Garmin 525 GPS Receiver User Manual

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User Manual BDH5011
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
2. FCC Statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
3. Cleaning and Maintenance
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4. Product Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
5. Package Contents
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6. Understanding your Display
6.1 Front View . . . . . . . . .
6.2 Rear View . . . . . . . . .
6.3 Remote Control . . . .
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7. Connecting the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.1 Connecting a DVD Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2 Connecting a HDTV Decoder Set-Top Box . . . .
7.3 Connecting a VCR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.4 External Audio Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.5 Connecting a PC Using RGB or DVI Video Input
7.6 RS-232 Remote Control Connections . . . . . . . .
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8. Using your Display - Basics .
8.1 Powering ON / OFF . .
8.2 Selecting Signal Source .
8.3 Adjusting Sound Volume
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9. Using with HDTV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
9.1 Understanding HDTV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
10. Advanced Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.1 Picture-In-Picture (PIP) / Side-by-Side Picture (POP)
10.2 Widescreen (16:9 Aspect Ratio) Viewing Modes . .
10.3 On-Screen Display (OSD) Settings . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.4 Sleep Timer Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.5 Variable and Fixed Audio Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.6 Sound Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.7 Inner speaker ON/OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.8 Signal Frequency Information Display . . . . . . . . . . .
11. Picture Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.1 For AV/Component Video (480i signal)
11.2 For Component Video (480p, 720p and
11.2 For Component Video (480p, 720p and
11.3 For RGB / DVI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1080i signal) . . . . . . .
1080i signal) - Contd.
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12. Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
13. Specifications
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14. Wall Mount (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
15. Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
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1.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrow-head symbol
within a triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage
within the product enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shocks to persons.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
remove the front or back covers.
No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing
to qualified service personnel only.
The exclamation point within a triangle
is intended to tell the user that important
operating and servicing instructions are
explained.
WARNINGS & PRECAUTIONS
• To prevent damage which may result in fire
or shock hazard, do not expose this product
to rain or moisture.
• To prevent electric shock, do not remove
cover. No user serviceable parts are inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel
only.
• Keep display away from excessive dust, high
temperatures, moisture or direct sunlight.
• Use in a well-ventilated area and do not
cover ventilation openings.
• Unauthorized modification of this equipment
or using an unshielded connecting cable may
cause excessive interference.
• When the display is not in use for a long
period of time, disconnect it from the
electric outlet.
• If the picture displayed is in any way
abnormal, turn off the unit and disconnect it
from the electric outlet.Verify your signal
wire connections and reconnect the display
to the electric outlet.
• Disconnect from the electric outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol
cleaners. Use only a slightly damp cloth for
cleaning.
• Do not place this product on an unstable
cart, stand or table.The product may fall,
causing serious damage.
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Do not place the unit on a bed, sofa, rug, or
other similar surface. Never place the unit
near or over a radiator or heat source.
Do not install unit in an enclosed area unless
proper ventilation is provided.
The unit should be operated from the type
of power source indicated on the label. If the
type of available power is unknown, consult
your dealer or local power company.
The unit is equipped with a 3-pin grounded
plug.The plug will only fit into a grounded
power outlet.This is a safety feature. If you
are unable to insert the plug into the outlet,
contact your electrician. Do not alter the
plug; this will defeat the safety feature.
Do not rest objects on the power cable and
avoid placing power cable near high traffic
areas.
Do not overload wall outlets and extension
cables as this can result in a risk of fire or
electric shock.
Disconnect the unit from the mains supply
and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following conditions:
• Power cable or plug is damaged or frayed.
• Liquid has been spilled into the product.
• Unit has been exposed to water or
moisture.
• Unit does not operate normally when the
operating instructions are followed. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by
the operating instructions, improper
adjustment of other controls may result in
damage which often requires extensive
work by a qualified technician to restore
the unit to normal operation.
• Unit has been dropped or the cabinet has
been damaged.
• Unit exhibits a distinct change in
performance, indicating a need for service.
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2.
FCC STATEMENT
FCC Compliance Statement
The equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of 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 strict accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
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 decrease the
interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the distance between the equipment
and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area
is likely to cause harmful interference in which
case the user will be required to decrease the
interference at the owner’s expense.
Shielded interconnected cables and shielded
power cords must be used with this equipment
to ensure compliance with the pertinent RF
emission limits governing this device.
Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment and
void the warranty.
Canadian Compliance Statement
This Class B digital apparatus meets all
requirements of the Canadian Interference
Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B respecte
toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le
matériel brouilleur du Canada.
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3.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Cautions When Using the Plasma Display
• Do not bring your hands, face or objects
close to the ventilation holes of the plasma
display.Top of plasma display is usually very
hot due to the high temperature of exhaust
air being released through the ventilation
holes. Burns or personal injuries may occur if
any body parts are brought too close. Placing
any object near the top of the display could
also result in heat related damages to the
object as well as to the display itself.
• Be sure to disconnect all cables before
moving the plasma display. Moving the display
with its cables attached may damage the
cables, and thus, cause fire or electric shock
danger.
• Disconnect the power plug from the wall
outlet as a safety precaution before carrying
out any type of cleaning or maintenance
procedure.
Front Panel Cleaning Instructions
• The front of the display has been specially
treated.Wipe the surface gently using only a
cleaning cloth or a soft, lint-free cloth.
• If the surface is particularly dirty, soak a soft,
lint-free cloth in a mild detergent solution.
Wring the cloth to remove excessive liquid.
Wipe the surface of the display to remove
dirt.Then use a dry cloth of the same type
to dry the surface.
• Do not scratch or hit the surface of the
panel with fingers or hard objects of any
kind.
• Do not use volatile substances such as insect
sprays, solvents and thinners.
Cabinet Cleaning Instructions
• If the cabinet becomes dirty, wipe the
cabinet with a soft, dry cloth.
• If the cabinet is extremely dirty, soak a lintfree cloth in a mild detergent solution.Wring
the cloth to remove as much moisture as
possible.Wipe the cabinet.Then use a dry
cloth of the same type to dry the surface.
• Do not allow any water or detergent to
come into contact with the surface of the
display.
If water or moisture gets inside the unit,
operating problems and electrical hazards
may occur.
• Do not scratch or hit the cabinet with hard
objects of any kind.
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• Do not use volatile substances such as insect
sprays, solvents and thinners on the cabinet.
• Do not place anything made from rubber or
PVC near the cabinet for extended periods
of time.
Avoid Still Images
• Do not allow a still picture to be displayed
for extended periods of time.This can cause
a permanent image to remain on the plasma
display. Examples of still images may include:
still computer images, still video game
images, still logos or pictures, text and
images displayed in 4:3 Normal mode.
Contents of this manual is subject to
change without notice.
Trademark Credits
• VGA is a trademark of IBM Corporation.
• Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple
Computer Corporation.
• SVGA is a registered trademark of the Video
Electronics Standard Association.
• All other trademarks are the properties of
their respective owners.
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4.
PRODUCT FEATURES
• Advanced Digital Image Processing
Advanced digital processor with adaptive
motion de-interlacing converts all 15KHz
signals into progressive scan for a brighter,
flicker free image.
• Pull-Down for Film Scan Conversion
Built-in 3:2 pull-down processing can
automatically detect and convert film
content to properly display with minimal
motion artifacts.
• 3D Comb Filter
Built-in 3D comb filter converts analog signal
into a digital signal for more accurate
processing, eliminating cross-color
interference for superior NTSC video
performance.
• Dual HD Component Video Inputs
Two high-definition component video inputs
with auto-detection capabilities will
automatically synchronize the display to
match the incoming signal source without
manual intervention.
• Picture-in-Picture (PIP)
Watch two programs simultaneously using
the display’s picture-in-picture with four
selectable window position settings.
• Side-by-Side Picture (POP)
Watch two programs simultaneously by
splitting the screen in half.
• HDTV Signal Compatible
This display is capable of accepting 1080i and
720p HDTV signals via an external HDTV
decoder with RGB or Component Video
outputs.
• Digital Zoom Modes
Digital zoom modes gets rid of black bars
common to non-16:9 aspect ratio movie
content.
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• DVI Digital Video Interface with HDCP
(High-Bandwidth Digital Content
Protection Protocol) Standard DVI interface
supports the lastest in digital video
peripherals equipped with DVI HDCP digital
video output(s).This means that digital
content can now be passed from sources
such as a digital DVD player, directly to this
display without digital-to-analog conversion
that causes loss of video quality. Direct
digital-to-digital connection ensures the
absolute best in video quality.
• 280x1024 SXGA Support
The onboard digital scaling engine can accept
various PC and HDTV signals and digitally
map the signals to fit within 1366 x 768
pixels.
• Discrete Power ON/OFF
Separate Power ON/OFF buttons on the
remote control facilitates the recording of IR
macros with advanced system setups.
• Direct Input Selection Buttons
Separate input selection keys on the remote
control allow quick and easy selection of
various inputs.
• RS-232 Serial Connection
The RS-232 command set includes front
panel lock, input selection, power on/off,
volume and other standard RS-232 command
controls.
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5.
PACKAGE CONTENTS
Supplied Accessories
Please verify that you received the following
items with your package content:
Plasma Display
Remote Control
User Manual
Power Cable
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VGA Cable
Batteries
Optional Accessories
The following accessories are available and may
be purchased from your local sales
representative:
• Wall Mount
• Composite Video Cable (RCA)
• S-Video Cable (Mini-Din)
• Component Video Cable (RCA to RCA)
• Audio Cable (RCA Cable)
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6. UNDERSTANDING YOUR DISPLAY
6.1
Front View
Power (Standby) Button
Turns power on/off from standby mode.
There is a 3-second wait between on/off cycles.
Status LED:
• Not Illuminated - No AC Power
detected
If the main power switch (rear of panel) is
turned off, this LED will not illuminate.
• Solid Yellow - Standby (Power OFF)
with AC power detected
The LED will illuminate in yellow color if the
display is shut-off but the main power cord is
plugged into the back of the unit.
• Solid Green - Power ON
• Input Button
Use this button to switch between available
inputs.
• Menu +/- Buttons
Use this menu to engage the On Screen
Display menu.
• Volume Adjustment +/- Buttons
Use these buttons to adjust volume up and
down.
These buttons also serve as adjustment
buttons when the On Screen Display is
engaged.
6.2
VIDEO CONNECTORS
RGB IN
RGB IN
RGB OUT
RGB OUT
DVI IN
RS-232
DVI IN
RS-232
RGB / COMPUTER RELATED CONNECTORS
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Remote Control
1. Standby Power On/Off
Push this button to switch on the display
from Standby mode. Push it again to switch
off to Standby mode.
2. Number Keypad
These buttons are not applicable for this
display.
3. QuickView
This button is not applicable for this display.
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4. PIP/POP Source
Changes the input source of the PIP or POP
sub-window. (See Chapter 10.1)
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5. PIP (Picture-in-Picture Button)
Turns on PIP (Picture-in-Picture) mode and
POP (Side-by-Side) picture mode.
(See chapter 10.1).
6. Favorite Channel
This button is not applicable for this display.
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7. Closed Captioning|
This button is not applicable for this display.
8. V-Chip
These buttons are not applicable for this
display.
9. MTS Stereo
This button is not applicable for this display.
10. Channel Lock / Fav. Set
These buttons are not applicable for this
display.
11. Sleep Timer
Engages Sleep Timer Settings.
(See Chapter 10.4).
12. Discrete Power ON/OFF
Press OFF to switch the display to Standby
mode. Press ON to power on from standby
mode.
13. Direct Input Selection Buttons
Direct input signal selection by pressing the
appropriate button.
14. Sound Mute On/Off
15. Volume +/Turns volume up or down.
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17. Swap
This button swaps the main and sub picture
windows under PIP or POP modes.
(See chapter 10.)
18. PIP Position
This button changes the PIP sub-window to
4 different corner locations.
(See Chapter 10.)
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16. Channel Up/Down
These buttons are not applicable to this
display.
19. Input Select
Press to select input signal modes
sequentially. (See Chapter 8.2.)
20. MENU Adjustment
1. Show OSD menu by pressing
or
button or MENU button.
2. Scroll through the major OSD category
using
or
button.
3. Press
or
button again to select
sub-options within the category.
4. Press
or
buttons to change the
actual sub-option setting.
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21. Recall
Recalls the default picture settings.
(See Chapter 11.)
22. Display
Press to show the status of the display.
AV Mode (PIP/POP On)
AV1
Main Source
AV2
PIP/POP Source
PIP
Component Mode
COMPONENT 1
Main Source
1080I
Incoming Signal
RGB
Main Source
M:06
Display Mode
RGB Mode
23. Wide
Toggles between various aspect ratio
settings. (See Chapter 10.2.)
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7.
CONNECTING THE DISPLAY
7.1
Connecting a DVD Player
Using Component Video Input
1. Connect the green-colored (labeled as Y)
jack from the DVD to the green-colored
Y1-jack of the display.
2. Connect the red-colored (labeled as PR or
CR) jack from the DVD to the red-colored
PR1/CR1 jack of the display.
3. Connect the blue-colored (labeled as PB or
CB) jack from the DVD to the blue-colored
PB1/CB1 jack of the display.
4. Connect the red (R) and white (L) audio
jacks from the DVD to the R and L audio-in
jacks located next to the PR1/CR1 connector.
Note:
There are two sets of component inputs
provided.You can use either set of
component inputs to connect your DVD.
Using S-Video Input
1. Connect the S-Video (4-pin DIN) connector
from the DVD to the S-VIDEO input on
the back of display.
2. Connect the red (R) and white (L) audio
jacks from the DVD to the R and L audio-in
jacks located next to the S-VIDEO connector.
Using Composite (AV) Video Input
1. Connect the yellow (video) connector from
the DVD to the yellow VIDEO 1 input on
the back of display.
2. Connect the red (R) and white (L) audio
jacks from the DVD to the R and L audio-in
jacks located next to the yellow VIDEO 1
connector.
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7.2
Connecting a HDTV
Decoder Set-Top Box
Using Component Video Input
1. Connect the green (labeled as Y) jack from
the HDTV Set-top box to the green Y1 jack
of the display.
2. Connect the red (labeled as PR or CR) jack
from the HDTV Set-top box to the red
PR1/CR1 jack of the display.
3. Connect the blue (labeled as PB or CB)
jack from the HDTV Set-top box to the blue
PB1/CB jack of the display.
4. Connect the red (R) and white (L) audio
jacks from the HDTV Set-top box to the R
and L audio-in jacks located next to the
PR1/CR connector.
Using RGB Input
1. Connect the 15-pin D-Sub RGB connector
from the back of the HDTV Set-top box to
the RGB-IN connector located on the back
of the display.
2. Connect the red (R) and white (L) audio-out
jacks from the HDTV Set-top box to the R
and L audio-in jacks located to the left of the
S-VIDEO connector.
7.3
Connecting a VCR
Using S-Video Input
1. Connect the S-Video (4-pin DIN) connector
from the VCR to the S-VIDEO input on the
back of display.
2. Connect the red (R) and white (L) audio
jacks from the VCR to the R and L audio-in
jacks located next to the S-VIDEO
connector.
Using Composite Input
1. Connect the yellow (video) out connector
from the VCR to the yellow Video 1 input on
the back of the display.
2. Connect the red (R) and white (L) audio-out
jacks from the VCR to the R and L audio-in
jacks located next to the yellow Video
connector.
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7.4
External Audio Connections
Connecting External Amplified Speakers
1. This display can be connected to an external
set of amplified speakers using the AUDIO
OUT jacks located on the back of the
display. In addition, this display is equipped
with a small 3.5 mm phono style plug for
remote turn-on applications that will automatically send a remote turn-on/off signal to
the external amplified speakers.
2. Connect the red (R) and white (L) AUDIO
OUT jacks at the right hand side of the
connector panel to the external amplified
speaker.
3. As an option, you may use the remote turnon plug. Please note that not all external
amplified speakers can accept remote-turn
on signals.
Connecting to an External Amplifier
1. This display can be connected to an external
amplifier using the AUDIO OUT jacks
located on the back of the display. In
addition, this display is equipped with a small
3.5 mm phono style plug for remote turn-on
applications that will automatically send a
remote turn-on/off signal to the external
amplifier.
2. Connect the red (R) and white (L) AUDIO
OUT jacks from right side of the connector
panel to the external amplifier or receiver.
3. As an option, you may use the remote turnon plug. Please note that not all external
amplifiers can accept remote-turn on signals.
Using the Subwoofer Out
(Connecting a Subwoofer)
1. This display is equipped with a subwoofer
output for connecting to an external
amplified subwoofer.
2. Connect the subwoofer output jack to the
external subwoofer using an RCA cable.
Notes:
• The AUDIO OUT RCA jacks can be set to
either Fixed or Variable audio output levels.
(See Chapter 10.5 for more information).
• The RCA subwoofer outputs frequencies
below 120Hz.The subwoofer will use the
same Fixed or Variable audio output setting
as AUDIO OUT RCA jacks.
• The 3.5mm phono/earphone output level is
always used for remote turn on/off
applications.
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7.5
Connecting a PC Using RGB
or DVI Video Input
1. For most PC’s, connect the 15-pin D-Sub
RGB connector from the back of the PC to
the RGB-IN connector located on the back
of the display. If you have a PC that is
equipped with a DVI (Digital Visual Interface),
you may connect the PC DVI connector
from the back of the PC to the DVI-In
connector located on the back of the display.
2. Connect the red (R) and white (L) audio
jacks from the PC to the R and L jacks
located to the left of the S-VIDEO
connector. If you are using a DVI interface,
simply connect the (R) and (L) audio jacks to
the R and L jacks located to the left of the
VIDEO 1 connector.
Notes:
• Your PC may have audio jacks in the form of
a 3.5mm phono plug. If this is the case, you
will need to use a phono-plug to RCA
converter cable in order to connect audio.
• A RGB loop-out labeled iaRGB OutlB will
allow another RGB display to be connected.
The RGB loop-out will display the same
signal as the RGB In signal source.
• The physical display resolution is a maximum
of 1024x768 dots when aspect ratio is set to
4:3 and 1366x768 dots when set to 16:9.
If the PC’s display resolution exceeds these
maximums, the display will have to artificially
eliminate dots in order to fit within the
physical dot capability of the display.
Therefore, it is possible that the display may
not be able to show details with adequate
clarity.
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7.6
RS-232 Remote Control
Connections
RS-232 Serial Terminal Overview
This display is equipped with an RS-232 serial
terminal for using the display with computer
controls.The RS-232 serial terminal conforms to
the RS-232C interface specification.The
computer will require a software application
(such as programming language software) which
allows the computer to send and receive control
data that can support the communications
parameters listed below.
Communications Parameters
These parameters are required to setup
communications with the display.
Specification:
RS-232C
Sync Method:
Synchronous
Baud Rate:
9600 bps
Parity:
None
Character:
Length 8 Bits
Stop Bit:
1 Bits
5
1
9
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Pin Layout for RS-232 Terminal
The RS-232C terminal pin layout is as follows:
Pin 1: Received Line Signal Detector (Data
Carrier Detect)
Pin 2: Received Data (RXD)
Pin 3: Transmit Data (TXD)
Pin 4: Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
Pin 5: Signal Ground
Pin 6: Data Set Ready (DSR)
Pin 7: Request To Send (RTS)
Pin 8: Clear To Send (CTS)
Pin 9: Ring Indicator
Basic Format for Command Parameters
In order to transmit data from the computer to
the display, the data must be sent in 1-byte-hex
format.
The command code (see table below) must first
be sent to the display, followed by the desired
value setting in hexadecimal format.
The following is an example of a sequence to
change the displays input to RGB:
Step 1: Send 1-byte for command 91 (input
select) to the display in hex format 0x91
Step 2: Send 1-byte for the value of the RGB
input. In this example, send 0x06.
Step 3: The display will respond back to
the PC with a 1-byte value to confirm
the setting.
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Notes:
• To connect a PC to the display’s RS-232
port, you must use a straight-through RS-232
cable where pins 2 (RX) and 3 (TX) are not
reversed at one end.
• If there is no data to be sent, then it is not
necessary to send the parameter signal.
• If multiple commands are transmitted, make
sure to wait for the response for the first
command to come from the display before
sending the next command. Normally the
sent data byte will be returned as an answer.
In case of an error the next signals will be
returned:
RESPONSE: 70h = MODE ERROR
71h = TEM ERROR
72h = FORMAT ERROR
Command Parameters
These remote control commands are available to
send to the display using RS-232.
Item
Cmd
Data
Details
Read
80
81-A7
Reads the
displays current
settings for
command 81
thru A7
Volume
Power On/Off
Brightness
Contrast
V-Size
V-Position
H-Size
H-Position
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Input Select
81
83
85
86
87
88
89
8A
8E
8F
90
91
01-64H
00-01
01-64H
01-64H
01-64H
01-64H
01-64H
01-64H
01-64H
01-64H
01-64H
00-07
Set between 01-64H
00=Off, 01=On
Recall
Mute On/Off
PanelKey Lock
92
95
96
00
00-01
00-01
00=Initiate a recall
00=Off 01=On
00=Off 01=On
Language
97
00-02
00=English,
01=French,
02=Spanish
Color Temp
98
00-03
00=High, 01=Mid,
02=Low,
03=6500D
Bass
Treble
Balance
9A
9B
9C
01-64H
01-64H
01-64H
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00=TV, 01=AV1,
02=AV2, 03=AV3,
04=Component 1
05=Component 2
06=RGB,
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Item
Cmd
Data
Details
Woofer
BBE
9D
9E
00-01
00-01
00=Off, 01=On
00=Off, 01=On
Surround
9F
00-02
00=Off, 01=3D
Stereo,
02=3D Mono
RF Input
A0
00-01
00=Air, 01=Cable
Full Search
A1
00
00=initiate full
search
MTS
A4
00-02
00=Stereo,
01=Mono, 02=SAP
Zoom
A5
00-05
00=16:9,
01=Panorama,
02=4:3, 03=Zoom1,
04=Zoom 2,
05=Zoom3
PIP/POP
A7
00-03
00=Normal, 01=PIP,
02=POP1, 03=POP2
(4:3), 04=POP3
(16:9).
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8.
USING YOUR DISPLAY - BASICS
8.1
POWER (Toggle)
DISCRETE
POWER ON/OFF
Powering ON / OFF
Using Front Panel or Remote Control
1. Make sure the display is plugged into the wall
outlet and the main AC switch located at the
rear side of the display is switched to ON
position. If the power is plugged in and the
AC switch is on, the STATUS LED will
illuminate solid yellow.
2. Press the POWER button on the front panel
or on the remote control.
3. The display will turn on after a brief pause.
The STATUS LED will turn green to indicate
the power on status.
4. To turn power off, simply press the POWER
button on the front panel or on the remote
control once again.
Using Discrete Power ON/OFF Buttons
1. The discrete POWER ON/OFF buttons send
two discrete signals to the display.
2. To turn power on, simply press the POWER
ON button. If the display is already switched
on, pressing this button will have no effect.
3. To turn off power, simply press the POWER
OFF button. If the display is already switched
off, pressing this button will have no effect.
Status LED
• Not Illuminated - No AC Power detected.
If the main power switch (rear of panel) is
switched off, this LED will not illuminate.
• Solid Yellow - Standby (Power OFF) with AC
power detected.The LED will illuminate
yellow if the display is switched off while the
main power cord is plugged in.
• Solid Green - Power ON
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8.2
Selecting Signal Source
Using Front Panel or Remote Control
1. Press the INPUT button on the front panel
or the INPUT SELECT button on the
remote control.
2. Pressing the INPUT button will cycle the
display through all available input signal
sources in the following order:
AV
DVI
INPUT SELECT
(Toggle)
DIRECT INPUT
SELECTING KEYS
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT1
RGB
COMPONENT2
Using Direct Input Selection Buttons
1. If you prefer not to cycle through all
available inputs, you can use the Direct Input
Selection buttons located at the bottom of
the remote control.
2. Simply select the input that you would like
to switch to and press the Direct Input
Selection button for that input.
Notes:
• Some of the Direct Input Selection buttons
will not be applicable for this display.
For AV mode, use AV1.
For S-Video, use AV2.
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8.3
Adjusting Sound Volume
Using Front Panel or Remote Control
1. To increase the sound volume, press
VOLUME + on either the front panel of
display or on the remote control.
2. To decrease the sound volume, press
VOLUME - On either the front panel of
display or on the remote control.
MUTE
VOLUME +/-
Using MUTE
1. If you temporarily would like to have no
sound, simply press the MUTE button to
silence the volume.
2. When the display’s volume is muted, the
display will show MUTE on the upper right
corner of the screen.
3. To disengage the mute mode, simply press
the MUTE button or the VOLUME +/button again.
Notes:
• If the display’s built-in speakers are turned off
using the OSD, then volume controls will not
affect volume generated by the built-in
speaker.
• Volume controls are valid when audio output
is set to VARIABLE. (See Chapter 10.5.)
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9.
USING WITH HDTV
9.1
Understanding HDTV
What is Digital Television or DTV?
Digital TVs are able to receive and display digital
television broadcasts, sent using one of the three
following categories: HDTV (High Definition TV),
EDTV (Enhanced Digital TV), and SDTV
(Standard Definition TV).
What is the Difference Between HDTV,
EDTV, and SDTV?
HDTV, EDTV and SDTV are three types of
television or displays.They reference the
maximum resolution capability of a digital
television or display to fully display digital
broadcasts without having to ‘down-convert’ the
actual signal content to fit the display’s
limitations.The resolution requirements for each
of the three DTV classifications and an
explanation of the specifications are described
below:
HDTV Interlaced scan method1
: 1080 lines
Vertical Res 2
Horizontal Res.3 : 1920 dots
Aspect Ratio 4 : 16:9 Wide
HDTV Progressive scan method1
Vertical Res.2
: 720 lines
Horizontal Res.3 : 1280 dots
Aspect Ratio 4 : 16:9 Wide
HDTV grade televisions and displays are capable
of displaying a maximum of either 1080 lines
using interlaced scan method or 720 lines using
progressive scan method.
EDTV Progressive scan method1
Vertical Res.2
: 480 lines
Horizontal Res.3 : 640 dots
Aspect Ratio 4 : 4:3 Wide
EDTV grade televisions and displays are capable
of displaying a maximum of 480 lines using
progressive scan method. All resolutions higher
than 480 lines must be reduced to 480 lines in
order to be displayed. Progressive scan method
reduces flicker; however, picture quality may not
necessarily outperform 480 interlaced when
viewed at normal viewing distances.
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SDTV Interlaced scan method1
Vertical Res.2
: 480 lines
Horizontal Res.3 : 640 dots
Aspect Ratio 4 : 4:3 Wide
SDTV grade televisions and displays are capable
of displaying a maximum of 480 lines using
interlaced scan method. All resolutions higher
than 480 lines must be reduced to 480 lines in
order to be displayed.
1
Scan Mode
Interlaced scanning is a method that creates a
TV picture with alternating lines of information
and is the cause of flickering. Progressive
scanning is a method that creates a TV picture
with consecutive lines of information that results
in flicker-free picture quality.
2
Vertical Resolution (Scan Lines)
Vertical scan lines refer to the number of
horizontal lines a TV or display can show to
create an image.
As the number of lines increase, more
information is displayed, resulting in better
picture quality.
3
Horizontal Resolution
Each horizontal line in a TV or display is made
up of individual dots (pixels).The higher the
number of pixels, the finer the TV picture
becomes. Horizontal pixel measurements using
today's technology can range from 250 for a
VCR to as much as 500 for a DVD player.
4
Aspect Ratio
Aspect ratio identifies the ratio of the TV screen's
width over its height. A 16:9 aspect ratio refers
to a wide-screen picture format, while a 4:3
refers to a standard TV format.
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10. ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
10.1 Picture-In-Picture (PIP) /
Side-by-Side Picture (POP)
Switch On PIP or POP Mode
1. Press the PIP button once on the remote
control to enable PIP mode. Pressing the PIP
again will switch to POP mode. Pressing the
PIP button sequentially will cycle between:
2. When PIP mode is enabled, a small window
is displayed in one of the four corners.The
OSD on the upper right corner will display
the input selected for the main picture (large
screen) and the sub-picture (small screen).
3. When POP mode is enabled, the screen will
be split in half.The screen on the left side is
the main picture and the screen on the right
is the sub-picture.The OSD on the upper
right corner will display the input signal
source for both the main and sub-pictures.
PIP Mode
M: AV1
S: AV2
Input Source for
Main Picture
Input Source for
Sub Picture
Changing the Sub-Picture Position in PIP
Mode
1. Once the PIP mode is enabled, you can
switch the PIP sub-picture position to any
one of the four corners of the screen.
2. Press the POSITION button to switch
position. Pressing the POSITION button
repeatedly will cycle through all four corners
of the screen.
3. This function is not available for POP mode.
Sub Picture
Main Picture
POP Mode
M: AV1
S: AV2
Input Source for
Main Picture
Input Source for
Sub Picture
Sub Picture
Main Picture
Sub-Picture Positions
Position 1
(Default)
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Switching Main and Sub-Pictures (SWAP)
1. You can switch between the main picture
and the sub picture using the SWAP button.
Changing the Input Source for Sub-Picture
1. Once PIP or POP mode is enabled, you can
change the sub-picture’s input source by
pressing the SOURCE button.
2. Pressing the SOURCE button repeatedly
will cycle through all available inputs for the
sub- picture.
Changing the Input Source for Main
Picture
1. Once PIP or POP mode is enabled, you can
change the main picture’s input source by
pressing the INPUT SELECT button or
any one of the DIRECT INPUT BUTTONS.
Notes:
1. POP (4:3) Mode will preserve 4:3 aspect
ratio for both images displayed in the POP
windows.
2. POP (16:9) Mode will preserve 16:9
aspect ratio for both images displayed in the
POP windows.
All PIP and POP related settings are also
accessible using the on-screen Menu display.
Please read the next pages for details.
Swapping
Main Picture
Sub Picture
Main Picture
Sub
Picture
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Picture-In-Picture (PIP) / Side-by-Side
Picture (POP) / Contd.
Notes:
• PIP mode can only be enabled if the display’s
input is set to: AV, S-Video, Component 1 or
2. If the displays main input is set to RGB or
DVI, PIP, and POP will not function.
• If the displays input is set to Component 1
or Component 2, PIP mode will only be
available when the input signal source is
compatible with 15KHz signals such as 480i
and Y/CB/CR signals.
• When the input source for sub-pictures is
changed to Component 1 or Component 2,
only 15KHz compatible signals such as 480i
and Y/CB/CR will result in a video picture
display.The input source selection will not be
available if a signal other than 480i or
Y/CB/CR is detected.
• Once PIP mode is disabled, the next time
you enable PIP mode, the position of the
sub-window will start at the default position.
Accessing PIP and POP Modes using OSD
You can also use the OSD menu to access PIP
and POP mode functions:
1. Press the MENU +/- buttons on the remote
control or the front control panel.
2. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to select the
‘PIP/POP’ menu.
3. Make sure that the OSD menu below is
displayed.
4. Use the MENU +/- buttons to move up and
down to select the sub-category you wish to
change.
5. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to change the
setting.
PIP Window Position
1. Choose between FIXED or VARIABLE
windows position.
2. If set to FIXED, the PIP window can be set in
any one of the four corners of the screen.
Use H-LOCATION and V-LOCATION to
select the position of the window.
3. If set to VARIABLE, the PIP window can be
positioned anywhere on the screen using HLOCATION and V-LOCATION.
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PIP Window SWAP
1. By default, the OSD will always display
DISABLE.To swap the main and sub
windows, use the ADJ +/- button to select
ENABLE.
Once the swap is complete, the OSD will
return to display DISABLE.
Screen Rate (Aspect Ratio Control)
1. When POP (Side-by-side) picture is enabled,
you can change the aspect ratio for the
image displayed.
2. Choose FULL to show a full screen image.
The displayed image will be distorted
because the display has to manipulate the
image so that it fits within the smaller
window.
3. Choose 4:3 to show an image in 4:3 aspect
ratio within the POP windows. Small black
bars are added in order to obtain a 4:3
aspect ratio.
4. Choose 16:9 to show an image in widescreen aspect ratio within the POP windows.
Small black bars are added in order to obtain
a 16:9 aspect ratio.
POP Window SWAP
1. By default, the OSD will always display
DISABLE.To swap the main (left) and sub
(right) windows, use the ADJ +/- button to
switch to ENABLE. Once the swap is
complete, the OSD will return to display
DISABLE.
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10.2 Widescreen (16:9 Aspect
Ratio) Viewing Modes
Understanding Widescreen Modes
This plasma display is capable of displaying a
widescreen image on the native 16:9 aspect ratio
screen. However, not all available broadcast or
video content fits perfectly in a widescreen
(16:9) format, resulting in unused screen space.
Use the following guidelines to determine an
avaible and suitable widescreen viewing mode
that best supports the type of broadcast / video
content you wish to display. All widescreen
viewing modes are available by pressing the
WIDE button. Pressing the WIDE button will
repeatedly cycle through:
For 4:3 Aspect Ratio (Square) Content
Content from VCR and some DVD’s are formatted using a quare 4:3 format.
We recommend the following three
viewing options:
4:3 (NORMAL)
In 4:3 mode, the original 4:3 image is preserved
but black bars are added to fill the remaining
space on the left and right.
16:9 (FULL)
The original 4:3 image is proportionally
stretched to fill the entire screen.
PANORAMA
The original 4:3 image is expanded in both the
horizontal and vertical directions.The center of
the picture is almost normal while the edges are
considerably expanded.
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For Widescreen Content
Many popular DVD titles are ‘Anamorphic’
(widescreen); however, there are two
predominant ‘Anamorphic’ (widescreen) aspect
ratios: 2.35:1 and 1.85:1.When 2.35:1 content is
displayed on this 16:9 widescreen display, you
will notice smaller black bars on top or bottom
of the screen.When a 1.85:1 content is
displayed, you will still see black bars, but not as
large as 2.35:1.
If you do not want to see the black bars
whenplaying back a widescreen movie, you can
useZOOM 2 or ZOOM 3 to fully stretch the
image.
ZOOM: 1
Zoom1 shifts the image up to facilitate the
display of sub- titles.
ZOOM: 2
Zoom 2 is used to stretch 1.85:1 content to full
screen, eliminating the black bars.
ZOOM: 3
Zoom 3 is used to stretch 2.35:1 content to full
screen, eliminating the black bars.
Notes:
1. 4:3 and Panorama modes are not available
when zoom mode is enabled.
2. When using Component 1 or Component 2
inputs to display 480p, 1080i or 720p,
Panorama mode is not available.
3. When using RGB or DVI inputs, only 4:3,
16:9 and an additional 4:3 Zoom modes are
available. In this 4:3 Zoom mode, the original
4:3 image is preserved but is stretched to full
screen in both horizontal and vertical
directions, so the top and bottom of the
image will not be visible.
4. Avoid displaying in 4:3 mode for an extensive
time,This may cause a permanent after-image
remaining on the screen.
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Accessing Widescreen Viewing Modes
using OSD
You can also use the OSD menu to access the
same widescreen and zoom mode functions:
1. Press the MENU +/- buttons on the remote
control or the front control panel.
2. Make sure that the PICTURE menu is
displayed.
3. Use the MENU +/- buttons to navigate to
SCREEN WIDTH and use the ADJ +/buttons to switch between 4:3, 16:9 or PANORAMA.
4. Use the MENU +/- buttons to navigate to
ZOOM and use the ADJ +/- buttons to
switch between zoom 1, 2 or 3. Please note
that this function is not accessible unless the
SCREEN WIDTH is set to 16:9.
10.3 On-Screen Display (OSD)
Settings
Accessing OSD Settings Menu
You can set various OSD display settings from
the OSD menu:
1. Press the MENU +/- buttons on the remote
control or the front control panel.
2. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to navigate to
OTHER OSD Sub-menu as displayed below.
OSD Timeout
Initiates the OSD timer when set to ON.When
set to ON, the OSD will automatically disappear
from the display if no button action is detected
for the set number of seconds. If set to OFF,
then the OSD will remain on the screen.
OSD Time Setting
Sets the number of seconds the OSD will remain
active on the display before switching itself off.
OSD TIMEOUT must be set to ON for this
setting to function.
OSD Brightness
Sets the brightness level of the OSD screen
between 1 and 10.
OSD Background
You can set the OSD menu’s background to
transparent or to blue. Set to OFF if you want a
transparent setting. Set to ON if you want a blue
background.
OSD Language
You can set the OSD language to English, French
or Spanish.
Note: To prevent a permanent after-image, we
strongly suggest setting the OSD
TIMEOUT to ON.
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10.4 Sleep Timer Settings
Power Off Warning
SLEEP TIMER
0:59
Setting Sleep Timer Using OSD
To set the sleep timer using the OSD screen:
1. Press the MENU +/- buttons on the remote
control or the front control panel.
2. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to navigate to
OTHER OSD sub-menu as displayed below.
3. Use the MENU +/- buttons to navigate to
SLEEP function.
4. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to set to ON.
5. The display will function normally until the
1-minute mark. At the 1-minute mark, the
sleep timer will display a second by second
coundown clock to notify you that the
display is about to switch off.
Sleep Timer On/Off
Switches the sleep timer ON or OFF.
Timer Setting
You can set the timer from 1 to 120 minutes.
Use the ADJ +/- buttons to set any number
between 1 and 120.
Power Off Warning
SLEEP TIMER
0:59
Sleep Timer Set
SLEEP: OFF
Setting Sleep Timer Using Remote Control
To set the sleep timer using the remote control:
1. Press the SLEEP TIMER button on the
remote control.The sleep timer will be
displayed at the upper right corner of the
screen.
2. Pressing the SLEEP TIMER button again will
cycle the sleep timer through all the preset
times.
3. When setting is complete, simply press the
DISPLAY button to hide the sleep timer
display.The sleep timer is running in the
background.
4. The display will function normally until the
1-minute mark. At the 1-minute mark, the
sleep timer will display a second by second
countdown clock to notify you that the
display is about to switch off.
5. If you wish to switch the sleep timer OFF
before the display switches off, simply press
the SLEEP TIMER button again and cycle
through all the preset times until SLEEP:
OFF is displayed.
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10.5 Variable and Fixed Audio
Output
Setting Output Using OSD
You can set the type of output sent from the
audio output jack, located on the rear side of the
display. By using an OSD based switch, you can
easily choose between variable or fixed audio
outputs.
To set the audio output setting:
1. Press the MENU +/- buttons on the remote
control or the front control panel.
2. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to navigate to
SOUND OSD sub-menu.
3. Use the MENU +/- buttons to select the
AUDIO OUTPUT option.
4. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to change setting
between FIXED or VARIABLE.
AUDIO OUTPUT
Sets the type of audio output sent from the
audio output jacks located on the rear side of
display.
• VARIABLE
When set to Variable, audio output is
affected by the display’s internal audio
controls including bass, treble, surround, BBE,
bass extension, and volume.
• FIXED
When set to Fixed, the audio output
bypasses the display’s internal audio control
so that functions such as bass, treble,
surround, BBE, bass extension, and volume
controls have no effect.
10.6 Sound Adjustments
Sound Adjustments Using OSD
Sound adjustments are available to enhance the
sound performance of the display.These
adjustments will affect the display’s built-in
speakers and the AUDIO OUTPUT jacks when
set to ‘Variable’ (see above section).To access
sound adjustments:
1. Press the MENU +/- buttons on the remote
control or the front control panel.
2. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to navigate to
SOUND OSD sub-menu.
3. Use the MENU +/- buttons to select the
various options described in this section.
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BASS
Adjusts the BASS level of the sound. For more
bass response, increase the BASS level.
TREBLE
Adjusts the TREBLE level of the sound. For more
vocal and high frequency response, increase the
TREBLE level.
BALANCE
Adjusts the BALANCE level between LEFT and
RIGHT channels. A value of 50 is the center
point between LEFT and RIGHT. To shift the
sound to the RIGHT, increase the value
towards 100.To shift the sound to the LEFT,
reduce the value towards 1.
10.7 Inner speaker ON/OFF
Switching OFF Built-In Speakers
This display is equipped with built-in speakers.
You can switch the internal speakers ON or
OFF using the OSD. Because these speakers are
general purpose, you may consider switching
them OFF during hi-fidelity playback of movies
or other content.
Switch the internal speakers of the display ON
or OFF.This setting will not affect AUDIO
OUTPUT connections.
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10.8 Signal Frequency
Information Display
Displaying Frequency of Signal
This display is capable of displaying the frequency
level of the signal being displayed. To see signal
frequency information:
1. Press the MENU +/- buttons on the remote
control or the front control panel.
2. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to navigate to the
OTHER OSD sub-menu.
A
INPUT H-FREQ (KHZ)
Displays the horizontal signal frequency of the
signal currently displayed. Use the frequency
cross reference tables below to see which type
of signal is being displayed under various input
modes.
A
INPUT V-FREQ (HZ)
Displays the vertical signal frequency of the
signal currently displayed. Use the frequency
cross reference tables below to see which type
of signal is being displayed under various input
modes.
When Using AV1 and AV2
Horizontal
Vertical
15.7
60
15.6
50
Inputs
Format
NTSC Video
PAL Video
When Using Component 1 & 2 Inputs
Horizontal
Vertical
Format
15.7
60
NTSC Video
15.6
50
PAL Video
15.7
60
480i (SDTV)
31.5
60
480p (EDTV)
33.0
60
1080i (HDTV)
45.0
60
720p (HDTV)
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When Using RGB & DVI Inputs
Mode Hor.
Vertical
Format
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15*
16*
18
19
20*
21*
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31*
RGB
M:05
31.469
37.861
37.500
43.269
35.156
37.879
48.077
46.875
53.674
48.364
56.476
60.023
68.677
63.981
79.976
91.146
31.469
31.469
45.000
33.750
31.469
31.413
35.000
49.725
68.681
47.400
47.368
29.640
60.000
85.938
59.940
72.809
75.000
85.008
56.250
60.317
72.188
75.000
85.061
60.004
70.069
75.029
84.997
60.020
75.025
85.024
70.087
50.030
60.000
60.000
70.087
59.835
66.667
74.550
75.062
60.000
59.960
60.000
60.000
85.002
Refresh
640•480 (VGA)
640•480 (VGA)
640•480 (VGA)
640•480 (VGA)
800x600 (SVGA)
800x600 (SVGA)
800x600 (SVGA)
800x600 (SVGA)
800x600 (SVGA)
1024x768 (XGA)
1024x768 (XGA)
1024x768 (XGA)
1024x768 (XGA)
1280x1024 (SXGA)
1280x1024 (SXGA)
1280x1024 (SXGA)
720x400 (DOS)
640x480 (VGA)
1280x720p (HDTV)
1920x1080i (HDTV)
640x350 (VGA)
852x480 (WVGA)
640x480 (Apple)
832x624 (Apple)
1152x870 (Apple)
1366x768
1360x768
848x480
1280x960
1280x960
60
72
75
85
56
60
72
75
85
60
70
75
85
60
75
85
70
50
60
60i
70
60
67
75
75
60
60
60
60
85
Notes:
• When using RGB mode, the OSD will display
a mode number that references the table
above.
• Modes 15, 16, 20, 21, 31 under RGB mode
are not available when using DVI input.
• Modes 24-26 are for use with Apple
Macintosh computers.
*These modes are not supported in DVI mode.
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11. PICTURE ADJUSTMENT
11.1 For AV/Component Video
(480i signal)
Accessing Picture Adjustment Mode
Various picture adjustments can be set using the
Picture Adjustment OSD menu.To access the
OSD menu:
1. Press the MENU +/- buttons on the remote
control or the front control panel.
2. The first menu displayed is the PICTURE
menu. Make sure that the PICTURE OSD
menu is displayed.
3. Use the MENU +/- buttons to move up and
down to select the option you wish to
adjust. An explanation of each adjustment is
listed below.
4. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to change the
setting.
Notes:
• These controls are available when input
selection is set to: AV1, AV2 (S),
Component 1 or Component 2 (when the
input signal is 480i) inputs.
• To restore picture settings to the factory
defaults, simply press the RECALL button
from the remote control.
CONTRAST
Adjust Contrast to increase the level of ‘white’
in the video picture.
Increasing contrast will make white areas of the
video picture brighter. Contrast works in
conjunction with BRIGHTNESS.
BRIGHTNESS
Adjust brightness to enhance the level of dark
areas in the video picture such as night scenes
and shadow scenes. Increasing brightness will
make dark areas more visible.
COLOR
Use color to adjust the color saturation of the
video picture. Increasing color will make the
color more intense. Reducing color setting will
make the color less intense.
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TINT
Use tint to adjust fleshtone colors. Increasing the
tint setting will add more cyan to the picture
(more green appearance). Decreasing the setting
will add more magenta to the picture (more red
appearance).
SHARPNESS
Use sharpness to adjust the amount of detail
enhancement to the video picture. Increasing the
setting will enhance the edges of objects in the
video picture.
Decreasing the setting will reduce enhancement.
COLOR TEMPERATURE
Select the color temperature for white balance.
There are five settings to choose from:
(1) 6500D - sets the white balance to 6500D;
(2) LOW - sets to 5400K;
(3) MID - sets to 9300K;
(4) HIGH - sets to 13800K.
Note: Each of the (4) color temperature
settings may vary a little from the
temperature defined settings.
CLOCK PHASE
This function is not available for this picture
adjustment mode.
SCREEN WIDTH
Use to change various screen width modes.
For more information see Chapter 10.
ZOOM
Use to change various digital zoom modes.
For more information see Chapter 10.
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11.2 For Component Video (480p,
720p and 1080i signal)
Accessing Picture Adjustment Mode
Various picture adjustments can be set using the
Picture Adjustment OSD menu.To access the
OSD menu:
1. Press the MENU +/- buttons on the remote
or the front control panel.
2. The first menu displayed is the PICTURE
menu. Make sure that the PICTURE OSD
menu is displayed.
3. Use the MENU +/- buttons to move up and
down to select the option you wish to
adjust. An explanation of each adjustment is
listed below.
4. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to change the
setting.
Notes:
• These controls are available when input
selection is set to: Component 1 and
Component 2 (when the input signal is 480p,
780p or 1080i) inputs.
• To restore picture settings to the factory
defaults, simply press the RECALL button
from the remote control.
CONTRAST
Adjust Contrast to increase the level of ‘white’
in the video picture.
Increasing contrast will make white areas of the
video picture brighter. Contrast works in
conjunction with BRIGHTNESS.
BRIGHTNESS
Adjust brightness to enhance the level of dark
areas in the video picture such as night scenes
and shadow scenes. Increasing brightness will
make dark areas more visible.
COLOR
Use color to adjust the color saturation of the
video picture. Increasing color will make the
color more intense. Reducing color setting will
make the color less intense.
TINT
Use tint to adjust fleshtone colors. Increasing the
tint setting will add more cyan to the picture
(more green appearance). Decreasing the setting
will add more magenta to the picture (more red
appearance).
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SHARPNESS
Use sharpness to adjust the amount of detail
enhancement to the video picture. Increasing the
setting will enhance the edges of objects in the
video picture.
Decreasing the setting will reduce enhancement.
COLOR TEMPERATURE
Select the color temperature for white balance.
There are five settings to choose from:
(1) 6500D - sets the white balance to 6500D;
(2) LOW - sets to 5400K;
(3) MID - sets to 9300K;
(4) HIGH - sets to 13800K.
Note: Each of the (4) color temperature
settings may vary a little from the
temperature defined settings.
CLOCK PHASE
This function is not available for this picture
adjustment mode mode.
SCREEN WIDTH
Use to change various screen width modes.
For more information see Chapter 10.
ZOOM
Use to change various digital zoom modes. See
For more information see Chapter 10.
GEOMETRIC ADJUST
Use to access Geometric Adjust sub-menu. For
more information see Chapter 11.3.
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11.2 For Component Video (480p,
720p and 1080i signal) Contd.
Accessing Geometric Adjustment Mode
Various geometric adjustments can be set using
the Geometric Adjustment OSD menu.To access
the Geometric Adjust sub-menu:
1 Press the MENU +/- buttons on the remote
control or the front control panel.
2 The First menu displayed is the PICTURE
Menu. Make sure that the PICTURE OSD
Menu is displayed.
3 Use the MENU +/- buttons to set the
selection to ON. As soon as you press the
button, the Geometric Adjust sub-menu will
be displayed.
4 Press the ADJ +/- buttons to move up and
down to select the option you wish to
adjust. An explanation of each adjustment is
listed below.
5 Use the ADJ +/- buttons to change the
setting.
V-SIZE
Adjusts the vertical size of the picture. Increase
to enlarge the vertical picture size.
Decrease to reduce the vertical picture size.
V-CENTER
Adjusts the vertical position of the picture.
Increase to shift the picture up. Decrease to shift
the picture down.
H-WIDTH
Adjusts the horizontal size of the picture.
Increase to enlarge the horizontal picture size.
Decrease to reduce the horizontal picture size.
H-POSITION
Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
Increase to shift the picture to the right. Decrease to shift the picture to the left.
RETURN
Return to PICTURE OSD Menu.
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11.3 For RGB / DVI
Accessing Picture Adjustment Mode
Various picture adjustments can be set using the
Picture Adjustment OSD menu.To access the
OSD menu:
1. Press the MENU +/- buttons on the remote
or the front control panel.
2. The first menu displayed is the PICTURE
menu. Make sure that the PICTURE OSD
Menu is displayed.
3. Use the MENU +/- buttons to move up and
down to select the option you wish to
adjust. An explanation of each adjustment is
listed below.
4. Use the ADJ +/- buttons to change the
setting.
Notes:
• These controls are available when input
selection is set to: RGB or DVI inputs.
• To restore picture settings to the factory
defaults, simply press the RECALL button
from the remote control.
CONTRAST
Adjust Contrast to increase the white level in
the video picture.
Increasing contrast will make white areas of the
video picture brighter.
Contrast works in conjunction with
BRIGHTNESS.
BRIGHTNESS
Adjust brightness to enhance the level of dark
areas in the video picture such as night scenes
and shadow scenes. Increasing brightness will
make dark areas more visible.
COLOR TEMPERATURE
Select the color temperature for white balance.
There are several settings to choose from:
(1) 6500D - sets the white balance to 6500D;
(2) LOW - sets to 5400K;
(3) MID - sets to 9300K;
(4) HIGH - sets to 13800K.
Note: Each of the (4) color temperature
settings may vary a little from the
temperature defined settings.
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CLOCK PHASE
Use clock phase to fine-tune the display to
perfectly synchronize the video’s signal source.
SCREEN WIDTH
Use to change the screen width mode.There are
two selections available: 16:9 and 4:3.
See Chapter 10..2 for more information.
V-SIZE
Adjusts the vertical size of the picture. Increase
to enlarge the vertical picture size.
Decrease to reduce the vertical picture size.
V-CENTER
Adjusts the vertical position of the picture.
Increase to shift the picture up. Decrease to shift
the picture down.
H-WIDTH
Adjusts the horizontal size of the picture.
Increase to enlarge the horizontal picture.
Decrease to reduce the horizontal picture size.
H-POSITION
Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
Increase to shift the picture to the right.
Decrease to shift the picture to the left.
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12. TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshoot Common Conditions
The following list represents possible anomalies that you may encounter and methods for remedy.
Please refer to this checklist prior to contacting a service representative.
Symptom
Possible Cause
Remedy
No picture displayed
1.
2.
The power cord is disconnected.
The main power switch on the back of
the display is not switched on.
3. The selected input has no connection.
4. The display is in standby mode in RGB
mode.
1.
2.
Interference displayed on
the display or audible noise
is heard
1.
Caused by surrounding electrical
appliances, cars/motorcycles or fluorescent lights.
1.
Move the display to another location
to see if the interference is reduced.
Color is abnormal
1.
The signal cable is not connected
properly.
1.
Make sure that the signal cable is
attached firmly to the back of the
display.
Picture is distorted with
abnormal patterns
1.
The signal cable is not connected
properly.
The input signal is beyond the
capabilities of the display.
1.
Make sure that the signal cable is
attached firmly.
Check the video signal source to see if
it is beyond the range of the display.
Please verify its specifications with
this display's specification section.
If under RGB mode, the H-Size and
V-Size is incorrectly set.
If under AV1, AV2, or Component with
480i input, the 4:3 WIDE mode is
switched on.
1.
Improperly connected source signal
cable.
1.
Make sure that both video inputs and
sound inputs are correctly connected.
Improperly connected source signal
cable.
Volume is turned all the way down.
MUTE is switched on.
1.
Make sure that both video inputs and
sound inputs are correctly connected.
Use VOLUME +/- to hear sound.
Switch MUTE off by using the MUTE
button.
2.
Display image doesn't fill up
the full size of the screen
1.
2.
Can hear sound, but no
picture
Can see picture but no sound
is heard
.
1.
1.
2.
3.
3.
4.
2.
2.
2.
3.
Plug in the power cord.
Make sure the power switch is
switched on.
Connect a signal connection to the
display.
Press any key on your keyboard.
Use H-Size and V-Size to adjust the size
of the video.
Use the WIDE key to scroll through
various full screen modes.
Some picture elements do
not light up
1.
Some pixels of the plasma display
may not display.
1.
This display is manufactured using an
extremely high level of precision
technology; however, sometimes some
pixels of the display may not display.
This is not a malfunction. Please see
the enclosed warranty card for more
information.
After-Images can still be
seen on the display after the
display is powered off.
(Examples of still pictures
include logos, video games,
computer images, and
images displayed in 4:3
normal mode)
11. A still picture is displayed for an over
extended period of time.
1.
Do not allow a still image to be
displayed for an extended period of
time as this can cause a permanent
after-image to remain on the display.
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13. SPECIFICATIONS
Display Panel
Screen size:
Aspect ratio:
Number of pixels:
Pixel Pitch:
Luminance:
Diagonal 50 inch
16:9 wide
1366(Horizontal, RGB Trio ) x 768(Vertical)pixels
0.81mm x 0.81mm
1000 cd/m 2 , at 1% white window pattern
Power Source
Input voltage:
100 ~ 240 Vac , 50 / 60 Hz
Input current:
4A
Inrush current:
60 A p-p/20ms Max.
Power consumption: 470±10% Watts (at 110Vac/color bar pattern)
Stand-by & Power Save: 10 Watts Max. (at 110Vac)
Connection
Connector Types:
RCA Jacks for audio, video,Y/CB/CR and Y/PB/PR
6 pin Din S-terminal for S-Video
9 pin D-SUB for RS-232
15 pin D-SUB for RGB
24 pin DVI
Video/S-Video Signal
Type:
Analog
Polarity:
Positive
Amplitude:
AV: 1Vp-p (with sync),
S-Video:Y=1Vp-p (with
sync) C=0.286Vp-p
Frequency:
H: 15.734KHz V: 60Hz(NTSC)
H: 15.625KHz V: 50Hz(PAL)
Input impedance:
75 ohms
Y/CB/CR or Y/PB/PR Signal (Component 1 & 2)
Type:
Analog
Polarity:
Positive
Amplitude:
Y: 1Vp-p (with sync)
CB/PB: 0.286Vp-p
CR/PR: 0.286Vp-p
Frequency
Y/CB/CR:
H: 15.734KHz V: 60Hz (NTSC)
Y/PB/PR:
HDTV H: 15.625KHz V: 50Hz (PAL)
H: 31KHz V: 60Hz (480p)
H: 45KHz V: 60Hz (720p)
H: 33KHz V: 60Hz(1080i)
RGB Signal
Type:
Polarity:
Amplitude:
Frequency:
TTL
Positive or Negative
RGB: 0.7Vp-p
H: support to 31K~91KHz
V: support to 50~85Hz
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DVI Signal
Type:
Polarity:
Audio Signal:
Digital
Positive or Negative
Frequency H: support to 31K~68KHz
V: support to 50~85Hz
Analog 500mV rms /more than 22Kohm.
Pin Assignments For D-SUB Connector (In/Loop Out)
Pin Signal Assignment
1
2
3
4
5
RED
GREEN
BLUE
GND
GND
6 RED GND
7 GREEN GND
8 BLUE GND
9 NC
10 GND
11 GND
12 SDA
13 H-SYNC
14 V-SYNC
15 SCL
Pin Assignments For 24 Pin DVI Connector (Digital Only)
Pin Signal Assignment
1 TMDS Data 29 TMDS Data 12 TMDS Data 2+
10 TMDS Data 1+
3 TMDS Data 2/4 Shield 11 TMDS Data 1/3 Shield
4 TMDS Data 45 TMDS Data 4+
6 DDC Clock
12 TMDS Data 313 TMDS Data 3+
14 +5V Power
7 DDC Data
8 No Connect
15 Ground (For +5V)
16 Hot Plug Detect
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17 TMDS Data 018 TMDS Data 0+
19 TMDS Data 0/5
Shield
20 TMDS Data 521 TMDS Data 5+
22 TMDS Clock
Shield
23 TMDS Clock +
24 TMDS Clock -
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RGB/DVI
Mode
No
Resolution
Refr.
Rate
(Hz)
Hor..
Freq.
(K Hz)
Vert.
Freq.
(Hz)
V-Sync
Polariy
(TTL)
H-Sync
Polarity Dot rate
(TTL) (MHz)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15*
16*
18
19
20*
21*
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31*
60
72
75
85
56
60
72
75
85
60
70
75
85
60
75
85
70
50
60
60(i)
70
60
67
75
75
60
60
60
60
85
31.469
37.861
37.500
43.269
35.156
37.879
48.077
46.875
53.674
48.364
56.476
60.023
68.677
63.981
79.976
91.146
31.469
31.469
45.000
33.750
31.469
31.413
35.000
49.725
68.681
47.700
47.368
29.640
60.000
85.938
59.940
72.809
75.000
85.008
56.250
60.317
72.188
75.000
85.061
60.004
70.069
75.029
84.997
60.020
75.025
85.024
70.087
50.030
60.000
60.000
70.087
59.835
66.667
74.550
75.062
60.000
59.960
60.000
60.000
85.002
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
640(VGA)x480
640(VGA)x480
640(VGA)x480
640(VGA)x480
800(SVGA)x600
800(SVGA)x600
800(SVGA)x600
800(SVGA)x600
800(SVGA)x600
1024(XGA)x768
1024(XGA)x768
1024(XGA)x768
1024(XGA)x768
1280(SXGA)x1024
1280(SXGA)x1024
1280(SXGA)x1024
720(DOS)x400
640(VGA)x480
1280(HDTV)x720p
1920(HDTV)x1080i
640(VGA)x350
852(WGA)x480
640x480
832x624
1152x870
1366x768
1360x768
848x480
1280x960
1280x960
Notes:
• * These modes are not supported in DVI mode.
• Modes 24-26 are for use with Apple Macintosh computers.
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25.175
31.500
31.500
36.000
36.000
40.000
50.000
49.500
56.250
65.000
75.000
78.750
94.500
108.000
135.000
157.500
28.322
25.175
74.250
74.250
25.175
30.000
30.240
57.283
100.000
85.383
72.000
29.875
108.000
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Y/PB/PR For Component 1 and 2
Mode
Resolution
1
640 x 480p
2
1920 x1080i
3
1280 x 720p
Maximum Resolution:
Rate
60
60
60
Up to 1280 x 1024 (VGA Mode)
Dimensions:
Width:
Height:
Depth:
Without/Stand
1256 mm
762 mm
107.5 mm
Package Dimensions
Width:
Height:
Depth:
1436 mm
1125 mm
470 mm
Weight
Net weight:
Gross weight:
108.00 lbs/49 kgs (w/ stand)
132.24 lbs/60 kgs
Operating
Temperature:
Relative humidity:
Pressure:
0~40 Degrees C (32~104 degrees F)
20~80%
800~1100hpa
Non-Operating
Temperature:
Relative humidity:
Pressure:
Vibration:
20~60 Degrees C (-4~140 Degrees F)
00~90%
700~1100hpa
X/Y/Z, 0.5G/10~55Hz (sweep), 10 minutes
Acoustics
(IHF A-weighted 1 meter):
Sound
Residual hum (at volume max):
Practical max. Audio output (at 10% THD max.):
Sound distortion (at 250 mw 1K Hz):
Audio output (input at 1.4V p-p ):
Reliability Requirement
The MTBF is 20,000 hrs under operation 25±5 C°
(Half luminosity, motion picture).
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With/Stand
1256 mm
810 mm
300 mm
40dB Max.
500µW Max.
1.0vp-p 1K Hz
input 5W +5W
Max. /12 ohm
1% Max.
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Emission Requirement
This unit meets the EMI limits in all screen modes as qualified by FCC
Class B part 15.
Power Management
Mode
H-sync
Normal
Pulse
Standby
No pulse
Power saving Pulse
No pulse
Note:
V-sync
Pulse
No pulse
No pulse
Pulse
Video
Active
No video
blanked
Power dissipation
Normal power
Power off
Less than 6 watts
This Plasma display is Energy star compliant when used
with a computer equipped with DPMS.
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Preset Timing Chart
Item Description:
A
B
C
D
E
F
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: Active display area including borders
: Active display area excluding borders
: Left/Top border
: Right/bottom border
: Blanking time
: Front porch
: Sync-width
: Back porch.
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Mode No. :
H Resolution:
V Resolution:
Refresh Rate:
Pixel Clock:
Horizontal visible:
Horizontal total:
Horizontal front porch:
Horizontal sync:
Horizontal back porch:
Horiz blanking time:
Vertical visible:
Vertical total:
Vertical front porch:
Vertical sync:
Vertical back porch:
Vertical blanking time:
Horizontal frequency:
Vertical frequency:
Vertical sync polarity:
Horiz sync polarity:
1
640
480
60
25.175
640
800
16
96
48
160
480
525
10
2
33
45
31.469
59.940
-
2
640
480
72
31.500
640
832
24
40
128
192
480
520
9
3
28
40
37.861
72.809
-
3
640
480
75
31.500
640
840
16
64
120
200
480
500
1
3
16
20
37.500
75.000
-
4
640
480
85
36.000
640
832
56
56
80
192
480
509
1
3
25
29
43.269
85.008
-
5
800
600
56
36.000
800
1024
24
72
128
224
600
625
1
2
22
25
35.156
56.250
+
+
6
800
600
60
40.000
800
1056
40
128
88
256
600
628
1
4
23
28
37.879
60.317
+
+
7
800
600
72
50.000
800
1040
56
120
64
240
600
666
37
6
23
66
48.077
72.188
+
+
8
800
600
75
49.500
800
1056
16
80
160
256
600
625
1
3
21
25
46.875
75.000
+
+
9
800
600
85
56.250
800
1048
32
64
152
248
600
631
1
3
27
31
53.674
85.061
+
+
Hz
MHz
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
KHz
Hz
TTL
TTL
Mode No
H Resolution
V Resolution
Refresh Rate
Pixel Clock
Horizontal visible
Horizontal total
Horizontal front porch
Horizontal sync
Horizontal back porch
Horiz blanking time
Vertical visible
Vertical total
Vertical front porch
Vertical sync:
Vertical back porch:
Vertical blanking time:
Horizontal frequency:
Vertical frequency:
Vertical sync polarity:
Horiz sync polarity:
10
1024
768
60
65.000
1024
1344
24
136
160
320
768
806
3
6
29
38
48.364
60.004
-
11
1024
768
70
75.000
1024
1328
24
136
144
304
768
806
3
6
29
38
56.476
70.069
-
12
1024
768
75
78.750
1024
1312
16
96
176
288
768
800
1
3
28
32
60.023
75.029
+
+
13
1024
768
85
94.500
1024
1376
48
96
208
352
768
808
1
3
36
40
68.677
84.997
+
+
14
1280
1024
60
108.000
1280
1688
48
112
248
408
1024
1066
1
3
38
42
63.981
60.020
+
+
15
1280
1024
75
135.000
1280
1688
16
144
248
408
1024
1066
1
3
38
42
79.976
75.025
+
+
16
1280
1024
85
157.500
1280
1728
64
160
224
448
1024
1072
1
3
44
48
91.146
85.024
+
+
18
720
400
70
28.322
720
900
18
108
54
180
400
449
12
2
35
49
31.469
70.087
+
-
19
640
480
50
25.175
640
800
16
96
48
160
480
629
62
2
85
149
31.469
50.030
-
Hz
MHz
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
KHz
Hz
TTL
TTL
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Mode No
H Resolution:
V Resolution:
Refresh Rate:
Pixel Clock:
Horizontal visible:
Horizontal total:
Horizontal front porch:
Horizontal sync:
Horizontal back porch:
Horiz blanking time:
Vertical visible:
Vertical total:
Vertical front porch:
Vertical sync:
Vertical back porch:
Vertical blanking time:
Horizontal frequency:
Vertical frequency:
Vertical sync polarity:
Horiz sync polarity:
20
1280
720p
60
74.250
1280
1650
110
40
220
370
720
750
5
5
20
30
45.000
60.000
+
+
21
1920
1080i
60i
74.250
1920
2200
88
44
148
280
540
562.5
3
5
15
23
33.750
60.000
+
+
22
640
350
70
25.175
640
800
16
96
48
160
350
449
37
2
60
99
31.469
70.087
+
Mode No
H Resolution:
V Resolution:
Refresh Rate:
Pixel Clock:
Horizontal visible:
Horizontal total:
Horizontal front porch
Horizontal sync:
Horizontal back porch:
Horiz blanking time:
Vertical visible:
Vertical total:
Vertical front porch:
Vertical sync:
Vertical back porch:
Vertical blanking time:
Horizontal frequency:
Vertical frequency:
Vertical sync polarity:
Horiz sync polarity:
29
848
480
60
29.875
848
1008
48
32
80
160
480
494
2
5
7
14
29.640
60.000
+
30
1280
960
60
108.000
1280
1800
96
112
312 2
520
960
1000
1
3
36
40
60.000
60.000
+
+
31
1280
960
85
148.500
1280
1728
64
160
24
448
960
1011
1
3
47
51
85.938
85.002
+
+
54
23
852
480
60
30.000
852
955
19
48
36
103
480
525
10
2
33
45
31.413
59.835
-
24
640
480
67
30.240
640
864
64
64
96
224
480
525
3
3
39
45
35.000
66.667
-
25
832
624
75
57.283
832
1152
32
64
224
320
624
667
1
3
39
43
49.725
74.550
-
26
1152
870
75
100.000
1152
1456
32
128
144
304
870
915
3
3
39
45
68.681
75.062
-
27
1366
768
60
85.383
1366
1790
100
112
212
424
768
795
1
3
23
27
47.700
60.000
-
28
1360
768
60
72.000
1360
1520
48
32
80
160
768
790
2
5
15
22
47.368
59.960
+
Hz
MHz
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
KHz
Hz
TTL
TTL
Hz
MHz
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Dots
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
Lines
KHz
Hz
TTL
TTL
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14. WALL MOUNT (OPTION)
Rear View
380 mm
697 mm
Notes:
• Follow mount bracket instruction included in
the mounting kit.
• This type of equipment is to be installed by
qualified installers, please contact an
authorized dealer for installation.
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15. LIMITED WARRANTY
OneYear Free Labor
One Year Free Parts
WHO IS COVERED?
You must have proof of the date purchased to
receive warranty service. A sales receipt or
other document showing the date that you
purchased the product is considered proof of
purchase.
WHAT IS COVERED?
Warranty coverage begins the day you buy your
product. For one year thereafter, all defective
parts will be repaired or replaced and labor is
free. After one year from the day of purchase,
you pay for the replacement or repair of all
parts, and for all labor charges.
All parts, including repaired and replaced parts,
are covered only for the original warranty
period.When the warranty on the product
expires, the warranty on all replaced and
repaired parts also expires.
WHAT IS EXCLUDED?
Your warranty does not cover:
• labor charges for removal, installation or
setup of the product, adjustment of
customer controls on the product, and
installation or repair of antenna systems
outside of the product.
• product repair and/or part replacement
because of misuse, accident, unauthorized
repair or other cause not within the control
of Philips Consumer Electronics North
America.
• reception problems caused by signal
conditions or cable or antenna systems
outside the unit.
• modifications or adaptations to enable the
product to operate in any country other
than the country for which it was designed,
manufactured, approved and/or authorized,
or the repair of products damaged by these
modifications.
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•
•
•
•
incidental or consequential damages resulting
from the product. (Some states do not allow
the exclusion of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above exclusion may not
apply to you.This includes, but is not limited
to, prerecorded material, whether
copyrighted or not copyrighted.)
normal wear and tear (decreased light
output of PDP module) over the product's
lifetime.
phosphor burn. Do not display static images
for prolonged periods, otherwise phosphor
burn might appear on part of the panel.
limited quantity of cells (fine pixel elements)
that do not produce light, or that remain lit
after they should have turned off.
WHERE IS SERVICE AVAILABLE?
Warranty service is available in all countries
where the product is officially distributed by
Philips Consumers Electronics North America.
In countries where Philips Consumers
Electronics North America does not distribute
the product, the local Philips service organization
will attempt to provide service (although there
may be a delay if the appropriate spare parts and
technical manual(s) are not readily available).
MAKE SURE YOU KEEP ...
Please keep your sales receipt or other
document showing proof of purchase. Attach it
to this owner’s manual and keep both nearby.
Also keep the original box and packing material
in case you need to return your product.
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE...
Please check your owner’s manual before
requesting service. Adjustments of the controls
discussed there may save you a service call.
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TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE....
Please contact Philips at: 1-877-835-1838.
Repair must be performed by an authorized
service center or a factory service center. If you
do not live near a factory service center, contact
your dealer. If your dealer is an authorized
service center, he will arrange repair. If your
dealer is not an authorized service center he will
direct you to the authorized service center
engaged by him to service the products he sells.
(In U.S.A., Puerto Rico and U.S.Virgin Islands, all
implied warranties, including implied warranties
of merchantability and fitness for a particular
purpose, are limited in duration to the duration
of this express warranty. But, because some
states do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty may last, this limitation may not
apply to you.)
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS
Please contact Philips at:
1-877-835-1838
REMEMBER...
Please record the model and serial numbers
found on the product below. Also, please fill out
and mail your warranty registration card
promptly. It will be easier for us to notify you if
necessary.
MODEL # _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
SERIAL # _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _wo_ _ _
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