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Christie 38-FP0001-01 User`s manual
MODEL
38-FP0001-01 (with Video Card)
38-FP0001-02 (without Video Card)
User's Manual
Table of contents
Precautions ............................................................................................... 2
Before First Use
Names and Functions (Monitor) .......................................................... 3-4
Check Accessories ................................................................................. 3
Outer Dimension.................................................................................. 5-6
Installation ........................................................................................... 7-8
Names and Functions (Remote Controller) ....................................... 9-10
Preparation for remote control .............................................................. 11
LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjusting the Screen............................................................................. 12
Adjustment Items............................................................................. 12-13
Mode..................................................................................................... 14
Adjustment Procedure
Before Adjustment ...................................................................... 15-17
Adjustment for computer screen
A. Picture Menu................................................................. 18-21
B. Advanced Menu ............................................................ 22-23
C. Picture in picture Menu ................................................. 24-28
D. Advanced picture in picture Menu ................................ 29-30
E. Options Menu................................................................ 31-33
F. Utilities Menu................................................................. 34-35
Additional Functions
Power Management System ........................................................... 36
Plug and Play .................................................................................. 36
Maintenance ............................................................................................ 37
Troubleshooting
Fault Finding ......................................................................................... 38
Screen Display...................................................................................... 38
Specifications
Table of Preset Data............................................................................. 39
Cable Pin Arrangement ........................................................................ 40
Monitor Specifications........................................................................... 41
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1
Precautions
Placement precautions
• Avoid placing the unit in humid or dusty places, or where it will be exposed
to excessive heat (direct sunlight, heaters, etc.)
• Do not step on or set anything on the AC Power Cord. DAMAGE TO THE
AC POWER CORD IS A SAFETY RISK AND CAN CAUSE A FIRE.
• Install the unit only on a stable and smooth surface.
• Do not connect the unit to the same AC outlet with appliances that
generate large amounts of interference (such as heaters with thermostats,
appliances with motors, etc.). It is best to use a completely separate
electrical outlet.
• Keep the unit away from water or small objects. If they accidentally enters
the unit, unplug the AC power cord immediately. DO NOT PLUG IN THE
UNIT AGAIN.
• Never cover the rear ventilators with cloth or something.
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Important matters
• Plug the included AC Power Cord to the power supply and voltage as
mentioned in the rating label. IF NOT, DAMAGE TO THE AC POWER
CORD IS A SAFETY RISK AND CAN CAUSE A FIRE.
Handling precautions
• "WARNING: The AC power cord and cables on this product contains
chemicals, including lead, known to the State of California to cause cancer,
and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling."
• Avoid bending, kinking or damaging the AC Power Cord.
• Never insert or remove the power cord with wet hands. Also, be sure to
hold cord by the plug when removing it from the outlet.
• Do not remove any parts that are held in place with screws. (The unit does
not contain any user-serviceable items.)
• Maintain standard room temperature (5˚C to 35˚C, or 41˚F to 95˚F) during
use. Do not subject the unit to shock or vibration. Do not move the unit
while it is in use.
• A rapid increase in room temperature in cool weather can cause
condensation to form inside the unit. If this occurs, wait at least 15 minutes
after turning the unit on before attempting to operate it.
• Do not attempt to service this monitor yourself as opening unit may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
This symbol on the nameplate means the product is Listed by Underwriters
Laboratories Inc. It is designed and manufactured to meet rigid U.L. safety
standards against risk of fire, casualty and electrical hazards.
The CE Mark is a Directive conformity mark of the European Community (EC).
2
Before First Use
Names and Functions (Monitor)
Front View
Display Screen
NOTE
¡ When you move the LCD monitor, please unplug AC cables connected to AC-IN
and disconnect the cables connected to the external equipment.
¡ When you carry the LCD monitor, please be careful not to shock it. To avoid
damaging the LCD panel, be sure not to touch the LCD panel when carrying the
monitor.
Check Accessories
Check that the main unit and all accessories are present.
¡AC Power Cord ( x 1)
¡AA Batteries ( x 2)
¡User's Manual ( x 1)
3
¡Remote Controller ( x 1)
¡RGB Cable ( x 1)
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Rear View
Ventilators
Ventilators
Ventilators
Power Switch (
Turns the power to the
monitor on and off.
RGB Connector
)
DVI Connector
External Control
Connector
(
)
AC-IN
4
Before First Use
Outer Dimension
Ventilators
IR
POWER
External Control
RGB
5
DVI
AC-IN
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Ventilators
Ventilators
Ventilators
4-M6 (Depth : Min.12mm/Max.20mm)
Ventilators
Ventilators
Mounting Area
Ventilators
Ventilators
When you install the LCD Monitor, please
take care the following:
• Use the M6 screws only for installation.
• The maximum length of the screw put through a
hole is 20mm on the surface of a metal chassis
(as shown right). Use the screw with effective
length 12-20mm, if not it may damage to the LCD
monitor.
• When you install the LCD monitor, please check
the strength of material to be secured.
L: 12mm(min.)
20mm(max.)
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Before First Use
Installation
Connect the Computers
Before doing anything, make sure the Power Switch on the monitor and a computer is
turned off.
the cable(s) into the connector on the monitor securely and fix
1 Plug
them in place with two screws (each).
2 Plug the other end of the cable(s) into the connector on a computer.
3 Plug the AC Power Cord into the AC-IN on the monitor.
4 Plug the Power Plug into an outlet.
5 Switch on the monitor before starting up a computer.
External OSD Connector
DVI Connector
RGB
Connector
AC-IN
AC Power
Cord
Power Plug
DVI Cable
(not included)
Connect to the
computer’s
connectors
7
RGB Cable
How to secure the monitor on a wall
Note: The following figure is only recommended.
M6 bolt (4 places)
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Vertical
UP
b
Depth: Min. 12mm
Max. 20mm
Bracket
(not included)
Side view of the monitor
Horizontal
Rear view of the monitor
M6 bolt (4 places)
UP
b
Depth: Min. 12mm
Max. 20mm
Bracket
(not included)
Side view of the monitor
Rear view of the monitor
Caution
Never cover the rear ventilators with cloth or something.
Secure enough space more than 30mm from the rear part of the monitor.
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Before First Use
Names and Functions (Remote Controller)
Operating Range (when there is no obstacle)
Horizontal
9
Vertical
Standby key
Standby ON/OFF.
Menu key
Wide key
Set the scale mode in wide.
Numeric keys (see page 72)
Used to switch each input signal. [0], [8] and [9] keys are not used.
[1] Analog RGB1 selection
[2] Digital RGB selection
[3] Composite VIDEO selection
[4] S-Video selection
[5] Analog RGB2 selection [6] Component VIDEO selection
[7] RGB+CSync selection
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Show Main menu. Used to move cursor leftward while displaying the menu.
key (see page 72)
Zoom out the picture.
Source key
Search and switch to current input signal automatically.
Escape key
Escape from menu.
Menu key
Show Main menu. Used to move cursor rightward while displaying the menu.
Direction keys
key・・・Select upper items in the menu.
key・・・Select lower items in the menu.
key・・・Change set level down or move the cursor leftward.
key・・・Change set level up or move the cursor rightward.
Zoom key (see page 72)
Display Zoom menu.
Quick Menu key (see page 70,71)
Display Quick menu.
+ key (see page 72)
Zoom in the picture.
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Before First Use
Preparation for remote control
1 Remove the battery compartment lid with pushing
OPEN
.
OPEN
Rear view
sure and put two AA dry batteries into the remote controller.
2 Be
Make sure of the direction of them as indicated inside the remote
controller.
OPEN
the lid by sliding it up over the batteries until it is firmly in
3 Replace
place.
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LCD Monitor Instructions
This LCD monitor decodes the signal from a computer automatically, and displays the
image on a screen in accordance with the preset mode. Unless a display mode has
been in preset table, the image is displayed under the similar mode in preset table. In
this case, the adjustment for this LCD monitor must be done in accordance with a
computer connected with. Please follow the OSD (On Screen Display) menu to adjust
screen settings.
Adjustment Items for computer screen
Picture Menu
(refer to page 18-21)
BRIGHTNESS ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the brightness for the screen
CONTRAST ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the contrast for the screen
H POSITION ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the horizontal position for the screen
V POSITION ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the vertical position for the screen
PHASE ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the phase for the screen
FREQUENCY ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the horizontal width for the screen
SCALING ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Scale the screen
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Adjusting the Screen
Note
H position, v position, phase and frequency for the screen can be adjusted in Analog
mode only.
Advanced Menu
(refer to page 22-23)
COLOR ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the color temperature for the screen
USER RED ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the level of red for the screen
USER GREEN ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the level of green for the screen
USER BLUE ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the level of blue for the screen
Pip(picture in picture) Menu
(refer to page 24-28)
SIZE ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select the size of pip
POSITION ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select the position of pip
SOURCE ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Change the input signal
BRIGHTNESS ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the brightness of pip
CONTRAST ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the contrast of pip
COLOR ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the color of pip
TINT ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the tint of pip
SHARPNESS ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the sharpness of pip
Note
BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, COLOR, TINT and SHARPNESS for pip can be adjusted
when inputting Composite Video or S-Video signal and also selecting [small] or
[medium] or [large] in [size] menu.
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Items
Adv pip(Advanced picture in picture) Menu (refer to page 29-30)
H POSITION ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select the horizontal position of pip
V POSITION ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select the vertical position of pip
VIDEO FORMAT ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select the video format (ntsc/pal/secam)
Note
Adv pip Menu can be used when inputting Composite Video or S-Video signal and also
selecting [small] or [medium] or [large] in [size] menu.
Options Menu
(refer to page 31-33)
OSD ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select the osd position
ROTATION ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select PORTRAIT or LANDSCAPE
OSD TIMEOUT ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Change the osd timeout
OSD BACKGROUND ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select the osd background
LANGUAGE ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select language used in osd
BACKLIGHT ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the backlight of the screen
Utilities Menu
(refer to page 34-35)
AUTO ADJUST ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the screen automatically
RESET ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Delete the data saved at the current display
mode
INTERNAL FIRMWARE ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Display the osd version
RESOLUTION ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Display the resolution of the screen
Note
If selected [Rotated] in Options menu, [Internal Farmware] is not displayed.
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Mode
You can change or indicate the signal input type following the steps.
Change or indicate the input signal
to change or indicate the current mode.
Press [Source] key to indicate the current mode in the lower right corner
of the screen.
(Ex.)
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1. While the OSD (On Screen Display) is not displayed, it is possible
Analog RGB1
1024 x 768 / 75 Hz
Mode: 88
2. While displaying the current mode, press [Source] key again.
Start searching another mode according to the order [Analog RGB1] /
[Analog RGB2] / [Digital RGB].
[Analog RGB1]
[Analog RGB2]
[Digital RGB]
/ Switch to the signal from RGB connector.
/ Switch to the signal from R/G/B/HD/VD connector.
/ Switch to the signal from DVI connector.
• Every time the input signal is searched, display the searched and stop
searching picture.
• The current mode is indicated for each input signal type as follows:
Analog RGB1
1024 x 768 / 75 Hz
Mode: 88
Analog RGB2
1024 x 768 / 75 Hz
Mode: 88
Digital RGB
1024 x 768 / 75 Hz
Mode: 88
NOTE
In case there is no signal when the screen is on, the screen will be in the waiting
mode and nothing is shown.
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Procedure
Before Adjustment
The signal timing for a computer which this LCD monitor supports is listed in "Table of
Preset Data" on Page 39, the recommended value of Vertical Frequency for this model
is 60Hz. (Unlike CRT Monitors, the display becomes stable when Vertical Frequency is
low.) It is recommend to set Vertical Frequency of a computer connected at 60Hz by
"refresh rate setting" before starting adjustment procedure.
*This user's guide illustrates the OSD(On Screen Display) when installing this LCD
monitor in the standard direction. If selects the "Rotated" in Options menu (see page
31), OSD menu is displayed in the opposite order.
This monitor does not have the convertible function of Landscape display. When using
this monitor with vertical installation, it is necessary to adapt the input signal to this
monitor to the Portrait display.
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Display the Windows or other screen
After a computer is connected with this LCD monitor, activate a computer and
then shows a bright screen on this LCD monitor. It might not be possible to adjust
the screen correctly for a dark screen.
For DOS mode, run an application that shows the edges of the screen (edit
etc.) to adjust screen.
2
Show OSD (On Screen Display) menu
Press [ Menu] or [Menu
displayed on the monitor.
] key to show the following menu while no menu is
(Ex.)
Brightness
50 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 -
+
15 1056 -
+
Phase
Frequency
Scaling
Main menu
3
+
Wide
Sub menu
Select item of the menu
Press [
] or [
] key to select item of the menu while displaying the OSD menu.
(Ex.)
15
+
Brightness
50 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 -
+
15 1056 -
+
Main menu
Phase
Frequency
Scaling
+
+
Wide
Sub menu
Move the cursor to Sub menu
After Main menu item is selected, press [Menu
・Press [
Menu] key to return to Main menu from Sub menu.
(Ex.)
Brightness
25 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 -
+
15 1056 -
+
Main menu
5
Phase
Frequency
+
+
Scaling
Wide
Sub menu
Select item of Sub menu
Press [
] or [
] key as well as the Main menu item selection.
(Ex.)
Brightness
25 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 -
+
15 1056 -
+
Main menu
6
] key.
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Phase
Frequency
+
+
Scaling
Wide
Sub menu
Match the cursor to the operation item
1. When there are some selections like "color" item, press [
] or [
] key to
move the cursor to switch.
Color
(Ex.)
Warm Neutral Cold user
-
+
Picture
User red
Advanced
User green
-
+
Pip
User blue
-
+
Adv pip
Sub menu
Options
Utilities
Main menu
*Continued on the following page.
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Procedure
2. For the adjustment item like "brightness", press [−] or [+] key to change
levels of selected item.
(Ex.)
Brightness
25 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 -
+
15 1056 -
+
Main menu
7
Phase
Frequency
Scaling
+
+
Wide
Sub menu
Adjustment or Setting
For each item selected, the adjustment/setting has been made by pressing [ ]
and/or [ ] key. This monitor saves adjusted value at intervals of about 5
seconds. Do not turn off the monitor for at least 5 seconds after adjustment or
setting. (The detail steps for each item are described in the page 18-35)
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Adjustment for computer screen
(Picture Menu)
Manual Adjustment
If you wish to adjust the screen finely or in case the result adjusted by Auto Adjust (see
page 34) sequence is not sufficient enough, adjust the screen manually.
1
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A. Picture Menu
Adjust the brightness
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
Brightness
25 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 -
+
15 1056 -
+
Main menu
Phase
Frequency
Scaling
+
+
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [Brightness] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Brightness] turns blue.
3. Use [
2
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
By pressing [
] key, the whole screen is brighter.
By pressing [
] key, the whole screen is darker.
Adjust the contrast
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
Brightness
25 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 15 -
+
Main menu
Phase
Frequency
+
+
1056 -
Scaling
+
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [Contrast] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Contrast] turns blue.
*Continued on the following page.
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Procedure (Picture Menu)
3. Use [
] and/or [
By pressing [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
] key, the contrast (difference between bright and dark)
becomes darker.
By pressing [
] key, the contrast (difference between bright and dark)
becomes lighter.
3
Adjust the horizontal position (Analog mode only)
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
Brightness
25 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 15 -
+
Main menu
Phase
Frequency
+
+
1056 -
Scaling
+
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [H position] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
The selected item of [H position] turns blue.
3. Use [
4
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
Press [
] to shift the screen to the right.
Press [
] to shift the screen to the left.
Adjust the vertical position (Analog mode only)
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Picture
Advanced
(Ex.)
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Main menu
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Brightness
25 -
+
Contrast
50 50 -
+
50 15 -
+
H position
V position
Phase
Frequency
1056 -
Scaling
+
+
+
Wide
Sub menu
] key.
] key.
Adjustment for computer screen
2. Select [V position] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [V position] turns blue.
5
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
Press [
] key to shift the screen to the top.
Press [
] key to shift the screen to the bottom.
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3. Use [
Adjust the phase (Analog mode only)
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Picture
Advanced
(Ex.)
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Main menu
Brightness
25 -
+
Contrast
50 50 -
+
50 15 -
+
H position
V position
Phase
Frequency
1056 -
Scaling
+
+
+
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [Phase] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Phase] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [ ] key to be able to display the small characters
clearly. (Interval: 0~31)
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Adjust the frequency (Analog mode only)
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Picture
Advanced
(Ex.)
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Main menu
Brightness
25 -
+
Contrast
50 50 -
+
50 15 -
+
H position
V position
Phase
Frequency
1056 -
Scaling
+
+
+
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [Frequency] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Frequency] turns blue.
*Continued on the following page.
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Procedure (Picture Menu)
3. Use [
7
] and/or [
] key to adjust.
By pressing [
] key, the horizontal width becomes wider.
By pressing [
] key, the horizontal width becomes narrower.
Adjust the scaling
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Picture
Advanced
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
(Ex.)
Main menu
Brightness
25 -
+
Contrast
50 50 -
+
50 15 -
+
H position
V position
Phase
Frequency
1056 -
Scaling
+
+
+
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [Scaling] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Scaling] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
When pressing [
] key to adjust.
] key, the scaling can be selected according to the order
[Wide] / [Normal] / [1:1] / [Wide] in sequence.
When pressing [
] key, the scaling order is scrolled in opposite to the
above order.
[Wide]
[Normal]
/
/
Display the input picture to the full wide.
Display the input picture with keeping an aspect
ratio on the whole screen.
[1:1]
/ Display the input picture with the aspect ratio 1:1.
The screen varies due to the selected resolution settings of connected PC
system.
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Adjustment for computer screen
(Advanced Menu)
B. Advanced Menu
1
Adjust the color temperature (Preset)
1. Select [Advanced] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Color
(Ex.)
Warm Neutral Cold user
-
+
Picture
User red
Advanced
User green
-
+
Pip
User blue
-
+
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You can adjust the color temperature for the screen manually. Three preset values of
color temperature are set up at the time of factory shipments. Besides, you can set your
preferable values.
Sub menu
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Main menu
2. Select [Color] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Color] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
] key to adjust.
<Preset value>
<Screen condition>
Warm
/
a little reddish white
Neutral
/
natural light
Cold
/
a little bluish white
When pressing [ ] key, the color temperature can be selected to the order
[Neutral] / [Cold] / [user] / [Warm] / [Neutral] in sequence.
When pressing [ ] key, the color temperature order is scrolled in opposite to
the above order.
• If [user] is selected, three colors adjustment menu to adjust [User red] or
[User green] or [User blue] are available (see following step 2).
2
Adjust the color (User)
If you wish to set user setting of color, follow the steps.
(Ex.) In case adjusting the [User red], [User green] and [User blue] in
sequence.
1. Select [Advanced] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Procedure (Advanced Menu)
Color
(Ex.)
Warm Neutral Cold user
-
+
Picture
User red
Advanced
User green
-
+
Pip
User blue
-
+
Sub menu
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Main menu
2. Select [Color] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Color] turns blue.
3. Select [User] with [
] and/or [
] key.
[user] turns red. Besides, [User red], [User green] and [User blue] are
displayed.
4. Select [User red] with [
] key.
The selected item of [User red] turns blue.
5. Adjust the red level with [
6. Press [
] and/or [
] key. (Interval: 0~100)
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to [User green]. The selected item of
[User green] turns blue.
7. Adjust the green level with [
And then press [
] and/or [
] key. (Interval: 0~100)
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to [User blue].
The selected item of [User blue] turns blue.
8. Adjust the blue level with [
User red
User green
User blue
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] and/or [
] key. (Interval: 0~100)
pressing [ ] key
more reddish
more greenish
pressing [ ] key
less reddish
less greenish
more bluish
less bluish
Adjustment for computer screen
(Pip Menu)
C. Picture in picture Menu
If you wish to adjust a pip(picture in picture), you can adjust the size, position, source,
brightness, contrast, color, tint and sharpness manually.
Adjust the size
1. Select [Pip] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Size
(Ex.)
off
small
medium large
Picture
Pos
Advanced
Source
Pip
Brightness
-
+
Adv pip
Contrast
-
+
Options
Color
-
+
Utilities
Tint
-
+
Sharpness
-
+
Main menu
auto
comp
s-video
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1
Sub menu
2. Select [Size] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Size] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
When pressing [
] key to select the size.
] key, the size of pip can be selected according to the
order [off] / [small] / [medium] / [large] / [off] in sequence.
When pressing [
] key, the size of pip order is scrolled in opposite to the
above order.
• When [off] is selected, [Pip] menu and pip disappear. In case selecting
[small] or [medium] or [large], [Pip] menu appears.
2
Select the position
1. Select [Pip] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Size
(Ex.)
off
small
medium large
Picture
Pos
Advanced
Source
Pip
Brightness
Adv pip
Contrast
-
+
Options
Color
-
+
Utilities
Tint
-
+
Sharpness
-
+
Main menu
auto comp
-
Sub menu
s-video
+
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Procedure (Pip Menu)
2. Select [Pos] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Pos] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
When pressing [
] key to select the position.
] key, the position of pip(picture in picture) can be selected
/
according to the order
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
in sequence.
When pressing [
] key, the position of pip order is scrolled in opposite to the
above order.
3
Change the input signal
1. Select [Pip] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Size
(Ex.)
off
small
medium large
Picture
Pos
Advanced
Source
Pip
Brightness
-
+
Adv pip
Contrast
-
+
Options
Color
-
+
Utilities
Tint
-
+
Sharpness
-
+
Main menu
auto
comp
s-video
Sub menu
2. Select [Source] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Source] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
When pressing [
] key on to adjust.
] key, the source of the input signal type on pip can be
selected according to the order [auto] / [comp] / [s-video] / [auto] in
sequence.
When pressing [
] key, the source of the input signal type on pip order is
scrolled in opposite to the above order.
[auto]
/
Search and switch to the input signal automatically.
[comp]
/
[s-video] /
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Switch to the composite signal.
Switch to the s-video signal.
Adjustment for computer screen
4
Adjust the brightness (Video signal only)
You can adjust this item when selecting [small] or [medium] or
[large] in [Size] menu (see page 24).
] key.
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1. Select [Pip] on the Main menu and press [Menu
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Size
(Ex.)
off
small
medium large
Picture
Pos
Advanced
Source
Pip
Brightness
auto comp
50 -
Adv pip
Contrast
50 -
+
Options
Color
+
Utilities
Tint
50 50 -
Sharpness
50 -
+
Main menu
s-video
+
+
Sub menu
2. Select [Brightness] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Brightness] turns blue.
3. Use [
5
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
By pressing [
] key, the whole screen becomes brighter.
By pressing [
] key, the whole screen becomes darker.
Adjust the contrast (Video signal only)
You can adjust this item when selecting [small] or [medium] or
[large] in [Size] menu (see page 24).
1. Select [Pip] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Size
(Ex.)
off
small
medium large
Picture
Pos
Advanced
Source
Pip
Brightness
auto comp
50 -
Adv pip
Contrast
50 -
+
Options
Color
+
Utilities
Tint
50 50 -
Sharpness
50 -
+
Main menu
s-video
+
+
Sub menu
2. Select [Contrast] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Contrast] turns blue.
*Continued on the following page.
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Procedure (Pip Menu)
3. Use [
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
By pressing [ ] key, the contrast (difference between bright and dark)
becomes darker.
By pressing [ ] key, the contrast (difference between bright and dark)
becomes lighter.
6
Adjust the color (Video signal only)
You can adjust this item when selecting [small] or [medium] or
[large] in [Size] menu (see page 24).
1. Select [Pip] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Size
(Ex.)
off
small
medium large
Picture
Pos
Advanced
Source
Pip
Brightness
auto comp
50 -
Adv pip
Contrast
50 -
+
Options
Color
+
Utilities
Tint
50 50 -
Sharpness
50 -
+
Main menu
s-video
+
+
Sub menu
2. Select [Color] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Color] turns blue.
3. Use [
7
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
By pressing [
] key, the screen deepens.
By pressing [
] key, the screen lightens.
Adjust the tint (NTSC signal only)
You can adjust this item when selecting [small] or [medium] or
[large] in [Size] menu (see page 24).
1. Select [Pip] on the Main menu and press [Menu
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
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] key.
Adjustment for computer screen
(Ex.)
off
small
medium large
Pos
Advanced
Source
Pip
Brightness
auto comp
50 -
Adv pip
Contrast
50 -
+
Options
Color
+
Utilities
Tint
50 50 -
Sharpness
50 -
+
Main menu
s-video
+
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Size
Picture
+
Sub menu
2. Select [Tint] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Tint] turns blue.
3. Use [
8
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
By pressing [
] key, the skin color turns more greenish.
By pressing [
] key, the skin color becomes more purplish.
Adjust the sharpness (Video signal only)
You can adjust this item when selecting [small] or [medium] or
[large] in [Size] menu (see page 24).
1. Select [Pip] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Size
(Ex.)
off
small
medium large
Picture
Pos
Advanced
Source
Pip
Brightness
auto comp
50 -
Adv pip
Contrast
50 -
+
Options
Color
+
Utilities
Tint
50 50 -
Sharpness
50 -
+
Main menu
s-video
+
+
Sub menu
2. Select [Sharpness] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Sharpness] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
By pressing [
] key, the outline of the picture becomes clearly.
By pressing [
] key, the outline of the picture softens.
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Procedure (Advanced Pip Menu)
D. Advanced picture in picture Menu
This menu can be used when inputting Composite Video or S-Video signal and also
selecting [small] or [medium] or [large] in [Size] menu (see page 24).
You can adjust the horizontal/vertical position for pip and select the video format if you
select this menu.
1
Adjust the horizontal position
1. Select [Adv pip] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
H position
50 −
+
Picture
V position
50 −
+
Advanced
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Video format Auto NTSC PAL SECAM
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [H position] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [H position] turns blue.
3. Use [
2
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
Press [
] key to shift the screen to the right.
Press [
] key to shift the screen to the left.
Adjust the vertical position
1. Select [Adv pip] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
H position
50 −
+
Picture
V position
50 −
+
Advanced
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Video format Auto NTSC PAL SECAM
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [V position] on the Sub menu with pressing [
The selected item of [V position] turns blue.
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] or [
] key.
Adjustment for computer screen
3. Use [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
Press [
] key to shift the screen to the bottom.
Press [
] key to shift the screen to the top.
Select the video format
1. Select [Adv pip] on the Main menu and press [Menu
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3
] and/or [
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
H position
50
Picture
V position
50
Advanced
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Video format Auto NTSC PAL SECAM
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [Video format] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
]
key.
The selected item of [Video format] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
When pressing [
] key to select the video format.
] key, the video format can be selected according to the
order [Auto] / [NTSC] / [PAL] / [SECAM] / [Auto] in sequence.
When pressing [
] key, the video format order is scrolled in opposite to the
above order.
[Auto]
[NTSC]
[PAL]
[SECAM]
/
/
/
/
Search and switch to the input signal automatically.
Switch to the NTSC signal.
Switch to the PAL signal.
Switch to the SECAM signal.
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Procedure (Options Menu)
E. Options Menu
You can change the osd position, osd timeout, osd background and backlight and
select portrait or landscape, language used in osd and see the resolution at the time if
you select this menu.
1
Select the osd position
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
(Ex.)
Picture
Rotation
Advanced
Osd timeout
Normal
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Osd background
Language
Backlight
51 -
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
+
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [Osd] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Osd] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
When pressing [
] key to select the position.
] key, the position of pip(picture in picture) can be selected
according to the order
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
in sequence.
When pressing [
] key, the position of pip order is scrolled in opposite to the
above order.
2
Select PORTRAIT or LANDSCAPE
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
(Ex.)
Picture
Rotation
Advanced
Osd timeout
Normal
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Osd background
Language
Backlight
51 -
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
+
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [Rotation] on the Sub menu with pressing [
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The selected item of [Rotation] turns blue.
] or [
] key.
Adjustment for computer screen
3. Use the [
] and/or [
] key to select [Normal] or [Rotated].
Select "Normal" to display LANDSCAPE.
Select "Rotated" to display PORTRAIT.
Change the osd timeout
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
38-FP0001-02
3
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
Picture
Advanced
(Ex.)
Rotation
Osd timeout
Osd background
Language
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Normal
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
+
51 -
Backlight
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [Osd timeout] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Osd timeout] turns blue.
3. Use the [
4
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 5~60)
Press the [
] key to set the osd timeout longer.
Press the [
] key to set the osd timeout shorter.
Change the osd background
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
(Ex.)
Picture
Rotation
Advanced
Osd timeout
Normal
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Osd background
Language
Backlight
51 -
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
+
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [Osd background] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
]
key.
The selected item of [Osd background] turns blue.
3. Use the [
] and/or [
] key to select [opaque] or [translucent].
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Procedure (Options Menu)
5
Select language used in OSD (On Screen Display)
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
(Ex.)
Picture
Rotation
Advanced
Osd timeout
Normal
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Osd background
Language
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
+
51 -
Backlight
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [Language] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Language] turns blue.
3. Use the [
] and/or [
When pressing the [
] key to select the language.
] key, the language can be selected according to the
order [English] / [German] / [Japanese] / [French] / [Spanish] /
[English] in sequence.
When pressing the [ ] key, the language is scrolled in opposite to the above
order.
6
Adjust the backlight
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
(Ex.)
Picture
Rotation
Advanced
Osd timeout
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Osd background
Language
Backlight
Normal
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
51 -
+
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [Backlight] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
The selected item of [Backlight] turns blue.
3. Use the [
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] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
Press the [
] key, the whole screen is brighter.
Press the [
] key, the whole screen is darker.
] key.
Adjustment for computer screen
(Utilities Menu)
F. Utilities Menu
You can adjust the screen by Auto Adjust (Automatic Adjustment), reset the osd
setting, and display the osd version if you select this menu.
Automatic Adjustment (Analog mode only)
1. Select [Utilities] on the Main menu and press [Menu
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1
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Picture
(Ex.)
Advanced
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Auto Adjust press <right> to select
Reset
Internal Firmware Rom Version
1024 x 768 / 60 Hz
Mode: 88
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [Auto Adjust] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Auto Adjust] turns blue.
3. Press [
] or [
] key to start the Automatic Adjustment.
After the automatic adjustment successfully completed, the adjusted
value is saved.
2
Delete the data saved at the current display mode
1. Select [Utilities] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Picture
(Ex.)
Advanced
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Auto Adjust press <right> to select
Reset
Internal Firmware Rom Version
1024 x 768 / 60 Hz
Mode: 88
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [Reset] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Reset] turns blue.
3. Press [
] or [
] key to reset the osd setting.
All data adjusted/saved are deleted and then the data programmed by
manufacturer is reloaded.
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LCD Monitor Instructions
Adjustment Procedure (Utilities Menu)
3
Display the osd version
Select [Utilities] on the Main menu, the osd version is always
displayed in [Internal Firmware] on the Sub menu.
Picture
(Ex.)
Advanced
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Auto Adjust press <right> to select
Reset
Internal Firmware Rom Version
1024 x 768 / 60 Hz
Mode: 88
Sub menu
Main menu
4
Display the resolution
Select [Utilities] on the Main menu. Display the current resolution
below [Internal Firmware] on the Sub menu.
• Each time changing the resolution, its information is displayed.
Picture
(Ex.)
Advanced
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
Main menu
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Auto Adjust press <right> to select
Reset
Internal Firmware Rom Version
1024 x 768 / 60 Hz
Sub menu
Mode: 88
Additional Functions
This is the function to reduce the monitor's power consumption, when a computer has
not been used for long, even when the power to this LCD monitor is "ON". In order to
activate this system, it must be connected and used with a computer that conforms to
DPMS (Display Power Management Signaling) Standard of the VESA (Video
Electronics Standards Association).
38-FP0001-02
Power Management System
Plug and Play
This monitor conforms to DDC2B (Display Data Channel 2B) standard of VESA. (DDC
stands for display data channel and is a registered trademark of VESA)
*This monitor does not correspond to DDC1, so that Plug and Play function will not be
operated normally by some computers or graphic accelerators.
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Maintenance
Always unplug the AC cable from the outlet before maintenance.
Also unplug the signal cables from the computer.
Cabinet
Display Screen
37
Soak a soft cloth in water or neutral detergent, wring well,
and wipe the cabinet gently. Never use solvents such as
paint thinner or benzene as they will damage the surface
of the cabinet. Follow the manufacturer’s directions when
using chemically treated cloths.
Gently blow away any dust that has adhered to the
display screen. Apply a small amount of water to a soft
cloth, wring well and then wipe gently. Do not use organic
solvents such as ethyl alcohol, thinner or benzine etc.
Do not rub with pointy objects such as a pen or screwdriver.
Troubleshooting
Please check the following items before requesting repair. When this LCD monitor still
does not work properly after checking in following way, stop using it, turn off the power
switch, unplug the power plug from the AC Outlet, and contact the store where it was
purchased. In case a COMPUTER is connected, please refer to the User's Manual for
this LCD monitor also.
Problem
Check Item
Treatment
Is a computer's signal
timing (horizontal or Vertical
synchronous signals) over
the range specified for this
monitor ?
Check a computer manual and
set the signal timing so that it
falls within the range for this
monitor's specification.
Screen's display
range is incorrect.
Is the computer's screen
size set correctly ?
Reset the screen size.
Part of screen is
missing.
Is the adjustment for screen
correctly ?
Adjust the screen.
Picture is distorted.
Is the RGB or DVI cable
connected securely ?
Check the RGB or DVI cable
connection.
Is the screen adjusted
correctly ?
Adjust the screen correctly.
No picture
The computer's signal timing Check the computer’s
may not match the monitor's specifications.
specifications.
Not change to
Is the cable connected
another input signal. exactly?
Check the RGB or DVI
cable connection.
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38-FP0001-02
Fault Finding
–
12
7
12
–
7
Screen Display
• This monitor conforms to the WXGA mode (1,280 x 768 dots).
• This monitor does not support the computer’s display mode which is larger than
WXGA mode (1,280 x 768 dots). Its display is possible but there is no guarantee.
• Displaying the same screen for an extended period of time may leave a residual
image; this does not indicate a broken or defective display. The display will return to
normal after the power is turned off and the unit stands for a while. Use of a screen
saver is recommended.
• Bright dots (dots that remain lit) or black dots (unlit dots) on the LCD monitor’s display
are normal; they do not indicate a broken or defective display.
• When a LCD monitor shows the Composite Video, S-Video and etc., it is displayed
on a little bit wider screen which compares to a normal television set. Depend on the
image, it might be possible to show it on a full screen.
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Specifications
Table of Preset Data
Fifteen signal timing patterns indicated in the tables below are preset when the monitor is
shipped from the factory. The timing pattern is automatically determined and displayed
according to the synchronous signals of the computer being used. The monitor will use the
closest timing pattern for display when a perfectly matched one is not available.
No.
Resolution
Vertical Frequency
Horizontal Frequency
1
640 x 350 dots
70 Hz
31.4 kHz
2
640 x 400 dots
70 Hz
31.4 kHz
3
640 x 480 dots
60 Hz
31.5 kHz
4
640 x 480 dots
72 Hz
37.8 kHz
5
640 x 480 dots
75 Hz
37.5 kHz
6
800 x 600 dots
56 Hz
35.1 kHz
7
800 x 600 dots
60 Hz
37.9 kHz
8
800 x 600 dots
72 Hz
48.1 kHz
9
800 x 600 dots
75 Hz
46.9 kHz
10
832 x 624 dots
75 Hz
49.6 kHz
11
1,024 x 768 dots
60 Hz
48.4 kHz
12
1,024 x 768 dots
70 Hz
56.5 kHz
13
1,024 x 768 dots
75 Hz
60.2 kHz
14
1,280 x 768 dots
60 Hz
48.4 kHz
15
1,280 x 768 dots
75 Hz
60.2 kHz
Note : The frequency of No.15 is applied to Analog mode only.
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Cable Pin Arrangement
No.
Signal name
No.
Signal name
6
R GND
11
No Connect
G
7
G GND
12
DDC data line*
B
8
B GND
13
Hor. Sync.
4
No Connect
9
No Connect
14
Vert. Sync.
5
DDC GND*
10
GND
15
1
R
2
3
No.
Signal name
* DDC Standard (VESA)
DDC clock line*
1
6
11
5
10
15
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Analog Video Input : mini D-Sub (15pin)
Cable Pin Arrangement (female)
Digital Video Input : DVI-D (24pin)
No.
Signal name
No.
Signal name
No.
Signal name
1
T.M.D.S. Data2-
9
T.M.D.S. Data1-
17
T.M.D.S. Data0-
2
T.M.D.S. Data2+
10
T.M.D.S. Data1+
18
T.M.D.S. Data0+
3
T.M.D.S. Data2/4 Shield
11
T.M.D.S. Data1/3 Shield
19
T.M.D.S. Data0/5 Shield
4
T.M.D.S. Data4-
12
T.M.D.S. Data3-
20
T.M.D.S. Data5-
5
T.M.D.S. Data4+
13
T.M.D.S. Data3+
21
T.M.D.S. Data5+
6
DDC Clock
14
+5V Power
22
T.M.D.S. Clock Shield
7
DDC Data
15
Ground (for +5V)
23
T.M.D.S. Clock+
8
No Connect
16
Hot Plug Detect
24
T.M.D.S. Clock-
1
8
9
16
17
24
Cable Pin Arrangement (female)
External Control Input : D-SUB (9pin)
No.
Signal name
No.
Signal name
No.
Signal name
7
No Connect
1
No Connect
4
DTR
2
RXD
5
GND
8
No Connect
3
TXD
6
DSR
9
No Connect
1
5
6
9
Cable Pin Arrangement (male)
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Specifications
Monitor Specifications
38-FP0001-02
LCD
Liquid Crystal Panel
Display Size
Pixel Configuration
Pixel Pitch
Brightness
Response Time
Contrast
Angle of Visibility
TFT
39.6''
1,280 x 768
0.6735 x 0.6735 mm
470 cd/m2 typ.
Black to White: 14 ms White to Black: 8 ms Gray to Gray: 8 ms
600 : 1 typ.
Up 85, Down 85, Right 85, Left 85 degrees
(contrast ratio of less than 10)
PC Input
Vertical signal
Horizontal signal
Video Signal
No. of Colors
OSD Language
Plug & Play
Power Management
56 - 75 Hz
31.4 - 60.2 kHz
Analog: RGB 75Ω 0.7Vp-p Digital: DVI Standard Version 1.0
16.77 million
English, German, Japanese, French, Spanish
VESA DDC2B
VESA DPMS
Physical
Dimensions
Weight
Operating Conditions
Power Supply
Power Consumption
938 (W) x 610 (H) x 89 (D) mm
23 kg
Temperature: Operating: 5°C to 35°C Storage: -20°C to +60°C
Humidity:
30% to 85% RH (no condensation)
Input:
AC 220-240V 50Hz
215W (10W in Energy Saving mode)
Note : To improve this LCD monitor’s performance level, its specifications and
appearance are subject to change without notice.
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Table of contents
Table of contents .................................................................................... 42
Adjustment for Composite Video / S-Video / Component Video
Adjustment Items .................................................................................. 53
Mode..................................................................................................... 54
Adjustment Procedure
Before Adjustment ...................................................................... 55-57
A. Picture Menu .................................................................. 58-62
B. Advanced Menu.............................................................. 63,64
C. Video Menu ......................................................................... 65
D. Options Menu................................................................. 66-68
E. Utilities Menu ....................................................................... 69
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Before First Use
Names and Functions...................................................................... 43-46
Outer Dimension.............................................................................. 47,48
Installation ....................................................................................... 49-51
How to Use ........................................................................................... 52
Additional Functions
Shortcut Menu ............................................................................ 70-72
Power Management System ........................................................... 73
Plug and Play .................................................................................. 73
Troubleshooting
Fault Finding ......................................................................................... 74
Screen Display...................................................................................... 74
Specifications
Specifications........................................................................................ 75
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Names and Functions (Monitor)
Front View
Display Screen
NOTE
¡ When you move the LCD monitor, please unplug AC cables connected to AC-IN
and disconnect the cables connected to the external equipment.
¡ When you carry the LCD monitor, please be careful not to shock it. To avoid
damaging the LCD panel, be sure not to touch the LCD panel when carrying the
monitor.
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Rear View
HD
G/Y
BNC
Connector
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R/Cr
VD
B/Cb
Ventilators
Ventilators
Ventilators
Power Switch (
Turns the power to the
monitor on and off.
AC-IN
RGB Connector
)
DVI Connector
External Control
Connector
(
)
S-Video Connector
Composite Video
Connector
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Names and Functions (Remote Controller)
Operating Range (when there is no obstacle)
Horizontal
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Vertical
Standby key
Standby ON/OFF.
Menu key
Show Main menu. Used to move cursor leftward while displaying the menu.
Wide key
Set the scale mode in wide.
Numeric keys (see page 72)
key (see page 72)
Zoom out the picture.
Source key
Search and switch to current input signal automatically.
Escape key
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Used to switch each input signal. [0], [8] and [9] keys are not used.
[1] Analog RGB1 selection
[2] Digital RGB selection
[3] Composite VIDEO selection
[4] S-Video selection
[5] Analog RGB2 selection [6] Component VIDEO selection
[7] RGB+CSync selection
Escape from menu.
Menu key
Show Main menu. Used to move cursor rightward while displaying the menu.
Direction keys
key・・・Select upper items in the menu.
key・・・Select lower items in the menu.
key・・・Change set level down or move the cursor leftward.
key・・・Change set level up or move the cursor rightward.
Zoom key (see page 72)
Display Zoom menu.
Quick Menu key (see page 70,71)
Display Quick menu.
+ key (see page 72)
Zoom in the picture.
*See page 11 about preparation for remote control.
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Outer Dimension
Ventilators
VD
HD/CSYNC
B/Cb
G/Y
R/Cr
IR
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
External Control
RGB
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DVI
AC-IN
POWER
Ventilators
Ventilators
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Ventilators
4-M6 (Depth : Min.12mm/Max.20mm)
Ventilators
Ventilators
Mounting Area
Ventilators
Ventilators
When you install the LCD Monitor, please
take care the following:
• Use the M6 screws only for installation.
• The maximum length of the screw put through a
hole is 20mm on the surface of a metal chassis
(as shown right). Use the screw with effective
length 12-20mm, if not it may damage to the LCD
monitor.
• When you install the LCD monitor, please check
the strength of material to be secured.
L: 12mm(min.)
20mm(max.)
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Installation
Connect the Video deck, DVD player etc.
Turn off the power for the monitor and AV equipment before the connection.
1 Plug the cable(s) into the connector on the monitor securely.
the other end of the cable(s) into the connector on AV
2 Plug
equipment.
3 Plug the AC Power Cord into the AC-IN on the monitor.
4 Plug the Power Plug into an outlet.
5 Switch on the monitor before starting up AV equipment.
S-Video
Connector
Composite
Video Connector
AC-IN
BNC
Connector
Component Video Cable
(not included)
External
Control
VD
HD/CS
B/Cb
G/Y
R/Cr
AC Power
Cord
Power Plug
S-Video Cable
(not included)
Ground
Video Cable
(not included)
* The illustrations of monitor and AC Power Cord above-mentioned
are designed for using in North America.
etc.
AV Equipments
NOTE
¡For S-Video Cable, Video Cable and Component Video Cable, please use the
cables on the market or ones come with AV equipments.
¡For clearer picture, using S-Video Cable is recommended compared with
Composite Video. When an equipment has S-Video output, please use SVideo Cable.
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Connect the Computers
the cable(s) into the connector on the monitor securely and fix
1 Plug
them in place with two screws (each).
2 Plug the other end of the cable(s) into the connector on a computer.
3 Plug the AC Power Cord into the AC-IN on the monitor.
4 Plug the Power Plug into an outlet.
5 Switch on the monitor before starting up a computer.
External OSD Connector
DVI Connector
RGB
Connector
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Before doing anything, make sure the Power Switch on the monitor and a computer is
turned off.
AC-IN
AC Power
Cord
Ground
Power Plug
DVI Cable
(not included)
Connect to the
computer’s
connectors
RGB Cable
* The illustrations of monitor and AC Power Cord above-mentioned
are designed for using in North America.
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Installation
How to secure the monitor on a wall
Note: The following figure is only recommended.
Vertical
M6 bolt (4 places)
UP
b
Depth: Min. 12mm
Max. 20mm
Bracket
(not included)
Side view of the monitor
Horizontal
Rear view of the monitor
M6 bolt (4 places)
UP
b
Depth: Min. 12mm
Max. 20mm
Bracket
(not included)
Side view of the monitor
Rear view of the monitor
Caution
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Never cover the rear ventilators with cloth or something.
Secure enough space more than 30mm from the rear part of the monitor.
How to Use
Use this monitor with following procedure.
Watch Video/DVD
Connect video cable from Video
deck or DVD player to the
monitor.
Use Computers
Connect video cable from
computer to this monitor.
a
a
Adjust the Screen
(see page 53).
If adjustment not
required or skip
Adjust the Screen
(see page 12).
a
a
If adjustment not
required or skip
a
*Search the input signal automatically.
Choose "Analog" or "Digital"
(see page 54).
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a
a
Choose "Composite Video" or
"S-Video" or "Component Video"
(see page 54).
a
Use a computer.
Watch Video / DVD.
NOTE
In case there is no signal when the screen is on, the screen will be in the waiting
mode and nothing is shown.
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Adjustment Items
Please follow the OSD (On Screen Display) menu to adjust screen settings using
Remote Controller (see page 45).
Adjustment Items for Composite Video, S-Video and
Component Video screen
Picture Menu
(refer to page 58-62)
BRIGHTNESS ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the brightness for video screen
CONTRAST ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the contrast for video screen
H POSITION ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the horizontal position for video screen
V POSITION ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the vertical position for video screen
COLOR ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the color for video screen
TINT ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the tint for video screen
SHARPNESS ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the sharpness for video screen
SCALING ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Scale the video screen
Advanced Menu
(refer to page 63-64)
COLOR ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the color temperature for video screen
USER RED ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the level of red for video screen
USER GREEN ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the level of green for video screen
USER BLUE ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the level of blue for video screen
Video Menu
(refer to page 65)
VIDEO FORMAT ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select the video format (ntsc/pal/secam)
Options Menu
(refer to page 66-68)
OSD ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select the osd position
ROTATION ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select PORTRAIT or LANDSCAPE
OSD TIMEOUT ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Change the osd timeout
OSD BACKGROUND ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select the osd background
LANGUAGE ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Select language used in osd
BACKLIGHT ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Adjust the backlight of the screen
Utilities Menu
(refer to page 69)
RESET ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Delete the data saved at the current display
mode
INTERNAL FIRMWARE ‥ ‥ ‥ ‥Display the osd version
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Note
If selected [Rotated] in Options menu, [Internal Farmware] is not displayed.
Mode
You can change or indicate the signal input type following the steps.
Change or indicate the input signal
1. While the OSD (On Screen Display) is not displayed, it is possible
to change or indicate the current mode.
Press [Source] key to indicate the current mode in the lower right corner
of the screen.
(Ex.)
2. While displaying the current mode, press [Source] key again.
Start searching another mode according to the order [Analog RGB1] /
[Analog RGB2] / [Digital RGB] / [Composite Video] / [S-Video] /
[Component Video] / [RGB + C Sync] in sequence.
[Analog RGB1]
[Analog RGB2]
[Digital RGB]
[Composite Video]
[S-Video]
[Component Video]
[RGB + C Sync]
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
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Analog RGB1
1024 x 768 / 75 Hz
Mode: 88
Switch to the signal from RGB connector.
Switch to the signal from R/G/B/HD/VD connector.
Switch to the signal from DVI connector.
Switch to the signal from Composite Video connector.
Switch to the signal from S-Video connector.
Switch to the signal from Cr/Y/Cb connector.
Switch to the signal from R/G/B/C SYNC connector.
• Every time the input signal is searched, display the searched and stop
searching picture.
• The current mode is indicated for each input signal type as follows:
Analog RGB1
1024 x 768 / 75 Hz
Mode: 88
Analog RGB2
1024 x 768 / 75 Hz
Mode: 88
Digital RGB
1024 x 768 / 75 Hz
Mode: 88
Composite Video
NTSC 60Hz/3.58MHz
S-Video
NTSC 60Hz/3.58MHz
Component Video
NTSC 60Hz/3.58MHz
RGB + C Sync
NTSC 60Hz/3.58MHz
NOTE
In case there is no signal when the screen is on, the screen will be in the waiting
mode and nothing is shown.
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Adjustment Procedure
Before Adjustment
The signal timing for a computer which this LCD monitor supports is listed in "Table of
Preset Data" on Page 39, the recommended value of Vertical Frequency for this model
is 60Hz. (Unlike CRT Monitors, the display becomes stable when Vertical Frequency is
low.) It is recommend to set Vertical Frequency of a computer connected at 60Hz by
"refresh rate setting" before starting adjustment procedure.
*This user's guide illustrates the OSD(On Screen Display) when installing this LCD
monitor in the standard direction. If selects the "Rotated" in Options menu (see page
66), OSD menu is displayed in the opposite order.
This monitor does not have the convertible function of Landscape display. When using
this monitor with vertical installation, it is necessary to adapt the input signal to this
monitor to the Portrait display.
1
Display the Windows or other screen
After a computer is connected with this LCD monitor, activate a computer and
then shows a bright screen on this LCD monitor. It might not be possible to adjust
the screen correctly for a dark screen.
For DOS mode, run an application that shows the edges of the screen (edit
etc.) to adjust screen.
2
Show OSD (On Screen Display) menu
Press [ Menu] or [Menu
displayed on the monitor.
] key to show the following menu while no menu is
(Ex.)
Brightness
50 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 -
+
15 1056 -
+
Phase
Frequency
Scaling
Main menu
3
+
Wide
Sub menu
Select item of the menu
Press [
] or [
] key to select item of the menu while displaying the OSD menu.
(Ex.)
55
+
Brightness
50 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 -
+
15 1056 -
+
Main menu
Phase
Frequency
Scaling
+
+
Wide
Sub menu
Move the cursor to Sub menu
After Main menu item is selected, press [Menu
・Press [
Menu] key to return to Main menu from Sub menu.
(Ex.)
Brightness
25 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 -
+
15 1056 -
+
Main menu
5
Phase
Frequency
+
+
Scaling
Wide
Sub menu
Select item of Sub menu
Press [
] or [
] key as well as the Main menu item selection.
(Ex.)
Brightness
25 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 -
+
15 1056 -
+
Main menu
6
] key.
Phase
Frequency
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4
+
+
Scaling
Wide
Sub menu
Match the cursor to the operation item
1. When there are some selections like "color" item, press [
] or [
] key to
move the cursor to switch.
Color
(Ex.)
Warm Neutral Cold user
-
+
Picture
User red
Advanced
User green
-
+
Pip
User blue
-
+
Adv pip
Sub menu
Options
Utilities
Main menu
*Continued on the following page.
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Adjustment Procedure
2. For the adjustment item like "brightness", press [−] or [+] key to change
levels of selected item.
(Ex.)
Brightness
25 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Pip
Adv pip
Options
Utilities
V position
50 -
+
15 1056 -
+
Main menu
7
Phase
Frequency
Scaling
+
+
Wide
Sub menu
Adjustment or Setting
For each item selected, the adjustment/setting has been made by pressing [ ]
and/or [ ] key. This monitor saves adjusted value at intervals of about 5
seconds. Do not turn off the monitor for at least 5 seconds after adjustment or
setting. (The detail steps for each item are described in the page 58-69)
NOTE
In case that Composite Video, S-Video and Component Video cables are
connected, each adjustment procedure needs to be done for Composite Video,
S-Video and Component Video, separately.
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(Picture Menu)
A. Picture Menu
The adjustment of brightness, contrast, horizontal position, vertical position, color, tint,
sharpness and scaling for the picture are available.
1
Adjust the brightness
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
(Ex.)
Brightness
50 -
+
Picture
Contrast
50 -
+
Advanced
H position
50 -
+
Video
Options
V position
50 -
+
Color
50 -
+
Utilities
Tint
50 -
+
Main menu
Sharpness
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Scaling
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [Brightness] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Brightness] turns blue.
3. Use [
2
] and/or [
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You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
By pressing [
] key, the whole screen is brighter .
By pressing [
] key, the whole screen is darker.
Adjust the contrast
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
Brightness
50 -
+
Picture
Contrast
50 -
+
Advanced
H position
50 -
+
Video
Options
V position
50 -
+
Color
50 -
+
Utilities
Tint
50 -
+
Main menu
Sharpness
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Scaling
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [Contrast] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Contrast] turns blue.
*Continued on the following page.
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Adjustment Procedure (Picture Menu)
3. Use [
] and/or [
By pressing [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
] key, the contrast (difference between bright and dark)
becomes lighter.
By pressing [
] key, the contrast (difference between bright and dark)
becomes darker.
3
Adjust the horizontal position
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
Brightness
50 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Video
Options
V position
50 -
+
Color
+
Utilities
Tint
50 50 -
Main menu
+
+
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Sharpness
Scaling
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [H position] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
The selected item of [H position] turns blue.
3. Use [
4
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
Press [
] key to shift the screen to the right.
Press [
] key to shift the screen to the left.
Adjust the vertical position
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
Brightness
50 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Video
Options
V position
50 -
+
Color
+
Utilities
Tint
50 50 -
Main menu
Sharpness
+
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Scaling
Wide
Sub menu
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+
] key.
2. Select [V position] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [V position] turns blue.
3. Use [
5
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
By press [
] key to shift the screen to the top.
By press [
] key to shift the screen to the bottom.
Adjust the color
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
50 -
+
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Video
Options
V position
50 -
+
Color
50 -
+
Utilities
Tint
Sharpness
+
50 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Main menu
Scaling
+
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(Ex.)
Brightness
Picture
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [Color] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Color] turns blue.
3. Use [
6
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
By pressing [
] key, the screen lightens.
By pressing [
] key, the screen deepens.
Adjust the tint (NTSC signal only)
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
Brightness
50 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Video
Options
V position
+
Color
50 50 -
Utilities
Tint
50 -
+
Main menu
Sharpness
+
+
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Scaling
Wide
Sub menu
*Continued on the following page.
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Adjustment Procedure (Picture Menu)
2. Select [Tint] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Tint] turns blue.
3. Use [
7
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
By pressing [
] key, the skin color becomes more greenish.
By pressing [
] key, the skin color becomes more purplish.
Adjust the sharpness
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
Brightness
50 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Video
Options
V position
+
Color
50 50 -
Utilities
Tint
50 -
+
Main menu
+
+
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Sharpness
Scaling
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [Sharpness] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
The selected item of [Sharpness] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 1~8)
selected value
outline of the picture
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1 2
clearly
3
4
5
6
7
8
darkly
] key.
Adjust the scaling
1. Select [Picture] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
(Ex.)
Brightness
50 -
+
Picture
Contrast
+
Advanced
H position
50 50 -
Video
Options
V position
+
Color
50 50 -
Utilities
Tint
50 -
+
Main menu
Sharpness
+
+
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Scaling
Wide
Sub menu
2. Select [Scaling] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Scaling] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
When pressing [
] key to adjust.
] key, the scaling can be selected according to the order
[Wide] / [Normal] / [LB to 16:9] / [Panorama] / [Gamemode] / [Auto] /
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8
[Wide] in sequence.
When pressing [
] key, the scaling order is scrolled in opposite to the above
order.
[Wide]
[Normal]
/
/
[LB to 16 : 9]
/
Display the input picture converted the wide.
Display the standard input picture of an aspect ratio
of 4:3.
Display the input picture of LB with an aspect ratio of
4:3 on the whole screen.
*LB stands for Letter Box.
[Panorama]
/
[Gamemode]
[Auto]
/
/
Display the input picture converted to the panorama
size.
Display the input picture for TV game size.
Search the best mode for input picture from S-Video
terminal and display the picture.
*[Auto] works for only S-video mode.
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Adjustment Procedure (Advanced Menu)
B. Advanced Menu
You can adjust the color temperature for the screen manually if you select this menu.
Three preset values of color temperature are set up at the time of factory shipments.
Besides, you can set your preferable values.
1
Adjust the color temperature (Preset)
1. Select [Advanced] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Color
User red
Picture
Advanced
Video
Options
(Ex.)
Warm Neutral Cold user
-
+
User green
-
+
User blue
-
+
Sub menu
Utilities
Main menu
2. Select [Color] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Color] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
] key to adjust.
<Preset value>
<Screen condition>
Warm
/
a little reddish white
Neutral
/
natural light
Cold
/
a little bluish white
When pressing the [ ] button, the color temperature can be selected
according to the order [Warm] / [Neutral] / [Cold] / [user] / [Warm] in
sequence.
When pressing the [ ] button, the color temperature order is scrolled in
opposite to the above order.
• If [user] is selected, it is available to adjust three colors by [User red], [User
green] and [User blue]. (see following step 2)
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Adjust the color temperature (User)
If you wish to set user settings of color temperature, follow the steps.
(Ex.) In case adjusting the [User red], [User green] and [User blue] in
sequence.
1. Select [Advanced] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Color
User red
Picture
Advanced
Video
Options
(Ex.)
Warm Neutral Cold user
-
+
User green
-
+
User blue
-
+
Sub menu
Utilities
Main menu
2. Select [Color] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Color] turns blue.
3. Select [user] with [
] and/or [
] key.
[user] turns red. Besides, [User red], [User green] and [User blue] are
ready to adjust.
4. Select [User red] with [
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2
] key.
The selected item of [User red] turns blue.
5. Adjust the red level with [
Press [
] and/or [
] key. (Interval: 0~100)
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to [User green]. The selected item of
[User green] turns blue.
6. Adjust the green level with [
Press [
] and/or [
] key. (Interval: 0~100)
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to [User blue].
The selected item of [User blue] turns blue.
7. Adjust the blue level with [
User red
User green
User blue
] and/or [
pressing [ ] key
more reddish
more greenish
more bluish
] key. (Interval: 0~100)
pressing [ ] key
less reddish
less greenish
less bluish
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Adjustment for Composite Video/S-Video/Component Video
Adjustment Procedure (Video Menu)
C. Video Menu
When video signal is input, you can select the video format (NTSC/PAL/SECAM)
manually.
1
Select the video format
1. Select [Video] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
The selected item of [Video format] turns blue.
Video format Auto NTSC PAL SECAM
Picture
Sub menu
Advanced
(Ex.)
Video
Options
Utilities
Main menu
2. Use [
] and/or [
When pressing [
] key to select the video format.
] key, the video format can be selected according to the
order [Auto] / [NTSC] / [PAL] / [SECAM] / [Auto] in sequence.
When pressing [
] key, the video format order is scrolled in opposite to the
above order.
[Auto]
[NTSC]
[PAL]
[SECAM]
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/
/
/
/
Search and switch to the input signal automatically.
Switch to the NTSC signal.
Switch to the PAL signal.
Switch to the SECAM signal.
(Options Menu)
D. Options Menu
You can change the osd position, osd timeout, osd background and backlight and
select portrait or landscape, language used in osd and see the resolution at the time if
you select this menu.
1
Select the osd position
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
Rotation
Advanced
Video
Options
Osd timeout
Utilities
Normal
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
Osd background
Language
Backlight
51 -
Main menu
+
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(Ex.)
Picture
Sub menu
2. Select [Osd] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Osd] turns blue.
3. Use [
] and/or [
When pressing [
] key to select the position.
] key, the position of pip(picture in picture) can be
/
selected according to the order
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
in sequence.
When pressing [
] key, the position of pip order is scrolled in opposite to
the above order.
2
Select PORTRAIT or LANDSCAPE
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
(Ex.)
Picture
Rotation
Advanced
Video
Options
Osd timeout
Utilities
Normal
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
Osd background
Language
Backlight
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Main menu
+
Sub menu
2. Select [Rotation] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Rotation] turns blue.
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Adjustment for Composite Video/S-Video/Component Video
Adjustment Procedure (Options Menu)
3. Use the [
] and/or [
] key to select [Normal] or [Rotated].
Select "Normal" to display LANDSCAPE.
Select "Rotated" to display PORTRAIT.
3
Change the osd timeout
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
(Ex.)
Picture
Advanced
Video
Options
Osd background
Language
Utilities
Backlight
Rotation
Osd timeout
Main menu
Normal
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
+
51 -
Sub menu
2. Select [Osd timeout] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Osd timeout] turns blue.
3. Use the [
4
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 5~60)
Press the [
] button to set the osd timeout longer.
Press the [
] button to set the osd timeout shorter.
Change the osd background
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
(Ex.)
Picture
Advanced
Video
Options
Utilities
Main menu
Rotation
Normal
Osd timeout
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
Osd background
Language
Backlight
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+
Sub menu
2. Select [Osd background] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
key.
The selected item of [Osd background] turns blue.
3. Use the [
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] and/or [
] key to select [opaque] or [translucent].
]
5
Select language used in OSD (On Screen Display)
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
(Ex.)
Picture
Rotation
Advanced
Video
Options
Osd timeout
Osd background
Language
Utilities
Backlight
Normal
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
+
51 -
Sub menu
Main menu
2. Select [Language] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
3. Use the [
] and/or [
When pressing the [
] key to select the language.
] key, the language can be selected according to the
order [English] / [German] / [Japanese] / [French] / [Spanish] /
[English] in sequence.
When pressing the [ ] key, the language is scrolled in opposite to the above
order.
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The selected item of [Language] turns blue.
Adjust the backlight
1. Select [Options] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
OSD
(Ex.)
Picture
Rotation
Advanced
Video
Options
Osd timeout
Osd background
Language
Utilities
Backlight
Main menu
Normal
Rotated
10 seconds
opaque translucent
51 -
+
Sub menu
2. Select [Backlight] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Backlight] turns blue.
3. Use the [
] and/or [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
Press the [
] key, the whole screen is brighter.
Press the [
] key, the whole screen is darker.
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Adjustment for Composite Video/S-Video/Component Video
Adjustment Procedure (Utilities Menu)
E. Utilities Menu
You can reset the osd setting and display the osd version if you select this menu.
1
Delete the data saved at the current display mode
1. Select [Utilities] on the Main menu and press [Menu
] key.
You can see the cursor moving to the Sub menu.
Picture
(Ex.)
Advanced
Video
Options
Reset
Internal Firmware Rom Version
Sub menu
Utilities
Main menu
2. Select [Reset] on the Sub menu with pressing [
] or [
] key.
The selected item of [Reset] turns blue.
3. Press [
] or [
] key to reset the osd setting.
All data adjusted/saved are deleted and then the default settings
programmed by manufacturer is reloaded.
2
Display the osd version
Select [Utilities] on the Main menu, the osd version is always
displayed in [Internal Firmware] on the Sub menu.
Picture
(Ex.)
Advanced
Video
Options
Utilities
Main menu
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Reset
Internal Firmware Rom Version
Sub menu
Additional Functions
Shortcut Menu
You can shortcut to adjust the brightness and contrast of the whole screen and size of
picture in picture. When the OSD (On Screen Display) is not displayed, it is possible to
display the Shortcut Menu. The adjustment flow is described in below:
1
Display the Shortcut Menu
1. While the OSD (On Screen Display) is not displayed, it is possible
to display the Shortcut Menu. Press [Quick Menu] key.
The shortcut menu is displayed.
-
+
2. Use [Quick Menu] key to select the shortcut menu.
When pressing [Quick Menu] key, the shortcut menu can be selected
according to the order [Brightness] / [Contrast] / [Pip enable] / [Brightness]
in sequence.
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Brightness
50
(Ex.)
• Every time [Quick Menu] key is pressed, the shortcut menu changes.
2
Adjust the brightness
1. Use [Quick Menu] key to select [Brightness] menu.
Brightness
50
(Ex.)
-
2. Use [
3
] and/or [
+
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
By pressing [
] key, the whole screen is brighter.
By pressing [
] key, the whole screen is darker.
Adjust the contrast
1. Use [Quick Menu] key to select [Contrast] menu.
Contrast
50
(Ex.)
-
+
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Adjustment for Composite Video/S-Video/Component Video
Additional Functions
2. Use [
] and/or [
By pressing [
] key to adjust. (Interval: 0~100)
] key, the contrast (difference between bright and dark)
becomes darker.
By pressing [
] key, the contrast (difference between bright and dark)
becomes lighter.
4
Select the size of pip (picture in picture)
1. Use [Quick Menu] key to select [Pip enable] menu.
Pip enable
(Ex.)
off S
2. Use [
] and/or [
M
L
] key to select the size of pip.
The selected size turns red.
When pressing [ ] key, the pip can be displayed at the size according to the
order [off] / [S] / [M] / [L] / [off] in sequence.
When pressing [ ] key, the size of pip is scrolled in opposite to the above
order.
• When [off] is selected, [pip] menu and pip disappear. In case selecting
[small] or [medium] or [large], [pip] menu appears.
• When [off] is selected, [pip] menu and pip disappear. In case selecting
[small] or [medium] or [large], [pip] menu appears.
5
Switch source (input signal)
1. To show signal source, press [Source] key.
Current input signal type and the resolution are displayed.
(Ex.)
Analog RGB1
1024 x 768 / 75 Hz
Mode: 88
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2. To search other input signal connected to the monitor, press
[Source] key of remote control again while the input signal type
is displayed.
・ The searching order of other input signal is as follows.
[Analog RGB1] → [Analog RGB2] → [Digital RGB] → [Composite Video] →
[S-Video] → [Component Video] → [RGB+C Sync]
・ Every time the input signal is searched, display the searched and stop
searching picture.
・ "No input signal. Going to Sleep." is displayed when there is no other
input signal detected.
Numeric keys
As shown in page 45,46, each numeric keys is designated to one input signal
(see list below). Once any numeric key is pressed, signal detection starts. If no
correspondent signal is detected, next detection starts for other signal type.
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
7
Source
Analog RGB1
Digital RGB
Composite Video
S-Video
Analog RGB2
Component Video
RGB+C Sync
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Zoom menu
1. To show zoom menu, press [Zoom] key.
The zoom menu icon is displayed as follows.
−+
2. To zoom in, press [
3. To zoom out, press [
] key.
] key.
Press [Escape] key to leave the Zoom menu.
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Adjustment for Composite Video/S-Video/Component Video
Additional Functions
Power Management System
This is the function to reduce the monitor's power consumption, when a computer has
not been used for long, even when the power to this LCD monitor is "ON". In order to
activate this system, it must be connected and used with a computer that conforms to
DPMS (Display Power Management Signaling) Standard of the VESA (Video
Electronics Standards Association).
Plug and Play
This monitor conforms to DDC2B (Display Data Channel 2B) standard of VESA. (DDC
stands for display data channel and is a registered trademark of VESA)
*This monitor does not correspond to DDC1, so that Plug and Play function will not be
operated normally by some computers or graphic accelerators.
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Troubleshooting
Fault Finding
Fault Finding
Please check the following items before requesting repair. When this LCD monitor still
does not work properly after checking in following way, stop using it, turn off the power
switch, unplug the power plug from the AC Outlet, and contact the store where it was
purchased. In case a COMPUTER is connected, please refer to the User's Manual for
this LCD monitor also.
Problem
No picture
Check Item
Does the Power Switch on
an equipment connected turn
ON?
Is a signal cable connected
firmly?
Brightness, contrast Is the brightness or contrast
and etc. are no good and etc. on the screen
adjusted correctly?
Treatment
Page No.
Check the power status on an
equipment connected.
–
Check the cable connection.
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Adjust the screen again.
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Video Screen is displayed:
Screen Display
• This monitor conforms to the WXGA mode (1,280 x 768 dots).
• This monitor does not support the computer’s display mode which is larger than
WXGA mode (1,280 x 768 dots). Its display is possible but there is no guarantee.
• Displaying the same screen for an extended period of time may leave a residual
image; this does not indicate a broken or defective display. The display will return to
normal after the power is turned off and the unit stands for a while. Use of a screen
saver is recommended.
• Bright dots (dots that remain lit) or black dots (unlit dots) on the LCD monitor’s display
are normal; they do not indicate a broken or defective display.
• When a LCD monitor shows the Composite Video, S-Video and etc., it is displayed
on a little bit wider screen which compares to a normal television set. Depend on the
image, it might be possible to show it on a full screen.
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Specifications
Monitor Specifications
LCD
Liquid Crystal Panel
Display Size
Pixel Configuration
Pixel Pitch
Brightness
Response Time
Contrast
Angle of Visibility
TFT
39.6''
1,280 x 768
0.6735 x 0.6735 mm
470 cd/m2 typ.
Black to White: 14 ms White to Black: 8 ms Gray to Gray: 8 ms
600 : 1 typ.
Up 85, Down 85, Right 85, Left 85 degrees
(contrast ratio of less than 10)
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PC Input
Vertical signal
Horizontal signal
Video Signal
No. of Colors
OSD Language
Plug & Play
Power Management
56 - 75 Hz
31.4 - 60.2 kHz
Analog: RGB 75Ω 0.7Vp-p Digital: DVI Standard Version 1.0
16.77 million
English, German, Japanese, French, Spanish
VESA DDC2B
VESA DPMS
Video Input
75 Ω, 1Vp-p (NTSC, PAL, SECAM)
Composite Video
Signal
Connector
BNC x 1
S-Video
Signal
Luminance : 75 Ω 1Vp-p
Connector
Mini DIN 4pin X1
Chrominance : 75 Ω 0.286Vp-p (NTSC, PAL SECAM)
Component Video
Signal
Y/Cb/Cr, Analog RGB+C SYNC, Analog RGB+HD/VD
Connector
BNC x 5
Physical
Dimensions
Weight
Operating Conditions
Power Supply
Power Consumption
938 (W) x 610 (H) x 89 (D) mm
23 kg
Temperature: Operating: 5°C to 35°C Storage: -20°C to +60°C
Humidity:
30% to 85% RH (no condensation)
Input:
AC 100-240V 50/60Hz(U.S.)
AC 220-240V 50Hz(Europe)
215W (10W in Energy Saving mode)
Note : To improve this LCD monitor’s performance level, its specifications and
appearance are subject to change without notice.
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause interference to radio and 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:
S reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
S increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
S connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected
S consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
Accessories: This equipment has been tested and found comply with the limits
of a Class A digital device. The accessories associated with this equipment are
as follows:
S shielded video cable
These accessories are required to be used in order to ensure compliance with
FCC rules.
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CHRISTIE DIGITAL SYSTEMS, Inc.
809 Wellington Street North
Kitchener, Ontario
Canada N2G 4Y7
Telephone (519) 744-8005
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Fax (519) 749-3136
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10550 Camden Drive
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USA
Telephone (714) 236-8610
Fax (714) 503-3385
Toll Free 1-800-407-7727
Toll Free 1-800-333-3816
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ViewPoint
200 Ashville Way
Workingham, Berkshire, U.K.
RG41 2PL
Telephone +44 118 977-8000
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Willicher Damm 129
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Telephone +49 2161 664540
Fax +49 2161 664546
sales-germany@christiedigital.com
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#05-02 Biz Tech Centre
Singapore 389842
Telephone 65-877-8737
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