
The original content would be at the centre of the screen.
16:9 Content
4:3 Content
Wide Mode
The original content in this mode has to fill the entire screen of the display.
16:9 Content
4:3 Content
ZOOM Mode
For those wide format images which are originally programmed into 4:3 frames with black bars
around, this mode would stretch the image in both width and height for full display with active data.
Same image in ZOOM mode
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CONNECTING TO THE MFM
• T
he unauthorized recording of television
programmes, DVDs, video tapes and other
materials may infringe upon the provisions of
copyright law.
• The COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
consists of three component video signals
(Y, Pb, Pr) and provides the best picture
performance. These terminals can only be
used with component video compatible
equipment such as a DVD video player.
• Additional equipment and cables shown are
not supplied with this monitor.
• TV OUTPUT
Supports only ATV/DTV signal to display out
or by VCR TV signal recording use.
BACK CONNECTIONS
ATV Connection example
TV back view
PC IN
RGB/PC
AUDIO
TV
SERV.C
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
L
R
VIDEO
L
Y
Pb
Pr
COMPONENT 2
R
AV IN
COMPONENT 1
HDMI 1
VIDEO
COAXIAL
L
R
AV OUT
VCR(Recording)
Connecting an audio system
You can enjoy high quality dynamic sound by
connecting the monitor to an audio system.
DVD video player
(with component video
outputs) or
•
Set Top Box
HDMI or DVI device
•
DTV Connection example
TV back view
HDMI2
RGB/PC
COMPONENT
Y VIDEO Pb
VIDEO
L
•
R
AV OUT
•
Pr
AV IN
HDMI1
VIDEO
L
R
TV
L
R
(COAXIAL)
(OPTICAL)
SERV.C
•
VCR(Recording)
DVD video player
(with component video
outputs) or
•
Set Top Box
CAUTION:
DO NOT connect the DIGITAL AUDIO
output terminal to the AC-3 RF input of a
Dolby Digital Receiver with a built-in Dolby
Digital decoder.
Connect the DIGITAL AUDIO output
terminal to the Coaxial input of a Receiver
or Processor.
Refer to the owner’s manual of the
connected equipment as well.
When you connect the monitor to other
equipment, be sure to turn off the power
and unplug all of the equipment from the
wall outlet before making any connections.
The output sound of the monitor has a
wide dynamic range. Be sure to adjust the
audio amplifier’s volume to a moderate
listening level before turning on the power.
Otherwise, the speakers and your hearing
may be damaged by a sudden high volume
sound.
Turn off the amplifier before you connect or
disconnect the monitor’s power cord. If you
leave the amplifier power on, the speakers
may be damaged.
Warning:
When you are connecting (via the DIGITAL AUDIO
output terminal) an AV decoder that does not have
Dolby Digital or MPEG decoding function, be sure to set
PCM in SPDIF Type under SOUND menu. Otherwise,
the speakers and your hearing may be damaged by a
sudden high volume sound.
HDMI or DVI device
• B
efore connecting any external equipment,
turn off all main power switches. If there is
no switch, remove the main power plug from
the wall socket.
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Connecting an amplifier equipped
with a Dolby Digital decoder
Connecting an amplifier equipped
with an MPEG decoder
ATV Connection
ATV Connection
Amplifier equipped with
Dolby Digital decoder
Amplifier equipped with
MPEG decoder
To Coaxial Type
digital audio input
To Coaxial Type
digital audio input
Coaxial digital cable
(not supplied)
Coaxial digital cable
(not supplied)
To Digital Audio
output terminal
To Digital Audio
output terminal
DTV Connection
DTV Connection
Amplifier equipped with
Dolby Digital decoder
Amplifier equipped with
MPEG decoder
To Optical or
Coaxial Type
digital audio input
To Optical or
Coaxial Type
digital audio input
Optical or Coaxial
digital cable
(not supplied)
Optical or Coaxial
digital cable
(not supplied)
To Digital Audio
output terminal
To Digital Audio
output terminal
You can enjoy dynamic realistic sound by
connecting the monitor to an amplifier equipped
with a Dolby Digital decoder or Dolby Digital
processor. When using this setup, select Dolby
Digital in Audio Mode.
You can enjoy motion picture with dynamic
realistic sound by connecting the monitor to an
amplifier equipped with an MPEG audio decoder
or MPEG audio processor. When using this setup,
select MPEG in Audio Mode.
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Connecting an amplifier equipped
with a digital audio (optical or coaxial)
input
SIDE CONNECTIONS
ATV Connection example
TV side view
EAR PHONE
SERVICE
ONLY
ATV Connection
Mini Stereo Plug
DVD video player
(with composite video outputs)
VIDEO
L - AUDIO - R
Amplifier equipped with
digital audio input decoder
HDMI 2
S-VIDEO
To Coaxial Type
digital audio input
Coaxial digital cable
(not supplied)
DTV Connection example
L - AUDIO - R
TV side view
DVD video player
(with composite video outputs)
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
To Digital Audio
output terminal
SERVICE
ONLY
EAR PHONE
DTV Connection
Amplifier equipped with
digital audio input decoder
Mini Stereo Plug
• The audio from the speaker will be muted
when connecting the headphone to this
terminal.
• The service port is for service only.
To Optical or
Coaxial Type
digital audio input
Optical or Coaxial
digital cable
(not supplied)
To Digital Audio
output terminal
You can enjoy dynamic sound of 2-channel digital
stereo by connecting the monitor to an amplifier
equipped with a digital audio (optical or coaxial)
input and speaker system (right and left front
speakers). When using this setup, select PCM in
SPDIF Type under SOUND menu.
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CONNECTING AN HDMI OR A DVI
DEVICE
CONNECTING AN HDMI DEVICE
One HDMI cable (type A connector)
NOTE:
• When turning on your electronic
components, turn on the MFM first, and then
the HDMI or DVI device.
• When turning off your electronic
components, turn off the HDMI or DVI
device first, and then the MFM.
• This MFM may not be compatible with
features and/or specifications that may be
added in the future.
• Some early HDMI equipment may not work
properly with your latest HDMI MFM, due to
the adoption of a new standard.
• This MFM is only operable with L-PCM on
32/44. 1/48 kHz and 16/20/24 bits.
The HDMI input on your MFM receives digital
audio and uncompressed digital video from an
HDMI device or uncompressed digital video from
a DVI device.
ATV Connection
TV back view
1
HDMI device
HDMI out
DTV Connection
HDMI2
TV back view
HDMI1
This input is designed to accept HDCP
programme material in digital from EIA/CEA861/861B compliant consumer electronic devices
(such as a set top box or DVD player with HDMI
or DVI output).
HDMI device
For acceptable video signal formats
( page 25).
HDMI out
The HDMI input is designed for best performance
with 1080i high-definition video signals, but will
also accept and display VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA,
SXGA, 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, and
1080p signals.
For proper operation, it is recommended that
you use a short HDMI cable with the HDMI Logo
).
(
• HDMI: High-Definition Multimedia Interface
• DVI: Digital Video Interface
• HDCP: High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection
• EIA/CEA-861/861B compliance covers
the transmission of uncompressed digital
video with high-bandwidth digital content
protection, which is being standardized for
reception of high-definition video signals.
Because this is an evolving technology, it is
possible that some devices may not operate
properly with the MFM.
• E-EDID: Enhanced-Extended Display
Identification
• L-PCM: Linear-Pulse Code Modulation
HDMI cable transfers both video and audio.
NOTE:
• It is possible that some HDMI device may
not operate properly with this MFM.
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CONNECTING A DVI DEVICE
CONNECTING A COMPUTER
One HDMI(type A connector)-to
DVI adapter cable (not provided with
MFM) and audio cables
An analogue RGB (15 pin) computer cable can be
connected.
ATV Connection
ATV Connection
TV back view
PC IN
RGB/PC
TV back view
L
AUDIO
Computer
R
Mini D-sub
15 pin
Audio cable for
PC-to-TV
connection
1
RGB PC cable
HDMI device
Conversion adapter
(if necessary) (not provided)
DTV Connection
TV back view
RGB/PC
DTV Connection
L
Computer
R
Mini D-sub
15 pin
TV back view
Audio cable for
PC-to-TV
connection
R
HDMI2
L
HDMI1
RGB PC cable
Conversion adapter
(if necessary) (not provided)
Connect a PC cable from the computer to the
RGB/PC terminal on the back of the MFM.
HDMI device
For acceptable PC signal formats
( page 25).
However, these signal formats are converted to
match the number of pixels of the LCD panel.
HDMI (type A connector)-to-DVI adapter
cable (not provided with MFM)
For proper operation, the length of an HDMIto-DVI adapter cable should not exceed 3m. The
recommended length is 2m.
Therefore, the MFM may not display small text
properly.
If you connect this unit to your PC, the
compressed image is displayed in S-XGA mode,
therefore the picture quality may deteriorate and
characters may not be read.
Standard analogue audio cables
An HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable (not provided
with MFM) transfers only video. Separate analogue
audio cables are required.
NOTE:
• Some PC models cannot be connected to
this MFM.
• There is no need to use an adapter for
computers with DOS/ V compatible mini
D-sub 15 pin terminal.
When connecting a DVI device, please connect to
the HDMI 1 port only.
NOTE:
• HDMI, the HDMI logo, and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing,
LLC.
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USING THE OSD MENUS
• A bar may appear in the upper, lower, right
or left side of the screen, or parts of the
picture may be obscured depending on some
signals. This is not the malfunction.
• If the edges of the picture are stretched,
readjust the picture position adjustments in
the PC of PICTURE menu.
• Depending on the specification of the PC
you are playing the DVD-Video on, and the
DVD’s title, some scenes may be skipped, or
you may not be able to pause during multiangle scenes.
FOR ATV MODEL
1. Press the MENU/EXIT button to display
or close the main menu.
2. Use the Navigation Ring to move around
to select, adjust or confirm an item in the
OSD (On Screen Display) menu.
Press the MENU/EXIT button to enter the main
OSD. Adjust the items including Picture, Sound,
Features, and Installation. However, some
function items in the menus may only be enabled
in the particular source modes.
SELECTING THE INPUT SOURCE
• First press SOURCE on the remote control
to display the video input source list, then
press ▲ or ▼ and OK in order to select
the PC input mode ( page 25).
• This function may not be available for some
signal or if no signal is received.
• The optimum points of the clock phase
and sampling clock adjustments may be
incomprehensible according to the input
signals.
•• PICTURE MENU
Use Smart Picture
1. Press VIDEO.
The Smart picture menu appears.
2. Press ▲ ▼ to select one of the following
smart picture settings.
• Personal
• Vivid
• Standard
• Movie
• Game
• Eco
3. Press OK to confirm the choice.
The selected smart picture setting is applied.
Adjusting the picture settings
1. Press MENU/EXIT and use ◄ or ► to
select PICTURE.
2. Use ▲ and ▼ to select PC and press ► or
OK.
3. Use ▲ or ▼ to select an option and press
◄ or ► to adjust the setting as required.
Using the Auto Adjust
Adjust Horizontal Position,Vertical Position,
Horizontal Clock, and Clock Phase automatically.
Depending on the type of signal, there is a
possibility that the display may not be adjusted in
its optimum condition with this function. In that
case, please adjust each item manually.
Adjust Picture Setting
Picture
Sound
1. Press MENU/EXIT and use ▲ and ▼to
select Features.
2. Use ► and ▼to select Auto Adjust and
press ► or OK.
3. Use ► or OK to highlight Yes and press
OK.
Features
Installation
Move
Smart Picture
Vivid
Backlight
100
Contrast
50
Brightness
48
Colour
60
Hue
0
Sharpness
8
Select
1. Press MENU.
2. Press OK to select Picture.
The Picture menu appears.
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3. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select one of the
following picture settings.
• Smart picture: Accesses pre-defined
smart picture settings.
• Backlight: Adjusts the backlight brighter
or darker.
• Contrast: Changes the level of bright
parts in the picture keeping the dark parts
unchanged.
• Brightness: Changes the level of light in
the picture.
• Colour: Changes the level of saturation.
• Hue: Compensates colour variations in
NTSC encoded transmissions.
• Sharpness: Changes the level of
sharpness of fine details.
• Noise reduction: Filters and reduces
the noise in the picture.
• Colour temperature: Sets the colour
temperature to Cool (bluer), Normal
(balanced), Warm (redder).
• Adv. picture: Digitally adjusts picture
quality to optimal contrast, colour and
sharpness.
–– Dynamic contrast: Automatically
enhances contrast in an image.
Medium setting is recommended.
–– Dynamic backlight: Adjusts the
brightness of the TV backlight to match
lighting conditions.
–– MPEG artifact re.: Smooths out
transitions on digital pictures.You can
switch this feature on or off.
–– Colour enhancement: Makes
colours more vivid and improves the
resolution of details in bright colours.
You can switch this feature on or off.
• PC mode: Adjusts the picture when a
PC is connected to the TV via HDMI/DVI.
• Picture format: Changes the picture
format.
• Horizontal shift: Adjusts the picture
horizontally for PC-VGA or YPbPr.
• Vertical shift: Adjusts the picture
vertically for PC-VGA or YPbPr.
•• SOUND MENU
Use smart sound
Use smart sound to apply pre-defined sound
settings.
1. Press SOUND.
The Smart sound menu appears.
2. Press ▲ ▼ to select one of the following
smart sound settings.
• Standard: Adjusts sound settings to suit
standard environments and types of audio.
• News: Adjusts sound settings to ideally
suit spoken audio, such as the news.
• Movie: Adjusts sound settings to ideally
suit movies.
• Personal: Applies the settings that were
customised in the sound settings.
3. Press OK to confirm your choice.
The selected smart sound setting is applied.
Adjust sound settings
1. Press MENU.
2. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select Sound.
The Sound menu appears.
Picture
Sound
Features
Installation
Move
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Smart sound
Movid
Bass
4
Treble
4
Volume
8
Balance
0
Surround
Off
Auto volume
Off
Select
3. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select one of the
following sound settings.
• Smart sound: Accesses pre-defined
smart sound settings.
• Bass: Adjusts the bass value to fit your
best.
• Treble: Adjusts the treble value to fit
your best listening.
• Volume: Adjusts the volume.
• Balance: Sets the balance of the left and
right speakers to best fit your listening.
• Dual I-II: Selects between audio
languages if dual sound is broadcast.
• Mono/Stereo: Selects between mono or
stereo if stereo is broadcast.
• Surround: Enables spatial sound.
• Auto volume: Automatically reduces
sudden volume changes, for example,
when switching channels. When enabled,
this produces a more consistent audio
volume.
• Delta volume: Levels out volume
differences between channels or
connected devices. Switch to the
connected device before you change the
delta volume.
•• FEATURES MENU
Set the TV clock
You can display a clock on the TV screen.
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Features ► Clock.
The Clock menu appears.
3. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► or Numeric buttons to
enter time.
4. Press Done to confirm.
5. Press MENU to exit.
User timers
You can set timers to switch the TV on or switch
to standby at a specified time.
Picture
Sound
Features
Sleeptimer
0
Clock
01 : 20
On timer
Activate
TV lock
Unlock
Set code
Installation
Move
Select
Automatically switch the TV to standby
(Sleeptimer)
Sleeptimer switches the TV to standby after a
defined period of time.
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Feature ► Sleeptimer.
The Sleeptimer menu appears.
3. Press ◄ ►to set the sleep time.
The Sleeptimer can be up to 180 minutes in
steps of five minutes. If set to zero minutes,
the Sleeptimer is switched off.
4. Press OK to activate the Sleeptimer.
The TV switches to standby after the predefined period of time.
NOTE
• You can always switch off your TV earlier or
reset Sleeptimer during the countdown.
• When you press any button on the remote
control with less than one minute left in the
countdown, Sleeptimer will be automatically
canceled.
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Automatically switch the TV on
(On timer)
On timer switches the TV to a specified channel at
a specified time from standby.
7. Enter your current code using the
Numeric buttons.
If the code is validated, a new dialogue box
will prompt you to enter your new code.
8. Enter the new code using the Numeric
buttons.
A message appears prompting you to enter
the new code again for confirmation.
NOTE
• If you forget your code, enter ‘8888’ to
override any existing codes.
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Features ► On timer.
3. Press ► to enter the On timer menu.
4. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select Activate and
set a frequency Daily, Once, or Off .
5. Press OK to confirm.
6. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select Time and set the
starting time.
7. Press Done to confirm.
8. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select Programme
no. and external source to set the channel.
9. Press OK to confirm.
10. Press MENU to exit.
NOTE
• Select On timer ► Activate ► Off to
disable On timer.
• When On timer is Off, only Activate can
be selected.
• Set the TV clock before activating On
timer feature.
Lock or unlock all channels and connected
devices.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select Features ►
TV lock.
3. Press ► to enter the TV Lock.
A screen appears prompting you to enter
a code.
4. Enter your code using Numeric buttons.
5. Press ▲ ▼ to select Lock or Unlock.
6. Press OK.
All channels and connected devices are
locked or unlocked.
7. Press MENU to exit.
NOTE
• If you select Lock, you have to enter your
code every time you turn on your TV.
• Once you set the code, step 3 and 4 won’t
appear before turn off the TV.
Use TV Lock
You can prevent your children from watching
certain programmes or certain channels by locking
the TV controls.
Set / change code
Lock or unlock one or more channels
1. Press MENU.
2. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select Features ►
Set code.
3. Press ► to enter the code setup.
4. Enter your code using the Numeric
buttons.
5. Re-enter the same code in the new dialogue
box for confirmation.
If the code is set successfully, the dialogue
box will disappear. However, if the code
cannot be set, a new dialogue box will
prompt you to re-enter the code.
6. If you want to change the code, select
Features ► Change code.
1. When watching TV, press CH LIST to
display the channel list.
2. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select a channel to
lock or unlock.
3. Press ►.
4. Press ▲ ▼ select Lock channel/Unlock
channel.
5. For each selection, press OK to lock or
unlock the channel.
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•• INSTALLATION
Step 2 Install Channels
Select your country for proper channel installation.
Install channels
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Installation ► Channel install ►
Channel assistant.
The first time you set up your TV, you are
prompted to select a menu language and to install
TV.
This chapter provides instructions on how to
reinstall and fine tune channels.
Automatically install channels
Picture
This section describes how to search and store
channels automatically.
Sound
Sound
English
Channel install.
Channel assistant
Factory settings
Reset
Current software
V0.02
Factory settings
Installation
Move
Select
3. Press ◄ ► to select Start or Cancel.
4. Press OK to confirm your choice.
5. Press ► to next step.
6. Select Start and press OK to re-install
channels.
Start automatic installation
This takes a few minutes.
Start?
7. If you want to stop searching, select Stop
and press OK.
A dialogue box appears asking you if you
really want to Stop or Continue with the
process.
8. Press ◄ ► to select Stop or Continue.
9. Press OK to confirm your choice.
10. When done, press MENU to exit.
Features
Installation
Move
Analogue : Manual
Current software
NOTE
• Skip this step if your language setings are
correct.
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Installation ► Menu language.
3. Press ▲ ▼ to select a language setting.
Menu language
Channel assistant
Channel install.
Features
Step 1 Select your menu language
Picture
Menu language
Select
4. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press MENU to exit.
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9. Press ◄ ► to select Yes and press OK to
store the new channel.
10. Press MENU to exit.
Manually install channels
This section describes how to search and store
analogue TV channels manually.
Fine tune analogue channels
You can manually fine tune analogue channels when
reception is poor.
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Installation ► Channel install ►
Analogue: Manual.
The Analogue: Manual menu appears.
3. Press ▲ ▼ to select the item you want to
adjust.
• Colour system
• Sound system
• Search
• Fine-tune
• Store cur. chan.
• Store new channel
• Skip channel
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Installation ► Channel install ►
Analogue: Manual.
The Analogue: Manual menu appears.
3. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select and enter Finetune.
4. Press ▲ ▼ to adjust frequency.
5. Press OK when done.
6. Press ▲ ▼ to select Store cur. chan. to
store channel number.
7. Press ► to enter Store cur.chan..
8. Press ◄ ► to select Yes and press OK to
store the current channel.
9. Press MENU to exit.
Step 1 Select your system
NOTE
• Skip this step if your system settings are
correct.
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Installation ► Channel install ►
Analogue: Manual.
The Analogue: Manual menu appears.
3. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select and enter
System.
4. Press ▲ ▼ to select your country or
region.
5. Press OK to confirm.
6. Press MENU to exit.
Skip channels
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Installation ► Channel install ►
Analogue: Manual.
The Analogue: Manual menu appears.
3. Press ▲ ▼ to select and enter Skip
channel.
4. Press ◄ ► to select Yes and press OK to
skip the channel you are currently watching.
The selected channel is skipped when you
press CH / on your remote control or
view the channel list.
5. Press MENU to exit.
NOTE
• You can restore a skipped channel to your
channel listing (see ‘Step 2 Search and store
new TV channels’).
Step 2 Search and store new TV channels
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Installation ► Channel install ►
Analogue: Manual.
The Analogue: Manual menu appears.
3. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select and enter
Search.
4. Press ▲ ▼ or use Numeric buttons to
manually enter the three digit frequency.
5. Press OK to begin search.
6. Press ◄ when the new channel is found.
7. Press ▲ ▼ to select Store new channel
under a new channel number.
8. Press ► to enter Store new channel.
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Rename channels
FOR DTV MODEL
Channels can be renamed so that a name of your
choice appears whenever the channel is selected.
1. Press the MENU/EXIT button to display
or close the main menu.
2. Use the Navigation Ring to move around
to select, adjust or confirm an item in the
OSD (On Screen Display) menu.
Press the MENU/EXIT button to enter the main
OSD. Adjust the items including Picture, Sound,
TV, Features, and Parental. However, some
function items in the menus may only be enabled
in the particular source modes.
1. When watching TV, press CH LIST to
display the channel list.
2. Select the channel you want to rename.
3. Press ►.
The channel options menu appears.
4. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select and enter
Rename chan..
A text input box appears.
5. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select characters.
6. Press OK to confirm each of the characters.
NOTE
• Rename channels- the length of the name is
limited to six characters.
• Use Aa to change upper-case letter to
lower-case letter and vice versa.
•• PICTURE MENU
The Picture menu shown below in most source
modes, provides several video adjustment items
for fine tuning the video display.
Rearrange channels
After you install channels, you can rearrange the
order in which they appear.
1. When watching TV, press CH LIST to
display the channel list.
2. Press ►.
The channel options menu appears.
3. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select and enter
Reorder.
4. Press ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select the new
position.
5. Press OK to comfirm the new position.
6. Press ►.
Done reordering appears.
7. Press OK to finish reordering.
Picture
Picture Mode
Standard
Sound
Brightness
50
TV
Contrast
50
Colour
50
Features
Tint
0
Parental
Colour Temperature
Sharpness
3
Cool
Advanced Video
OK
Enter
Select
EXIT
Watch TV
1. Picture Mode: To set the best picture
appearance to a predefined picture setting
from Standard, Vivid, Movie, Eco, or Personal.
2. Brightness: To brighten the dark parts of
the picture.
3. Contrast: To sharpen the picture quality.
4. Colour: To add or reduce colour.
5. Tint: To adjust the picture tint.
6. Sharpness: To improve detail.
7. Colour Temperature: To choose between
Normal (neutral), Warm (redder), and Cool
(bluer).
Reset the TV to factory settings
You can restore the default picture and sound
settings of your TV. Channel installation settings
remain the same.
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Installation ► Factory settings.
3. Reset is highlighted.
4. Press OK to reset to factory settings.
5. Press MENU to exit.
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•• SOUND MENU
8. Advanced Video:
• DNR - To filter out and reduces the
image noise and improve picture quality.
Select the effect degrees from Off, Low,
Middle, High, or Auto.
• Flash Tone - To adjust the skin colour to
be more natural.
• Back Light - To make the background
colour brighter or darker.
• DCR - Dynamic Contrast Ratio (DCR)
auto adjusts the brightness of the screen
to show more depths in the darker areas.
• HDMI Mode - (HDMI only) User
can select Auto/graphic/Video mode.
Description as following:
–– Auto: Automatic to get device
information, device will indicate
sending timing is video timing or
graphic timing (PC timing).
–– Graphic: Force video timing shows
as graphic timing, for example: 720p
shows 1280x720@60Hz; 1080i
shows 1920x1080@60Hz. This mode
optimises for PC input.
–– Video: Force graphic timing shows
as video timing, for example:
1280x720@60Hz shows 720p;
1920x1080@60Hz shows 1080i.
This mode optimises for DVD player,
camcorder, and other video appliances
inputs.
The Sound menu provides audio adjustment to
modify the audio setting.
Picture
Sound
TV
Features
Parental
OK
Enter
Sound Mode
Equalizer 120Hz
Equalizer 500Hz
Equalizer 1.5KHz
Equalizer 5KHz
Equalizer 10KHz
Balance
Surround Sound
SPDIF Type
Select
Personal
0
0
0
0
0
0
Off
PCM
EXIT
Watch TV
1. Sound Mode: To set the MFM to a
predefined sound setting from Personal,
Music, or Speech.
2. Balance: To adjust the balance between left
and right channels.
3. Surround Sound: To add greater depth
and dimension to the MFM sound.
4. SPDIF Type: To select the Digital Audio
Out from PCM, Off, or Dolby Digital (Digital
TV model only).
5. SPDIF Delay: SPDIF Delay function will
affect Line out audio also delay at that
time. The NorDig HD IRD supports the
possibility to adjust the audio-delay on the
SPDIF output (if available) up to 250 ms and
it should be adjustable in 10ms steps, as the
IRD may have several different user setups, resulting in different a/v delays; e.g. the
IRD may be connected to several types of
external audio-amplifiers and the STB may
be connected to several types of external
screens.
6. Stable Sound: Choose On or Off to adjust
volume to be consistent across programmes
and channels automatically.
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•• TV MENU
• Channel sort - Changes the order of
the Channel List.
• Channel Edit - Enters the Channel
Edit in the channels submenu to edit the
channel number and channel name by
using the number buttons 0~9.
Note:
• The following RC number-mapping
table will not be shown on the MFM
screen.
The TV menu provides channel selection features.
Picture
Sound
Channels
Subtitle
Teletext
TV
Features
Parental
OK
Enter
Select
EXIT
RC
Watch TV
1. Country: To select the relevant country.
This is the country you are in, or the
country's channels you want to receive if
you live near its borders.
2. Channels: Enter the channels submenu,
and choose from Channel Scan, Update
Scan, Single RF Scan, Analogue Manual Scan,
Channel Skip, Channel Sort, Channel Edit,
Decoder, and Analogue CH Fine Tune.
• Channel scan - Channel Scan will
re-tune the television automatically. It
is recommended to run the Channel
Scan periodically to ensure that all new
services are added.
• Update scan - Search the new channels
automatically that are not in the channel
list.
• Single RF Scan (Digital TV model
only) - Enter the Single RF Scan in
the Channels submenu to scan digital
channels.
• Analogue Manual Scan - The television
can be tuned-in manually using Analogue
Manual Scan. Use the number keys to
enter the Start Frequency to scan up or
scan down.
• Channel skip - To prevent certain
programmes from being viewed by
pressing CH + / - buttons on the remote
control, the programme position can be
skipped.
Available characters
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
.
@
_
A B
D E
G H
J K
M N
P Q
T U
W X
0
C
F
I
L
O
R
V
Y
1
a
d
g
j
m
S
t
Z
b
e
H
k
n
p
u
w
c
f
i
l
o
q
v
x
2
3
4
5
6
r
8
y
s
7
z
9
• Decoder (Analogue TV Model
only) - Channel Decode supports paid
television channel; however, the channel
also broadcast some un-encrypted
programmes. These programmes without
encryption can be viewed free of charge.
• Analogue Channel Fine Tune Selects Analogue Channel Fine Tune in
the Channels submenu to adjust the
frequency.
3. Subtitle:
• Analogue Subtitle - To display the
transmitted subtitle on the screen. Either
this text can be permanently displayed
(assuming that the service is available
in the broadcast) or only when mute is
active.
• 1st and 2nd Subtitle - Use the Digital
Subtitle function when two or more
subtitle languages are broadcasted. If
subtitle data in a selected language is not
broadcasted, the default language subtitle
will be displayed.
4. Teletext:
• Digital Teletext - To select the teletext
language.
• Decode Page Language - To set the
teletext language to the regional location.
Tip:
• The skipped programme may not be
found by pressing CH + / - buttons
but can be access by pressing number
buttons directly.
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•• FEATURES MENU
•• PARENTAL MENU
The Features menu in TV mode, shown below,
gives the most flexibility for general demands. The
various requirements in different source modes,
allow some features to be hidden (disable) on the
menu.
The Parental Menu enables and defines parental
controls for the MFM.
Picture
OSD Language
Sound
Time Setup
TV
Picture
Sound
TV
English
Features
Reset Default
Channel Block
Programme Block
Input Block
Change Password
Factory Default
Parental
Features
OK
Parental
OK
Enter
Select
EXIT
Enter
Select
EXIT
Back
1. Channel Block: To block certain MFM
channels.
2. Programme Block: To control access
programmes based on age ratings. All
settings apply to digital channels.
Watch TV
1. OSD Language: To select the on-screen
display menu language.
2. Time Setup:
• Time Zone - To select the time zone
you are in.
• Time - To set the time and date or select
auto synchronization.
Tip:
• Before you want to set the time
and date manually make sure Auto
synchronization is Off.
• Sleep Timer - To set the MFM to turn
itself off within a certain time.
3. Reset Default: To reset all MFM settings to
the original factory values.
Note:
• This function operates according to
information from the broadcasting station.
Therefore if the signal has no information,
this function does not operate.
3. Input Block: To disable the specific
external input signals.
4. Change Password: To set or change your
password, follow the on-screen instructions
to set it your password in. All number
combinations from 0000 to 9999 are valid.
Tip:
• Remember that 5351 is the default
Change Password code. If your access
code has been changed or you have
forgotten the code, you can always get in
by inputting the default code.
5. Factory Default: To clear all the settings in
the parental submenu.
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LEGAL NOTICES
Canadian notice
Regulatory Notices – Federal
Communications Commission Notice
This Class B digital apparatus meets all
requirements of the Canadian InterferenceCausing Equipment Regulations.
This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in
a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
Avis Canadian
Cat apparel numerous de la classed B respected
toutes les exigencies du règlement sur le materiel
brouilleur du Canada.
Power Cord Set Requirements
The MFM power supply is provided with
Automatic Line Switching (ALS). This feature
allows the MFM to operate on input voltages
between 100–120V or 200–240V.
The power cord set (flexible cord or wall plug)
received with the MFM meets the requirements
for use in the country where you purchased the
equipment.
If you need to obtain a power cord for a different
country, you should purchase a power cord that is
approved for use in that country.
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the
equipment and the TV.
• Connect the equipment into wall power
outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio
or television technician for help.
The power cord must be rated for the product
and for the voltage and current marked on the
product's electrical ratings label. The voltage and
current rating of the cord should be greater
than the voltage and current rating marked on
the product. In addition, the cross-sectional area
of the wire must be a minimum of 0.75 mm² or
18 AWG, and the length of the cord must be
between 6 feet (1.8 m) and 12 feet (3.6 m).If you
have questions about the type of power cord to
use, contact an authorized HP service provider.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that
any changes or modifications made to this device
that are not expressly approved by our company
may void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
A power cord should be routed so that it is not
likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed
uponit or against it. Particular attention should be
paid to the plug, electrical outlet, and the point
where the cord exits from the product.
Cables
Connections to this device must be made with
shielded cables with metallic RF/EMI connector
hoods to maintain compliance with FCC Rules
and Regulations.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Acceptable Video signals through HDMI terminals
Format
480i
Resolution
720 x 480i
V. Frequency
60.000Hz
H. Frequency
15.734kHz
Pixel Clock Frequency
27.000MHz
480p
720 x 480p
60.000Hz
31.500kHz
27.000MHz /27.030MHz
576i
720 x 576i
50.000Hz
15.625kHz
27.000MHz
576p
720 x 576p
50.000Hz
31.250kHz
54.000MHz
720p
1280 x 720p
50.000Hz
37.500kHz
74.250MHz
720p
1280 x 720p 59.940 Hz / 60.000Hz 44.960kHz / 45.000kHz
74.170MHz /74.250MHz
1080i
1920 x 1080i 59.940 Hz / 60.000Hz 33.720kHz / 33.750kHz
74.170MHz /74.250MHz
1080i
1920 x 1080i
50.000Hz
28.125kHz
74.250MHz
1080p
1920 x 1080p
50.000Hz
56.250kHz
148.500MHz
1080p
1920 x 1080p 59.940 Hz / 60.000Hz 67.430kHz / 67.500kHz
148.350MHz /148.500MHz
Acceptable PC signals through HDMI/D-SUB terminals
Format
VGA
Resolution
640x480
V. Frequency
59.940Hz
H. Frequency
31.469kHz
Pixel Clock Frequency
25.175MHz
VGA
640x480
72.809Hz
37.861kHz
31.500MHz
VGA
640x480
75.000Hz
37.500kHz
31.500MHz
VGA
720x400
70.087Hz
31.469kHz
28.322MHz
SVGA
800x600
56.250Hz
35.156kHz
36.000MHz
SVGA
800x600
60.317Hz
37.879kHz
40.000MHz
SVGA
800x600
72.188Hz
48.077kHz
50.000MHz
SVGA
800x600
75.000Hz
46.875kHz
49.500MHz
XGA
1024x768
60.004Hz
48.363kHz
65.000MHz
XGA
1024x768
70.069Hz
56.476kHz
75.000MHz
XGA
1024x768
75.029Hz
60.023kHz
78.750MHz
WXGA
1280x720
59.855Hz
44.772kHz
74.250MHz
SXGA
1280x1024
60.020Hz
63.981kHz
108.000MHz
WXGA
1440x900
60.000Hz
55.940kHz
106.500MHz
WSXGA
1680x1050
60.000Hz
65.290kHz
146.250MHz
FHD
1920x1080
60.000Hz
67.500kHz
148.500MHz
HDMI, the HDMI logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC.
NOTE:
• For PC input, for only supported PC signal can show the correct resolution on TV display.
Signal names for mini D-sub 15 pin connector
Pin assignment for RGB/PC terminal
5
10
15
1
6
11
Pin No. Signal name
1
R
2
G
3
B
4
NC (not connected)
5
NC (not connected)
6
Ground
7
Ground
8
Ground
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Pin No. Signal name
9
VGA-5V
10
Ground
11
NC (not connected)
12
VGA-SDA
13
H-sync
14
V-sync
15
VGA-SCL
Analogue TV Model Specifications
Input/Output terminals
Model
2310TV
(1)
Power source
220 V-240 V AC, 50 Hz
Power consumption
2310TV: 65W
(2)
Standby (approx.)
0.5W
Input
RCA Component Video
RCA Composite Video
Audio : RCA
Input
RCA/Mini-Din(4 pin)
Composite Video(CVBS)
+S-video
Audio : RCA
Dimensions
560.3cm(W) 399.3cm(H) 175.4cm(D)
TV
Mass (Weight)
5.15 kg
RGB/PC
Net (Weight without stand)
5.13 kg
C/HDMI1 /
P
Component
HDMI1
Analogue TV system (Antenna input)
Channel coverage:
PAL B/G
DK, I
NTSC M/N
HDMI2
igital Audio
D
(coaxil)
Headphone jack
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT terminals (the signal
format)
480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p (50/60 Hz), 1080i, 1080p (50/60
Hz) (These signal formats are converted to match the
number of pixels of the LCD panel.)
Output
RCA video ouput
Audio out RCA(L+R)
Input
Mini D-sub 15 pin Analogue
Input
RCA
Input(type A)
19 pin
Input(type A)
19 pin
Output
Bitstream/PCM
3.5 mm (Diameter) stereo
Y, PB/CB, PR/CR
CVBS
L/Mono+R
(shared between
Component and
Composite)
L/Mono+R
(shared between
S-Video and
Composite)
RGB
Audio L+R
A/V Digital
A/V Digital
Operating condition
Temperature 5 °C - 35 °C
Humidity 20 % - 80 % (No moisture condensation)
Composite Colour system (analogue TV system)
PAL, SECAM, NTSC 3.58/4.43
• Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
• Never service or remodel the TV by yourself. It may
expose you to a fire hazard or dangerous voltages.
Aspect ratio
16 : 9
Visible size (diagonal)
477.41x268.41mm
Number of pixels
1,920 (H) dots x 1,080 (V) dots
Sound output (at 10 % distortion)
3W + 3W
Headphone socket
R3.5mm stereo.
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Digital TV Model Specifications
Aspect ratio
16 : 9
Model
2310TV
Visible size (diagonal)
477.41x268.41mm
Power source
220 V-240 V AC, 50 Hz
Number of pixels
1,920 (H) dots x 1,080 (V) dots
Power consumption
2310TV: 65W
Sound output (at 10 % distortion)
3W + 3W
Standby (approx.)
0.5W
Headphone socket
R3.5mm stereo.
Dimensions
560.3cm(W) 399.3cm(H) 175.4cm(D)
Input/Output terminals
Mass (Weight)
5.15 kg
(1)
Net (Weight without stand)
5.13 kg
Analogue TV system (Antenna input)
Channel coverage:
PAL B/G
(CCIR) VHF
0 - 12
UHF 27 - 69
CATV C2, C10, C31
S2 - S44
(2)
Digital TV System
Compliant Standard DVB-T
Video Decoding MP @ ML & MP @ HL
Audio Decoding Dolby® Digital, MPEG (I & II)
Audio Sampling Rate 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
Input
RCA Component Video
RCA Composite Video
Audio : RCA
Input
RCA/Mini-Din(4 pin)
Composite Video(CVBS)
+S-video
Audio : RCA
Output
RCA video ouput
Audio out RCA(L+R)
RGB/PC
Input
Mini D-sub 15 pin Analogue
PC/HDMI1 / Input
Component RCA
HDMI1
Input(type A)
19 pin
HDMI2
Input(type A)
19 pin
Digital Audio Output
(optical +
Bitstream/PCM
coaxial)
Headphone jack 3.5 mm (Diameter) stereo
Y, PB/CB, PR/CR
CVBS
L/Mono+R
(shared between
Component and
Composite)
L/Mono+R
(shared between
S-Video and
Composite)
TV
Digital TV Terrestrial Tuner / Demodulator
Frequency 51~858 MHz
Loop Through 51~858 MHz
Bandwidth 7 MHz
Demodulator COFDM
FFT Mode 8 K
Constellation QPSK, 64 QAM
Guard Interval 1/8, 1/16
Inner Coding Rate 2/3, 3/4
RGB
Audio L+R
A/V Digital
A/V Digital
Operating condition
Temperature 5 °C - 35 °C
Humidity 20 % - 80 % (No moisture condensation)
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT terminals (the signal
format)
480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p (50/60 Hz), 1080i, 1080p (50/60
Hz) (These signal formats are converted to match the
number of pixels of the LCD panel.)
• Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
• Never service or remodel the TV by yourself. It may
expose you to a fire hazard or dangerous voltages.
Composite Colour system (analogue TV system)
PAL, SECAM, NTSC 3.58/4.43
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Please make these simple checks before calling service. These tips may save you time and money since
charges for receiver installation and adjustments of customer controls are not covered under your
warranty.
Symptoms
Items to Check and Actions to follow
“Ghost ” or double image
• This may be caused by obstruction to the
antenna due to high rise buildings or hills.
Using a highly directional antenna may improve
the picture.
No power
• Check if the TV’s AC power cord is plugged
into the mains socket.
• Unplug the TV, wait for 60 seconds. Then
reinsert plug into the mains socket and turn on
the TV again.
No picture
• Check antenna connections at the rear of the
TV to see if it is properly connected to the TV.
• Possible broadcast station trouble.
Try another channel.
• Adjust the contrast and brightness settings.
• Check the Closed Captions control. Some
TEXT modes could block the screen.
Good picture but no sound
• Increase the VOLUME.
• Check if the TV is muted; press the MUTE
button on the remote control.
• For PC operation, if a DVI to HDMI cable
is used, make sure a separate audio cable is
connected between the PC and MFM.
Good sound but poor colour
• Adjust the contrast, colour and brightness
settings.
Poor picture
• Poor picture quality may occur when an
activated S-VHS camera or camcorder is
connected to your TV and the other peripheral
at the same time. Switch off one of the
peripherals.
Snowy picture and noise
• Check the antenna connection.
Horizontal dotted line
• This may be caused by electrical interference
(e.g. hairdryer, nearby neon lights, etc.)
• Turn off the equipment.
Television not responding to remote control
• Check whether the batteries are working.
Replace if necessary.
• Clean the remote control sensor lens on the
TV.
• You can still use the buttons at the front of
your TV.
• Select the TV mode to ensure your remote
control is set in the TV mode.
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Online Technical Support
For the online access to technical support information, self-solve tools, online assistance, community
forums of IT experts, broad mutlivendor knowledge base, monitoring and diagnostic tools, go to
http://www.hp.com/support.
Preparing to Call Technical Support
If you cannot solve a problem using the trouble shooting tips in this section, you may need to call
technical support. Have the following information available when you call:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
MFM unit model number
Serial number for the MFM unit
Purchase date on invoice
Conditions under which the problem occurred
Error messages received
Hardware configuration
Hardware and software you are using
TIPS
Care of the screen
Do not rub or strike the screen with anything hard as this may scratch, mar, or damage the screen
permanently.
Unplug the power cord before cleaning the screen. Dust the MFM by wiping the screen and the cabinet
with a soft, clean cloth. If the screen requires additional cleaning, use a clean, damp cloth. Do not use
liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Mobile telephone warning
To avoid disturbances in picture and sound, malfunctioning of your MFM or even damage to the MFM,
keep your mobile telephone away from the MFM.
HP Recycling Program
HP encourages customers to recycle used electronic hardware, HP original print cartridges, and
rechargeable batteries. For more information about recycling programs, go to
http://www.hp.com/recycle.
GLOSSARY
HDTV
HDTV displays are technically defined as being capable of displaying a minimum of 720p or 1080i/p active
scan lines.
HDMI Inputs
High-Definition Multimedia Interface
Audio / Video Inputs
Located on the rear of the receiver, these connectors (RCA phono type plug) are used for the input of
audio and video signals. Designed for use with VCRs (or other accessories) in order to receive higher
picture resolution and offer sound connection options.
Menu
An on-screen listing of features shown on the TV screen is made available for user adjustments.
RF
Radio Frequency or modulated signal design used as the carrier for television broadcasts.
Sleep Timer
You can set a time period for which the TV will be turn off automatically.
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