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Owner’s Guide
Mitsubishi Plasma Display PD-5030 & PD-6130
Technically Anything is Possible®
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (PD-5030/PD-6130)
Read before operating equipment
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this plasma display near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug
has two blades and third grounding prong.The wide
blade or third prong are provided for your safety. When
the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult
an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12.
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold
with the plasma display.When a cart is used,
use caution when moving the cart/plasma
display combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this plasma display during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the plasma display has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug
is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain
or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.
15. This product may contain lead or mercury. Disposal of
these materials may be regulated due to environmental
considerations.
For disposal or recycling information, please contact your
local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance:
www.eiae.org.
16. Damage Requiring Service - The plasma display should
be serviced by qualified service personnel when:
A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged;
or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into
the plasma display; or
C. The plasma display has been exposed to rain; or
D. The plasma display does not appear to operate
normally or exhibits a marked change in performance;
or
E. The plasma display has been dropped, or the
enclosure damaged.
17. Tilt/Stability - All televisions must comply with
recommended international global safety standards for
tilt and stability properties of its cabinets design.
• Do not compromise these design standards by
applying excessive pull force to the front, or top, of
the cabinet which could ultimately overturn the
product.
• Also, do not endanger yourself, or children, by placing
electronic equipment/toys on the top of the cabinet.
Such items could unsuspectingly fall from the top of
the set and cause product damage and/or personal
injury.
18. Wall Mounting - The plasma display should be mounted
to a wall only as recommended by the manufacturer.
19. Power Lines - An outdoor antenna should be located
away from power lines.
20. Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antenna is
connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against
voltage surges and built up static charges.
Section 810 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA
No. 70- 1984, provides information with respect to proper
grounding of the mats and supporting structure
grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna-discharge
unit, size of grounding connectors, location of antennadischarge unit, connection to grounding electrodes and
requirements for the grounding electrode.
21. Objects and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that
objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the
enclosure through openings.
Plasma display shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing
and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall
be placed on apparatus.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose
this plasma display to rain or moisture.
Important Information
Precautions
Warnings and Safety Precautions
Please read this manual carefully before using your Mitsubishi
plasma monitor and keep the manual handy for future
reference.
The Mitsubishi plasma monitor is designed and
manufactured to provide long, trouble-free service.
No maintenance other than cleaning is required. Use
a soft dry cloth to clean the panel. Never use
solvents such as alcohol or thinner to clean the panel
surface.
The plasma display panel consists of fine picture
elements (cells). Although Mitsubishi produces the
plasma display panels with more than 99.99 percent
active cells, there may be some cells that do not
produce light or remain lit.
For operating safety and to avoid damage to the unit,
please read and observe the following instructions.
To avoid shock and fire hazards:
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO
USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol warns the user that uninsulated
voltage within the unit may have sufficient
magnitude to cause electric shock. Therefore,
it is dangerous to make any kind of contact
with any part inside of this unit.
This symbol alerts the user that important
literature concerning the operation and
maintenance of this unit has been included.
Therefore, it should be read carefully in order
to avoid any problems.
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. ALSO DO NOT USE
THIS UNIT’S POLARIZED PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD
RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLETS, UNLESS THE
PRONGS CAN BE FULLY INSERTED. REFRAIN FROM
OPENING THE CABINET AS THERE ARE HIGH-VOLTAGE
COMPONENTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Warning
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 when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
1. Provide adequate space for ventilation to avoid internal
heat build-up. Do not cover rear vents or install the unit
in a closed cabinet or shelves.
The unit is equipped with cooling fans. If you install the
unit in an enclosure, make sure there is adequate space at
the top of the unit to allow hot air to rise and escape. If
the monitor becomes too hot, the overheat protector will
be activated and the monitor will be turned off. If this
happens, turn off the power to the monitor and unplug
the power cord. If the room where the monitor is installed
is particularly hot, move the monitor to a cooler location,
and wait for the monitor to cool for 60 minutes. If the
problem persists, contact your Mitsubishi dealer for
service.
2. Do not use the power cord polarized plug with extension
cords or outlets unless the prongs can be completely
inserted.
3. Do not expose the unit to water or moisture.
4. Avoid damage to the power cord, and do not attempt to
modify the power cord.
5. Unplug the unit during electrical storms or if the unit will
not be used over a long period.
6. Do not open the cabinet which has potentially dangerous
high voltage components inside. If the unit is damaged in
this way the warranty will be void. Moreover, there is a
serious risk of electric shock.
7. Do not attempt to service or repair the unit. Mitsubishi is
not liable for any bodily harm or damage caused if
unqualified persons attempt service or open the back
cover. Refer all service to authorized Mitsubishi Service
Centers.
Caution
PD-5030 and PD-6130 are for use with the following
optional accessories. Use with other optional accessories
is capable of resulting in instability causing possible injury.
Manufacturer’s name: MITSUBISHI
ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC
Stand: MB-5010/MB-5030 for PD-5030
MB-6130 for PD-6130
DIGITAL
Please contact MITSUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
AMERICA, INC for approved optional accessories.
NOTE:
When you connect a computer to this monitor, attach the
supplied ferrite cores. If you do not do this, this monitor
will not conform to mandatory FCC standards. Attaching
the ferrite cores:
Set the ferrite cores on both ends of the
MONITORLINK™ cable (not supplied), and both ends
of the power cable (supplied).
Close the lid tightly until the clamps click.
Use the band to fasten the ferrite core (supplied) to the
MONITORLINK™ cable.
MONITORLINK cable (not supplied)
band
core (small)
Power cable (supplied)
band
Connector
core (small)
core (large)
core (large)
To avoid damage and prolong operating life:
1. Use only with 120V 50/60Hz AC power supply.
Continued operation at line voltages greater than 120 Volts
AC will shorten the life of the unit, and might even cause
a fire hazard.
2. Handle the unit carefully when installing it and do not
drop.
3. Set the unit away from heat, excessive dust, and direct
sunlight.
4. Protect the inside of the unit from liquids and small metal
objects. In case of an accident, unplug the unit and have
it serviced by an authorized Mitsubishi Service Center.
5. Do not hit or scratch the panel surface as this causes flaws
on the surface of the screen.
6. For correct installation and mounting it is strongly
recommended to use a trained, authorized Mitsubishi
dealer.
7. Only use tabletop stands or wall-mount brackets that are
designed specifically for this product.
8. As is the case with any phosphor-based display (like a
CRT monitor, for example) light output will gradually
decrease over the life of a Plasma Display Panel.
Recommendations to avoid or minimize uneven phosphor
aging:
Like all phosphor-based display devices and all other gas
plasma displays, plasma monitors can be susceptible to
uneven phosphor aging under certain circumstances. Certain
operating conditions, such as the continuous display of a static
image over a prolonged period of time, can result in uneven
phosphor aging if proper precautions are not taken. To protect
your investment in this Mitsubishi plasma monitor, please
adhere to the following guidelines and recommendations for
minimizing this type of damage:
* Do not turn off ORBITER.*
* Always enable and use your computer’s video game or
DVD player screen saver during use with these sources.
* Display a moving image whenever possible.
* Change the position of the menu display from time to time.
* Always power down the monitor when you are finished
using it.
If the plasma monitor is in long term use or continuous
operation, take the following measures to reduce the
likelihood of uneven phosphor aging:
* Do not turn off ORBITER.*
* Lower the Brightness and Contrast levels as much as
possible without impairing image readability.
* Display an image with many colors and color gradations
(i.e. photographic or photo-realistic images).
* Create image content with minimal contrast between light
and dark areas. Use complementary or pastel colors
whenever possible.
* Avoid displaying images with few colors and distinct,
sharply defined borders between colors.
NOTE:
Uneven phosphor aging/burn-in is not covered by the
warranty.
Contact Mitsubishi at 1-800-332-2119 for other
recommended procedures that will best suit your particular
application needs.
*ORBITER - Uneven phosphor aging/burn-in reduction feature. To minimize the risk of uneven phosphor aging/burn-in
when displaying still images, the Mitsubishi PD-5030 and PD-6130 offers a built-in feature known as ORBITER. The
ORBITER feature intermittently shifts the screen image horizontally and vertically in small increments. This intermittent
screen movement is usually not evident in full motion video. In some instances the ORBITER shift might be evident
while displaying static guides or menus. The default setting for ORBITER is On (AUTO1). Mitsubishi chose this setting
to help reduce uneven phosphor aging. Please do not shut the ORBITER off. For more information regarding ORBITER,
see page 26.
WARNING: Do not leave stationary or letterbox images on-screen
for extended periods of time. Mix types of pictures shown. Uneven
phosphor aging is NOT covered by your warranty.
The normal use of a TV should include a mixture of TV
picture types. The most frequently used picture types should
fill the screen with constantly moving images rather than
stationary images or patterns. Displaying the same stationary
patterns over extended periods of time, or displaying the same
stationary pattern frequently can leave a subtle but permanent
ghost image. To avoid this, mix your viewing pattern. Do not
show the same stationary image for more than 15% of your
total TV viewing in any one week. Display constantly moving
and changing images that fill the screen whenever possible.
Still or stationary images may be received from broadcasters,
cable channels, satellite channels, DVD discs, video tapes,
laser discs, on-line services, web/internet searching devices,
video games, and digital TV tuner/converter boxes. Examples
of these types of images include, but are not limited to the
following:
This plasma monitor is a phosphor-based display. As is the
case with any phosphor-based display (like a CRT TV/
monitor, for example) light output will gradually decrease
over the life of a plasma display panel. Normal TV pictures
fill the screen with constantly changing images. Under these
conditions, phosphor-based displays age at an even rate across
the entire screen. This maintains a TV picture that is evenly
bright over the whole screen. Stationary images or images
that only partially fill the screen (leaving black or colored
bars to fill the screen), when used over extended periods of
time or when viewed repeatedly, can cause uneven aging of
the phosphors used in plasma displays and can leave subtle
ghosts of the stationary images in the picture.
• Side bar images: solid bars shown on each side of an image
when watching a standard (4:3) program on a widescreen
(16:9) TV.
When using a computer or similar device through a VGA
input, be sure to turn on the Screen Saver feature and set the
activation time to 5 minutes or less. If your computer program
allows, you should also set your toolbars to the hidden mode.
• Letterbox top/bottom black bars: shown at the top and
bottom of the TV screen when you watch a widescreen
(16:9) movie on a standard (4:3) TV.
• Stock-market report bars: ticker running at the bottom
of the TV screen.
• Shopping channel logos & pricing displays: bright
graphics that are shown constantly or repeatedly in the same
location.
• Video game patterns and scoreboards
• Bright station logos: moving or low-contrast graphics are
less likely to cause uneven aging of the picture tubes.
• On-line (Internet) web sites: or any other stationary or
repetitive computer style images.
• Closed Caption Backgrounds: When set to black or bright
color, if Close Caption will be used frequently Mitsubishi
suggests the us of the gray background.
Cleaning Safeguards
Plasma Display Screen & Cabinet
Please follow the cleaning safeguards listed below to prevent
damage to your Plasma Display and retain this document for
future reference.
IMPORTANT: No Abrasives!
DO NOT use any kind of abrasive cloth or cleaner
or ammonia on the Plasma Display’s screen or
cabinet.
Cleaning Your Plasma Display
Normally, light dusting with a dry, non-abrasive cloth will
clean your Plasma Display. If cleaning beyond this is needed,
please follow these guidelines:
First, turn off the Plasma Display and unplug the power cord
from the wall outlet before cleaning.
Cleaning the cabinet of your Plasma Display
• Gently wipe down the Plasma Display with a soft, nonabrasive cloth such as cotton flannel or a clean cloth diaper,
lightly moistened with water.
• Dry with a second dry, soft, non-abrasive cloth.
General Cleaning Warnings:
• DO NOT apply pressure to the Plasma Display’s screen.
• DO NOT allow liquid to enter the Plasma Display through
the ventilation slots or any crevice.
• DO NOT use any strong or abrasive cleaners because they
can scratch the screen and the cabinet.
• DO NOT use any cleaners that contain ammonia, bleach,
alcohol, benzene, or thinners because they can damage and
dull the surfaces.
• DO NOT scrub or rub the screen or cabinet. Wipe it gently.
IMPORTANT
For further information, assistance in operating
your Plasma Display or if you are in need of service,
please contact us at www.mitsubishi-tv.com or call
Consumer Relations at
800-332-2119
Introduction
Introduction to the PD-5030/
PD-6130 Plasma Monitors
Mitsubishi’s PD-5030/PD-6130 plasma displays are a
seamless blend of cutting-edge visual technology and
sophisticated design. The monitor’s sleek techno-art lines
blend in well with your environment. The displays crisp, vivid
image quality will transform data from any graphic medium
from PCs to DVD players into art. Mitsubishi has made sure
that a host of multimedia resources can be easily connected
and displayed as brilliantly as intended.
The features you’ll enjoy include:
• 16:9 aspect ratio
• Capsulated Color Filter (CCF) and black matrix
• The enhanced display uses a two-stage filtering system for
deeper, more accurate colors.
• High-resolution screen: 1365 x 768 pixels
• 160-degrees of off-axis viewing, horizontally and vertically.
• Flicker - and warp - free display provides excellent image
geometry even in screen corners
• Not affected by magnetic fields, no color drift or edge
distortion.
• VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA computer signal
compatibility
• NTSC, PAL, SECAM, composite and S-Video signal
compatibility
• 480P, 1080I, 720P and HDTV signal compatibility
• PCs, VCRs, Laser Disc and DVD player source
compatibility
• Sophisticated formatting circuitry automatically converts
VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA and UXGA signals to the
panel’s native resolution
• Precision algorithms are used to convert interlaced signals
to progressive scan.
• User selectable on-screen color temperature settings
• Component video input terminal for DVD, 15.75kHz (Y,
CB, CR )
• Digital broadcasting source compatibility
• Menu-driven on-screen control system that makes image
adjustments a snap
• Seven languages (English, German, French, Italian,
Spanish, Swedish, and Chinese)
Contents of the Package
Plasma monitor
Power cord
RGB cable (Mini D-Sub 15-pin to Mini D-Sub 15-pin
connector)
Remote control with two AAA Batteries
Owner’s guide
Remote cable
Safety metal fittings*
Screws for safety metal fittings*
Ferrite cores (small x 2, large x 2), bands
Cable clamps
Registration card
* These fittings are for fastening the unit to a wall to prevent tipping
when used with an optional tabletop stand. Fasten the safety
fittings to the holes in the back of the monitor using the mount
screws.
Options
• Tabletop stand
Contents
How to Attach Options to the Plasma Monitor .... 1
Ventilation requirements for enclosure mounting ........... 1
How to use the safety metal fittings and the screws for
safety metal fittings ................................................. 1
Part Names and Function .................................. 2
Front View .............................................................. 2
Rear View / Terminal Board ...................................... 3
Remote Control ........................................................ 4
Battery installation and replacement ............................ 5
Using the wired remote control mode .......................... 6
Operating range ........................................................... 6
Handling the remote control ......................................... 6
Installation ...................................................... 7
Connecting your PC or Macintosh computer ................ 8
Connecting your VCR or Laser Disc Player ................. 8
Connecting your DVD Player ..................................... 8
MonitorLink Connections ........................................... 9
Pin assignments and signal levels
for 15 pin RGB (analog) ......................................... 9
MonitorLink Pin Configuration (DVI Connector) ............ 9
Loop Out .............................................................. 10
Cable Management ................................................ 10
Basic Operations ............................................. 11
Power ................................................................... 11
To turn the unit ON and OFF: ................................... 11
Volume ................................................................. 11
To adjust the sound volume: ..................................... 11
Mute ..................................................................... 11
To cancel the sound: ................................................. 11
Info ...................................................................... 11
To check the settings: ................................................ 11
Digital Zoom ......................................................... 11
Auto Position ......................................................... 11
To adjust the size or quality of the picture automatically
11
Sleep/Off Timer .................................................... 12
To set the off timer: .................................................. 12
To check the remaining time: .................................... 12
To cancel the off timer: ............................................. 12
Available On-Screen Format Sizes .................... 13
Monitor Settings Menu ............................................ 20
Adjusting the Position, Size, Fine Picture, Picture Adj ...... 20
Option1 Settings Menu ........................................... 21
Setting the on-screen menu ....................................... 21
Setting the BNC connectors ...................................... 22
Setting a computer image to the correct RGB
select screen ............................................................ 22
Setting high definition images to the suitable
screen size ............................................................... 23
Setting the Input Skip ................................................ 23
Resetting to the default values ................................... 24
Option2 Settings Menu ........................................... 24
Setting the power management for computer images ......... 24
POWER/STANDBY indicator .................................. 25
Setting the picture to suit the movie .......................... 25
Reducing burn-in of the screen ................................. 25
PEAK BRIGHT ........................................................ 25
ORBITER ................................................................. 26
INVERSE ................................................................. 26
Setting the time for INVERSE .................................. 27
SOFT FOCUS .......................................................... 28
Setting the gray level for the sides of the screen ........ 28
Setting the screen size for S1/S2 video input ............. 28
Setting the signal and black level for DVI signal ....... 29
Option3 Settings Menu ........................................... 30
Using the timer ......................................................... 30
Setting the power on mode ....................................... 31
Enabling/disabling the front panel controls ............... 32
Enabling/disabling remote control wireless
transmission ............................................................ 32
Loop Out setting ....................................................... 33
Language Settings Menu ......................................... 34
Setting the language for the menus ............................ 34
Color System Settings Menu .................................... 34
Setting the video signal format .................................. 34
Source Information Menu ........................................ 34
Checking the frequencies, polarities of input signals,
and resolution ......................................................... 34
RS-232C Control ............................................. 35
Troubleshooting ............................................. 36
Format Operation (manual) .................................... 13
When viewing videos or digital video discs ............. 13
Format Operation with Computer Signals ................. 14
Technical Specifications PD-5030 ..................... 38
On-Screen Menu (OSM) Controls ....................... 15
Table of Signals Supported ............................. 40
Menu Operations ................................................... 15
Video Settings Menu ............................................... 16
Adjusting the picture ................................................. 16
Setting the picture mode according to the brightness
of the room ............................................................. 16
Reducing noise in the picture .................................... 17
Setting the color temperature .................................... 17
Adjusting the color to the desired level ..................... 17
Changing the Gamma Curve ..................................... 18
Making the Low Tone adjustments ............................ 18
ColorView™ ............................................................. 19
Audio Settings Menu .............................................. 19
Adjusting the treble, bass and left/right balance
and audio input select .............................................. 19
Selecting the input of the audio connectors ............... 20
Technical Specifications PD-6130 ..................... 39
Warranty ...................................................... 41
How to Attach Options to the Plasma Monitor
You can attach your optional mounts or stand to the plasma monitor in one of the following two ways:
* While it is upright. (See Drawing A)
* As it is laid down with the screen face down (See Drawing B). Lay the protective sheet, which was wrapped around the
monitor when it was packaged, beneath the screen surface so as not to scratch the screen face.
* Do not touch or hold the screen face when carrying the unit.
• This device cannot be installed on its own. Be sure to use a stand or other mounting hardware that
is designed specifically for this product.
• For correct installation and mounting it is strongly recommended to use a trained, authorized
dealer.
Failure to follow correct mounting procedures could result in damage to the equipment or injury
to the installer.
Product warranty does not cover damage caused by improper installation.
* Use only a matching stand or wall mount kit designed for this product.
Drawing A
Drawing B
When installing or carrying, use the
handles attached to the upper back
of the display.
Ventilation requirements for
enclosure mounting
How to use the safety metal fittings
and the screws for safety metal
fittings
To allow heat to disperse, leave space between surrounding
objects as shown on the diagram below when installing.
These are fittings for fastening the unit to a wall to prevent
tipping due to external shock when using the stand
(optional). Fasten the safety fittings to the holes in the
back of the monitor using the safety fitting mount screws.
* Safety metal fittings will differ according to the model.
50mm (2")
Screw hole
Wall
Screw or Hook etc.
(Not supplied)
Safety metal fittings
50mm (2")
50mm (2")
50mm (2")
Wall
Screw for Safty metal
fittings
50mm (2")
Wall
Metal chain
(Not supplied)
Table Top
1
Part Names and Function
Front View
MENU/ENTER
DOWN VOLUME UP
LEFT/ -
RIGHT/+
POWER/STANDBY
INPUT/ EXIT
MENU/ENTER
VOLUME
7
6
LEFT/ -
RIGHT/+
INPUT/EXIT
5
4
q POWER
Turns the monitor’s power on and off.
1
3
2
t LEFT/– and RIGHT/+
Enlarges or reduces the image. Functions as the
ADJUST ( / ) buttons in the On-Screen Menu
(OSM) mode.
w REMOTE SENSOR WINDOW
Receives the signals from the remote control.
y VOLUME
and
Adjusts the volume. Functions as the ADJUST (▲/▼)
buttons in the On-Screen Menu (OSM) mode.
e POWER/STANDBY indicator
When the power is on ............................. Lights green.
When the power is in the standby mode ... Lights red.
u MENU/ENTER
Displays the main On-Screen Menu (OSM). Selects a
menu item in the On-Screen Menu (OSM) mode.
r INPUT SELECT / EXIT
Switches the input, in the following order.
The available inputs depend on the setting of “BNC
INPUT”.
RGB: → VIDEO1 → VIDEO2 → VIDEO3 → HD/DVD/DTV
MONLINK ← RGB/PC2 ← RGB/PC1←
COMP.:
POWER/STANDBY
→VIDEO1 → VIDEO2 → VIDEO3 → HD1/DVD1/DTV1
RGB/PC2 ← RGB/PC1 ← HD2/DVD2/DTV2 ←
Functions as the EXIT button in the On-Screen Menu
(OSM) mode.
2
Rear View/ Terminal Board
VIDEO
VIDEO 1
(IN/OUT)
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 3
C
AUDIO 1
R
(MONO)
L
D
Y
DVD1 / HD1
Cb/Pb
E
Cr/Pr
AUDIO 2
R
(MONO)
L
R/
Cr/Pr
B/
Cb/Pb
HD
RGB2 / DVD2 / HD2
G/
Y
F
VD
AUDIO 3
R
(MONO)
L
MONITORLINK
MONITORLINK
CONTROL
A B
IN
REMOTE
H MONITORLINK™ / DVI (Digital RGB)
MonitorLink when used with MonitorLink Control is a
Mitsubishi exclusive proprietary digital interface for the
display of high quality digital video signals from a
Mitsubishi HD Receiver/Controller, such as the HD-5000.
OUT
I
J
K
DV I ( Digital RGB )
H
RGB 1
(IN / OUT)
G
The MonitorLink input can also be used as a DVI input
from other sources. The left and right audio allow the
external Mitsubishi HDTV Receiver/Controller or DVI
set-top box to provide audio to the TV to be able to use
the TV speakers. When MonitorLink is used as DVI, it is
HDCP compatible.
A AC IN
Connect the included power cord here.
B EXT SPEAKER L and R
Connect speakers (optional) here. Maintain the correct
polarity. Connect the
(positive) speaker wire to the
EXT SPEAKER terminal and the
(negative)
speaker wire to the
EXT SPEAKER terminal on both
LEFT and RIGHT channels.
Please refer to your speaker’s owner’s manual.
Note: When MonitorLink is used as a DVI-HD input,
the terminal is compliant with EIA-861 standards for
extended and high definition video, however, this input
is not intended for use with personal computers or
devices outputting video signals with computer
resolution.
C VIDEO1, 2, 3 (BNC, RCA, S-Video)
Connect VCR’s, DVD’s or Video Cameras, etc. here.
VIDEO1 can be used for Input or Output (see page 10).
I
D AUDIO1, AUDIO2, AUDIO3
These are audio input terminals.
The input is selectable. Select the individual video setting
from the audio menu screen.
E DVD1 / HD1
Connect DVD’s, High Definition or Laser Discs, etc.
here.
F RGB2/ DVD2/ HD2
RGB2:
You can connect an analog RGB signal
and the syncronization signal.
DVD2/ HD2: You can connect DVDs, High Definition
sources, Laser Discs, etc. here.
This input can be set for use with an RGB
or component source. (see page 22)
G RGB1 (mini D-Sub 15pin)
Connect an analog RGB signal from a computer, etc. here.
This input can be used for Input or Output. (see page 10)
MONITORLINK™ CONTROL / RS-232C
A digital control interface that works in conjunction with
MonitorLink. While MonitorLink provides the digital
video signal, MonitorLink Control provides enhanced
functioning such as automatic power ON/OFF and input
selection. If you are not connecting a Mitsubishi HDTV
Receiver/Controller with MonitorLink features,
MonitorLink Control can be used as an RS-232C control
signal input port with an external control system. Please
visit www.mitsubishi-tv.com for RS-232 command
protocol.
J REMOTE IN
Connect the remote cable to the remote control’s remote
jack to obtain wired remote control.
K REMOTE OUT
Connect the remote cable to the REMOTE IN jack of the
other display monitor to obtain wired remote control.
3
w RGB/PC
Press this button to select RGB/PC as the source.
The available sources depend on the setting of “BNC
INPUT”.
RGB: → RGB/PC1 → RGB/PC2 → MONLINK
Remote Control
COMP. :
RGB/PC can also be selected using the INPUT
SELECT button on the monitor.
POWER ON
STANDBY
RGB/PC
DVD/HD
e DVD / HD
Press this button to select DVD/HD as the source.
The available sources depend on the setting of “BNC
INPUT”.
RGB: HD/DVD/DTV
VIDEO
MENU/
ENTER
ADJUST
COMP.:
EXIT
→ HD1/DVD1/DTV1 → HD2/DVD2/DTV2
DVD/HD can also be selected using the INPUT
SELECT button on the monitor.
POINTER
ZOOM
→ RGB/PC1 → MONLINK
VOLUME
r VIDEO
Press this button to select VIDEO as the source.
→ VIDEO1 → VIDEO2 → VIDEO3
VIDEO can also be selected using the INPUT SELECT
button on the monitor.
MUTE
FORMAT
t MENU/ENTER
Press this button to access the On-Screen Menu
(OSM) controls.
Press this button during the display of the main menu
to go to the sub menu.
INFO
SLEEP
y ADJUST (▲ / ▼ / / )
Use these buttons to select items or adjust settings or
switch the display patterns.
AUTO POSITION
u EXIT
Press this button to exit the main menu. Press this
button during the display of the sub menu to return to
the previous menu.
RM-PDP2
i POINTER
Press this button to display the pointer.
o ZOOM ( / )
Enlarges or reduces the image.
!0 VOLUME ( / )
Adjusts the audio volume.
q POWER ON/STANDBY
Switches the power on/standby.
(This does not operate when POWER/STANDBY
indicator of the main unit is off.)
!1 MUTE
Mutes the sound.
!2 FORMAT
Automatically detects the signal and sets the aspect
ratio. Format button is not active for all signals.
!3 INFO
Displays the source settings on the screen.
!4 SLEEP
Activates the off timer.
4
!5 AUTO POSITION
Available for PC Inputs Only. Press this button to
automatically adjust the size and position of the current
screen resolution.
Battery Installation and Replacement
Insert the 2 “AAA” batteries, making sure to set them in
with the proper polarity.
1.Remove the remote control’s back cover by gently
pressing the rigid tab in the direction of the arrow.
!6 Remote control signal transmitter
Transmits the remote control signals.
!7 Remote Jack
Insert the plug of the remote cable here when using
the supplied remote control in the wired condition.
2.Install the batteries according to the (+) and (–) indication
inside the case. For ease of installation, install the
negative (–) side first.
3.Replace the cover.
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Using the wired remote control mode
Connect one end of the remote cable to the remote control’s
REMOTE JACK and the other end to the “REMOTE IN”
terminal on the monitor. When the cable is connected, the
mode automatically switches to wired remote control.
When the wired remote control mode is used, the remote
control can be operated even if no batteries are installed.
Operating Range
* Use the remote control within a distance of about 7 m/
23ft. from the front of the monitor’s remote control sensor
and at horizontal and vertical angles of up to approximately
30°.
* The remote control operation may not function if the
monitor’s remote control sensor is exposed to direct
sunlight or strong artificial light, or if there is an obstacle
between the sensor and the remote control.
AUDIO 2
R
(MONO)
L
R/
Cr/Pr
HD
VD
RGB 1
IN
(I N / OUT)
MONITORLINK CONTROL
B/
Cb/Pb
RGB2 / DVD2 / HD2
G/
Y
L
OUT
MONITORLINK
DV I ( Digital RGB )
REMOTE
AUDIO 3
R
(MONO)
Monitorlink Control
POWER/STANDBY
IN
REMOTE
OUT
Approx.
7m/23ft
Remote Control
Cable
To Remote Jack
Handling the remote control
• Do not drop or mishandle the remote control.
• Do not get the remote control wet. If the remote control
gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
• Avoid heat and humidity.
• When using the remote control in the wireless condition,
be sure to unplug the remote cable from the REMOTE
IN terminal on the monitor.
• Do not mix new and old batteries.
• Do not heat, take apart, or throw batteries into a fire.
• When the remote control is not being used for a long
period of time, remove the batteries.
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Installation
VCR or Laser Disc Player
VIDEO 1
VIDEO
(I N/ OUT)
VIDEO 1- 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 3
To video inputs on
the plasma monitor
AUDIO 1
R
(MONO)
L
Y
Cb/Pb
DVD1 / HD1
Document Camera
Cr/Pr
AUDIO 2
R
(MONO)
L
R/
Cr/Pr
B/
Cb/Pb
HD
RGB2 / DVD2 / HD2
G/
Y
DVD Player
VD
IBM VGA or Compatibles
RGB 1
( I N / OUT)
(MONO)
AUDIO 3
R
Macintosh or Compatibles
L
(Desk top type)
MONITORLINK
DV I ( Digital RGB )
MONITORLINK CONTORL
Monitor adapter for
Macintosh (not included)
IN
To Mini D-Sub 15 pin connector on the plasma monitor
REMOTE
OUT
Mitsubishi HD Receiver/Controller
(i.e. HD-5000)
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Connecting Your VCR or Laser Disc
Player
Connecting Your PC or Macintosh Computer
Connecting your PC or Macintosh computer to your plasma
monitor will enable you to display your computer’s screen
image for an impressive presentation. The plasma monitor
supports the signals described on page 40.
To connect a PC, Macintosh or compatible graphics adapter,
simply:
Use common RCA cables (not provided) to connect your
VCR or laser disc player to your plasma monitor. To make
these connections, simply:
1. Turn off the power to your plasma monitor and VCR or
laser disc player.
1. Turn off the power to your plasma monitor and computer.
2. If your PC does not support SXGA/XGA/SVGA/VGA
you will need to install an SXGA/XGA/SVGA/VGA
graphics board. Consult your computer’s owner’s manual
for your SXGA/XGA/SVGA/VGA configuration. If you
need to install a new board, see the manual that comes
with your new graphics board for installation instructions.
2. Connect one end of your RCA cable to the video output
connector on the back of your VCR or laser disc player,
connect the other end to the Video input on your plasma
monitor. Use standard RCA audio patch cables to
connect the audio from your VCR or laser disc player
to your plasma monitor (if your VCR or laser disc player
has this capability). Be careful to keep your right and
left channel connections correct for stereo sound.
3. This plasma monitor provides signal compatibility up to
VESA 16001200 (UXGA). However, it is not
recommended to use this resolution due to image
readability.
3. Turn on the plasma monitor and the VCR or laser disc
player.
4. Use the signal cable to connect your PC or Macintosh
computer to the plasma monitor. For Macintosh, use a
monitor adapter (not included) to connect to your
computer’s video port, if necessary.
Note: Refer to your VCR or laser disc player owner’s
manual for more information about your equipment’s video
output requirements.
5. Turn on the plasma monitor and the computer.
Connecting Your DVD Player
6. If the plasma monitor goes blank after a period of inactivity,
it may be caused by a screen saver installed on the computer
you’ve connected to the plasma monitor.
When using a Macintosh with the plasma monitor, the
following four display standards are supported using the
Macintosh adapter :
13" fixed mode
16" fixed mode
19" fixed mode
21" fixed mode
The 19" fixed mode is recommended for your monitor.
You can connect your plasma monitor to a DVD player.
To do so, simply:
1. Turn off the power to your plasma monitor and DVD
player.
2. Use a component video cable (not provided) to connect
your DVD player to the Y, Cb, and Cr inputs on your
plasma monitor.
Or use the DVD-player’s S-Video output. Use a standard
S-Video (not provided) cable to connect to the S-Video
input on the plasma monitor.
3. Use standard RCA audio patch cables to connect the
audio from your DVD Player to your plasma monitor.
4. Turn on the plasma monitor and the DVD player.
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MonitorLink™ Connections
MonitorLink™ Pin Configuration
(DVI Connector)
MonitorLink and MonitorLink Control
The unit is equipped with a type of connector commonly
used for digital signals.
(This cannot be used for an analog input.)
(TMDS can be used for one link only.)
1. Connect a MonitorLink cable from the Mitsubishi
Receiver/Controller back panel to the plasma monitor
back panel.
2. Connect the L (left) and R (right) audio cables from
the Mitsubishi Receiver/Controller to AUDIO LEFT
and AUDIO RIGHT on the MonitorLink section of the
plasma monitor back panel.
MonitorLink™ / DVI
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
3. Connect the MonitorLink Control cable from the
Mitsubishi Receiver/Controller back panel to the plasma
monitor back panel.
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Note:
1. Input TMDS signals conforming to DVI standards.
The TMDS input corresponds to 1 link.
2. To maintain display quality, use a cable with a quality
prescribed by DVI standards that is within 5 meters in length.
External DVI Device with DVI-HDCP
1. Connect a DVI cable from the DVI output of the external
DVI type device to the MonitorLink/DVI-HD input on
the back of the plasma monitor.
2. Connect the L (left) and R (right) audio cables from
the external DVI device to AUDIO LEFT and AUDIO
RIGHT on the MonitorLink section of the plasma
monitor back panel.
Note: When used as a DVI Input, MonitorLink input is
compliant with HDCP and the EIA-861 standards for
standard, extended and high definition video. This input
is not intended for use with personal computers or devices
outputting video signals with computer resolution.
Pin Assignments and Signal Levels
for 15 pin RGB (Analog) Connector
5
4 3 2 1
10 9 8 7 6
15 14 13 12 11
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Signal (Analog)
Red
Green or sync-on-green
Blue
No connection
Ground
Red ground
Green ground
Blue ground
No connection
Sync signal ground
No connection
Bi-directional DATA (SDA)
Horizontal sync or Composite sync
Vertical sync
Data clock
9
Signal (Digital)
T.M.D.S Data 2 T.M.D.S Data 2 +
T.M.D.S Data 2 Shield
No connection
No connection
DDC Clock
DDC Data
No connection
T.M.D.S Data 1 T.M.D.S Data 1 +
T.M.D.S Data 1 Shield
No connection
No connection
+5V Power
Ground
Hot Plug Detect
T.M.D.S Data 0 T.M.D.S Data 0 +
T.M.D.S Data 0 Shield
No connection
No connection
T.M.D.S Clock Shield
T.M.D.S Clock +
T.M.D.S Clock -
Loop Out
• Connect signal cables and remote cables as shown below.
Video signal
RGB/DVD/HD signal
BNC connector
R/
Cr/Pr
OUT
IN
HD
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 3
RGB signal/
DVD/HD signal
VIDEO Signal
B/
Cb/Pb
BNC connector
RGB2 / DVD2 / HD2
G/
Y
(I N/ OUT)
VIDEO 1
VD
(MONO)
AUDIO 1
R
VIDEO Signal
VIDEO
IN
RCA phono plug
L
Y
RGB signal/
DVD/HD signal
IN
IN
RGB 1
( I N / OUT)
DVD1
REMOTE
Remote
control
OUT
OUT
IN
REMOTE
Remote
control
IN
OUT
Remote
control
OUT
OUT
Remote
control
Note:
1. The VIDEO1 and RGB1 terminals can be used for either INPUT or OUTPUT.
When LOOP OUT is ON, do not connect an OUTPUT signal from another unit, that will place an extraordinary load on
the other unit and may damage it.
2. LOOP OUT can not be turned ON while signals are input to RGB1 terminal.
3. LOOP OUT can be turned ON while signals are input to RGB1 terminal if the POWER is switched ON.
Information
• To loop signals out to another plasma display, set the LOOP OUT to ON.
• To connect monitors, please use a 1~2m (3.3~6.6 feet) BNC cable (any commercially available cable).
• If the image quality is poor, do not use the monitor’s out terminal. Use a distribution amplifier (any commercially
available distribution amplifier) to connect the split signals to the respective monitor INPUT terminals.
Cable Management
Using the cable clamps provided with the plasma display,
bundle at the back of the unit the signal and audio cables
connected to the display.
Back of the unit
mounting hooks/mounting holes
To attach
1.
To detach
clamp
2.
cables
mounting hole
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Basic Operations
POWER
INFO
ON:
To check the settings:
1. Plug the power cord into an active AC power outlet.
1. The screen changes each time the INFO button is
pressed.
2. Press the Power button located underneath the right side
of the front panel.
The monitor’s POWER/STANDBY indicator turns
green and the plasma display is on.
2. If the button is not pressed for approximately three
seconds, the menu turns off.
DIGITAL ZOOM
OFF:
Digital zoom specifies the picture position and enlarges
the picture.
Press the Power button (underneath the front panel) to
turn off the display.
The monitor’s POWER/STANDBY indicator goes off.
1. Press the POINTER button to display the pointer. (
)
To change the size of the picture:
button to enlarge the picture.
Press the ZOOM
The pointer will change to resemble a magnifying
glass. (
)
A press of the ZOOM
button will reduce the
picture and return it to its original size.
STANDBY ON:
Press the POWER ON button (on the remote control)
to turn on the display.
The monitor’s POWER/STANDBY indicator will light
up (green) when the plasma display is on.
To change the picture position:
Select the position with the ▲▼ buttons.
STANDBY OFF:
2. Press the POINTER button to delete the pointer.
Press the STANDBY button on the remote. The
monitor’s POWER/STANDBY indicator turns red and
the standby mode is set (only when turning off the unit
with the remote control).
AUTO POSITION
To adjust the size or quality of the picture
automatically:
Press the AUTO POSITION button.
VOLUME
To adjust the sound volume:
Information
1. Press and hold the VOLUME
button (on the remote
control or the front panel) to increase to the desired
level.
AUTO POSITION ON setting
When RGB (still picture) input
is selected ...... Fine Picture, Picture ADJ, Position,
and Contrast will be adjusted
automatically.
2. Press and hold the VOLUME
button (on the remote
control or the front panel) to decrease to the desired
level.
MUTE
When RGB (motion picture),
VIDEO, or Y/Pb/Pr (component) input
is selected ...... The screen size switches to ZOOM
mode automatically with the
superimposed caption displayed fully
only when the picture contains dark
areas above and below the picture.
To cancel the sound:
Press the MUTE button on the remote control to cancel
the sound; press again to restore.
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SLEEP/OFF TIMER
To cancel the off timer:
To set the off timer:
The off timer can be set to turn the power off after 30, 60,
90 or 120 minutes.
1. Press the SLEEP button twice in a row.
2. The off timer is canceled.
OFF TIMER
1. Press the SLEEP button to start the timer at 30 minutes.
0
2. Press the SLEEP button to the desired time.
3. The timer starts when the menu turns off.
→ 30 → 60 → 90 → 120 → 0
Note:
After the power is turned off with the off timer ...
A slight current is still supplied to the monitor. When you
are leaving the room or do not plan to use the system for a
long period of time, turn off the monitor’s power using the
Power Button located underneath the front panel.
OFF TIMER 30
To check the remaining time:
1. Once the off timer has been set, press the SLEEP
button once.
2. The remaining time is displayed, then turns off after a
few seconds.
3. When five minutes remain the remaining time appears
until it reaches zero.
OFF TIMER 28
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Format Sizes
EXPAND screen size
Format Operation (manual)
With this function, you can select one of six screen sizes.
When viewing videos or digital video discs
1. Press the FORMAT button on the remote control.
2. Within 3 seconds ...
The picture is expanded in the horizontal and vertical
direction, maintaining the original proportions.
* Use this for theater size (wide) movies, etc.
Press the FORMAT button again.
The screen size switches as follows:
→ NARROW → STANDARD → STRETCH → EXPAND → ZOOM → 14:9
ZOOM screen size
When a 720P or 1080I signal is input:
STANDARD ↔ ZOOM
NARROW screen size (4:3)
Original image
Information is lost on both sides.
The squeezed film image is expanded to fill the entire
screen at a ratio of 2.35:1. Black bands do not appear at
the top and bottom but information is lost on the left and
right margins.
• This feature is available when the input signal is video,
component (480I, 480P, 576I, 576P, 720P, 1080I) or RGB
(525P or 625P signal from a scan converter).
* If black bands appear on the top and bottom in the full
screen size, select the 2.35:1 size screen to avoid phosphor
burn-in.
The NARROW screen size is displayed.
* The picture has the same size as video pictures with a
4 : 3 aspect ratio.
STANDARD screen size
14:9 screen size
The image is expanded in the horizontal direction.
* Images compressed in the horizontal direction (“squeezed
images”) are expanded in the horizontal direction and
displayed on the entire screen with correct linearity.
(Normal images are expanded in the horizontal direction.)
The image is displayed at a 14:9 aspect ratio.
* This feature is available when the input signal is video,
component (480I, 480P, 576I, 576P) or RGB (525P or 625P
signal from a scan converter).
STRETCH screen size
WARNING
DO NOT OPERATE THE PLASMA DISPLAY IN NARROW
(4:3) SCREEN SIZE MODE OR 14:9 SCREEN SIZE
MODE FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD. THE SIDE BARS
CAN CAUSE PHOSPHOR BURN-IN.
The picture is expanded in the horizontal and vertical
directions at different ratios.
* Use this for watching normal video programs (4:3) with a
wide screen.
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Format Operation with Computer
Signals
Information
Supported resolution
See page 40 for details on the display output of the
various VESA signal standards supported by the
monitor.
Switch to the wide screen mode to expand the 4 : 3 image
to fill the entire screen.
1. Press the FORMAT button on the remote control.
2. Within 3 seconds ...
Press the FORMAT button again.
The screen size switches as follows:
When 852 (848) dot 480 line wide VGA*
signals with a vertical frequency of 60 Hz and
horizontal frequency of 31.7 (31.0) kHz are input
Select an appropriate setting for RGB SELECT
mode referring to the“Table of Signals Supported”
on page 40.
* “VGA”, “SVGA” and “SXGA” are registered
trademarks of IBM, Inc. of the United States.
→ NARROW → STANDARD → EXPAND
NARROW screen size (4:3 or SXGA 5:4)
WARNING
The picture has the same size as the normal computer
image.
DO NOT OPERATE THE PLASMA DISPLAY IN NARROW
(4:3) SCREEN SIZE MODE FOR AN EXTENDED
PERIOD. THIS CAN CAUSE PHOSPHOR BURN-IN.
STANDARD screen size
The image is expanded in the horizontal direction.
EXPAND screen size
When wide signals are input.
STANDARD screen size
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On-Screen Menu (OSM) Controls
Menu Operations
5. The adjustments or the settings are stored in memory.
The change is stored until you make more
modifications.
The following describes how to use the menus and the
selected items. In the explanation, the menu section is
shown close up.
6. Repeat steps 2 – 5 to adjust an additional item, or press
the EXIT button on the remote control to return to the
main menu.
1. Press the MENU/ENTER button on the remote control
to display the MAIN MENU.
NEXT PAGE
MENU/ENTER OK
SEL.
EXIT EXIT
2/2
MAIN MENU
PREVIOUS PAGE
LANGUAGE
COLOR SYSTEM
SOURCE INFORMATION
SEL.
MENU/ENTER OK
Note: The main menu disappears by pressing the EXIT
button.
1/2
MAIN MENU
VIDEO SETTINGS
AUDIO SETTINGS
MONITOR SETTINGS
OPTION1
OPTION2
OPTION3
EXIT EXIT
2. Press the ADJUST buttons ▲ ▼ on the remote control
to highlight the menu you wish to enter.
3. Press the MENU/ENTER button on the remote control
to select a sub menu or item.
1/2
VIDEO SETTINGS
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
PICTURE MODE
: NORMAL
NR
: OFF
NEXT PAGE
EXIT RETURN
SEL.
ADJ.
4. Adjust the level or change the setting of the selected
item by using the ADJUST buttons on the remote
control.
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Adjusting the picture
The contrast, brightness, sharpness, color and tint can be
adjusted as desired.
Example: Adjusting the contrast
Setting the picture mode according to the
brightness of the room
There are four picture modes that can be used effectively
according to the environment in which you are viewing
the display.
Example: Setting the “THEAT. 1” mode
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “VIDEO SETTINGS”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “VIDEO SETTINGS” screen appears.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “VIDEO SETTINGS”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “VIDEO SETTINGS” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “CONTRAST”.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “PICTURE MODE”.
VIDEO Settings Menu
VIDEO SETTINGS
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
PICTURE MODE
NR
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
:
:
1/2
VIDEO SETTINGS
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
PICTURE MODE
: NORMAL
NR
: OFF
NEXT PAGE
EXIT RETURN
SEL.
ADJ.
1/2
NORMAL
OFF
EXIT RETURN
3. To set to “THEAT. 1” ...
Use the and buttons to select “THEAT. 1”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or
button is pressed:
3. Use the and buttons to adjust the contrast.
→ BRIGHT ↔ NORMAL ↔ THEAT. 1 ↔ THEAT. 2 ↔ DEFAULT ←
CONTRAST
* If neither the or button is pressed within 5 seconds,
the current setting is stored into memory and the previous
screen reappears.
PICTURE MODE
:
THEAT. 1
* If neither the or button is pressed within 5 seconds,
the current selection is stored into memory and the
previous screen reappears.
Note: If “CAN NOT ADJUST” appears ...
When trying to enter the VIDEO SETTINGS submenu,
make sure PICTURE MODE is not set to DEFAULT.
Information
Types of picture modes
THEAT. 1, 2 ...... Select this mode when watching video
in a dark room.
This mode provides darker, finer
pictures, like the screen in movie
theaters.
For a darker image, select THEAT. 2.
NORMAL ......... Select this mode when watching video
in a bright room.
This mode provides dynamic pictures
with distinct differences between light
and dark sections.
BRIGHT ........... This mode provides brighter pictures
than NORMAL.
DEFAULT......... Use this to reset the picture to the
factory default settings.
Information
Video settings screen
CONTRAST .... Changes the picture’s white level.
BRIGHTNESS .. Changes the picture’s black level.
SHARPNESS .. Changes the picture’s sharpness.
Adjusts picture detail of VIDEO
display.
COLOR ........... Changes the color density.
TINT ................ Changes the picture’s tint. Adjust for
natural colored skin, background, etc.
Adjusting the computer image
Only the contrast and brightness can be adjusted when
a computer signal is connected.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “DEFAULT” under the “PICTURE MODE”
settings.
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Reducing noise in the picture
Use these settings if the picture has noise due to poor
reception or when playing video tapes with poor picture
quality.
Example: Setting “NR-3”
Setting the color temperature
Use this procedure to set color tone produced by the plasma
display.
Example: Setting “HIGH”
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “VIDEO SETTINGS”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “VIDEO SETTINGS” screen appears.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “VIDEO SETTINGS”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “VIDEO SETTINGS” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “NEXT PAGE”.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “NR”.
VIDEO SETTINGS
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
PICTURE MODE
NR
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
:
:
3. Select “COLOR TEMP”.
4. Use the and buttons to select “HIGH”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
1/2
or
→ LOW ↔ MID LOW ↔ MEDIUM ↔ HIGH ←
NORMAL
OFF
* See below to set “WHITE BALANCE”.
EXIT RETURN
VIDEO SETTINGS
PREVIOUS PAGE
COLOR TEMP.
: HIGH
GAMMA
: 2
LOW TONE
: AUTO
COLORVIEW
3. Use the
and
buttons to select “NR-3”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
or
2/2
→ OFF ↔ NR-1 ↔ NR-2 ↔ NR-3 ←
SEL.
EXIT RETURN
ADJ.
* If neither the or button is pressed within 5 seconds,
the current selection is stored into memory and the previous
screen reappears.
Information
NR
:
Setting the color temperature
LOW ................ Redder
MID LOW ......... Slightly redder
MEDIUM ........... Standard (slightly bluer)
HIGH ............... Bluer
NR-3
* If neither the or button is pressed within 5 seconds,
the current selection is stored into memory and the
previous screen reappears.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
Information
NR
* “NR” stands for Noise Reduction.
* This function reduces noise in the picture.
Adjusting the color to the desired level
Use this procedure to adjust the white balance for each
color temperature to achieve the desired color quality.
Example: Adjusting the “GAIN RED” of “HIGH” color
temperature
Types of noise reduction
There are three settings for noise reduction. Each has a
different level of noise reduction.
The effect becomes stronger as the number increases
(in the order NR-1 → NR-2 → NR-3).
OFF ............... Turns the noise reduction function off.
Perform Steps 1-4 of SETTING THE COLOR
TEMPERATURE, then...
5. Press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “WHITE BALANCE” screen appears.
6. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “GAIN RED”.
WHITE BALANCE
COLOR TEMP. HIGH
GAIN RED
GAIN GREEN
GAIN BLUE
BIAS RED
BIAS GREEN
BIAS BLUE
RESET
SEL.
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:
ADJ.
OFF
EXIT RETURN
7. Adjust the white balance using the and buttons.
Making the Low Tone adjustments
This feature allows more detailed tone to be reproduced
especially in dark areas.
Example: Setting “2”
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “VIDEO SETTINGS”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “VIDEO SETTINGS” screen appears.
GAIN RED
* If neither the or button is pressed within 5 seconds,
the current setting is stored into memory and the previous
screen reappears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “NEXT PAGE”.
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “LOW TONE”.
3. Use the and buttons to select “2”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
Information
Adjusting the white balance
GAIN R/G/B ..... White balance adjustment for signal
level
BIAS R/G/B ..... White balance adjustment for black
level
RESET ............ Resets settings to the factory default
values. Use and buttons to select
“ON”, then press the MENU/ENTER
button.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “RESET” under the WHITE BALANCE menu.
VIDEO SETTINGS
PREVIOUS PAGE
COLOR TEMP.
: MEDIUM
GAMMA
: 2
LOW TONE
: 2
COLORVIEW
SEL.
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “GAMMA”.
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
→1↔2↔3↔4←
VIDEO SETTINGS
PREVIOUS PAGE
COLOR TEMP.
: MEDIUM
GAMMA
: 3
LOW TONE
: AUTO
COLORVIEW
ADJ.
2/2
LOW TONE settings
AUTO ....... Will automatically appraise the picture and
make adjustments.
1 ............... Will apply the dither method suitable for
still pictures.
2 ............... Will apply the dither method suitable for
motion pictures.
3 ............... Will apply the error diffusion method.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “NEXT PAGE”.
or
Information
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “VIDEO SETTINGS”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “VIDEO SETTINGS” screen appears.
or
→ AUTO ↔ 1 ↔ 2 ↔ 3 ←
Changing the Gamma Curve
This feature adjusts the brightness of the midtone areas
while keeping shadows and highlights unchanged.
Example: Setting “3”
4. Use the and buttons to select “3”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
2/2
EXIT RETURN
Information
GAMMA settings
The picture becomes darker as the number increases
(in the sequence of 1, 2, 3, 4).
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
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ColorView™
Use this procedure to adjust hue and color density for red,
green, blue, yellow, magenta and cyan.
You can accentuate the green color of trees, the blue of
the sky, etc.
Example: Adjusting the blue
Audio Settings Menu
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “VIDEO SETTINGS”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “VIDEO SETTINGS” screen appears.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “AUDIO SETTINGS”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “AUDIO SETTINGS” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “NEXT PAGE”.
2. To adjust the bass ...
Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “BASS”.
Adjusting the treble, bass and left/right
balance and audio input select
The treble, bass and left/right balance can be adjusted to
suit your tastes.
Example: Adjusting the bass
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “COLORVIEW”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “COLORVIEW” screen appears.
3. Adjust the bass using the and buttons.
AUDIO SETTINGS
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
AUDIO INPUT1
: VIDEO1
AUDIO INPUT2
: HD/DVD1
AUDIO INPUT3
: RGB1
4. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “BLUE”.
5. Adjust using the and buttons.
COLORVIEW
RED
GREEN
BLUE
YELLOW
MAGENTA
CYAN
RESET
SEL.
SEL.
:
ADJ.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
To continue adjusting the audio ...
Repeat from step 2.
OFF
EXIT RETURN
Note : If “CAN NOT ADJUST” appears...
Set “AUDIO INPUT” on the AUDIO menu correctly.
* If neither the or button is pressed within 5 seconds,
the current selection is stored into memory and the
previous screen reappears.
To continue making other adjustments...
Repeat from step 4.
Information
Audio settings menu
BASS .............. Controls the level of low frequency
sound.
TREBLE .......... Controls the level of high frequency
sound.
BALANCE ....... Controls the balance of the left and
right channels.
Information
COLORVIEW settings
RED ................ Makes red’s adjustment
GREEN ........... Makes green’s adjustment
BLUE ............... Makes blue’s adjustment
YELLOW ......... Makes yellow’s adjustment
MAGENTA ...... Makes magenta’s adjustment
CYAN .............. Makes cyan’s adjustment
RESET ............ Resets settings to the factory default
value. Use and buttons to select
“ON”, then press the MENU/ENTER
button.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
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Setting the allocation of the audio connectors
Setting the AUDIO 1, 2, and 3 connectors to the desired
input.
Example: Setting “AUDIO INPUT1” to “VIDEO 2”
Monitor Settings Menu
Adjusting the Position, Size, Fine Picture, Picture Adj
The position of the image can be adjusted and flickering
of the image can be corrected.
Example: Adjusting the vertical position in the
NARROW mode
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “AUDIO SETTINGS”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “AUDIO SETTINGS” screen appears.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “MONITOR
SETTINGS”, then press the MENU/ENTER button.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “AUDIO INPUT1”.
3. To set the AUDIO INPUT1 to “VIDEO2”...
Use the and buttons to select “VIDEO2”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or button is pressed:
The available sources depend on the setting of “BNC
INPUT”.
The “MONITOR SETTINGS” menu appears.
(only for RGB/PC setting)
MONITOR SETTINGS
ASPECT MODE
: NARROW
V-POSITION
H-POSITION
V-HEIGHT
H-WIDTH
AUTO PICTURE
: OFF
FINE PICTURE
PICTURE ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
SEL.
ADJ.
→ VIDEO1 ↔ VIDEO2 ↔ VIDEO3 ↔ HD/DVD1←
→MONLINK ↔RGB2 ↔RGB1 ←
→
COMP.: VIDEO1 ↔ VIDEO2 ↔ VIDEO3↔ HD/DVD1←
→MONLINK ↔RGB1 ↔HD/DVD2 ←
RGB:
* The settings on the MONITOR SETTINGS menu are
not preset at the factory.
AUDIO SETTINGS
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
AUDIO INPUT1
: VIDEO2
AUDIO INPUT2
: HD/DVD1
AUDIO INPUT3
: RGB1
To select a mode ...
Use the and buttons to select a mode.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
or
NARROW ↔ STANDARD
SEL.
ADJ.
* The mode can also be switched by pressing the
FORMAT button on the remote control.
EXIT RETURN
Information
2. To adjust the vertical position ...
Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “V-POSITION”.
AUDIO INPUT
A single audio input cannot be selected as the audio
channel for more than one input terminal.
MONITOR SETTINGS
ASPECT MODE
: NARROW
V-POSITION
H-POSITION
V-HEIGHT
H-WIDTH
AUTO PICTURE
: OFF
FINE PICTURE
PICTURE ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
SEL.
ADJ.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
3. Adjust using the and buttons.
V-POSITION
* If neither the or button is pressed within 5 seconds,
the current setting is stored into memory and the previous
screen reappears.
To continue making other computer image
adjustments ...
Repeat from step 2.
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2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “MENU”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “MENU” menu appears.
Information
When “AUTO PICTURE” is “OFF”
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “DISPLAY MENU”.
MONITOR SETTINGS
ASPECT MODE
: STANDARD
V-POSITION
H-POSITION
V-HEIGHT
H-WIDTH
: OFF
AUTO PICTURE
FINE PICTURE
PICTURE ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
SEL.
ADJ.
4. To set the DISPLAY MENU to “OFF”...
Use the and buttons to select “OFF”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
or
ON ↔ OFF
MENU
DISPLAY MENU
MENU ADJUST
MENU ORBITER
When Auto Picture is off, the Fine Picture and the
Picture ADJ. items are displayed so that you can adjust
them.
Adjusting the Auto Picture
ON ................... The Picture ADJ., Fine Picture and
Position adjustments are made
automatically.
Not available for digital ZOOM.
OFF ................. The Picture ADJ., Fine Picture and
Position adjustments are made
manually.
* If FINE PICTURE can’t be adjusted, set AUTO
PICTURE to OFF and adjust manually.
SEL.
:
:
:
ADJ.
OFF
1
OFF
EXIT RETURN
Information
DISPLAY MENU settings
ON ............ The on-screen menu appears.
OFF .......... The on-screen menu does not appear.
If you press the INFO button on the remote control for
more than 3 seconds the main menu will appear and
can be set (although it is not ON).
Adjusting the position of the image
V-POSITION ... Adjusts the vertical position of the
image.
H-POSITION ... Adjusts the horizontal position of the
image.
V-HEIGHT ....... Adjusts the vertical size of the image.
(Except for STRETCH mode)
H-WIDTH ......... Adjusts the horizontal size of the
image. (Except for STRETCH mode)
FINE PICTURE* .. Adjusts for flickering.
PICTURE ADJ.* ... Adjusts for striped patterns on the
image.
* The PICTURE ADJ. and FINE PICTURE features are
available only when the AUTO PICTURE is off.
* The AUTO PICTURE, FINE PICTURE and PICTURE
ADJ. are available only for RGB signals.
These features are not available for moving pictures on
VIDEO, HD/DVD or RGB.
MENU ADJUST settings
Adjusts the screen position of the menu.
The position can be set between 1 to 6.
MENU ORBITER settings
ON ........ The position of the menu will be shifted by
eight dots each time it is displayed.
OFF ...... The on-screen menu (OSM) will be
displayed at the same position.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults except for AUTO PICTURE.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults except for Auto Picture.
Option1 Settings Menu
Setting the on-screen menu
This sets the position of the menu, the display format
(horizontal or vertical) etc.
Example: Turning the DISPLAY MENU off
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION1”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION1” menu appears.
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Setting the BNC connectors
Select whether to set the input of the 5 BNC connectors to
RGB or component.
Example: Set the BNC INPUT mode to “COMP.”
Setting a computer image to the correct RGB
select screen
Example: Setting the “RGB SELECT” mode to
“MOTION ”
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION1”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION1” screen appears.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION1”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION1” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “BNC INPUT”.
3. To set the BNC INPUT mode to “COMP.”...
Use the and buttons to select “COMP.”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
or
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “RGB SELECT”.
3. To set the RGB select mode to “MOTION” ...
Use the and buttons to select “MOTION”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or
button is pressed:
RGB ↔ COMP.
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
→ AUTO ↔ STILL ↔ MOTION ↔ WIDE1 ↔ WIDE2 ↔ DTV ←
1/3
OPTION1
MENU
BNC INPUT
RGB SELECT
HD SELECT
INPUT SKIP
ALL RESET
:
:
:
:
:
COMP.
AUTO
1080B
OFF
OFF
1/3
OPTION1
MENU
BNC INPUT
RGB SELECT
HD SELECT
INPUT SKIP
ALL RESET
EXIT RETURN
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
Information
BNC INPUT Settings
RGB ......... Use the 5BNC terminals for RGB input.
COMP. ...... Use the 3BNC terminals for component
input.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
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:
:
:
:
:
RGB
MOTION
1080B
OFF
OFF
EXIT RETURN
Information
Information
RGB SELECT modes
One of these 6 modes must be selected in order to
display the following signals correctly.
AUTO .............. Select the suitable mode for the
specifications of input signals as
listed in the table “Table of Signals
Supported” on page 40.
STILL .............. To display VESA standard signals.
(Use this mode for a still image from
a computer.)
MOTION .......... The video signal (from a scan
converter) will be converted to RGB
signals to make the picture more
easily viewable. (Use this mode for a
motion image from a computer.)
WIDE1 ............. When an 852 dot 480 line signal
with a horizontal frequency of
31.7kHz is input, the image may be
compressed horizontally. To prevent
this, set RGB SELECT to WIDE1.
WIDE2 ............. When an 848 dot 480 line signal
with a horizontal frequency of 31.0
kHz is input, the image may be
compressed horizontally. To prevent
this, set RGB SELECT to WIDE2.
DTV ................. Set this mode when watching digital
broadcasting (480P).
See page 40 for the details of the above settings.
HD SELECT modes
1080B ............... Standard digital broadcasts
1035I ............... Japanese “High Vision” signal format
1080A ............... Special Digital broadcasts (for
example : DTC100)
Setting the Input Skip
When this is ON, inputs with signals which are not present
will be skipped over and inputs whose signals are being
transmitted will be displayed.
This setting is valid only for the INPUT SELECT button
on the unit.
Example: Set to “ON”
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION1”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION1” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “INPUT SKIP”.
3. To set the INPUT SKIP mode to “ON”...
Use the and buttons to select “ON”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
1/3
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
:
:
:
:
:
EXIT RETURN
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
→1080B ↔ 1035I ↔ 1080A ←
OPTION1
RGB
AUTO
1080B
ON
OFF
INPUT SKIP settings
OFF ........... Regardless of the presence of the signal,
scan and display all inputs.
ON ............. If no input signal is present, skip that input.
* “SETTING NOW” will appear during the input search.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “HD SELECT”.
MENU
BNC INPUT
RGB SELECT
HD SELECT
INPUT SKIP
ALL RESET
:
:
:
:
:
Information
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION1”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION1” screen appears.
or
1/3
OPTION1
MENU
BNC INPUT
RGB SELECT
HD SELECT
INPUT SKIP
ALL RESET
Setting high definition images to the suitable
screen size
Use this procedure to set whether the number of vertical
lines of the input high definition image is 1035 or 1080.
Example: Setting the “1080B” mode to “1035I”
or
OFF ↔ ON
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
3. To set the HD SELECT mode to “1035I” ...
Use the and buttons to select “1035I”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
RGB
AUTO
1035 I
OFF
OFF
EXIT RETURN
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Resetting to the default values
Use this operation to restore all the settings (PICTURE,
AUDIO, IMAGE ADJUST, OPTION1~3, etc) to the
factory default values.
Option2 Settings Menu
Setting the power management for computer
images
This energy-saving (power management) function
automatically reduces the monitor’s power consumption
if no operation is performed for a certain amount of time.
Example: Turning the power management function on
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION1”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION1” screen appears.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION2”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION2” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “ALL RESET”.
1/3
OPTION1
MENU
BNC INPUT
RGB SELECT
HD SELECT
INPUT SKIP
ALL RESET
:
:
:
:
:
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “PWR. MGT.”.
RGB
AUTO
1080B
OFF
OFF
3. To turn the power management function on ...
Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to select “ON”.
The mode switches as follows each time the 䊴 or
button is pressed:
EXIT RETURN
ON ↔ OFF
3. Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to select “ON”, then press the
MENU/ENTER button.
OPTION2
PREVIOUS PAGE
PWR. MGT.
:
FILM MODE
:
LONG LIFE
GRAY LEVEL
:
S1/S2
:
1/3
OPTION1
MENU
BNC INPUT
RGB SELECT
HD SELECT
INPUT SKIP
ALL RESET
:
:
:
:
:
NEXT PAGE
MENU/ENTER OK
SEL.
䊳
RGB
AUTO
1080B
OFF
ON
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
2/3
ON
ON
2
OFF
EXIT RETURN
Information
EXIT RETURN
䡵 Power management function
ALL RESET
* The power management function automatically reduces
the monitor’s power consumption if the computer’s
keyboard or mouse is not operated for a certain amount
of time. This function can be used when using the
monitor with a computer.
* If the computer’s power is not turned on the system is
set to the off state.
* For instructions on using the computer’s power
management function, refer to the computer’s operating
instructions.
SETTING NOW
When the “SETTING NOW” screen disappears, all the
settings have been restored to their default values.
䡵 Power management settings
ON ........ In this mode the power management function
is turned on.
OFF ...... In this mode the power management function
is turned off.
䡵 Power management function and POWER/
STANDBY indicator
The POWER/STANDBY indicator indicates the status
of the power management function. See page 25 for
indicator status and description.
䡵 Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
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POWER/STANDBY indicator
Reducing burn-in of the screen
Power
management
mode
POWER/
STANDBY
indicator
Power
management
operating status
Description
On
Green
Not activated.
Horizontal and vertical Picture already on.
synchronizing signals
are present from the
computer.
Off
Activated.
Red
Turning the picture
back on
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION2”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION2” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “LONG LIFE”, then
press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “LONG LIFE” screen appears.
Horizontal and/or Operate the keyboard or
vertical synchronizing mouse. The picture
signals are not sent reappears.
from the computer.
PEAK BRIGHT
ORBITER
INVERSE
SOFT FOCUS
Setting the picture to suit the movie
The film image is automatically discriminated and
projected in an image mode suited to the picture.
[NTSC, PAL, PAL60, 480I (60Hz), 525I (60Hz), 576I
(50Hz), 625I (50Hz), 1035I (60Hz), 1080I (60Hz) only]
Example: Setting the “FILM MODE” to “OFF”
SEL.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “FILM MODE”.
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
Information
䊴
or
䡵 Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
䊳
ON ↔ OFF
OPTION2
PREVIOUS PAGE
PWR. MGT.
:
FILM MODE
:
LONG LIFE
GRAY LEVEL
:
S1/S2
:
ADJ.
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
3. Set the LONG LIFE mode using ▲▼䊴 and 䊳 buttons.
See below to set PEAK BRIGHT.
See page 26 to set ORBITER.
See page 26 to set INVERSE.
See page 28 to set SOFT FOCUS.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION2”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION2” screen appears.
3. To set the FILM MODE to “OFF” ...
Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to select “OFF”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
LONG LIFE
:
:
:
:
2/3
OFF
OFF
PEAK BRIGHT
Use this to activate the brightness limiter.
Example: Setting “PEAK BRIGHT” to “LOCK1”
2
OFF
Perform Steps 1-2 of Reducing burn-in of the screen, then...
EXIT RETURN
Information
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “PEAK BRIGHT”.
䡵 FILM MODE
ON ................... Automatic discrimination of the
image and projection in FILM
MODE.
OFF ................... FILM MODE does not function.
4. Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to select “LOCK1”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
䊴
or
䊳
→AUTO ↔ LOCK1 ↔ LOCK2 ↔ LOCK3←
䡵 Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the
factory defaults.
PEAK BRIGHT
ORBITER
INVERSE
SOFT FOCUS
SEL.
LONG LIFE
:
:
:
:
ADJ.
LOCK1
OFF
OFF
OFF
EXIT RETURN
Information
䡵 PEAK BRIGHT settings
AUTO .............. The brightness of the screen is
adjusted automatically to suit the
picture quality.
LOCK1, 2, 3 .... Sets maximum brightness.
The brightness level decreases in the
order of LOCK 1, 2, 3. LOCK 3
provides minimum brightness.
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ORBITER
ORBITER - Uneven phosphor aging/burn-in reduction
feature. To minimize the risk of uneven phosphor aging/
burn-in when displaying still images, the Mitsubishi PD5030 and PD-6130 offers a built-in feature known as
ORBITER. The ORBITER feature intermittently shifts
the screen image horizontally and vertically in small
increments. This intermittent screen movement is
usually not evident in full motion video. In some
instances the ORBITER shift might be evident while
displaying static guides or menus. The default setting
for ORBITER is On (AUTO1). Mitsubishi chose this
setting to help reduce uneven phosphor aging. Please
do not shut the ORBITER off.
Adjust the ORBITER function manually
Set the amount of shift and the time between movement.
Example: Setting so that the picture moves 2 dots
horizontally and 3 lines vertically every 3 minutes.
Perform Steps 1-3 of ORBITER, then...
4. Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to select “MANUAL”, Then
press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “ORBITER” screen appears.
5. Adjust the items using the ▲▼䊴 and 䊳 buttons.
The mode switches as follows each time the 䊴 or
button is pressed:
• H-DOT
→1 DOT ↔ 2 DOT ↔ ..... ↔ 19 DOT ↔ 20 DOT←
Example: Setting “ORBITER” to “OFF”
• V-LINE
Perform Steps 1-2 of Reducing burn-in of the screen, then...
→1 LINE ↔ 2 LINE ↔ ..... ↔ 19 LINE ↔ 20 LINE←
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “ORBITER”.
4. Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to select “OFF”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
• TIME
䊴
or
䊳
→1 M ↔ 2 M ↔ 3 M ↔ 4 M ↔ 5 M←
→OFF ↔ AUTO1 ↔ AUTO2 ↔ MANUAL←
PEAK BRIGHT
ORBITER
INVERSE
SOFT FOCUS
LONG LIFE
:
:
:
:
ORBITER
H-DOT
V-LINE
TIME
ADJ.
:
:
:
2 DOT
4 LINE
3M
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SEL.
SEL.
䊳
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
Information
EXIT RETURN
䡵 ORBITER Function settings
H-DOT .......... Moves from 1 to 20 dots in the
horizontal direction.
V-LINE .......... Moves from 1 to 20 lines in the vertical
direction.
TIME ............ Interval of 1~5 minutes (1 horizontal
dot or 1 vertical line per interval).
Information
䡵 ORBITER settings
OFF .............. ORBITER mode does not function.
AUTO1 .......... When a RGB signal is input, the picture
moves around the screen intermittently,
making the picture smaller.
When a Video or DVD/HD/DTV signal
is input, the picture moves around the
screen intermittently. But in this case,
it will affect only the moving picture
and will not make the screen smaller.
INVERSE
Use this to set the inverse mode or to display a white screen.
Example: Setting “INVERSE” to “WHITE”
Perform Steps 1-2 of Reducing burn-in of the screen, then...
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “INVERSE”.
AUTO2 ......... When a RGB signal is input, the picture
moves around the screen intermittently,
making the picture bigger.
When a Video or DVD/HD/DTV signal
is input, the picture moves around the
screen intermittently. But in this case,
it will affect only the moving picture
and will not make the screen bigger.
4. Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to select “WHITE”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
→OFF ↔ ON ↔ WHITE←
PEAK BRIGHT
ORBITER
INVERSE
SOFT FOCUS
MANUAL ...... User can adjust the ORBITER functions
(Horizontal Dot, Vertical Line and
Time) manually. See the following
explanation.
SEL.
26
LONG LIFE
:
:
:
:
ADJ.
AUTO
OFF
WHITE
OFF
EXIT RETURN
䊴
or
䊳
Information
Information
䡵 INVERSE Settings
ON ......... The picture is displayed alternately between
positive image and negative image.
You can set the time by pressing the MENU/
ENTER button while “ON” is set.
OFF ....... Inverse mode does not function.
WHITE ...The entire screen turns white.
You can set the time by pressing the MENU/
ENTER button while “ON” is set.
䡵 Setting the time
WORKING TIME ..... Set the time duration for
“INVERSE/WHITE”.
When the WORKING TIME is set
to “ON” the mode will stay on.
WAITING TIME ...... Set the standby time until the
“INVERSE/WHITE” mode starts.
* The “WAITING TIME” can not be set when the
“WORKING TIME” is ON.
* The “WORKING TIME” and “WAITING TIME” can
be set for up to 12 hours and 45 minutes in units of 3
minutes.
* At the completion of a WORKING TIME function, the
monitor will enter STANDBY mode.
[Example]
WORKING TIME: 01H30M
WAITING TIME: 02H00M
←−−−− 2 H −−−−→←−− 1.5 H −−→←−−−−
Setting the time for INVERSE/WHITE
Set a time duration.
Example: Set the INVERSE mode to start in 2 hours
and proceed for one and a half hours.
1. On the Main Menu, select “OPTION 2”, then press the
MENU/ENTER button. The “OPTION 2” screen
appears.
Start
䡵 To select “ON” for the “WORKING TIME”...
Set the hours of the working time to 0H and the minutes
to 0M. “ON” will be displayed.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “LONG LIFE”, then
press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “LONG LIFE” screen appears.
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “INVERSE”.
4. Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to select “ON”, then press the
MENU/ENTER button.
The “INVERSE/WHITE” screen appears.
5. Adjust the time using the ▲▼䊴 and 䊳 buttons.
The mode switches as follows each time the 䊴 or
button is pressed:
• WORKING TIME
䊳
→ON ↔ 00H03M ↔ 00H06M ↔ ..... ↔ 12H42M ↔ 12H45M←
• WAITING TIME
→00H03M ↔ 00H06M ↔ 00H09M ↔ ... ↔ 12H42M ↔ 12H45M←
INVERSE/WHITE
WORKING TIME
: 01H30M
WAITING TIME
: 02H00M
SEL.
ADJ.
INVERSE/WHITE Start STAND BY
EXIT RETURN
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Setting the gray level for the sides of the screen
Use this procedure to set the gray level for the parts on the
screen on which nothing is displayed when the screen is
set to the 4:3 size.
Example: Adjusting the “GRAY LEVEL”
SOFT FOCUS
Reduces edges and softens the image.
Example: Setting “SOFT FOCUS” to “2”
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION2”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION2” screen appears.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION2”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION2” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “LONG LIFE”, then
press the MENU/ENTER button. The “LONG LIFE”
screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “GRAY LEVEL”.
3. To adjust the “GRAY LEVEL”...
Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to adjust the GRAY LEVEL.
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “SOFT FOCUS”.
4. Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to select “2”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
䊴
or
OPTION2
PREVIOUS PAGE
PWR. MGT.
:
FILM MODE
:
LONG LIFE
GRAY LEVEL
:
S1/S2
:
䊳
→OFF ↔ 1 ↔ 2 ↔ 3 ↔ 4
PEAK BRIGHT
ORBITER
INVERSE
SOFT FOCUS
SEL.
LONG LIFE
:
:
:
:
ADJ.
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
AUTO
OFF
OFF
2
2/3
OFF
ON
2
OFF
EXIT RETURN
Information
䡵 GRAY LEVEL settings
This adjusts the brightness of the black (the gray level)
for the sides of the screen.
The level can be adjusted from 0 to 15. The factory
setting is 2 (gray). This setting helps minimize uneven
phosphor aging.
EXIT RETURN
Information
䡵 SOFT FOCUS settings
OFF ............ Turns the SOFT FOCUS function off.
1, 2, 3, 4 ..... Activates the SOFT FOCUS setting. The
higher numbers create a softer image.
䡵 Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
Setting the screen size for S1/S2 video input
If the S-video signal contains screen size information, the
image will be automatically adjusted to fit the screen when
this S1/S2 is set to AUTO.
This feature is available only when an S-video signal is
input via the VIDEO3 terminal.
Example: Setting the “S1/S2” to “AUTO”
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION2”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION2” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “S1/S2”.
3. Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to select “AUTO”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
OFF ↔ AUTO
OPTION2
PREVIOUS PAGE
PWR. MGT.
:
FILM MODE
:
LONG LIFE
GRAY LEVEL
:
S1/S2
:
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
28
2/3
OFF
ON
2
AUTO
EXIT RETURN
䊴
or
䊳
Setting the signal and black level for DVI
signal
Choose the signal for the DVI connector (PC or STB/
DVD) and set the black level.
Example: Setting the “PLUG/PLAY” mode to “STB/
DVD”
Information
䡵 S1/S2 settings
AUTO .....Adjusts the screen size automatically
according to the S1/S2 video signal.
OFF ....... Turns the S1/S2 function off.
䡵 Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION2”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION2” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “DVI SET UP”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “DVI SET UP” screen appears.
3. To set PLUG/PLAY mode to “STB/DVD”...
Use the 䊴 and 䊳 buttons to select “STB/DVD”.
The mode switches as follows each time the 䊴 or
button is pressed:
PLUG/PLAY:
PC ↔ STB/DVD
BLACK LEVEL: LOW ↔ HIGH
PLUG/PLAY
BLACK LEVEL
SEL.
DVI SET UP
:
:
ADJ.
䊳
STB/DVD
HIGH
EXIT RETURN
Information
䡵 PLUG/PLAY settings
PC .............. When connected to the PC signal.
STB/DVD .... When connected to the SET TOP BOX,
DVD etc.
䡵 BLACK LEVEL settings
LOW ........... When connected to the PC signal.
HIGH .......... When connected to the SET TOP BOX,
DVD etc. Change “HIGH” into “LOW”
if the black level appears gray.
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Option3 Settings Menu
• DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
Using the timer
This function sets the monitor to turn ON/OFF
automatically at a set time.
• Day
ON ↔ OFF
→SUNDAY ↔ MONDAY ↔ ..... ↔ FRIDAY ↔ SATURDAY←
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION3”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION3” screen appears.
• Hour/Minutes
→ 00:00 ↔ 00:01 ↔ 00:02 ↔ ..... ↔ 23:58 ↔ 23:59←
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “TIMER”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “TIMER” screen appears.
5. Once the setting is completed...
Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “SET”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
TIMER
PRESENT TIME
PROGRAM
:
6. The adjustments are stored. Press the “EXIT” button to
return to the TIMER menu.
OFF
PRESENT TIME
RETURN
DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME
SEL.
EXIT RETURN
MENU/ENTER OK
SET
SEL.
PRESENT TIME
This sets the day of the week and present time.
Example: Setting “WEDNESDAY”, “22:05”
* If you press the EXIT button instead of the MENU/
ENTER button in step 5, the settings will not be saved.
Perform Steps 1-2 of Using the timer, then...
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “PRESENT TIME”,
then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “PRESENT TIME” screen appears.
PRESENT TIME
OFF
WEDNESDAY
13 : 00 : 00
EXIT RETURN
ADJ.
4. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select the item, then adjust
using the and buttons.
PRESENT TIME
RETURN
DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME
:
OFF
WEDNESDAY
22 : 05 : 00
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
EXIT RETURN
PRESENT TIME settings
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
........................ Use to set DAYLIGHT SAVING
TIME.
ON: The present time + 1 hour.
OFF: Cancelled
Day ................ Set the day of the week (e.g. Sunday).
Hour .............. Set the hour in the 24-hour format
(range 00 to 23).
Minutes ......... Set the minutes (range 00 to 59).
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
SEL.
MENU/ENTER OK
Information
Information
:
OFF
WEDNESDAY
22 : 05 : 00
3. Set the TIMER using ▲▼ and buttons.
See below to set PRESENT TIME.
See page 31 to set PROGRAM.
RETURN
DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME
:
or
30
INPUT ..................... Set the input mode that will be
displayed when the timer is on.
FUNCTION ............. Set the LONG LIFE function.
PROGRAM TIMER
This sets the day and time at which the power will be
switched ON/OFF as well as the input mode.
Example: Setting so that the power will be switched
on at 8:30 A.M., Monday, displaying RGB2 source,
and switched off at 10:30 A.M.
To reset the program
1. Align the cursor with the DATE field that you wish
to reset.
2. Using
/
buttons, select “–”.
3. Press the “MENU/ENTER” button.
Perform Steps 1-2 of Using the TIMER, then...
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “PROGRAM”.
Special characters in the PROGRAM TIMER
screen
TIMER
PRESENT TIME
PROGRAM
SEL.
:
ADJ.
OFF
PROGRAM TIMER
ON
OFF INPUT FUNCTION
DATE
INVERSE
RGB2
MON 08 : 30 10 : 30
—
- - : - - 18 : 15
—
TUE
WHITE
08 : 30 12 : 15 VIDEO1
SAT
—
*FRI 08 : 30 10 : 00 HD/DVD1
—
--:---:-—
—
WHITE
08 : 30 12 : 15 VIDEO1
SAT
—
15 : 30 16 : 00
RGB1
*
EXIT RETURN
SEL. ZOOM ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
4. Use the and buttons to select “ON”, then press the
MENU/ENTER button.
The “PROGRAM TIMER” screen appears.
5. Adjust using the and buttons and ZOOM
buttons.
• An asterisk “*” in the DATE field
An asterisk “*” means “every”. For example, “*FRI”
means every Friday and “*” means everyday.
• A hyphen “-” in the ON field or OFF field
If any hyphen remains in the ON field or OFF field, the
FUNCTION can not be set.
• A hyphen “-” in the FUNCTION field
A hyphen “-” means last mode (the mode that was last
selected at the time the power was switched off).
/
PROGRAM TIMER
ON
OFF INPUT FUNCTION
DATE
INVERSE
RGB2
MON 08 : 30 10 : 30
—
--:-—
--:-—
—
—
--:---:-—
—
—
:
:
—
—
—
--:---:-—
—
—
--:---:-—
—
--:---:-—
—
EXIT RETURN
SEL. ZOOM ADJ.
Setting the power on mode
This function sets the input mode at the time the power is
switched on.
Example: Setting “VIDEO2”
The mode switches as follows each time the ZOOM
/
buttons are pressed:
• Date
→ — ↔ SUN ↔ MON ↔ ... ↔ SAT ↔ * ↔ *SUN ↔ *MON ↔ ... ↔ *SAT←
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION3”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION3” screen appears.
• ON/OFF Hour
→ 00 ↔ 01 ↔ 02 ↔ ..... ↔ 21 ↔ 22 ↔ 23←
• Minute
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “PWR. ON MODE”.
→ 00 ↔ 01 ↔ 02 ↔ ..... ↔ 57 ↔ 58 ↔ 59←
3. To set the PWR. ON MODE to “VIDEO2”...
Use the and buttons to select “VIDEO2”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or button is pressed:
The available inputs depend on the setting of “BNC
INPUT”.
RGB:
• INPUT
→ — ↔ LAST ↔ VIDEO1 ↔ VIDEO2 ↔ VIDEO3 ↔ HD/DVD1 ←
→ MONLINK ↔ RGB2 ↔ RGB1 ↔ HD/DVD2 ←
• FUNCTION
→ — ↔ ORBITER ↔ INVERSE ↔ WHITE ↔ DELETE←
→ LAST ↔ VIDEO1 ↔ VIDEO2 ↔ VIDEO3 ←
COMP:
Information
→ MONLINK ↔ RGB2 ↔ RGB1 ↔ HD/DVD1 ←
→ LAST ↔ VIDEO1 ↔ VIDEO2 ↔ VIDEO3 ←
PROGRAM TIMER settings
DATE ....................... Set the day of the week (e.g.
Sunday).
ON (hour, minutes) .... Set the time at which the power
will be turned on in the 24-hour
format.
OFF (hour, minutes) ... Set the time at which the power
will be turned off in the 24-hour
format.
→ MONLINK ↔ RGB1 ↔ HD/DVD2 ↔ HD/DVD1 ←
OPTION3
PREVIOUS PAGE
TIMER
PWR. ON MODE
:
BUTTON LOCK
:
IR REMOTE
:
LOOP OUT
:
SEL.
31
ADJ.
3/3
VIDEO2
OFF
ON
OFF
EXIT RETURN
Enabling/disabling remote control wireless
transmission
This function enables/disables remote control wireless
transmission.
Example: Setting “OFF”
Information
PWR. ON MODE settings
LAST .......................... Last mode (the mode that was
last selected at the time the
power was switched off).
VIDEO1, 2, 3 ............. VIDEO input mode.
RGB1, 2, MONLINK .. RGB input mode.
HD/DVD1, 2 ............... HD/DVD input mode.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION3”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION3” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “IR REMOTE”.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
3. To set the IR REMOTE to “OFF”...
Use the and buttons to select “OFF”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The mode switches as follows each time the or button is pressed:
Enabling/disabling the front panel controls
This function enables/disables the front panel controls.
Example: Setting “ON”
OFF ↔ ON
OPTION3
PREVIOUS PAGE
TIMER
PWR. ON MODE
:
BUTTON LOCK
:
IR REMOTE
:
LOOP OUT
:
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION3”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION3” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “BUTTON LOCK”.
SEL.
3. To set the BUTTON LOCK to “ON”...
Use the and buttons to select “ON”, then press the
MENU/ENTER button.
The mode switches as follows each time the or button is pressed:
SEL.
ADJ.
LAST
OFF
OFF
OFF
EXIT RETURN
Information
IR REMOTE settings
ON ...... Enables remote control wireless transmission.
OFF .... Disables remote control wireless transmission.
Set “OFF” to avoid unwanted control from
other remote controls.
OFF ↔ ON
OPTION3
PREVIOUS PAGE
TIMER
PWR. ON MODE
:
BUTTON LOCK
:
IR REMOTE
:
LOOP OUT
:
ADJ.
3/3
3/3
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
LAST
ON
ON
OFF
EXIT RETURN
Information
BUTTON LOCK settings
ON ...... Disables the buttons on the front panel.
OFF .... Enables the buttons on the front panel.
* Even when the BUTTON LOCK is set, the POWER
switch will not be locked.
* This becomes effective when the on-screen menu goes
out.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
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Loop Out setting
When this feature is set to ON, the received signal will be
looped out.
Example: Setting “ON”
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “OPTION3”, then press
the MENU/ENTER button.
The “OPTION3” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “LOOP OUT”.
3. To set the LOOP OUT to “ON”...
Use the and buttons to select “ON”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed:
or
OFF ↔ ON
OPTION3
PREVIOUS PAGE
TIMER
PWR. ON MODE
:
BUTTON LOCK
:
IR REMOTE
:
LOOP OUT
:
SEL.
ADJ.
3/3
LAST
OFF
ON
ON
EXIT RETURN
Information
LOOP OUT settings
ON ...... The received signal will be looped out via PC1
terminal or VIDEO1 terminal.
OFF .... The received signal will not loop out.
* Even if LOOP OUT is ON, signals won’t be sent out if
POWER is being turned off.
To connect another display...
See page 10.
If the RGB/PC1 signal is present at the time
the power switched on...
The RGB/PC1 input will be displayed regardless of the
setting of LOOP OUT.
Restoring the factory default settings
Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note
that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
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Language Settings Menu
Information
Setting the language for the menus
The menu display can be set to one of seven languages:
English, German, French, Swedish, Italian, Spanish or
Chinese.
Example: Setting the menu display to “DEUTSCH”
Video signal formats
Different countries use different formats for video
signals. 3.58 NTSC is the standard format used in the
United States.
AUTO .............. The color systems are automatically
identified and the format is set
accordingly.
PAL .................. This is the standard format used
mainly in the United Kingdom and
Germany.
SECAM ............. This is the standard format used
mainly in France and Russia.
4.43 NTSC,
PAL60 ............. This format is used for videos in
countries using PAL and SECAM
video signals.
3.58 NTSC ...... This is the standard format used
mainly in the United States and Japan.
PAL-M ............. This is the standard format used
mainly in Brazil.
PAL-N .............. This is the standard format used
mainly in Argentina.
1. On the MAIN MENU (NEXT PAGE), select
“LANGUAGE”, then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “LANGUAGE” screen appears.
2. To select “DEUTSCH” ...
Use the and buttons to select “ DEUTSCH”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or
buttons is pressed:
→ ENGLISH ↔ DEUTSCH ↔ FRANÇAIS ←
→
↔ SVENSKA ↔ ITALIANO ↔ ESPAÑOL ←
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
:
ADJ.
MENU/ENTER OK
DEUTSCH
EXIT RETURN
Source Information Menu
Information
Checking the frequencies, polarities of input
signals, and resolution
Use this function to check the frequencies and polarities
of the signals currently being input from a computer, etc.
Press the MENU/ENTER button on the remote control to
display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
Language settings
ENGLISH ........ English
DEUTSCH ....... German
FRANÇAIS ...... French
ESPAÑOL ....... Spanish
ITALIANO ........ Italian
SVENSKA ....... Swedish
................... Chinese
1. On the MAIN MENU (NEXT PAGE), select “SOURCE
INFORMATION”, then press the MENU/ENTER
button.
2. The “SOURCE INFORMATION” is displayed.
Color System Settings Menu
Setting the video signal format
Use these operations to set the color systems of composite
video signals or Y/C input signals.
Example: Setting the color system to “3.58 NTSC”
H. FREQ
V. FREQ
1. On the MAIN MENU (NEXT PAGE), select “COLOR
SYSTEM”, then press the MENU/ENTER button.
The “COLOR SYSTEM” screen appears.
2. To select “ 3.58NTSC ” ...
Use the and buttons to select “ 3.58NTSC ”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or
button is pressed:
→ AUTO ↔ 3.58NTSC ↔ 4.43NTSC ←
COLOR SYSTEM
COLOR SYSTEM
ADJ.
H. POLARITY
V. POLARITY
:
:
MEMORY
RESOLUTION
:
:
NEG.
NEG.
24
1024×768
EXIT RETURN
PC:
MEMORY will be displayed.
Others: MODE will be displayed.
→ SECAM ↔ PAL-M ↔ PAL-N ↔ PAL60 ↔ PAL ←
:
SOURCE INFORMATION
: 48.4KHZ
: 60.0KHZ
3.58NTSC
EXIT RETURN
34
RS-232C Control
Application
RS-232C Control Codes (Reference)
These specifications cover the communications control of
the plasma monitor by external equipment.
Connections
Connections are made as described below.
External equipment
e.g., Personal computer
Display
Connector on the plasma monitor side: MONITORLINK
CONTROL/RS-232C connector.
Use a crossed (reverse) cable.
Pin Name
No Connection
RXD (Receive data)
TXD (Transmit data)
DTR (DTE side ready)
GND
DSR (DCE side ready)
RTS (Ready to send)
CTS (Clear to send)
No connection
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9
Communication Parameters
(1) Communication system
(2) Interface
(3) Baud rate
(4) Data length
(5) Parity
(6) Stop bit
(7) Communication code
CODE DATA
9FH 80H 60H 4EH 00H CDH
9FH 80H 60H 4FH 00H CEH
Input Switch Video1 (BNC)
Video2 (RCA)
Video3 (S-Video)
DVD1/HD1 (RCA)
DVD2/HD2 (BNC)
RGB1 (mini D-sub 15-pin)
RGB2 (5BNC)
MONLINK (DVI)
DFH
DFH
DFH
DFH
DFH
DFH
DFH
DFH
Audio Mute
9FH 80H 60H 3EH 00H BDH
9FH 80H 60H 3FH 00H BEH
ON
OFF
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
60H
60H
60H
60H
60H
60H
60H
60H
47H
47H
47H
47H
47H
47H
47H
47H
01H
01H
01H
01H
01H
01H
01H
01H
01H
02H
03H
05H
06H
07H
08H
0CH
08H
09H
0AH
0CH
0DH
0EH
0FH
13H
Picture Mode NORMAL
THEAT. 1
THEAT. 2
DEFAULT
DFH
DFH
DFH
DFH
80H
80H
80H
80H
60H
60H
60H
60H
OAH
OAH
OAH
OAH
01H
01H
01H
01H
01H
02H
03H
04H
CBH
CCH
CDH
CEH
Screen Mode STRETCH
EXPAND
NARROW
STANDARD
14 : 9
ZOOM
DFH
DFH
DFH
DFH
DFH
DFH
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
60H
60H
60H
60H
60H
60H
51H
51H
51H
51H
51H
51H
01H
01H
01H
01H
01H
01H
02H
03H
04H
05H
09H
0AH
13H
14H
15H
16H
1AH
1BH
Auto Picture ON
OFF
DFH 80H 60H 7FH 03H 03H 09H 00H 4DH
DFH 80H 60H 7FH 03H 03H 09H 01H 4EH
Film Mode
DFH 80H 60H C1H 01H 01H 82H
DFH 80H 60H C1H 01H 02H 83H
ON
OFF
Note: Contact MITSUBISHI for a full list of the
RS-232C Control Codes if needed.
Type of connector: D-Sub 9-pin male
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
FUNCTION
Power ON
OFF
Asynchronous
RS-232C
9600 bps
8 bits
Odd
1 bit
Hex
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Troubleshooting
If the picture quality is poor or there is some other problem, check the adjustments, operations, etc., before requesting service.
Symptom
Checks
Remedy
Picture moves intermittently around
the screen.
Is ORBITER ON (AUTO1)?
Mechanical sound is heard.
The unit emits a crackling sound.
• Maybe the sound from the cooling fans used to prevent over heating.
• Are the image and sound normal?
• If there are no abnormalities in the image
and sound, the noise is caused by the
cabinet reacting to changes in humidity. This
will not affect performance.
• Is a connected component set directly in • Leave some space between the display and
front or at the side of the display?
the connected components.
Picture is disturbed.
Sound is noisy.
Remote control operates erroneously.
The remote control does not work.
• Are the remote control’s batteries worn
out?
• Is IR REMOTE set to ON?
• Is the monitor’s power cord plugged into a
Monitor’s power does not turn on
power outlet?
when the remote control’s power
button is pressed.
• Are all the monitor’s indicators off?
• Are the remote control’s batteries worn
out?
• Is IR REMOTE set to OFF?
Monitor does not operate when the
• Is the remote control pointed at the
remote control’s buttons are pressed. monitor, or is there an obstacle between
the remote control and the monitor?
• Is direct sunlight or strong artificial light
shining on the monitor’s remote control
sensor?
• Are the remote control’s batteries worn out?
• The remote cable is plugged into the
REMOTE IN terminal (Wired).
• The front panel buttons do not function
The front panel buttons of the main
during Control Lock.
unit do not function.
No sound or picture is produced.
• Is the monitor’s power cord plugged into
a power outlet?
Picture appears but no sound is
• Is the volume set at the minimum?
produced.
• Is the mute mode set?
• Are the speakers properly connected?
• Is AUDIO INPUT set correctly?
Poor picture with VIDEO signal input. • Improper control setting.
Local interference.
Cable interconnections.
Input impedance is not correct level.
Poor picture with RGB signal input.
• Improper control setting.
Incorrect 15 PIN connector pin
connections.
Tint is poor or colors are weak.
• Are the tint and colors properly adjusted?
Nothing appears on screen.
• Is the computer’s power turned on?
• Is a source connected?
• Is the power management function in the
standby or off mode?
• Is LOOP OUT set to ON?
Part of picture is cut off or picture is
• Is the position adjustment appropriate?
not centered.
Image is too large or too small.
• Is the screen size adjustment
appropriate?
Picture is unstable.
• Is the computer’s resolution setting
appropriate?
POWER/STANDBY indicator is
• Horizontal and / or vertical sync signal is
lighted in red.
not present when the Intelligent Power
Manager control is on.
POWER/STANDBY indicator is
• The temperature inside the main unit has
blinking in red.
become too high and has activated the
protector.
POWER/STANDBY indicator is
——————
blinking in green and red, or green.
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• Default seting for ORBITER is ON (AUTO1).
In this mode, picture moves intermittently
around the screen. See page 26 to turn off
ORBITER.
• Replace both batteries with new ones.
• Set IR REMOTE OFF on OPTION3 menu.
• Plug the monitor’s power cord into a power
outlet.
• Press the power button on the monitor to
turn on the power.
• Replace both batteries with new ones.
• Set IR REMOTE ON.
• Point the remote control at the monitor’s
remote control sensor when pressing
buttons, or remove the obstacle.
• Eliminate the light by closing curtains,
pointing the light in a different direction, etc.
• Replace both batteries with new ones.
• Unplug the remote cable from the monitor.
• Set the Control Lock to OFF.
• Plug the monitor’s power cord into a power
outlet.
• Increase the volume.
• Press the remote control’s MUTE button.
• Connect the speakers properly.
• Set AUDIO INPUT on the AUDIO menu
correctly.
• Adjust picture control as needed.
Try another location for the monitor.
Be sure all connections are secure.
• Adjust picture controls as needed.
Check pin assignments and connections.
• Adjust the tint and color (under PICTURE).
• Turn on the computer’s power.
• Connect source to the monitor.
• Operate the computer (move the mouse,
etc.).
• Set LOOP OUT OFF.
• Adjust the IMAGE ADJUST properly.
• Press the WIDE button on the remote
control and adjust properly.
• Set to the proper resolution.
• Check the input signal.
• Promptly switch off the power of the main
unit and wait until the internal temperature
drops. See*1. PAGE 37
• Prompty switch off the power of the main
unit. See *2. PAGE 37
*1 Overheat protector
If the monitor becomes too hot, the overheat protector will be activated and the monitor will be turned off. If this happens, turn off the power to the monitor
and unplug the power cord. If the room where the monitor is installed is particularly hot, move the monitor to a cooler location and wait for the monitor
to cool for 60 minutes. If the problem persists, contact your dealer.
*2 In the following case, power off the monitor immediately and contact your dealer or authorized Service Center.
The monitor turns off 5 seconds after powering on and then the POWER/STANDBY indicator blinks. It indicates that the power supply circuit, plasma
display panel, temperature sensor, or one or more fans have been damaged.
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Specifications: PD-5030
Color Reproduction
Signals
Synchronization Range
Input Signals
1.6"
(41)
48.1" (1222)
2.3"
(58)
43.5" (1106)
Horizontal : 15.5 to 110 kHz
(automatic : step scan)
Vertical : 50.0 to 120 Hz
(automatic : step scan)
RGB, NTSC (3.58/4.43), PAL (B,G,M,N),
PAL60, SECAM, HD*1 , DVD*1 , DTV*1
30" (736)
Aspect Ratio
Resolution
Pixel Pitch
43.5"(H)⳯24.5"(V) inches
1106(H)⳯622(V) mm
diagonal 50"
16 : 9
1365(H)⳯768(V) pixels
0.032"(H)⳯0.032"(V) inches
0.81(H)⳯0.81(V) mm
256 levels, 16,770,000 colors
24.5" (622)
Screen Size
3.9"
(99)
Units are in inch
(mm)
Input Terminals (VIDEO1 and RGB1 can also be used as OUTPUT terminals)
RGB
Visual 1 (Analog) mini D-sub 15-pin⳯1
Visual 2 (Analog) BNC (R, G, B, H/CS, V)⳯1*2
Visual 3 (Digital) DVI-D 24-pin⳯1
Video
Visual 1
BNC⳯1
Visual 2
RCA-pin⳯1
Visual 3
S-Video: DIN 4-pin⳯1
DVD/HD/DTV
Visual 1
RCA-pin (Y, PB[CB], PR[CR])⳯1*1
Visual 2
BNC (Y, PB[CB], PR[CR])⳯1*1, *2
Audio
Stereo RCA⳯3 (Selectable)
RS-232C Control
D-sub 9-pin⳯1 (RS-232C)
Sound output
9W+9W at 6 ohm
Power Supply
AC120V 50/60Hz
Current Rating
6.4A (maximum)
Power Consumption
480W (typical)
Dimensions
48.1 (W)⳯30 (H)⳯3.9 (D) inches
1222 (W)⳯736 (H)⳯99(D) mm
Weight
100 lbs / 45.4 kg (without stand)
Environmental Considerations
Operating Temperature 0°C to 40°C / 32°F to 104°F
Humidity
20 to 80% (no condensation)
Altitude
0 to 9180 feet / 0 to 2800 m
Storage Temperature -10°C to 50°C / 14°F to 122°F
Humidity
10 to 90% (no condensation)
Altitude
0 to 9840 feet / 0 to 3000 m
Front Panel User Controls Power on/off, Input source select,
Volume up/down/ Menu control
Remote Control Functions Power on/off, Input source select, Menu
control,Volume up/down, Adjust (Up,
Down, Left, Right), Pointer, Zoom up/
down, Sleep, Wireless/ Wired remote
control
OSM Functions Picture (Contrast/Brightness/Sharpness/ Color/Tint/
Picture mode/Noise reduction/Color temperature/
White balance/Gamma/Low tone/Color View), Audio
(Bass/Treble/Balance/Audio input), Image Adjust
(Aspect mode/V-Position /H-Position/V-Height /HWidth/Auto Picture/Fine picture/Picture adjustment),
Option1 (Menu/BNC Input/RGB Select/HD Select/
Input Skip/All Reset), Option2 (Power management/
Film mode/Long life [Peak Bright, Orbiter, Inverse,
White, Soft focus]/Gray level/S1/S2/Picture size/DVI
Set up), Option3 (Timer Power on mode/Button lock/
IR Remote/Loop out, Color system, Source information
The features and specifications may be subject to change without
notice.
*1 HD/DVD/DTV input signals supported on this system
480P (60 Hz)
480I (60 Hz)
525P (60 Hz)
525I (60 Hz)
576P (50 Hz)
576I (50 Hz)
625P (50 Hz)
625I (50 Hz)
720P (60 Hz)
1035I (60 Hz)
1080I (50 Hz)
1080I (60 Hz)
*2 The 5-BNC connectors are used as RGB/PC2 and HD/DVD2 input.
Select one of them under “BNC INPUT”.
Supported Signals
• 640ⴒ480P @ 59.94/60Hz
• 1280ⴒ720P @ 59.94/60Hz
• 1920ⴒ1080I @ 59.94/60Hz
• 720ⴒ480P @ 59.94/60Hz
• 720ⴒ480I @ 59.94/60Hz
Note: In some cases a signal on the plasma monitor may not be displayed
properly. The problem may be an inconsistency with standards from
the source equipment (DVD, Set-top box, etc...). If you do experience
such a problem please contact Mitsubishi Digital Electronics and also
the manufacturer of the source equipment.
Other Features
Accessories
Regulations
*English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Swedish,
Chinese
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Motion compensated 3D Scan Converter (NTSC,
PAL, 480I, 576I, 525I, 625I, 1035I, 1080I), 2-3
pull down Converter (NTSC, 480I, 525I, 1035I,
1080I (60Hz)), 2-2 pull down Converter (PAL,
576I, 625I, NTSC, 480I, 525I), Digital Zoom
Function (100-900% Selectable), Anti Image
Burn (Peak Bright Lock 1-3, Inverse, White,
Orbiter (Auto1,2/Manual), Color Temperature
select (high/medium/mid low/low, user has 4
memories), Button Lock (Except power SW),
Auto Picture, Input Skip, ColorView, Low Tone (3
mode), Programmable Timer, Gamma Correction
(4 mode), Loop through interface, Plug and play
(DDC1, DDC2b, RGB3: DDC2b only)
Remote control with two AAA batteries, Power
cord, Owner’s guide, Safety metal fitting parts,
Ferrite cores, Bands, Cable clamps, RGB cable,
Remote cable, Registration card
UL Approved (UL 60950 and UL65000/CSA
C22.2 No.60950-00/ CAN/CSA-E60065-00)
DOC Canada requirements
Meets FCC Class B requirements
Specifications: PD-6130
Color Reproduction
Signals
Synchronization Range
Input Signals
1.9"
(48)
57.9" (1470)
2.9"
(74)
53.2" (1351)
Horizontal : 15.5 to 110 kHz
(automatic : step scan)
Vertical : 50.0 to 120 Hz
(automatic : step scan)
RGB, NTSC (3.58/4.43), PAL (B,G,M,N),
PAL60, SECAM, HD*1 , DVD*1 , DTV*1
34.7" (880)
Aspect Ratio
Resolution
Pixel Pitch
53.2"(H)⳯29.9"(V) inches
1351(H)⳯760(V) mm
diagonal 61"
16 : 9
1365(H)⳯768(V) pixels
0.039"(H)⳯0.039"(V) inches
0.99(H)⳯0.99(V) mm
256 levels, 16,770,000 colors
29.9" (760)
Screen Size
4.8"
(122)
Units are in inch
(mm)
Input Terminals (VIDEO1 and RGB1 can also be used as OUTPUT terminals)
RGB
Visual 1 (Analog) mini D-sub 15-pin⳯1
Visual 2 (Analog) BNC (R, G, B, H/CS, V)⳯1*2
Visual 3 (Digital) DVI-D 24-pin⳯1
Video
Visual 1
BNC⳯1
Visual 2
RCA-pin⳯1
Visual 3
S-Video: DIN 4-pin⳯1
DVD/HD/DTV
Visual 1
RCA-pin (Y, PB[CB], PR[CR])⳯1*1
Visual 2
BNC (Y, PB[CB], PR[CR])⳯1*1, *2
Audio
Stereo RCA⳯3 (Selectable)
RS-232C Control
D-sub 9-pin⳯1 (RS-232C)
Sound output
9W+9W at 6 ohm
Power Supply
AC120V 50/60Hz
Current Rating
6.7A (maximum)
Power Consumption
540W (typical)
Dimensions
57.9 (W)⳯34.7 (H)⳯4.8 (D) inches
1470 (W)⳯880 (H)⳯122(D) mm
Weight
136.9 lbs / 62.2 kg (without stand)
Environmental Considerations
Operating Temperature 0°C to 40°C / 32°F to 104°F
Humidity
20 to 80% (no condensation)
Altitude
0 to 9180 feet / 0 to 2800 m
Storage Temperature -10°C to 50°C / 14°F to 122°F
Humidity
10 to 90% (no condensation)
Altitude
0 to 9840 feet / 0 to 3000 m
Front Panel User Controls Power on/off, Input source select,
Volume up/down/ Menu control
Remote Control Functions Power on/off, Input source select, Menu
control,Volume up/down, Adjust (Up,
Down, Left, Right), Pointer, Zoom up/
down, Sleep, Wireless/ Wired remote
control
OSM Functions Picture (Contrast/Brightness/Sharpness/ Color/Tint/
Picture mode/Noise reduction/Color temperature/
White balance/Gamma/Low tone/Color View), Audio
(Bass/Treble/Balance/Audio input), Image Adjust
(Aspect mode/V-Position /H-Position/V-Height /HWidth/Auto Picture/Fine picture/Picture adjustment),
Option1 (Menu/BNC Input/RGB Select/HD Select/
Input Skip/All Reset), Option2 (Power management/
Film mode/Long life [Peak Bright, Orbiter, Inverse,
White, Soft focus]/Gray level/S1/S2/Picture size/DVI
Set up), Option3 (Timer Power on mode/Button lock/
IR Remote/Loop out, Language*, Color system, Source
information
*English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Swedish,
Chinese
The features and specifications may be subject to change without
notice.
*1 HD/DVD/DTV input signals supported on this system
480P (60 Hz)
480I (60 Hz)
525P (60 Hz)
525I (60 Hz)
576P (50 Hz)
576I (50 Hz)
625P (50 Hz)
625I (50 Hz)
720P (60 Hz)
1035I (60 Hz)
1080I (50 Hz)
1080I (60 Hz)
*2 The 5-BNC connectors are used as RGB/PC2 and HD/DVD2 input.
Select one of them under “BNC INPUT”.
Supported Signals
• 640ⴒ480P @ 59.94/60Hz
• 1280ⴒ720P @ 59.94/60Hz
• 1920ⴒ1080I @ 59.94/60Hz
• 720ⴒ480P @ 59.94/60Hz
• 720ⴒ480I @ 59.94/60Hz
Note: In some cases a signal on the plasma monitor may not be displayed
properly. The proglem may be an inconsistency with standards from
the source equipment (DVD, Set-top box, etc...). If you do experience
such a problem please contact Mitsubishi Digital Electronics, Inc. and
also the manufacturer of the source equipment.
Other Features
Accessories
Regulations
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Motion compensated 3D Scan Converter (NTSC,
PAL, 480I, 576I, 525I, 625I, 1035I, 1080I), 2-3
pull down Converter (NTSC, 480I, 525I, 1035I,
1080I (60Hz)), 2-2 pull down Converter (PAL,
576I, 625I, NTSC, 480I, 525I), Digital Zoom
Function (100-900% Selectable), Self Diagnosis,
Anti Image Burn (Peak Bright Lock 1-3, Inverse,
White, Orbiter (Auto1,2/Manual), Color
Temperature select (high/medium/mid low/low,
user has 4 memories), Button lock (Except power
SW), Auto Picture, Input Skip, ColorView, Low
Tone (3 mode), Programmable Timer, Gamma
Correction (4 mode), Loop through interface, Plug
and play (DDC1, DDC2b, RGB3: DDC2b only)
Remote control with two AAA batteries, Power
cord, Owner’s guide, Safety metal fitting parts,
Ferrite cores, Bands, Cable clamps, RGB cable,
Remote cable, Registration card
UL Approved (UL 60950 and UL65000/CSA
C22.2 No.60950-00/ CAN/CSA-E60065-00)
DOC Canada requirements
Meets FCC Class B requirements
Table of Signals Supported
Supported resolution
• When the screen mode is NARROW, each signal is converted to a 1024 dots⳯768 lines signal. (Except for *2, 3, 4)
• When the screen mode is TRUE, the picture is displayed in the original resolution.
• When the screen mode is STANDARD, each signal is converted to a 1365 dots⳯768 lines signal. (Except for *3)
Computer input signals supported by this system
Model
Dots ⳯ lines
Signal Type
640⳯400
640⳯480
848⳯480
852⳯480*1
800⳯600
IBM PC/AT*8
compatible
computers
1024⳯768
1152⳯864
1280⳯768
1360⳯765
1360⳯768
1376⳯768
1280⳯1024
1600⳯1200
640⳯480
832⳯624
1024⳯768
1152⳯870
Work Station 1280⳯1024
(EWS4800)*8
Work Station(HP)*8 1280⳯1024
Work Station
1152⳯900
(SUN)*8
1280⳯1024
Work Station
1024⳯768
(SGI)
1280⳯1024
IDC-3000G
768⳯576
PAL625P
640⳯480
NTSC525P
Apple
Macintosh*6 *8
Vertical
frequency
(Hz)
70.1
59.9
72.8
75.0
85.0
100.4
120.4
60.0
60.0
56.3
60.3
72.2
75.0
85.1
99.8
120.0
60.0
70.1
75.0
85.0
100.6
75.0
56.2
59.8
60.0
60.0
59.9
60.0
75.0
85.0
100.1
60.0
65.0
70.0
75.0
85.0
66.7
74.6
74.9
75.1
60.0
71.2
72.0
66.0
76.0
76.1
60.0
60.0
Horizontal
frequency
(kHz)
31.5
31.5
37.9
37.5
43.3
51.1
61.3
31.0
31.7
35.2
37.9
48.1
46.9
53.7
63.0
75.7
48.4
56.5
60.0
68.7
80.5
67.5
45.1
48.0
47.7
47.7
48.3
64.0
80.0
91.1
108.5
75.0
81.3
87.5
93.8
106.3
35.0
49.7
60.2
68.7
64.6
75.1
78.1
61.8
71.7
81.1
49.7
63.9
50.0
59.9
31.4
31.5
Sync Polarity
Presence
Screen mode
RGB
Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Vertical NARROW TRUE STANDARD select*5
(16:9)
(4:3)
YES
––
NEG
NEG
YES
YES YES*2 YES
YES
STILL
YES YES
NEG
NEG
YES
YES
YES
––
YES YES
NEG
NEG
YES
YES
YES
STILL
YES YES
NEG
NEG
YES
YES
YES
––
YES YES
NEG
NEG
YES
YES
YES
––
YES YES
NEG
NEG
YES
YES
YES
––
YES YES
NEG
NEG
YES
YES
YES
WIDE2
––
YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
WIDE1
––
YES
NEG
NEG
YES
YES
YES
STILL
YES YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
STILL
YES YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
––
YES YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
––
YES YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
––
YES YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
––
YES YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
––
YES YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
STILL
NEG
NEG
YES
YES YES*3 – –
YES
––
NEG
NEG
YES
YES YES*3 – –
YES
STILL
POS
POS
YES
YES YES*3 – –
YES
––
POS
POS
YES
YES YES*3 – –
YES
––
NEG
NEG
YES
YES YES*3 – –
YES
STILL
YES
––
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
WIDE1
––
––
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
WIDE3
––
––
POS
NEG
YES
YES
YES*3 WIDE1
––
––
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES*3 WIDE1
––
––
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
WIDE2
––
––
NEG
POS
YES
YES
YES
STILL
POS
POS
YES
YES YES*4 – –
YES
––
POS
POS
YES
YES YES*4 – –
YES
––
POS
POS
YES
YES YES*4 – –
YES
––
POS
POS
YES
YES YES*4 – –
YES
––
––
YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
––
––
YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
––
––
YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
––
––
YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
––
––
YES
POS
POS
YES
YES
YES
––
YES YES
Sync on G Sync on G – –
––
YES
––
YES YES
Sync on G Sync on G – –
––
YES
WIDE1
YES*3 – –
Sync on G Sync on G – –
––
YES
WIDE1
––
YES
Sync on G Sync on G – –
––
YES
––
NEG
NEG
YES
YES YES*4 – –
YES
––
NEG
NEG
YES
YES YES*4 – –
YES
––
YES*4 – –
––
––
––
––
YES
––
––
YES
C Sync
C Sync
––
––
YES
––
––
YES
C Sync
C Sync
––
––
YES
––
YES*4 – –
C Sync
C Sync
––
––
YES
––
YES*3 – –
––
––
––
––
YES
––
YES*4 – –
––
––
––
––
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
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YES
YES
YES
YES
YES*7
YES*7
––
––
YES*7
DVI Memory
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
4
5
7
8
9
41
42
19
17
11
12
13
14
15
43
44
24
25
26
27
45
51
52
80
22
22
53
29
30
40
47
54
55
56
57
58
6
16
28
39
29
48
59
60
61
30
62
29
NO
––
MOTION NO
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*1 Only when using a graphic accelerator board that is capable of displaying 852⳯480.
*2 This signal is converted to a 1024 dots ⳯ 640 lines signal.
*3 The picture is displayed in the original resolution.
*4 The aspect ratio is 5:4. This signal is converted to a 960 dots⳯768 lines signal.
*5 Normally the RGB select mode suite for the input signals is set automatically. If the picture is not displayed properly, set the
RGB mode prepared for the input signals listed in the table above.
*6 To connect the monitor to Macintosh computer, use the monitor adapter (D-Sub 15-pin) to your computer's video port.
*7 Other screen modes (EXPAND and STRETCH) are available as well.
*8 When viewing a moving picture at a vertical frequency greater than 65Hz, the picture may sometimes be unstable (jumpy).
If this occurs, please set the refresh rate of the external equipment to 60Hz.
To view 480I@60Hz (480 interlaced lines, 60Hz refresh rate) or 576I@50Hz (567 interlaced lines, 50Hz refresh rate) when
sync polarity is “Sync on Green”, set “RGB SELECT” to “MOTION”.
NOTE:
• While the input signals comply with the resolution listed in the table above, you may have to adjust the position and size of the
picture or the fine picture because of errors in synchronization of your computer.
• When a 1280 dots ⳯ 1024 lines signal or 1600 dots ⳯ 1200 lines signal is input to the monitor, the picture will be compressed.
• This monitor has a resolution of 1365 dots ⳯ 768 lines. It is recommended that the input signal should be XGA, wide XGA, or
equivalent.
• With digital input some signals are not accepted.
• The sync may be disturbed when a nonstandard signal other than the aforementioned is input.
• If you are connecting a composite sync signal, use the HD terminal.
What is HDCP/HDCP technology?
HDCP is an acronym for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection. High bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) is a system
for preventing illegal copying of video data sent over a Digital Visual Interface (DVI).
If you are unable to view material via the DVI input, this does not necessarily mean the PDP is not functioning properly. With the
implementation of HDCP, there may be cases in which certain content is protected with HDCP and might not be displayed due to the
decision/intention of the HDCP community (Digital Content Protection, LLC).
• “IBM PC/AT” and “XGA” are registered trademarks of International Business Machines, Inc. of the United States.
• “Apple Macintosh” is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. of the United States.
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Mitsubishi Plasma Display Panel Limited Warranty
MITSUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC. (“MDEA”) warrants to the original purchaser of this Plasma Display
Panel that if purchased from an authorized MITSUBISHI Audio/Video Dealer, should it prove defective by reason of improper
workmanship and/or material:
a. Parts. All parts are warranted for a period of one year from the date of the original purchase at retail. We will repair or
replace, at our option, any defective part without charge for the part. Parts used for replacement may be replaced with those of
like kind and quality and may be new or remanufactured. Parts used for replacement are warranted for the remainder of the
original warranty period.
b. Labor. We will provide the labor for a warranty repair by an authorized MITSUBISHI service center without charge for one
year from the original date of purchase at retail.
c. Notice. To obtain warranty service, you must notify an authorized MITSUBISHI service center of any defect within the
applicable warranty time period.
1. TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE:
a. Contact your nearest authorized MITSUBISHI service center, whose name and address can be obtained from your
MITSUBISHI dealer or by writing or calling MDEA at the address and telephone number provided below.
b. Warranty service will be provided in your home or, if required, at an authorized MITSUBISHI service center, provided that your
television is located within the geographic territory customarily covered by an authorized MITSUBISHI service center. If not, you
must either deliver your television to an authorized service location at your own expense, or pay for any travel and/or
transportation costs the service center may charge to and from your home. Actual service labor will be provided without charge.
c. Proof of purchase date from an authorized MITSUBISHI dealer is required when requesting warranty service. Present your
sales receipt or other document which establishes proof and date of purchase. THE RETURN OF THE OWNER
REGISTRATION CARD IS NOT A CONDITION OF WARRANTY COVERAGE. However, please return the Owner Registration
Card so that we can contact you should a question of safety arise which could affect you.
3. This Plasma Display Panel uses a revolutionary technology, gas plasma, to create the screen image. This technology creates
the image using small dots, or picture elements (pixels). Your Plasma Display Panel is manufactured to a high level of
perfection, in fact, 99.99% perfect in the number of properly functioning. As in tube television, sometimes a pixel is continuously
active or inactive. Our standard is clear, your pixels must be 99.99% perfect in the number of properly functioning pixels.
4. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
a. .......... Up to .01% pixel outages (small dot picture elements that are dark or incorrectly illuminated).
b. .......... Cosmetic damage or damage to this Plasma Display Panel or to any other products where such damage is caused by
unauthorized modification, alteration, repairs to or service of the product by anyone other than an authorized MITSUBISHI
service center; physical abuse to or misuse of the product (including any failure to carry out any maintenance as described in
the Owner’s Guide or any product damaged by excessive physical or electrical stress); any products that have had a serial
number or any part thereof altered, defaced or removed; product use in any manner contrary to the Owner’s Guide (including,
but not limited to, uneven phosphor aging and imprinted images on the viewing screen); freight damage or damage due to
improper shipping methods; damage caused by use of third party mounting brackets or stands or any damage caused by acts of
God or other factors beyond the reasonable control of MDEA, such as power surge damage caused by electrical system or
lightning. This warranty also excludes service calls where no defect in the product covered under this warranty is found, service
calls related to unsatisfactory audio or visual reception or signal unless caused by a defect in the product that is covered under
this warranty, all costs, expenses or any other damages arising from product installation, or set-ups, any adjustments of user
controls (including, contrast, brightness, color, tint, fine tuning, sharpness), other adjustment necessary to prepare the unit for
display or use, connection with any external TV tuner, audio receiver, antenna, cable or satellite systems, or service of products
purchased or serviced outside the U.S.A. Please consult the operating instructions contained in the Owner’s Guide furnished
with the product for information regarding user controls.
5. ANY EXPRESS WARRANTY NOT PROVIDED HEREIN, AND ANY REMEDY WHICH, BUT FOR THIS PROVISION, MIGHT
ARISE BY IMPLICATION OR OPERATION OF LAW, IS HEREBY EXCLUDED AND DISCLAIMED. THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO A
TERM OF ONE YEAR.
6. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL MDEA BE LIABLE TO PURCHASER OR ANY OTHER PERSON FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF BREACH OF WARRANTY, BREACH
OF CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE.
7. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental, special
or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
8. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
9. BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE, please review the instruction booklet to insure proper installation and correct customer
control adjustment. If the problem persists, contact your nearest MITSUBISHI Dealer for the name(s) of authorized MITSUBISHI
Service Center(s). If you are unable to obtain this information, please call 800-332-2119, or write us at the address below.
MITSUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC.
9351 Jeronimo Road
Irvine, CA 92618-1904
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions. (1) This device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
U.S. Responsible Party:
Address:
Tel. No.:
Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America
9351 Jeronimo Road
Irvine, CA 92618
(949) 465-6000
Type of Product:
Plasma Display
Equipment Classification:
Class B Peripheral
Models:
PD-5030/PD-6130
We hereby declare that the equipment specified above
conforms to the technical standards as specified in the FCC Rules.
Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America
9351 Jeronimo Road
Irvine, CA 92618
Printed in USA
7S900055
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