Samsung SyncMaster 757MB Specifications

SyncMaster 757MB/957MB
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Unpacking
General Specifications
Front
Preset Timing Modes
Rear
PowerSaver
Bottom
Setup
Information
Connecting Your Monitor
Service
Installing the Monitor Driver
Terms
Automatic
Regulatory
Manual
Natural Color
Base Installation
MouScreen™
Authority
Notational
Power
Installation
Clean
Other
Failure to follow directions noted by this symbol could result in bodily harm or damage to
equipment.
Prohibited
Important to read and understand at all times
Do not disassemble
Disconnect the plug from the outlet
Do not touch
Grounding to prevent an electric shock
When not used for extended periods of time, set your PC to DPMS. If using
a screen saver, set it to the active screen mode.
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Notational
Power
If the size of your monitor is small, or if the same image is present for long
periods of time, you may see afterimages due to damage to the
fluorescent substance on the inside of the CDT.
Installation
Clean
Other
Do not use a damaged or loose plug.
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This may cause an electric shock or fire.
Do not pull the plug out by the wire nor touch the plug with wet
hands.
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This may cause an electric shock or fire.
Use only a properly grounded plug and receptacle.
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An improper ground may cause electric shock or equipment
damage.
Do not excessively bend the plug and wire nor place heavy objects
upon them, which could cause damage.
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Failure to do so may cause an electric shock or fire.
Disconnect the plug from the outlet during storms or lightening or
if it is not used for a long period of time.
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Failure to do so may cause an electric shock or fire.
Do not connect too many extension cords or plugs to an outlet.
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This may cause a fire.
Do not cover the vents on the monitor cabinet.
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Bad ventilation may cause a breakdown or fire.
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Power
Installation
Clean
Other
Put your monitor in a location with low humidity and a minimum of
dust.
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An electric shock or fire could result inside the monitor.
Do not drop the monitor when moving it.
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This may cause damage to the product or human body.
Place the monitor on a flat and stable surface.
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The monitor can cause injury by falling.
Set down the monitor carefully.
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It could be damaged or broken.
Do not place the monitor face down.
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The CDT surface may be damaged.
Do not use the monitor without the monitor stand.
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It could break down or cause a fire due to bad ventilation.
If the monitor must be used without the supplied stand, take steps
to insure proper ventilation.
Notational
Power
Installation
Clean
Other
When cleaning the monitor case or the surface of the CDT, wipe with a
slightly moistened, soft fabric.
Do not clean Flat monitor with water. Use a water-diluted mild
detergent.
(Some detergents contain significant amounts of alcohol-based solvents,
which can damage (color change) or crack the monitor case. The
antiglare/anti-static surface coating on the CDT may also be affected.)
Dilute the detergent (1:10 ratio) with water before using.
Do not spray detergent directly on the monitor.
Use the recommended detergent with a smooth cloth.
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You can prevent the coated CDT from being damaged or the
monitor cabinet from being dissolved, cracked or discolored.
You can buy a recommended detergent at any Samsung Service
Center.
If the connector between the plug and the pin is dusty or dirty,
clean it properly with a dry cloth.
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A dirty connector can cause an electric shock or fire.
Do not set a glass of water, chemicals or any small metal objects
on the monitor.
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This may cause damage, electric shock or a fire.
If a foreign substance gets into the monitor, disconnect the plug
and then contact a service center.
Do not remove cover(or back). No user serviceable parts inside.
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Notational
This may cause an electric shock or a fire.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Power
Installation
Clean
Other
If your monitor does not operate normally - in particular, if there are
any unusual sounds or smells coming from it - unplug it
immediately and contact an authorized dealer or service.
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This may cause an electric shock or a fire.
Do not place any heavy objects on the monitor.
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This may cause an electric shock or a fire.
For each hour of looking at the monitor, you should let your eyes
rest for 5 minutes.
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This will reduce eye fatigue.
Do not use or store inflammable substances near the monitor.
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This may cause an explosion or fire.
Do not try to move the monitor by pulling on the wire or the signal
cable.
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This may cause a breakdown, electric shock or a fire due to
damage to the cable.
Do not move the monitor right or left by pulling only the wire or the
signal cable.
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This may cause a breakdown, electric shock or a fire due to
damage to the cable.
Never insert anything metallic into the monitor openings.
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This may cause an electric shock, fire or injury.
Keep the monitor away from any magnetic substances.
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This may cause discoloring or distortion of the image.
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Monitor and Stand
Power Cord
Unpacking
Front
Stand
Rear
Bottom
Quick Setup Guide
(Some models include a stand attached. )
Please make sure the following items are included
with your monitor. If any items are missing,
contact your dealer.
Warranty Card
(Not available in all locations)
USB Hub (Option)
User's Guide and
Driver Installation CD
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Main > Introduction > Unpacking
Monitor and Stand
Power Cord
Unpacking
Front
Stand
Rear
Bottom
Signal Cable (Option)
(Some models include a stand attached. )
Please make sure the following items are included
with your monitor. If any items are missing,
contact your dealer.
Quick Setup Guide
Warranty Card
(Not available in all locations)
User's Guide and
Driver Installation CD
For Multimedia model (Option)
Multimedia Speaker Stand
Sound Cables(2each)
DC Power Cord (Option)
User Guide
Unpacking
Front
Rear
Bottom
1. Highlight button
2. Exit/MagicBright
button
The Highlight Zone ensures clear images on TVs, video conferencing
systems or photos by emphasizing a certain area on the screen.
Use this button to exit or conrtol the MagicBright.
3. Adjust buttons
These buttons allow you to highlight and adjust items in the menu.
4. Menu button
Use this button to open the OSD and activate a highlighted menu item.
5. Power indicator
This light glows green during normal operation, and blinks green once as
the monitor saves your adjustments.
Use this button to turn the monitor on and off.
6. Power button
Note: See PowerSaver described in the manual for further information regarding power saving
functions. For energy conservation, turn your monitor OFF when it is not needed, or when
leaving it unattended for long periods.
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Unpacking
Front
Rear
Bottom
1. Power port
2. Signal Cable
Connect the power cord for your monitor to the power port on the back of
the monitor.
Connect the signal cable to the video port on your computer, video board,
video card, or graphics card.
Note: See Connecting Your Monitor for further information regarding cable connections.
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Main > Introduction > Rear
Unpacking
Front
Rear
Bottom
(The configuration at the back of the monitor may vary from product to product.)
1. Power port
2. Signal port
3. BNC Connectors
(Option)
4. USB Connector
Connect the power cord for your monitor to the power port on the back of
the monitor.
Connect the signal cable to the 15-pin D-sub connector on the back of
your monitor.
Connect the signal cable to the BNC signal port on the back of your
monitor.
Connect the USB cable to the USB port on the back of your monitor.
Note: See Connecting Your Monitor for further information regarding cable connections.
Unpacking
Front
Rear
Bottom
1. Signal port
2. Power port
3. Tilt/Swivel Base
Connect the signal cable to the video port on your computer, video board,
video card, or graphics card.
Connect the power cord for your monitor to the power port on the back of
the monitor.
You can separate the base from the monitor.
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Main > Setup > Connecting Your Monitor
Connecting
Your Monitor
Installing the
Monitor Driver
Base Installation
1. Connect the power cord for your monitor to the power port on the back of the monitor.
Plug the power cord for the monitor into a nearby outlet.
2. Connecting the signal cables.
1) Connecting to the PC.
(Connect the signal cable to the video port on your computer, video board, video card, or
graphics card.)
2) Connecting the USB cable
Connect the USB cable to the USB port on the back of your monitor/computer.
3. If you are using a Macintosh computer, connect the cable to a Macintosh adapter, and set the
pins on your adapter(Adapter not included). A PC-compatible computer does not need an
adapter.
4. Turn on your computer and monitor. If your monitor displays an image, installation is complete.
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Main > Setup > Connecting Your Monitor
1. Setup-General | 2. Setup-For Multimedia model | 3. Multimedia Speaker Stand
Connecting
Your Monitor
1. Setup-General
Installing the
Monitor Driver
Base Installation
1. Connect the power cord for your monitor to the power port on the back of the monitor.
Plug the power cord for the monitor into a nearby outlet.
2. Connecting the signal cables.
1) Connecting to the PC.
(Connect the signal cable to the 15-pin D-sub connector on the back of your monitor. Connect
the signal cable to the video port on your computer, video board, video card, or graphics card.)
2) Connecting to old Macintosh models
If you are using a Macintosh computer, connect the cable to a Macintosh adapter, and set the
pins on your adapter(Adapter not included). A PC-compatible computer does not need an
adapter.
3) When you use a BNC connector.
Connect the signal cable to the BNC signal port on the back of your monitor/computer.
3. Connect the USB cable to the USB port on the back of your monitor/computer.
(You need it to use the MouScreen program.)
4. Turn on your computer and monitor. If your monitor displays an image, installation is complete.
2. Setup-For Multimedia model
1. Turn off your computer and unplug the power cord.
2. Connect the end of the signal cable to your computer's video port(video board, video card or
graphics card).
3. Connect one end of a sound cable to the Stereo Output jack on your sound card or
computer.Connect the other end of the cable to the Stereo Input jack on the back of the monitor
stand
Connect one end of the other sound cable to the Mic Input jack on your sound card or
computer.Connect the other end of this cable to the Mic By-pass jack on the back of the nonitor
stand.
4. Plug the DC power cord from the stand into a nearby outlet.
5. Connect the power cord for your monitor to the power port on the back of the monitor.
6. Plug the power cord for the monitor and the power cord for your computer into a nearby outlet.
7. Turn on your computer and monitor.
8. Turn up or down the On-Off control terminal on the stand of the monitor until it clicks.
9. Execute a sound program, music or sound effect in your computer and then adjust the volume
by turning up or down until the sound volume is appropriate.
10. Adjust the treble and bass.
Note: Sound distortion may occur when the monitor is placed on top of a mostly hollow cabinet
such as your computer. If this occurs, place a pad or magazine beneath the monitor stand.
High sound volume may also cause sound distortion; lower the volume.
3. Multimedia Speaker Stand
1. Mic By-pass Jack
To transmit your voice,connect a sound cable from
the Mic By-pass jack to the mic in jack on the sound
card slot in your computer.
2. Stereo Input Jack
Connect a sound cable from the input source(sound
card,computer,CD-ROM drive).
3. DC Power Cord
Connect DC power cord to monitor DC 12V output
jack.
4. Power Indicator
Glows green when the speakers are turned on.
5. On/Off Volume
Turns On/Off and adjusts the output volume.
6. Treble Control
Use to control high frequencies.
7. Bass Control
Use to control low frequencies.
8. Mic Input Jack
To transmit your voice,connect a microphone to this
jack.
9. Headphone Jack
To listen in privacy,connect headphones here.
10. Detachable Stand Top
Main > Setup > Installing the Monitor Driver
Automatic
Manual
Connecting Your
Monitor
When prompted by the operating system for the monitor driver, insert the CD-ROM
included with this monitor. Driver installation is slightly different from one operating
system to another. Follow the directions as appropriate for the operating system you
have.
Installing the
Monitor Driver
Base Installation
Prepare a blank disk and download the driver program file at the Internet web site shown
here.
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Internet web site : http://www.samsung-monitor.com/ (WorldWide)
http://www.samsungusa.com/monitor/ (USA)
http://www.sec.co.kr/monitor/ (Korea)
http://www.samsungmonitor.com.cn/ (China)
Windows ME
1. Insert CD into the CD-ROM driver.
2. Click "Windows ME Driver".
3. Choose your monitor model in the model list, then click the "OK" button.
4. Click the "Install" button in the "Warning" window.
5. Monitor driver installation is completed.
Windows XP/2000
1. Insert CD into the CD-ROM driver.
2. Click "Windows XP/2000 Driver".
3. Choose your monitor model in the model list, then click the "OK" button.
4. Click the "Install" button in the "Warning" window.
5. If you can see following "Message" window, then click the "Continue Anyway" button.
Then click "OK" button.
* This monitor driver is under certifying MS logo,and this installation don't damage your
system.The certified driver will be posted on Samsung Monitor Homepage
http://www.samsung-monitor.com/.
6. Monitor driver installation is completed.
Main > Setup > Installing the Monitor Driver
Automatic
Manual
Connecting Your
Monitor
Windows XP
Installing the
Monitor Driver
| Windows 2000 | Windows Me | Windows NT | Linux
When prompted by the operating system for the monitor driver, insert the CD-ROM
included with this monitor. Driver installation is slightly different from one operating
system to another. Follow the directions as appropriate for the operating system you
have.
Base Installation
Prepare a blank disk and download the driver program file at the Internet web site shown
here.
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Internet web site : http://www.samsung-monitor.com/ (WorldWide)
http://www.samsungusa.com/monitor/ (USA)
http://www.sec.co.kr/monitor/ (Korea)
http://www.samsungmonitor.com.cn/ (China)
Microsoft® Windows® XP Operating System
1. Insert CD into the CD-ROM driver.
2. Click "Start" —> "Control Panel" then click the "Appearance and Themes" Icon.
3. Click "Display" icon and choose the "Settings" tab then click "Advanced..".
4. Click the "Properties" button on the "Monitor" tab and select "Driver" tab.
5. Click "Update Driver.." and select "Install from a list or.." then click "Next" button.
6. Select "Don't search ,I will.." then click "Next" and then click "Have disk".
7. Click the "Browse" button then choose A:(D:\Driver) and choose your monitor model in the
model list and click the "Next" button.
8. If you can see following "Message" window, then click the "Continue Anyway" button. Then
click "OK" button.
This monitor driver is under certifying MS logo,and this installation don't damage your
system.The certified driver will be posted on Samsung Monitor Homepage
http://www.samsung-monitor.com/.
9. Click the "Close" button then click "OK" button continually.
10. Monitor driver installation is completed.
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Operating System
When you can see "Digital Signature Not Found" on your monitor, follow these steps.
1. Choose "OK" button on the "Insert disk" window.
2. Click the "Browse" button on the "File Needed" window.
3. Choose A:(D:\Driver) then click the "Open" button and then click "OK" button.
How to install
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Click "Start" , "Setting" , "Control Panel".
Double click the "Display" Icon.
Choose the "Settings" tab and then click "Advanced..".
Choose "Monitor".
Case1: If the "Properties" button is inactive, it means your monitor is properly configured.
Please stop installation
Case2: If the "Properties" button is active, click the "Properties" button then follow next
steps continually.
Click "Driver" and then click on "Update Driver.." then click on the "Next" button.
Choose "Display a list of the known drivers for this device so that I can choose a
specific driver" then click "Next" and then click "Have disk".
Click the "Browse" button then choose A:(D:\Driver).
Click the "Open" button, then click "OK" button.
Choose your monitor model and click the "Next" button then click "Next" button.
Click the "Finish" button then the "Close" button.
If you can see the "Digital Signature Not Found" window then click the "Yes"button.
And click the "Finish" button then the "Close" button.
Microsoft® Windows® Millennium Operating System
1. Click "Start" , "Setting" , "Control Panel".
2. Double click "Display" icon.
3. Select the "Settings" tab and click "Advanced Properties" button.
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Select the "Monitor" tab.
Click the "Change" button in the "Monitor Type" area.
Choose "Specify the location of the driver".
Choose "Display a list of all the driver in a specific location.." then click "Next" button.
Click the "Have Disk" button
Specify A:\(D:\driver) then click "OK" button.
Select "Show all devices" and choose the monitor that corresponds to the one you
connected to your computer and click "OK".
11. Continue choosing "Close" button and "OK" button until you close the Display Properties
dialogue box.
(You can get some other screen for warning message or others, then click the appreciate
option for your monitor.)
Microsoft® Windows® NT Operating System
1. Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, and then double-click Display icon.
2. In Display Registration Information window, click Settings Tab and then click All Display
Modes.
3. Select a mode that you wish to use (Resolution, Number of colors and Vertical frequency)
and then click OK.
4. Click Apply button if you see the screen working normally after clicking Test. If the screen
is not normal, change to a different mode (lower mode of resolution, colors or frequency).
Note: If there is no Mode at All Display Modes, select the level of resolution and vertical
frequency by referring to the Preset Display Modes in the user guide.
Linux Operating System
To execute X-Window, you need to make the X86Config file, which is a type of system setting
file.
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Press Enter at the first and the second screen after executing the X86Config file.
The third screen is for setting your mouse.
Set a mouse for your computer.
The next screen is for selecting a keyboard.
Set a Keyboard for your computer.
The next screen is for setting your monitor.
First of all, set a horizontal frequency for your monitor. (You can enter the frequency
directly.)
8. Set a vertical frequency for your monitor. (You can enter the frequency directly.)
9. Enter the model name of your monitor. This information will not affect the actual
execution of X-Window.
10. You have finished setting up your monitor.
Execute X-Window after setting other requested hardware.
Tilt/Swivel Base | Attaching and Removing the Base
Connecting Your
Monitor
Installing the
Monitor Driver
With the built-in pedestal, you can tilt and/or swivel the monitor for the most comfortable
viewing angle.
Base Installation
Note: The base is detachable.
Attaching the Base
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Place the monitor upside-down on a flat work surface.
Align the tabs on the base with the corresponding slots on the bottom of the monitor.
Press the base onto the monitor until the tabs are fully engaged in the slots.
Push the base toward the front of the monitor until the release latch clicks into the locked
position.
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* Do not bend the snap.
Removing the Base
5. Squeeze and pull up on the release latch on the base.
6. Push the base toward the back of the monitor and lift up to remove the base.
Note: The base will align with the monitor slots in only one position.
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On-Screen Display
1. Highlight button : The Highlight Zone ensures clear images on TVs, video conferencing
systems or photos by emphasizing a certain area on the screen.
2. Exit/MagicBright button : Use this button to exit or to activate the MagicBright menu.
3. Adjust buttons : These buttons allow you to highlight and adjust items in the menu.
4. Menu button : Use this button to open the OSD and activate a highlighted menu item.
On-Screen Display
MagicBright
Image [H-Position]
The MagicBright feature is available
for high brightness monitors only.
MagicBright refers to a new monitor
feature that offers screen display
quality twice as bright and clear than
that of existing monitors. It provides
display
brightness and resolution most
appropriate for viewing text, Game,
Internet or multimedia animations to
satisfy varying user requirements.
The user may easily select one of
four pre-configured brightness and
resolution options by simply pressing
one of the MagicBright control
buttons located on the monitor's
front.
Push the MagicBright button.
Push the MagicBright button again
and select the desired mode.
When Text is selected, the monitor
turns on normal brightness identical
to that of existing monitors, which is
suitable for reading or working with
text. When Internet is selected, the
monitor turns on an enhanced
brightness for Internet browsing (text
and graphics), while retaining the
readability of text characters. Switch
to game mode and the screen
brightness is automatically adjusted
to be suitable for a game-playing
environment full of graphic-rich,
fast-changing scenes. When
Entertain is selected, the monitor
switches to maximum brightness
(500 cd/m2), identical to television
brightness, which is optimum for
viewing entertainment programs
(animation, DVDs, television or
online games).
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Brightness/Contrast
Adjust Brightness and Contrast.
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Push the ◀▶ ( ◑ ) or ▲ ▼ (
) button. The brightness/contrast display
will appear.
Push the ▲ button to increase the brightness or the ▼ button to decrease
the brightness.
Push the ◀ button to increase the contrast or the ▶ button to decrease the
contrast.
User Delete
When you press the Menu (
) button for over 5 seconds,
all the user adjustment data are deleted as the LED blinks.
This is different from the function that restores the default status.
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Push the Menu (
) button for over 5 seconds.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Position
Follow these instructions to change the Position of the monitor's entire display.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Position adjustment screen.
3 Use the
and
buttons to change the vertical position of the monitor's viewing area; use the
and
buttons to change the horizontal
position of the monitor's viewing area.
Size
Follow these instructions to change the size of the monitor's entire
display.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Position/Size screen is displayed. Push the
button or
button to select Size.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Size adjustment screen.
4 Use the
and
buttons to change the vertical size of the monitor's
viewing area; use the
and
buttons to change the horizontal size
of the monitor's viewing area.
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O n -Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Zoom
Follow these instructions to get a close-up or a longshot view of the
monitor's viewing area.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Position/Size screen is displayed. Push the
button or
button to select zoom.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the zoom adjustment screen.
4 Use the
button to decrease the screen viewing area. Use the
button to enlarge the screen viewing area.
Parallel/Rotation
Adjust the parallelogram setting when the display is leaning left or
right; adjust the rotation setting when the entire display is tilted left
or right.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Geometry screen is displayed.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Parallel/Rotation adjustment
screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to adjust the parallel setting; Use the
button or
button to adjust the rotation setting.
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On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Pincushion/Trapezoid
Adjust the pincushion setting when the sides of the display are
bowed in or bowed out; adjust the trapezoid setting when the top or
bottom of the display is too large or small.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Geometry screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select Pincushion/Trapezoid.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Pincushion/Trapezoid adjustment screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to adjust the pincushion setting; Use the
button or
button to adjust the trapezoid setting.
Pinbalance
Adjust the pinbalance setting when the sides of the display are bowed
towards the left or right.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Geometry screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select Pinbalance.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Pinbalance adjustment screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to adjust the Pinbalance setting.
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O n -Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Sidepin Corner
Adjust the sidepin corner correction when the sides of the display are
bowed in or bowed out; adjust the side pin corner correction when
the top or bottom of the display is too large or small.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Geometry screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select SidePin Corner.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the SidePin Corner adjustment
screen.
4 Use the
or
buttons to adjust the SidePin Corner correction.
Color1
sRGB
Color temperature is a measure of the 'warmth' of the image colors.
The available range is between 5000 to 9300K. Follow these steps to
change the color temperature and adjust individual R,G,B color control.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Color screen is displayed. Use
the
button or
button to select Color1.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Color1 adjustment screen.
4 Adjust the color temperature as close to the desired temperature as
possible using only the
and
buttons. To fine tune the color hue,
use the
or
button to select R(ed), G(reen) or B(lue), then use the
and
buttons until you reach the desired color.
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O n -Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Color2
sRGB
Color temperature is a measure of the 'warmth' of the image colors.
The available range is between 5000 to 9300K. Follow these steps to
change the color temperature and adjust individual R,G,B color control.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Color screen is displayed. Use
the
button or
button to select Color2.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Color2 adjustment screen.
4 Adjust the color temperature as close to the desired temperature as
possible using only the
and
buttons. To fine tune the color
hue,use the
or
button to select R(ed), G(reen) or B(lue), then use
the
and
buttons until you reach the desired color.
sRGB
sRGB
When you adjust the Brightness and Contrast after sRGB mode is selected, sRGB mode exits. sRGB mode works in Digital input.change
the color temperature and adjust individual R,G,B color control.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Color screen is displayed.
Push the
and
button to select Color1, Color2 or sRGB.
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On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Clear Moire
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A 'moire' pattern can appear on your screen, looking like a series of
concentric circles or arcs. To eliminate this pattern, use the clear moire
adjustments.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Screen OSD is displayed.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Clear Moire adjustment
screen.
Use the
button or
button to adjust horizontal moire; use the
button or
button to adjust vertical moire.
Linearity
v
Adjust the linearity setting when the display image is compressed at
the left,right or top,bottom.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Screen OSD is displayed. Push
the
button or
button to select Linearity.
3 Push the Menu(
) buttonto open the Linearity adjustment screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to adjust the vertical Linearity.
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On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Focus
Use the focus control when the image displayed on the screen is not
sharp in all areas.
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1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Screen OSD is displayed. Push
the
button or
button to select Focus.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Focus adjustment screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to adjust the focus along the left and right
areas of the screen. Use the
button or
button to adjust the center
area of the screen.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Degauss
The Degauss feature will remove color impurities caused by magnetic fields. Do
not use the Degauss feature more than once within a 30-minute period.
Note: The monitor may buzz momentarily, the image colors may change and the
image will jiggle for a few seconds. These effects are normal.
1
2
3
4
Push the Menu(
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button until the Advanced screen is displayed.
Push the Menu(
) button to execute the degauss function.
The degaussing screen will appear. After a few seconds, the degauss
main menu will return.
Recall
Use the recall feature to reset these monitor settings to their original levels:
Position, Size, Pincushion, Trapezoid, Parallelogram, Pinbalance, Rotation,
Clear Moire.
Note: If you have selected "Yes", all settings listed above will be reset. All other
settings will remain the same.
1
2
3
4
Push the Menu(
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button until the Advanced screen is displayed.
Push the ▲ button or ▼ button to select Recall.
Push the Menu(
) button to open the recall selection screen.
Push the ◀ button to select YES.
If you don't want to reset the monitor,use the ▶ button to select NO.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Video Input Level
Some video cards use video signals higher than 1.0V which causes the display to
be very bright.
For those video cards, use this feature to select the 1.0 V Level.
1
2
3
4
Push the Menu (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button until the Advanced screen is displayed.
Push the ▲ button or ▼ button to select Video Input Level.
Push the Menu (
) button to open the Video Input Level
selection screen.
Use the ◀ or ▶ buttons to select 0.7 V or 1.0 V.
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On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Display timing
You can see the frequency (user control mode) used by the user, the
polarity of the operational signals, the default frequency (default
mode) set when you buy the monitor and the resolution level.
Note: These screens do not allow any changes to the settings, they
are for information only.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Menu screen is displayed.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Display Timing adjustment
screen.
4 Use the
button to see the user control mode and the default mode.
Menu Position
You can change the position where the OSD menu appears on your
monitor.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Menu screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select Menu Position.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Menu Position adjustment
screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to place the menu in the position
you prefer.
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On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Menu Duration
The menu will automatically turn off if no adjustments are made for a
certain time period. You can set the amount of time the menu will wait
before it turns off.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Menu screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select Menu Duration.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Menu Duration selection
screen.
4 Use the
or
buttons to select 3, 7, 10, 20 or 50 seconds. 10 seconds is the default value.
Languages
Follow these steps to change the language used in the menu. You can
choose one of ten languages. English, German,French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Russian, Polish ,or Magyar. (Some OSD
languages may not appear in some areas.) The language chosen affects only the language of the OSD. It has no effect on
any software running on the computer.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Menu screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select Languages.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Languages selection screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to select the language you would like to
use.
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On-Screen Display
The Highlight Zone function can be optimized with a moving image and so please
use it in the moving image screen.
Menu
How to adjust
Highlight Zone
This function is to execute or cancel the Highlight Zone.
1
2
3
Push the Highlight (
) button.
Push the Menu (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button to cancel, execute or enlarge the entire
screen.
Position
This function is to move the Highlight Zone horizontally or vertically.
1
2
3
Push the Highlight (
) button.
Push the◀button or▶button to select the Screen Position Adjustment and
then push the Menu (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button to move the position of the Highlight Zone
horizontally and use the push the ▲ button or ▼ button to move it
vertically.
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On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Size
This function is to adjust the size of the Highlight Zone.
1
2
3
Push the Highlight (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button to select the Screen Size Adjustment
and then push the Menu (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button to move the size of the Highlight Zone
horizontally and use the push the ▲ button or ▼ button to move it
vertically.
Contrast
This function is to use the Contrast of the Highlight Zone.
1
2
3
Push the Highlight (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button to select the Contrast Adjustment
and then push the Menu (
) button.
Push the ▲ button or ▼ button to adjust the Contrast of the
Highlight Zone.
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On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Color
This function is to adjust the color of the Highlight Zone.
1
2
3
Push the Highlight (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button to select the Color Adjustment
and then push the Menu (
) button.
Push the ▲ button or ▼ button to select a color from R, G or B.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button to adjust the R, G or B color of the
Highlight Zone.
Zoom
This function is to enlarge or reduce the Highlight Zone.
1
2
3
Push the Highlight (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button to select the Zoom Adjustment and then
push the Menu (
) button
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button to enlarge or reduce the Highlight Zone.
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On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Sharpness
This function is to adjust the sharpness of the Highlight Zone.
1
2
3
Push the Highlight (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button to select the Sharpness Adjustment
and then push the Menu (
) button
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button to adjust the sharpness of the
Highlight Zone.
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On-Screen Display(Highlight Zone II)
1. Automatic detect
1) When the Highlight program is running, the monitor automatically detects the video-playing portion of your
multimedia program and activates the Highlight Zone feature. No selection is necessary.
2) Major multimedia programs: Windows Media Player, RealPlayer 8.0, video players on the broadcasters¡¯
websites, etc.
However, Automatic Detect may not work with a DVD player. (In this case, change the setting to Manual
Detect mode to create a Highlight Zone.)
3) Select Disable Auto Detect from the menu when you wish to deactivate the Automatic Detect feature.
Since this disables the Auto Detect capability of the monitor, the monitor does not automatically create a
Highlight Zone.
(When you first install the program, Automatic Detect is the default.)
2. Manual detect
In Manual Detect mode, you can either select a window or use the Drag function to create a Highlight Zone.
1 Selecting a window:
Click the Highlight icon( )on the Windows taskbar once to activate( )the cursor.
Move the cursor onto the window of your choice and click once to Highlight the window.
Drag: Click the Highlight icon( )on the Windows taskbar once to activate( )the cursor.
2 Drag
Click the Highlight icon( )on the Windows taskbar once to activate( )the cursor.
Click and hold the left mouse button, then drag the cursor to create a rectangle that covers the desired area.
This rectangle becomes the Highlight Zone.
Note 1 : When the mouse cursor is activated( )and it is necessary to de-activate it to use it for other tasks,
right click your mouse, or put the activated cursor ( )on the taskbar and click. When de-activated,
the icon on the screen changes back to the one shown before activation.
Note 2 : You can determine whether the Highlight feature is on/off by the appearance of the icon on the
taskbar. On( ), Off( )
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On-Screen Display(Highlight Zone II)
3. Menu
1. Exit Program
Exits the Highlight program.
2. Disable Auto Detect Allows user to disable Auto Detect when
necessary.
Once selected, this function saves the
selection and keeps it in the memory
regardless of exiting or restarting the program.
When selected, a check mark (V)
appears.
3. Picture Setting
Can be selected only when the Highlight Zone After changing the setting, select
function is on.
OK to save the changes, or Cancel
When selected, a menu window appears which to return to the previous setting.
can be used to adjust Contrast
Contrast, Color and
Sharpness within the Highlight Zone.
4. Full Screen
Place the cursor on the Highlight icon( )on
the Windows taskbar and right click your
mouse once. Then select Full Screen from the
menu.
5. Highlight Zone Off
Cancels the selection of a Highlight Zone and
reverts to the original screen.
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On-Screen Display(Highlight Zone II)
4. Other Features
The Highlight Zone function remembers the variables of the selected areas in Automatic and Manual Detect
modes, respectively.
1 If the window selected as a Highlight Zone is moved or its size changed, the Highlight Zone changes
accordingly.
2 If an un-selected window overlaps the window selected as a Highlight Zone, the Highlight Zone of
the selected window turns off.
However, it does not turn off the Zone completely and only makes the window shift to standby mode
while the settings are saved. When the window is re-activated, the Highlight Zone turns on again
with the settings unchanged.
* When the Highlight Zone is created using the Drag function, the Zone functions independently of the
above since it uses a random portion of the screen instead of a particular window.
Note 1 : How to cancel the saved variables of a selected window.
1) When a window selected in Automatic Detect mode is replaced with another window also selected
in Automatic Detect mode, only the last selection is saved, and the Highlight Zone function is deactivated for the previous windows.
2) In Manual Detect mode, only the window (or the frame window) created last is saved, and the
Highlight Zone function is de-activated for the previous windows.
The Highlight Zone is de-selected when the program used to create the selected window is closed.
The variables of the Highlight Zone created using the Drag function are not saved.
Note 2 : The changes saved under Picture Setting of the Highlight Zone menu remain effective even after the
program is closed using Exit Program.
(The next time you start the Highlight Zone program, the settings are shown as previously saved.)
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On-Screen Display
On-Screen Display
Screen
1. Brightness
This setting allows you to adjust screen brightness for better viewing, depending on your lighting conditions,
etc.
2. Contrast
This setting allows you to adjust screen contrast for better viewing, depending on the image and colors on
the screen.
As the contrast value approaches 0, the picture becomes too dark to see clearly. Therefore, this value
should be 25 or higher.
3. Color Temperature
This setting adjusts the color temperature (also known as 'warmth'), in a range from 9300K (bluish hue) to
5000K (reddish hue).
4.
. Color Control
This setting adjusts the picture color tone by controlling each of the individual RGB hues.
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On-Screen Display
On-Screen Display
Geometry 1
Position
This setting adjusts the vertical or horizontal position of the image area on the screen.
1. Selection and Adjustment : Place and click your mouse pointer on the Position icon and then drag it as
desired. The entire image area of the screen will move freely in any direction, according to the mouse cursor
movement.
2. Fine Tuning : When the mouse pointer is correctly placed over the Position icon, the icon color will change.
Then, click the left mouse button. The fine tuning sub-menu appears in the bottom left corner of the screen.
When the mouse cursor is correctly placed over any of the fine tuning arrows, the arrow color changes, as it
does when an icon is selected. Click the left mouse button to achieve the desired Position fine tuning.
3. Holding the mouse button down will cause the value to change rapidly.
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On-Screen Display
Geometry 1
Size
This setting adjusts the image area height and width on the screen.
1. Selection and Adjustment : Place and click your mouse cursor on the Size icon and then drag it as
desired. The Horizontal Size (Width) adjustment icon is located on the left and right sides and the Vertical Size
(Height) adjustment icon is located on the top and bottom parts of the screen. To increase the Width, drag
outward on the grid where the icons are located. To decrease the Width, drag inward. To increase the Height,
drag upward on the grid where the icons are located. To decrease the Height, drag downward.
2. Fine Tuning : When the mouse pointer is correctly placed over the Size icon, the icon color changes. Then,
click the left mouse button. The fine tuning sub-menu appears in the bottom left corner of the screen. When
the mouse cursor is correctly placed over any of the Size fine tuning arrows, the arrow color changes, as it
does when an icon is selected. Then, click the left mouse button to achieve the desired Size fine tuning.
3. Holding the mouse button down will cause the value to change rapidly.
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On-Screen Display
Geometry 1
Rotation
This corrects the skewed image area on the screen.
1. Selection and Adjustment : Place and click your mouse pointer on the Rotation icon and then drag as
desired. The Rotation icon is located at the corners of the screen. To de-skew the image area, drag the mouse
along the direction of the arrow.
2. Fine Tuning : When the mouse pointer is correctly placed over the Rotation icon, the icon color changes.
Then, click the left mouse button. The fine tuning sub-menu appears in the left bottom corner of the screen.
When the mouse cursor is correctly placed over either of the left or right arrows, the arrow color changes, as
it does when an icon is selected. Then, click the left mouse button to achieve the desired Rotation fine tuning.
3. Holding the mouse button down will cause the value to change rapidly.
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On-Screen Display
On-Screen Display
Geometry 2
Pincushion
This setting straightens the right and left vertical pins of the screen.
1. Selection and Adjustment : Place and click the mouse pointer on the Pincushion icon and then drag it as
desired. The Pincushion icon is located in the center of the screen. If the mouse is dragged to the left, the
image area becomes convex. If the mouse is dragged to the right, the image area becomes concave.
2. Fine Tuning : When the mouse pointer is correctly placed over the Pincushion icon, the icon color changes.
Then, click the left mouse button and the Pincushion fine tuning sub-menu appears in the bottom left corner
of the screen. When the mouse cursor is correctly placed over any of the Pincushion fine tuning arrows, the
arrow color changes, as it does when an icon is selected. Then, click the left mouse button to achieve the
desired fine tuning.
3. Holding the mouse button down will cause the value to change rapidly.
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On-Screen Display
Geometry 2
Pinbalance
This corrects the pin balance of the left and right side of the screen.
1. Selection and Adjustment : Place and click your mouse pointer on the Pin Balance icon and then drag it
as desired. The Pin Balance icon is located in the left and right corner. If the mouse is dragged to the left, the
image area tilts to the left. If the mouse is dragged to the right, the image area becomes tilts to the right.
2. Fine Tuning : When the mouse pointer is correctly placed over the Pin Balance icon, the icon color
changes. Then, click the left mouse button and the Pin Balance fine tuning sub-menu appears in the left
bottom corner of the screen. When the mouse cursor is correctly placed over either of the left or right arrows,
the arrow color changes, as it does when an icon is selected. Then, click the left mouse button to achieve the
desired Pin Balance fine tuning.
3. Holding the mouse button down will cause the value to change rapidly.
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On-Screen Display
Geometry 2
Trapezoid
This adjusts the horizontal width of the image area on the screen.
1. Selection and Adjustment : Place and click the mouse pointer on the Trapezoid icon and then drag it as
desired. The Trapezoid icon is located on the top and bottom sides. If the mouse is dragged to the left, the
upper image area narrows and the bottom part widens. If the mouse is dragged to the right, the upper image
area widens and the bottom part narrows.
2. Fine Tuning : When the mouse pointer is correctly placed over the Trapezoid icon, the icon color changes.
Then, click the left mouse button and the Trapezoid fine tuning sub-menu appears in the left bottom corner of
the screen. When the mouse cursor is correctly placed over either of the left or right arrows, the arrow color
changes, as it does when an icon is selected. Then, click the left mouse button to achieve the desired
Trapezoid fine tuning.
3. Holding the mouse button down will cause the value to change rapidly.
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On-Screen Display
Geometry 2
Parallel
This adjusts the parallelogram level of the screen.
1. Selection and Adjustment : Place and click the mouse pointer on the Parallelogram icon and then drag
as desired. The Parallelogram icon is located in the screen corners. If the mouse is dragged to the left, the
image area tilts to the right. If the mouse is dragged to the right, the image area tilts to the left.
2. Fine Tuning : When the mouse pointer is correctly placed over the Parallelogram icon, the icon color
changes. Then, click the left mouse button to pop up the Parallelogram fine tuning sub-menu in the left bottom
corner of the screen. When the mouse cursor is correctly placed over either of the left or right arrows, the
arrow color changes, as it does when the icon is selected. Then, click the left mouse button to achieve the
desired Parallelogram fine tuning.
3. Holding the mouse button down will cause the value to change rapidly.
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On-Screen Display
On-Screen Display
Highlight Zone
On/Off
This setting turns the Highlight Zone on or off.
1. You can turn the Highlight Zone on or off by selecting the Highlight On/Off checkbox in the Highlight Zone.
You can select menu functions in the Highlight Zone only when the Highlight Zone is turned on. You cannot
select menu functions when this setting is off.
2. Highlight Zone on : As soon as you click the On checkbox, the Highlight Zone turns on, while the checkbox
appears checked/selected.
3. Highlight Zone off : As soon as you click the Off checkbox, the checkbox will be unchecked and the Highlight Zone turns off.
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On-Screen Display
On-Screen Display
Highlight Zone
Full Screen
This setting enlarges the Highlight Zone to full screen mode.
1. Selection and Adjustment : The Highlight Zone changes to Full Screen mode when its checkbox is
selected. Icons and other related functions may be selected, irrespective of whether the Highlight Zone is in
On or Off mode. When the Highlight Zone is in Full mode, it enlarges to the entire screen area and is locked
by the Picture icon because Position/Size adjustment is no longer required.
2. Deactivating Full Highlight Zone : When you click the Full checkbox again, in the Full mode, the Highlight
Zone returns to the previous menu. If you wish to turn it off, you may select On/Off at this stage.
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On-Screen Display
Highlight Zone
Position/Size Tab(Highlight Zone)
This setting adjusts the Highlight Zone's vertical or horizontal location, and shrinks or enlarges its
size.
1. Position Adjustment : Place and click your mouse pointer on the Position icon and then drag it as desired.
The Highlight Zone moves freely in any direction, following as the mouse is dragged.
2. Size Adjustment : Place and click your mouse cursor on the Size icon and then drag as desired. The
Horizontal Size (Width) adjustment icon is located on the left and right sides and the Vertical Size (Height)
adjustment icon is located on the top and bottom of the screen. Drag outward, along the grid where the icons
are located, to increase the Highlight Zone's Width. Drag inward to decrease Width. Drag upward, along the
grid where the icons are located, to increase the Highlight Zone's Height. Drag downward to decrease Height.
3. Zoom Adjustment : Place and click your mouse pointer on the Zoom icon and then drag it as desired. To
adjust, drag in the direction of the Zoom icon arrow. Drag outward to increase the Highlight Zone. Drag inward
to decrease it.
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On-Screen Display
Highlight Zone
Picture Tab(Highlight Zone)
This setting complements the contrast, hue and outline of the Highlight Zone.
Place and click the mouse pointer on Picture Icon when the Highlight Zone is On.
The Picture tab adjusts the Highlight Zone's contrast, color tone and outline. Place your mouse pointer on the
arrow for any of the desired menu icons and drag it as desired.
When the mouse pointer is correctly placed over the arrow, the pointer turns into a finger icon. Then, click the
left mouse button and drag the icon as desired.
1. Contrast : This setting adjusts the contrast of the Highlight Zone from -100 to +100 to achieve the user's
desired contrast.
2. Color : This setting adjusts the color of the Highlight Zone by Red, Green or Blue separately. This ensures
that animated multimedia or photo images will be shown in the best color tones.
3. Sharpness : This setting sharpens or softens the outline of the Highlight Zone image.
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More
Moire
This setting removes wavy concentric circles or arc patterns.
1. Selection and Adjustment : Place and click your mouse pointer on the Moire icon and then drag it as
desired. The icon is located in the left and right corners of the screen. The value decreases when the arrow
is dragged to the left, and increases when the arrow is dragged to the right.
2. Fine Tuning : When the mouse pointer is correctly placed over the Moire icon, the icon color changes.
Then, click the left mouse button and its fine tuning sub-menu appears in the bottom left corner of the screen.
When the mouse cursor is correctly placed over either of the left or right arrows, the arrow color changes, as
it does when an icon is selected. Then, click your left mouse button to achieve the desired Moire fine tuning.
3. Holding the mouse button down will cause the value to change rapidly.
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Sidepin Corner
This setting fine tunes the side pins of the screen corners in their opposite directions.
1. Selection and Adjustment : Place and click the mouse pointer on the Corner Side Pin icon and then drag
it as desired. The icons are divided into Top and Bottom Corner Side Pin icons and are located in the upper
and lower parts, respectively. The upper icon is for the Top Corner Side pin adjustment while the lower icon
is for the Bottom Corner Side Pin adjustment. If the mouse is dragged to the left, for both the icons, the corner
side pins shrink inward. If the mouse is dragged to the right, they expand outward.
2. Fine Tuning : When the mouse pointer is correctly placed over the Corner Side Pin icon, the icon color
changes. Then, click the left mouse button and the Corner Side Pin fine tuning sub-menu appears in the
bottom left corner of the screen. When the mouse cursor is correctly placed over either of the left or right
arrows, the arrow color changes, as it does when an icon is selected. Then, click the left mouse button to
achieve the desired fine tuning.
3. Holding the mouse button down will cause the value to change rapidly.
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Pinbalance Corner
This setting fine tunes the side pins of the screen corners, by aligning them in the same direction.
1. Selection and Adjustment : Place and click the mouse pointer on the Corner Pin Balance icon and drag
it as desired. The Top Corner Pin Balance adjustment icon is located in the top left and right corners of the
screen. The Bottom Corner Pin Balance adjustment icon is located in the bottom left and right corners of the
screen. For both icons, if the mouse is dragged to the left, the corner side pins are curved to the left. If the
mouse is dragged to the right, they are curved to the right.
2. Fine Tuning : When the mouse pointer is correctly placed over the Corner Pin Balance icon, the icon color
changes. Then, click the left mouse button, and its fine tuning sub-menu appears in the bottom left corner of
the screen. When the mouse cursor is correctly placed over either of the left or right arrows, the arrow color
changes, as it does when an icon is selected. Then, click the left mouse button to achieve the desired fine
tuning.
3. Holding the mouse button down will cause the value to change rapidly.
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Degauss
This setting removes blurs on the screen, caused by interference from magnetic fields.
1. Selection and Adjustment : Place and click the mouse pointer on the Degauss icon that is located in the
center of the screen. The picture image may become fuzzy for three to five seconds, with the monitor making
a ticking sound when the icon is selected. Any fuzzy screen blotches are removed while the magnetic field
affecting the screen is degaussed.
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On-Screen Display
Others
1. Reset
This setting cancels adjustments made using the current tab. However, please note that a Reset function is
not provided for the Highlight Zone tabs because their nature does not require being reset.
2. Save
This setting saves all the adjustments made in the current session since the program was started.
3. OK
This closes the monitor setting, saves the current adjustments and exits the program.
4. Cancel
This returns the monitor settings to their original state before the current adjustments are saved and exits the
program.
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On-Screen Display
1. Highlight button : The Highlight Zone ensures clear images on TVs, video conferencing
systems or photos by emphasizing a certain area on the screen.
2. Exit/MagicBright button : Use this button to exit or to activate the MagicBright menu.
3. Adjust buttons : These buttons allow you to highlight and adjust items in the menu.
4. Menu button : Use this button to open the OSD and activate a highlighted menu item.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
MagicBright
MagicBright refers to a new monitor feature that offers screen
display quality twice as bright and clear than that of existing
monitors. It provides display brightness and resolution most
appropriate for viewing text, Internet or multimedia animations to
satisfy varying user requirements. The user may easily select one
of three pre-configured brightness and resolution options by
simply pressing one of the MagicBright control buttons located on
the monitorís front.
1
Push the MagicBright button.
Push the MagicBright button again and select the desired mode.
When Text is selected, the monitor turns on normal brightness identical to
that of existing monitors, which is suitable for reading or working with text.
When Internet is selected, the monitor turns on an enhanced brightness
for Internet browsing (text and graphics), while retaining the readability of
text characters. When Entertain is selected, the monitor switches to
maximum brightness (330 cd/m2), identical to television brightness,
which is optimum for viewing entertainment programs (animation, DVDs,
television or online games).
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Brightness/Contrast
Adjust Brightness and Contrast.
1
2
Push the ◀▶ ( ◑ ) or ▲ ▼ (
) button. The brightness/contrast display
will appear.
Push the ▲ button to increase the brightness or the ▼ button to decrease
the brightness.
Push the ◀ button to increase the contrast or the ▶ button to decrease the
contrast.
User Delete
When you press the Menu (
) button for over 5 seconds,
all the user adjustment data are deleted as the LED blinks.
This is different from the function that restores the default status.
1
Push the Menu (
) button for over 5 seconds.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Position
Follow these instructions to change the Position of the monitor's entire display.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Position adjustment screen.
3 Use the
and
buttons to change the vertical position of the monitor's viewing area; use the
and
buttons to change the horizontal
position of the monitor's viewing area.
Size
Follow these instructions to change the size of the monitor's entire
display.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Position/Size screen is displayed. Push the
button or
button to select Size.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Size adjustment screen.
4 Use the
and
buttons to change the vertical size of the monitor's
viewing area; use the
and
buttons to change the horizontal size
of the monitor's viewing area.
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Menu
How to adjust
Zoom
Follow these instructions to get a close-up or a longshot view of the
monitor's viewing area.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Position/Size screen is displayed. Push the
button or
button to select zoom.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the zoom adjustment screen.
4 Use the
button to decrease the screen viewing area. Use the
button to enlarge the screen viewing area.
Parallel/Rotation
Adjust the parallelogram setting when the display is leaning left or
right; adjust the rotation setting when the entire display is tilted left
or right.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Geometry screen is displayed.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Parallel/Rotation adjustment
screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to adjust the parallel setting; Use the
button or
button to adjust the rotation setting.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Pincushion/Trapezoid
Adjust the pincushion setting when the sides of the display are
bowed in or bowed out; adjust the trapezoid setting when the top or
bottom of the display is too large or small.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Geometry screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select Pincushion/Trapezoid.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Pincushion/Trapezoid adjustment screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to adjust the pincushion setting; Use the
button or
button to adjust the trapezoid setting.
Pinbalance
Adjust the pinbalance setting when the sides of the display are bowed
towards the left or right.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Geometry screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select Pinbalance.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Pinbalance adjustment screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to adjust the Pinbalance setting.
O n -Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Sidepin Corner
Adjust the sidepin corner correction when the sides of the display are
bowed in or bowed out; adjust the side pin corner correction when
the top or bottom of the display is too large or small.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Geometry screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select SidePin Corner.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the SidePin Corner adjustment
screen.
4 Use the
or
buttons to adjust the SidePin Corner correction.
Color1
sRGB
Color temperature is a measure of the 'warmth' of the image colors.
The available range is between 5000 to 9300K. Follow these steps to
change the color temperature and adjust individual R,G,B color control.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Color screen is displayed. Use
the
button or
button to select Color1.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Color1 adjustment screen.
4 Adjust the color temperature as close to the desired temperature as
possible using only the
and
buttons. To fine tune the color hue,
use the
or
button to select R(ed), G(reen) or B(lue), then use the
and
buttons until you reach the desired color.
O n -Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Color2
sRGB
Color temperature is a measure of the 'warmth' of the image colors.
The available range is between 5000 to 9300K. Follow these steps to
change the color temperature and adjust individual R,G,B color control.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Color screen is displayed. Use
the
button or
button to select Color2.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Color2 adjustment screen.
4 Adjust the color temperature as close to the desired temperature as
possible using only the
and
buttons. To fine tune the color
hue,use the
or
button to select R(ed), G(reen) or B(lue), then use
the
and
buttons until you reach the desired color.
sRGB
sRGB
When you adjust the Brightness and Contrast after sRGB mode is selected, sRGB mode exits. sRGB mode works in Digital input.change
the color temperature and adjust individual R,G,B color control.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Color screen is displayed.
Push the
and
button to select Color1, Color2 or sRGB.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Clear Moire
v
A 'moire' pattern can appear on your screen, looking like a series of
concentric circles or arcs. To eliminate this pattern, use the clear moire
adjustments.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Screen OSD is displayed.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Clear Moire adjustment
screen.
Use the
button or
button to adjust horizontal moire; use the
button or
button to adjust vertical moire.
Linearity
v
Adjust the linearity setting when the display image is compressed at
the left,right or top,bottom.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Screen OSD is displayed. Push
the
button or
button to select Linearity.
3 Push the Menu(
) buttonto open the Linearity adjustment screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to adjust the vertical Linearity.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Focus
Use the focus control when the image displayed on the screen is not
sharp in all areas.
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1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Screen OSD is displayed. Push
the
button or
button to select Focus.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Focus adjustment screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to adjust the focus along the left and right
areas of the screen. Use the
button or
button to adjust the center
area of the screen.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Degauss
The Degauss feature will remove color impurities caused by magnetic fields. Do
not use the Degauss feature more than once within a 30-minute period.
Note: The monitor may buzz momentarily, the image colors may change and the
image will jiggle for a few seconds. These effects are normal.
1
2
3
4
Push the Menu(
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button until the Advanced screen is displayed.
Push the Menu(
) button to execute the degauss function.
The degaussing screen will appear. After a few seconds, the degauss
main menu will return.
Recall
Use the recall feature to reset these monitor settings to their original levels:
Position, Size, Pincushion, Trapezoid, Parallelogram, Pinbalance, Rotation,
Clear Moire.
Note: If you have selected "Yes", all settings listed above will be reset. All other
settings will remain the same.
1
2
3
4
Push the Menu(
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button until the Advanced screen is displayed.
Push the ▲ button or ▼ button to select Recall.
Push the Menu(
) button to open the recall selection screen.
Push the ◀ button to select YES.
If you don't want to reset the monitor,use the ▶ button to select NO.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Video Input Level
Some video cards use video signals higher than 1.0V which causes the display to
be very bright.
For those video cards, use this feature to select the 1.0 V Level.
1
2
3
4
Push the Menu (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button until the Advanced screen is displayed.
Push the ▲ button or ▼ button to select Video Input Level.
Push the Menu (
) button to open the Video Input Level
selection screen.
Use the ◀ or ▶ buttons to select 0.7 V or 1.0 V.
Sync. Input Type(Option)
Use this menu to set your monitor to the correct type of synchronization. Select
'Separate' if the computer is sending a separate synchronization signal. Select
'Sync. on Green' if the computer expects the monitor to synchronize with the
green signal it sends. Refer to your computer or video card user's manual to
determine the correct setting.
1
2
3
4
Push the Menu (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button until the Advanced screen is displayed.
Push the ▲ button or ▼ button to select Sync. Input Type.
Push the Menu (
) button to open the Sync. Input Type
selection screen.
Use the ▲ button or ▼ button to select Separate or Sync. on Green.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
D-SUB/BNC(Option)
Use this menu to choose between the signal source connected to the BNC
connector input and the signal source connected to the D-SUB connector input.
Note: When you are finished, wait for a few seconds and the screen will blank
then display the image from the new signal source(other computer).
A cable must be connected to both inputs to use this function.
1
2
3
4
Push the Menu (
) button.
Push the ◀ button or ▶ button until the Advanced screen is displayed.
Push the ▲ button or ▼ button to select D-SUB/BNC.
Push the Menu (
) button to open the D-SUB/BNC selection screen.
Use the ◀ button or ▶ button to select D-SUB or BNC.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Display timing
You can see the frequency (user control mode) used by the user, the
polarity of the operational signals, the default frequency (default
mode) set when you buy the monitor and the resolution level.
Note: These screens do not allow any changes to the settings, they
are for information only.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Menu screen is displayed.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Display Timing adjustment
screen.
4 Use the
button to see the user control mode and the default mode.
Menu Position
You can change the position where the OSD menu appears on your
monitor.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Menu screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select Menu Position.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Menu Position adjustment
screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to place the menu in the position
you prefer.
On-Screen Display
Menu
How to adjust
Menu Duration
The menu will automatically turn off if no adjustments are made for a
certain time period. You can set the amount of time the menu will wait
before it turns off.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Menu screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select Menu Duration.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Menu Duration selection
screen.
4 Use the
or
buttons to select 3, 7, 10, 20 or 50 seconds. 10 seconds is the default value.
Languages
Follow these steps to change the language used in the menu. You can
choose one of ten languages. English, German,French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Russian, Polish ,or Magyar. (Some OSD
languages may not appear in some areas.) The language chosen affects only the language of the OSD. It has no effect on
any software running on the computer.
1 Push the Menu(
) button.
2 Push the
button or
button until the Menu screen is displayed.
Push the
button or
button to select Languages.
3 Push the Menu(
) button to open the Languages selection screen.
4 Use the
button or
button to select the language you would like to
use.
Main > Troubleshooting > Check List
Before calling for service, check the information in this section to see if you can remedy any
problems yourself. If you do need assistance, please call the phone number on the warranty
card, the phone number on the Information section or contact your dealer.
Check List
Q&A
Self-Test Feature
Check
Symptom
No images on the
screen. I cannot turn
on the monitor.
Check List
Solutions
Is the power cord connected
properly?
Check the power cord connection
and supply.
Can you see "No Connection,
Check Signal Cable" on the
screen?
Check the signal cable connection.
If the power is on, reboot the
computer to see the initial
screen(the login screen), which
can be seen.
If the initial screen (the login screen)
appears, boot the computer in the
applicable mode (the safe mode for
Windows ME/XP/2000) and then
change the frequency of the video
card.
(Refer to the Preset Timing Modes)
Note: If the initial screen (the login
screen) does not appear, contact a
service center or your dealer.
Can you see "Sync. Out of
Range" on the screen?
You can see this message when the
signal from the video card exceeds
the maximum resolution and
frequency that the monitor can
properly handle.
Adjust the maximum resolution and
frequency that the monitor can
properly handle.
There is no image on the
screen. Is the power indicator
on the monitor blinking at 1
second intervals?
The monitor is in PowerSaver mode.
I cannot see the On
Screen Display.
Have you locked the On Screen
Display (OSD) Menu to prevent
changes?
Unlock the OSD by pressing the
MENU button for at least 10
seconds.
The image on the
screen is shaking.
Check the monitor configuration
to see if it is in Interlace Mode.
(Interlace Mode: Vertical
frequency 43Hz, 87Hz(i), etc)
The signal from the video card
exceeds the maximum resolution and
frequency of the monitor.
Are there any magnetic
products such as a power
adapter, speaker or a high
voltage wire near by?
Move the monitor away from
anything that can create a strong
magnetic field.
Is the voltage stable?
The screen image can appear to
shake or vibrate at a particular time
of day due to low supply voltage.
Press a key on the keyboard or move
the mouse to activate the monitor
and restore the image on the screen.
The screen image can also appear to shake or vibrate if there is a
problem with the video card or the computer's main board.
The screen shows
strange colors or
just black and white.
The screen
suddenly has
become
unbalanced.
Is the screen displaying only
one color as if looking at the
screen through a cellophane
paper?
Check the signal cable connection.
Have the screen colors become
strange after running a program
or due to a crash between
applications?
Reboot the computer.
Has the video card been set
properly?
Set the video card by referring to the
video card manual.
Have you changed the video
card or the driver?
Adjust screen image position and
size using the OSD.
Have you adjusted the
resolution or frequency to the
monitor?
Adjust the resolution and frequency
at the video card.
(Refer to the Preset Timing Modes).
Make sure the video card is fully
inserted in it's slot.
The screen can be unbalanced due to the cycle of the video card
signals. Readjust Position by referring to the OSD.
The screen is out of
focus or OSD
cannot be adjusted.
Have you adjusted the
resolution or frequency on the
monitor?
Adjust the resolution and frequency
of the video card.
(Refer to the Preset Timing Modes).
The screen is
partially distorted.
Are there any magnetic
products such as an adapter,
speaker or a high voltage wire
near the monitor?
Enter the OSD and perform a
"Degauss".
Is the frequency properly
adjusted when checking the
Display Timing on the menu?
Adjust the frequency properly by
referring to the video card manual
and the Preset Timing Modes.
LED is blinking but
no images on the
screen.
Keep the monitor away from any
magnetic products.
(The maximum frequency per
resolution may differ from product to
product.)
There are only 16
colors shown on the
screen. The screen
colors have
changed after
changing the video
card.
Have the Windows colors been
set properly?
For Windows ME/XP/2000:
Set the colors properly at the
Control Panel, Display, Settings.
Has the video card been set
properly?
Set the video card by referring to the
video card manual.
There is a message
that reads
"Unrecognized
monitor, Plug & Play
(VESA DDC) monitor
found".
Have you installed the monitor
driver?
Install the monitor driver according to
the Driver Installation Instructions.
See the video card manual to
see if the Plug & Play (VESA
DDC) function can be
supported.
Install the monitor driver according to
the Driver Installation Instructions.
Check the following items if there is trouble with the monitor.
1. Check if the power cord and the cable are properly connected to the computer.
2. Check if the computer beeps more than 3 times when booting.
(If it does, request an after-service for the main board of the computer.)
3. If you installed a new video card or if you assembled the PC, check if the installed the adapter
(video) driver and the monitor driver.
4. Check if the scanning ratio of the video screen is set at 75Hz or 85Hz.
(Do not exceed 60Hz when using the maximum resolution.)
See the manual driver installation instructions (Fig. 4).
5. If you have problems in installing the adapter (video) driver, boot the computer in Safe Mode,
remove the Display Adapter at the "Control Panel, System, Device Administrator" and then
reboot the computer to reinstall the adapter (video) driver.
Tips for Highlight Zone
1. To protect CDT against the screen brightness, the Highlight Zone function persists for three
hours and then automatically stops. So please reset it to continue.
2. Once the Highlight Zone has been switched off, you can't select any of the other menus within
the Hightlight Zone.
3. When the Highlight Zone function is operated, the surrounding brightness of screen may
become dark.
4. Depending on the video card you use, a color saturation phenomenon may occur in the
Highlight Zone. In this case, slightly lower the contrast of the Highlight Zone and the color
saturation will be reduced.
Note: If problems repeatedly occur, contact an authorized service center.
Question
How can I change the frequency?
Check List
Q&A
Answer
Frequency can be changed by reconfiguring the video
card.
Note that video card support can vary, depending on the
version of the driver used.
(Refer to the computer or the video card manual for
details.)
Self-Test Feature
Check
How can I adjust the resolution?
Windows ME/XP/2000: Set the resolution at the Control
Panel, Display, Settings .
* Contact the video card manufacturer for details.
How can I set the Power Saving
function?
Windows ME/XP/2000: Set the function at BIOS-SETUP
of the computer or the screen saver. (Refer to
Windows/Computer Manual).
The monitor makes a sound when it
is turned on.
This is normal as some sound may be generated when
the metal case and the electromagnet, which are installed
to block any electromagnetic waves, interact with each
other.
How can I clean the outer
case/Picture tube?
Disconnect the power cord and then clean the monitor
with a soft cloth, using either a cleaning solution or plain
water.
Do not leave any remains of the detergent nor scratch the
case. Do not allow any water to go inside the monitor.
Main > Troubleshooting > Self-Test Feature Check
Self-Test Feature Check
Check List
| Warning Messages | Environment | Useful Tips
Your monitor provides a self test feature that allows you to check whether your monitor is
functioning properly.
Q&A
Self-Test
Feature Check
1. Turn off both your computer and the monitor.
2. Unplug the video cable from the back of the computer.
3. Turn on the monitor.
If your monitor works normally, the following screen appears.
Failure of any of the boxes to appear indicates a problem with your monitor. This box
also appears during normal operation if the video cable becomes disconnected or
damaged.
4. Turn off your monitor and reconnect the video cable; then turn on both your computer and the
monitor.
If your monitor screen remains blank after using the previous procedure, check your
video controller and computer system; your monitor is functioning properly.
If there is something wrong with the input signal, a message appears on the screen or
the screen goes blank although the power indicator LED is still on. The message may
indicate that the monitor is out of scan range or that you need to check the signal cable.
The location and the position of the monitor may influence the quality and other
features of the monitor.
1. If there are any woofer speakers near the monitor, unplug and relocate the woofer to another
room.
2. Remove all electronic devices such as radios, fans, clocks and telephones that are within 3
feet (one meter) of the monitor.
3. Run the despeckling function again after moving your device.
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A monitor recreates visual signals received from the PC. Therefore, if there is trouble with the
PC or the video card, this can cause the monitor to become blank, have poor coloring, noise,
Sync. Out of Range, etc. In this case, first check the source of the problem, and then contact
a service center or your dealer.
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Judging the monitor's working condition
If there is no image on the screen or an "Sync. Out of Range" message comes up, disconnect
the cable from the computer while the monitor is still powered on.
¡ If there is a message coming up on the screen or if the screen goes white, this means
the monitor is in working condition.
¡ In this case, check the computer for trouble.
General
Model Name
General
PowerSaver
Preset Timing
Modes
SyncMaster 757MB
Picture Tube
Type
17"(43cm) MagicBright™ (40.6cm viewable)
Deflection angle
90 °
Dot Pitch
0.20mm (Horizontal)
Screen type
Aluminized tri-color phosphor dot trio with black matrix.
Anti-doming invar shadow mask.
Multi-layer coated with anti-static
Maximum Resolution
1600 Dots, 1200 Lines
Active Display
Horizontal
312 ± 4 mm
Vertical
234 ± 4 mm
Synchronization
Horizontal
30 ~ 96 kHz
Vertical
50 ~ 160 Hz
Input Signal Definition
Video Signal
RGB, Analog 0.7 Vpp positive at 75 ohms
Sync Signal
Separate H/V sync, TTL level, positive or negative
Display Color
Unlimited
Maximum Pixel Clock
250 MHz
Power Supply
90 ~ 264VAC rms, 60/50 Hz ± 3Hz
Power Consumption
95W (Maximum), 80W (Nominal)
Dimensions (WxDxH)
398 x 412 x 412 mm (with Stand)
Weight
17.0 kg
Environmental considerations
Operating
Temperature: 32°F ~ 104°F(0°C ~ 40°C)
Humidity: 10% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Storage
Temperature: -4°F ~113°F (-20°C ~ 45°C)
Humidity: 5% ~ 95%, non-condensing
Plug and Play Capability
This monitor can be installed on any Plug & Play compatible system. Interaction of the monitor and
computer systems will provide the best operating conditions and monitor settings. In most cases,
monitor installation will proceed automatically, unless the user wishes to select alternate settings.
Note: Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
Main > Specifications > General
General
Model Name
General
PowerSaver
Preset Timing
Modes
SyncMaster 957MB
Picture Tube
Type
19"(43cm) MagicBright™ (45.8cm viewable)
Deflection angle
90 °
Dot Pitch
0.20mm (Horizontal)
Screen type
Aluminized tri-color phosphor dot trio with black matrix.
Anti-doming invar shadow mask.
Multi-layer coated with anti-static
Maximum Resolution
1920 Dots, 1440 Lines
Active Display
Horizontal
352 ± 3 mm
Vertical
264 ± 3 mm
Synchronization
Horizontal
30 ~ 96 kHz
Vertical
50 ~ 160 Hz
Input Signal Definition
Video Signal
RGB, Analog 0.7 Vpp positive at 75 ohms
Sync Signal
Separate H/V sync, TTL level, positive or negative
Display Color
Unlimited
Maximum Pixel Clock
250 MHz
Power Supply
90 ~ 264VAC rms, 60/50 Hz ± 3Hz
Power Consumption
110W (Maximum), 100W (Nominal)
Dimensions (WxDxH)
440 x 460 x 461mm (with Stand)
Weight
21.0 kg
Environmental considerations
Operating
Temperature: 32°F ~ 104°F(0°C ~ 40°C)
Humidity: 10% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Storage
Temperature: -4°F ~113°F (-20°C ~ 45°C)
Humidity: 5% ~ 95%, non-condensing
Plug and Play Capability
This monitor can be installed on any Plug & Play compatible system. Interaction of the monitor and
computer systems will provide the best operating conditions and monitor settings. In most cases,
monitor installation will proceed automatically, unless the user wishes to select alternate settings.
Multimedia Speaker Stand
Out Power Continuous
(RMS)
3.0 Watt at 10% THD
S/N(;Signal to Noise) Ratio
55dB
Input Level
500mV
Frequency Response
180Hz ~ 20,000Hz
Power Supply
DC (Adapter) 12V / 1A
Note: Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
SyncMaster 757MB
General
PowerSaver
Preset Timing
Modes
This monitor has a built-in power management system called PowerSaver. This system saves
energy by switching your monitor into a low-power mode when it has not been used for a certain
amount of time. The monitor automatically returns to normal operation when you move the
computer's mouse or press a key on the keyboard. For energy conservation, turn your monitor OFF
when it is not needed, or when leaving it unattended for long periods. The PowerSaver system
operates with a VESA DPMS compliant video card installed in your computer. Use a software utility
installed on your computer to set up this feature.
State
Normal Operation
Power-off Mode EPA/ENERGY
2000
Power Indicator
Green
Green, Blinking
Power Consumption
80W(Nominal)
95W(Maximum)
Less than 2W
This monitor is EPA ENERGY STAR® compliant and ENERGY2000 compliant when
used with a computer equipped with VESA DPMS functionality.
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, SAMSUNG has determined that this product meets
the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
SyncMaster 957MB
Main > Specifications > PowerSaver
General
PowerSaver
Preset Timing
Modes
This monitor has a built-in power management system called PowerSaver. This system saves
energy by switching your monitor into a low-power mode when it has not been used for a certain
amount of time. The monitor automatically returns to normal operation when you move the
computer's mouse or press a key on the keyboard. For energy conservation, turn your monitor OFF
when it is not needed, or when leaving it unattended for long periods. The PowerSaver system
operates with a VESA DPMS compliant video card installed in your computer. Use a software utility
installed on your computer to set up this feature.
State
Normal Operation
Power-off Mode EPA/ENERGY
2000
Power Indicator
Green
Green, Blinking
Power Consumption
100W(Nominal)
110W(Maximum)
Less than 2W
This monitor is EPA ENERGY STAR® compliant and ENERGY2000 compliant
when used with a computer equipped with VESA DPMS functionality.
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, SAMSUNG has determined that this product
meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
SyncMaster 757MB
Main > Specifications > Preset Timing Modes
If the signal transferred from the computer is the same as the following Preset Timing Modes, the
screen will be adjusted automatically. However, if the signal differs, the screen may go blank while
the power LED is on. Refer to the video card manual and adjust the screen as follows.
General
Table 1. Preset Timing Modes
Horizontal
Frequency
(kHz)
Vertical
Frequency
(Hz)
Pixel Clock
(MHz)
Sync Polarity
(H/V)
IBM, 640 x 480
31.469
59.940
25.175
-/-
IBM, 720 x 400
31.469
70.087
28.322
-/+
VESA, 640 x 480
43.269
85.008
36.000
-/-
VESA, 800 x 600
53.674
85.061
56.250
-/-
VESA, 1024 x 768
68.677
84.997
94.500
+/+
VESA, 1280 x 1024
79.976
75.025
135.00
+/+
VESA, 1280 x 1024
91.146
85.024
157.50
+/+
VESA, 1600 x 1200
93.750
75.000
202.50
+/+
PowerSaver
Preset Timing
Modes
Display Mode
Horizontal Frequency
The time to scan one line connecting the right edge to the left edge of the
screen horizontally is called Horizontal Cycle and the inverse number of
the Horizontal Cycle is called Horizontal Frequency. Unit: kHz
Vertical Frequency
Like a fluorescent lamp, the screen has to repeat the same image many
times per second to display an image to the user. The frequency of this
repetition is called Vertical Frequency or Refresh Rate. Unit: Hz
SyncMaster 957MB
Main > Specifications > Preset Timing Modes
If the signal transferred from the computer is the same as the following Preset Timing Modes, the
screen will be adjusted automatically. However, if the signal differs, the screen may go blank while
the power LED is on. Refer to the video card manual and adjust the screen as follows.
General
Table 1. Preset Timing Modes
Horizontal
Frequency
(kHz)
Vertical
Frequency
(Hz)
Pixel Clock
(MHz)
Sync Polarity
(H/V)
IBM, 640 x 480
31.469
59.940
25.175
-/-
IBM, 720 x 400
31.469
70.087
28.322
-/+
VESA, 640 x 480
43.269
85.008
36.000
-/-
VESA, 800 x 600
53.674
85.061
56.250
-/-
VESA, 1024 x 768
68.677
84.997
94.500
+/+
VESA, 1280 x 1024
79.976
75.025
135.00
+/+
VESA, 1280 x 1024
91.146
85.024
157.50
+/+
VESA, 1600 x 1200
93.750
75.000
202.50
+/+
PowerSaver
Preset Timing
Modes
Display Mode
Horizontal Frequency
The time to scan one line connecting the right edge to the left edge of the
screen horizontally is called Horizontal Cycle and the inverse number of
the Horizontal Cycle is called Horizontal Frequency. Unit: kHz
Vertical Frequency
Like a fluorescent lamp, the screen has to repeat the same image many
times per second to display an image to the user. The frequency of this
repetition is called Vertical Frequency or Refresh Rate. Unit: Hz
Service
Terms
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U.S.A. :
Samsung Computer Products Customer Service
400 Valley Road, Suite 201, Mt. Arlington, NJ 07856
Tel. : (973)601-6000, 1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
Fax. : (973)601-6001
http://samsungusa.com/monitor/
BRAZIL :
Samsung Eletronica da Amazonia Ltda.
R. Prof. Manoelito de Ornellas, 303, Terro B
Chacara Sto. Antonio, CEP : 04719-040
Sao Paulo, SP
SAC : 0800 124 421
http://www.samsung.com.br/
CANADA :
Samsung Electronics Canada Inc.
7037 Financial Drive
Mississauga, Ontario L5N 6R3
Tel. : 1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
Fax. : (905) 542-1199
http://www.samsung.ca/
COLOMBIA :
Samsung Electronics Colombia
Cra 9 No 99A-02 Of. 106
Bogota, Colombia
Tel.: 9-800-112-112
Fax: (571) 618 - 2068
http://www.samsung-latin.com/
e-mail : soporte@samsung-latin.com
PANAMA :
Samsung Electronics Latinoamerica( Z.L.) S.A.
Calle 50 Edificio Plaza Credicorp, Planta Baja
Panama
Tel. : (507) 210-1122, 210-1133
Tel : 800-3278(FAST)
http://www.samsung-latin.com/
PERU
Servicio Integral Samsung
Av.Argentina 1790 Lima1. Peru
Tel: 51-1-336-8686
Fax: 51-1-336-8551
http://www.samsungperu.com/
GERMANY :
TELEPLAN Rhein-Main GmbH
Feldstr. 16
64331 Weiterstadt
T. 06151/957-1306
F. 06151/957-1732
* EURO 0,12/MIN.
http://www.samsung.de/
AUSTRALIA :
Samsung Electronics Australia Pty Ltd.
Customer Response Centre
7 Parkview Drive, Homebush Bay NSW 2127
Tel : 1300 362 603
http://www.samsung.com.au/
ITALY :
Samsung Electronics Italia S.p.a.
Via C. Donat Cattin, 5
20063 Cernusco s/Naviglio (MI)
Servizio Clienti: 199.153.153
http://www.samsung-italia.com/
ESPAÑA :
Samsung
Electronics
S.A.
S
El t i Comercial
C
i l Iberica,
Ib i
SA
Ciencies, 55-65 (Poligono Pedrosa) 08908
Hospitalet de Llobregat (Barcelona)
Tel. : (93) 261 67 00
Fax. : (93) 261 67 50
http://samsung.es/
United Kingdom :
Samsung Electronics (UK) Ltd.
Samsung House, 225 Hook Rise South
Surbiton, Surrey KT6 7LD
Tel. : (0208) 391 0168
Fax. : (0208) 397 9949
< European Service Center & National Service >
Stafford Park 12 Telford, Shropshire, TF3 3BJ
Tel. : (0870) 242 0303
Fax. : (01952) 292 033
http://samsungservice.co.uk/
THAILAND :
HAI SAMSUNG SERVICE CENTER
MPA COMPLEX BUILDING,1st-2nd Floor
175 SOI SUEKSA VIDHAYA SATHON SOI 12
SILOM ROAD ,SILOM,BANGRAK
BANGKOK 10500
TEL : 0-2635-2567
FAX : 0-2635-2556
SOUTH AFRICA :
Samsung Electronics,5 Libertas Road, Somerset Office Park,
Bryanston Ext 16. Po Box 70006, Bryanston,2021, South Africa
Tel : 0027-11-549-1621
Fax : 0027-11-549-1629
http://www.samsung.co.za/
UKRAINE :
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE IN UKRAINE
4 Glybochitska str.
Kiev, Ukraine
Tel. 8-044-4906878
Fax 8-044-4906887
Toll-free 8-800-502-0000
http://www.samsung.com.ua/
SWEDEN/DENMARK/NORWAY/FINLAND :
Samsung Electronics AB
Box 713
S-194 27 UPPLANDS VÄSBY
SVERIGE
Besöksadress : Johanneslundsvägen 4
Samsung support Sverige: 020-46 46 46
Samsung support Danmark : 8088-4646
Samsung support Norge: 8001-1800
Samsung support Finland: 0800-118001
Tel +46 8 590 966 00
Fax +46 8 590 966 50
http://www.samsung.se/
HUNGARY :
Samsung Electronics Magyar Rt.
1039, Budapest, Lehel u. 15-17.
Tel: 36 1 453 1100
Fax: 36 1 453 1101
http://www.samsung.hu/
FRANCE :
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS FRANCE Service
Paris Nord 2
66 rue des Vanesses
BP 50116 Villepinte
95950 Roissy CDG Cedex
Tel : 08 25 08 65 65
Fax : 01 48 63 06 38
http://www.samsungservices.com/
PORTUGAL :
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICA PORTUGUESA S.A.
Rua Mário Dioniso, No2 - 1º Drt. 2795-140 LINDA-A-VELHA
Tel. 214 148 114/100 Fax. 214 148 133/128
Free Line 800 220 120
http://www
samsung pt/
http://www.samsung.pt/
NETHERLANDS/BELGIUM/LUXEMBOURG :
Samsung Electronics Benelux B. V.
Fleminglaan 12 2289 CP Rijiswijk, NEDERLANDS
Service and informatielijn ;
Belgium :0800-95214, http://www.samsung.be/
Netherlands : 0800-2295214, http://www.samsung.nl/
CHILE :
SONDA S.A.
Teatinos 550, Santiago Centro, Santiago, Chile
Fono: 56-2-5605000 Fax: 56-2-5605353
56-2-800200211
http://www.sonda.com/
http://www.samsung.cl/
MEXICO :
Samsung Electronics Mexico S.A. de C.V.
Saturno 44 Col. Nueva Industrial Vallejo
Del. Gustavo A. Madero C.P. 07700
Mexico D.F.
Tel. 01 57 47 51 00
Fax. 01 57 47 52 02
RFC: SEM950215S98
http://www.samsung.com.mx/
IMPORTADO POR: SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS MEXICO S.A. DE C.V.
SATURNO 44 COL. NVA. INDUSTRIAL VALLEJO
DEL. GUSTAVO A. MADERO C.P. 07700
MEXICO D.F. TEL. 5747-5100
RFC: SEM950215S98
EXPORTADO POR: SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD.
JOONG-ANG DAILY NEWS BLDG.
7 SOON-WHA-DONG CHUNG-KU,
C.P.O BOX 2775, 1144 SEOUL, KOREA
Dot Pitch
Service
The image on a monitor is composed of red, green and blue dots. The closer the dots, the
higher the resolution. The distance between two dots of the same color is called the 'Dot Pitch'.
Unit: mm
Terms
Vertical Frequency
Regulatory
The screen must be redrawn several times per second in order to create and display an image
for the user. The frequency of this repetition per second is called Vertical Frequency or Refresh
Rate. Unit: Hz
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Example: If the same light repeats itself 60 times per second, this is regarded as 60 Hz. In this
case, flickering of the screen can be detected. To avoid this problem, there is a
Flicker-free Mode using a vertical frequency over 70 Hz.
Horizontal Frequency
The time to scan one line connecting the right edge to the left edge of the screen horizontally is
called Horizontal Cycle. The inverse number of the Horizontal Cycle is called Horizontal
Frequency. Unit: kHz
Interlace and Non-Interlace Methods
Showing the horizontal lines of the screen from the top to the bottom in order is called the NonInterlace method while showing odd lines and then even lines in turn is called the Interlace
method. The Non-Interlace method is used for the majority of monitors to ensure a clear image.
The Interlace method is the same as that used in TVs.
Plug & Play
This is a function that provides the best quality screen for the user by allowing the computer and
the monitor to exchange information automatically. This monitor follows the international
standard VESA DDC for the Plug & Play function.
Resolution
The number of horizontal and vertical dots used to compose the screen image is called
'resolution'. This number shows the accuracy of the display. High resolution is good for
performing multiple tasks as more image information can be shown on the screen.
Example: If the resolution is 1024 X 768, this means the screen is composed of 1024
horizontal dots (horizontal resolution) and 768 vertical lines (vertical resolution).
Highlight Zone II
The Highlight Zone ensures the clear and sharp display of animated multimedia or photo
images by enhancing the brightness of a certain area on the screen.
Highlight Zone II features a combination of the circuitry and the program built on the proprietary
technology of SEC.
This offers an easy-to-use interface that highlights the video-playing portion of your multimedia
program by automatically detecting and highlight the desired area by dragging.
MagicBright™
MagicBright refers to a new monitor feature that offers screen display quality twice as bright and
clear than that of existing monitors. It provides display brightness and resolution most
appropriate for viewing text, Internet or multimedia animations to satisfy varying user
requirements. The user may easily select one of three pre-configured brightness and resolution
options by simply pressing one of the MagicBright control buttons located on the monitor's front.
MouScreen™ S/W
MouScreen is a software program that controls the condition of the monitor by using the USB
communications. It uses a mouse to control all the functions. You can select items or sub
functions by clicking the left button on the mouse.
USB(Universal Serial Bus)
USB is a connectivity specification for attaching peripherals to computers and is designed to
meet Microsoft Plug and Play specification.
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FCC Information
User Instructions
The Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement includes the
following warning:
Note: 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 receptions, 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:
z Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
z Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
z Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
z Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
User Information
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user's authority to operate the equipment. If necessary, consult your dealer or an
experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions. You may find the booklet called
How to Identify and Resolve Radio/TV Interference Problems helpful. This booklet was prepared
by the Federal Communications Commission. It is available from the U.S. Government Printing
Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock Number 004-000-00345-4.
The party responsible for product compliance:
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD
America QA Lab of Samsung
3351 Michelson Drive,
Suite #290, Irvine, CA92612 USA
Tel) 949-975-7310
Fax) 949-922-8301
Warning
User must use shielded signal interface cables to maintain FCC compliance for the product.
Provided with this monitor is a detachable power supply cord with IEC320 style terminations. It
may be suitable for connection to any UL Listed personal computer with similar configuration.
Before making the connection, make sure the voltage rating of the computer convenience outlet is
the same as the monitor and that the ampere rating of the computer convenience outlet is equal to
or exceeds the monitor voltage rating.
For 120 Volt applications, use only UL Listed detachable power cord with NEMA configuration 515P type (parallel blades) plug cap. For 240 Volt applications use only UL Listed Detachable
power supply cord with NEMA configuration 6-15P type (tandem blades) plug cap.
IC Compliance Notice
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations of ICES-003.
Cet appareil Numérique de classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlemont NMB-03 sur les
équipements produisant des interférences au Canada.
MPR II Compliance
This monitor complies with SWEDAC(MPR II) recommendations for reduced electric and
magnetic fields.
European Notice (Europe only)
Products with the CE Marking comply with both the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC), (92/31/EEC),
(93/68/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the
European Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European Norms:
z EN55022:1998+A1:2000 - Radio Frequency Interference
z EN55024:1998 - Electromagnetic Immunity
z EN61000-3-2:1995+A1/A2:1998 - Power Line Harmonics
z EN61000-3-3:1995 - Voltage Fluctuations
PCT Notice
VCCI
This is a Class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference
by Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this is used near a radio or television receiver in
a domestic environment, it may cause radio interference. Install and use the equipment according
to the instruction manual.
TCO'95-Ecological requirements for personal computers (TCO'95 applied model only)
AB general requirements
AB2 Written Eco-document acompanying the products
Congratulations! You have just purchased a TCO'95 approved and labelled product! Your choice
has provided you with a product developed for professional use. Your purchase has also
contributed to reducing the burden on the environment and to the further development of
environmentally-adapted electronic products.
Why do we have environmentally-labelled monitors?
In many countries, environmental labelling has become an established method for encouraging
the adaptation of goods and services to the environment.The main problem as far as monitors and
other electronic equipment are concerned is that environmentally harmful substances are used
both in the products and during their manufacture. Since it has not been possible so far for the
majority of electronic equipment to be recycled in a satisfactory way, most of these potentially
damaging substances sooner or later enter Nature.
There are also other characteristics of a monitor, such as energy consumption levels, that are
important from both the working and natural environment viewpoints. Since all types of
conventional electricity generation have a negative effect on the environment (acidic and climateinfluencing emissions, radioactive waste, etc.) it is vital to conserve energy. Electronic equipment
in offices consumes an enormous amount of energy, since it is often routinely left running
continuously.
What does labelling involve?
This product meets the requirements for the TCO'95 scheme, which provides for international
environmental labelling of monitors. The labelling scheme was developed as a joint effort by the
TCO (The Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees), Naturskyddsforeningen (The
Swedish Society for Nature Conservation) and NUTEK (The National Board for Industrial and
Technical Development in Sweden).
The requirements cover a wide range of issues: environment, ergonomics, usability, emission of
electrical and magnetic fields, energy consumption and electrical and fire safety.
The environmental demands concern among other things restrictions on the presence and use of
heavy metals, brominated and chlorinated flame retardants, CFCs (freons), and chlorinated
solvents. The product must be prepared for recycling and the manufacturer is obliged to have an
environmental plan, which must be adhered to in each country where the company conducts its
operations policy. The energy requirements include a demand that the monitor after a certain
period of inactivity shall reduce its power consumption to a lower level, in one or more stages. The
length of time to reactivate the monitor shall be reasonable for the user.
Labelled products must meet strict environmental demands, for example in respect of the
reduction of electric and magnetic fields, along with physical and visual ergonomics and good
usability.
TCO Development Unit 1996-11-29
On the page this folder you will find a brief summary of the environmental requirements met by
this product.
The complere environmental criteria document may be ordered from:
TCO Development Unit
S-11494 Stockholm
Sweden
Fax: +46 8 782 92 07
E-mail (Internet): development@tco.se
Current information regarding TCO'95-approved and labelled products may also
be obtained via the Internet, using the address:
http://www.tco-info.com/
TCO'95 is a co-operative project between(3 logos)
Environmental Requirements
Brominated flame retardants are present in printed circuit boards, cables, wires, casings and
housings. In turn, they delay the spread of fire. Up to thirty percent of the plastic in a computer
casing can consist of flame retardant substances. These are related to another group of
environmental toxins, PCBs, which are suspected to give rise to similar harm, including
reproductive damage in fish eating birds and mammals, due to the bioaccumulative processes.
Flame retardants have been found in human blood and researchers fear that disturbances in
foetus development may occur.
z TCO'95 demand requires that plastic components weighing more than 25 grams must not
contain organically bound chlorine and bromine.
Lead
Lead can be found in picture tubes, display screens, solders and capacitors. Lead damages the
nervous system and in higher doses, causes lead poisoning.
TCO'95 requirement Permits the inclusion of lead since no replacement has yet been
developed.
z
Cadmium
Cadmium is present in rechargeable batteries and in the colour generating layers of certain
computer displays. Cadmium damages the nervous system and is toxic in high doses.
TCO'95 requirement states that batteries may not contain more than 25 ppm (parts per million)
of cadmium. The colour-generating layers of display screens must not contain any cadmium.
z
Mercury
Mercury is sometimes found in batteries, relays and switches. Mercury damages the nervous
system and is toxic in high doses.
TCO'95 requirement states that batteries may not contain more than 25 ppm (parts per million)
of mercury. It also demands that no mercury is present in any of the electrical or electronics
components concerned with the display unit.
z
CFCs (freons)
CFCs (freons) are sometimes used for washing printed circuit boards and in the manufacturing of
expanded foam for packaging. CFCs break down ozone and thereby damage the ozone layer in
the stratosphere, causing increased reception on Earth of ultraviolet light with consequent
increased risks of skin cancer (malignant melanoma).
The relevant TCO'95 requirement: Neither CFCs nor HCFCs may be used during the
manufacturing of the product or its packaging.
z
TCO'99-Ecological requirements for personal computers (TCO'99 applied model only)
Congratulations!
You have just purchased a TCO'99 approved and labelled product! Your choice has provided you
with a product developed for professional use. Your purchase has also contributed to reducing the
burden on the environment and also to the further development of environmentally adapted
electronics products.
This product meets the requirements for the TCO'99 scheme which provides for an international
environmental and quality labelling labelling of personal computers. The labelling scheme was
developed as a joint effort by the TCO(The Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees),
Svenska Naturskyddsforeningen(The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation), Statens
Energimyndighet(The Swedish National Energy Administration) and SEMKO AB.
The requirements cover a wide range of issuse: environment, ergonomics, usability, reduction of
electric and magnetic fields, energy consumption and electrical safety.
Why do we have environmentally labelled computers?
In many countries, environmental labelling has become an established method for encouraging
the adaptation of goods and services to the environment. The main problem, as far as computers
and other electronics equipment are concerned, is that environmentally harmful substances are
used both in the products and during their manufacture. Since it is not so far possible to
satisfactorily recycle the majority of electronics equipment, most of these potentially damaging
substances sooner or later enter nature.
There are also other characteristics of a computer, such as energy consumption levels, that are
important from the viewpoints of both the work (internal) and natural (external) environments.
Since all methods of electricity generation have a negative effect on the environment (e.g. acidic
and climate-influencing emissions, radioactive waste), it is vital to save energy. Electronics
equipment in offices is often left running continuously and thereby consumes a lot of energy.
What does labelling involve?
The environmental demands has been developed by Svenska Naturskyddsforeningen (The
Swedish Society for Nature Conservation). These demands impose restrictions on the presence
and use of heavy metals, brominated and chlorinated flame retardants, CFCs(freons)and
chlorinated solvents, among other things. The product must be prepared for recycling and the
manufacturer is obliged to have an environmental policy which must be adhered to in each
country where the company implements its operational policy.
The energy requirements include a demand that the computer and/or display, after a certain
period of inactivity, shall reduce its power consumption to a lower level in one or more stages. The
length of time to reactivate the computer shall be reasonable for the user.
Below you will find a brief summary of the environmental requirements met by this product. The
complete environmental criteria document may be ordered from:
TCO Development
SE-114 94 Stockholm, Sweden
Fax: +46 8 782 92 07
Email (Internet): development@tco.se
Current information regarding TCO'99 approved and labelled products may also be obtained via
the Internet, using the address: http://www.tco-info.com/
Environmental requirements
Flame retardants
Flame retardants are present in printed circuit boards, cables, wires, casings and housings. Their
purpose is to prevent, or at least to delay the spread of fire. Up to 30% of the plastic in a computer
casing can consist of flame retardant substances. Most flame retardants contain bromine or
chloride, and those flame retardants are chemically related to another group of environmental
toxins, PCBs. Both the flame retardants containing bromine or chloride and the PCBs are
suspected of giving rise to severe health effects, including reproductive damage in fish-eating
birds and mammals, due to the bio-accumulative* processes. Flame retardants have been found
in human blood and researchers fear that disturbances in foetus development may occur.
The relevant TCO'99 demand requires that plastic components weighing more than 25 grams
must not contain flame retardants with organically bound bromine or chlorine. Flame retardants
are allowed in the printed circuit boards since no substitutes are available.
Cadmium**
Cadmium is present in rechargeable batteries and in the colour-generating layers of certain
computer displays. Cadmium damages the nervous system and is toxic in high doses. The
relevant TCO'99 requirement states that batteries, the colour-generating layers of display screens
and the electrical or electronics components must not contain any cadmium.
Mercury**
Mercury is sometimes found in batteries, relays and switches. It damages the nervous system and
is toxic in high doses. The relevant TCO'99 requirement states that batteries may not contain any
mercury. It also demands that mercury is not present in any of the electrical or electronics
components associated with the labelled unit. There is however one exception. Mercury is, for the
time being, permitted in the back light system of flat panel monitors as today there is no
commercially available alternative. TCO aims on removing this exception when a Mercury free
alternative is available.
CFCs (freons)
The relevant TCO'99 requirement states that neither CFCs nor HCFCs may be used during the
manufacture and assembly of the product. CFCs (freons) are sometimes used for washing printed
circuit boards. CFCs break down ozone and thereby damage the ozone layer in the stratosphere,
causing increased reception on earth of ultraviolet light with e.g. increased risks of skin cancer
(malignant melanoma) as a consequence.
Lead**
Lead can be found in picture tubes, display screens, solders and capacitors. Lead damages the
nervous system and in higher doses, causes lead poisoning. The relevant TCO'99 requirement
permits the inclusion of lead since no replacement has yet been developed.
* Bio-accumulative is defined as substances which accumulate within living organisms.
** Lead, Cadmium and Mercury are heavy metals which are Bio-accumulative.
Congratulations!
The display you have just purchased carries the TCO’03
Displays label. This means that your display is designed,
manufactured and tested according to some of the strictest
quality and environmental requirements in the world. This
makes for a high performance product, designed with the
user in focus that also minimizes the impact on our natural
environment.
Some of the features of the TCO’03 Display requirements:
Ergonomics
•
Good visual ergonomics and image quality in order to improve the working environment
for the user and to reduce sight and strain problems. Important parameters are luminance,
contrast, resolution, reflectance, colour rendition and image stability.
Energy
•
•
Energy-saving mode after a certain time – beneficial both for the user and the
environment
Electrical safety
Emissions
•
•
Electromagnetic fields
Noise emissions
Ecology
•
•
The product must be prepared for recycling and the manufacturer must have a certified
environmental management system such as EMAS or ISO 14 000
Restrictions on
o chlorinated and brominated flame retardants and polymers
o heavy metals such as cadmium, mercury and lead.
The requirements included in this label have been developed by TCO Development in cooperation with scientists, experts, users as well as manufacturers all over the world. Since the
end of the 1980s TCO has been involved in influencing the development of IT equipment in a
more user-friendly direction. Our labelling system started with displays in 1992 and is now
requested by users and IT-manufacturers all over the world.
For more information, please visit
www.tcodevelopment.com
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One of the recent problems in using a computer is that the color of the images printed out by a
printer or other images scanned by a scanner or a digital camera are not the same as those
shown on the monitor.
The Natural Color S/W is the very solution for this problem. It is a color administration system
developed by Samsung Electronics in association with Korea Electronics &
Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI). This system is available only for Samsung
monitors and makes the color of the images on the monitor the same as the printed or scanned
images.
For more information, refer to Help (F1) in the software program.
How to install the Natural Color software
Insert the CD included with the Samsung monitor into the CD-ROM Drive. Then, the initial
screen of the program installation will be executed. Click Natural Color on the initial screen to
install the Natural Color software. To install the program manually, insert the CD included with
the Samsung monitor into the CD-ROM Drive, click the [Start] button of Windows and then
select [Execute].
Enter D:\color\eng\setup.exe and then press the key.
(If the drive where the CD is inserted is not D:\, enter the applicable drive.)
How to delete the Natural Color software program
Select [Setting]/[Control Panel] on the [Start] menu and then double-click [Add/Delete a
program].
Select Natural Color from the list and then click the [Add/Delete] button.
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MouScreen Program requires built-in USB for use with SyncMaster Products.
(Note: SyncMaster 1200NF does not support MouScreen.)
MouScreen is a software program that controls your monitor settings using the USB (Universal
Serial Bus) interface.
All monitor settings, adjustments and controls can be managed by the use of the mouse alone.
You may select menus or sub-functions by simply clicking the left mouse button and then
making the adjustment by dragging the selected icons.
Installation Requirements
As MouScreen uses a USB connection with your host system, MouScreen can be installed only
on systems with a Samsung monitor that is equipped with a USB port.
Before Running MouScreen V2.01
First, check to ensure the USB port of the monitor is connected to your computer by a root or
hub USB port.
If not connected properly, the MouScreen program will not run, displaying the following
message:
If the above message is displayed, and the monitor is properly connected to the computer, this
means that the operating system has not recognized the USB monitor. Disconnect and then
reconnect the USB connection, and run the program again.
Uninstalling MouScreen V2.01 from Your Computer
To uninstall MouScreen 2.01 from your system, follow either one of these procedures:
Click Start, Programs, MouScreen 2.01 , Uninstall MouScreen 2.01 on your Windows'
desktop or click Settings , Control Panel, Program Add/Remove and then click Add/Remove
after selecting MouScreen 2.01 in the Program list.
Matters to note when changing modes
Make sure your MouScreen program is closed before changing the vertical frequency or
resolution.
Otherwise, the program may not work properly as data stored in the monitor may be different
from those in the program.
If you close and rerun the program, it will work properly because it reads the modified data.
Conflict with OSD
In principle, the OSD (on -screen display) does not work when this program runs on the system.
As the program shares internal data with the OSD, it will not work properly. Close the
MouScreen program before running the OSD.
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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or
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