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USER’S MANUAL
PDS4207W-H/PDS4207E-H
42” WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY
Contents
Page
Before Use
• Safety Precautions ·········································· 3-5
• Features ····························································· 6
• Accessories ························································ 7
• What You Should Know ·································· 8-9
• Preventing Equipment from Falling ·················· 10
Usage
• Names of Parts and Their Functions ········· 11-14
• Basic Operations ·············································· 15
• Viewing Wide Screen (Video Mode) ··········· 16-17
• Viewing Wide Screen (RGB Mode) ············· 18-19
Handy Functions
• On-Screen Display Setting ·······························
• Internal Speaker Setting ··································
• WHITE BALANCE Setting ·······························
• DPMS and Display Language Setting ··············
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Adjustments
Video Mode
• Video Adjustments ·········································· 24-25
• Screen Adjustments ········································ 26-27
• Input Source Adjustments ······························· 28-29
• Other Adjustments ·········································· 30-31
RGB Mode
• Video Adjustments ·········································· 32-33
• Screen Adjustments ········································ 34-35
• Input Source Adjustments ······························· 36-37
• Other Adjustments ·········································· 38-39
Others
• Personal Computers that Can be Connected ······ 40
• Optional Products ················································ 41
• Specifications ·················································· 42-43
• Care and Maintenance ········································· 44
Before using the display, read this manual carefully so that you know how to use the display correctly.
Refer to this manual whenever questions or problems about operation arise. Be sure to read and observe the safety precautions.
Keep this manual where the user can see it easily.
∗ Installation and removal require special expertise. Consult your product dealer for details.
FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to EN45014
We
Fujitsu General (Euro) GmbH
of
Werftstraße 20, D-40549 Düsseldorf, F. R. Germany
Manufacturer: Shinjyo Fujitsu General Limited
702-3 Kanezawa Shinjyo-shi
Yamagata Japan
declares under our sole responsibility that the product,
Type: 42” PLASMA DISPLAY
Model Name: PDS4207W-H/PDS4207E-H
to which this declaration relates are in conformity with the following standards;
European Standards:
EMC: a. EN55022 1994, Class A
b.EN61000-3-2 1995
c. EN61000-3-3 1995
d.EN50082-2 1995
(EN61000-4-2 1995 / EN 61000-4-4 1995 / EN61000-4-8 1993)
(ENV50140 1993 / ENV50141 1993 / ENV50204 1995)
Safety: e. EN60950 1992/A1:1993/A2:1993/A3:1995
By conformance with the standard referenced, the product follows
the provisions of the directives listed below.
a. EC
b.EC
c. EC
d.EC
Council
Council
Council
Council
Directive
Directive
Directive
Directive
89/336/EEC of 3rd, May 1989
92/31/EEC of 28th, April 1992
93/68/EEC of 22nd, July 1993
73/23/EEC of 19th, February 1973
Place of Issue: Germany
Date of Issue: Nov. 1998
Signature:
H. Hirosaki, Managing Director
Fujitsu General (Euro) GmbH
Declaration reference:
Fujitsu General (Euro) GmbH
Werftstraße 20, D-40549 Düsseldorf, F. R. Germany
Tel: 0211-50098-0
Fax: 0211-50098-50
FCC NOTICE
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This equipment 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 when the equipment
is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
WARNING: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This unit has been engineered and manufactured to
assure your personal safety. But IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR
FIRE HAZARD. In order not to defeat the safeguards incorporated into this product, observe the following
basic rules for its installation, use and service. Please read these “Important Safeguards” carefully before use.
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All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated.
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The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
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All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
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All operating instructions should be followed.
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Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
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Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may be hazardous.
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Do not use this product near water. Do not use immediately after moving from a low temperature to high
temperature, as this causes condensation, which may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
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Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury
to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. The product should be mounted according to the
manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mount recommended by the manufacturer.
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When the product is used on a cart, care should be taken to avoid quick stops, excessive force, and
uneven surfaces which may cause the product and cart to overturn, damaging equipment or
causing possible injury to the operator.
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Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. These ensure reliable operation of the
product and protect it from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered. (The openings
should never be blocked by placing the product on bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface. It should not be
placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided and the
manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.)
For proper ventilation, separate the product from other equipment, which may prevent ventilation and keep
distance more than 10cm.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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This product should be operated only with the type of power source indicated on the label. If you are not
sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company.
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This product is equipped with a three-wire plug. This plug will fit only into a grounded power outlet. If you
are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to install the proper outlet. Do not
defeat the safety purpose of the grounded plug.
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Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed
upon or against them. Pay particular attention to cords at doors, plugs, receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the product.
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For added protection of this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for
long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the cable system. This will prevent
damage to the product due to lightning and power line surges.
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Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or convenience receptacles on other equipment as this can
result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
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Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage
points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the
product.
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Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages and other hazards. Refer all service to qualified service personnel.
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Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer service to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
a) When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen on the product.
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d) If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those
controls that are covered by the Operation Manual, as an improper adjustment of other controls may
result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to
its normal operation.
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way.
f) When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance – this indicates a need for service.
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When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or with same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
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Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition.
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The product should be placed more than one foot away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, and other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
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When connecting other products such as VCR’s, and personal computers, you should turn off the power of
this product for protection against electric shock.
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Do not place combustibles behind the cooling fan. For example, cloth, paper, matches, aerosol cans or
gas lighters that present special hazards when over heated.
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Use only the accessory cord designed for this product to prevent shock.
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The power supply voltage rating of this product is AC100-240 V, the power cord attached conforms to the
following power supply voltage. Use only the power cord designated by our dealer to ensure safety and
EMC.
When it is used by other power supply voltage,
power cable must be changed.
Power cord
Consult your product dealer.
Power supply voltage: AC100-125V
AC 200-240 V
AC 240 V (SAA TYPE)
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FEATURES
VERTICAL INSTALLATION
The dynamic vertical screen is obtained by installing the Plasmavision vertically.
PLASMAVISION SUPPORTS
The VGA full display and SVGA and XGA compression display suitable for personal computers
A VARIETY OF INPUT TERMINALS
The high quality image color difference signals such as DVD etc. can be input in addition to the video, S-video, and RGB.
CONVENIENT POWER MANAGEMENT FUNCTION
DPMS (Display Power Management Signaling) automatically minimizes power consumption.
FIVE TYPES OF WIDE DISPLAY
Five types of wide display are supported: WIDE 1, WIDE 2, ZOOM 1, ZOOM 2 and normal display (4:3).
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ACCESSORIES
Cable clamper × 2
Power cord
PDS4207W-H × 3
PDS4207E-H × 1
Remote controller × 1
USER’S
MANUAL
AA battery × 2
Screw A (10 mm)
A
User’s Manual × 1
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Checking Accessories
Screw B (20 mm)
B
Bracket × 2 (2 types)
Screw × 2 (2 types)
Cable clampers
• The accessory cable clampers are for fastening the connected
signal cables and a power cable. When installing this display
on a wall or ceiling, insert the cable clampers into the holes on
the rear of the display.
Bundle connecting cables so
that they lead downwards, as
in the illustration.
Cable clamper
(Attach as in the illustration.)
Connecting to External Equipment
Cables for connecting external equipment must be
purchased separately.
Connectors
AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO INPUT
S-VIDEO INPUT
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
RGB 1 INPUT
RGB 2 INPUT
RS-232C
Pin jack
BNC
S terminal
BNC
15-pin mD-sub
BNC
9-pin D-sub
RGB 2
RGB 1
SYNC SW
SYNC SW
TTL/ANALOG (75Ω) TTL/ANALOG (75Ω)
RGB 2 INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
∗ When connecting separately purchased BNC terminals, conversion
connectors are required between the
pin jacks and the BNC terminals, so
purchase these also.
∗ Cables connecting the personal computer vary according to the type of
machine, so consult your product
dealer.
RS-232C
RGB 1 INPUT
VIDEO INPUT
COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(color difference
input)
S-VIDEO
INPUT
To audio
output
terminal
To video
output
terminal
To S-video
output
terminal
Connecting to AV equipment
Display
(to analog
RGB
output
terminal)
To component
video output
terminal
Display
(to analog RGB
output terminal)
To RS-232C
terminal
Connecting to PC
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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
POINTS ABOUT USAGE
• When installing the display, use the optional desktop stand, wall-mounting unit, or ceiling mounting unit. Have
the installation done by your product dealer.
• When installing the display, refer to the installation manuals for the options. Further, be sure that the display does
not lean to the side or backward.
• Place the power cord and connection cables in a corner of the wall or floor so that they do not get caught on
anything.
• For good heat dissipation, the Plasmavision requires at least the space shown in the figure below.
• The installation location must have an ambient temperature range of 0 °C – 40 °C.
See page 41 for optional parts.
When desktop stand used
Front view
Side view
Upper
5 cm
20 cm
15 cm
15 cm
Left
Right
Wall
5 cm
Floor
Floor
Desktop stand
When wall-mounting unit used (horizontally)
When ceiling-mounting
unit used
Front view
Side view
Side view
Ceiling
Upper
20 cm
Wall mounting unit
10 cm
10 cm
Left
Right
20 cm Ceiling
mounting unit
Wall
Wall
10 cm
Lower
8
5 cm
5 cm
Front view
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When wall-mounting unit used (vertically)
Side view
Upper
Wall mounting
(vertical usage)
15 cm
Wall
10 cm
10 cm
Left
Right
10 cm
Lower
Power lamp
5 cm
• When mounting the Plasmavision vertically, make sure that the power lamp is at the lower right.
Notes
• Do not display the same picture (pattern) continuously for a long time. Doing so raises the brightness of the picture and may
cause after-images.
• Looking at the picture continuously for a long time can tire the eyes. View the display from a reasonable distance (about three
times the length of the screen).
∗ If something is wrong with the Plasmavision internally, the built-in protection circuit will cut the power automatically. If so, the
power lamp will blink in red, indicating a malfunction.
• If the power lamp is blinking red, it is warning that something is wrong with the Plasmavision. There is a danger of fire or
electrical shock, so be certain to unplug the power cord and contact your product dealer. (See P44)
• The plasma display panel has been built using extremely precise and sophisticated technologies. More than 99.99% of its
pixels are effective. However, a minute number of pixels are missing or constantly lit.
• Do not install the Plasmavision where there will be interference between it and other AV equipment. (If interference from
electromagnetic waves causes jumbled images, noise or malfunctioning of the infrared remote control, change the installation
location.)
• When the display is installed vertically, only still images appears.
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PREVENTING EQUIPMENT FROM FALLING
To prevent accidents and to ensure safety during disasters such as earthquakes, take precautions to ensure
that the equipment cannot topple over.
ATTACHING TO WALL OR COLUMN
• Remove the display cover from both sides. Then, for both left and right sides, use screw A (10 mm) to attach
bracket A to the screw hole (highest of the five holes on the side).
• For both left and right sides, use screw B (20 mm) to attach bracket B to the wall. Then tie brackets A and B with
a strong rope so that the display panel does not topple over.
• This arrangement is stable when the rope is horizontal or pulled downward.
How to remove display cover
Push,
then pull
the cover
with the
fingers.
Strong rope (not supplied)
Screw B (20 mm)
Display cover
Screw A (10 mm)
Display cover
Bracket A
Bracket B
Display
ATTACHING TO DESKTOP STAND
• Fasten the screws supplied with the desktop stand into their holes at the rear of the desktop stand. (2 holes)
• For details, refer to P-42TT01 User‘s Manual for the desktop stand.
Two
places
Screw B (20 mm)
The screws are supplied with the desktop stand.
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NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
Bottom view
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Front view
MENU
1 Power lamp
•
•
•
•
Shows the power status, ON or OFF.
Lit (red)····Standby
Lit (green)····Power on
Blinking (red)····Internal abnormality. Be certain to
unplug the power cord.
2 Remote control receiver
• Receives the signals from the remote controller.
VOLUME
(ADJUST)
WIDE
(SET)
3 Operation panel
• POWER button: Switches the power on or off.
• MODE button: Selects the input mode.
• MENU button: For adjusting the video and audio to
your taste.
• VOLUME (ADJUST)
buttons: Normally used for adjusting the volume.
During adjustments, these buttons are
used for making adjustments from the
menu screen.
• WIDE (SET) button: Normally used for selecting the
desired wide screen.
During adjustments, this is the
(SET) button for setting the
menu screen.
4 Internal speakers
• Output the audio connected to the audio input terminals.
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NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
Rear view
RGB 2
SYNC SW
INPUT
TTL
VIDEO S-VIDEO CONPONENT-VIDEO SYNC SW
ANALOG R G B H
INPUT
INPUT INPUT
(75Ω)
TTL
ANALOG INPUT
RS232C
Y Pb/B-Y Pr/R-Y
(75Ω)
RGB 1
AUDIO
INPUT
R
L
V
5 Power switch
• When pressed, power lamp 1 lights red, and the
power can be turned on or off by the remote controller. When this switch is pressed again, the power is
cut and power lamp 1 goes off.
6 Power input terminal
• Firmly insert the accessory power cord as far as it will
go into the power input terminal.
• Firmly push the power cord plug as far as it will go
into the power socket. (100–240 VAC)
7 Video input terminal (VIDEO INPUT)
• Connects to the video output terminal of a video deck
or video disc player.
8 S video input terminal (S-VIDEO INPUT)
• Connects to the S video output terminal of a video
deck or video disc player.
9 Component video input terminal (COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT)
• Connects to the component video output terminal of
DVD and similar devices.
10 RGB 1 input terminal (RGB 1 INPUT)
• Connects to the computer monitor's (analog RGB)
output terminal.
Signals up to SVGA can be displayed.
Cables connecting the personal computer vary according to the type of machine, so consult your product dealer.
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11 RS-232C input terminal (RS-232C)
• Connects to the computer RS-232C output terminal.
12 Audio input terminals (AUDIO INPUT)
• Connects to the audio output terminal of a video deck
or similar device.
13 RGB 1 Sync switch (RGB 1 SYNC SW TTL/ANALOG
(75 Ω))
• For switching the RGB 1 terminals' 13-pin horizontal
sync and 14-pin vertical sync to terminate with 75 Ω.
When an analog synchronous signal is input at the
RGB 1 terminal, be sure that this switch is set to ANALOG (75 Ω). For connection to a personal computer,
be sure it is set to TTL.
14 RGB 2 input terminal (RGB 2 INPUT)
• Connects to the computer monitor's (analog RGB)
output terminal.
Signals from VGA to XGA can be displayed.
Cables connecting the personal computer vary according to the type of machine, so consult your product dealer.
15 RGB 2 Sync switch (RGB 2 SYNC SW TTL/ANALOG
(75 Ω))
• For switching the RGB 2 terminals' H terminal horizontal sync and V terminal vertical sync to terminate
with 75 Ω.
When an analog synchronous signal is input at the
RGB 2 terminal, be sure that this switch is set to ANALOG (75 Ω). For connection to a personal computer,
be sure it is set to TTL.
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A Remote controller
• POWER button P15
Switches the power on or off.
• MODE button P15
Selects the input mode.
• MENU button P20–39
For adjusting the picture and sound
to your taste
• WIDE button
P16–19
For selecting the desired wide
screen
• VOLUME buttons P15
For adjusting the volume
• SET button P20–39
For setting the menu items and adjustment items
• ADJUST button P20–39
For making adjustments from the
menu screen
• For the adjustment menu, see the pages below.
Handy functions (on-screen display, speaker, white balance, DPMS, language) ····························
P20–23
VIDEO mode adjustment menu ·······································································································
P24–31
RGB mode adjustment menu ··········································································································· P32–39
Points about usage
• Do not subject the remote controller to strong mechanical shocks. Doing so can cause malfunction.
• D o not get the remote controller wet or leave it in a hot location or near any heat source such as a heater. Doing so can cause
malfunction or deformation.
• Do not wipe the remote controller with volatile liquids such as benzine or paint thinner.
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NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
Handling the remote controller
Loading the batteries
1
Press on the cover and slide
in the direction of the arrow.
2
Load two AA batteries, taking
care that the + and – ends face
the correct direction.
3
Close the cover until it clicks.
Reception range of remote controller
Upper
20°
20°
Lower
30°
Left
30°
5m (Front)
Right
Points about usage
• Use the remote controller pointed in the direction of the remote control reception section, making sure there is no obstruction.
• The remote controller may not operate correctly in a room using high-frequency fluorescent lights. If this happens, move away
from those lights.
• After it has been used for a long time, the remote controller batteries go flat. When this happens, replace them with new ones.
• When replacing the batteries, make sure they are the same type as the originals.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
Switch on the main power switch.
Press the main POWER SWITCH at the rear. The power lamp lights (red).
Pressing this switch again switches off the power.
1
Press the POWER button.
The power lamp changes from red
to green.
VIDEO
Example: VIDEO mode
2
Select the video mode.
Select the video mode with the
MODE button.
RGB 1
Pressing the MODE button moves
the mode to the next item as below.
RGB 1
RGB 2
COMP. VIDEO
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
Example: When RGB 1
selected
Mode display
∗ Adjusting the volume
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
Use the VOLUME buttons to adjust the
volume .
+ button····Raises the volume.
– button····Lowers the volume.
∗ The current volume setting is memorized even when the power is
switched off.
Mode display
• COMP.VIDEO stands for component video mode.
• When the speaker setting (see p.21) is OFF, SPEAKER OFF will be displayed if the VOLUME button is pressed.
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PREPARATION
VIEWING WIDE SCREEN (VIDEO MODE)
SWITCHING THE WIDE SCREEN AUTOMATICALLY
1
Press the WIDE button.
The current viewing mode is displayed.
NORMAL
Example: NORMAL mode
2
With the WIDE button,
select AUTO mode.
Pressing the WIDE button moves
the mode to the next item as below.
NORMAL
ZOOM2
AUTO
WIDE1
ZOOM1
WIDE2
When AUTO is selected, the wide
screen is automatically selected
according to the contents of the
video.
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
When AUTO mode is selected
With certain software, the
Plasmavision may not operate correctly in AUTO mode. If so, use the
WIDE button to switch to the most
appropriate screen size.
Examples:
• Some game software will invoke the
zoom screen (where the top and
bottom of the screen are missing).
• For some 4:3 video software, in
scenes where the top and bottom
are extremely dark, the display may
switch to the zoom screen.
• For video software that switches to
the zoom screen automatically, the
display may take a few moments to
switch to the zoom screen for the
first dark scene.
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AUTO
Example: When AUTO is selected
∗ AUTO mode cannot be selected in COMPONENT VIDEO mode.
In AUTO mode, the contents of the video software are detected and the display
switches to the optimum wide screen as follows:
• WIDE 1
The appropriate wide screen for ordinary video (4:3) software
Ordinary video (4:3 video)
WIDE 1
Vertically wide video
WIDE 2
Horizontally wide video
ZOOM 1
• WIDE 2
Appropriate for 16:9 video compressed
to horizontally wide 4:3 video
• ZOOM 1
Appropriate for horizontally wide video
software; a normal picture appears
with the top, bottom, left, and right
enlarged.
• ZOOM 2
For horizontally wide video software
with subtitles, the display is automatically adjusted to compress the subtitle
section so that it is not cut out.
a coo coo flew over the one’s next
a coo coo flew over the one’s next
Horizontally wide video
ZOOM 2
with subtitles
Wide screen
NORMAL mode
1
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SETTING THE DESIRED WIDE SCREEN SIZE
Press the WIDE button.
The current viewing mode is displayed.
NORMAL
2
Use the WIDE button to select the desired screen size.
Pressing the WIDE button moves the mode to the next item as below.
NORMAL
AUTO
WIDE1
WIDE2
ZOOM1
ZOOM2
WIDE1
Select the wide screen size to suit the program.
Example: When WIDE 1 is selected
∗AUTO mode cannot be selected in COMPONENT VIDEO mode.
SCREENS ASPECT RATIO
The aspect ratios (horizontal to vertical size ratios) for broadcasts and
videos are as follows:
4
3
• VHF/UHF broadcasts
16
9
• Vistavision size software
1.85
1
• Vistavision size software
2.35
1
• Cinemavision size software
∗ Even when ZOOM 1 or ZOOM 2 is set for Vistavision size or Cinemavision size software that is predominantly
used for movie software, dark areas may remain at the top and bottom.
Points about usage
• The Plasmavision can be switched to a variety of screen modes. When the selected mode has a different picture aspect ratio
from the media to be viewed, the picture will appear different from the original. Keep this in mind when selecting the screen
mode.
• Note that use of a wide select function to change the screen size or aspect ratio during commercial use or for public viewing
in a coffee shop, hotel, or the like, may infringe on copyrights protected by the copyright law.
To respect the intent of the creators of the original video, use NORMAL mode.
• If the wide select function is used to display non-wide screen conventional (normal) 4:3 video software over the entire screen,
the picture will be deformed with part of the edge not visible.
• VIDEO mode is the generic term for VIDEO mode, S-VIDEO mode, and COMPONENT VIDEO mode.
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VIEWING WIDE SCREEN (RGB MODE)
SETTING THE DESIRED WIDE SCREEN SIZE
1
Press the WIDE button.
The current viewing mode is displayed.
NORMAL
Example: NORMAL
2
Use the WIDE button to
select the desired screen
size.
Pressing the WIDE button moves
the mode to the next item as below.
NORMAL
WIDE
WIDE
Example: When WIDE is selected
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
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WIDE SCREEN MODES (RGB MODE)
• When the screen is vertically wide
Vertically wide video
WIDE
Points about usage
• Note that use of a wide select function to change the screen size or aspect ratio during commercial use or for public viewing
in a coffee shop, hotel, or the like, may infringe on copyrights protected by the copyright law.
• To respect the intent of the creators of the original video, use NORMAL mode.
• The RGB mode means both RGB 1 and RGB 2 modes.
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HANDY FUNCTIONS
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY SETTING
1
Select COMMON SETTINGS from the VIDEO
MENU screen.
1) Press the MENU button.
VIDEO MENU
COMMON SETTINGS
2) With the ADJUST button,
select COMMON SETTINGS.
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
SOURCE
OTHERS
3) Set by pressing the SET
button.
COMMON SETTINGS can be
set in the same way from any
mode menu.
2
MENU QUIT
SELECT
SET
ENTER
Example: When COMMON SETTINGS is
selected
Select the adjustment
item.
With the SET button, select DISPLAY.
Pressing the SET button moves
the selection to the next item as
below.
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
DISPLAY
LANGUAGE
SPEAKER
WHITE
BALANCE
DISPLAY
ON/OFF
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
Example: When DISPLAY is selected
DPMS
∗ DPMS is not displayed in the
RGB 2 mode.
3
Set the desired setting.
Pressing the ADJUST button
moves the selection to the next
item as below.
ON···· The mode is displayed on
the screen for a few seconds when the power is
first switched on and when
the mode is switched.
DISPLAY
ON/OFF
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
Example: When ON is selected
OFF···The mode is not displayed.
∗ To complete adjustments
Press the MENU button to return to the VIDEO MENU.
Pressing the MENU button returns the display to the previous screen and closes
the adjustment screen.
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INTERNAL SPEAKER SETTING
Select COMMON SETTINGS from the VIDEO MENU screen.
1) Press the MENU button.
VIDEO MENU
COMMON SETTINGS
2) With the ADJUST button, select COMMON SETTINGS.
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
SOURCE
OTHERS
3) Set by pressing the SET button.
MENU QUIT
SELECT
COMMON SETTINGS can be set in the same way from any mode menu.
SET
ENTER
Example: When COMMON SETTINGS is
selected
2
Select the adjustment item.
With the SET button, select SPEAKER.
Pressing the SET button moves the selection to the next item as below.
DISPLAY
SPEAKER
LANGUAGE
SPEAKER
WHITE
BALANCE
ON
MENU RETURN
SELECT
DPMS
∗ DPMS is not displayed in the RGB 2 mode.
3
SET
NEXT
Example: When SPEAKER is selected
Set the internal speakers.
Select with the ADJUST button.
Pressing the ADJUST button moves the selection to the next item as below.
SPEAKER
ON
OFF
RGB 1
RGB 2
VIDEO
ON
S-VIDEO
MENU RETURN
SELECT
COMP. VIDEO
SET
NEXT
Example: When ON is selected
∗ To complete adjustments
Press the MENU button to return to the VIDEO MENU.
Pressing the MENU button returns the display to the previous screen and closes
the adjustment screen.
Adjustment items
• Pressing the SET button moves the selection to the next item.
ON: When using the internal speakers regardless of mode
RGB 1: When using the internal speakers in RGB 1 mode only
RGB 2: When using the internal speakers in RGB 2 mode only
VIDEO: When using the internal speakers in VIDEO mode only
S-VIDEO: When using the internal speakers in S-VIDEO mode only
COMP.VIDEO: When using the internal speakers in COMPONENT VIDEO mode only
OFF: When not using the internal speakers
If there is no operation for 60 seconds, the screen display goes off.
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HANDY FUNCTIONS
WHITE BALANCE SETTING
1
Select COMMON
SETTINGS from the
VIDEO MENU screen.
1) Press the MENU button.
VIDEO MENU
COMMON SETTINGS
2) With the ADJUST button, select COMMON SETTINGS.
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
SOURCE
OTHERS
3) Set by pressing the SET
button.
COMMON SETTINGS can be
set in the same way from any
mode menu.
2
MENU QUIT
SELECT
SET
ENTER
Example: When COMMON SETTINGS is
selected
Select the adjustment
item.
With the SET button, select
WHITE BALANCE.
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
Pressing the SET button moves
the selection to the next item as
below.
DISPLAY
LANGUAGE
SPEAKER
WHITE
BALANCE
WHITE BALANCE
0
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
Example: When WHITE BALANCE is selected
DPMS
∗ DPMS is not displayed in the
RGB 2 mode.
3
Adjust to the desired
white balance.
With the ADJUST button, select
the desired WHITE BALANCE.
Select the tint with the ADJUST
button.
WHITE BALANCE
0
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
Example: When 0 is selected
Pressing the ADJUST button
moves the selection to the next
item as below.
0
1
3
2
∗ To complete adjustments
Press the MENU button to return to the VIDEO MENU.
Pressing the MENU button returns the display to the previous screen and closes
the adjustment screen.
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DPMS AND DISPLAY LANGUAGE SETTING
DPMS SETTING
The time until the power conservation function operates can
be set.
Select with the ADJUST button.
Pressing the ADJUST button moves the selection to the next item as below.
OFF
1MIN
5MIN
4MIN
2MIN
DPMS
3MIN
MENU RETURN
SELECT
∗ DPMS does not function in the RGB 2 mode.
OFF
SET
NEXT
Example: When OFF is selected
LANGUAGE (DISPLAY LANGUAGE) SETTING
The language for the display can be set.
Select with the ADJUST button.
Pressing the ADJUST button moves the selection to the next item as below.
ENGLISH-A
ENGLISH-B
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH-A
FRANÇAIS
DEUTSCH
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
Example: When ENGLISH-A is selected
Note: The setting title and guidance display also change.
Setting titles
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
LANGUE
SPRACHE
Adjustment items
• An adjustment item is selected each time the SET button is pressed.
DPMS
DPMS stands for Display Power Management Signaling. It is a function that automatically reduces the amount of power
consumed by the monitor.
When the power is on, if no signal is input within the set time, the power management function is triggered, the monitor screen
is automatically switched off, and the monitor goes on standby.
This signal wait time can be set from 1 to 5 minutes in units of one minute. Also, the power management function can be
switched off. (The factory setting is OFF.)
* DPMS does not function in the RGB 2 mode.
This display has a five-language on screen menu.
ENGLISH-A --------------ENGLISH-B --------------DEUTSCH ----------------FRANÇAIS ----------------
American English
British English
German
French
If there is no operation for 60 seconds, the screen display goes off.
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VIDEO ADJUSTMENTS (VIDEO MODE)
EXAMPLE: ADJUSTING THE BRIGHTNESS
1
Select PICTURE from the
VIDEO MENU screen.
1) Press the MENU button.
VIDEO MENU
COMMON SETTINGS
2) With the ADJUST button, select PICTURE.
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
SOURCE
OTHERS
3) Set by pressing the SET
button.
MENU QUIT
SELECT
SET
ENTER
Example: When PICTURE is selected
2
Select the adjustment
item.
With the SET button, select
BRIGHTNESS.
Pressing the SET button moves
the selection to the next item as
below.
BRIGHTNESS
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
SHARPNESS
3
CONTRAST
TINT
BRIGHTNESS
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
Example: When BRIGHTNESS is selected
COLOR
Adjust to the desired picture.
button····Makes the picture
brighter.
button····Makes the picture
darker.
∗ To adjust multiple items, repeat
Steps 2 and 3.
BRIGHTNESS
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
Example: When the
NEXT
button is pressed
∗ To complete adjustments
Press the MENU button to return to the VIDEO MENU.
Pressing the MENU button returns the display to the previous screen and closes
the adjustment screen.
∗ The adjustments are saved for each video mode (VIDEO mode, S-VIDEO
mode, and COMPONENT VIDEO mode).
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VIDEO ADJUSTMENT ITEMS
BRIGHTNESS
Screen brightness can be adjusted.
button: Makes the picture brighter.
button: Makes the picture darker.
BRIGHTNESS
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
SET
NEXT
SET
NEXT
SET
NEXT
SET
NEXT
CONTRAST
Screen contrast (difference between dark and light) can be adjusted.
button: Makes the contrast stronger.
button: Makes the contrast weaker.
CONTRAST
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
COLOR (color saturation)
Color saturation can be adjusted.
button: Makes the color more saturated.
button: Makes the color less saturated.
COLOR
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
TINT
Color tint can be adjusted.
button: Makes the tint greener.
TINT
button: Makes the tint more purple.
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SHARPNESS
Picture sharpness can be adjusted.
button: Makes a sharper picture.
SHARPNESS
button: Makes a softer picture.
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
Adjustment items
• Pressing the SET button moves selection to the next item.
• VIDEO mode is the generic term for VIDEO mode, S-VIDEO mode, and COMPONENT VIDEO mode.
• The adjustments are saved for each video mode.
• TINT functions only in NTSC mode.
If there is no operation for 60 seconds, the screen display goes off.
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SCREEN ADJUSTMENT (VIDEO MODE)
EXAMPLE: ADJUSTING THE SCREEN VERTICAL
POSITION
1
Select POSITION/SIZE
from the VIDEO MENU
screen.
1) Press the MENU button.
2) With the ADJUST button,
select POSITION/SIZE.
3) Set by pressing the SET
button.
2
VIDEO MENU
COMMON SETTINGS
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
SOURCE
OTHERS
MENU QUIT
SELECT
SET
ENTER
Example: When POSITION/SIZE is
selected
Select the adjustment
item.
With the SET button, select VERTICAL POSITION.
Pressing the SET button moves
the selection to the next item as
below.
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
VERTICAL
POSITION
HEIGHT
HORIZONTAL
WIDTH
HORIZONTAL
POSITION
3
VERTICAL POSITION
0
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
Example: When VERTICAL POSITION is
selected
Adjust with the ADJUST
button.
button····Moves the screen up.
button····Moves the screen
down.
VERTICAL POSITION
2
For the adjustment range, see the
opposite page.
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
To adjust multiple items, repeat
steps 2 and 3.
Example: When the
SET
NEXT
button is pressed
∗ To complete adjustments
Press the MENU button to return to the VIDEO MENU.
Pressing the MENU button returns the display to the previous screen and closes
the adjustment screen.
∗ The adjustments are saved for each video mode (VIDEO mode, S-VIDEO
mode, and COMPONENT VIDEO mode).
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ADJUSTMENT ITEM LIST (ADJUSTMENT CRITERIA)
VERTICAL POSITION
VERTICAL POSITION
0
When too low····Adjust with the
button.
When too high····Adjust with the
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
SET
NEXT
button.
HEIGHT
HEIGHT
0
When too small····Adjust with the
button.
When too large····Adjust with the
button.
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
HORIZONTAL POSITION
HORIZONTAL POSITION
0
When too far left:····Adjust with the
When too far right:····Adjust with the
button.
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
button.
HORIZONTAL WIDTH
HORIZONTAL WIDTH
0
When too small····Adjust with the
button.
When too large····Adjust with the
button.
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
Adjustment items
• Pressing the SET button moves selection to the next item.
VERTICAL POSITION
• For VIDEO and S-VIDEO modes: ZOOM: –15 through +15 Other: –7 through +7
COMPONENT VIDEO mode: –90 through +90
HEIGHT
• For VIDEO and S-VIDEO modes: –7 through +7 COMPONENT VIDEO mode: –70 through +70
HORIZONTAL POSITION
• For VIDEO and S-VIDEO modes: –31 through +31 COMPONENT VIDEO mode: –90 through +90
HORIZONTAL WIDTH
• For all modes: –7 through +7
• VIDEO mode is the generic term for VIDEO mode, S-VIDEO mode, and COMPONENT VIDEO mode.
• The adjustments are saved for each video mode.
If there is no operation for 60 seconds, the screen display goes off.
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INPUT SOURCE ADJUSTMENTS (VIDEO MODE)
EXAMPLE: SETTING COMPONENT VIDEO
Setting must be done when connecting a color difference signal to the
COMPONENT VIDEO terminal.
1
Select SOURCE from the
VIDEO MENU screen.
1) In COMPONENT VIDEO
mode, press the MENU button.
2) With the ADJUST button, select SOURCE.
3) Set by pressing the SET
button.
VIDEO MENU
COMMON SETTINGS
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
SOURCE
OTHERS
MENU QUIT
SELECT
SET
ENTER
Example: When SOURCE is selected
∗ This setting can be done in
COMPONENT VIDEO mode
only.
2
Select the adjustment
item.
With the SET button, select COMPONENT VIDEO.
Pressing the SET button moves
the selection to the next item as
below.
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
COMPONENT VIDEO
CLAMP PULSE
∗ COMPONENT VIDEO and
CLAMP PULSE are set for
COMPONENT VIDEO mode.
VIDEO SYSTEM can be set for
VIDEO mode and S-VIDEO
mode.
3
COMPONENT VIDEO
MODE 1/MODE 2
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
Example: When COMPONENT VIDEO is
selected
Set the connected equipment.
Select with the ADJUST button.
MODE 1: Use this mode for normal usage such as DVD,
BETACAM or other standard
component video signals.
MODE 2: Use this mode only for
MUSE signal (Hi-Vision – Japanese high definition video signal).
COMPONENT VIDEO
MODE 1/MODE 2
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
Example: When MODE 1 is selected
∗ To complete adjustments
Press the MENU button to return to the VIDEO MENU.
Pressing the MENU button returns the display to the previous screen and closes
the adjustment screen.
∗ COMPONENT VIDEO and CLAMP PULSE can be set in COMPONENT
VIDEO mode only. VIDEO SYSTEM can be set in VIDEO mode and S-VIDEO
mode only.
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SETTING VIDEO SYSTEM AND CLAMP PULSE
VIDEO SYSTEM
VIDEO SYSTEM can be set when the signal is connected to the VIDEO or
S-VIDEO input terminal.
Set by adjusting to the connected signal.
In VIDEO or S-VIDEO mode, press the MENU button to select SOURCE.
VIDEO SYSTEM
AUTO
MENU RETURN
SELECT
Select with the ADJUST button.
Pressing the ADJUST button moves the selection to the next item as below.
AUTO
4.43NTSC
NTSC
PAL
M-PAL
SECAM
N-PAL
∗ When N-PAL and M-PAL signals are input, signals cannot be received
successfully in AUTO mode. Select either N-PAL or M-PAL.
∗ This setting can be done in VIDEO mode and S-VIDEO mode only. The
VIDEO SYSTEM setting is saved for VIDEO mode and S-VIDEO mode.
CLAMP PULSE
When connecting a color difference signal to the COMPONENT VIDEO
input terminal, CLAMP PULSE must be set.
This setting switches the phase of the clamp pulse.
The ADJUST button can be adjusted in the range from 0 through 4.
Select so that optimum picture is attained.
CLAMP PULSE
0
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
∗ This setting can be done in COMPONENT VIDEO mode only.
Adjustment items
• Pressing the SET button moves selection to the next item.
• Set CLAMP PULSE as follows, depending on the connected device signal.
1 : MUSE signal (Hi-Vision – Japanese high definition video signal)
4: NTSC, PAL, SECAM
When connecting the other devices than the ones described above, adjust the clamp pulse so that the optimum image is
obtained.
If there is no operation for 60 seconds, the screen display goes off.
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OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (VIDEO MODE)
EXAMPLE: MAKING THE GAMMA SETTING
1
Select OTHERS from the
VIDEO MENU screen.
1) Press the MENU button.
VIDEO MENU
COMMON SETTINGS
2) With the ADJUST button, select OTHERS.
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
SOURCE
OTHERS
3) Press the SET button to fix the
OTHERS setting.
MENU QUIT
SELECT
SET
ENTER
Example: When OTHERS is selected
2
Select the adjustment
item.
With the SET button, select
GAMMA.
Pressing the SET button moves
the selection to the next item as
below.
GAMMA
GAMMA
MOTION/STILL
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
GRADATION
Example: When GAMMA is selected
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
3
Select the desired picture.
Select with the ADJUST button.
MOTION
Carries out automatic correction
so that the video is optimum for
viewing moving images.
STILL
Carries out automatic correction
so that the video is optimum for
viewing still images.
GAMMA
MOTION/STILL
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
Example: When MOTION is selected
∗ To complete adjustments
Press the MENU button to return to VIDEO MENU.
Pressing the MENU button returns the display to the previous screen and closes
the adjustment screen.
∗ The adjustments are saved for each video mode (VIDEO mode, S-VIDEO
mode, and COMPONENT VIDEO mode).
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OTHER ADJUSTMENT ITEMS
GRADATION
Gradation display can be selected to suit still or moving images.
MODE1···· Carries out automatic correction so that the video is optimum
for viewing moving images.
MODE2···· Carries out automatic correction so that the video is optimum
for viewing still images.
GRADATION
MODE 1/MODE 2
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
Adjustment items
• Pressing the SET button moves selection to the next item.
• VIDEO mode is the generic term for VIDEO mode, S-VIDEO mode, and COMPONENT VIDEO mode.
• The adjustments are saved for each video mode.
If there is no operation for 60 seconds, the screen display goes off.
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VIDEO ADJUSTMENTS (RGB MODE)
EXAMPLE: ADJUSTING THE CONTRAST
1
Select PICTURE from the
RGB MENU screen.
1) Press the MENU button.
2) With the ADJUST button, select PICTURE.
3) Set by pressing the SET
button.
RGB MENU
COMMON SETTINGS
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
SOURCE
OTHERS
MENU QUIT
SELECT
SET
ENTER
Example: When PICTURE is selected
2
Select the adjustment
item.
With the SET button, select CONTRAST.
Pressing the SET button moves
the selection to the next item as
below.
BRIGHTNESS
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
3
CONTRAST
CONTRAST
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
Example: When CONTRAST is selected
Adjust to the desired picture.
button····Makes the contrast
stronger.
button····Makes the contrast
weaker.
To adjust another item, repeat
steps 2 and 3.
CONTRAST
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
Example: When the
NEXT
button is pressed
∗ To complete adjustments
Press the MENU button to return to the RGB MENU.
Pressing the MENU button returns the display to the previous screen and closes
the adjustment screen.
∗ Adjustment settings for the RGB 1 and RGB 2 modes are stored separately
for each mode.
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VIDEO ADJUSTMENT ITEMS
BRIGHTNESS
Screen brightness can be adjusted.
button: Makes the picture brighter.
button: Makes the picture darker.
BRIGHTNESS
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
SET
NEXT
CONTRAST
Screen contrast (difference between dark and light) can be adjusted.
button: Makes the contrast stronger.
button: Makes the contrast weaker.
CONTRAST
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
Adjustment items
• Pressing the SET button moves the selection to the next item.
• The RGB mode means both RGB 1 and RGB 2 modes.
If there is no operation for 60 seconds, the screen display goes off.
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SCREEN ADJUSTMENT (RGB MODE)
EXAMPLE: ADJUSTING THE HEIGHT OF
THE SCREEN
1
Select POSITION/SIZE
from the RGB MENU
screen.
1) Press the MENU button.
2) With the ADJUST button,
select POSITION/SIZE.
3) Set by pressing the SET
button.
2
RGB MENU
COMMON SETTINGS
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
SOURCE
OTHERS
MENU QUIT
SELECT
SET
ENTER
Example: When POSITION/SIZE is
selected
Select the adjustment
item.
With the SET button, select
HEIGHT.
Pressing the SET button moves
the selection to the next item as
below.
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
VERTICAL
POSITION
VERTICAL
LINE
3
HORIZONTAL
WIDTH
HEIGHT
0
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
HEIGHT
Example: When HEIGHT is selected
HORIZONTAL
POSITION
Adjust with the ADJUST
button.
button····Enlarges the screen.
button····Reduces the screen.
The adjustment range is from
–150 through +150.
To adjust multiple items, repeat
steps 2 and 3.
HEIGHT
–20
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
Example: When the
NEXT
button is pressed
∗ To complete adjustments
Press the MENU button to return to the RGB MENU.
Pressing the MENU button returns the display to the previous screen and closes
the adjustment screen.
∗ Adjustment settings for the RGB 1 and RGB 2 modes are stored separately
for each mode.
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ADJUSTMENT ITEM LIST (ADJUSTMENT CRITERIA)
VERTICAL POSITION
VERTICAL POSITION
0
When too low····Adjust with the button.
When too high····Adjust with the button.
The adjustment range is from –250 through +250.
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
SET
NEXT
HEIGHT
HEIGHT
When too small····Adjust with the button.
When too large····Adjust with the button.
The adjustment range is from –150 through +150.
0
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
HORIZONTAL POSITION
HORIZONTAL POSITION
0
When too far left····Adjust with the button.
When too far right····Adjust with the button.
The adjustment range is from –250 through +250.
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
HORIZONTAL WIDTH
When too small····Adjust with the button.
When too large····Adjust with the button.
The adjustment range is from –150 through +150.
HORIZONTAL WIDTH
0
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
VERTICAL LINE
The number of vertical lines on the screen can be set.
With the ADJUST button, select the number of vertical lines.
Pressing the ADJUST button moves the selection to the next item as below.
480LINES
400LINES
VERTICAL LINE
480 LINES
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
350LINES
Adjustment items
• Pressing the SET button moves selection to the next item.
• After adjustment, the screen may be jumbled. If so, return the setting to the original adjustment value.
• The RGB mode means both RGB 1 and RGB 2 modes.
If there is no operation for 60 seconds, the screen display goes off.
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INPUT SOURCE ADJUSTMENTS (RGB MODE)
The Macintosh mode and the clamp pulse mode can be set for the input source, and the input signal can be
confirmed.
EXAMPLE: SETTING MACINTOSH MODE
The Apple Macintosh has two dot clocks. If the display is partly cut or the video
and the dot clock do not match, set the dot clock as follows:
1
Select SOURCE from the
RGB MENU screen.
1) Press the MENU button.
RGB MENU
COMMON SETTINGS
2) With the ADJUST button, select SOURCE.
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
SOURCE
OTHERS
3) Set by pressing the SET
button.
MENU QUIT
SELECT
SET
ENTER
Example: When SOURCE is selected
2
Select the adjustment
item.
With the SET button, select MAC
MODE.
Pressing the SET button moves
the selection to the next item as
below.
MAC MODE
MODE 1/MODE 2
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
CLAMP PULSE
SIGNAL INFORMATION
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
MAC MODE
Example: When MAC MODE is
selected
∗ The MAC MODE can be set
only in the RGB 1 mode.
3
Select the appropriate
mode for the dot clock.
Select with the ADJUST button.
Pressing the ADJUST button
moves the selection to the next
item as below.
MAC MODE
MODE 1
MENU RETURN
SELECT
MODE 2
fH
MODE 1····35 kHz
fV
MODE 1/MODE 2
SET
NEXT
Example: When MODE1 is selected
66.67 Hz
MODE 2····34.975 kHz 66.61 Hz
To adjust multiple items, repeat
steps 2 and 3.
∗ To complete adjustments
Press the MENU button to return to the RGB MENU.
Pressing the MENU button returns the display to the previous screen and closes
the adjustment screen.
∗ Adjustment settings for the RGB 1 and RGB 2 modes are stored separately
for each mode.
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OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND CHECK ITEMS
CLAMP PULSE
CLAMP PULSE must be set when the signal is connected to the RGB
input terminal.
This setting switches the phase of the clamp pulse.
CLAMP PULSE
0
The ADJUST button can be adjusted in the range from 0 through 4.
Select so that optimum picture is attained.
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SET
NEXT
SIGNAL INFORMATION
The sync signal information input from the RGB input terminal can be
checked.
MODE: Fixed mode No. (Mode Nos. are set out on page 40.)
TYPE: COMPOSITE, SEPARATE or SYNC ON GREEN.
SIGNAL INFORMATION
MODE: 6
TYPE: SEPARATE
MENU RETURN
SET
NEXT
∗ For details, see “Personal Computers that Can Be Connected” on page
40.
∗ When no signal is detected, NO SIGNAL is displayed.
Adjustment items
• Pressing the SET button moves selection to the next item.
• Set CLAMP PULSE as follows, depending on the connected device signal.
0 : Normal
1 : MUSE signal (Hi-Vision – Japanese high definition video signal)
2 : Other
3 : MAC
4 : NTSC, PAL, SECAM
Points about usage
Depending on the type of device inputting the signal, SYNC ON GREEN and other sync signals may be input simultaneously.
This can cause the background of the screen to be too bright or too green. If this occurs, set the clamp pulse to 3.
• The RGB mode means both RGB 1 and RGB 2 modes.
If there is no operation for 60 seconds, the screen display goes off.
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OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (RGB MODE)
EXAMPLE: SETTING THE GRADATION
1
Select OTHERS from the
RGB MENU screen.
1) Press the MENU button.
2) With the ADJUST button,
select OTHERS.
3) Set by pressing the SET
button.
RGB MENU
COMMON SETTINGS
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
SOURCE
OTHERS
MENU QUIT
SELECT
SET
ENTER
Example: When OTHERS is selected
2
Select the adjustment
item.
With the SET button, select GRADATION.
Pressing the SET button moves
the selection to the next item as
below.
GAMMA
GRADATION
SYNC PHASE
CLOCK PHASE 2
DOT CLOCK
GRADATION
MODE 1/MODE 2
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
Example: When GRADATION is selected
CLOCK PHASE 1
∗ The CLOCK PHASE 2 can be
adjusted only in the RGB 2
mode.
∗ This operation can also be done
using the buttons on the Display’s
operation panel.
3
Adjust to the desired
picture.
Select with the ADJUST button.
MODE1: Carries out automatic
correction so that the
video is optimum for
viewing moving images.
MODE2: Carries out automatic
correction so that the
video is optimum for
viewing still images.
GRADATION
MODE 1/MODE 2
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
Example: When the MODE 2 is selected
∗ To adjust multiple items, repeat
steps 2 and 3.
∗ To complete adjustments
Press the MENU button to return to the RGB MENU.
Pressing the MENU button returns the display to the previous screen and closes
the adjustment screen.
∗ Adjustment settings for the RGB 1 and RGB 2 modes are stored separately
for each mode.
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OTHER ADJUSTMENT ITEMS (ADJUSTMENT CRITERIA)
GAMMA
Dynamic GAMMA correction can be set.
MOTION: Set for viewing moving images.
GAMMA
MOTION/STILL
STILL:
Set for viewing still images.
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
GRADATION
Gradation can be set.
MODE 1: Set for viewing moving images.
MODE 2: Set for viewing still images.
GRADATION
MODE 1/MODE 2
MENU RETURN
SELECT
SET
NEXT
SET
NEXT
SET
NEXT
SET
NEXT
SET
NEXT
DOT CLOCK
Depending on the clock frequency of the personal computer, the screen
may become blurred. If so, adjust.
DOT CLOCK
The ADJUST button can be adjusted in the range from –300 through +300.
0
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
CLOCK PHASE 1
Depending on the clock phase of the personal computer, the screen may
become blurred. If so, adjust.
The ADJUST button can be adjusted in the range from 0 through 15.
CLOCK PHASE 2
CLOCK PHASE 1
0
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
Depending on the clock phase of the personal computer, the screen may
become blurred. If so, adjust.
The ADJUST button can be adjusted in the range from 0 through 15.
This adjustment can be done only in the RGB 2 mode.
To adjust the CLOCK PHASE in the RGB 2 mode, be sure to adjust the
CLOCK PHASE 2 first.
CLOCK PHASE 2
0
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
SYNC PHASE
SYNC PHASE
The screen may tremble vertically. If so, use the ADJUST button to adjust
the screen within the range of –2 and +1.
0
MENU RETURN
ADJUST
Adjustment items
• Pressing the SET button moves selection to the next item.
• When GRADATION is automatically recognized in SVGA mode and RGB 1 mode, it cannot be set.
• Adjust DOT CLOCK and CLOCK PHASE after invoking normal mode with the WIDE button.
• When SVGA, XGA mode has been automatically recognized, the screen may be jumbled depending on what equipment is
connected. If so, adjust DOT CLOCK.
• The RGB mode means both RGB 1 and RGB 2 modes.
If there is no operation for 60 seconds, the screen display goes off.
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PERSONAL COMPUTERS THAT CAN BE CONNECTED
The Plasmavision is set at the factory with adjustment values for 11 types for the RGB 1 mode and 8 types for the RGB
2 mode of signals. (See the table below.) When any of these signals is input, it is automatically discriminated. For these
signals, the desired screen can be adjusted according to the instructions on adjusting the screen.
The Plasmavision can also store settings for those set at the factory, as shown in the table below. Input the signals
whose settings are to be stored into memory and adjust for the desired screen following the instructions on adjusting the
screen. Release the adjustment button to automatically store the level into memory. After adjustment, when the same
signals are input, they are displayed with the setting levels last stored into memory.
Factory-set signals
RGB
MODE
RGB 1
Mode
number
Display
(dots × lines)
Horizontal
frequency (kHz)
Vertical frequency
(Hz)
1
852 × 480
31.72
59.97
Note1 When dedicated
graphics board used
2
640 × 480
31.47
59.94
VGA
3
640 × 480
37.86
72.81
VGA 72 Hz
4
640 × 480
37.50
75.00
VGA 75 Hz
5
720 × 400
31.47
70.09
VGA 400 lines
640 × 480
34.97
66.61
MAC 13RGB (1)
640 × 480
35.00
66.67
MAC 13RGB (2)
7
640 × 400
24.83
56.42
PC98 24kHz
8
640 × 400
31.50
70.15
PC98 31kHz
9
800 × 600
35.16
56.25
SVGA 56 Hz Note2
10
640 × 480
15.73
59.94
60 fields
11
640 × 480
15.63
50.00
50 fields
15.63 to 60.00
50.00 to 75.00
6
12 to 16
RGB 2
Supported signal
User settings
1
852 × 480
31.72
59.97
Note1 When dedicated
graphics board used
2
640 × 480
31.47
59.94
VGA
3
640 × 480
37.86
72.81
VGA 72 Hz
4
800 × 600
35.16
56.25
S-VGA 56 Hz Note2
5
800 × 600
37.88
60.32
S-VGA 60 Hz Note2
6
800 × 600
48.08
72.19
S-VGA 72 Hz Note2
7
1024 × 768
48.36
60.00
XGA 60 Hz
Note2
8
1024 × 768
56.48
70.08
XGA 70 Hz
Note2
31.00 to 100.0
50.00 to 120.0
User setting
Note3
9 to 16
Note 1: The dedicated graphics board is an optional product.
2: The 800 x 600 mode and the 1024 x 768 mode are compressed display through compression interpolation. Also, the
screen display is also compressed for display.
3: Images on the screen may be blurred or not be displayed due to the settings of personal computer. Adjust or change the
resolution (frequency) of the personal computer.
Points about usage
The company names and product names in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
The mode numbers indicate the SIGNAL INFORMATION modes set for the RGB 1 mode, RGB 2 mode and input source.
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• Wall-mounting unit (horizontal)
For 0°
installation angle
P-42WB01-B
For 5°
installation angle
P-42WB02-B
For 10°
installation angle
P-42WB03-B
For 15°
installation angle
P-42WB04-B
For 0 – 10° installation angle
P-42WB05-B
• Wall-mounting unit (vertical)
For 0°
P-42WB50-B
• Ceiling-mounting unit
Installation angle variable
P-42CT01-B
0 – 15°
The pipe is not supplied with the ceiling-hanging unit,
installation angle
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OPTIONAL PRODUCTS
so consult your product dealer.
• Desktop stand
• Graphics board
P-42TT01-H
When a graphics board is used
with a DOS/V personal computer,
an 852 dot x 480 line wide screen
can be displayed.
P-42GA04
∗ When installing an optional product, follow the directions in the optional product user's or installation manual.
The colors of the Plasmavision and optional products are slightly different.
WARNING
• Request your product dealer to mount and install these products.
If you do the mounting or moving work yourself, the equipment may fall or topple over, resulting in injuries,
fire, or electrocution.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model name
PDS4207W-H/PDS4207E-H
Screen size
42 inches---92.0 cm (W) x 51.8 cm (H) x 105.6 cm (width across corners)
Aspect ratio
16:9
Weight
38.5 kg
External dimensions
103.5 (W) × 64.0 (H) × 15.0 (D) cm
Power supply
100–240VAC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
3.7 A
Screen dimensions
92.0 (W) x 51.8 (H) cm
Display pixel count
852 (horizontal) x 480 (vertical)
Display modes
• For video, S-video input: NORMAL, AUTO, WIDE 1, WIDE 2,
ZOOM 1, ZOOM 2
• For component video input: NORMAL, WIDE 1, WIDE 2, ZOOM 1, ZOOM 2
• For RGB 1, RGB 2 input: NORMAL, WIDE
Display color count
16.77 million (256 each for red, green and blue)
Audio output
2 W + 2 W (EIAJ)
Speakers
Two internal
External connection terminals
1Vp-p/75 Ω
Y: 1Vp-p/75 Ω
C: 0.286Vp-p/75 Ω
• Component video input Three BNC terminals Y: 1Vp-p/75 Ω
Pb/B-Y: 0.7Vp-p/75 Ω
Pr/R-Y: 0.7Vp-p/75 Ω
Video
• Video input
• S video input
Compatible format
• NTSC, PAL, SECAM, N-PAL, M-PAL, 4.43NTSC
PC
• RGB 1 input
• RGB 2 input
One BNC terminal
One S terminal
One 15-pin 3-row mD-sub terminal
Video signal: 0.7Vp-p/75 Ω
SYNC signal: TTL level or 0.3Vp-p/75 Ω
Five BNC terminals R:0.7Vp-p/75 Ω
G:0.7Vp-p/75 Ω
B: 0.7Vp-p/75 Ω
H:TTL level or 0.3Vp-p/75 Ω
V: TTL level or 0.3Vp-p/75 Ω
Audio
• Audio input
One system with two pin plug terminals
(L/R) 500 mVrms/22 kΩ min.
Control
• RS-232C
One D-sub 9-pin terminal
Operating conditions
Temperature: 0 to 40°C Humidity: 20 to 90 %
Accessories
Two cable clampers, power cord (PDS4207W-H × 3, PDS4207E-H × 1),
one remote controller (P-42RM01-B), two AA batteries, one user’s manual,
two brackets (two types), two screws (two types)
• Specifications and external appearance may be changed for the sake of improvement.
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RGB 1 input terminal (Display is RGB 1 INPUT.)
Connects to a personal computer RGB output terminal.
5
4 3 2 1
10 9 8 7 6
15 14 13 12 11
∗ The sync switch (TTL/ANALOG
switch) is on the rear of the 13-pin horizontal sync and 14-pin vertical sync
terminals.
Pin No.
Input signal
Pin No.
1
Red
9
2
Green
10
3
Blue
11
4
Input signal
Ground
12
5
Ground
13
Hor. sync
6
Ground
14
Vert. sync
7
Ground
15
8
Ground
Outer side
Ground
RS-232C input terminal (Display is RS-232C.)
Connects to a personal computer RS-232C terminal.
Pin No.
Pin No.
1
5
6
9
No. Signal
1
DCD (Data Carrier Detect)
2
RD (Receive Data)
3
TD (Transmit Data)
4
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
5
GND (Ground)
6
DSR (Data Set Ready)
7
RTS (Request To Send)
8
CTS (Clear To Send)
9
RI (Ring Indication)
Regulation····PDS4207W-H/PDS4207E-H
• UL, CSA ······ Safety:
EMC:
• CE ··············· Safety:
EMC:
UL1950/CSA C22.2 No.950/FCC Class
FCC Part 15 Class A
EN60950 1992/A1: 1993/A2: 1993/A3: 1995
EN55022
1994, Class A
EN61000-3-2
1995
EN61000-3-3
1995
EN50082-2
1995
EN61000-4-2
1995
EN61000-4-4
1995
EN61000-4-8
1993
ENV50140
1993
ENV50141
1993
ENV50204
1995
• AS ··············· Safety: IEC950 A1/A2/A3/A4
EMC: AS/NZS 3548
Points about shipping
The Plasmavision is a precision instrument, and requires dedicated packing materials for shipping.
∗ Use Fujitsu's packing materials only.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
BEFORE CLEANING
Always unplug the power cord from the
socket.
Cleaning the cabinet and remote controller
Do not use benzene, paint thinner, or other solvents. They
can cause deterioration or paint peeling on the cabinet,
the screen front filter, or the remote controller.
Wipe gently with a soft cloth.
For stubborn grime, soak the soft cloth in neutral cleaning
agent diluted with water, wring it out well, and wipe clean.
Then, finish with a dry, soft cloth.
Cleaning the screen
Wipe gently with a soft cloth.
The surface of the screen is easily scratched, so do not
strike it or rub it with anything hard.
BEFORE REQUESTING REPAIR
If you think a malfunction may have occurred, check the following items.
When this happens
Check
• The power does not come on.
• Is the power cord disconnected?
• The picture does not appear.
• Is a cable to other equipment disconnected?
• The remote controller does not work.
•
•
•
•
• There is a creaking sound.
• This sound is generated by the expansion and contraction of
the cabinet owing to change in the room temperature.
• There is a humming sound.
• The Plasmavision has heat radiation fins to prevent its internal
temperature from rising too high during operation. The sound
you hear is the fan rotating.
• There are dots on the screen.
• Is the connected tuner being affected by interference from a
car, train, high-voltage line, neon light, or the like?
• The colors and tints are not good.
• Do any of the video settings need readjusting?
• There is no sound.
• Are the internal speakers switched off?
• ERROR MESSAGE CONDITION 1 is displayed.
• The fan is malfunctioning. Switch off the power.
• ERROR MESSAGE CONDITION 2 is displayed.
• The temperature inside the set has risen far too high.
Switch off the power. (The power can be turned on once the
temperature lowers.)
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Are the batteries installed with their poles reversed?
Are the batteries flat?
Are you operating from far away?
Are you trying to operate with the transmitting section of the
remote controller not facing the reception section of the
display?
• Is there any obstruction between the display and the remote
controller?
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