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Avermedia AVerKey300 User`s manual
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Bridging PC/MAC & Video
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Product Highlights........................................................................................... 1
What’s in the Package ..................................................................................... 2
Features and Specifications ............................................................................. 3
System Requirements ...................................................................................... 5
Chapter 2 Hardware Installation and Setup
Connecting AVerKey300 to the Computer and Monitor................................. 6
Connecting an IBM PC and VGA Monitor .............................................. 7
Connecting a Macintosh (or NEC) Computer and Display Monitor ........ 8
Connecting a SCART RGB Monitor ........................................................ 9
Connecting the TV .......................................................................................... 10
Chapter 3 Using the AVerKey300
Using the Remote Control ............................................................................... 11
Touch Button Panel ......................................................................................... 15
The LED Panel ................................................................................................ 16
Special Highlighting Functions ....................................................................... 17
AVerMedia Spot....................................................................................... 17
AVerMedia Pointer .................................................................................. 18
AVerMedia Spylight ................................................................................ 20
Different Types of Zoom................................................................................. 22
Normal Zoom ........................................................................................... 22
AVerMedia Area Zoom............................................................................ 22
AVerMedia Spot-Zoom............................................................................ 23
AVerMedia Pointer-Zoom........................................................................ 24
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
Appendix Supported Display Modes
Chapter 1
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the AVerKey 300 . We are certain you will find
this product a useful video presentation tool that is highly suitable for your
business and multimedia applications.
To get you started, this chapter briefly describes what the AVerKey 300
has to offer. At the end of the chapter, you will find the system
requirements needed in order to use this product.
Product Highlights
The AVerKey 300 is an external PC/MAC/NEC-to-TV scan converter. It
can convert computer images into video format and display them on any
TV monitor or large-screen LCD projector. True Plug & Play with no
software drivers required, the AVerKey 300 is compatible with all
computers, notebooks and operating systems.
The AVerKey 300 offers many exciting new features to enhance your
presentations. Four very special features are the Area Zoom, AVerMedia
Spot-Zoom, AVerMedia Pointer-Zoom, AVerMedia Spylight. They are
special highlighting functions which allow you to focus on specific areas
of your screen and emphasize key points in your presentation. The
AVerKey 300 provides up to 7 Selectable Sharpness Controls to choose
from. Full Screen Underscan/Overscan and Horizontal/Vertical
Adjustment prevents images from being "chopped out". The Screen Freeze
function allows you to pause video output and make last-minute changes to
your presentations. And with Super-VGA compatibility, your applications
can be converted into resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 (PC and MAC) in 16.7
million colors. All of these features (and more) can be easily accessed with
the Infrared Remote Control.
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Even without the remote, you will still be able to operate the
AVerKey 300 . It has a built-in Touch Button Control Panel which gives
you access to many key functions.
What’s in the Package
Your AVerKey 300 package includes the following :
AVerKey300 Scan Converter and
Remote Control (batteries included)
AC Power Adapter Unit
This User’s
Manual
Computer
Extension Cable
(VGA Cable)
S-Video Cable
AV Cable
Optional Accessories :
Monitor Adapter
(for MAC/NEC)
Computer Adapter
(for MAC/NEC)
SCART Cable (optional on PAL version)
2
12” and 14” Dummy
Terminators (for MAC)
Chapter 1 Introduction
Features and Specifications
The AVerKey 300 provides the following features and specifications :
Features
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Plug and Play, no software drivers required.
Compatible with all PCs, MACs, NEC 98 family PCs, and Laptops.
Wireless remote control access to all functions.
Touch-button control panel.
Supports resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 (PC and MAC) with 16.7 million
colors.
Up to 7 levels of flicker-filter selection for sharpness control.
Simultaneous display on computer and TV monitors (Supports all VGA
monitors and MultiScan MAC monitors).
3 types of Highlighting functions :
* AVerMedia Spot
This function highlights a certain area on the image by darkening external
areas and by creating a colored border within your area of interest. Create a
highlight as large as 1/4th of your screen or as small as 1/64th of your
presentation screen.
* AVerMedia Pointer
Similar to a Laser Pointer, the AVerMedia Pointer is a 4 x 4 pixel square
that lets you direct your viewers attention to key areas on the screen.
* AVerMedia Spylight
This function highlights certain areas of your screen by darkening unwanted
areas. You can darken areas horizontally or vertically.
4 types of Zoom :
* Traditional Zoom & Pan
Users can zoom in (200%) the computer screen on TV display and pan
around freely to any part of the screen.
* Exclusive AVerMedia Area Zoom
Divides the computer screen into 9 parts and allows you to select the desired
part through the “Area Zoom Control” on the remote.
* New AVerMedia Spot-Zoom
After you highlight a certain area using AVerMedia Spot, you can zoom in
and out of the highlighted area.
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* New AVerMedia Pointer-Zoom
You can point to a key area in your presentation using AVerMedia Pointer
and then enlarge that area.
Zoom sharpness control.
Screen freeze/unfreeze.
Screen freeze allows you to pause the video output and make last-minute
changes to your presentations.
Full-screen underscan/overscan.
Full-screen underscan/overscan ensures your screen images won’t be
“chopped off” on the borders of the screen.
(Note: Images will not be chopped off for resolutions up to 1600 x 1200.)
Wide-range picture width and height adjustment.
Horizontal/vertical picture positioning.
Horizontal/vertical screen panning.
TV brightness control.
Composite/S/RGB video output.
Save settings when powering off.
Specifications
Input Signal:
Output Signal:
Power Supply:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Compliance:
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VGA, RGB or MAC
Horizontal frequency : 24KHz - 108KHz
Vertical frequency : 56Hz - 120Hz
Composite video, S-video, Computer monitor (PC, MAC
or NEC) pass-thru output, SCART RGB video output
7.5VDC Power Adapter
Base unit : 5.95” x 4.76” x 1.45"
(15.11cm x 12.1cm x 3.7cm)
Remote control : 7.24” x 2.2” x 0.65”
(18.4cm x 5.6cm x 1.7cm)
0.77 lb. (349 grams)
FCC Class B
Chapter 1 Introduction
System Requirements
To use the AVerKey 300 , you will need :
• IBM PC or compatibles;
• Any Macintosh that support up to 1600 x 1200 display mode;
(MAC systems without the monitor output require a Power-R or Apple
adapter); or
• Any NEC computer from the NEC 98 Series
NOTE: AVerKey 300 should in theory support any computer and
display systems with a vertical display frequency range of 56Hz
to 120Hz and a horizontal display frequency of 24KHz to
108KHz. However, due to different custom hardware
configurations and the wide variety of connectors used on
various systems, we cannot guarantee that AVerKey 300 will
function properly.
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Chapter 2
Hardware Installation and
Setup
This chapter will show you how to install the AVerKey 300 to an IBM
compatible PC, Macintosh computer and NEC PC.
Connecting AVerKey300 to the
Computer and Monitor
The ports on the back panel of the AVerKey 300 are for connecting the
converter to the system unit and graphics display monitor. The figure and
descriptions below specify what device should go into each port. (Text
describing each port are printed at the bottom side of the converter.)
POWER (7.5V) : Plug the AC Power Adapter to this port.
VGA IN
: For IBM PC or compatible :
This port connects the AVerKey 300 to the
IBM compatible PC’s VGA port via the supplied
Computer Extension Cable.
For Macintosh or NEC computer :
This port connects the AVerKey 300 to the
Macintosh/NEC PC’s display card via the
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supplied Computer Extension Cable. (A
Computer Adapter should be used to connect.)
VGA OUT
: The computer monitor should be connected to this
port. (A Monitor Adapter is needed to connect the
Macintosh or NEC monitor.)
Connecting an IBM PC and VGA Monitor
To connect the AVerKey 300 with an IBM PC or compatible and a
VGA monitor, follow the setup diagram and step-by-step procedure
below.
1. Connect the AVerKey 300 to the PC.
Plug one end of the supplied Computer Extension Cable to the
AVerKey 300 “VGA IN” port and the other end to the PC’s VGA
port.
2. Connect the VGA monitor to AVerKey 300 .
Plug the VGA monitor cable to the AVerKey 300 “VGA OUT”
port.
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3. Plug the supplied AC Power Adapter into the AVerKey 300
“POWER” port.
Connecting a Macintosh (or NEC) Computer
and Display Monitor
To connect the AVerKey 300 with a Macintosh or NEC computer and
a display monitor, follow the setup diagram and procedure below.
1. Use the supplied Computer Extension Cable and the Computer
Adapter to connect AVerKey 300 to the Macintosh or NEC
computer. (The Computer Adapter is provided as an option.)
• Plug
one
end
of
the
Computer
AVerKey 300 “VGA IN” port.
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Extension
Cable
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• Attach the Computer Adapter to the other end of the Computer
Extension Cable.
• Connect the Computer Extension Cable with the attached Computer
Adapter to the monitor port on the back panel of your Macintosh or
NEC computer.
2. Connect your Macintosh or NEC monitor to the AVerKey 300 .
• Disconnect the monitor from the computer.
• Then, attach the Monitor Adapter to the monitor cable. (The
Monitor Adapter is provided as an option.)
• Connect the monitor cable with the attached Monitor Adapter to the
AVerKey 300 “VGA OUT” port.
3. If you do not intend to use a computer monitor with your Macintosh
computer, you will need to connect a dummy terminator to the
AVerKey 300 “VGA OUT” port. In general, a 14” terminator is
used. A 12” terminator is only used with software that requires it.
Terminators are used with Macintosh and laptops when no external
monitor is used. (12” and 14” terminators are provided as optional
accessories with the AVerKey 300 .)
4. Plug the supplied AC Power Adapter into the AVerKey 300
“POWER” port.
Connecting a SCART
RGB Monitor
If you are using a SCART RGB
monitor, connect the monitor to
the SCART RGB port at the
side panel of AVerKey 300
using the SCART RGB Cable.
(The SCART RGB Cable is
provided
as
an
optional
accessory
cable
with
the
AVerKey 300 .)
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Connecting the TV
To display the computer screen on TV (or any video monitor), you will
need to connect the TV to one of the ports at the AVerKey 300 side
panel.
If the TV set uses the composite video standard, connect the TV to the
AVerKey 300 “VIDEO” port using the supplied AV Cable.
If the TV set uses the S-video standard, connect the TV to the
AVerKey 300 “S-VHS” port using the supplied S-Video Cable.
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Chapter 3
Using the AVerKey300
This chapter will show you how to use the Remote Control Unit and Touch
Button Control Panel of the AVerKey 300 . At the end of this chapter,
you will find details on using the special highlighting and zoom functions
of the AVerKey 300 .
Using the Remote Control
To use the remote control, first insert the batteries (2 size “AA” batteries
are provided) into the battery compartment at the back of the remote.
The Infrared Sensor is located at the front panel of the AVerKey 300
(see figure below). While using the remote, aim it at the infrared sensor.
The figure and descriptions on the following pages show you how to use
the remote control.
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POWER
: Switches the AVerKey 300 on/off.
RESET
: Restores the AVerKey 300 to original factory
settings.
AREA ZOOM
: Provides quick selection of the screen area to
magnify.
The Area Zoom function divides the computer
image on the TV into 9 parts and allows you to
select the desired part to zoom.
Refer to the section, Different Types of Zoom, for
more details.
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ZOOM
: Press this button to zoom in or out of the
computer image on TV.
FREEZE
: Press this button to freeze or unfreeze the
computer image on TV.
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OVERSCAN
: Toggles between Underscan and Overscan.
Overscan displays the computer image on TV to
the fullest. The image will be chopped off at the
borders when displayed this way.
When you switch to Underscan, the computer
image will be completely displayed on TV.
Note: Images will not be chopped off for
resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 in underscan
mode.
SHARPNESS
: This button is a cyclic switch which, when
pressed successively, alternates with 7 levels of
sharpness. Press this button repeatedly until you
find the level of sharpness you want.
HEIGHT
: Press
to enlarge the height of the computer
image on TV.
: Press
to reduce the height of the computer
image on TV.
WIDTH
: Press
to enlarge the width of the computer
image on TV.
Press
to reduce the width of the computer
image on TV.
BRIGHTNESS
: Press
to decrease the brightness level.
Press
to increase the brightness level.
There are 4 brightness levels to choose from.
PAN/POS
: Toggles between PAN and POS modes.
When you switch to PAN mode, pressing the
Positioning & Movement Control buttons will
allow you to move around the computer image on
TV.
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When you switch to POS mode, pressing the
Positioning & Movement Control buttons will
allow you to change the position of the computer
image on the TV. You can move the image left,
right, up, or down.
COLOR
: This button is a cyclic switch which, when
pressed successively, alternates with 8 types of
colors. This button allows you to change the
color of the Pointer and the frame surrounding
the area highlighted by AVerMedia Spot.
Refer to the section, Special
Functions, for more details.
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Highlighting
SPOT
: Press this button to highlight a certain area in
your presentation. The highlighted area will be
surrounded by a colored frame and areas outside
the frame will look dark. (Refer to the section,
Special Highlighting Functions, for more
details.)
POINTER
: This button functions just like a laser pointer.
(Refer to the section, Special Highlighting
Functions, for more details.)
SPYLIGHT
: Press this button to highlight certain areas of
your presentation and darken the rest. (Refer to
the section, Special Highlighting Functions, for
more details.)
Positioning
and
Movement
Control
: Use these buttons to :
* Move around the computer image on TV.
* Change the position of the image.
* Move the Pointer to another area on-screen.
* Highlight other areas on the screen.
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Touch Button Panel
The figure and descriptions below show you how to use the Touch Button
Panel on the hardware case.
POWER
: Switches the AVerKey 300 on/off.
OVERSCAN
: Toggles between Underscan and Overscan.
(Refer to the section, Using the Remote Control,
for more details on this function.)
ZOOM
: Press this button to zoom in or out of the
computer image on TV.
Positioning &
Movement Control
: Use these buttons to :
* Move around the computer image on TV.
* Change the position of the image.
* Move the Pointer to another area on-screen.
* Highlight other areas on the screen.
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The LED Panel
Aside from the touch button panel, you will also find an LED Panel on the
AVerKey 300 hardware case.
The figure and descriptions below show what each LED indicator in this
panel represents.
FREEZE
: This LED shows whether FREEZE or
UNFREEZE is in operation. (FREEZE is a red
LED in the NTSC version and a green LED in the
PAL version.)
If this LED is on, it means that the user has
paused, that is, frozen the screen.
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ON
: This (green) LED is the power on/off indicator. If
this LED is on, it indicates that the
AVerKey 300 has been powered on.
READY
: If this (red) LED is on, it indicates that the
AVerKey 300 is ready for use.
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Special Highlighting Functions
The AVerKey 300 provides 3 special functions for highlighting key
points in any presentation : AVerMedia Spot, AVerMedia Pointer and
AVerMedia Spylight. You can use these functions by pressing the
corresponding buttons on the remote control.
AVerMedia Spot
To highlight a certain area in your presentation, press the SPOT button
on the remote.
A colored frame will appear around the highlighted area and the rest of
the image will be darkened. The highlighted area will appear as if there
is a "spotlight" directed on it. The figure below shows an illustration.
Highlighted Area
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Changing the Size of the Highlight
You can adjust the size of the "spotlight", that is, the highlighted
area. Use the WIDTH and HEIGHT buttons to create a highlight as
large as 1/4th of your screen or as small as 1/64th of your
presentation screen.
Changing the Color of the Frame
Use the COLOR button to select a color for the frame. There are 8
colors to choose from.
Changing the Highlight
To highlight another area in your presentation, use the Positioning
and Movement Control buttons. Press the Up, Down, Left, and
Right Arrows to direct the "spotlight" to another area.
AVerMedia Pointer
AVerMedia Pointer is very similar to the laser pointer. It is a 4 x 4
pixel square which lets you direct your viewer's attention to key areas
in your presentation.
To point on a key area in your presentation, press the POINTER button
on the remote. The figure below shows an illustration.
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Extending the Point into a Line
If you have a very large audience, the Point on your presentation
screen might not look obvious and clear enough. You can extend the
Point into a Line :
Line
Use the WIDTH buttons to extend the point into a line or change the
line back into a point. At most, you can lengthen the line up to the
full extent of your screen width.
Moving the Point (or Line)
Use the Positioning and Movement Control buttons to move the
point (or line) up, down, left and right.
Changing the Color
Use the COLOR button to select a color for the point (or line).
There are 8 colors to choose from.
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AVerMedia Spylight
Using AVerMedia Spylight resembles the way you highlight parts of
your presentation with an overhead projector. With Spylight, you can
highlight any portion you want and "cover" the rest by darkening areas
which you do not want to show to your audience.
When you press the SPYLIGHT button for the first time, the upper part
of your presentation screen will be highlighted :
Highlighted
Area
Highlighting Areas Horizontally and Vertically
You can use the Positioning and Movement Control buttons to
slowly "expose" the rest of your presentation screen to your
audience.
Press the Left, Right, Up, and Down Arrows to highlight more areas
to the left, right, top, and bottom. Press the same buttons to "cover
up" more portions of the screen and reduce the highlighted area.
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Example 1 :
Example 2 :
The entire top area is highlighted.
Most of the left part of the screen
is highlighted.
To extend the highlight downwards,
press the DOWN Arrow.
To extend the highlight to the right,
press the RIGHT Arrow.
To reduce the highlight to the
left, press the LEFT Arrow.
To reduce the highlight upwards,
press the UP Arrow.
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Different Types of Zoom
The AVerKey 300 provides 4 types of zoom : Normal Zoom, AVerMedia
Area Zoom, AVerMedia Spot-Zoom, and AVerMedia Pointer-Zoom.
Normal Zoom
Normal Zoom allows you to zoom in (200%) the computer screen on
TV display. Simply press the ZOOM button on the remote control.
You can move (pan) around freely to any part of the screen. Press the
PAN/POS button to change to PAN mode. Then, press the Up, Down,
Left, and Right Arrows, which are the Positioning and Movement
Control buttons, to move around the zoomed image.
AVerMedia Area Zoom
This function divides your screen into 9 parts and allows you to select
the desired part to zoom through the available buttons on the remote
control.
The directional buttons on the remote corresponds to 9 parts of your
screen :
Directional Buttons
on the Remote Control
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Choose which part you want to zoom, and then press one of the 9
directional buttons on the remote that corresponds to that area.
Example :
To pan around the zoomed area, press the PAN/POS button to change
to PAN mode. Then, press the Up, Down, Left, and Right Arrows,
which are the Positioning and Movement Control buttons, to move
around the zoomed area.
AVerMedia Spot-Zoom
As described earlier in the section, AVerMedia Spot, under Special
Highlighting Functions, you can highlight a certain area in your
presentation by pressing the SPOT button.
After pressing the SPOT button, press ZOOM if you want to enlarge
the highlighted area inside the colored frame. (Refer to the figure on
the next page.)
To shift the focus of the zoomed area, press the Up, Down, Left, and
Right Arrows, which are the Positioning and Movement Control
buttons.
Note: This function is not supported under 1280 x 1024 and above.
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AVerMedia Spot-Zoom Function
Press the SPOT
button to highlight
an area.
Then, press the
ZOOM button to
enlarge the
highlighted area.
AVerMedia Pointer-Zoom
After you press the POINTER button to point on a key area in your
presentation screen, press the ZOOM button to magnify the area where
you are pointing to.
Note:
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AVerMedia Spot-Zoom and Pointer-Zoom functions are not
supported for screen resolutions 1280 x 1024 and above.
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
This chapter provides many useful tips on how to solve common problems
while using the AVerKey 300 .
There is no picture on my TV.
1. Check all the connectors again as shown in this manual.
2. Check your TV remote control on/off switch and channel setting.
3. Verify the setting of the Composite Input or S-VHS Input of your TV
set.
4. If you are using a SCART connector, check the SCART input of your
TV set.
5. If you are using a notebook, you may have to switch to external VGA
mode. (Refer to your notebook’s manual.)
6. As specified by IBM, some systems may require that the monitor is
present and connected when the system is powered up.
7. If you are using the AVerKey 300 on the Macintosh, you must have a
Macintosh monitor or Dummy Terminators connected.
When the signal runs through a VCR, there is no picture on the TV.
1. Check your TV/VCR input channel setting.
2. If your TV and VCR are connected to an AV Amplifier, please check
the input/output selection.
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I have set up the AVerKey 300 and checked all the connections as
specified in the manual, but I can only get a picture on the VGA monitor,
not on the TV screen.
AVerKey 300 is in the “Ready” mode once power is connected. You
need to switch AVerKey 300 “ON”, either from the remote control or
from its touch button panel to display both VGA and VIDEO.
The picture on my TV is distorted.
1. Before doing any adjustments, reset all the picture attributes to the
factory default setting using the “Reset” button on the remote control.
2. Each VIDEO display device is slightly different from another. Use the
Panning Control of AVerKey 300 to adjust the picture.
3. Use the Brightness and Sharpness picture attributes controls on the
remote control to reduce the distortion.
The picture on my TV is all messed up.
1. When using AVerKey 300 with the Macintosh, up to 1600 x 1200 can
be supported.
2. When using AVerKey 300 with IBM PC compatible computers,
screen resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 (horizontal frequency less than
108.4KHz) is supported.
There is no image on both my Macintosh monitor and TV.
When you turn on the Macintosh computer, it will first auto-detect the
type of monitor you have. During auto-detection, there won't be any
display on your Macintosh monitor. To avoid this problem, connect your
Macintosh computer, monitor and all the necessary cables to the
AVerKey 300 first before you power on your Macintosh computer.
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Appendix
Supported Display Modes
The reference table below lists the various display resolutions which the
AVerKey 300 can support.
Computer /
Display
Maximum Vertical
Maximum
Operating
Resolution
Frequency
Horizontal
System
Frequency
IBM PC
720 × 400
60 Hz
31.5 KHz
DOS/V
640 × 480
60 Hz
31.5 KHz
72 Hz
37.9 KHz
75 Hz
37.5 KHz
85 Hz
43.3 KHz
90 Hz
47.9 KHz
800 × 600
1024 × 768
1152 × 864
100 Hz
52.2 KHz
120 Hz
61.79 KHz
56 Hz
35.1 KHz
60 Hz
37.9 KHz
72 Hz
48.1 KHz
75 Hz
46.9 KHz
85 Hz
53.7 KHz
90 Hz
57.0 KHz
100Hz
62.5 KHz
120 Hz
77.17 KHz
60 Hz
48.4 KHz
70 Hz
56.5 KHz
75 Hz
60 KHz
85 Hz
68.57 KHz
100 Hz
81.42 KHz
120 Hz
98.78 KHz
60 Hz
53.68 KHz
75 Hz
67.47 KHz
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Computer /
Display
Maximum Vertical
Maximum
Operating
Resolution
Frequency
Horizontal
System
Frequency
1280 × 960
75 Hz
75.16 KHz
1280 × 1024
60 Hz
63.96 KHz
1600 × 1200
80 KHz
85 Hz
91.30 KHz
100 Hz
108.4 KHz
60 Hz
75 KHz
75 Hz
93.8 KHz
85 Hz
106.3 KHz
24.8 KHz
NEC PC9821
640 × 400
56 Hz
NEC PC9801
640 × 480
60 Hz
31.5 KHz
Macintosh
512 × 384
60 Hz
24.5 KHz
640 × 480
120 Hz
35 KHz
800 × 600
56 Hz
37.861 KHz
60 Hz
37.879 KHz
85 Hz
53.7 KHz
832 × 624
75 Hz
49.7 KHz
1024 × 768
75 Hz
60 KHz
85 Hz
68.57 KHz
120 Hz
60 KHz
1152 × 874
75 Hz
68.7 KHz
1280 × 1024
75 Hz
79.98 KHz
85 Hz
91.15 KHz
75 Hz
93.96 KHz
85 Hz
100 KHz
1600 × 1200
28
75 Hz
LIMITED WARRANTY
AVerMedia TECHNOLOGIES, Inc. warrants this product to be free of defects resulting from faulty manufacture or
components under the following terms :
WARRANTY LENGTH
Labor is warranted for (1) one year from the date of purchase.
Parts are warranted for (1) one year from the date of purchase.
Replacement products will be warranted for the remainder of the one year warranty period or (30) thirty days, whichever is
longer.
WHO IS PROTECTED
This warranty is enforceable only by the first consumer purchaser.
WHAT IS AND IS NOT COVERED
Except as specified below, this warranty covers all defects resulting from faulty manufacturing of this product. The
following are not covered by the warranty.
1. Any product on which the serial number has been defaced, modified, or removed.
2. Damage, deterioration, or malfunction resulting from :
A. Accident, abuse, misuse, neglect, fire, water, lightning, or other acts of nature, commercial or industrial use,
unauthorized product modification, or failure to follow instructions included with the product.
B. Misapplication of service by someone other than the manufacturer’s representative.
C. Any shipment damages. (Claims must be made with carrier.)
D. Any other cause which does not relate to a product defect.
3. Cartons, cases, batteries, cabinets, tapes, or accessories used with product.
4. AVerMedia does not warrant that this product will meet your requirements; it is your responsibility to determine the
suitability of this product for your purpose.
WHAT WE WILL AND WILL NOT PAY FOR
We will pay labor and material expenses for covered items. However, we will not pay for the following :
1. Removal or installation charges.
2. Shipping charges.
3. Any incidental charges.
EXCLUSION OF DAMAGES
The manufacturer's sole obligation and liability under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of a defective
product at our option. The manufacturer shall not, in any event, be liable to the purchaser or any third party for any
incidental or consequential damage (including, but not limited to, damages resulting from interruption of service and loss
of business) or liability in tort relating to this product or resulting from its use or possession.
LIMITATIONS OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES
There are no other oral or written warranties, expressed or implied, including but not limited to those of merchantability or
fitness for a particualr purpose. Any implied warranties are limited in duration to one year from the date of purchase.
STATE LAW AND YOUR WARRANTY
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights granted under state law. These rights vary
from state to state.
CONTACT INFORMATION
www.avermedia.com
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