Daitsu | Plasma TV | Owner`s manual | Daitsu Plasma TV Owner`s manual

Daitsu Plasma TV Owner`s manual
Contents
Foreword
Caution ...................................................................................................................................... 3
Important Safety Information .................................................................................................. 5
Overviewing the Monitor
Viewing the Control Panel ........................................................................................................ 9
Viewing the Connecting Panel ............................................................................................................ 10
Viewing the Remote Control
- Button Description .......................................................................................................................... 12
- Teletext/PIP(Picture in Picture) ...................................................................................................... 13
- Loading the Batteries ...................................................................................................................... 15
Installation
Table Stand Installation ............................................................................................................ 16
Speaker Installation .................................................................................................................. 17
Connection the Cable/Devices
Connecting the TV Cable ........................................................................................................ 18
Connecting the VCR ................................................................................................................ 19
Connecting the DVD ................................................................................................................ 20
Connecting the Set Top Box .................................................................................................... 21
Connecting the PC [ D-Sub & DVI ] .......................................................................................... 22
Displayable Monitor Specification............................................................................................ 23
Setting the Channel
Basic Operation ........................................................................................................................ 24
OSD Menu Structure ................................................................................................................ 25
Storing Channels Automatically .............................................................................................. 26
Storing Channels Manually ...................................................................................................... 28
Fine Tuning the Channel Reception ........................................................................................ 28
Editing the Channels ................................................................................................................ 29
- Digest Function .............................................................................................................................. 30
Teletext ...................................................................................................................................... 31
Setting the Picture
Changing the Picture Mode .................................................................................................... 32
- Adjusting the User Mode ................................................................................................................ 33
Changing the Colour Temperature .......................................................................................... 35
Video NR (Noise Reduction) .................................................................................................... 35
Selecting the Film Mode .......................................................................................................... 36
OWNER'S MANUAL
1
Contents
Setting the Picture
Changing the Screen Form ...................................................................................................... 36
Selecting the Black Enhancer ................................................................................................ 37
Adjusting the PC Screen (Geometry) ...................................................................................... 38
- Native Mode...................................................................................................................................... 39
Setting the Sound
Adjusting the Sound Balance .................................................................................................. 40
Changing the Sound Mode ...................................................................................................... 40
Adjusting User Sound Mode .................................................................................................... 41
Spatial Effect ............................................................................................................................ 41
AVC (Auto Volume Control) ...................................................................................................... 41
MTS (Multichannel Television Sound)...................................................................................... 42
Setting the Others
Adjusting the Transparency of the OSD Window .................................................................. 43
PIP (Picture In Picture) ............................................................................................................ 43
- Changing the Size in PIP ................................................................................................................ 44
- Choosing the Source in PIP ............................................................................................................ 44
- Picture Swap in PIP ........................................................................................................................ 45
- Changing the Position in PIP .......................................................................................................... 45
Other Advanced Function
- Set ID in Advanced .......................................................................................................................... 46
- Burn Protect in Advanced .............................................................................................................. 46
- Burn Clear in Advanced .................................................................................................................. 47
- Setting the Blue Screen Mode ........................................................................................................ 47
- Changing the OSD Language ........................................................................................................ 47
- Front Key Lock in Advance ............................................................................................................ 47
Setting the Time
Setting the Current Time .......................................................................................................... 48
Setting the On Time .................................................................................................................. 48
Setting the On Channel ............................................................................................................ 49
Setting the On Volume .............................................................................................................. 49
Setting the Off Time .................................................................................................................. 50
Setting the Sleep Timer ............................................................................................................ 50
Troubleshooting
.......................................................................................................................... 51
Specification .................................................................................................................................... 52
Warranty and Support
2
OWNER'S MANUAL
............................................................................................................ 56
Caution
CAUTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK),
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage"
within the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance(servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
- TO PREVENT DAMAGE WHICH MAY RESULT IN FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD.
- DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
- SHOCK HAZARD DO NOT OPEN.
CAUTION
These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service
personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating
instructions unless you are qualified to do so.
CAUTION
The stand is intended for use with this monitor only.
Use with other products may result in injury.
WARNING
- Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the apparatus.
- This is Class B product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
- To reduce the risk of fire and electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
FCC NOTICE
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in home environment as well as in a
commercial, industrial or business environment. This equipment can generate, use and radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures :
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to
operate the equipment.
Connecting of peripherals requires the use of grounded shielded signal cables.
Always be careful when using your the monitor. To reduce the risk of fire, electrical
shock, and other injuries, keep these safety precautions in mind when installing,
using, and maintaining your machine.
Read all safety and operating
instructions before operating
your the monitor.
Keep the safety and operating
instructions for future reference.
Heed all warnings on the
monitor and in the operating
instructions.
OWNER'S MANUAL
3
Caution
Always be careful when using your the monitor. To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and other injuries, keep these
safety precautions in mind when installing, using, and maintaining your machine.
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with a damp cloth.
7. Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's 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 a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third
prong is provided for your safety. When the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use the attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in
any way, such as power supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
4
OWNER'S MANUAL
Important Safety Information
Follow all operating and use
instructions.
Unplug the monitor from the
wall outlet before cleaning.
Use a damp cloth; do not use
liquid or aerosol cleaners.
Do not use the monitor where contact with or
immersion in water is a possibility, such as near
bath tubs, sinks, washing machines, swimming
pools, etc.
Never add any attachments
and/or equipment without
approval of the manufacturer.
Such additions can increase
the risk of fire, electric shock,
or other personal injury.
When installing the monitor on a table, be careful
not to place it too close to the edge of the table.
- This may cause the monitor to fall, causing serious injury
to a child or adult, and serious damage to the monitor.
OWNER'S MANUAL
5
Important Safety Information
Provide ventilation for the monitor. The unit is designed
with slots in the cabinet for ventilation to protect it from
overheating. Do not block these openings with any
object, and do not place the monitor on a bed, sofa,
rug or other similar surface. Do not place it near a
radiator or heat register. If you place the monitor on a
rack or bookcase, ensure that there is adequate
ventilation and that you've followed the manufacturer's
instructions for mounting.
6
Use only the accessory cord designed for this product
to prevent shock. The power supply voltage rating of
this product is AC100-240V, the power cord attached
conforms to the following power supply voltage. Use
only the power cord designated by our dealer to ensure
Safety and EMC.
When it is used by other power supply voltage, power
cable must be changed. Consult your product dealer.
Use only a grounded or polarized outlet. For your safety,
this monitor is equipped with a polarized alternating
current line plug having one blade wider than the other.
This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. If
you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try
reversing the plug. If the plug still does not fit, contact
your electrician to replace your outlet.
Avoid overhead power lines. An outside antenna
system should not be placed in the vicinity of
overhead power lines or other electric light or power
circuits or where it can fall into such power lines or
circuits. When installing an outside antenna system,
be extremely careful to keep from touching the
power lines or circuits. Contact with such lines can
be fatal.
Unplug the monitor from the wall outlet and disconnect
the antenna or cable system during a lightning storm
or when left unattended and unused for long periods
of time. This will prevent damage to the unit due to
lightning and power-line surges.
Protect the power cord. Power supply cords should be
routed so that they won't be walked on or pinched by
objects placed on or against them.
Pay particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.
OWNER'S MANUAL
Important Safety Information
Do not overload the wall outlet or
extension cords. Overloading can
result in fire or electric shock.
Do not insert anything through the
openings in the unit, where they
can touch dangerous voltagepoints
or damage parts.
Never spill liquid of any kind on
the monitor.
Bend antenna cable between
inside and outside building to
prevent rain from flowing in.
- This may cause water damaged
inside the monitor and could give an
electric shock.
Ground outdoor antennas. If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the monitor, be sure the
antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up
static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No.70-1984, provides information about
proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge
unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and
requirements for the grounding electrode.
Do not place an outside antenna in the vicinity of
overhead power lines or other electric light or
power circuits.
- This may cause an electric shock.
There should be enough distance between an
outside antenna and power lines to keep the
former from touching the latter even when the
antenna falls.
- This may cause an electric shock.
Do not attempt to service the monitor yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel. Unplug the unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following conditions:
• When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged
• If liquid has been spilled on the unit or if objects have fallen into the unit
• If the monitor has been exposed to rain or water
• If the monitor does not operate normally by following the operating instructions
• If the monitor has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged
• When the monitor exhibits a distinct change in performance
OWNER'S MANUAL
7
Important Safety Information
When replacement parts are
required, be sure the service
technician uses replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or
those that have the same
characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may
result in additional damage to the
unit.
Upon completion of any service or
repairs to this the monitor, ask the
service technician to perform
safety checks to determine that
the monitor is in a safe operating
condition.
If you make adjustments yourself,
adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions.
Adjusting other controls may result in
damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified
technician to restore the monitor to
normal.
Only use the specified batteries.
Do not place anything containing
liquid on top of the monitor.
In case of smoke or strange smell
from the monitor, switch it off,
unplug it from the wall outlet and
contact your dealer or service
center.
- This may cause damage to the
monitor or could give an electric
shock.
- This may cause a fire or could give an
electric shock.
- This may cause a fire or could give an
electric shock.
8
The viewing distance should be
about 5~7 times as long as diagonal
length of the screen.
When moving the monitor assembled
with speakers do not carry holding
the speakers.
- If not, eyes will strain.
- This may cause the monitor to fall,
causing serious injury to a child or adult,
and serious damage to the monitor.
OWNER'S MANUAL
Avoid having a fixed image remain
on the sereen for a long period of
time. Typically a frozen still picture
from a VCR, 4:3 picture format or if
a CH label is present; the fixed
image may remain visible on the
screen.
Viewing the Control Panel
OSD Button Position
Front Panel
OSD Button & Function
1 Input Source Select
2 Up (See the box below)
3
4
5
6
Down (See the box below)
Power (Standby)
Remote Sensor
Status/Power Indicator LED
OR
OSD Button Function
INPUT SELECT
Select the signal source from multiple input sources such as TV, SCART 1, SCART 2, S-Video/AV,
Component 1, Component 2, PC and DVI.
VOL / CHœƒ
To change the CHANNEL, press ƒbutton first and change the channel with œ,ƒ buttons.
To change the VOLUME, press œbutton first and change the volume with œ,ƒbuttons.
Power ON/OFF
Turn the monitor on and off.
Accessories
Remote Control Handset
Power Cord
RF Cable
Alkaline Batteries
Owner's Manual
OWNER'S MANUAL
9
Viewing the Connecting Panel
Back Panel and Jacks
< Back panel of the monitor >
1
RS-232C
To Control from PC
2
DVI
For PC, Set Top Box
3
D-Sub (PC), DVI Sound
PC/DVI Audio Input
4
D-Sub (PC)
For PC, Set Top Box
5
Component 1, 2
For DVD, Set Top Box
6
Component Sound
For Component Audio Input
7
Speakers
To Connect Speakers (2CH, Stereo)
8
SCART 1 (Euro connector)
For VCR, DVD, Set Top Box
9
SCART 2 (Euro connector)
For VCR, DVD, Set Top Box
10
S-Video
For DVD, Set Top Box, S-VHS
11
AV Output
To Connect other TV or Monitor
12
AV Input
For VCR, DVD, Set Top Box
13
TV Antenna
For TV Antenna Cable (Air)
14
AC Power
• Refer to the next page for port descriptions.
10
OWNER'S MANUAL
Viewing the Connecting Panel
1
RS-232C Jack
Connects a control signal from a PC.
2
DVI Input Jack
Connects a digital video signal from a DVI output jack of PC or set top box.
3
D-Sub (PC), DVI Sound
Connects a sound signal from PC or DVI.
4
RGB PC Input Jack (D-Sub)
Connects a video signal from a video output jack of PC.
Cables connecting the PC vary according to the type of machine, so contact your product dealer.
5
Component Input Jack 1, 2
Connects a three separate component video signal from a component output jack of a DVD player
or set top box.
Supports 480i/p(60Hz), 576i/p(50Hz), 720p(50/60Hz), 1080i(50/60Hz) signals.
(i : interlace, p : progressive)
6
Component Sound
Connects a sound signal from component.
7
Speaker Jack
Connects external speakers by wires, match red/red and black/black of speaker/TV.
8
9
SCART (Euro Connector) Jack 1, 2
10
S-Video Input Jack
- SCART 1 : Half SCART (CVBS only input/output ).
- SCART 2 : Full SCART (CVBS & RGB input/output ).
Connects a SCART (Euro cable) signal from a VCR, DVD player, or set top box.
Connects a S-Video video signals from a S-Video output jack of a S-VHS, VCR or DVD player.
11
Composite (RCA) Output Jack
Output the signal of the current screen of the monitor. Connects to other TV or monitor.
12
Composite (RCA) Input Jack
Connects an AV composite video signal from a composite output terminal of a VCR or DVD player.
Unavailable when a S-Video cable is put into the S-Video input jack.
13
ANT. IN (TV Antenna Jack)
Connects to an TV antenna cable.
14
AC (Power) Input Jack
Firmly insert the accessory power cord as far as it will go into the power input terminal.
Firmly push the power cord plug as far as it will go into the power socket.
Connectors
Audio Input
RCA Pin Jack
Video Input
21 Pin Euro AV (SCART)
Video Input
21 Pin Euro AV (SCART)
S-Video Input
Mini Din 4Pin
Component Video Input
RCA Pin Jack
Analog RGB Input
Mini D-Sub 15Pin
Digital Video Input
DVI-D 24Pin
• Cables connecting the PC vary according to the
type of machine, so consult your product dealer.
RS-232C Configurations
3-Wire (Non-standard)
RXD
TXD
GND
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS
PC Monitor
3
2
TXD
2
3
RXD
5
5
GND
4
4
DTR
6
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
OWNER'S MANUAL
11
Viewing the Remote Control
Button Description
1
Power
Turn the monitor on and off.
2
Mute
Temporarily cut the sound and restore it.
3
Pre.PG
Turn to the previous programme or exit OSD.
4
V.Size
Choose the Screen Form.
16:9 ➔ Panorama ➔ Zoom1 ➔ Zoom2 ➔ 4:3
5
Favorite
Tune to your next favorite programme.
6
TEXT
Teletext ON/OFF.
TTX ➔ TTX/MIX ➔ Normal (TTX off)
7
INPUT
Display the input source list.
8
Menu/Set
Display the main OSD menu.
Activate your choice in the OSD menu.
9
Back
Return to the previous OSD menu.
10 PG+
Move to the upper programme.
11 PGMove to the lower programme.
12 VOL+
Increase the volume level.
13 VOLDecrease the volume level.
12
OWNER'S MANUAL
Viewing the Remote Control
1
MTS
Choose the MTS (Stereo) mode. Each time it is pressed,
different mode is selected.
Mono ➔ Stereo ➔ Language A ➔ Language B ➔
Language AB
• You can select only available modes depending on
the source.
2
PG INFO
Display the current information about time, screen form,
source and MTS mode.
3
PICTURE
There are 4 picture modes.
Standard ➔ Vivid ➔ Mild ➔ User
4
STILL
Temporarily freeze the screen and restore it.
5
SOUND
Choose the sound equalizer settings.
Standard ➔ Movie ➔ Music ➔ News ➔ User
2
3
1
4
6
5
7
8
9
10
12
11
13
14
16
15
6
SLEEP
Set the preset time interval for automatic turn-off.
OFF ➔ 10 ➔ 20 ➔ 30 ➔ 60 ➔ 90 ➔120 ➔ 150 ➔ 180
7
TIME
Display the current time on the screen.
TTX/Programme Edit Buttons
9
ERASE
Erase the current programme.
10 SKIP
Make the programme skipped.
11 INSERT
Add the current programme.
8
DIGEST
Display 9 TV programmes at the same time.
PIP (Picture in Picture) Buttons
13 MODE (ON/OFF)
Activate PIP function and change the PIP
window size and PIP mode.
Small ➔ Large ➔ Twin (Half) ➔ OFF
14 SOURCE
Change the PIP window source.
15 SWAP
Swap the main screen and the PIP window.
12 REPLACE
Replace the selected programme with the
16 MOVE
current programme.
• See 29 page.
Move the position of the PIP window.
• These buttons are the colour buttons in TTX also.
OWNER'S MANUAL
13
Viewing the Remote Control
MOVE button : Move the position of PIP window.
Left Up
Right Up(Start)
Left Down
Right Down
SWAP button : Swap the sources of the main screen
and PIP window.
MODE button : Change the PIP window mode.
OFF ➔ Small ➔ Large ➔ Twin
Small
Large
Twin
SOURCE button : Change the source of the PIP window. The available sources are shown as below.
PIP
Main
TV
SCART 1 SCART 2
S-Video/AV Component 1 Component 2
PC
DVI
TV
SCART 1
SCART 2
S-Video/AV
–
–
Component 1
–
–
–
–
Component 2
–
–
–
–
PC
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
DVI
14
–
OWNER'S MANUAL
Viewing the Remote Control
Loading the Batteries
1
Press on the cover and slide
in the direction of the arrow.
2
Load two AAA batteries, taking
care that the + and - ends face the
correct direction.
3 Close the cover until it clicks.
Reception Range of Remote Control
Upper
Lower
Left
Right
5m (Front)
OWNER'S MANUAL
15
Installation
Table Stand Installation (optional)
< The monitor can be installed on the desk as shown above. >
• Table stand mount minimum allowable clearances for adequate ventilation.
1.18 inch
(3cm)
4 inch(10.16cm)
4 inch
(10.16cm)
4 inch
(10.16cm)
2.36 inch
(5.99cm)
Installation
16
OWNER'S MANUAL
Installation
Speaker Installation (optional)
To
Main Unit
To
Speaker
Wire
Saddle
Wire
Saddle
SPEAKER (8Ω)
SPEAKER (8Ω)
Ferrite
Core
* CAUTION : Please make sure speaker wires should
be connected as above, ferrite core are
to be nearer to the main unit not to
speakers to avoid possible
electromagnetic-interference.
• Be sure monitor power is turned off before making any connections.
Place the speakers in the position you want. Install the speaker wires on the monitor and speaker. Be sure to connect
the positive " + " wire to the " + " input and the negative " - " wire to the " - " input. Connect left monitor input to left
speaker and right monitor input to right speaker. Any extra speaker wire length remaining can be bunched into the
wire holders provided. (Caution: Once installed, the speaker wire holders lock into position and can't be removed.)
• Always lift the monitor itself (not the speakers) when handling or moving the monitor after speakers have
been installed.
Speaker Accessories
4 - Iron Plates
(Mount speakers to monitor)
16 - 4 x 10 Long Bolts
(Attach iron plates to speakers)
2 - Speaker Wires
2 - Speaker Wire Holders
(For arranging the speaker wires)
OWNER'S MANUAL
17
Connecting the TV Cable
TV Antenna Cable
Connecting the TV Cable
1
Connect the TV Antenna cable to the TV input jack. Press INPUT button on the remote control and
select TV on OSD.
2
Use PG+/PG- button or numeric button to change TV programme for your programme selection.
3
Press Pre.PG button on the remote control to tune the previous programme.
4
Also, you can tune to cable service provided programmes using the cable box. For further information
regarding cable TV service, contact cable TV service provider(s).
The Function of SCART 2 Port
This signal of SCART 2 port takes first priority over other input signals.
When an outer device which is connected to SCART 2 port is "Power On", the monitor will automatically
display the signal of SCART 2 port. The display mode (4:3, 16:9) will be automatically recognized until users
purposely change the display mode.
When users operate up/down button or numeric button on the remote control, input source is changed to TV
mode automatically.
The SCART 2 recognizes automatically both composite signal and RGB signal.
18
OWNER'S MANUAL
Connecting the VCR
SCART 2
(Euro connector)
SCART 1
(Euro connector)
S-Video
AV Input
Sound of
S-Video/AV
Connecting the VCR
With SCART (Euro cable)
Connect a SCART cable to the SCART jacks of the VCR and the monitor.
With S-Video
Connect a S-Video cable to the S-Video jacks of the VCR and the monitor.
Connect L (White), R (Red) sound cable (Composite) to the sound jacks of the VCR and the monitor.
With AV Input
Connect a composite cable to the AV video jacks of the VCR and the monitor.
Connect L (White), R (Red) sound cable (Composite) to the sound jacks of the VCR and the monitor.
Watching VCR
1
Press INPUT button on the remote control and select video sources.
2
Insert a video tape into the VCR and press the PLAY button on the VCR.
• To avoid picture noise (interference), leave an adequate distance(over 3m) between the VCR and monitor.
• When connecting the monitor with external equipment, match the colour of connecting ports (e.g. Video -Yellow,
Audio(L) -White, Audio(R) - Red).
• If you have a mono VCR, connect the audio cable from the VCR to the Audio(L/Mono) input of the monitor.
• If you connect an S-VHS VCR to the S-Video input socket, you can get a better picture quality than normal video
input (AV).
• When both S-Video and AV are connected at the same time, S-Video has a priority than AV. (When S-Video is
connected and has no Signal, the monitor displays “No Signal” on the screen.). To watch AV mode, you should
disconnect S-Video.
OWNER'S MANUAL
19
Connecting the DVD
Connecting the DVD
• Connect the three separate component video cables to the DVD player's Y, Pb and Pr jacks and to the
component jacks on the monitor.
• Connect the audio cable to the DVD player's audio L (White) and R (Red) jacks and to the L and R audio
jacks beside the component jacks on the monitor.
Component 1 & Sound
Component 2 & Sound
How to Use
1
Turn on the DVD player.
2
Press INPUT button on the remote control of the
monitor and select Component 1 or Component 2.
Component Input Ports
You can get better picture quality if you connect
DVD player with component input sockets as below.
Supported Signals for Component Ports
Component 1
Component 2
480i/60Hz
480p/60Hz
576i/50Hz
576p/50Hz
720p/50Hz
720p/60Hz
1080i/50Hz
1080i/60Hz
Component ports of the
monitor
Y
PB
PR
Video output ports of
DVD player
Y
Y
Y
Y
Pb
B-Y
Cb
PB
Pr
R-Y
Cr
PR
• Normal DVD source is based on 480i, which should be through normal YPbPr of component signal.
• Component, PC, DVI ports can be displayed only 1 signal among them. If one of them is being displayed, other
ports are unavailable.
20
OWNER'S MANUAL
Connecting the Set Top Box
How to Connect
Connect set top box video inputs to SCART, Component, PC or DVI jacks on the monitor.
Audio inputs to Audio sockets beside the L (White) and R (Red) audio jacks which you connect video inputs.
How to Use
Supported Signals
Component 1
1
2
Turn on the set top box.
480i/60Hz
Press INPUT button on the remote control
of the monitor and select Component 1,
Component 2, PC or DVI.
576i/50Hz
Component 2
PC
–
DVI
–
–
–
480p/60Hz
576p/50Hz
720p/50Hz
720p/60Hz
1080i/50Hz
How to Connect
1080i/60Hz
With SCART (Euro cable)
Connect a SCART cable to the SCART jacks of the STB(set top box) and the monitor.
With Component
Connect a three separate component cables to the component jacks of the STB and the monitor.
Connect L (White) and R (Red) sound cables (Composite) to the sound jacks of the STB and the monitor.
With RGB or DVI
Connect a D-Sub or DVI cable to the AV video jacks of the STB and the monitor.
Connect L (White) and R (Red) sound cables (Composite) to the sound jacks of the STB and the monitor.
• Component, PC and DVI ports can be displayed only 1 signal among them. If one of them is being displayed,
other sockets are unavailable.
OWNER'S MANUAL
21
Connecting the PC [ D-Sub & DVI ]
D-Sub 15pin (VGA) from PC
DVI from PC
Connecting a PC to the monitor
Connect a PC (15pin) video cable between the
video output port on the PC and the PC port
on the monitor.
Description
1
Red (R)
Pin Configuration
2
Green (G)
15pin signal cable (based on protruded pin).
3
Blue (B)
4
Grounding
To watch the PC screen
1
22
Pin No.
Turn on the monitor and press Input button
to select the PC mode.
2
Turn on the PC and check for the PC
requirement.
3
Adjust the PC screen in Geometry menu.
(See 38 page.)
OWNER'S MANUAL
5
Grounding (DDC)
6
Red (R) Grounding
7
Green (G) Grounding
8
Blue (B) Grounding
9
Reserved
10
Sync Grounding
11
Grounding
12
Data (DDC)
13
Horizontal sync.
14
Vertical sync.
15
Clock (DDC)
Displayable Monitor Specification
Resolution
640 x 350
640 x 400
640 x 480
800 x 600
Horizontal Frequency (KHz)
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
31.468
70.09
37.861
85.08
31.469
70.08
37.927
85.03
31.469
59.94
35.000
66.66
37.861
72.80
37.500
75.00
43.269
85.00
45.913
90.03
53.011
100.04
64.062
120.000
35.156
56.25
37.879
60.31
48.077
72.18
46.875
75.00
53.674
85.06
56.000
90.00
64.016
100.00
832 x 624
49.725
74.55
852 x 480
31.468
60.05
48.363
60.00
56.476
70.06
60.023
75.02
1280 x 768
47.700
60.00
1280 x 1024
64.000
60.00
1366 x 768
48.387
60.00
1024 x 768
• Synchronization input form : separate
• The monitor recognizes 640 x 480 @60Hz signal as
480p DTV signal. So the signal is expanded, please
try other signals like 640 x 480 @75Hz.
• The monitor operates abnormally if a non-standard
video format is selected.
• 852 X 480 : 42" (SD) Native resolution horizontal
polarity is positive (+), vertical polarity is negative (-).
• Depending on the manufacturer, your PC screen might
appear differently (and depending on your particular
version of Windows). Check your PC instruction book for
information about connecting your PC to a the monitor.
• The monitor may operate abnormally if a non-standard
video signal.
• "Out of range" message box will appear when an
over-spec video signal is input. Change the video
settings of PC when the message is displayed.
• 1366 X 768 : 50/63" Native resolution horizontal
polarity is positive (+), vertical polarity is negative (-).
OWNER'S MANUAL
23
Basic Operation
Turning the Monitor ON/OFF
Press the Power button on the remote control. The monitor will turn on and you will be ready to use its
features. You can also use the Power button on the front panel.
Select Source
Press INPUT button on the remote control. Then you can see the source list menu shown as below.
Source Change
1 TV
2 SCART 1
3 SCART 2
4 S-Video/AV
Select the source to watch with PG+/PG- button on the
remote control and press the Menu/Set button.
5 Component 1
6 Component 2
7 PC
8 DVI
Source list menu
TV Programme Selection
1
Connect the signal source (TV antenna) to TV input. Press INPUT button on the remote control
and select TV on the source list.
2
Use PG+/PG- button or numeric button to change TV programme you want.
3
Press Pre.PG button on the remote control to watch the previous programme.
4
Also, you can tune the cable service, provided programmes while using the cable box.
For further information regarding cable TV service, contact your TV service provider(s).
Volume Control
Use VOL+/VOL- button on the remote control to adjust the volume level.
Press Mute button on the remote control when you need to cut the sound temporarily.
24
OWNER'S MANUAL
OSD Menu Structure
• OSD (On Screen Display) allows users to control or adjust various features and settings in accordance
with his/her preferences.
• Press the Menu/Set button on the remote control to see the main OSD menu.
Example of OSD Menu
Picture
Mode
Temperature
Normal
Video NR
¥ OFF Š
Film Mode
¥ OFF Š
Screen Form
Black Enhancer
1
Standard
16 : 9
¥ OFF Š
Main Menu
Press Menu/Set button on the remote control to enter the main OSD menu.
First, select main menu item you need with PG+/PG- button.
To select a main menu items, just press VOL+ or Menu/Set button on the remote control.
2
Sub Menu
Each menu item has its own sub menu items to set.
3
Sub Menu Items
A : If there is no ¥Špart, the item has an sub menu.
You can enter the sub menu and adjust an item you need.
Select sub-menu item with PG+/PG- button on the remote control and press VOL+ or Menu/Set button
to enter the sub menu.
B : If there is a ¥Špart, you can set the item by selecting ¥Š. Ex) ¥ON Š or ¥OFF Š
Press VOL+ or Menu/Set button to set a ¥Špart, and adjust it with PG+/PG- button.
OWNER'S MANUAL
25
Setting the Channel
Storing Channels Automatically
You can now search for and store the TV channels in two different ways : using Auto Scan or Manual Scan.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the TV main menu.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select Auto Scan with PG+/PG- buttons and press
Menu/Set button on the remote control.
Then there will appear the Auto Scan sub menu.
Auto Scan
5
Select your country. Then the tuning bar will appear.
The scanning will start.
Manual Scan
Fine Tune
Edit
Belgium
Czech Rep.
The supported countries are shown as below.
Denmark
Germany
Belgium
Czech Rep.
Denmark
Germany
England
Spain
Finland
France
Great Britain
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Sweden
Turkey
Switzerland
East Europe
Others
England
Spain
Auto Scan
Auto Scan for other countries, please refer to the next page.
• You can enter the TV menu in TV mode only. (When you watch a TV programme.)
26
OWNER'S MANUAL
16
Setting the Channel
Auto Scan (Other Countries)
Asia
Nation
Selection
Nation
Selection
Malaysia
Others
Israel
Others
Pakistan
Others
Kuwait
Others
Singapore
Others
Arab Emirates
Others
Iran
Others
China
Czech Republic
Saudi Arabia
Others
Europe
Nation
Selection
Nation
Selection
Albania
Others
Estonian
Hungary
Andorra
Others
Georgia
Hungary
Croatia
Others
Latvia
Hungary
Iceland
Others
Lithuania
Hungary
Macedonia
Others
Russian Fed.
Hungary
Portugal
Spain
Ukraine
Hungary
Armenia
Hungary
Romania
Poland
Azerbaijan
Hungary
Slovakia
Greece
Belarus
Hungary
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Bulgaria
Hungary
Monaco
France
OWNER'S MANUAL
27
Setting the Channel
Storing Channels Manually
1
Press Menu/Set button on the remote control to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the TV main menu with PG+/PG- button on the
remote control.
Auto Scan
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
Manual Scan
4
Select Manual Scan with PG+/PG- button and press
Menu/Set button.
Fine Tune
5
Then you can see the tuning bar. the monitor will scan
from channels to the current channel.
Manual Scan
Edit
VHF
16
:Move
Menu/Set : EXIT
• Only scanned programmes can be stored as Favorite programmes.
Fine Tuning the Channel Reception
The fine tuning function lets you manually adjust the monitor's tuner if you have difficulty tuning analog
channels.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the TV main menu.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select Fine Tune with PG+/PG- button and press
Menu/Set button. Then you can see the adjust bar.
5
Adjust the Fine Tune with VOL+/VOL- button.
Auto Scan
Manual Scan
Fine Tune
Edit
28
OWNER'S MANUAL
Fine Tune
16
:Move
Menu/Set : EXIT
Setting the Channel
Editing the Channels
Edit Favorite Programme List
You can store of your favorite channels for each available input source (such as TV or CATV).
Then, when you press the Favorite button on the remote control, the monitor display only the favorite
channels you previously stored, allowing you to quickly and easily find frequently wanted channels.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the TV main menu.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select Edit and press the Menu/Set button.
Then you can see the favorite programme list.
5
You can select a programme with PG+/PG- button
on the remote control.
Auto Scan
Manual Scan
Fine Tune
Edit
To Edit the List
You can INSERT, ERASE, SKIP and REPLACE the
programmes in the list. Refer to the picture of the remote
control below.
To Edit the Programme in the List
If you want to edit a programme, press Menu/Set button.
Then you can select a field with VOL+/VOL- button.
Press Menu/Set button on the field to edit. Adjust the field
with PG+/PG- button. To return, press Back button.
1
ERASE
Erase the selected programme from the list.
2
SKIP
Make the selected programme will be skipped.
3
INSERT
Insert new list item.
4
REPLACE
Replace the selected programme with the current
programmes that you're watching.
• Only scanned channels can be set as favorite channels.
OWNER'S MANUAL
29
Digest Function
Digest Function
In the digest function, you can watch 9 programmes at the same time. (This function works only in TV mode)
1
Press the DIGEST button on the remote control.
2
By pressing the channel number, the selected channel
becomes main window.
3
You can make off the digest function by pressing
DIGEST button again.
Only memorized channels can be displayed in the
digest function.
13 windows are available for 42(HD) Plasma TV.
15 windows are available for 50" and 63" Plasma TV.
30
OWNER'S MANUAL
TELETEXT
Teletext On/Mix/Off
You can switch on and off teletext function by pressing TEXT button on remote control.
TOP Text
The user guide displays four fields - red, green, yellow and blue - at the bottom of the screen.
The yellow field denotes the next group and the blue field denotes next block.
Block/Group/Page Selection
-
With the blue button you can move block to block.
Use the yellow button to proceed to the next group with automatic overflow to the next group.
With the green button, you can go to the next exiting page. (Use PG+ button as alternate).
With the red button, you can go to the previous page. (Use PG- button as alternate)
You can go to the page by pressing the numeric button on the remote control.
FASTEXT
The teletext pages are colour coded along the bottom of the screen and are selected by pressing the
corresponding coloured button. Press index button to select the index page. You can go to a page by
pressing the numeric button on remote control. You can move a page by pressing PG+/PG- button
to select the page you want to see.
OWNER'S MANUAL
31
Setting the Picture
Changing the Picture Mode
Your the monitor has 3 automatic factory preset picture settings (Standard, Vivid and Mild). You can choose
Standard, Vivid or Mild by pressing PICTURE button on the remote control (or by making a selection from
the menu). Or you can select User which automatically recalls your personalized picture settings.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
Mode
2
Select the Picture main menu.
Temperature
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select Mode and press Menu/Set button to enter the sub
menu. Then the picture sub mode appear.
5
Select the picture mode and press Menu/Set button.
6
You will see the picture setting bars.
Just press Back button on the remote control.
You can adjust each values of the picture setting,
but the changed values are stored as in User mode.
Standard
Normal
Video NR
¥OFF
Š
Film Mode
¥OFF
Š
Screen Form
Black Enhancer
16 : 9
¥OFF
Š
Standard
Vivid
Mild
User mode has additional settings in a sub menu:
See the next page.
User
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Sharpness
Recall
• Alternative method : Just press the PICTURE button on the remote control. Each time it is pressed, different
mode is selected.
32
OWNER'S MANUAL
Setting the Picture
Adjusting the User Mode
You can change the Contrast, Brightness, Color, and Sharpness according to personal preference in User
mode.
1
Select the item to adjust with PG+/PG- button.
Select User mode (Previous page)
2
Press Menu/Set button.
3
Adjust the item with VOL+/VOL- button.
Contrast
4
To cancel all adjust, select Recall and press
Menu/Set button.
Brightness
Color
Sharpness
For a more detailed description of these settings,
see the next page.
Recall
OWNER'S MANUAL
33
Setting the Picture
Contrast
Adjust brightness difference between
bright part of the screen and dark part.
Distinct
Vague
Dark
Bright
Decrease
Increase
Less sharp
Sharp
Brightness
Adjust brightness of the screen.
Color
Adjust deep and light colour of the screen.
Sharpness
Adjust vividness of the screen.
34
OWNER'S MANUAL
Setting the Picture
Changing the Colour Temperature
Your the monitor has 5 screen temperatures (colour settings).
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Picture main menu.
Temperature
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the picture menu.
Video NR
¥OFF
Š
4
Select Temperature and press Menu/Set button to
enter the sub menu. Then the picture-temperature sub
menu appear.
Film Mode
¥OFF
Š
5
6
Mode
Standard
Screen Form
Black Enhancer
Select the Temperature mode with PG+/PG- button
and press Menu/Set button.
Cool2
Press Back button to return.
Cool1
Normal
16 : 9
¥OFF
Š
Normal
Cool 1, 2
Screen seems cool: Strong Blue.
Warm1
Warm2
Normal
Normal: Factory default.
Warm 1, 2
Screen seems warm: Strong Red.
Video NR (Noise Reduction)
This function automatically filters out and reduces the image noise and improves picture quality when
receiving weak signals.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Picture main menu item.
Temperature
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
Video NR
¥OFF
Š
Select Video NR and press VOL+ button to enter the
¥Šparts. Then the cursor moves into the ¥Šparts.
Film Mode
¥OFF
Š
4
5
Turn on or off Video NR function with PG+/PG- button
and press Back button.
Mode
Standard
Screen Form
Black Enhancer
Normal
16 : 9
¥OFF
Š
OWNER'S MANUAL
35
Setting the Picture
Selecting the Film Mode
This mode is in order to watch a movie composed of 24 frames
smoothly when the movie is converted to 30 frames on TV.
Mode
Temperature
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
Select the picture main menu item.
2
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
3
Select Film Mode and press VOL+ button to enter the ¥Š
parts. Then the cursor moves into the ¥Š parts.
4
Turn on or off Film Mode function with PG+/PG- button
and press Back button.
Standard
Normal
Video NR
¥OFF
Š
Film Mode
¥OFF
Š
Screen Form
Black Enhancer
16 : 9
¥OFF
Š
Changing the Screen Form
Your the monitor has four screen forms: 16:9, Panorama, Zoom1, Zoom2, 4:3.
(For more detail description for these modes, refer to the next page.)
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Picture main menu.
Temperature
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the picture menu.
Video NR
¥OFF
Š
4
Select Screen Form and press Menu/Set button to
enter the sub menu. Then the screen form sub menu
appear.
Film Mode
¥OFF
Š
5
Select the Screen Form you want and press Menu/Set
button.
Mode
Screen Form
Black Enhancer
16 : 9
Panorama
Zoom1
Zoom2
4:3
36
OWNER'S MANUAL
Standard
Normal
16 : 9
¥OFF
Š
Setting the Picture
Screen Form Description
16:9
16:9 video : No change.
4:3 video : Expands 4:3 video signal horizontally to fit the
16:9 screen.
Panorama
16:9 video : No change.
4:3 video : Expands 4:3 video horizontally to fit the 16:9
screen and to minimize distortion, sides are
expanded more than center.
Zoom 1
Expands 16:9 mode screen vertically.
Zoom 2
Expands Zoom 1 mode screen vertically.
4:3
16:9 video : The image is suppressed.
4:3 video : No expansion.
There are gray areas besides the image.
Selecting the Black Enhancer
This will enhance the black level/the contrast of the picture.
The dark regions of the picture are made darker, while bright
areas remain unchanged. The advantage of this black-level
expansion is that the black expansion is performed only if it is
noticeable to the viewer.
Mode
Standard
Temperature
Normal
Video NR
¥OFF
Š
Film Mode
¥OFF
Š
Screen Form
Black Enhancer
16 : 9
¥OFF
Š
OWNER'S MANUAL
37
Setting the Picture [ PC ]
In PC mode, you can adjust the H, V-Position, Native Mode and Phase. Also you can adjust them
automatically.
Adjusting the PC Screen (Geometry)
You can change H, V-Position, Native Mode and Phase in PC mode like usual PC monitors.
You can also adjust them automatically. (Auto adjust function.)
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Picture main menu with PG+/PG- button.
Mode
Temperature
Standard
Normal
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select Geometry and press Menu/Set button to enter
the sub menu. Then the picture-geometry sub menu
will appear.
1
Select the item to adjust with PG+/PG- button.
2
Press Menu/Set button.
V-Position
3
Then the cursor moves on the bar and you can
adjust the value with VOL+/VOL- button.
Phase
Native Mode
¦ON
To adjust these items, automatically, select
Auto Adjust and press Menu/Set button.
Native H-Size
¦852 ‹
Geometry
4
For more detail description refer to the next page.
You can select the H-Size of Native Mode depending
on the input timing [42"(SD) : 848/852, 50"/63" :
1360/1366 select]
38
OWNER'S MANUAL
Screen Form
16:9
H-Position
Auto Adjust
‹
Setting the Picture [ PC ]
H-Position
V-Position
Phase
Mismatch
Match
Native Mode
When you use monitor, 42(SD) native mode display all timing to 852 x 480 mode.
When you off native mode, monitor display 640 x 480 mode expect 848 x 480.
When you use monitor, 50/63 native mode display all timing to 1366 x 768 mode.
When you off native mode, monitor display 1366 x 768 mode expect 1360 x 768.
1
2
Select Native Mode menu and press VOL+ button
to enter the ¥Š parts. Then the cursor moves
into the ¥Š parts.
Turn the function on or off with PG+/PG- button
and press Back button.
H-Position
V-Position
Phase
Native Mode
¥OFF
Š
Native H-Size
¥852
Š
Auto Adjust
OWNER'S MANUAL
39
Setting the Sound
In Sound menu, you can adjust balance, MTS ( Multi-Track Sound), AVC (Auto Volume Control) and select
the equalizer settings.
Adjusting the Sound Balance
This control allows you to adjust the balance of the left and right speaker output.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Sound main menu.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select Balance and press Menu/Set button.
5
Adjust the Balance with VOL+/VOL- button and
press Menu/Set button.
Balance
Sound Mode
User
Spatial Effect
¥OFF
Š
AVC
¥OFF
Š
MTS
Stereo
Changing the Sound Mode
Your the monitor has four automatic sound settings (Standard, Movie, Music and News) that are preset
at the factory. You can activate either Standard, Movie, Music, or News by pressing SOUND on the remote
control (or by making a selection from the menu) or you can select Custom which automatically recalls your
personalized sound settings.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Sound main menu.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
Balance
4
Select Sound Mode and press Menu/Set button to
enter the sub menu. Then the mode sub menu appear.
Sound Mode
5
Select the User setting and press Menu/Set button.
6
You will see the equalizer bars. Just press Back
button on the remote control. You can adjust each
values of equalizer, but the changed values are
stored as in User mode.
User mode require more settings.
It has sub menu: See next page.
Spatial Effect
¥OFF
Š
AVC
¥OFF
Š
MTS
Standard
Equalizer
Movie
Music
News
0.1
40
OWNER'S MANUAL
0.5
1.5
5.0 10.0kHz
User
User
Stereo
Setting the Sound
Adjusting User Sound Mode
You can use the OSD menu to change the Treble, Bass, Balance, and DRC according to your preference.
1
Equalizer menu appear when you select User mode.
2
Select a gain bar with VOL+/VOL- button on the
remote control and adjust it with PG+/PG- button.
3
Select User mode (Previous page)
Equalizer
Press Back button on the remote control to exit equalizer.
The result will be saved automatically.
0.1
0.5
1.5
5.0
10.0kHz
Spatial Effect
This function can create surround effect such as the sound seems to come from all directions.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Sound main menu.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select Spatial Effect and press VOL+ button.
5
Turn on or off spatial effect function with PG+/PGbutton and press Menu/Set button.
Balance
Sound Mode
User
Spatial Effect
¥OFF
Š
AVC
¥OFF
Š
Stereo
MTS
AVC (Auto Volume Control)
This function adjust sound volume level automatically depending on the source.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Sound main menu.
Balance
Sound Mode
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select AVC and press VOL+ button to enter the ¥Š
parts. Then the cursor moves into the ¥Šparts.
5
Turn on or off AVC function with PG+/PG- button and
press Back button.
User
Spatial Effect
¥OFF
Š
AVC
¥OFF
Š
MTS
Stereo
OWNER'S MANUAL
41
Setting the Sound
MTS (Multichannel Television Sound)
Select sound signal format from the input source. There are Mono, Stereo, Language A, Language B,
Language AB sound formats.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Sound main menu with PG+/PG- button
on the remote control.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select MTS and press Menu/Set button to enter the
sub menu. Then the MTS sub menu appear.
MTS
Select the MTS format with PG+/PG- and press
Menu/Set button.
Mono
Balance
5
Sound Mode
User
Spatial Effect
¥OFF
Š
AVC
¥OFF
Š
Stereo
Stereo
The available sound forms are displayed.
Usually, you can see mono and stereo.
Language A
Language B
Language AB
• NICAM : A Digital stereo sound format for analog TV from BBC. If a channel transmit NICAM sound signal,
you can hear high quality digital stereo sound. The monitor recognize NICAM automatically.
42
OWNER'S MANUAL
Setting the Others
In Setup menu, you can adjust the transparency of the OSD menu and set PIP and others.
Adjusting the Transparency of the OSD Window
Adjust the transparency of the OSD menu. There are 8 step from OFF to 7.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Setup main menu with PG+/PG- button on
the remote control.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select Translucent and press VOL+ button to enter the
¥Šparts. Then the cursor moves into the ¥Šparts.
5
Adjust with PG+/PG- button and press Back button.
Translucent
¥OFF
Š
¥OFF
Š
PIP
Advanced
PIP (Picture in Picture)
You can watch two programmes or sources at the same time. And Setup PIP size and position.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Setup main menu with PG+/PG- button on
the remote control.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select PIP and press Menu/Set button to enter the
sub menu. Then the PIP sub menu appear.
Translucent
PIP Window
PIP
Advanced
Size
¥Small Š
Source
Picture Swap
Position
OWNER'S MANUAL
43
Setting the Others
Changing the Size in PIP
Change the size of the PIP window. There are 3 sizes: Small, Large, Twin.
1
Select Size and press VOL+ button to enter the ¥Šparts. Then the cursor moves into the parts.
2
Adjust size function with PG+/PG- button and press Menu/Set button.
Small
Large
Twin
Choosing the Source in PIP
Change the source of the PIP window.
1
2
Select Source and press Menu/Set button to enter the
sub menu. Then the PIP sub menu appear.
The available sources will be displayed.
Select the source and press Menu/Set button.
Size
Source
Picture Swap
Position
TV
This picture is an example.
The displayed sources may be
different depending on the
main input source.
44
OWNER'S MANUAL
SCART1
SCART2
S-Video/AV
¥Small Š
Setting the Others
Main
PIP
TV
SCART 1 SCART 2 S-Video/AV Component 1 Component 2
PC
DVI
TV
SCART 1
–
SCART 2
S-Video/AV
–
–
PC
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
DVI
–
–
–
–
Component 1
Component 2
Picture Swap in PIP (Picture in Picture)
Swap the sources of the main screen and the PIP window.
Select Picture Swap and press Menu/Set button.
Changing the Position in PIP
Change the position of the PIP window.
1
2
Select Position with PG+/PG- button on the remote
control and press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
Then the PIP sub menu appear.
Size
In sub menu, there are four positions.
Select the position with PG+/PG- button on the remote
control and press Back button
Picture Swap
¥Small Š
Source
Position
Right Down
Right Up
Left Up
Left Down
OWNER'S MANUAL
45
Setting the Others
Advanced
You can Set ID, Burn Protect, Burn Clear, Blue Back, Language and Front Key Lock in Advanced menu.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Setup main menu with PG+/PG- button on
the remote control.
¥OFF
Š
Set ID
¥
99
Š
Burn Protect
¥ON
Š
Burn Clear
¥OFF
Š
Blue Back
¥OFF
Š
Language
¥ English Š
Front Key Lock
¥OFF
Š
Set ID
¥
99
Š
Burn Protect
¥ON
Š
Burn Clear
¥OFF
Š
Blue Back
¥OFF
Š
Language
¥ English Š
Front Key Lock
¥OFF
Translucent
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select Advanced and press Menu/Set button to enter
the advanced menu. Then the advanced sub menu
appear.
PIP
Advanced
Set ID in Advanced
Set the ID of the monitor for mass-controlling through the serial port.
1
Select Set ID and press VOL+ button to enter the
¥Špart. Then the cursor moves into the ¥Špart.
2
Adjust with PG+/PG- button and press Back button.
Burn Protect in Advanced
Š
The monitor may be damaged from displaying a static image long time (over 30 minutes). It is called as image
sticking, and burn protect function moves image regularly to relieve image sticking. You can set the moving
range of the burn protection function. (How much the image will move.) Burn Protection function moves image
1 pixel per 2 minutes, and after moving the set range, image starts to go back to the original position.
1
2
46
Select Burn Protect menu and press VOL+ button to
enter the ¥Šparts. Then the cursor moves into the
¥Šparts.
Turn the function on or off with PG+/PG- button and
press Back button.
OWNER'S MANUAL
Set ID
¥
99
Š
Burn Protect
¥ON
Š
Burn Clear
¥OFF
Š
Blue Back
¥OFF
Š
Language
¥ English Š
Front Key Lock
¥OFF
Š
Setting the Others
Burn Clear in Advanced
This function will be used for removing sticking image on the screen.
1
Select Burn Clear and press VOL+ button to enter the
¥Šparts. Then the cursor moves into the ¥Šparts.
2
Turn the function on or off with PG+/PG- button
and press Back button.
Set ID
¥
99
Š
Burn Protect
¥ON
Š
Burn Clear
¥OFF
Š
Blue Back
¥OFF
Š
Language
¥ English Š
Front Key Lock
¥OFF
Š
Set ID
¥
99
Š
Burn Protect
¥ON
Š
Burn Clear
¥OFF
Š
Blue Back
¥OFF
Š
Language
¥ English Š
Front Key Lock
¥OFF
Š
Set ID
¥
99
Š
Burn Protect
¥ON
Š
Burn Clear
¥OFF
Š
Blue Back
¥OFF
Š
Language
¥ English Š
Front Key Lock
¥OFF
Setting the Blue Screen Mode
You can set to display blue-colour screen instead of noise screen.
1
2
Select Blue Back and press VOL+ button to enter
the ¥Šparts. Then the cursor moves into the
¥Šparts.
Turn the function on or off with PG+/PG- button
and press Back button.
Changing the OSD Language
Set the language to use in OSD.
Supported languages are English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian.
1
2
Select Language and press VOL+ button to enter
the ¥Šparts. Then the cursor moves into the
¥Šparts.
Choose the Language with PG+/PG- button and
press Back button.
Š
Front Key Lock in Advance
Lock the OSD panel of the monitor. It can protect the monitor from children's power On/Off or other
operation by miss.
1
2
Select Front Key Lock and press VOL+ button to enter
the ¥Šparts. Then the cursor moves into the
¥Šparts.
Turn the function on or off with PG+/PG- button and
press Back button
Set ID
¥
99
Š
Burn Protect
¥ON
Š
Burn Clear
¥OFF
Š
Blue Back
¥OFF
Š
Language
¥ English Š
Front Key Lock
¥OFF
Š
OWNER'S MANUAL
47
Setting the Time
In the Time menu, you can set the current time and auto power On/Off.
Setting the Current Time
Set the current time.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
Time Set
AM 03:29
2
Select the Time main menu.
On Time
AM 05:11 ON
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
On Channel
¥99
Š
4
Select Time Set by pressing VOL+ button.
On Volume
¥100
Š
Off Time
AM 05:11 OFF
5
Move the cursor by pressing VOL+/VOL- button
and adjust time by PG+/PG- button.
Sleep
¥OFF
Š
Setting the On Time
This the monitor can be set to turn on automatically at specific time that you choose.
Before using the timer, you must set the monitor's Time as described previously.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Time main menu with PG+/PG- button on
the remote control.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select On Time with PG+/PG- button and press
VOL+ button.
5
AM 03:29
On Time
AM 05:11 ON
On Channel
¥99
Š
On Volume
¥100
Š
Off Time
AM 05:11 OFF
Sleep
¥OFF
Move the cursor by VOL+/VOL- button and adjust
time by PG+/PG- button.
On Time
Item Name
48
Time Set
OWNER'S MANUAL
AM 05:11 ON
Auto power-on time
Activated
Š
Setting the Time
Setting the On Channel
Set the channel when the monitor power turn on automatically.
Available only when the time is set and on time is on.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Time main menu with PG+/PG- button on
the remote control.
Time Set
AM 03:29
On Time
AM 05:11 ON
On Channel
¥99
Š
Š
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
On Volume
¥100
4
Select On Channel.
Off Time
AM 05:11 OFF
5
Enter to the ¥Špart with VOL+ button.
Then the cursor moves into the ¥Šparts.
Sleep
¥OFF
6
Adjust the channel with PG+/PG- button.
Press Back button to return.
Š
Setting the On Volume
Set the sound volume level when the monitor power on automatically.
Available only when the time is set and on time is on.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Time main menu with PG+/PG- button on
the remote control.
Time Set
AM 03:29
On Time
AM 05:11 ON
On Channel
¥99
Š
Š
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
On Volume
¥100
4
Select On Volume.
Off Time
AM 05:11 OFF
5
Enter to the ¥Špart by pressing VOL+ button.
Then the cursor moves into the ¥Šparts.
Sleep
¥OFF
6
Adjust the sound volume level with PG+/PG- button.
Š
OWNER'S MANUAL
49
Setting the Time
Setting the Off Time
This the monitor can be set to turn off automatically at specific times that you choose.
Before using the timer, you must set the monitor's clock as described previously.
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Time main menu with PG+/PG- button on
the remote control.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select Off Time with PG+/PG- button on the remote
control and press VOL+ button.
5
Time Set
AM 03:29
On Time
AM 05:11 ON
On Channel
¥99
Š
On Volume
¥100
Š
Off Time
AM 05:11 OFF
Sleep
¥OFF
Š
Move the cursor with VOL+/VOL- button and adjust
time with PG+/PG- button.
Off Time
Item Name
AM 05:11 ON
Activated
Auto power-off time
Setting the Sleep Timer
You can set your the monitor to automatically turn off after a preset interval.
If you turn off the monitor in the state of setting up sleep time and turn on again, sleep time erased therefore
Setup again. The time period runs from OFF (0min) to 180min. (OFF, 10min, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120, 150, 180)
50
1
Press Menu/Set button to display the main OSD menu.
2
Select the Time main menu. with PG+/PG- button on
the remote control.
3
Press Menu/Set button to enter the sub menu.
4
Select Sleep with PG+/PG- button on the remote
control and press VOL+ button.
5
Enter to the ¥Špart with VOL+ button. Then the
cursor moves into the ¥Šparts.
6
Set the time period with PG+/PG- button.
7
Press Back button to return.
OWNER'S MANUAL
Time Set
AM 03:29
On Time
AM 05:11 ON
On Channel
¥99
Š
On Volume
¥100
Š
Off Time
AM 05:11 OFF
Sleep
¥OFF
Š
Troubleshooting
If your monitor is not working properly, please scan this list of problems and possible solutions.
It may save you time and money.
Problem
Quick Action for Possible Solution
No picture & no sound
• Check whether the monitor is turned on.
• Power cord inserted into wall outlet?
• Plug another product's power cord into the wall outlet where the
monitor's power cord was plugged in.
Picture ok & no sound
• Press the VOLUME(Š) button.
• Check the audio input signal.
The remote control doesn't work
• Check to see if there is any object between the monitor and the
remote control causing obstruction.
• Check to see if the batteries are installed with the correct
polarities.
Digital broadcasting screen problem
• Check the digital signal strength and input antenna.
No or poor color or poor picture
• Select color in the picture and press VOLUME (Š) button.
• Keep a certain distance between the monitor and the input
source.
• Activate any function to restore the brightness of the picture.
• Check to see that both the monitor and the source are plugged
in and turned on.
The image is too light or too dark
• Adjust the brightness or contrast settings.
The image is too large or too small
• Adjust the size settings.
No output from one of the speakers
• Adjust Balance in the sound menu.
OWNER'S MANUAL
51
Specification
42" Plasma TV (1)
Function and Specification
Display Size
42-Inch 16 : 9 Diagonal Screen
Display Mode
Variable 4 Modes (4:3 Mode / 16:9 X 3 Modes)
Pixel Format
852 X 480 Physical Pixel * (SD)
Contrast Ratio
3000 : 1
Brightness
1000 cd/m 2
Resolution (RGB)
1280 X 1024 / 60Hz
PIP
Advanced multi-windows viewing PIP(picture in picture) with four selectable window
1024 X 768 Physical Pixel ** (HD)
positions on Video mode
Input Compatible
Multiple input compatible
Video
Advanced motion digital / Motion-Adaptive De-interlace process, Digital progressive
line scaling.
Tuner Module
TV/CATV (PAL/SECAM)
Programming
Favorite channel programming, Time Set, Set the Sleep timer, TTX
HDTV Input
480i/p(60Hz), 576i/p(50Hz), 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
Color Temperature
Selectable 5 Mode (Cool 1, 2 / Normal / Warm 1, 2)
Dimension/Weight
Main Only
1046(W) X 635(H) X 87.3(D) / 38kg
With Stand
1046(W) X 702(H) X 299(D) / 38.9kg
With Stand and Speaker
1246(W) X 702(H) X 299(D) / 41.5kg
Miscellaneous
Audio
Built-in amplifier and two speaker(7Watt/Typ.) systems (optional), Selectable
fixed/variable audio output(optional)
External Control
Front OSD Key Control, Remote Control, RS232C Control
Power Consumption
Input Power
AC 110 ~ 240V 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
350 Watt *
400 Watt **
Connectivity
TV Input
RF / CATV (PAL / SECAM)
SCART 1, 2 Input
SCART X 2Port (SCART1 (Half), SCART2 (Full))
Composite Input/Output
RCA X 2Port (AV Input, AV Output)
Component 1, 2 Input
RCA X 2Port (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr : 480i/p(60Hz) / 576i/p(50Hz) / 720p(50/60Hz) / 1080i(50/60Hz))
S-Video Input
Mini Din 4Pin X 1Port
PC Input
Mini D-Sub 15Pin X 1Port / HDTV Input 480p, 576p, 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
DVI Input
Mini D-Sub 29Pin X 1Port / HDTV Input 480p, 576p, 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
HDCP(Factory option)
Audio In/Output
RCA X 5Port
Speaker Output
Cinch Type X 4Port(Stereo L/R), Head Phone Jack X 1Port(Optional)
External Control Port
Mini D-Sub 9Pin X 1Port
Notice : *Model : HP-4200B / **Model : HP-4250B
52
OWNER'S MANUAL
Specification
42" Plasma TV (2)
Function and Specification
Display Size
42-Inch 16 : 9 Diagonal Screen
Display Mode
Variable 4 Modes (4:3 Mode / 16:9 X 3 Modes)
Pixel Format
852 X 480 Physical Pixel (SD)
Contrast Ratio
3000 : 1
Brightness
1000 cd/m 2
Resolution (RGB)
1280 X 1024 / 60Hz
PIP
Advanced multi-windows viewing PIP(picture in picture) with four selectable window
positions on Video mode
Input Compatible
Multiple input compatible
Video
Advanced motion digital / Motion-Adaptive De-interlace process, Digital progressive
line scaling.
Tuner Module
TV/CATV (PAL/SECAM)
Programming
Favorite channel programming, Time Set, Set the Sleep timer, TTX
HDTV Input
480i/p(60Hz), 576i/p(50Hz), 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
Color Temperature
Selectable 5 Mode (Cool 1, 2 / Normal / Warm 1, 2)
Dimension/Weight
Main Only
1035(W) X 635(H) X 95.3(D) / 34kg
With Stand
1035(W) X 698.4(H) X 305(D) / 34.9kg
With Stand and Speaker
1235(W) X 698.4(H) X 305(D) / 37.5kg
Miscellaneous
Audio
Built-in amplifier and two speaker(7Watt/Typ.) systems (optional), Selectable
fixed/variable audio output(optional)
External Control
Front OSD Key Control, Remote Control, RS232C Control
Power Consumption
Input Power
AC 110 ~ 240V 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
350 Watt
Connectivity
TV Input
RF / CATV (PAL / SECAM)
SCART 1, 2 Input
SCART X 2Port (SCART1 (Half), SCART2 (Full))
Composite Input/Output
RCA X 2Port (AV Input, AV Output)
Component 1, 2 Input
RCA X 2Port (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr : 480i/p(60Hz) / 576i/p(50Hz) / 720p(50/60Hz) / 1080i(50/60Hz))
S-Video Input
Mini Din 4Pin X 1Port
PC Input
Mini D-Sub 15Pin X 1Port / HDTV Input 480p, 576p, 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
DVI Input
Mini D-Sub 29Pin X 1Port / HDTV Input 480p, 576p, 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
HDCP(Factory option)
Audio In/Output
RCA X 5Port
Speaker Output
Cinch Type X 4Port(Stereo L/R), Head Phone Jack X 1Port(Optional)
External Control Port
Mini D-Sub 9Pin X 1Port
Notice : Model : HP-4210B / Model : HP-4220B
OWNER'S MANUAL
53
Specification
50" Plasma TV
Function and Specification
Display Size
50-Inch 16 : 9 Diagonal Screen
Display Mode
Variable 4 Modes (4:3 Mode / 16:9 X 3 Modes)
Pixel Format
1366 X 768 Physical Pixel
Contrast Ratio
3000 : 1
Brightness
1000 cd/m 2
Resolution (RGB)
1280 X 1024 / 60Hz
PIP
Advanced multi-windows viewing PIP(picture in picture) with four selectable window
positions on Video mode
Input Compatible
Multiple input compatible
Video
Advanced motion digital / Motion-Adaptive De-interlace process, Digital progressive
line scaling.
Tuner Module
TV/CATV (PAL/SECAM)
Programming
Favorite channel programming, Time Set, Set the Sleep timer, TTX
HDTV Input
480i/p(60Hz), 576i/p(50Hz), 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
Color temperature
Selectable 5 Mode (Cool 1, 2 / Normal / Warm 1, 2)
Dimension/Weight
Main Only
1216(W) X 732(H) X 87.3(D) / 50kg
With Stand
1216(W) X 798(H) X 299(D) / 55kg
With Stand and Speaker
1416(W) X 798(H) X 299(D) / 59kg
Miscellaneous
Audio
Built-in amplifier and two speaker(7Watt/Typ.) systems (optional), Selectable
fixed/variable audio output(optional)
External Control
Front OSD Key Control, Remote Control, RS232C Control
Power Consumption
Input Power
AC 110 ~ 240V 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
450 Watt
Connectivity
TV Input
RF / CATV (PAL / SECAM)
SCART 1, 2 Input
SCART X 2Port (SCART1 (Half), SCART2 (Full))
Composite Input/Output
RCA X 2Port (AV Input, AV Output)
Component 1, 2 Input
RCA X 2Port (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr : 480i/p(60Hz) / 576i/p(50Hz) / 720p(50/60Hz) / 1080i(50/60Hz))
S-Video Input
Mini Din 4Pin X 1Port
PC Input
Mini D-Sub 15Pin X 1Port / HDTV Input 480p, 576p, 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
DVI Input
Mini D-Sub 29Pin X 1Port / HDTV Input 480p, 576p, 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
HDCP(Factory option)
Audio In/Output
RCA X 5Port
Speaker Output
Cinch Type X 4Port (Stereo L/R), Head Phone Jack X 1Port (Optional)
External Control Port
Mini D-Sub 9Pin X 1Port
Notice : Model : HP-5000B
54
OWNER'S MANUAL
Specification
63" Plasma TV
Function and Specification
Display Size
63-Inch 16 : 9 Diagonal Screen
Display Mode
Variable 4 Modes (4:3 Mode / 16:9 X 3 Modes)
Pixel Format
1366 X 768 Physical Pixel
Contrast Ratio
1000 : 1
Brightness
800 cd/m 2
Resolution (RGB)
1280 X 1024 / 60Hz
PIP
Advanced multi-windows viewing PIP(picture in picture) with four selectable window
positions on Video mode
Input Compatible
Multiple input compatible
Video
Advanced motion digital / Motion-Adaptive De-interlace process, Digital progressive
line scaling.
Tuner Module
TV/CATV (PAL/SECAM)
Programming
Favorite channel programming, Time Set, Set the Sleep timer, TTX
HDTV Input
480i/p(60Hz), 576i/p(50Hz), 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
Color temperature
Selectable 5 Mode (Cool 1, 2 / Normal / Warm 1, 2)
Dimension/Weight
Main Only
1503(W) X 893(H) X 92.6(D) / 79kg
With Stand
1503(W) X 927(H) X 400(D) / 98kg
With Stand and Speaker
1703(W) X 927(H) X 400(D) / 104.7kg
Miscellaneous
Audio
Built-in amplifier and two speaker(7Watt/Typ.) systems (optional), Selectable
fixed/variable audio output(optional)
External Control
Front OSD Key Control, Remote Control, RS232C Control
Power Consumption
Input Power
AC 110 ~ 240V 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
580 Watt
Connectivity
TV Input
RF / CATV (PAL / SECAM)
SCART 1, 2 Input
SCART X 2Port (SCART1 (Half), SCART2 (Full))
Composite Input/Output
RCA X 2Port (AV Input, AV Output)
Component 1, 2 Input
RCA X 2Port (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr : 480i/p(60Hz) / 576i/p(50Hz) / 720p(50/60Hz) / 1080i(50/60Hz))
S-Video Input
Mini Din 4Pin X 1Port
PC Input
Mini D-Sub 15Pin X 1Port / HDTV Input 480p, 576p, 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
DVI Input
Mini D-Sub 29Pin X 1Port / HDTV Input 480p, 576p, 720P(50/60Hz),1080i(50/60Hz)
HDCP(Factory option)
Audio In/Output
RCA X 5Port
Speaker Output
Cinch Type X 4Port(Stereo L/R), Head Phone Jack X 1Port(Optional)
External Control Port
Mini D-Sub 9Pin X 1Port
Notice : Model : HP-6300B
OWNER'S MANUAL
55
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising