Fujitsu PDS4233W Flat Panel Television User Manual

USER’S MANUAL
42” WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY
PDS4233W/PDS4234W
Contents
Page
Before Use
• Safety Precautions ·········································· 2–3
• Features ······························································· 4
• Accessories ·························································· 5
• Handy Tips ··························································· 5
• Installation ··························································· 6
Usage
• Part Names and Functions ··························· 7–10
• Using the Remote Control ································ 11
• Connecting the Display to External
Equipment ··················································· 12–13
• Basic Operations ··············································· 14
• Selecting Input Mode ········································ 15
• Watching Pictures on the Wide Screen ······ 16–17
• How to Use Menus ······································ 18–23
Page
Adjustments
• Adjusting Pictures (PICTURE Menu) ·········· 24–25
• Adjusting Screen Position and Size
(POSITION/SIZE Menu) ······························· 26–27
• Adjusting Audio (AUDIO Menu) ················· 28–29
• Other Adjustments (FEATURES Menu) ····· 30–38
• Initialization of user adjustment value
(FACTORY DEFAULT) ········································ 39
Others
• Options ······························································· 40
• Factory Settings ················································· 41
• Specification ······················································ 42
• Cleaning 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.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to EN45014
We
Fujitsu General (U.K.) Co. Limited
of
Unit 150, Centennial Park, Centennial Avenue Elstree, Hertfordshire, WD6 3SG
Manufacturer: Shinjyo Fujitsu General Limited
702-3 Kanazawa Shinjyo-shi
Yamagata Japan
declares under our sole responsibility that the product,
Type:
42” PLASMA DISPLAY
Model Name: PDS4233W
to which this declaration relates are in conformity with the following standards;
EMC:
Safety:
European Standards:
a. EN55022 1994/A1:1995/A2:1997/A3:1998 Class A
b. EN61000-3-2 1995
c. EN61000-3-3 1995
d. EN55024 1998
(EN61000-4-2 1995 / EN61000-4-3 1996)
(EN61000-4-4 1995 / EN61000-4-5 1995 / EN61000-4-6 1996)
(EN61000-4-8 1993 / EN61000-4-11 1994)
e. EN60950 1992/A1:1993/A2:1993/A3:1995/A4:1997
By conformance with the standard referenced, the product follows
the provisions of the directives listed below.
a.
b.
c.
d.
EC Council Directive 89/336/EEC of 3rd, May 1989
EC Council Directive 92/31/EEC of 28th, April 1992
EC Council Directive 93/68/EEC of 22nd, July 1993
EC Council Directive 73/23/EEC of 19th, February 1973
Place of Issue: United Kingdom
Date of Issue: Oct. 2001
Signature:
H. Hirosaki, Chief Exective Officer
Fujitsu General (U.K) Co. Limited
Declaration reference: Fujitsu General (U.K) Co. Limited
Unit 150, Centennial Park, Centennial Avenue Elstree,
Hertfordshire, WD6 3SG, United Kingdom
Tel: + 44-(0)20-8731-3450
Fax:+ 44-(0)20-8731-3451
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to EN45014
We
Fujitsu General (U.K.) Co. Limited
of
Unit 150, Centennial Park, Centennial Avenue Elstree, Hertfordshire, WD6 3SG
Manufacturer: Shinjyo Fujitsu General Limited
702-3 Kanazawa Shinjyo-shi
Yamagata Japan
declares under our sole responsibility that the product,
Type:
42” PLASMA DISPLAY
Model Name: PDS4234W
to which this declaration relates are in conformity with the following standards;
EMC:
Safety:
European Standards:
a. EN55022 1994/A1:1995/A2:1997/A3:1998 Class B
b. EN61000-3-2 1995
c. EN61000-3-3 1995
d. EN55024 1998
(EN61000-4-2 1995 / EN61000-4-3 1996)
(EN61000-4-4 1995 / EN61000-4-5 1995 / EN61000-4-6 1996)
(EN61000-4-8 1993 / EN61000-4-11 1994)
e. EN60950 1992/A1:1993/A2:1993/A3:1995/A4:1997
By conformance with the standard referenced, the product follows
the provisions of the directives listed below.
a.
b.
c.
d.
EC Council Directive 89/336/EEC of 3rd, May 1989
EC Council Directive 92/31/EEC of 28th, April 1992
EC Council Directive 93/68/EEC of 22nd, July 1993
EC Council Directive 73/23/EEC of 19th, February 1973
Place of Issue: United Kingdom
Date of Issue: Oct. 2001
Signature:
H. Hirosaki, Chief Exective Officer
Fujitsu General (U.K) Co. Limited
Declaration reference: Fujitsu General (U.K) Co. Limited
Unit 150, Centennial Park, Centennial Avenue Elstree,
Hertfordshire, WD6 3SG, United Kingdom
Tel: + 44-(0)20-8731-3450
Fax:+ 44-(0)20-8731-3451
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
FCC NOTICE
• PDS4233W: A Class A digital device
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.
• PDS4234W: A Class B digital device
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference 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 communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
–
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
–
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
–
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
WARNING: This is a Class A and Class B product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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 cause hazards.
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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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The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
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No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
2
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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.
–
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 other 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 10 cm.
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This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the label. If you are not sure of the type of power
supply of 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 for 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 overheated.
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Use only the accessory cord designed for this product to prevent shock.
The power supply voltage rating of this product is AC100–240 V, and 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 with other power supply voltage, the power cable must be changed.
Use the standard power plug and cord set of the specified country.
Power cord
Consult your product dealer.
Power supply voltage:
AC 100–125 V
(Included)
AC 200–240 V
(Not included)
AC 240 V (SAA TYPE)
(Not included)
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FEATURES
This display uses a plasma display panel and is only 8.5 cm deep. With its high picture quality and performance, it is perfectly suited for
multimedia applications.
Variety of input signals
• In addition to video, S-video, and RGB, signals, this display supports input of high-quality video signals such as DVD and HDTV.
• The display has an RGB input terminal to receive digital RGB signal of DVI standard to display a high definition picture quality in
addition to mD-sub terminal and BNC terminal.
• Depending on the model, the display supports video input for different color television systems as follows: NTSC, PAL, SECAM,
PAL60, N-PAL, M-PAL, 4.43NTSC.
• The display has a component video input terminal to receive signals from the DVD player and HDTV equipment as well as digital
broadcasting signals (color difference signals).
• The display has an RGB input terminal to receive signals, including VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA*1.
5 screen sizes (Video input mode) and 3 screen sizes (RGB input mode)
• This display offers a total of five different screen sizes in video input mode: Normal, Wide1, Wide2, Zoom1, and Zoom2.
A Normal mode is also available for displaying of normal-size (4:3 aspect ratio) pictures.
• The display has an Auto mode to switch screen size automatically depending on the contents of software.
• Three different screen sizes in RGB input mode (Normal, Wide, and Zoom) are also available.
Vertical installation
• The display can be installed vertically, enabling advertisement to be displayed. In this case, you can set up the display so that on-screen
information, such as input modes and menus, is displayed properly.
Power management function
• The display features a DPMS (Display Power Management Signaling) function that ensures automatic power saving capability.
Flexible as part of a system
• You can operate the display by remote control using the RS-232C interface.
• If you have two or more displays, you can assign a unique number to each of them so that you can select which one you want to use.
• Input Priority function for selecting automatic switching to desired mode is provided to avoid troublesome operation.
• Main unit key lock function can prevent mischief and malfunction.
Others
• Troublesome adjustment of clock phase can be avoided by automatic clock phase adjustment function (Automatic Clock Phase
function).
• You can specify the color temperature.
• The white screen and screen orbiter functions are available to minimize phosphor burn-in.
• 2 audio input terminals and 9W + 9W external speaker output terminal are available.
• A clear picture can be obtained by digital noise reduction function.
• A display suitable for such film materials as movie pictures can be made by 24 frame mode function.
*1 The refresh rate of 60, 72, 75 and 85 Hz for SVGA (800 x 600) and those of 60, 70, 75 Hz for XGA (1024 x 768) and those of 60, 75
Hz for SXGA (1280 x 1024) are supported.
Note that the SVGA, XGA and SXGA pictures will be compressed when displayed on the screen.
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ACCESSORIES
CHECKING ACCESSORIES
One remote control
Two AA batteries
One user’s manual
One power cable
Two ferrite cores
Manual
HANDY TIPS
• Pictures may become “burnt” into the screen phosphors if the screen is left on for extended periods. To ensure that the display has a
prolonged service life, be sure to use a screen orbiter, white screen. This will ensure the same picture or pattern is not constantly
displayed for long periods. (See P. 35-37.)
• The plasma display panel, which is built for maximum precision, provides more than 99.99% effective pixels. You may find, however,
that some pixels constantly remain lit or dimmed.
• The display has a fan to prevent its internal temperature from rising.
• Be careful with the air delivered by the fan. It may be very hot.
• Contact your dealer if you find that the display does not seem to function properly when used with other audio-visual equipment.
You may need to move your display if it produces degraded pictures or noise due to electromagnetic radiation, or if the infrared remote
control does not function properly.
• Pictures may not be displayed properly if you connect a non-standard PC to the RGB input terminal. In this case, contact your dealer
for more information.
• The protective circuit, built into the display, automatically turns off the power if the display has a problem. In this case, you will see
that the power indicator lamp flashes red.
Warning
If the power indicator lamp flashes red, this signifies that the display has developed a problem. When this happens, be sure to remove the
power plug from the receptacle to prevent fire or electric shock. Then, check the display in accordance with the instructions given on
P. 44, or contact your dealer.
• Viewing the screen constantly for extended periods can strain your eyes. Be sure to stay at a proper distance (at least 1.5 m or 5 feet)
from the screen and to look occasionally away while working.
• Have the display inspected and cleaned by your dealer at regular intervals.
Information
Cables for connecting the display to external equipment are not supplied. Contact your dealer for more information on these products.
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INSTALLATION
To prevent the display’s internal components from overheating, make sure that the display is installed in a well-ventilated location.
Be sure to use the optional stand, wall-mounting unit or the other unit when installing the display. Also, be also sure that your dealer
performs the installation.
See the appropriate instruction manual for more information on the installation hardware you select.
To prevent an accident and ensure safety in the event of an earthquake, fix the display securely into position as described below.
To ensure proper heat radiation, provide at least as much space around the display as shown below.
* Make sure that the display is installed in a location where the temperature can be maintained between 0°C and 40°C.
* Never attempt to tilt the display sideways or backward.
* To prevent the power and other cables from being accidentally pulled, make sure that they run along the wall or through corners.
* The display can be installed with either of its sides facing down.
When using the stand
Front
Side
(cm)
Upper
(cm)
1.5
10
10
10
Wall
Right
Left
6
Floor
Floor
Stand
When using the wall-mounting unit (horizontal type)
Front
Stand
When using the wall-mounting unit (vertical type)
Side
(cm)
Front
(cm)
Side
(cm)
Upper
Upper
(cm)
Wall mounting unit
10
Wall mounting unit
10
Left
10
10
10
Right
Wall
10
Left
Right
Wall
6
Lower
1.5
10
Lower
1.5
* When installing the display vertically, be sure to rotate
the text.(Refer to OSD Rotate. See P.32) and setup
vertical installation. (Refer to Installation. See P.38)
Note
The display is a highly precise piece of equipment and therefore must be packed properly before transportation. Be sure to use only those packing
materials originally supplied with the display when repacking it.
Reference
See P. 40 for more information on options.
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
Front
1 Power indicator lamp
This lamp shows the state of the power supply.
Lit (red):
Stand-by
Lit (green):
Power ON
Lit (orange):
Power saving (DPMS: Power saving
function) mode ON
Flashing (red): Malfunction (Flashes differently depending
on the type of malfunction. See P. 44 for
more information.)
2 Remote control signal receiver
Receives signals from the remote control.
3 Main power switch
When pressed, power indicator lamp 1 lights red, and the
Control Panel (bottom)
power can be turned on or off by the remote controller.
When this switch is pressed again, the power is cut and power
indicator lamp 1 goes off.
4 Power button [POWER]
Turns the power ON or OFF.
5 Input mode selector button [MODE]
Switches between picture input modes.
6 Wide screen selector button [WIDE]
Switches the screen over to a desired wide screen.
7 Menu button [MENU]
Displays picture adjustment menus.
8 Adjustment buttons [
/
]
Adjust the volume.
The [ / ] buttons can also be used to scroll through the
options when a menu is displayed.
9 Adjustment buttons [
/
]
The [ / ] buttons can also be used to scroll through options
in a menu, or to change values.
0 Enter button [ENTER]
Press this button to finalize the selection of a desired option in
a menu.
Warning
If the power indicator lamp flashes red, this signifies that the display has developed a problem. When this happens, be sure to remove the
power plug from the receptacle and contact your dealer. Leaving the display power ON can result in fire or electric shock.
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (Continued)
Bottom
1 External speaker output terminal (EXT SP)
Connect this terminal to the optionally available speaker. (Use a speaker with 4 to 16 Ω.)
*See the speaker instruction manual for more information.
2 Sound 1 input terminal (AUDIO 1 INPUT)
Connect this terminal to the sound output terminal of your VCR, etc.
3 Sound 2 input terminal (AUDIO 2 INPUT)
Connect this terminal to the sound output terminal of your VCR, etc.
4 Video input terminal (VIDEO INPUT)
Connect this terminal to the video output terminal of your VCR or video disk player.
5 S-video input terminal (S-VIDEO INPUT)
Connect this terminal to the S-video output terminal of your VCR or video disk player.
6 RS-232C terminal (RS-232C)
This terminal is provided for you to control the display from the PC. Connect it to the RS-232C terminal on the PC.
When connecting a cable, attach a ferrite core to the cable. (See P. 12.)
7 RGB 1 input terminal (RGB 1 INPUT/DVI-D)
Connect this terminal to the PC’s display (digital RGB) output terminal.
*The connection cable No.88741-8000 made by molex Inc. is recommanded.
8 RGB 2 input terminal (RGB 2 INPUT/mD-sub)
Connect this terminal to the PC’s display (analog RGB) output terminal or decoder (digital broadcast tuner, etc.) output terminal.
9 RGB 3 synchronization switch (SYNC SW TTL/ANALOG (75 Ω))
This switch is used to terminate horizontal (H) terminal and vertical (V) terminal, out of RGB3 input terminals, with 75 Ω .
TTL
: Used when sending RGB signals from the PC to the RGB 3 terminal
ANALOG (75 Ω): Used when sending analog synchronization signals to the RGB 3 terminal
0+A RGB 3 input terminal (RGB 3 INPUT/BNC)
Connect this terminal to the PC's display (analog RGB) output terminal or decoder (digital broadcast tuner,etc.) output terminal.
*When RGB3 input terminal is connected, Comp.video mode is not available. (See P. 33.)
A Component video input terminal (COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT)
Connect this terminal to the component video output (color difference output) terminal of your HDTV unit or DVD player.
*When Comp.video input terminal is connected, RGB3 mode is not available. (See P. 33.)
B Power input terminal
Connect this terminal to the power cable supplied with the display.
When connecting a cable,attach a ferrite core to the cable. (See P.12)
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Description of Input Terminals
DVI-D terminal (RGB 1 INPUT/DVI-D)
RGB2 input terminal (RGB2 INPUT/mD-sub)
RS-232C terminal (RS-232C)
Pin No. Input signal
Pin No.
1
9
Red
Input signal
—
2
Green
10
Ground
3
Blue
11
—
4
—
12
—
5
Ground
13
Horizontal synchronization
6
Ground
14
Vertical synchronization
7
Ground
15
—
8
Ground
Frame
Ground
Pin No.
Signal
1
DCD (Data Carrier Detect)
2
RD (Received 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)
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (Continued)
Remote Control
➝ (See P. 14.)
1 Power ON button [POWER ON]
Turns the power ON.
1
2
3
5
4
2 Power OFF button [POWER OFF]
6
3 RGB input mode selector button [RGB]
➝ (See P. 14.)
Turns the power OFF.
➝ (See P. 15.)
Switches between RGB input modes.
7
8
9
➝ (See P. 15.)
4 Video input mode selector button [VIDEO]
Switches between video input modes.
➝ (See P. 16–17.)
5 Wide screen selector button [WIDE]
Switches the screen over to a desired wide screen.
➝ (See P. 18–39.)
6 Menu button [MENU]
=
Use this button to display a desired menu for adjusting the picture.
➝ (See P. 14.)
7 Volume adjustment buttons [VOL +/-]
Adjust the volume.
Press the + button to increase the volume.
Press the - button to reduce the volume.
8 Adjustment buttons [
/
/
/
➝ (See P. 18–39.)
]
Use these buttons to scroll through options in a menu and change values.
➝ (See P. 18–39.)
9 Enter button [ENTER]
Press this button to finalize the selection of a desired menu or option within a menu.
➝ (See P. 36 .)
0 Display selector buttons [SHIFT 1–4]
When you use two or more displays, you can use these buttons to control up to four displays
by assigning a unique number to each display.
PUTTING BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE CONTROL
1 To remove the cover, slide it
outwards while pressing it down.
2 Place two AA batteries in the
remote control. Make sure that the
batteries are properly oriented.
3 Close the cover until it snaps into
place.
CAUTION: Be sure to use replacement batteries of the same type as the original ones.
When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or environmental
public institution’s rules that apply in your country/area.
Note
The remote control will not function properly if the batteries are dead. Be sure to replace them as needed.
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USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
PRECAUTIONS
To prevent malfunction, be sure not to apply any form of severe shock to the remote control.
To prevent malfunction or deformation, be sure not to allow the remote control to become wet; also, keep it away from hot locations or
heating equipment.
Be sure not to clean the remote control using a cloth dampened in any volatile solvent, such as benzene or thinner.
EFFECTIVE RANGE FOR THE REMOTE CONTROL
Point the remote control at the display’s signal receiver when using it.
Make sure that there are no obstacles between the remote control and the display’s signal receiver.
Upper
20°
20°
Lower
Left
30°
30°
Right
5 m (Front)
Information
The remote control may not function properly if you use a high-frequency fluorescent lamp. If you experience problems, move the lamp or use the
remote control from a different position.
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CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT
Be sure to turn OFF the power to the display and external equipment before making any connections.
No cables are supplied with the display for connection to external equipment. The type of cable to be used varies depending on the PC
model. Contact your dealer for more information.
RECEPTACLE
Make sure that the power cable’s grounding wire is grounded.
The display comes with a 3-prong power plug; one prong is connected to the grounding wire. If you have only a 2-hole receptacle, you
will need to have it replaced. Contact your dealer for more information.
CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT
Carefully check the terminals for position and type before making any connections.
Loose connectors can result in picture or color problems. Make sure that all connectors are securely inserted into their terminals.
Terminal
Connector
VIDEO INPUT
BNC
S-VIDEO INPUT
S terminal
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
BNC x 3
RGB INPUT
mD-sub 15-pin , BNC x 5 , DVI-D
AUDIO INPUT
Pin jack
RS-232C
D-sub 9-pin
Ferrite cores
These ferrite cores are used to attenuate undesired signals.
Two ferrite cores
When connecting a cable to the power input terminal, RS-232C terminal, attach one of these ferrite cores to the cable near the terminal.
Ferrite core
12
Ferrite core
POWER
INPUT
COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
(color difference
input) /
RGB3 INPUT
RGB2
INPUT
(mD-sub)
RGB1
INPUT
(DVI-D)
To receptacle To color difference
To display
To display
output terminal /
(analog RGB) (digital RGB)
To display (analog RGB)
output
output
output terminal
terminal
terminal
Connection to AV equipment
RS-232C
S-VIDEO
INPUT
VIDEO
INPUT
To RS-232C To S-video To video
output
output
output
terminal
terminal terminal
AUDIO2
INPUT
To sound
output
terminal
AUDIO1
INPUT
To sound
output
terminal
Connection to PC
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BASIC OPERATIONS
TURNING ON THE POWER
1
Press the main power switch at
the bottom of the display.
2
Press
control.
When you do so, the main power turns ON.
on the remote
When you do so, the power indicator lamp turns
green.
3
Press
or
to select a
desired input mode.
* You can also use the
switches on the display’s
control panel to accomplish
these steps.
TURNING OFF THE POWER
Press
when the power is ON.
The power indicator lamp turns red.
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
Press
to increase the volume.
Press
to reduce the volume.
Any value between 0 and 40 can be selected.
after you have
* “No Audio” appears if you press or
selected “No Audio” for “Audio Input”. (See P. 35.)
* Note that the volume level remains stored even when you
turn OFF the power.
* As Audio Input is set at "No Audio" in the factory settings,
the sound volume cannot be adjusted.
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When the volume adjustment button is pressed
SELECTING INPUT MODE
VIDEO INPUT MODE
1
Press
mode.
to select a desired input
Each time you press , a different input mode
appears. The sequence is as follows:
Video:
S-video:
Displays pictures from equipment
connected to the Video terminal.
S-video mode
Displays pictures from equipment
connected to the S-video terminal.
Comp.video: Displays pictures from equipment
connected to the component video
input terminal.
* You can switch between video input modes
while you are in RGB input mode.
* When Comp.video input terminal is connected,
RGB3 mode is not available.
Setting is made in BNC Input mode.(See P.33.)
* You can also use the
switches on the display’s
control panel to accomplish
these steps.
Comp.video mode
RGB INPUT MODE
1
Press
mode.
to select a desired input
Each time you press
, a different input mode
appears. The sequence is as follows:
RGB1:Displays pictures from equipment
connected to the RGB1 (DVI-D) terminal.
RGB1 mode
RGB2:Displays pictures from equipment
connected to the RGB2 (mD-sub) terminal.
RGB3:Displays pictures from equipment
connected to the RGB3 (BNC x5) terminal.
* You can switch between RGB input modes
while you are in a video input mode.
* You can also use the
switches on the display’s
control panel to accomplish
these steps.
* When RGB3 input terminal is connected,
Comp.video mode is not available.
Setting is made in BNC Input mode.(See P.33.)
RGB2 mode
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WATCHING PICTURES ON THE WIDE SCREEN
SWITCHING BETWEEN SCREEN SIZES
1
Press
.
The currently selected mode will appear.
2
Press
to select a desired
picture mode.
Each time you press , a different picture mode
appears. The sequences used are as follows:
Normal mode
When you are in a Video or S-video input mode
When you are in a Comp.video input mode
When you are in an RGB input mode
Wide1 mode
* You can also use the
switches on the display’s
control panel to accomplish
these steps.
* Depending on the type of signal, some aspects
may not be selected.
Note
• Displaying a picture in a Normal mode for extended periods of time may cause phosphor burn-in.
• A variety of picture modes are available with this display. Remember that if you select a mode with an aspect ratio (ratio of frame width to frame
height) different from that of the TV program or video media, the pictures will appear differently than if you had selected a mode having the same
aspect ratio.
• Showing a movie or similar premium event at a different aspect ratio from its original one at any event site, restaurant, or bar for profit-making
purposes or for a public audience may constitute a copyright infringement.
For films, try to select a mode having the same aspect ratio as the original picture; this enables the director’s original intentions to be preserved.
Reference
See P. 26–27 for how to adjust the picture size and position.
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SCREEN SIZE
Normal
Displays pictures of normal size (i.e., a 4:3 aspect ratio).
Auto
The screen size changes automatically in accordance with the contents of image software
you use.
Wide1
Displays natural-looking pictures of standard size on the wide screen.
Picture of
standard size
Wide1
Vertically
extended picture
Wide2
Horizontally
extended picture
Zoom1
Horizontally extended
picture with caption
Zoom2
Wide2/Wide
Ideal for displaying vertically extended pictures such as squeezed pictures and recorded
HDTV programs.
Zoom1/Zoom
Enlarges horizontally extended pictures equally in all directions to maintain the aspect
ratio constant.
Zoom2
Reduces the height of horizontally extended pictures with captions, without eliminating
the caption. Only the height of pictures is reduced, not the height of the caption.
(Captions may not be easy to read, however, depending on the picture.)
ASPECT RATIO
The following aspect ratios are available.
4:3 aspect ratio
(VHF/UHF broadcasting, BS broadcasting)
16:9 aspect ratio
(HDTV broadcasting)
1.85:1 aspect ratio
(Vista Vision size)
2.35:1 aspect ratio
(Cinema Vision size)
Information
You may find dark areas on top and at the bottom of the screen if you select one of the Zoom modes for media while using the Vista Vision or Cinema
Vision size i.e., the sizes used frequently for picture software.
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HOW TO USE MENUS
SELECTING OPTIONS IN A MENU
Use the [MODE] button on the display or
1
Press
and
on the remote control to select a desired input mode.
.
The main menu screen will appear.
2
Press
or
Each time you press
to switch between sub-menus.
or
Ex.: “PICTURE” selected in the main menu
screen
, one of the available menus appears.
The corresponding menu screen will appear.
3
Press
or
to select an option for adjustment/setup.
A total of five different menus (PICTURE, POSITION/SIZE, AUDIO, FEATURES, FACTORY DEFAULT) are available.
You can easily distinguish between these menus as shown below.
PICTURE
*Press
,
POSITION/SIZE
,
or
AUDIO
FEATURES
to make adjustment/setup, and press
FACTORY DEFAULT
to store.
* Do not change input signals when any of the menus are displayed.
* Audio Input menu will not be displayed when "No Audio" is selected. (See P. 35.)
USING THE PICTURE MENU
When you finish selecting a desired option in the PICTURE menu screen, press
.
At this time, the adjustment/setup screen for that option will appear.
You can use
or
to change the value for the option. Press
to store. (See P. 24–25.)
Changes you make will be stored only for the selected mode.
PICTURE Menu screen (Video Input Mode)
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PICTURE Menu screen (RGB Input Mode)
Option
Function
Operation
(1) Contrast
Adjusts picture contrast.
: Higher contrast
: Lower contrast
-30 to +30
(2) Brightness
Adjusts screen brightness.
: Brighter screen
: Darker screen
-60 to +60
(3) Color
Adjusts color darkness.
: Darker colors
: Lighter colors
-60 to +60
(4) Tint
Adjusts tint.
: More greenish colors
: More purplish colors
Video, S-video: -30 to +30
Comp.video, RGB-PC,
Decoder
: -60 to +60
(5) Sharpness
Adjusts picture sharpness.
: Sharper pictures
: Less sharp pictures
Video, S-video, Comp.video,
Decoder : -16 to +16
RGB-PC : -4 to +4
(6) Picture Mode
Can set up the picture mode.
Use
or
for switching.
Dynamic/Fine/Real1/Real2/
Static
(7) Color Temp.
Adjusts color temperature.
Use
or
for switching.
Warm/Standard/Cool/User
(8) User Color Temp.
Can set up when User is
selected in Color Temp.
Press
or
to select Red,
Green or Blue and press or
to make adjustment.
0 to 255 for each of Red,
Green and Blue
(9) Noise Reduction
(for Video, S-video, Comp.video)
Sets up noise reduction.
Use
Off/Min./Std./Max.
or
Range
for switching.
USING THE POSITION/SIZE MENU
When you finish selecting a desired option in the POSITION/SIZE menu screen, press
.
When you do so, the adjustment screen for that option appears.
Press
or
to select option and press
or
to make adjustment. Press
to store. (See P. 26–27.)
Changes you make will be stored only for the selected mode.
*You cannot adjust screen size in RGB1 (DVI-D) mode.
POSITION/SIZE Menu screen
“Position” adjustment screen
Option
Function
(1) Position
Adjusts screen position.
Operation
Horizontal
Adjusts horizontal position.
: Moves screen to the right.
: Moves screen to the left.
Vertical
Adjusts vertical position.
: Moves screen up.
: Moves screen down.
(2) Size
Adjusts screen size.
Width
Adjusts width.
: Increases width.
: Reduces width.
Height
Adjusts height.
: Increases height.
: Reduces height.
Range
Video, S-video
Horizontal: -30 to +30
Vertical Zoom: -15 to +15
Others:-7 to +7
Comp.video: -16 to +16
1080I,720P: -32 to +32
RGB-PC: -150 to + 150
Decoder: -16 to + 16
1080I,720P: -32 to +32
Video, S-video: -7 to +7
Comp.video: -4 to +4
RGB-PC: -25 to +50
Decoder: -4 to +4
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HOW TO USE MENUS (Continued)
USING THE AUDIO MENU
When you finish selecting a desired option in the AUDIO menu screen, press
.
When you do so, the adjustment screen for that option appears.
Press
or
to select option and press
or
to make adjustment. Press
to store. (See P. 28–29.)
The adjustments you make will be stored for each audio input terminal.
*Audio Input menu will not be displayed when "No Audio" is selected. (See P. 35.)
AUDIO Menu screen
Option
Function
Operation
Range
(1) Treble
Adjusts treble.
: Stronger treble
: Weaker treble
-6 to +6
(2) Bass
Adjusts bass.
: Stronger bass
: Weaker bass
-6 to +6
(3) Balance
Adjusts volume balance.
:Higher volume from righthand speaker
: Higher volume from lefthand speaker
-10 to +10
USING THE FEATURES MENUS
• FEATURES setup screen has 5 options of Adjustment, Function, On Screen Menu, Input Terminal and
Others.
• Options with “ ” on the right
When you select an option with “ ”, press
You can use
or
. The adjustment/setup screen for that option appears.(See P. 30–38.)
on this screen to make selections or changes.Press
to store.
• Options with no “ ” on the right
When you select an option with no “ ”, press
or
to make selections or changes. Press
to store. (See P. 30–38.)
FEATURES Menu
FEATURES Menu screen (Comp.video Input Mode) Adjustment Menu screen
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Function Menu screen
On Screen Menu screen
Others(1/2) Menu screen
Input Terminal Menu screen
Adjustment Menu (See P. 30-31.)
Option
Function
Operation
Range
(1) Dot Clock
(for RGB2, RGB3)
Adjusts the dot clock.
Eliminates blur when the
optimum value is selected with
or .
-60 to +60
(2) Clock Phase
(for RGB2, RGB3)
Adjusts clock phase.
Eliminates blur when the
optimum value is selected with
or .
Auto/Manual
(Can adjust 1 to 32 for
Manual)
(3) Vertical Sync
(for RGB2, RGB3)
Corrects vertical
synchronization signal.
Use or to select the
optimum value for eliminating
flicker.
-1 to +1
(4) Clamp Position
(for Comp.video, RGB2, RGB3)
Adjusts clamp pulse phase.
Use
-8 to 8
(5)Auto Calibration
(for RGB2, RGB3)
Selects the optimum
dynamic range of images.
Select Execute and use
to select an option.
Option
Function
Operation
(1) 24 Frame Mode
(for Video, S-video, Comp.video)
Displays the optimum movie
pictures.
Use
or
for switching.
On (Movie) /
Off (Normal)
(2) 3D Y/C
(for Video(3.58NTSC))
Selects whether to enable
the 3D Y/C circuit.
Use
or
for switching.
On (3D Y/C circuit) /
Off (3-line)
Option
Function
Operation
(1) OSD
Selects whether to display
information other than
menus.
Use
or
for switching.
On (displayed) /
Off (not displayed)
(2) OSD Rotate
Rotates on-screen text.
Use
or
for switching.
-90 Deg. (counterclockwise)/
Normal/
+90 Deg. (clockwise)
(3) Language
Selects language used for
menus.
Display the “Language”
selection screen and use
to select a language.
or
for switching.
or
Execute
Yes/No
Function Menu(See P. 30,32.)
Range
On Screen Menu(See P. 30,32)
Range
or
English
Deutsch (German)
Español (Spanish)
Français (French)
Italiano (Italian)
Português (Portuguese)
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HOW TO USE MENUS (Continued)
Input Terminal Menu(See P. 30,33–34.)
Option
Function
Operation
Range
(1) Video Input
(for Video)
Selects video mode.
Use
or
for switching.
Auto/NTSC/PAL/SECAM/
PAL60/N-PAL/M-PAL/
4.43NTSC
(2) S-video Input
(for S-video)
Selects video mode.
Use
or
for switching.
Auto/NTSC/PAL/SECAM/
PAL60/N-PAL/M-PAL/
4.43NTSC
(3) BNC Input
Selects BNC Input signal.
Display BNC Input screen
and press
or
to select an
option.
Use or for switching.
Select Comp.video or Decoder
by Function to set up Mask.
Function
Comp.video/RGB-PC/
Decoder
Mask
Off/5/10/15 (dot)
(4) D-SUB Input
Selects D-SUB Input signal.
Display D-SUB Input screen
and press
or
to select an
option.
Use or for switching.
Select Decoder by Function to
set up Mask.
Function
RGB-PC/Decoder
Mask
Off/5/10/15 (dot)
Others Menu(See P. 30,34–38.)
Others Menu screen is divided into the following two screens.
Others(1/2) Menu screen
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Others(2/2) Menu screen
Option
Function
Operation
Range
(1) DPMS
Specifies time before
DPMS starts.
Can specify the background
color when specifying time.
Display DPMS screen and press
or
to select an option.
Use or for switching.
Can specify background by
setting time to other than Off.
Time
Off (disabled)/1 min./
15 min./45 min./60 min.
Background
Black/White
(2) Audio Input
Selects audio input terminal.
Display the “Audio Input”
or
adjustment screen and use
to select an option.
Use or to switch between
available choices for the
selected option.
No Audio/Audio 1/Audio 2
(3) Screen Orbiter
(for RGB)
Sets up screen orbiter.
Display the “Screen Orbiter”
or
adjustment screen and use
to select an option.
Use or to switch between
available choices for the
selected option.
Mode/Time
Off (disabled)
Time (every 1 hr)
Mode (every time mode is
switched)
Moving area
Min.(moves in small range)
Std.(moves in moderate
range)
Max. (moves in wide range)
Option
Function
Operation
Range
(4) Input Priority
Specifies input mode of
highest priority.
Use
or
for switching.
Off/RGB2/RGB3/Video/
S-video/Comp.video
(5) Monitor No.
Selects display number.
Use
or
for switching.
0 (no setup)
1/2/3/4
(6) Direct Setting
(for RGB)
Selects input signal.
Use
or
for switching.
RGB1:
Auto/VGA/WVGA/XGA/
WXGA
RGB2, RGB3:
Auto/VGA/WVGA/480P/
XGA/WXGA/SXGA/
SXGA+
(7) Code Setting
(for RGB2, RGB3)
Specifies and displays type
of input signal directly.
Display Code Setting screen
or
to select an
and press
option.
Select Manual to set up
Parameter.
Auto/Manual
(8) White Screen
Sets up to display white
over the entire screen.
Use
or
for switching.
On /Off(disabled)
(9) Exhibition Mode
Sets up Exhibition mode.
Use
or
for switching.
On (Exhibition mode)/
Off(disabled)
(10) Installation
Sets up whether horizontal
or vertical installation.
Use
or
for switching.
Horizontal/Vertical
(11) Key Lock
Locks the main unit button.
Use
or
for switching.
On (Key Lock)/
Off(disabled)
(12) Information
Displays system operation
status.
Display the “Information”
screen.
Display only
USING THE FACTORY DEFAULT MENU
• Select FACTORY DEFAULT and execute to restore the adjustment/setting made in the MENU to factory
settings. (See P. 39.)
FACTORY DEFAULT Menu screen
Yes/No selection screen
Option
Function
Operation
FACTORY DEFAULT
Restores the adjustment/
setting made in the MENU
to factory settings.
Select Execute and use
to select an option.
Range
or
Yes/No
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ADJUSTING PICTURES (PICTURE MENU)
BASIC OPERATIONS [EX.: ADJUSTING TINT (Tint)]
You can make changes to all picture adjustment options in the PICTURE Menu.
The changes you make will be stored for a selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any
changes.
1
Press
.
The main menu screen will appear.
2
Press
or
to select “PICTURE”.
Each time you press or , one of the available
menus appears in the following sequence:
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
AUDIO
“PICTURE” selected in the main menu
screen
FEATURES
FACTORY DEFAULT
The PICTURE Menu screen will appear.
* You can also use the
switches on the display’s
control panel to accomplish
these steps.
3
Press
4
Press
or
to select “Tint”.
.
The “Tint” adjustment screen will appear.
5
Press
or
values.
“Tint” selected in the PICTURE Menu
screen (Video Input Mode)
to change tint
: More greenish colors
: More purplish colors
6
Press
to store.
Press
when you finish.
“Tint” adjustment screen
* Repeat steps 3, 4, 5, and 6 when you wish to
make changes to other options.
* On-screen information disappears if you do not take any action for about 60 seconds.
* The following abbreviations used in this document represent input modes in which you can make adjustments:
: Video mode, : S-video mode, : Comp.video mode, : RGB mode
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• Adjusting Contrast (Contrast)
Any value between -30 and +30 can be selected.
: Higher contrast
: Lower contrast
Press
to store.
• Adjusting Screen Brightness (Brightness)
Any value between -60 and +60 can be selected.
: Brighter screen
: Darker screen
Press
to store.
• Adjusting Color Darkness (Color)
Any value between -60 and +60 can be selected.
: Darker colors
: Lighter colors
Press
to store.
• Adjusting Tint (Tint)
Any value between -30 and +30 for [
: More greenish colors
: More purplish colors
Press
to store.
], and -60 and +60 for [
] can be selected.
• Adjusting picture Sharpness (Sharpness)
Any value between -16 and +16 for [
: Sharper pictures
: Less sharp pictures
Press
to store.
(Decoder)], and -4 and +4 for [
(RGB-PC)], can be selected.
• Setting Picture Mode (Picture Mode)
Can set up the picture mode.
Each time you press or , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Dinamic:Suitable for watching a normal motion picture.(Standard)
Fine:
Suitable for watching a dark picture such as movie.
Real 1: Makes a strong contrast picture.
Real 2: Makes a bright color picture.
Static: Suitable for watching a still picture.
Press
to store.
*Select Dinamic, Fine, Real 1, Real 2 or Static to suit your taste.
• Adjusting Color Temperature (Color Temp.)
Use
or
to specify a desired color temperature. Each time you press
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Warm: More reddish colors
Standard:Standard color temperature
Cool:
More bluish colors
User:
User Color Temp. setup
Press
to store.
• Setting User Color Temp. (User Color Temp.)
Can set up when User is selected in Color Temp.
Press
or
to select Red, Green or Blue and press or to make adjustment in the range
of 0 to 255.
Press
to store.
* Color Temp. setup is switched to User. The initial value of User Color Temp. is adjusted
individually at the factory.
• Setting Noise Reduction (Noise Reduction)
Can select the noise reduction setting corresponding to the noise level of the input signal.
Each time you press or ,one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
User Color Temp.adjustment screen
Off: Noise reduction does not function.
Min.: Weak setting
Std.: Standard setting
Max.: Strong setting
Press
to store.
*Some type of signal can not be selected.
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ADJUSTING SCREEN POSITION AND SIZE (POSITION/SIZE MENU)
BASIC OPERATION [EX.: ADJUSTING HORIZONTAL DIRECTION OF SCREEN POSITION]
You can make changes to all screen adjustment options in the POSITION/SIZE Menu.
The changes you make will be stored for the selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any
changes.
1
Press
.
The main menu screen will appear.
2
Press
or
to select
“POSITION/SIZE”.
Each time you press or , one of the available
menus appears in the following sequence:
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
AUDIO
“POSITION/SIZE” selected from the main
menu screen
FEATURES
FACTORY DEFAULT
The POSITION/SIZE Menu screen will appear.
* You can also use the
switches on the display’s
control panel to accomplish
these steps.
3
Press
or
“Position”.
4
Press
to select
.
The “Position” adjustment screen will appear.
5
Press
or
to select
“Horizontal” values of screen
position.
6
Press
.
The “Horizontal” adjustment screen will appear.
7
Press
or
to change
horizontal values.
: Moves screen to the right.
: Moves screen to the left.
8
Press
to store.
Press
when you finish.
* Repeat steps 3 to 8 when you wish to make
changes to other options.
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“Position” adjustment screen
Adjusting Screen Position (Position)
Horizontal position (Horizontal)
: Moves screen to the right.
: Moves screen to the left.
→
→
“Position” adjustment screen
Vertical position (Vertical)
: Moves screen up.
→
: Moves screen down.
→
Press
to store.
Adjusting Screen Size (Size)
Screen width (Width)
→
: Increases width.
→
: Reduces width.
“Size” adjustment screen
Screen height (Height)
: Increases height.
→
: Reduces height.
→
Press
to store.
*You cannot adjust screen size in RGB1 (DVI-D) mode.
Setting Range
Video, S-video mode
Comp.video mode
RGB mode
Position
Horizontal: -30 to +30
Vertical
Zoom:
-15 to +15
Others: -7 to +7
-16 to +16
-32 to +32 (for1080I,720P)
RGB-PC: -150 to +150
Decoder: -16 to +16
-32 to +32 (for1080I,720P)
Size
-7 to +7
-4 to +4
RGB-PC: -25 to +50
Decoder: -4 to +4
* On-screen information disappears if you do not take any action for about 60 seconds.
* The following abbreviations used in this document represent input modes in which you can make adjustments:
: Video mode, : S-video mode, : Comp.video mode, : RGB mode
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ADJUSTING AUDIO (AUDIO MENU)
BASIC OPERATION [EX.: ADJUSTING VOLUME BALANCE (Balance)]
You can make changes to all sound adjustment options in the AUDIO Menu.
The changes you make will be stored for the selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any
changes.
1
Press
.
The main menu screen will appear.
2
Press
or
to select “AUDIO”.
Each time you press or , one of the available
menus appears in the following sequence:
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
AUDIO
“AUDIO” selected in the main menu screen
FEATURES
FACTORY DEFAULT
The AUDIO Menu screen will appear.
* You can also use the
switches on the display’s
control panel to accomplish
these steps.
3
Press
or
“Balance”.
4
Press
to select
.
The “Balance” adjustment screen will appear.
5
Press
or
balance.
to adjust the
: Higher volume from the right-hand speaker
: Higher volume from the left-hand speaker
6
Press
to store.
Press
when you finish.
* Repeat steps 3 to 6 when you wish to make
changes to other options.
* Audio Input menu will not be displayed when
“No Audio” is selected. (See P. 35.)
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“Balance” selected in the AUDIO Menu
screen
Adjusting Treble (Treble)
Each audio input
Any value between -6 and +6 can be selected.
: Stronger treble
: Weaker treble
Adjusting Bass (Bass)
Each audio input
Any value between -6 and +6 can be selected.
AUDIO Menu screen
: Stronger bass
: Weaker bass
Adjusting Volume Balance (Balance)
Each audio input
Any value between -10 and +10 can be selected.
: Higher volume from the right-hand speaker
: Higher volume from the left-hand speaker
* On-screen information disappears if you do not take any action for about 60 seconds.
* The following abbreviations used in this document represent input modes in which you can make adjustments:
: Video mode, : S-video mode, : Comp.video mode, : RGB mode
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OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU)
BASIC OPERATION [EX. : SELECTING LANGUAGE (Language)]
You can make the following changes in the FEATURES Menu.
1
Press
.
The main menu screen will appear.
2
Press
or
to select “FEATURES”.
Each time you press or , one of the available
menus appears in the following sequence:
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
AUDIO
“FEATURES” selected in the main menu
screen
FEATURES
FACTORY DEFAULT
The FEATURES Menu screen will appear.
3
* You can also use the
switches on the display’s
control panel to accomplish
these steps.
Press
Menu".
or
to select "On Screen
• Select a desired option for adjustment/setup from
Adjustment, Function, On Screen Menu, Input
Terminal and Others.
4
Press
.
On Screen Menu screen
• On Screen Menu appears.
5
6
Press
or
Press
to select “Language”.
.
The “Language” selection screen will appear.
“Language” selection screen
7
Press
or
language.
8
Press
to select the
.
The menu is displayed in the selected language.
Press
when you finish.
* Repeat steps 3 to 8 when you wish to make changes
to other options.
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• FEATURES setup screen has the following 5 options.
Adjustment
: Can make a fine adjustment of pictures such as Dot Clock, Clamp Position.
Function
: Can make a function setting such as 24 Frame Mode, 3D Y/C. (See P. 32.)
On Screen Menu : Can make a display setting such as OSD, Language. (See P. 32.)
Input Terminal
: Can make an input terminal setting such as Video Input. (See P. 33 - 34.)
Others
: Can make other settings. (See P. 34 - 38.)
ADJUSTMENT
• Adjusting Dot Clock (Dot Clock)
You may find that pictures blur, depending on the clock frequency of your PC’s processor.
If you experience blurring, you can obtain a clearer picture by adjusting the “Dot Clock”.
Use
or
Press
to select a value between -60 and +60.
to store.
• Adjusting Clock Phase (Clock Phase)
You may find that pictures blur, depending on the clock phase of your PC’s processor. If you
experience blurring, you can obtain a clearer picture by adjusting the “Clock Phase”.
Use
or
Auto:
to select "Auto" or "Manual".
Makes automatic adjustment.
Manual: Does not make automatic adjustment.
Use
or
to specify a value between 1 and 32.
When selecting Manual by Clock Phase
to store.
Press
• Eliminating Flicker (Vertical Sync)
Corrects the vertical synchronization signal timing to eliminate vertical flicker.
Use
or
Press
to specify a value between -1 and +1.
to store.
*Some type of signal can not be selected.
• Adjusting Clamp Position (Clamp Position)
Adjusts clamp pulse in accordance with the input signal received from connected equipment.
Use
or
Press
to specify a value between -8 and 8.
to store.
• Selecting the Optimum Dynamic Range of Images (Auto Calibration)
Receives a white screen signal and adjusts the dynamic range of images to the optimum.
(1) Select Auto Calibration and press
.
Auto Calibration screen appears.
(2) Select Execute and press
Press
or
.
to select Yes or No.
"Auto Calibration" setting screen
Yes: Stores the data of Auto Calibration.
No: Disables the execution result of Auto Calibration.
(3) Press
to execute.
"Yes/No" selection screen
* On-screen information disappears if you do not take any action for about 60 seconds.
* The following abbreviations used in this document represent input modes in which you can make adjustments:
: Video mode, : S-video mode, : Comp.video mode, : RGB mode
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OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU)(Continued)
FUNCTION
• Displaying the optimum movie pictures (24 Frame Mode)
Can make the optimum display of 24 frames/second signals such as movie pictures.
Each time you press or , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
On
Off
On : Displays the optimum movie pictures.
Off : Displays normal pictures.
Press
to store.
*Some type of signal can not be selected.
• Setting 3D Y/C Circuit (3D Y/C)
Selects whether to use the 3D Y/C circuit.
Each time you press or , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
On
Off
On : Enables the 3D Y/C circuit.
You can make this selection only for 3.58NTSC signal.You can make the optimum display for the movie film signals.
Off : Enables 3-line.
to store.
Press
ON SCREEN MENU
• Setting Display Information (OSD)
All modes
You can use this option to select whether to display information other than menus. (Error messages
are displayed regardless of what choice you make for this option.)
Each time you press , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
On
Off
On : Displays all information.
Off : Displays only menus and error messages.
Press
to store.
• When rotating text (for installing the display with one of its sides facing down)
Rotating text (OSD Rotate)
All modes
You can use this option to rotate the text.
Each time you press
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
-90 Deg. : Displays text from left to right when the display is installed with the power indicator lamp at the top.
Normal : Displays text normally.
+90 Deg. : Displays text from left to right when the display is installed with the power indicator lamp at the bottom.
Press
to store.
• Selecting Language (Language)
All modes
You can use this option to select the language displayed on the screen.
(1) Select “Language” and press
.
The “Language” selection screen will appear.
(2) Press
or
to select your desired language.
English
Deutsch (German)
Español (Spanish)
Français (French)
Italiano (Italian)
Português (Portuguese)
(3) Press
.
The menu is displayed in the selected language.
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"Language" selection screen
INPUT TERMINAL
• Selecting Video Mode (Video Input)
You can use this option to select the desired video mode of pictures it will receive to the Video Input
terminal.
or
Each time you press
, one of the available modes appears in the following sequence:
Auto:
Automatically selects NTSC, PAL and SECAM.
Other than Auto: You need to select a system appropriate to the input signal.
Press
to store.
• Selecting Video Mode (S-video Input)
You can use this option to select the desired video mode of pictures it will receive to S-video Input
terminal.
or
Each time you press
, one of the available modes appears in the following sequence:
Auto:
Automatically selects NTSC, PAL and SECAM.
Other than Auto: You need to select a system appropriate to the input signal.
Press
to store.
• Selecting BNC Input (BNC-Input)
All modes
You can use this option to select the signal system it will receive to BNC Input terminal.
(1) Select BNC Input and press
.
BNC Input screen appears.
(2) Select the signal system to receive.
Each time you press
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
"BNC-Input" selection screen
Comp.video: For using color difference input.
RGB-PC:
For using PC wih RGB signal input.
Decoder:
(3) Press
For using decoder with RGB signal input.
or
to select Function.
(4) Select Comp.video or Decoder by FUNCTION to set up Mask.
Each time you press
Off:
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Does not mask.
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
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1234567890123456789012345678901
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1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
This fringe part is masked.
Number:Masks the fringe (top, bottom, right and left) of the screen by the number of pixels specified.
(5) Press
to store.
* On-screen information disappears if you do not take any action for about 60 seconds.
* The following abbreviations used in this document represent input modes in which you can make adjustments:
: Video mode, : S-video mode, : Comp.video mode, : RGB mode
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OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU)(Continued)
INPUT TERMINAL
• Selecting D-SUB Input (D-SUB Input)
All modes
You can use this option to select the signal system it will receive to D-SUB Input terminal.
(1) Select D-SUB Input and press
.
D-SUB Input screen appears.
(2) Select the signal system to receive.
Each time you press
RGB-PC
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Decoder
"D-SUB Input" selection screen
RGB-PC: For using RGB for PC
Decoder: For using digital broadcast tuner
(3) Press
or
to select Function.
(4) Select Decoder by FUNCTION to set up Mask.
Each time you press
Off:
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Does not mask.
Number: Masks the fringe (top, bottom, right and left) of the screen by the number of pixels
specified.
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
1234567890123456789012345678901
This fringe part is masked.
OTHERS MENU
• Selecting time before DPMS starts (DPMS)
All modes
You can use this option to select the amount of time before the DPMS function starts.
DPMS (which stands for “display power management signaling”) allows the display to maintain an
automatic power saving function.
This function causes on-screen information to disappear until the next input operation, if the power
is ON and the display has not received any signals for the predetermined period of time. When
DPMS is active, the power indicator lamp turns orange.
(1) Select DPMS and press
.
DPMS screen appears.
(2) Press
or
to select Time.
(3) Each time you press
Off:
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Disables DPMS
Number: Approximate time before DPMS starts. (Unit: minutes)
* The power indicator lamp turns orange while the DPMS is ON.
* The power turns ON automatically when the display receives a signal.
(4) Can specify background color.
Press
or
to select background color.
Each time you press
Black
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
White
Black: Mutes images in Black background.
White: Mutes images in White background.
* Switches approx. 20 seconds after the display stops receiving signals.
(5) Press
to store.
* DPMS does not function in RGB1 mode.
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DPMS selection screen
• Selecting input terminals (Audio Input)
All modes
You can use this option to select one of the two available terminals to receive sound from input
equipment.
(1) Select “Audio Input” and press
.
The “Audio Input” selection screen will appear.
(2) Press
or
to select input equipment.
(3) Select a desired input terminal.
Each time you press
No audio:
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
“Audio Input” selection screen
No sound in the corresponding mode.
Audio 1, Audio 2: Selects Audio 1 or 2 for receiving sound in the corresponding mode.
* Repeat steps (2) and (3) for each piece of input equipment.
(4) Press
to store.
*Audio Input menu will not be displayed when "No Audio"is selected.
• Minimizing phosphor burn-in (Screen Orbiter)
You can use this option to move the screen position to minimize phosphor-induced “burn-in”.
Follow the steps below.
(1) Select “Screen Orbiter” and press
.
The “Screen Orbiter” setting screen will appear.
(2)Press
or
to select “Mode/Time”.
(3)Select a desired pattern.
Each time you press
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
“Screen Orbiter” setting screen
Off:Disables Screen Orbiter.
Time: Moves the pattern approximately every one hour.
Mode: Moves the pattern when the power is turned ON or when you switch between modes.
(4)Press
or
(5) Press
or
to select “Moving Area”.
to select the range for moving the pattern.
Each time you press
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Min.: Pattern moves in small range. (About 5 pixels)
Std.: Pattern moves in moderate range. (About 10 pixels)
Max.: Pattern moves in wide range. (About 15 pixels)
(6) Press
to store.
* On-screen information disappears if you do not take any action for about 60 seconds.
* The following abbreviations used in this document represent input modes in which you can make adjustments:
: Video mode, : S-video mode, : Comp.video mode, : RGB mode
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OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU)(Continued)
Using screen protection functions (examples)
The screen protection functions minimize phosphor burn-in but cannot completely eliminate it.
When using the display occasionally
When using the display continuously
• Select a desired amount of time for “DPMS”.
Thus, when the display does not receive a signal, it will automatically
display white or black over the entire screen. When the predetermined
time elapses, the power will turn OFF.
When switching between RGB and video input modes only
occasionally
(1) Select “Time” for “Mode/Time” with “Screen Orbiter”.
(2) Select a desired range for “Moving Area” with “Screen Orbiter”.
This causes the screen saver pattern to move in the same range at
regular intervals.
When switching between RGB and video input modes
frequently
(1) Select “Mode” for “Mode/Time” with “Screen Orbiter”.
(2) Select a desired range for “Moving Area” with “Screen Orbiter”.
When the mode is switched from Video to RGB, the display position
moves.
• Input mode of priority (Input Priority)
All modes
You can use this option to switch between modes only when a signal is received through the
selected input mode terminal. You cannot switch the input mode.
Each time you press
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Off:
Switches between modes normally.
Other modes: Displays pictures when a signal is received through the selected input mode
terminal.
Press
to store.
*RGB1 mode cannot be selected.
• Assigning Numbers to Displays (Monitor No.)
All modes
When you use two or more displays, you can use a single remote control to control individual
displays by assigning a unique number to each of the displays.
Each time you press
0:
or
, one of the available numbers appears in the following sequence:
You can normally control displays.
You cannot control displays if you press any of [SHIFT 1] through [SHIFT 4].
1–4: Allows you to control a desired display by pressing the corresponding button (one of
[SHIFT 1] through [SHIFT 4]).
When you do not press any of the SHIFT buttons, you can control all displays.
Press
to store.
* You can check the “Monitor No.” on the Information screen. (See P.38.)
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• Setting RGB Input Signal Compulsorily (Direct Setting)
You can use this option to switch the setting for RGB input signal.
Each time you press
or
, one of the available choices appears in the
following sequence:
For RGB1 mode:
For RGB2.3 mode:
Auto:
The optimum display is obtained automatically for input signals.
Others: The optimum resolution setting is fixed for each signal.
Press
to store.
* In Auto mode, the resolution of VGA, WVGA, 480P, XGA, WXGA, SXGA and SXGA+ may
not be automatically distinguished. Switch to the fixed display when the image is not displayed
properly.
• Specifying RGB Input Signal (Code Setting)
You can use this option to specify and display the type of RGB input signal by code number.
Each time you press
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following
sequence:
Auto
Auto:
Manual
Automatically displays the input signal to the optimum.
Manual: Selects RGB code number.
Press
to store.
"Code Setting" setting screen
* In Auto mode, the optimum resolution may not be set up automatically depending on the type of
signal.
Select the type of signal when the image is not displayed properly.
However, note that when the type of signal is selected directly, the signal of other resolution
may not be displayed properly.
• Displaying white over entire screen (White Screen)
All modes
You can use this option to display white over the entire screen to minimize phosphor burn-in.
Each time you press
On
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Off
Off: Does not display white.
On: Displays a white screen immediately.
Press
to store.
* On-screen information disappears if you do not take any action for about 60 seconds.
* The following abbreviations used in this document represent input modes in which you can make adjustments:
: Video mode, : S-video mode, : Comp.video mode, : RGB mode
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OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU)(Continued)
• Setting Exhibition Mode (Exhibition Mode)
All modes
You can use this option to display the enhanced contrast, which is most suitable for the use by
unspecified persons.
Each time you press
On
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Off
On: Sets up Exhibition mode.
Off: Sets up normal mode.
Press
to store.
* In Exhibition mode, the display returns to the original setting in about 5 minutes even if the
adjustment is changed.
* The setup will be cancelled when removing the power plug from the receptacle.
• Horizontal/Vertical installation (Installation)
All modes
You can use this option to setup the number of fan rotation, etc. for horizontal and vertical
installation.
Each time you press
Horizontal
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Vertical
Horizontal:For installing horizontally
Vertical:
For installing vertically
Press
to store.
* Be sure to make this setup when changing the direction of installation.
• Locking Main Unit Button (Key Lock)
All modes
You can use this option to disable the main unit button.
Each time you press
On
or
, one of the available choices appears in the following sequence:
Off
On: Disables the main unit button.
Off: Enables the main unit button.
Press
to store.
• Displaying System Status (Information)
Displays system operation status.
Select “Information” and press
.
The “Information” screen will appear.
Mode:
Input mode appears at the upper right corner of the screen.
Monitor No.:
Monitor number
Freq. Scan Mode: Frequency scanning
Input Signal:
Video mode
Input Sync.:
Signal type
Freq.:
Frequency and polarity (fH, fV)
Preset No.:
RGB code number
Information screen (Video Input Mode)
Information screen (RGB2 Input Mode)
* On-screen information disappears if you do not take any action for about 60 seconds.
* The following abbreviations used in this document represent input modes in which you can make adjustments:
: Video mode, : S-video mode, : Comp.video mode, : RGB mode
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INITIALIZATION OF USER ADJUSTMENT VALUE(FACTORY DEFAULT)
You can restore the values of the adjustment/setting made in the MENU to factory settings.
1
Press
.
The main menu screen will appear.
2
Press
or
DEFAULT”.
to select “FACTORY
“FACTORY DEFAULT” selected in the
main menu screen
Each time you press or , one of the available
menus appears in the following sequence:
PICTURE
POSITION/SIZE
AUDIO
FEATURES
FACTORY DEFAULT
The FEATURES Menu screen will appear.
3
* You can also use the
switches on the display’s
control panel to accomplish
these steps.
Press
.
• Displays the message of whether to proceed
with the initialization.
4
Press
5
Press
or
to select the Yes.
Displays the message of whether to
proceed the initialization
.
• The message of having completed the
initialization will be displayed after initializing.
Press
when you finish.
Displays the message of having
completed the initialization
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OPTIONS
Wall-mounting unit
Vertical: 0° to 5° mounting angle
(for both vertical and horizontal)
Horizontal: 0° to 15° mounting angle
Hanging unit
0° to 15° mounting angle (variable)
P-42WB12
P-42CT11
The pipe is not supplied with the ceilinghanging unit, so consult your produce dealer.
Stand
P-42TT33
Speaker
P-42SP11
(1 set of 2 speakers)
Speaker Stand
P-42ST11
(1 set of 2 speakers stands)
* When installing an option, make sure that all installation requirements for that option (as given in the relevant instruction manual) are met.
* The colors of options do not match the display colors perfectly.
Warning
To prevent injury, fire, and electric shock, arrange for options to be initially installed (or installed at a different location) by your dealer.
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FACTORY SETTINGS
This display can store the latest four types of signals for RGB adjustment value. The fifth input signal will replace the adjustment value
of the first input signal.
To do this, select a desired signal and follow the instructions in “Adjusting Screen Position and Size” on P. 26–27 to adjust the
parameters. When you finish, the settings will be automatically stored. Thus, when the display receives that signal, pictures will be
displayed in accordance with the settings you most recently selected.
Main corresponding signals (RGB mode)
Display (dots x lines)
Horizontal frequency (kHz)
Vertical frequency (Hz)
Signal
640 x 480
31.47
59.94
VGA
640 x 480
37.86
72.81
VGA 72 Hz
640 x 480
37.50
75.00
VGA 75 Hz
640 x 480
43.27
85.01
VGA 85 Hz
720 x 400
31.47
70.09
400 lines
800 x 600
37.88
60.32
SVGA 60 Hz
800 x 600
48.08
72.19
SVGA 72 Hz
800 x 600
46.88
75.00
SVGA 75 Hz
800 x 600
53.67
85.06
SVGA 85 Hz
1024 x 768
48.36
60.00
XGA 60 Hz
1024 x 768
56.48
70.07
XGA 70 Hz
1024 x 768
60.02
75.03
XGA 75 Hz
1280 x 1024
63.98
60.02
SXGA 60 Hz
1280 x 1024
79.98
75.03
SXGA 75 Hz
640 x 480
35.00
66.67
MAC 13RGB
848 x 480
31.02
60.00
852 x 480
31.72
59.97
720 x 485
15.73
59.94
60 fields
720 x 575
15.63
50.00
50 fields
640 x 400
31.50
70.15
NEC 31 kHz
* With some input signals, “Out of range” may appear even when the horizontal and vertical frequencies are within their permissible ranges. Make
sure that the vertical frequency of the input signal is 85 Hz or less for SVGA, 75 Hz or less for XVGA/ SXGA.
In the Comp.video and Video/S-video modes, the display has been factory-set as follows for different input signals:
Main corresponding signals (Comp.video mode)
Horizontal
frequency (kHz)
Vertical
frequency (Hz)
Signal
Main corresponding signals (Video, S-video mode)
Horizontal
frequency (kHz)
Vertical
frequency (Hz)
Signal
15.73
59.94
SDTV 480I
15.73
59.94
NTSC
15.63
50.00
SDTV 576I
15.63
50.00
PAL
31.47
59.94
SDTV 480P
15.63
50.00
SECAM
31.25
50.00
SDTV 576P
15.63
59.52
PAL60
45.00
60.00
HDTV 720P
15.63
50.00
N-PAL
37.50
50.00
HDTV 720P
15.73
59.95
M-PAL
33.75
60.00
HDTV 1080I
15.73
59.94
4.43NTSC
28.13
50.00
HDTV 1080I
• With the 800 x 600, 1024 x 768 and 1280 x 1024 modes, pictures of reduced size are displayed on the screen, using size reduction and interpolation.
Note also that on-screen information is also displayed in reduced size.
• “Out of range” appears if the display receives a signal whose characteristic does not fall within the display’s permissible range.
• You can check input signals through “Information” on the FEATURES Menu screen. (See P. 38.)
• All terms (i.e., company and product names) used in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks.
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SPECIFICATION
Model
PDS4233W/PDS4234W
Screen size
42" wide screen: 92.0 cm (W) x 51.8 cm (H) (105.6 cm diagonal)
36.2 inch (W) x 20.4 inch (H) (41.6 inch diagonal)
Aspect ratio
16:9 (wide)
Weight
28.5 kg / 62.8 lbs
Outer dimensions
103.5 (W) x 64.0 (H) x 8.5 (D) cm / 40.7 (W) x 25.2 (H) x 3.3 (D) inch
Power supply
100–240 VAC 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
3.5 A
Screen dimensions
92.0 (W) x 51.8 (H) cm / 36.2 (W) x 20.4 (H) inch
Number of pixels
852 (H) x 480 (V)
Display modes
Video, S-video input:
Normal/Auto/Wide1/Wide2/Zoom1/Zoom2
Component video input: Normal/Wide1/Wide2/Zoom1/Zoom2
RGB:
Colors
Normal/Wide/Zoom
16.77 million (for each of 256 RGB gradations)
External equipment terminals
Video input terminals
Video input
1 BNC terminal
1 Vp-p/75 Ω
S-video input
1 S terminal
Y:
C:
Component video input (color difference input)
3 BNC terminals
Y:
1 Vp-p/75 Ω
PB/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω
PR/R-Y: 0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω
1 Vp-p/75 Ω
0.286 Vp-p/75 Ω
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
Applicable systems
NTSC/PAL/SECAM/PAL60/N-PAL/M-PAL/4.43NTSC
PC input terminal
RGB1 input terminal
RGB2 input terminal
RGB3 input terminal
1 DVI-D terminal
mD-sub, 3 rows, 15-pin
Picture signal: 0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω
Synchronization signal:TTL level
5 BNC terminals
R:0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω
G:0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω
B:0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω
H:TTL level or 0.3 Vp-p/75 Ω
V:TTL level or 0.3 Vp-p/75 Ω
Sound terminals
2 sound input pin jacks (L/R) (2 lines)
500 mVrms/at least 22kΩ
Control terminal
1 RS-232C connector (D-sub 9-pin)
External speaker output terminal
Lever terminal, 1 line (L/R)
Effective max. output: 9 W + 9 W (EIAJ), 8 Ω
Operating conditions
Temperature: 0 to 40 °C / 32 to 104 °F
Humidity:
20 to 90 %
Accessories
1 remote control, 2AA batteries, 1 instruction manual, 1 power cable, 2 ferrite cores
• Specifications and external appearance may be change for the sake of improvement.
•
is a worldwide trademark of Fujitsu General Limited and is a registered trademark in Japan, the U.S.A. and other countries or areas.
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Regulation --- PDS4233W
• UL, CSA
EMC:
• CE Safety:
EMC:
Safety: UL1950/CSA C22.2 No.950
FCC Part 15 Class A, ICES-003 Class A
EN60950 1992, A1: 1993, A2: 1993, A3: 1995, A4: 1997
EN55022
1998, Class A
EN61000-3-2 1995
EN61000-3-3 1995
EN55024
1998
EN61000-4-2 1995
EN61000-4-3 1996
EN61000-4-4 1995
EN61000-4-5 1995
EN61000-4-6 1996
EN61000-4-8 1993
EN61000-4-11 1994
• AS Safety: IEC60950 A1/A2/A3/A4
EMC: AS/NZS 3548
Regulation --- PDS4234W
• UL, CSA
EMC:
• CE Safety:
EMC:
Safety: UL1950/CSA C22.2 No.950
FCC Part 15 Class B, ICES-003 Class B
EN60950 1992, A1: 1993, A2: 1993, A3: 1995, A4: 1997
EN55022
1998, Class B
EN61000-3-2 1995
EN61000-3-3 1995
EN55024
1998
EN61000-4-2 1995
EN61000-4-3 1996
EN61000-4-4 1995
EN61000-4-5 1995
EN61000-4-6 1996
EN61000-4-8 1993
EN61000-4-11 1994
• AS Safety: IEC60950 A1/A2/A3/A4
EMC: AS/NZS 3548
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Precautions
Cleaning the Cabinet and Remote Control
Be sure to remove the power plug from the receptacle before
cleaning the display.
Be sure not to clean the display using a cloth dampened with
volatile solvents, such as benzene or thinner. Such solvents can
harm the display’s cabinet, the filter at the screen front, and the
remote control. They can also cause paint to come off these
sections.
Use a soft cloth for cleaning.
If the cabinet or remote control is heavily stained, soak a soft cloth
in a mixture of water and detergent and squeeze it dry before
wiping off the stains. Use a soft, dry cloth for final cleaning.
Cleaning the Screen
Clean the screen gently with a soft cloth.
The screen surface is fragile. Never attempt to clean it with a hard
material, press on it forcefully, or tap it.
Cleaning the ventilation grille
Remove dust from the ventilation grille in the rear of the main unit
periodically with a vacuum cleaner as the accumulated dust can
increase the internal temperature of the main unit causing machine
failure or fire hazard.
HANDY TIPS
In the event of problems with the display, check the following explanations before contacting your dealer for servicing.
Problem
Action
• Power does not turn ON.
• Check whether the power plug is securely inserted into the receptacle.
• No pictures are displayed.
• Check cables for disconnection.
• Check whether the power for all input equipment is ON.
• Check for connection to wrong terminals or for wrong input mode.
• Check whether the input mode display is colored pink.Special setup may have been
made. Return to original setup or initialize the User adjustment value.
• Remote control does not function properly.
• Check for incorrect battery orientation.
• Check for dead batteries.
• Check for distance from the display.
• Check whether you are pointing the remote control transmitter properly at the display’s
receiver.
• Check for any obstacle between the remote control and the display.
• This sound is produced when the cabinet expands or contracts due to variations in
temperature. This sound does not indicate that the display has a problem.
• The display has fans to maintain the temperature of internal components at a constant
level. This sound is produced by the fan as it rotates.
• Check whether your AV equipment is affected by interference from automobiles, trains,
high-voltage transmission lines, neon signs or other potential sources of interference.
• Check whether all picture adjustments have been properly made.
(See “Adjusting Pictures” on P. 24–25.)
• Check whether screen position and size have been properly adjusted.
(See “Adjusting Screen Position and Size” on P. 26–27.)
• Check cables for disconnection.
• Check whether you have selected “No Audio” for the “Audio Input” setting.
(See “Features” on P. 35.)
• Check whether you have selected “Input Priority”.(See “Features” on P. 36.)
• Input proper signals.
Make sure that the vertical frequency of the input signal is 85 Hz or less for SVGA, 75
Hz or less for XVGA / SXGA.
• The display makes a snapping sound.
• The display makes a buzzing sound.
• There are spots on the screen.
• Degraded colors/tints
• Improper screen position/size
• No sound from speakers
• No sound
• If “Invalid operation” appears.
• If “Out of range” appears, the display is
receiving a signal whose picture or signal
cannot be reproduced by the display.
• The screen turns to black and white.
• Input proper signals.
Make sure that the vertical frequency of the input signal is 85 Hz or less for SVGA, 75
Hz or less for XVGA / SXGA.
• If “Error message Condition 1” appears,
the fan is defective.
• If “Error message Condition 2” appears,
the display’s internal components are
extremely hot.
• Remove the power plug from the receptacle, and contact your dealer for repairs.
• If the power indicator lamp flashes red.
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• Remove the power plug from the receptacle. (You can turn the power back ON again
when the components have cooled sufficiently.) If the message appears again when you
turn the power back on, remove the power plug from the receptacle, and contact your
dealer for a repairs.
• Remove the power plug from the receptacle, and inform your dealer about how the lamp
flashed.
As explained below, the power indicator lamp flashes differently depending on the type
of problem:
– Flashes repeatedly: Improper supply voltage level
– Flashes once: Malfunction by the fan
– Flashes twice: Excessive temperature
– Flashes three times or more: Other problems
1116, Suenaga, Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki 213-8502, Japan
8112778015
Printed in Japan
A list of errata.
P.44
SPECIFICATION
Screen size
(error) 92.0 cm(W) x 51.8 cm(H) (105.6 cm diagonal)
36.2 inch(W) x 20.4 inch(H) (41.6 inch diagonal)
↓
(exactly) 92.1 cm(W) x 51.8 cm(H) (105.7 cm diagonal)
36.3 inch(W) x 20.4 inch(H) (41.6 inch diagonal)
P.44
SPECIFICATION
Operating conditions
(error) Humidity:
20 to 90 %
↓
(exactly)
Humidity:
20 to 80 %