OWNER’S OPERATING MANUAL
CW-42i
with
Flat Panel Plasma Display Monitor
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction ............................................................................ 2
Important Information .......................................................... 3
Limited Warranty .................................................................. 5
How to Attach Options to the Plasma Monitor .................... 7
Part Names and Functions ....................................................
Front View ............................................................................
Rear View / Terminal Board .................................................
Plasma Remote Control ........................................................
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10
Overall Functional Description ............................................. 11
Installation ..............................................................................
Plasma Connection Examples ................................................
Connecting Your PC or Macintosh Computer ......................
Connecting Your VCR or Laser Disc Player ........................
Connecting Your DVD Player ...............................................
Pin Assignments for 15-pin RGB (analog) ...........................
Pin Configuration of the RGB3 Connector
(DVI Connector) ...................................................................
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13
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14
Basic Operations ....................................................................
Power ....................................................................................
Volume ..................................................................................
Mute ......................................................................................
Display ..................................................................................
Timer Off ..............................................................................
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15
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Aspect Ratio Controls ............................................................ 16
Aspect Ratio Operations (Manual) ........................................ 16
Wide Screen Operation with Computer Signals ................... 17
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls ......................................
Menu Operations ...................................................................
PICTURE ADJUST Menu ....................................................
AUDIO Menu ........................................................................
IMAGE OPTIONS Menu .....................................................
INSTALL 1 Menu .................................................................
INSTALL 2 Menu .................................................................
INSTALL 3 Menu .................................................................
LANGUAGE Menu ..............................................................
COLOR SYSTEM Menu ......................................................
SIGNAL INFO. Menu ..........................................................
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Table of Signals Supported..................................................... 61
Troubleshooting ...................................................................... 63
Dimensions .............................................................................. 64
Specifications .......................................................................... 65
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INTRODUCTION
» Introduction to the Runco CinemaWall™ CW-42i Flat Panel Display Monitor
The CW-42i is a state-of-the-art, DTV-compatible, flat-panel plasma display monitor. It is high altitude compliant
to 9000 feet. The CW-42i features an anti-glare filter to diffuse direct light sources, making images easier to view
under adverse lighting conditions. Runco incorporates its acclaimed Vivix™ processing into the CW-42i. This
standard video processing includes 3D scan conversion with motion compensation and 3:2 pulldown for excellent video performance with both video-based and film-based material. In addition, multiple aspect ratio control
includes Runco’s VirtualWide™ mode to fill the 16:9 screen with standard 4:3 images without loss of picture
quality. The CW-42i has been carefully engineered for superb video performance. At less than five inches deep,
it can be wall-mounted or used on a tabletop stand.
» The features you’ll enjoy include:
• 16:9 Native Resolution 853 x 480
• DVI Input with HDCP
• IR and discrete RS-232 control for custom installation integration
• High altitude compliant to 9000 feet
• HDTV Compatible
Contents of the package:
• Plasma display monitor
• Power cord
• Remote control with two AAA batteries
• User’s manual
• Safety metal fittings*
• Screws for safety metal fittings*
• Ferrite core (small x 2. large x 2), bands
• Cable clamps
* These are fittings for fastening the unit to a wall to prevent tipping due to external shock when using the
tablestand (optional). Fasten the safety fittings to the holes in the back of the plasma using the safety fitting mount
screws.
Options:
• Wall mount unit
• Tilt mount unit
• Tablestand
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
» Precautions
Please read this manual carefully before using your plasma monitor and keep the manual handy for future reference.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
!
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol warns the user that uninsulated voltage within the unit may have sufficient magnitude, it is dangerous
to make any kind of contact with any part inside this unit. This symbol alerts the user that important literature
concerning the operation and maintenance of this unit has been included. Therefore, it should be read carefully
in order to avoid any problems.
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
ALSO DO NOT USE THIS UNIT’S POLARIZED PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD RECEPTACLE OR
OTHER OUTLETS, UNLESS THE PRONGS CAN BE FULLY INSERTED. REFRAIN FROM OPENING
THE CABINET AS THERE ARE HIGH-VOLTAGE COMPONENTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
WARNING
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
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.
» Warnings and Safety Precautions
No maintenance other than cleaning is required. Please see the section “Plasma monitor cleaning procedure” on page 4.
The plasma display panel consists of fine picture elements (cells). There may be some cells that do not produce
light or remain lit. For operating safety and to avoid damage to the unit, read carefully and observe the following
instructions. To avoid shock and fire hazards:
1. Provide adequate space for ventilation to avoid internal heat build-up. Do not cover rear vents or install the unit
in a closed cabinet or shelves. If you install the unit in an enclosure, make sure there is adequate space at the top of
the unit to allow hot air to rise and escape. If the monitor becomes too hot, the overheat protector will be activated
and the monitor will be turned off. If this happens, turn off the power to the monitor and unplug the power cord.
If the room where the monitor is installed is particularly hot, move the monitor to a cooler location, and wait for
60 minutes to cool the monitor. If the problem persists, contact your dealer for service.
2. Do not use this unit’s polarized plug with extension cords or outlets unless the prongs can be completely
inserted.
3. Do not expose the unit to water or moisture.
4. Avoid damage to the power cord, and do not attempt to modify the power cord.
5. Unplug the power cord during electrical storms or if the unit will not be used over a long period.
6. Do not open the cabinet which has potentially dangerous high voltage components inside. If the unit is damaged
in this way the warranty will be void. Moreover, there is a serious risk of electric shock.
7. Do not attempt to service or repair the unit. The manufacturer is not liable for any bodily harm or damage caused
if unqualified persons attempt service or open the back cover. Refer all service to authorized Service Centers.
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Important Information
NOTE:
When you connect a computer to this monitor, use an RGB cable including the ferrite core on both ends of the
cable. And regarding DVI and power cable, attach the supplied ferrite cores. If you do not do this, the monitor
will not conform to mandatory FCC standards. Attaching the ferrite cores: Set the ferrite cores on both ends of
the DVI cable (not supplied), and both ends of the power cable (supplied). Close the lid tightly until the clamps
click. Use the band to fasten the ferrite core (supplied) to the DVI cable.
» To avoid damage and prolong operating life:
1. Use only with 120V 50/60Hz AC power supply. Continued operation at line voltages greater than 120 Volts AC
will shorten the life of the unit, and might even cause a fire hazard.
2. Handle the unit carefully when installing it and do not drop.
3. Set the unit away from heat, excessive dust, and direct sunlight.
4. Protect the inside of the unit from liquids and small metal objects. In case of accident, unplug the power cord
and have it serviced by an authorized Service Center.
5. Do not hit or scratch the panel surface as this causes flaws on the surface of the screen.
6. For correct installation and mounting it is strongly recommended to use a trained, authorized dealer.
7. As is the case with any phosphor-based display (like a CRT monitor, for example) light output will gradually
decrease over the life of a Plasma Display Panel.
8. To avoid sulfurization it is strongly recommended not to place the unit in a dressing room in a public bath or
hot spring bath.
» Plasma monitor cleaning procedure:
1. Use a soft dry cloth to clean the front panel and bezel area. Never use solvents such as alcohol or thinner to
clean these surfaces.
2. Clean plasma ventilation areas with a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush nozzle attachment.
3. To ensure proper ventilation, cleaning of the ventilation areas must be carried out monthly. More frequent
cleaning may be necessary depending on the environment in which the plasma monitor is installed.
Recommendations to avoid or minimize phosphor burn-in:
Like all phosphor-based display devices and all other gas plasma displays, plasma monitors can be susceptible
to phosphor burn under certain circumstances. Certain operating conditions, such as the continuous display of a
static image over a prolonged period of time, can result in phosphor burn if proper precautions are not taken. To
protect your investment in this plasma monitor, please adhere to the following guidelines and recommendations
for minimizing the occurrence of image burn:
* Always enable and use your computer’s screen saver function during use with a computer input source.
* Display a moving image whenever possible.
* Change the position of the menu display from time to time.
* Always power down the monitor when you are finished using it.
If the plasma monitor is in long term use or continuous operation take the following measures to reduce the
likelihood of phosphor burn:
* Lower the Brightness and Contrast levels as much as possible without impairing image readability.
* Display an image with many colors and color gradations (i.e. photographic or photo-realistic images).
* Create image content with minimal contrast between light and dark areas, for example white characters on
black backgrounds. Use complementary or pastel color whenever possible.
* Avoid displaying images with few colors and distinct, sharply defined borders between colors.
NOTE: BURN-INS ARE NOT COVERED BY THE WARRANTY
Contact your dealer for other recommended procedures that will best suit your particular application needs.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Congratulations on your purchase of a Runco International video product and welcome to the Runco family! We
believe Runco produces “The World’s Finest Home Theater Products”. With proper installation, setup and care,
you should enjoy many years of unparalleled video performance.
This is a LIMITED WARRANTY as defined in the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. Please read it carefully and
retain it with your other important documents.
WHAT IS COVERED UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY:
SERVICE LABOR: Runco will pay for service labor by a Runco Authorized Service Center when needed as a
result of a manufacturing defect for a period of three (3) years from the effective date of delivery to the end user
(excluding the plasma glass panel).
PARTS: (Not including plasma glass panel) Runco will provide new or rebuilt replacement parts for the parts that
fail due to defects in materials or workmanship for a period of three (3) years from the effective date of delivery
to the end user. Such replacement parts are then subsequently warranted for the remaining portion (if any) of the
original warranty period.
PLASMA GLASS PANEL: Runco will pay for service labor by a Runco Authorized Service Center when needed
as a result of a manufacturing defect for a period of one (1) year from the effective date of delivery to the end
user. In addition, Runco will provide new or rebuilt replacement parts for the parts that fail due to defects in
materials or workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the effective date of delivery to the end user. Such
replacement parts are then subsequently warranted for the remaining portion (if any) of the original warranty
period.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY:
Image burn-in on plasma display panels are specifically excluded from coverage under this Limited Warranty.
Image burn-in is the result of misuse of the product and therefore cannot be repaired under the terms of this
Limited Warranty.
TO AVOID IMAGE BURN-IN:
Please ensure that still images are left on your plasma display panel for no more than a few minutes. Also ensure
that images displayed in the 4:3 aspect ratio mode (black or gray stripes, but no picture information is present
on the left and right edges of the screen) are used as infrequently as possible. This will prevent permanent image
burns on your plasma display panel, which can be seen permanently under certain conditions once burn-in has
occurred.
The types of images to avoid include video games, still images and computer screens with stationary tool bars
and icons. (This is why computers are equipped with screen savers – to prevent still images from burning into
the monitor’s phosphors after being displayed continuously for an extended period of time).
Normal viewing material such as television/satellite broadcasts, videotape or DVDs (not put into pause for
extended periods of time) will not cause damage to your display under normal conditions. Many DVD players
are also equipped with screen savers for this reason.
IMPORTANT: Runco is not responsible for image burns on any display. Please exercise caution when
using a 4:3 image on a 16:9 screen.
This Limited Warranty only covers failure due to defects in materials and workmanship that occur during normal
use and does not cover normal maintenance. This Limited Warranty does not cover cabinets or any appearance
items; failure resulting from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, misapplication, faulty or improper
installation or setup adjustments; improper maintenance, alteration, improper use of any input signal; damage
due to lightning or power line surges, spikes and brownouts; damage that occurs during shipping or transit; or
damage that is attributed to acts of God. In the case of remote control units, damage resulting from leaking, old,
damaged or improper batteries is also excluded from coverage under this Limited Warranty.
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Limited Warranty
CAUTION: THIS LIMITED WARRANTY ONLY COVERS RUNCO PRODUCTS PURCHASED FROM
RUNCO AUTHORIZED DEALERS. ALL OTHER PRODUCTS ARE SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED FROM
COVERAGE UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. MOREOVER, DAMAGE RESULTING DIRECTLY
OR INDIRECTLY FROM IMPROPER INSTALLATION OR SETUP IS SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED FROM
COVERAGE UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
RIGHTS, LIMITS AND EXCLUSIONS:
Runco limits its obligations under any implied warranties under state laws to a period not to exceed the
warranty period. There are no express warranties. Runco also excludes any obligation on its part for incidental
or consequential damages related to the failure of this product to function properly. Some states do not allow
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, and some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages. So the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state.
EFFECTIVE WARRANTY DATE:
This warranty begins on the effective date of delivery to the end user. For your convenience, keep the original
bill of sale as evidence of the purchase date.
IMPORTANT: WARRANTY REGISTRATION:
Please fill out and mail your warranty registration card. It is imperative that Runco knows how to reach you
promptly if we should discover a safety problem or product update for which you must be notified.
CONTACT A RUNCO AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER TO OBTAIN SERVICE:
Repairs made under the terms of this Limited Warranty covering your Runco video product will be performed at
the location of the product, during usual working hours, providing location of product is within normal operating
distance from a Runco Authorized Service Center. In some instances it may be necessary for the product to be
returned to the Runco factory for repairs. If, solely in Runco’s judgment, location of product to be repaired is
beyond normal operating distance of the closest Runco Authorized Service Center, or the repair requires the
unit be returned to the Runco factory, it is the owner’s responsibility to arrange for shipment of the product for
repair. These arrangements must be made through the selling Runco Dealer. If this is not possible, contact Runco
directly for a Return Authorization number and shipping instructions. Runco will return product transportation
prepaid in the United States, unless no product defect is discovered. In that instance, shipping costs will be the
responsibility of the owner.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
To locate the name and address of the nearest Runco authorized service location, or for additional information
about this Limited Warranty, please call or write:
RUNCO INTERNATIONAL
Attn: Customer Service Department
2900 Faber Street
Union City, CA 94587
Ph (510) 324-7777
Fax (510) 324-9300
Toll Free 1-800-23-RUNCO
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HOW TO ATTACH OPTIONS TO THE PLASMA MONITOR
You can attach your optional mounts or stand to the plasma monitor in one of the following two ways:
1) While it is upright. (See drawing A)
2) As it is laid down with the screen face down (See drawing B). Lay the protective sheet, which was wrapped
around the plasma monitor when it was packaged, beneath the screen surface so it does not scratch the screen
face.
* DO NOT touch or hold the screen face when carrying the unit.
• This device cannot be installed on its own. Be sure to use a stand or original mounting unit. (wallmount unit,
stand, etc.)
• For correct installation and mounting, it is required to use a trained, Runco Authorized Dealer. Failure to follow
correct mounting procedures could result in damage to the equipment or injury to the installer. Product warranty
does not cover damage caused by improper installation.
Use only the mounting kit or stand provided by Runco. Refer to mounting kit for detailed instructions.
B
A
50mm (2")
Wall
50mm (2")
50mm (2")
50mm (2")
50mm (2")
Wall
Ventilation Requirements for enclosure mounting
To allow heat to disperse, leave space between surrounding
objects as shown on the diagram to the right when installing.
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
» Front View
1
POWER
Turns the plasma monitor’s power on and off.
2
REMOTE SENSOR WINDOW
Receives the signals from the remote control.
3
POWER
When the power is on it will light GREEN. When the power is on the standby mode, it will light RED.
4
INPUT SELECT / EXIT
Switches the input, in the following order. The available inputs depend on the setting of “BNC INPUT”.
RGB:
COMP:
VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 HD/COMP/DTV
RGB/PC3 RGB/PC2 RGB/PC1
VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 HD1/COMP1/DTV1
RGB/PC2 RGB/PC1 HD2/COMP2/DTV2
5
LEFT/- and RIGHT/+
Enlarges or reduces the image. Functions as the CURSOR ( / )
buttons in the On-Screen Display (OSD) mode.
6
VOLUME DOWN and UP
Adjusts the volume. Functions as the CURSOR ( / ) buttons in the On-Screen Menu mode.
7
MENU
Sets the On-Screen Menu mode and displays the main menu.
Located on bottom
of Plasma
MENU / ENTER
7
VOLUME
DOWN
UP
6
Located on bottom
of Plasma
LEFT/-
RIGHT/+
5
INPUT SELECT
/EXIT
4
8
1
3
2
Part Names and Functions
A
AC IN
Connect the included power cord here.
B
Connect speakers (not available from Runco) here. Maintain the correct polarity.
C
VIDEO 1,2,3 (BNC, RCA, S-Video)
Connect VCR’s, DVD’s or Video Cameras, etc here. VIDEO1 can be used for INPUT or OUTPUT.
D
AUDIO1, AUDIO2, AUDIO3
These are audio input terminals. The input is selectable. Set which video image to distribute them from the
audio menu screen.
E
DVD1 / HD1
Connect DVD’s, High Definition or Laser Disks, etc here.
» Rear View / Terminal Board
F
RGB2 / DVD2 / HD2
RGB2: Connect an analog RGB signal and the synchronization signal.
DVD2 / HD2: Connect DVD’s, High Definition sources, Laser Discs, etc. here.
This input can be set for use with an RGB or Component source.
G
RGB1 (mini D-Sub 15pin)
Connect an analog RGB signal from a computer, etc. here.
This input can be used for Input or Output.
H
RGB3 (DVI 24pin)
Connect a digital signal (TMDS) from a source with a DVI output.
I
EXTERNAL CONTROL
This terminal is used when operating and controlling the monitor externally by RS-232.
Rear View / Terminal Board
VIDEO
1
C
2
3
AUDIO 1
L
(MONO)
D
R
DVD1/HD1
Y
E
Cb/Pb
Cr/Pr
AUDIO 2
L
(MONO)
R
DVD2/HD2
RGB2
R
G
F
Y
B
Cb/Pb
HD
VD
RGB1
G
D-SUB
AUDIO 3
L
(MONO)
R
AC
IN
RIGHT
LEFT
SPEAKERS MUST
HAVE MORE THAN
7WATT RATING
IMPEDANCE 6 OHM
DVD3/HD3
RGB3
H
I
DVI
D-SUB
EXTERNAL CONTROL
AC
IN
A
9
LEFT
RIGHT
B
SPEAKERS MUST
HAVE MORE THAN
7WATT RATING
IMPEDANCE 6 OHM
Part Names and Functions
» Plasma Remote Control
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
ON/OFF
Switches Power ON/OFF.
(This does not operate when POWER/STANDBY indicator of the main unit is off.
MENU
Press this button to access the OSD controls. Press this button during the display of the main menu to go to
the sub-menu.
CURSOR ( ▲ / ▼ / ◄ / ► )
Use these buttons to select items or settings and to adjust settings or switch the display patterns.
LIGHT*
Press this to illuminate the buttons. * Not available on all models.
EXIT
Press this button to exit the OSD controls in the main menu.
Press this button during the display of the sub menu to return to the previous menu.
VID 1-2-3
Press this button to select VIDEO as the source.
VID1 → VID2 → VID3
VIDEO can also be selected using the INPUT SELECT button on the monitor.
ASPECT
1
Press this button to select between aspect ratios.
MUTE
Mutes the sound.
COMP 1-2
2
Press this button to select between Component 1 and
Component 2 inputs.
3
DISPLAY
Displays the source settings on the screen.
VOLUME (+/-)
Adjusts the audio volume.
5
RGB 1-2-3
4
Press this button to select RGB/PC as the source.
7
The available sources depend on the setting of “BNC INPUT”.
8
6
10
RGB:
→ RGB1 → RGB2 → RGB3 –
ON
OFF
MENU
CODE
EXIT
LIGHT
COMP:
→ RGB1 → RGB3 –
RGB can also be selected using the INPUT SELECT
button on the monitor.
13 AUTO OFF
Use to select AUTO OFF TIMER settings.
10
VID
1-2-3
ASPECT
9
COMP
1-2
DISPLAY
VOL +
12
RGB
1-2-3
AUTO
OFF
VOL -
MUTE
11
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OVERALL FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
DIGITAL INPUTS:
• DVD 1 / HD1
This is a High Definition Digital input. Runco recommends using this digital input whenever possible. This
ensures the highest video quality because the signal is carried in the digital domain throughout the entire signal
path, from source component output, into the plasma. This maintains maximum signal purity.
Connect Digital High Definition sources that have a DVI output, such as HD tuners and set top boxes, satellite
receivers, DVD players, etc.
ISF Calibration:
This display device has been designed to incorporate setup and calibration standards established by the Imaging
Science Foundation (ISF). The ISF has developed carefully crafted, industry-recognized standards for optimal
video performance and has implemented a training program for technicians and installers to use these standards
to obtain optimal picture quality from Runco video display devices. Accordingly, Runco recommends that setup
and calibration be performed by an ISF certified installation technician.
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INSTALLATION
» Plasma Connection Examples
VIDEO 1-3
VIDEO
1
2
To video inputs on
the plasma monitor
3
AUDIO 1
L
VCR or Laser Disc Player
R
(MONO)
DVD1/HD1
Y
Cb/Pb
Cr/Pr
AUDIO 2
L
R
(MONO)
DVD2/HD2
RGB2
DVD Player
R
G
Y
B
IBM VGA or Compatibles
Cb/Pb
HD
Macintosh or Compatibles
(Desktop type)
VD
RGB1
D-SUB
AUDIO 3
L
R
(MONO)
Monitor adapter for Macintosh
DVD3/HD3
RGB3
HD Set Top Box with DVI HDCP Output
DVI
To Mini D-Sub 15 pin connector
on the plasma monitor
D-SUB
EXTERNAL CONTROL
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Installation
» Connecting Your PC or Macintosh Computer
Connecting your PC or Macintosh computer to your plasma monitor will enable you to display your computer’s
screen image for an impressive presentation. The plasma monitor supports the signals described on page 61.
To connect a PC, Macintosh or compatible graphics adapter, simply:
1. Turn off the power to your plasma monitor and computer.
2. If your PC does not support SXGA/XGA/SVGA/VGA you will need to install an SXGA/XGA/SVGA/
VGA graphics board. Consult your computer’s owner’s manual for your SXGA/XGA/SVGA/VGA configuration.
If you need to install a new board, see the manual that comes with your new graphics board for installation
instructions.
3. This plasma monitor provides signal compatibility up to VESA 1600 x 1200 (UXGA). However, it is not
recommended to use this resolution due to image readability on the monitor’s native pixel resolution panel.
4. Use the signal cable to connect your PC or Macintosh computer to the plasma monitor. For Macintosh, use the
monitor adapter to connect to your computer’s video port, if necessary.
5. Turn on the plasma monitor and the computer.
6. If the plasma monitor goes blank after a period of inactivity, it may be caused by a screen saver installed on the
computer you’ve connected to the plasma monitor.
When using a Macintosh with the plasma monitor, the following four display standards are supported using
the Macintosh adapter: (1) 13” fixed mode; (2) 16” fixed mode; (3) 19” fixed mode; (4) 21” fixed mode
The 13” fixed mode is recommended for your 42” Wide VGA.
» Connecting Your VCR or Laser Disc Player:
Use common RCA cables (not provided) to connect your VCR or laser disc player to your plasma monitor.
To make these connections, simply:
1. Turn off the power to your plasma monitor and VCR or laser disc player.
2. Connect one end of your RCA cable to the video output connector on the back of your VCR or laser disc
player, connect the other end to the Video input on your plasma monitor. Use standard RCA audio patch cords
to connect the audio from your VCR or laser disc player to your plasma monitor (if your VCR or laser disc player
has this capability). Be careful to keep your right and left channel connections correct for stereo sound.
3. Turn on the plasma monitor and the VCR or laser disc player.
Note:
Refer to your VCR or laser disc player owner’s manual for more information about your equipment’s video
output requirements.
» Connecting Your DVD Player:
You can connect your plasma monitor to a DVD player. To do so, simply:
1. Turn off the power to your plasma monitor and DVD player.
2. Use a component video cable to connect your DVD player to the Y, Cb, and Cr inputs on your plasma
monitor. Or use the DVD-player’s S-Video output. Use a standard S-Video cable to connect to the S-Video input
on the plasma monitor.
3. Turn on the plasma monitor and the DVD player.
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Installation
» Pin Assignments for 15-pin RGB (analog)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
5
4 3 2 1
10 9 8 7 6
15 14 13 12 11
Signal (Analog)
Red
Green or sync-on-green
Blue
No connection
Ground
Red ground
Green ground
Blue ground
No connection
Sync signal ground
No connection
Bi-directional DATA (SDA)
Horizontal sync or Composite sync
Vertical sync
Data clock
» Pin Configuration of the RGB3 Connector (DVI Connector)
The unit is equipped with a type of connector commonly used for digital.
(This cannot be used for an analog input.)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
RGB 3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
14
Signal (Digital)
T.M.D.S Data 2 T.M.D.S Data 2 +
T.M.D.S Data 2 Shield
No connection
No connection
DDC Clock
DDC Data
No connection
T.M.D.S Data 1 T.M.D.S Data 1 +
T.M.D.S Data 1 Shield
No connection
Pin No.
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Signal (Digital)
No connection
+5V Power
Ground
Hot Plug Detect
T.M.D.S Data 0 T.M.D.S Data 0 +
T.M.D.S Data Shield
No connection
No connection
T.M.D.S Clock Shield
T.M.D.S Clock +
T.M.D.S Clock -
BASIC OPERATIONS
» POWER
To turn the unit ON and OFF:
1. Plug the power cord into an active AC power outlet.
2. Press the POWER ON button (on the remote control or control panel) to turn on the unit.
The monitor’s POWER/STANDBY indicator will light up (green) when the unit is on.
3. Press the POWER OFF button (on the remote control or control panel) to turn off the unit.
The monitor’s POWER/STANDBY indicator turns red and the standby mode is set (only when turning off the unit
with the remote control).
» VOLUME
To adjust the sound volume:
1. Press and hold the VOLUME (+) button (on the remote control or the unit) to increase to the desired level.
2. Press and hold the VOLUME (-) button (on the remote control or the unit) to decrease to the desired level.
» MUTE
To cancel the sound:
Press the MUTE button on the remote control to cancel the sound; press again to restore.
» DISPLAY
To check the settings:
1. The screen changes each time the DISPLAY button is pressed.
2. If the button is not pressed for approximately three seconds, the menu turns off.
» TIMER OFF
To set the timer off:
The timer off can be set to turn the power off after 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes
1. Press the AUTO OFF button to start the timer at 30 minutes.
2. Press the AUTO OFF button to the desired time.
3. The timer starts when the menu turns off.
30 60 90 120 0 ┐
TIMER OFF
30
To check the remaining time:
1. Once the off timer has been set, press the AUTO OFF button once.
2. The remaining time is displayed, then turns off after a few seconds.
3. When five minutes remain the remaining time appears until it reaches zero.
To cancel the off timer:
1. Press the AUTO OFF button twice in a row.
2. The off timer is canceled.
NOTE:
After the power is turned off with the timer off... A slight current is still supplied to the monitor. When you are
leaving the room or do not plan to use the system for a long period of time, turn off the power of the monitor.
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ASPECT RATIO CONTROLS
» Aspect Ratio Operations (Manual)
There are four aspect ratios available that can be selected for video signal inputs.
When viewing videos or DVDs:
1. Press the ASPECT button on the remote control.
2. Within 3 seconds...
Press the ASPECT button again. The screen size switches as follows:
LTR BOX STD (4:3) ANAMPHC VRTWIDE
LTR BOX mode
The image in the Letterbox mode will be zoomed in,
and the top and bottom portion ‘blanked off.’ This ratio
is best suited for LaserDisc movies or non-anamorphic
DVD’s.
STD 4:3 mode
The input signal will be scaled to fit in the center of the
16:9 screen.
Active Image Area
Active
Image
Area
ANAMPHC mode
The image is compressed vertically, but anamorphic
software will appear properly proportioned. This is
best suited for use with 16:9 DVD’s.
VIRTUALWIDE mode
This aspect ratio is designed to fill the 16:9 screen
with a 4:3 image. The center of the picture is not
stretched, and it gradually stretches on the sides
reaching the most extreme stretch at the far edges of
the picture. (non-linear scaling) In addition, we apply
a very slight vertical stretch uniformly (no graduation)
which results in a very small amount of cropping
of the top and bottom of the image area. Thus a 4:3
image is transformed into a 16:9 image with minimal
distortion.
Active Image Area
Active
Image
Area
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Aspect Ratio Controls
» Wide Screen Operation with Computer Signals
Switch to the wide screen mode to expand the 4:3 image to fill the entire screen.
1. Press the ASPECT button on the remote control.
2. Within 3 seconds...
Press the ASPECT button again.
The screen size switches as follows:
STD (4:3) ANAMPHC LTR BOX
STD 4:3 mode (4:3 or SXGA 5:4)
Active
Image
Area
The picture has the same size as the normal computer image.
ANAMPHC mode
Active Image Area
The image is expanded in the horizontal direction.
Information
■ Supported resolution
See page 61 for details on the display output of the various
VESA signal standards supported by the monitor.
■ When 853 (848) dot x 480 line wide VGA *signals
with a vertical frequency of 60 Hz and horizontal
frequency of 31.7 (31.0) kHz are input.
Select an appropriate setting for RGB SELECT mode
referring to the “Table of Signals Supported” on page 61.
* “IBM PC/AT” and “VGA” are registered trademarks of
IBM, Inc. of the United States.
LTR BOX mode
Active Image Area
When wide signals are input.
NOTE:
Do not leave the displayed in 4:3 mode for an extended period. This can cause a phosphor burn-in.
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OSD (ON SCREEN DISPLAY) CONTROLS
» Menu Operations
The OSD window is displayed with respect to the screen as shown on the diagram.
* Depending on the screen’s mode, the OSD may be displayed differently. In the explanation, the OSD section is
shown close up.
The following describes how to use the menus and the selected items.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU.
CINEMAWALL
1/2
PICTURE ADJUST
AUDIO
IMAGE OPTIONS
INSTALL 1
INSTALL 2
INSTALL 3
ADVANCED OSD: ON
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
MENU/ENTER ENTER EXIT EXIT
2. Press the MENU button on the remote control to select a submenu or item.
CINEMAWALL
CINEMAWALL
1/2
2/2
PREVIOUS PG
PICTURE ADJUST
AUDIO
LANGUAGE
IMAGE OPTIONS
COLOR SYSTEM
INSTALL 1
SIGNAL INFO.
INSTALL 2
INSTALL 3
SEL.
ADVANCED OSD: ON
MENU/ENTER
ENTER
EXIT
EXIT
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
MENU/ENTER
OK
EXIT
EXIT
3. Press the cursor buttons
PICTURE ADJUST
CONTRAST
58
BRIGHTNESS
56
SHARPNESS
52
COLOR
49
TINT
on the remote control to highlight the menu you wish to enter.
1/2
50
PICTURE MEM
:
NORMAL
VIDEO NR
:
OFF
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
4. Adjust the level or change the setting of the selected item by using the cursor buttons ◄► on the remote
control.
5. Change the adjustments or the settings that are stored in memory. The change is stored until you change it
again.
6. Repeat steps 2-5 to adjust an additional item, or press the EXIT button on the remote control to return to the
main menu.
NOTE:
The main menu disappears by pressing the EXIT button.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Functions
Default
Reset
PICTURE
ADJUST
CONTRAST
Adjusts the contrast.
Center
Yes
BRIGHTNESS
Adjusts the brightness.
Center
Yes
SHARPNESS
Adjusts the sharpness
Center
Yes
COLOR
Adjusts the color.
Center
Yes
TINT
Adjusts the tint.
PICTURE MEM
Sets the image memory according to the VIDEO environment and image S/W.
VIDEO NR
Reduces noise visible in image.
Yes
Yes
OFF
Yes
Adjusts the color temperature and white balance.
8500K
Yes
RED GAIN
Adjusts the red content (signal level).
Center
Yes
GREEN GAIN
Adjusts the green content (signal level).
Center
Yes
BLUE GAIN
Adjusts the blue content (signal level).
Center
Yes
RED OFFSET
Adjusts the red content (black level).
Center
Yes
GREEN OFFSET
Adjusts the green content (black level).
Center
Yes
BLUE OFFSET
Adjusts the blue content (black level).
Center
Yes
RESET
Resets the WHITE BALANCE settings to the factory default values.
OFF
Yes
2.2
Yes
KELVIN
WHITE
BALANCE
Center
CONTRAST
GAMMA
Adjusts the brightness of midtone areas.
DITHER
Enables high-quality dark area reproduction.
AUTO
Yes
RED
Adjusts hue and color density of red.
Center
Yes
GREEN
Adjusts hue and color density of green.
Center
Yes
BLUE
Adjusts hue and color density of blue.
Center
Yes
COLOR CHART
YELLOW
Adjusts hue and color density of yellow.
Center
Yes
MAGENTA
Adjusts hue and color density of magenta.
Center
Yes
CYAN
Adjusts hue and color density of cyan.
Center
Yes
RESET
Resets COLOR CHART settings to the factory default values.
OFF
Yes
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Functions
Default
Reset
AUDIO
BASS
Sets the bass.
Center
Yes
TREBLE
Sets the treble.
Center
Yes
BALANCE
Sets the left/right balance.
Center
Yes
AUDIO INPUT 1-3
Sets the allocation of the audio connectors.
*1
Yes
Default
Reset
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Functions
IMAGE
OPTIONS
ASPECT RATIO
Selects between the different aspect ratio modes.
V SHIFT
--
--
Adjusts the vertical position.
Center
Yes
H SHIFT
Adjusts the horizontal position.
Center
Yes
V-SIZE
Adjusts the vertical size.
Min
Yes
H-SIZE
Adjusts the horizontal size.
Min
Yes
COMPUTER
Turn this on to have the monitor automatically adjust “FINE PICTURE” and
“PICTURE ADJ”
OFF *
No
FINE PICTURE
Adjusts for flickering on the computer image.
Min *2
Yes
PICTURE ADJ
Adjusts for striped patterns on the computer image.
Center *2
Yes
Functions
Defaults
Reset
Main Menu
Sub Menu
INSTALL 1
OSD
DISPLAY OSD
When set to OFF, the on-screen menu is not displayed.
OSD ADJ.
Sets the position of the menu.
OSD POSITION
Sets the display format as a horizontal or vertical screen.
H
Yes
OSD ORBITER
Sets the OSD not to be displayed at the same position.
OFF
Yes
BNC INPUT
Sets the BNC connectors.
RGB
Yes
D-SUB TYPE
Checks the signal being transmitted to RGB1 terminal.
RGB TYPE
Sets the appropriate mode for the computer image.
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ON
Yes
1
Yes
RGB
--
AUTO
Yes
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Functions
Default
Reset
RGB (VGA signals), VIDEO (Moving picture), WIDE (Wide VGA), DTV.
Main Menu
INSTALL 2
HD TYPE
Sets the digital broadcasting (1080A, 1080B, 1080C) or the High Vision (1035I).
INPUT SKIP
Skips over signals which are not present.
FACTORY
Resets all the settings (PICTURE ADJ, AUDIO, IMAGE OPT, INSTALL 1-3,
etc.) to the factory default values.
Sub Menu
Functions
1080B
No
OFF
Yes
--
--
Default
Reset
AUTO OFF
Sets the monitor for use as an energy-saving display when used with a computer.
OFF
Yes
CINEMA MODE
Sets the picture to suit the movie.
ON
Yes
PDP PROTECT
LUM. SETTING
Limits screen brightness to reduce burn-in on the display.
AUTO
Yes
ORBITER
Moves the picture intermittently.
OFF
Yes
INVERSE
Displays a negative/positive inverse image or an all-white screen.
OFF
Yes
IMAGE SWEEP
Sweeps the screen with a white vertical bar.
OFF
Yes
SOFTEN
Softens the detail in 4 steps (1-4)
OFF
Yes
SIDEBAR ADJ
In case of 4:3, sets the luminance of both sides.
3
Yes
S1/S2
Resizes the S-video image to best fit the display.
OFF
Yes
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Functions
Defaults
Reset
INSTALL 3
TIMER
Main Menu
PRESENT TIME
Sets the day of the week and the time.
PROGRAM
Sets the ON/OFF time for switching on the power and the input mode.
--
No
OFF
Yes
INPUT SELECT
Sets the input mode at the time the power is switched on.
LAST
Yes
CONTROL LOCK
Disables the function of the front panel buttons.
OFF
Yes
IR ENABLE
Disables the transmission of the remote control.
ON
Yes
LOOP OUT
When set to ON, the received signal will be looped out.
OFF
Yes
Default
Reset
Sub Menu
Functions
ID NUMBER
Sets ID number for the display.
ALL
Yes
DIVIDER
Creates a 2x2 or 3x3 video wall.
OFF
Yes
POSITION
Sets the position.
DISP. MODE
Selects the screen mode from between Splitting and Blanking.
AUTO ID
Automatically sets the ID number of multiple displays.
IMAGE OPT
Adjusts the position of the image, etc.
--
--
P. ON DELAY
When set to ON, each display turns on after a delay time.
OFF
Yes
LUM SET
LINK
Sets a uniform brightness for each display.
OFF
Yes
REPEATTIMER
Sets two programmable timers.
OFF
Yes
Functions
Default
Reset
LANGUAGE
Sets the language of the menus (English, German, French, Italian, Spanish).
English
No
COLOR
SYSTEM
Sets the VIDEO format (AUTO, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL60, SECAM, 4.43
NTSC or 3.59 NTSC).
AUTO
No
SIGNAL INFO.
Used to check the frequency and synchronizing polarities of the active signal
being input.
--
--
VIDEO WALL
Main Menu
Sub Menu
*1 AUDIO INPUT 1: VIDEO 1 AUDIO INPUT 2: HD/DVD1 AUDIO INPUT 3: RGB1
*2 RGB/PC only
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--
--
SPLIT
Yes
OFF
Yes
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
» PICTURE ADJUST Menu
Adjusting the picture
The contrast, brightness, sharpness, color and tint can be adjusted as desired.
Example: Adjusting the contrast
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “PICTURE ADJUST”, then press the MENU button.
The “PICTURE ADJUST” screen appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “CONTRAST”.
PICTURE ADJUST
1/2
CONTRAST
58
BRIGHTNESS
56
SHARPNESS
52
COLOR
49
TINT
50
PICTURE MEM
:
NORMAL
VIDEO NR
:
OFF
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
3. Use the
and
CONTRAST
* If neither
reappears.
EXIT RETURN
buttons to adjust the contrast.
58
or
buttons is pressed within 5 seconds, the current setting is set and the previous screen
4. Once the adjustment is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
NOTE:
If “CAN NOT ADJUST” appears...
When trying to enter the PICTURE submenu, make sure PICTURE MEM is not set to FACTORY.
Information
■ Picture adjustment screen
CONTRAST .........
Changes the picture’s white level.
BRIGHTNESS .....
Changes the picture’s black level.
SHARPNESS .......
Changes the picture’s sharpness.
Adjusts picture detail of VIDEO
display.
COLOR ...............
Changes the color density.
TINT ....................
Changes the picture’s tint. Adjust for
natural colored skin, background, etc.
■ Adjusting the computer image
Only the contrast and brightness can be adjusted when a computer
signal is connected.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the “PICTURE MEM” settings.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Setting the picture mode according to the brightness of the room
There are four picture modes that can be used effectively according to the environment in which you are viewing
the display.
Example: Setting the “CUSTOM1” mode
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “PICTURE ADJUST”, then press the MENU button. The “PICTURE
ADJUST” screen appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “PICTURE MEM”
PICTURE ADJUST
1/2
CONTRAST
58
BRIGHTNESS
56
SHARPNESS
52
COLOR
49
TINT
50
PICTURE MEM
:
CUSTOM1
VIDEO NR
:
OFF
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
EXIT RETURN
ADJ.
3. To set to “CUSTOM1” ...
Use the and buttons to select “CUSTOM1”. The mode switches as follows when the
pressed:
PICTURE MEM
NORMAL ISF DAY ISF NIT CUSTOM1 FILM
If neither the
reappears.
or
and
:
buttons are
CUSTOM1
button is pressed within 5 seconds, the current selection is set and the previous screen
4. Once the adjustment is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
Information
■ Types of picture modes
ISF DAY and ISF NIT (NIGHT)
Set this mode when watching video in a dark room. This mode
provides darker, finer pictures, like the screen in movie theaters.
For a darker image, select ISF NIT.
NORMAL
Set this mode when watching video in a bright room. This mode
provides dynamic pictures with distinct differences between light
and dark sections.
FILM
Use this setting for brightness.
CUSTOM1
Use this to reset the picture to the factory default settings.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Reducing noise in the picture
Use these settings if the picture has noise due to poor reception or when playing video tapes on which the picture
quality is poor.
Example: Setting “VID NR3”
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “PICTURE ADJUST”, then press the MENU button. The “PICTURE
ADJUST” screen appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “VIDEO NR”.
PICTURE ADJUST
1/2
CONTRAST
58
BRIGHTNESS
56
SHARPNESS
52
COLOR
49
TINT
50
PICTURE MEM
:
CUSTOM1
VIDEO NR
:
OFF
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
3. Use the and buttons to select “VID NR3”.
The mode switches as follows when the and buttons are pressed:
OFF VID NR1 VID NR2 VID NR3
* If neither the
reappears.
or
VIDEO NR
:
VID NR3
button is pressed within 5 seconds, the current selection is set and the previous screen
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
Information:
■ VIDEO NR
* “NR” stands for Noise Reduction.
* This function reduces noise in the picture.
■ Types of noise reduction
There are three types of noise reduction. Each has a different level of noise reduction. The effect becomes stronger as the number
increases (in the order VID NR1 VID NR2 VID NR3).
OFF ..... Turns the noise reduction function off.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Setting the KELVIN
Use this procedure to set color tone produced by the plasma display.
Example: Setting “6500K”
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “PICTURE ADJUST”, then press the MENU button. The “PICTURE
ADJUST” screen appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “KELVIN”.
3. Use the and buttons to select “6500K”.
The mode switches as follows when the and
5400K 6500K 8500K 9300K
buttons are pressed:
* See below to set “WHITE BALANCE ”.
PICTURE ADJUST
2/2
PREVIOUS PG
KELVIN
:
GAMMA
:
6500K
2.2
DITHER
:
AUTO
COLOR CHART
SEL.
MENU/ENTER ENTER EXIT RETURN
* If neither the
reappears.
or
button is pressed within 5 seconds, the current selection is set and the previous screen
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
Information
■ Setting the color temperature
5400K ................ Redder
6500K ................ Slightly redder
8500K ................ Standard (slightly bluer)
9300K ................ Bluer
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu. Note that this
also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Adjusting the Color to the Desired Level
Use this procedure to adjust the white balance for each color temperature to achieve the desired color quality.
Example: Adjusting the “RED GAIN” of “9300K” color temperature.
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
Perform Steps 1-3 of KELVIN, then...
4. Press the MENU button. The “WHITE BALANCE” screen appears.
5. Use the
and
buttons to select “RED GAIN”.
WHITE BALANCE
KELVIN 6500K
RED GAIN
60
GREEN GAIN
61
BLUE GAIN
60
RED OFFSET
50
GREEN OFFSET
50
BLUE OFFSET
50
RESET
SEL.
: OFF
ADJ.
EXIT
RETURN
6. Adjust the white balance using the
* If neither the
reappears.
and
and
buttons.
RED GAIN
0
buttons is pressed within 5 seconds, the current setting is set and the previous screen
7. Once the adjustment is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
Information
■ Adjusting the white balance
R/G/B GAIN ..... White balance adjustment for signal level
R/G/B OFFSET . .White balance adjustment for black level
RESET .................... Resets settings to the factory default
values. Use and buttons to select
“ON”, then press the MENU button.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “RESET” under the WHITE BALANCE menu.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Changing the GAMMA
This feature adjusts the brightness of the midtone areas while keeping shadows and highlights unchanged.
Example: Setting “2.8”
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “PICTURE ADJUST”, then press the MENU button. The “PICTURE
ADJUST” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “GAMMA”.
PICTURE ADJUST
2/2
PREVIOUS PG
3. Use the and buttons to select “2.8”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or button is pressed:
1.8 2.2 2.5 2.8
COLOR TEMP.
:
GAMMA
:
6500K
2.2
DITHER
:
AUTO
COLOR CHART
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu.
To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
Information
■ GAMMA settings
The picture becomes darker as the number increases (in the sequence of 1.8, 2.2, 2.5, 2.8).
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu. Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
Making the DITHER Adjustments
This feature allows more detailed tone to be reproduced especially in the dark area.
Example: Setting “2.2”
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “PICTURE ADJUST”, then press the MENU button. The “PICTURE
ADJUST” screen appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “DITHER”.
PICTURE ADJUST
3. Use the and buttons to select “AUTO”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or button is pressed:
AUTO STILL MOTION DIFFUSE
2/2
PREVIOUS PG
KELVIN
:
GAMMA
:
6500K
2.2
DITHER
:
AUTO
COLOR CHART
SEL.
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu.
To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
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ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Information
■ DITHER settings
AUTO ................ Will automatically appraise the picture and make adjustments.
STILL ................ Will apply the dither method suitable for still pictures.
MOTION ........... Will apply the dither method suitable for motion pictures.
DIFFUSE ........... Will apply the error diffusion method.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu. Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
Adjusting the Colors
Use this procedure to adjust hue and color density for red, green, blue, yellow, magenta and cyan. Such adjustments
will not affect the other colors. You can accentuate the green color of trees, the blue of the sky, etc.
Example: Adjusting the color tune for blue
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “PICTURE ADJUST”, then press the MENU button. The “PICTURE
ADJUST” screen appears.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “COLOR CHART”, then press the MENU button. The “COLOR CHART”
screen appears.
COLOR CHART
3. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select “RED”.
4. Adjust using the ◄ and ► buttons.
RED
Y
M0
GREEN
C
Y 0
BLUE
M
C 0
YELLOW
G
R 0
MAGENTA
R
B 0
CYAN
B
RESET
SEL.
G 0
: OFF
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
* If neither the ◄ or ► button is pressed within 5 seconds, the current selection is set and the previous screen
reappears.
To continue making other adjustments... Repeat from step 3.
5. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
Information
■ COLOR CHART settings
RED ................... Makes red’s adjustment
GREEN ............. Makes green’s adjustment
BLUE ................ Makes blue’s adjustment
YELLOW .......... Makes yellow’s adjustment
MAGENTA ....... Makes magenta’s adjustment
CYAN ................ Makes cyan’s adjustment
RESET ............... Resets settings to the factory default values. Use
and
buttons to select “ON”, then press the MENU button.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu. Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
» AUDIO Menu
Adjusting the treble, bass and left/right balance and audio input select
The treble, bass and left/right balance can be adjusted to suit your tastes.
Example: Adjusting the bass
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the
and
buttons to select “AUDIO”, then press the MENU button. The “AUDIO” screen appears.
2. To adjust the bass... Use the
3. Adjust the bass using the
and
and
buttons to select “BASS”.
buttons.
AUDIO
BASS
0
TREBLE
0
BALANCE
0
AUDIO INPUT1
:
VIDEO 1
AUDIO INPUT2
:
HD/DVD 1
AUDIO INPUT3
:
RGB 1
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
To continue adjusting the audio ... Repeat from step 2.
Information
■ Audio setup menu
BASS .................... Controls the level of low frequency sound.
TREBLE ............... Controls the level of high frequency sound.
BALANCE ........... Controls the balance of the left and right channels.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
Note:
If “CAN NOT ADJUST” appears... Set “AUDIO INPUT” on the AUDIO menu correctly.
4. Once the adjustment is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once again.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Setting the allocation of the audio connectors
Setting the AUDIO 1, 2, and 3 connectors to the desired input.
Example: Setting “AUDIO INPUT1” to “VIDEO1”
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “AUDIO”, then press the MENU button. The “AUDIO” screen appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “AUDIO INPUT1”.
3. To set the AUDIO INPUT1 to “VIDEO1”...
Use the and buttons to select “VIDEO1”.
The mode switches as follows each time the and buttons is pressed:
The available sources depend on the setting of “BNC INPUT”.
RGB: → VIDEO1↔ VIDEO2 ↔ VIDEO3 ↔ HD1 ←
→ RGB3 ↔ RGB2 ↔ RGB1 ←
COMP: → VIDEO1↔ VIDEO2 ↔ VIDEO3 ↔ HD/DVD1 ←
→ RGB3 ↔ RGB1 ↔ HD/DVD2 ←
AUDIO
BASS
0
TREBLE
0
BALANCE
0
AUDIO INPUT1
:
VIDEO 1
AUDIO INPUT2
:
HD/DVD 1
AUDIO INPUT3
:
RGB 1
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
4. Once the adjustment is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
Information
■ AUDIO INPUT
A single audio input cannot be selected as the audio channel for more than one input terminal.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
» IMAGE OPTIONS Menu
The position of the image can be adjusted and flickering of the image can be corrected.
Example: Adjusting the vertical position in the normal mode
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “IMAGE OPTIONS”, then press the MENU button. The “IMAGE OPTIONS”
screen appears.
Default settings (when RGB/PC is selected).
IMAGE OPTIONS
ASPECT RATIO :
VRTWIDE
V SHIFT
0
H SHIFT
0
V-SIZE
0
H-SIZE
0
COMPUTER
: OFF
FINE PICTURE
0
PICTURE ADJ
0
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
* The settings on the IMAGE OPTIONS menu are not preset at the factory.
To select a mode ...
Use the and buttons to select a mode. The mode switches as follows when the and buttons are pressed:
STD 4:3 ↔ ANAMPHC ↔ VRTWIDE ↔ LTR BOX
* The mode can also be switched by pressing the “ASPECT” button on the remote control.
2. To adjust the vertical position ...
Use the and buttons to select “V SHIFT”.
IMAGE OPTIONS
ASPECT RATIO :
V SHIFT
0
H SHIFT
0
V-SIZE
0
H-SIZE
0
SEL.
3. Adjust using the
* If neither the
reappears.
V SHIFT
ADJ.
and
or
0
VRTWIDE
EXIT RETURN
buttons.
button is pressed within 5 seconds, the current setting is set and the previous screen
To continue making other computer image adjustments...
Repeat from step 2.
4. Once all adjustments are completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu, To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Information
■ When “COMPUTER” is off
IMAGE OPTIONS
ASPECT RATIO :
VRTWIDE
V SHIFT
0
H SHIFT
0
V-SIZE
0
H-SIZE
0
COMPUTER
: OFF
FINE PICTURE
0
PICTURE ADJ
0
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
When Auto Picture is off, the Fine Picture and the Picture ADJ. items area displayed so that you can adjust them.
■ Adjusting the COMPUTER
ON .............. The picture ADJ., Fine Picture and Position adjustments are made automatically. Not available for digital ZOOM.
OFF ............ The Picture ADJ., Fine Picture and Position adjustments are made manually.
* If FINE PICTURE will not adjust, set “Computer” to OFF and adjust manually.
■ Adjusting the position of the image
V SHIFT................ Adjusts the vertical position of the image.
H SHIFT................ Adjusts the horizontal position of the image.
V-SIZE .................. Adjusts the vertical size of the image. (Except for VRTWIDE mode)
H-SIZE..................... Adjusts the horizontal size of the image. (Except for VRTWIDE mode)
FINE PICTURE* .... Adjusts for flickering.
PICTURE ADJ.* ..... Adjusts for striped patterns on the image.
*The Picture ADJ. and Fine Picture features are available only when the “Computer” is off.
* The COMPUTER, FINE PICTURE and PICTURE ADJ. are available only for RGB signals. But, these features are not available
for moving pictures on VIDEO, COMP or RGB.
■ Restoring the factory defaults settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu. Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults for Auto Picture.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
» INSTALL 1 Menu
Setting the on-screen menu
This sets the position of the menu, the display format (horizontal or vertical) etc.
Example: Turning the DISPLAY OSD off
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “INSTALL 1”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 1” menu
appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “OSD”, then press the MENU button. The “OSD” menu appears.
3. Use the
and
buttons to select “DISPLAY OSD”.
4. To set the DISPLAY OSD to “OFF”...
Use the and buttons to select “OFF”. The mode switches as follows each time the
ON ↔ OFF
OSD
DISPLAY OSD
:
OFF
OSD ADJ.
:
1
OSD ANGLE
:
HOR.
OSD ORBITER
:
OFF
SEL.
ADJ.
or
button is pressed:
EXIT RETURN
5. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the INSTALL 1 menu. To return to the main menu, press the EXIT button once
more.
Information
■ DISPLAY OSD settings
ON ........ The on-screen menu appears.
OFF ...... The on-screen menu does not appear.
If you press the DISPLAY button on the remote control for
more than 3 seconds the main menu will appear and can be set
(although it is not ON).
■ OSD ADJUST settings
Adjusts the position of the menu when it appears on the screen.
The position can be set between 1 to 6.
1
4
2
5
■ OSD ORBITER settings
ON ........ The position of the menu will be shifted
by eight dots each time OSD is displayed.
OFF ...... OSD will be displayed at the same position.
■ Restoring the factory defaults settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu. Note that this
also restores other settings to the factory defaults for Auto
Picture.
3
6
■ OSD ANGLE settings
Sets the display format (landscape “HOR” or portrait “VERT”).
INSTALL 1
OSD
BNC INPUT
: COMP
D-SUB TYPE
: RGB
RGB TYPE
: AUTO
HD TYPE
: 1080B
INPUT SKIP
: OFF
FACTORY
: OFF
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
MENU/ENTER ENTER EXIT RETURN
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Setting the BNC connectors
Select whether to set the input of the 5 BNC connectors to RGB and Component.
Example: Set the BNC INPUT mode to “COMP”
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “INSTALL 1”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 1” menu
appears.
2. Use the and buttons to select “BNC INPUT”.
3. To set the BNC INPUT mode to “COMP”...
Use the and buttons to select “COMP”. The mode switches as follows each time the
pressed:
RGB ↔ COMP
or
button is
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
INSTALL 1
OSD
INSTALL 1
: COMP
D-SUB TYPE
: RGB
BNC INPUT
:
COMP
RGB TYPE
: AUTO
D-SUB TYPE
:
RGB
HD TYPE
: 1080B
RGB TYPE
:
AUTO
INPUT SKIP
: OFF
HD TYPE
: 1080B
FACTORY
: OFF
INPUT SKIP
: OFF
FACTORY
: OFF
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
MENU/ENTER ENTER EXIT RETURN
Information
OSD
BNC INPUT
■ BNC INPUT settings
RGB ......... Use the 5BNC terminals for RGB input.
COMP ...... Use the 3BNC terminals for Component input.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Checking the signal being transmitted to RGB1 terminal
Use this to confirm the signal being transmitted to the RGB1 terminal. It is set to RGB and can not be adjusted.
INSTALL 1
OSD
BNC INPUT
:
D-SUB TYPE
:
COMP
RGB
RGB TYPE
:
AUTO
HD TYPE
: 1080B
INPUT SKIP
: OFF
FACTORY
: OFF
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
Setting a computer image to the correct RGB select screen
With the computer image, select the RGB Select mode for a moving image such as (video) mode, wide mode or
digital broadcast.
Example: Setting the “RGB TYPE” mode to “AUTO”
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the
appears.
and
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “INSTALL 1”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 1” menu
buttons to select “RGB TYPE”.
3. To set the RGB select mode to “AUTO”...
Use the and buttons to select “AUTO”. The mode switches as follows each time the
pressed:
AUTO STILL MOTION RESIZE1 RESIZE2 DTV
or
button is
INSTALL 1
OSD
BNC INPUT
:
D-SUB TYPE
:
COMP
RGB
RGB TYPE
:
AUTO
HD TYPE
: 1080B
INPUT SKIP
: OFF
FACTORY
: OFF
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Information
■ RGB TYPE modes
One of these 6 modes must be selected in order to display the following signals correctly.
AUTO:
Select the suitable mode for the specifications of input signals as listed in the table “Computer input signals supported
by this system” on page 61.
STILL:
To display VESA standard signals. (Use this mode for a still image from a computer.)
MOTION: The video signal (from a scan converter) will be converted to RGB signals to make the picture more easily viewable.
(Use this mode for a motion image from a computer.)
RESIZE1: When an 852 dot 480 line signal with a horizontal frequency of 31.7kHz is input, the image may be compressed
horizontally. To prevent this, set RGB TYPE to RESIZE1.
RESIZE2: When an 848 dot 480 line signal with a horizontal frequency of 31.0 kHz is input, the image may be compressed
horizontally. To prevent this, set RGB TYPE to RESIZE2.
DTV:
Set this mode when watching digital broadcasting (480P).
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu. Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
Setting high definition images to the suitable screen size
Use this procedure to set whether the number of vertical lines of the input high definition image is 1035 or 1080.
Example Setting the “1080B” mode to “1035I”
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “INSTALL 1”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 1” menu
appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “HD TYPE”.
3. To set the HD TYPE mode to “1080B”...
Use the and buttons to select “1080B”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
or
button is pressed:
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu.
To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
1080B
1035I
1080A
INSTALL 1
OSD
BNC INPUT
:
D-SUB TYPE
:
RGB
RGB TYPE
:
AUTO
Information
HD TYPE
: 1080B
INPUT SKIP
: OFF
■ HD TYPE modes
These 3 modes are not displayed with correct image signals automatically.
FACTORY
: OFF
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
1080B ......... Standard digital broadcasts
1035I ........... Japanese “High Vision” signal format
1080A ......... Special Digital broadcasts (for example: DTC100)
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COMP
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Setting the Input Skip
When this is ON, signals which are not present will be skipped over and only pictures whose signals are being
transmitted will be displayed. This setting is valid only for the INPUT SELECT button on the unit.
Example: Set to “OFF”
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the
appears.
2. Use the
and
and
buttons to select “INSTALL 1”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 1” menu
buttons to select “INPUT SKIP”.
3. To set the INPUT SKIP mode to “OFF”...
Use the and buttons to select “OFF”. The mode switches as follows each time the
OFF
ON
or
button is pressed:
INSTALL 1
OSD
BNC INPUT
:
D-SUB TYPE
:
COMP
RGB
RGB TYPE
:
AUTO
HD TYPE
: 1080B
INPUT SKIP
: OFF
FACTORY
: OFF
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
Information
■ INPUT SKIP settings
OFF ........... Regardless of the presence of the signal, scan and display all signals.
ON.............. If no input signal is present, skip that signal.
* “SETTING NOW” will appear during the input search.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Resetting to the default values
Use these operations to restore all the settings (PICTURE ADJUST, AUDIO, IMAGE OPTIONS, INSTALL 1~3,
etc) to the factory default values.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “INSTALL 1”, then press the MENU button.
The “INSTALL 1” menu appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “FACTORY”, then press the
INSTALL 1
OSD
BNC INPUT
:
D-SUB TYPE
:
COMP
RGB
RGB TYPE
:
AUTO
HD TYPE
: 1080B
INPUT SKIP
: OFF
FACTORY
: OFF
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
3. Use the
and
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
buttons to select “ON”, then press the MENU button.
INSTALL 1
FACTORY
OSD
BNC INPUT
:
D-SUB TYPE
:
COMP
RGB
RGB TYPE
:
AUTO
HD TYPE
: 1080B
INPUT SKIP
: OFF
FACTORY
: OFF
SETTING NOW
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
When the “SETTING NOW” screen disappears, then all the settings are restored to the default values.
4. Once the setting is completed ...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu.
To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
» INSTALL 2 Menu
Setting the Auto Off for computer images
This energy-saving (Auto Off) function automatically reduces the monitor’s power consumption if no operation
is performed for a certain amount of time.
Example: Turning the Auto Off function on
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the
appears.
2. Use the
and
and
buttons to select “INSTALL 2”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 2” menu
buttons to select “AUTO OFF”.
3. To turn the Auto Off function on ...
Use the and buttons to select “ON”. The mode switches as follows each time the
ON OFF
INSTALL 2
or
button is pressed:
2/3
PREVIOUS PG
AUTO OFF
:
OFFf
CINEMA MODE
:
ON
PDP PROTECT
:
OFF
SIDEBAR ADJ
:
3
S1 / S2
:
OFF
AUTO SIZE
:
ON
DVI TYPE
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
Information
■ AUTO OFF function
* The auto off function automatically reduces the monitor’s power consumption if the computer’s keyboard or mouse is not operated
for a certain amount of time. This function can be used when using the monitor with a computer.
* If the computer’s power is not turned on or if the computer and selector tuner are not properly connected, the system is set to the
off state.
* For instructions on using the computer’s Auto Off function, refer to the computer’s operating instructions.
■ AUTO OFF settings
ON ........ In this mode the Auto Off function is turned on. OFF ....... In this mode the Auto Off function is turned off.
■ AUTO OFF function and POWER / STANDBY indicator
The POWER/STANDBY indicator indicates the status of the Auto Off function. See page 39 for indicator status and description.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
POWER / STANDBY indicator
AUTO
OFF
mode
POWER /
STANDBY
indicator
AUTO OFF
operating
status
Description
Turning the picture
back on
On
Green
Not
activated.
Horizontal and
vertical synchronizing
signals are present
from the computer.
Picture already on.
Off
Red
Activated.
Horizontal and/or
vertical synchronizing
signals are not sent
from the computer.
Operate the keyboard
or mouse. The
picture reappears.
Setting the picture to suit the movie
The film image is automatically discriminated and projected in an image mode suited to the picture. [NTSC, PAL, PAL60, 480I (60Hz),
525I (60Hz), 576I (50Hz), 625I (50Hz), 1035I (60Hz), 1080I (60Hz) only]
Example: Setting the “CINEMA MODE” to “OFF”
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the
and
buttons to select “INSTALL 2”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 2” menu appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “CINEMA MODE”.
3. To set the CINEMA MODE to “OFF”...
Use the and buttons to select “OFF”. The mode switches as follows each time the
ON
OFF
INSTALL 2
2/3
PREVIOUS PG
AUTO OFF
:
OFFf
CINEMA MODE
:
ON
PDP PROTECT
:
OFF
SIDEBAR ADJ
:
3
S1 / S2
:
OFF
AUTO SIZE
:
ON
DVI TYPE
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
Information
■ CINEMA MODE
ON ......... Automatic discrimination of the image and projection
in cinema mode.
OFF ....... Cinema mode does not function.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
4. Once the setting is completed ...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the
main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
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or
button is pressed:
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Plasma Display Panel Protection (PDP PROTECT)
Reducing burn-in of the screen
The brightness of the screen, the position of the picture, positive/negative mode and image sweep are adjusted to reduce burn-in of the
screen.
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the
and
buttons to select “INSTALL 2”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 2” menu appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “PDP PROTECT”, then press the MENU button. The “PDP PROTECT” screen appears.
PDP PROTECT
LUM. SETTING
:
AUTO
ORBITER
:
OFF
INVERSE
:
OFF
IMAGE SWEEP
:
OFF
SOFTEN
:
OFF
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
3. Set the PDP PROTECT mode using
See page 40 to set LUM. SETTING
See page 41 to set ORBITER.
See page 42 to set INVERSE.
See page 43 to set IMAGE SWEEP.
and
buttons.
Information
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the INSTALL 2 screen.
To return to the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
LUM. SETTING (Luminance Setting)
Use this to activate the brightness limiter.
Example: Setting “LUM. SETTING” to “SET. 1”
LUM. SETTING
:
AUTO
Perform Steps 1-2 of PDP PROTECT, then...
ORBITER
:
OFF
3. Use the
and
buttons to select “LUM SETTING” (relates to above)
4. Use the and buttons to select “SET. 1”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or
AUTO
SET. 1
PDP PROTECT
SET. 2
button is pressed:
SET. 3
INVERSE
:
OFF
IMAGE SWEEP
:
OFF
SOFTEN
:
OFF
SEL.
ADJ.
Information
■ LUM. SETTING
AUTO ............ The brightness of the screen is adjusted automatically to suit the picture quality.
SET. 1, 2, 3 .... Sets maximum brightness. The brightness level decreases in the order of SET. 1, 2, 3.
SET. 3 provides minimum brightness.
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EXIT RETURN
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
ORBITER
Use this to set the picture shift.
Example: Setting ”ORBITER” to “AUTO1”
PDP PROTECT
Perform Steps 1-2 of PDP PROTECT, then...
3. Use the and buttons to select “ORBITER”
(relates to above).
LUM. SETTING
:
AUTO
ORBITER
:
OFF
INVERSE
:
OFF
IMAGE SWEEP
:
OFF
SOFTEN
:
OFF
SEL.
4. Use the and buttons to select “AUTO1”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or
OFF AUTO1 AUTO2 MANUAL
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
button is pressed:
Information
■ ORBITER settings
OFF ................ Orbiter mode does not function.
AUTO1............ The picture moves around the screen intermittently, making the picture smaller.
AUTO2 ........... The picture moves around the screen intermittently, making the picture bigger.
MANUAL ....... Use can adjust the orbiter function (H-Dot, V-Line and Time) manually. See the following explanation.
Adjust the ORBITER function manually.
Set the amount of shift and the time between movement.
Example: Setting so that the picture moves 2 dots horizontally and 3 lines vertically every 3 minutes.
Perform Steps 1-3 of ORBITER, then...
4. Use the
appears.
and
buttons to select “MANUAL”, then press the MENU button. The “ORBITER” screen
5. Adjust the items using the
pressed:
• H-DOT
1 DOT
2 DOT
• V-LINE
1 LINE
2 LINE
• TIME
1M
2M
.....
.....
3M
4M
and
19 DOT
19 LINE
buttons. The mode switches as follows each time the
Information
20 DOT
■ ORBITER FUNCTION settings
H-DOT .......... Moves from 1 to 20 dots in the
horizontal direction.
20 LINE
V-LINE.......... Moves from 1 to 20 dots in the
vertical direction.
5M
TIME ............. Interval of 1~5 minutes.
ORBITER
H-DOT
:
2 DOT
V-LINE
:
4 LINE
TIME
:
3M
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
41
or
button is
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
INVERSE
Use this to set the inverse mode or to display a white screen.
Example: Setting “INVERSE” to “WHITE”
Perform Steps 1-2 of PDP PROTECT, then...
3. Use the
and
buttons to select “INVERSE”.
4. Use the and buttons to select “WHITE”. The mode switches as follows each time the
pressed:
OFF ON WHITE
or
button is
PDP PROTECT
LUM. SETTING
:
AUTO
ORBITER
:
OFF
INVERSE
:
OFF
IMAGE SWEEP
:
OFF
SOFTEN
:
OFF
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
Setting the time for INVERSE
Set a time duration.
Example: Setting to that the INVERSE mode starts in 2 hours and proceeds for one hour and a half.
Perform Steps 1-3 of INVERSE, then...
4. Use the
and
buttons to select “ON”, then press the MENU button. The “INVERSE” screen appears.
5. Adjust the time using the
pressed:
• ACTIVE
ON 00H03M 00H06M
• STANDBY
00H03M 00H06M
and
......
00H09M
buttons. The mode switches as follows each time the
12H42M
....
12H45M
12H42M
or
button is
INVERSE/WHITE
ACTIVE
:
01H30M
STANDBY
:
02H00M
12H45M
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
6. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the PDP PROTECT screen.
Information
■ Setting the time
ACTIVE ............. Set the time duration for “INVERSE/WHITE”. When the ACTIVE is set to “ON” the mode will stay on.
STANDBY ......... Set the standby time until the “INVERSE/WHITE” mode starts.
* The “STANDBY” can not be set when the “ACTIVE” is ON.
* The “ACTIVE” and “STANDBY” can be set for up to 12 hours and 45 minutes in units of 3 minutes.
* When ending an ACTIVE function, the monitor will be in STAND BY.
[Example]
ACTIVE: 01H30M
STANDBY: 02H00M
|<---------- 2 H ---------->|<----- 1.5 H ----->|<---------INVERSE/WHITE Start
STAND BY
■ To select “ON” for the “ACTIVE”...
Set the hours of the active time to 0H and the minutes to 0M.
“ON” will be displayed.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
IMAGE SWEEP
When this is set to ON, a white vertical bar moves repeatedly from the left and of the screen to the right end at a
constant speed.
Example: Setting “IMAGE SWEEP” to “ON”
Perform Steps 1-2 of PDP PROTECT, then...
3. Use the
and
buttons to select “IMAGE SWEEP”.
4. Use the
and
buttons to select “ON”. The mode switches as follows each time the
OFF
ON
:
AUTO
ORBITER
:
OFF
INVERSE
:
OFF
IMAGE SWEEP
:
OFF
SOFTEN
:
OFF
SEL.
ADJ.
button is pressed:
Information
PDP PROTECT
LUM. SETTING
or
■ IMAGE SWEEP
ON ........ The white vertical bar appears.
You can set the time by pressing the MENU button while
“ON” is set.
OFF........ Image sweep mode does not funtion.
EXIT RETURN
Setting the time for IMAGE SWEEP
Set a time duration and the speed.
Example: Setting to that the IMAGE SWEEP mode starts
in 30 minutes and proceeds for one hour and a half.
Perform Steps 1-3 of IMAGE SWEEP, then...
4. Use the and buttons to select “ON”, then press the
MENU button. The “IMAGE SWEEP” screen appears.
5. Adjust the time using the
pressed:
• ACTIVE
ON 00H03M 00H06M
• STANDBY
00H03M 00H06M
• SPEED
1 2 3
4
and
buttons. The mode switches as follows each time the
......
12H42M
00H09M
......
12H45M
12H42M
12H45M
IMAGE SWEEP
ACTIVE
:
01H30M
STANDBY
:
02H00M
SPEED
:
1
SEL.
5
or
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
Information
■ Setting the time
ACTIVE ........ Set the time duration for “IMAGE SWEEP”. When the ACTIVE is set to “ON” the mode will stay on.
STANDBY .... Set the standby time until the “IMAGE SWEEP” mode starts.
SPEED ......... Set the moving speed for the “IMAGE SWEEP”. The speed decreases as the number increases.
* The “STANDBY” can not be set when the “ACTIVE” is ON.
* The “ACTIVE” and “STANDBY” can be set for up to 12 hours and 45 minutes in units of 3 minutes.
6. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the IMAGE SWEEP screen.
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button is
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
SOFTEN
Reduces edges and softens the image.
Example: Setting “SOFTEN” to “2”
3. Use the
and
buttons to select “SOFTEN”.
4. Use the and button to select “2”. The mode switches as follows each time the
1 2 3
4 5
LUM. SETTING
:
AUTO
ORBITER
:
OFF
:
OFF
IMAGE SWEEP
:
OFF
SOFTEN
:
OFF
SEL.
ADJ.
button is pressed:
Information
PDP PROTECT
INVERSE
or
EXIT RETURN
■ SOFTEN settings
OFF ........ Turns the SOFTEN function off.
1,2,3,4 .....Activates the SOFTEN setting. The higher numbers
create a softer image.
“SHARPNESS” can not be adjusted on the “PICTURE
ADJUST” menu.
Setting the SIDEBAR ADJ. for the sides of the screen
Use this procedure to set the SidebarAdj. for the parts on the screen on which nothing is displayed when the screen is set to
4:3 size.
Example: Adjusting the “SIDEBAR ADJ”
Perform the following operations.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “INSTALL 2”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 2” menu appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “SIDEBAR ADJ”.
3. To adjust the “SIDEBAR ADJ” ...
Use the and buttons to adjust the SIDEBAR ADJ
Information
■ SIDEBAR ADJ. settings
This adjusts the brightness of the black (the Sidebar Adj.) for the
sides of the screen. The standard is 0 (black). The level can be
adjusted from 0 to 15. The factory setting is 3 (dark gray).
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Setting the screen size for S1/S2 video input
If the S-Video signal contains screen size information, the image will be automatically adjusted to fit the screen
when this S1/S2 is set to AUTO.
This feature is available only when an S-Video signal is input via the VIDEO3 terminal.
Example: Setting the “S1/S2” to “AUTO”
Perform the following operations.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “INSTALL 2”, then press MENU button. The “INSTALL 2” screen appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “S1/S2”.
3. Use the and
pressed:
OFF AUTO
buttons to select “AUTO”. The mode switches as follows each time the
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AUTO OFF
:
OFFf
CINEMA MODE
:
ON
PDP PROTECT
:
OFF
SIDEBAR ADJ
:
3
S1 / S2
:
OFF
AUTO SIZE
:
ON
DVI TYPE
NEXT PAGE
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
and
buttons is
Information
■ S1/S2 Settings
AUTO........ Adjusts the screen size automatically according to
the S1/S2 video signal.
OFF............ Turns the S1/S2 funtion off.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu. Note that this
also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the INSTALL 3 screen. To return to the main menu, press the EXIT button once
more.
Setting the signal and black level for DVI signal
Example: Setting the “PLUG/PLAY” mode on “STB/DVD”
Perform the following operations.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “INSTALL 2”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 2”
screen appears.
2. Use the and
screen apprears.
buttons to select “DVI TYPE”, then press the MENU button. The “DVI TYPE”
3.To set PLUG/PLAY mode to “STB/DVD” ...
Use the and buttons to select “STB/DVD”.
The mode switches as follows each time the and
PLUG/PLAY:
PC STB/DVD
BLACK LEVEL:
LOW HIGH
Information
buttons is pressed: ■ PLUG/PLAY Settings
PC............... When connected to the PC
signal. BLACK LEVEL is set to “HIGH”
automatically. STB/DVD.... When connected
to a satellite receiver, DVD, etc. BLACK
LEVEL is set to “HIGH” automatically.
DVI TYPE
PLUG/PLAY
:
STB/DVD
BLACK LEVEL
:
HIGH
SEL.
ADJ.
■ BLACK LEVEL settings
LOW ........ When connected to the PC
signal.
HIGH ....... When connected to the satellite
receiver, DVD, etc. Change “HIGH” into
“OFF” if the black level apprears gray.
EXIT RETURN
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
» INSTALL 3 Menu
Using the timer
This function sets the monitor to turn ON/OFF automatically at a set time.
Perform the following operations.
1. On the MAIN MENU, select “INSTALL 3”, then press MENU button. The “INSTALL 2” screen appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “TIMER”, then press the MENU button. The “TIMER” screen apprears.
TIMER
Information
PRESENT TIME
PROGRAM
SEL.
:
OFF
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
MENU/ENTER ENTER EXIT RETURN
and buttons.
3. Set the TIMER using the
See below to set PRESENT TIME. See page 47 to set PROGRAM.
PRESENT TIME
This sets the day of the week and present time.
Example: Setting “WEDNESDAY”, “53:53”
Perform Steps 1-2 of TIMER, then...
3. Use the and buttons to select “PRESENT TIME”,
then press the MENU button. The “PRESENT TIME” screen appears.
TIMER
RETURN
DAYLITE TIME :
OFF
WEDNESDAY
00:53:53
SEL.
4. Use the
MENU/ENTER ENTER EXIT RETURN
and
buttons to select the item, then adjust using the
TIMER
RETURN
DAYLITE TIME :
OFF
WEDNESDAY
00:53:53
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
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and
buttons.
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
The mode switches as follows each time the
or
buttons is pressed:
• DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
ON OFF
• DAY
SUNDAY
MONDAY
• HOUR/MINUTES
00:00 00:01 00:02
......
.....
FRIDAY
23:58
SATURDAY
23:59
5. Once the setting is completed...
Use the and buttons to select “SET”, then press the MENU button. The adjustments are stored and return to
the TIMER menu.
Information
TIMER
■ PRESENT TIME settings
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME ....
Use to set DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME.
ON: The present time + 1 hour.
RETURN
DAYLITE TIME :
OFF
WEDNESDAY
00:53:53
DAY ................ Set the day of the week (e.g. Sunday).
SET
SEL.
EXIT RETURN
ADJ.
OFF: Cancelled
HOUR .............. Set the hour in the 24-hour format (range 00 to 23).
MINUTES ........ Set the minutes (range 00 to 59)
* If you press the EXIT button instead of the MENU button in step 5,
the settings can not be mode.
PROGRAM TIMER
This sets the day and time at which the power will be switched ON/OFF as well as the input mode.
Example: Setting so that the power will be switched on at 8:30A.M., Monday, displaying RGB2 source, and switched off at
10:30 A.M.
Perform Steps 1-2 of TIMER, then...
TIMER
3. Use the and buttons to select “PROGRAM”.
PRESENT TIME
PROGRAM
4. Use the and buttons to select “ON”, then press the MENU button.
The “PROGRAM TIMER” screen appears.
SEL.
5. Adjust using the
and buttons and ZOOM +/- button.
The mode switches as follows each time the ZOOM +/- button is pressed:
• DATE:
-- SUN MON .... SAT * SUN *MON
• ON/OFF Hour:
00
01
02
....
21
22
:
ON
MENU/ENTER ENTER EXIT RETURN
....
23
*SAT
TIMER
DATE ON
OFF INPUT
MON 8:30 10:30 RGB2
• MINUTE:
00
• INPUT:
• FUNCTION:
01
02
....
57
58
59
-- LAST VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3
RGB3 RGB2 RGB1 HD/DVD2
--
ORBITER
INVERSE
WHITE
HD/DVD1
FUNCTION
INVERSE
---
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
-----
---
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
-----
---
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
-----
---
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
-----
---
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
-----
---
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
SEL.
ZOOM
ADJ.
----EXIT RETURN
IMAGE SWEEP
6. Once the setting is completed... Press the EXIT button. The programs are stored, and return to the TIMER
screen.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Information
■ PROGRAM TIMER settings
DATE ......................... Set the day of the week (e.g. Sunday).
ON (hour, minutes) .... Set the time at which the power will be turned on in the 24-hour format.
TIMER
DATE ON
OFF (hour, minutes)... Set the time at which the power will be turned off in the 24-hour format.
OFF INPUT
FUNCTION
MON 8:30 10:30 RGB2
INPUT ....................... Set the input mode that will be displayed when the timer is on.
FUNCTION ........ Set the PDP PROTECT function.
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
-----
---
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
-----
---
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
-----
---
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
-----
---
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
-----
---
- -:- -
- -:- -
---
SEL.
■ To reset the program
Align the cursor with the DATE field that you wish to reset, then press the CLEAR button.
INVERSE
---
ZOOM
ADJ.
----EXIT RETURN
■ To reset the data
Align the cursor with the field (ON/OFF/INPUT/FUNCTION) that you wish to reset, then press the CLEAR button.
■ Special characters in the PROGRAM TIMER screen
Setting the DEFAULT INPUT
This function sets the input mode at the time the power is switched on.
Example: Setting “VIDEO2”
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then ...
1. Use the
appears.
and
buttons to select “INSTALL 3”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 3” screen
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “DEFAULT INPUT”.
3. To set the DEFAULT INPUT to “VIDEO2”... Use the
and
buttons to select “VIDEO2”.
• An asterisk “*” in the DATE field
An asterisk “*” means “every”. For example, “*FRI” means every Friday and “*” means everyday.
• A hyphen “-” in the ON field or OFF field
If any hyphen remains in the ON field of OFF field, the FUNCTION can not be set.
• A hyphen “-” in the FUNCTION field
A hyphen “-” means last mode (the mode that was last selected at the time the power was switched off).
The mode switches as follows each time the
or
buttons is pressed:
The available sources depend on the setting of “BNC INPUT”.
RGB:
→ LAST ↔ VIDEO1 ↔ VIDEO2 ↔ VIDEO3 ←
→ RGB3 ↔ RGB2 ↔ RGB1 ↔ HD1 ←
COMP: → LAST↔ VIDEO1 ↔ VIDEO2 ↔ VIDEO3 ←
→ RGB3 ↔ RGB1 ↔ HD2 ↔ HD1 ←
4. Once the setting is completed ...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the
main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
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TIMER
INPUT SELECT
:
LAST
CONTROL LOCK :
OFF
IR ENABLE
:
ON
LOOP OUT
:
OFF
ID NUMBER
:
ALL
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Information
■ INPUT SELECT settings
LAST ................... Last mode (the mode that was last selected at the time the power was switched off).
VIDEO 1, 2, 3 ...... VIDEO input mode.
RGB 1, 2, 3 .......... RGB input mode.
HD 1, 2 ................. HD/DVD input mode.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
Enabling/disabling the front panel controls
This function enables/disables the front panel controls.
Example: Setting “ON”
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “INSTALL 3”, then press
the MENU button. The “INSTALL 3” screen appears.
2. Use the
and
INSTALL 3
TIMER
buttons to select “CONTROL LOCK”.
3. To set the CONTROL LOCK to “ON”...
Use the and buttons to select “ON”, then press the MENU button.
The mode switches as follows each time the or button is pressed: OFF
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INPUT SELECT
ON
:
LAST
CONTROL LOCK :
OFF
IR ENABLE
:
ON
LOOP OUT
:
OFF
ID NUMBER
:
ALL
VIDEO WALL
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
4. Once the setting is completed ...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
Information
■ CONTROL LOCK settings
ON ................... Disables the buttons on the front panel.
OFF .................. Enables the buttons on the front panel.
* Even when the CONTROL LOCK is set, the POWER switch will
not be locked.
* This becomes effective when the on-screen menu goes out.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Enabling/disabling remote control wireless transmission
This function enables/disables remote control wireless transmission.
Example: Setting “OFF”
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the
appears.
and
buttons to select “INSTALL 3”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 3” screen
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2. Use the
and
buttons to select “IR ENABLE”.
TIMER
INPUT SELECT
3. To set the IR ENABLE to “OFF”...
Use the and buttons to select “OFF”, then press the MENU button.
The mode switches as follows each time the or button is pressed: OFF
4. Once the setting is completed ...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu.
To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
ON
:
LAST
CONTROL LOCK :
OFF
IR ENABLE
:
ON
LOOP OUT
:
OFF
ID NUMBER
:
ALL
VIDEO WALL
SEL.
EXIT RETURN
ADJ.
Information
■ IR ENABLE settings
ON ........ Enables remote control wireless transmission.
OFF ....... Disables remote control wireless transmission.
Set “OFF” to avoid unwanted control from other remote
controls.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory
defaults.
Loop Out Setting
When this feature is set to ON, the received signal will be looped out. Example: Setting “ON”
Perform the following operations. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on
the screen, then...
1. Use the
appears.
and
buttons to select “INSTALL 3”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 3” screen
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2. Use the
and
TIMER
buttons to select “LOOP OUT”.
3. To set the LOOP OUT to “ON”... Use the
and
The mode switches as follows each time the
or
INPUT SELECT
buttons to select “ON”.
button is pressed: OFF
ON
LAST
OFF
IR ENABLE
:
ON
LOOP OUT
:
OFF
ID NUMBER
:
ALL
VIDEO WALL
SEL.
ADJ.
Information
■ LOOP OUT settings
ON ........ The received signal will be looped out via PC1 terminal or VIDEO1 terminal.
OFF ....... The received signal will not loop out.
* Even if LOOP OUT is ON, signals would not be sent out if POWER is being turned off.
■ To connect to another display, refer to Loop Out Setting
■ If the RGB/PC1 signal is present at the time the power is switched on...
The RGB/PC1 input will be displayed regardless of the setting of LOOP OUT.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu. Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
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:
CONTROL LOCK :
EXIT RETURN
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
ID Number Setting
When using more than one of these displays, this function sets ID numbers so that operation of the remote control
does not cause multiple monitors to operate at the same time.
Example: Setting “2”
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “INSTALL 3”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 3” screen
appears.
2. Use the
and
buttons to select “ID NUMBER”.
3. To set the ID NUMBER to “O2”...
Use the and buttons to select “2”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
ALL 1 2 .... 255 256
INSTALL 3
and
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TIMER
INPUT SELECT
:
LAST
CONTROL LOCK :
OFF
IR ENABLE
:
ON
LOOP OUT
:
OFF
ID NUMBER
:
ALL
VIDEO WALL
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
* To reset back to ALL, press the CLEAR button.
button is pressed:
Information
■ ID NUMBER settings
ALL ............. ID NUMBER will not be set.
1 to 256 ........ ID NUMBER will be set.
■ When the ID NUMBER has been set
You can also set ID NUMBER for each remote control to operate
the plasma display individually. To do so, requires special remote
control available only from Runco factory Service Department.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
To set the ID number for the remote control
(requires special remote control available only from Runco factory Service Department)
Example: Setting “2”
1. Use the
and
buttons to select “ID NUMBER”.
2. To set the ID NUMBER to “2” ...
Use the and buttons to select “2”. The mode switches as follows each time the
ALL 1 2 .... 255 256
and
SELECT ID
POSITION1: 1
ID NUMBER
ADJ.
:
ALL
EXIT RETURN
* To reset back to ALL, press the CLEAR button.
4. Once the setting is completed... Press the EXIT button to delete the SELECT ID screen.
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button is pressed:
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
Video Wall Setting
Use this feature to configure a 2×2 or 3×3 video wall.
Perform the following operations.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the
appears.
2. Use the
appears.
and
and
buttons to select “INSTALL 3”, then press the MENU button. The “INSTALL 3” screen
buttons to select “VIDEO WALL”, then press the MENU button. The “VIDEO WALL” screen
VIDEO WALL
DIVIDER
:
OFF
POSITION
DISP. MODE
:
SPLIT
AUTO ID
IMAGE OPT
P. ON DELAY
:
OFF
LUM SET LINK
:
OFF
REPEAT TIME
:
OFF
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
and
3. Set the VIDEO WALL using
See page 53 to set DIVIDER.
See page 53 to set POSITION.
See page 54 to set DISP. MODE.
See page 54 to set AUTO ID.
See page 55 to set IMAGE ADJUST.
See page 55 to set P. ON DELAY.
See page 56 to set LUM SET LINK.
See page 57 to set REPEAT TIME.
buttons.
4. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the INSTALL 3 menu.
5. Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once
more.
NOTE:
A contingency method of shutting off the electric power should be used in cases of emergency during video wall
setup.
Information
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
DIVIDER
Set the 2x2 or 3x3 video wall.
Example: Setting “4”
Perform Steps 1-2 of VIDEO WALL, then...
3. Use the
and
buttons to select “DIVIDER”.
4. Use the and buttons to select “4”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
OFF 1 4 9
or
button is pressed:
VIDEO WALL
DIVIDER
:
OFF
Information
SPLIT
■ DIVIDER settings
OFF, 1 ......... 1 Screen (Matrix display function does not work)
4 .................. 4 Screens (2x2 video wall)
9 .................. 9 Screens (3x3 video wall)
* When you select “4” or “9”, set the VIDEO WALL POSITION.
POSITION
DISP. MODE
:
AUTO ID
IMAGE OPT
P. ON DELAY
:
OFF
LUM SET LINK
:
OFF
REPEAT TIME
:
OFF
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
POSITION
Set the position of each display.
Example: Setting “4”
Perform Steps 1-2 of VIDEO WALL, then...
3. Use the and buttons to select “POSITION”, then press the MENU button. The “VIDEO WALL POSITION”
screen appears.
4. Use the and buttons to select “NO. 4”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or
• 4 Screens
NO. 1 NO. 2 NO. 3 NO. 4
• 9 Screens
NO. 7 NO. 8
.......
NO. 14
button is pressed:
Information
■ VIDEO WALL POSITION settings
1 Screen ..... There is no need to set POSITION.
4 Screens
NO. 1
NO. 2
NO. 15
VIDEO WALL POSITION
POSITION NO.
:
NO. 4
4
9 Screens
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
5. Press the EXIT button to return to the VIDEO WALL screen.
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NO. 3
NO. 7
NO. 8
NO. 9
NO. 10
NO. 11
NO. 12
NO. 13
NO. 14
NO. 15
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
DISP. MODE
Select the screen mode from between two options
(Splitting, Blanking).
Example: Setting “BLANK”
Perform Steps 1-2 of VIDEO WALL, then...
3. Use the and buttons to select “DISP. MODE”.
4. Use the and buttons to select “BLANK”.
The mode switches as follows each time the or
:
OFF
■ DISP. MODE SETTINGS
SPLIT .......... Combines enlarged screens and creates
multiple
screens.
BLANK ....... Corrects misalignment of combined screen
portions and creates multiple screens.
POSITION
DISP. MODE
:
SPLIT
AUTO ID
IMAGE OPT
P. ON DELAY
:
OFF
LUM SET LINK
:
OFF
REPEAT TIME
:
OFF
SEL.
BLANK
Information
VIDEO WALL
DIVIDER
button is pressed: SPLIT
EXIT RETURN
ADJ.
AUTO ID
This feature automatically sets the ID numbers of multiple displays connected to each other.
Example: Setting “ON”
Set the ID number for the No. 1 display on ID NUMBER menu.
Perform Steps 1-2 of VIDEO WALL, then...
3. Use the
and
buttons to select “AUTO ID”.
4. Use the and buttons to select “ON”, then press the MENU button.
The mode switches as follows each time the or button is pressed: OFF
AUTO ID
Information
AUTO ID
:
ON
1
2
1
2
3
4
3
8
9
4
7
6
5
WIRED CABLE
■ AUTO ID settings
ON ...... Enables Audo ID function. In the case shown below, display 1
will be set as ID 1, display 2 as ID 2, etc.
REMOTE
IN
CONNECTION TURN
ADJ.
ON
No. 1
No. 2
No. 4
No. 3
REMOTE
OUT
REMOTE
IN
Display 1
EXIT EXIT
REMOTE
OUT
No. 1
No. 4
No. 2
No. 3
No. 2
No. 4
No. 3
REMOTE
OUT
Display 2
REMOTE
OUT
REMOTE
IN
Display 4
OFF ..... Disables Auto ID function.
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No. 1
No. 1
No. 2
No. 4
No. 3
Display 3
REMOTE
IN
OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
IMAGE ADJUST
The position of the image can be adjusted and flickering of the image can be corrected.
Example: Adjusting the vertical position.
Perform Steps 1-2 of VIDEO WALL, then...
3. Use the
appears.
and
buttons to select “IMAGE OPT”, then press the MENU button. The “IMAGE OPT” screen
4. Use the
and
buttons to select “V SHIFT”.
IMAGE OPTIONS
ASPECT RATIO :
VRTWIDE
V SHIFT
0
H SHIFT
0
V-SIZE
0
H-SIZE
0
SEL.
EXIT RETURN
ADJ.
5. Adjust using the
and
buttons.
V SHIFT
0
and
* If neither the
reappears.
button is pressed within 5 seconds, the current setting is set and the previous screen
6. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the VIDEO WALL screen.
Information
■ IMAGE OPT settings
These are the same functions as the
IMAGE OPT menu.
P. ON DELAY (Power on delay)
Use this funciton to activate power-on delay.
Turn on the AUTO ID before the following operations.
Example: Setting “ON”
Perform Steps 1-2 of VIDEO WALL, then...
3. Use the
and
Information
buttons to select “P. ON DELAY”.
4. Use the and buttons to select “ON”.
The mode switches as follows each time the
button is pressed: OFF
ON
■ P. ON DELAY settings
ON ....... Turns on the main power of each display after a delay
time.
or
OFF ..... Turns on the main power of all displays at the same
time.
VIDEO WALL
DIVIDER
:
* Once this function has been set to “ON”, POWER ON/OFF
button on the remote control does not function except for the No.
1 monitor. By pressing the POWER ON button on the remote
control the No. 1 monitor will turn on and the others will be
turned on one by one automatically.
OFF
POSITION
DISP. MODE
:
SPLIT
AUTO ID
IMAGE OPT
P. ON DELAY
:
OFF
LUM SET LINK
:
OFF
REPEAT TIME
:
OFF
SEL.
ADJ.
* From the second monitor onward, neither the POWER button
on the unit nor the POWER ON button on the remote control does
function. However, by pressing and holding the POWER ON
button for more than 3 seconds, the monitor will be turned on.
EXIT RETURN
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
LUM SET LINK
Use this function to set a uniform brightness for each display.
Turn on the AUTO ID before the following operations.
Example: Setting “ON”
Perform Steps 1-2 of VIDEO WALL, then...
3. Use the
and
buttons to select “LUM SET LINK”.
4. Use the
and
buttons to select “ON”, then press the MENU button.
The mode switches as follows each time the
or
button is pressed:
OFF
ON
VIDEO WALL
DIVIDER
:
OFF
POSITION
DISP. MODE
:
SPLIT
AUTO ID
IMAGE OPT
P. ON DELAY
:
OFF
LUM SET LINK
:
OFF
REPEAT TIME
:
OFF
SEL.
ADJ.
EXIT RETURN
Information
■ LUM SET LINK settings
ON ...... Sets a uniform brightness for each screen in a 2x2 video wall.
OFF .... Sets the individual screen brightness for each screen in a 2x2 video wall.
* Set “OFF” in a 3x3 video wall.
* When this function is set “ON”, connect your plasma displays with the remote cable (optional) in the
order of the position numbers for the 2x2 video wall. See the drawing below.
* If there are changes in the DIVIDER or POSITION, the LUM SET LINK will automatically turn OFF.
REMOTE
IN
No. 1
No. 2
No. 4
No. 3
REMOTE
OUT
REMOTE
IN
Display 1
REMOTE
OUT
No. 1
No. 2
No. 4
No. 3
Display 4
No. 1
No. 2
No. 4
No. 3
REMOTE
OUT
Display 2
REMOTE
OUT
REMOTE
IN
No. 1
No. 2
No. 4
No. 3
REMOTE
IN
Display 3
NOTE:
The remote control can not be operated unless the IR ENABLE is set to “OFF”.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
REPEAT TIME (REPEAT)
Use this to set two timers. Each timer can use the DIVIDER, SOURCE and ACTIVE functions.
Turn on the AUTO ID before the following operations.
Example:
TIMER1... VIDEO1 will be displayed for 3 minutes.
TIMER2... RGB1 will be displayed for 6 minutes in a 2×2 video wall.
Perform Steps 1-2 of VIDEO WALL, then...
3. Use the
and
buttons to select “REPEAT TIME”.
VIDEO WALL
DIVIDER
:
OFF
POSITION
DISP. MODE
:
SPLIT
AUTO ID
IMAGE OPT
P. ON DELAY
:
OFF
LUM SET LINK
:
OFF
REPEAT TIME
:
OFF
SEL.
4. Use the
and
EXIT RETURN
ADJ.
buttons to select “ON”, then press the MENU button. The “REPEAT TIME” screen appears.
5. Adjust using the
and buttons.
The mode switches as follows each time the
REPEAT TIME
1 DIVIDER
:
1
SOURCE
:
RGB1
ACTIVE
:
00H03M
2 DIVIDER
:
4
SOURCE
:
RGB1
ACTIVE
:
00H06M
SEL.
ADJ.
or
button is pressed:
Information
■ REPEAT TIME settings
If you set both timers, Timer 1 and Timer 2 run consecutively.
In the case of the Video Wall, timer No. 1 can be used to control
all the displays simultaneously.
* This becomes effective when the on-screen menu goes out.
EXIT RETURN
• DIVIDER
1 4 9
• SOURCE
The available sources depend on the setting of “BNC INPUT”.
→RGB: → VIDEO1 ↔ VIDEO2 ↔ VIDEO3 ↔ HD/DVD ←
→ RGB3 ↔ RGB2 ↔ RGB1 ↔ HD/DVD2 ←
• ACTIVE
00H01M
00H02M
00H03M
....
04H14M
04H15M
6. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the VIDEO WALL screen.
■ Restoring the factory default settings
Select “FACTORY” under the INSTALL 1 menu.
Note that this also restores other settings to the factory defaults.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
» LANGUAGE Menu
Setting the language for the menus
The menu display can be set to one of seven languages: English, German, French, Italian, or Spanish.
Example: Setting the menu display to “DEUTSCH”
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the
appears.
and
buttons to select “LANGUAGE”, then press the MENU button. The “LANGUAGE” screen
2. To select “DEUTSCH”...
Use the and buttons to select “DEUTSCH”.
The mode switches as follows each time the and
are pressed:
→ ENGLISH ↔ DEUTSCH ↔ FRANÇAIS ←
→ ITALIANO ↔ ESPAÑOL ←
buttons
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
:
ADJ.
ENGLISH
MENU/ENTER ENTER EXIT RETURN
3. Once the setting is completed...
Press the MENU button to store the setting and return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT
button.
Information
■ Language settings
English
German
French
Spanish
Italian
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
» COLOR SYSTEM Menu
Setting the video signal format
Use these operations to set the video standards of composite video signals or Y/C input signals.
Example: Setting the color system to “3.58 NTSC”
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the and buttons to select “COLOR SYSTEM”, then press the MENU button.
The “COLOR SYSTEM” screen appears.
2. To select “3.58NTSC”...
Use the and buttons to select “3.58NTSC”.
The mode switches as follows when the and buttons are pressed:
→ AUTO ↔ 3.58NTSC ↔ 4.43NTSC ←
→ SECAM ↔ PAL-M ↔ PAL-N ↔ PAL-60 ↔ PAL ←
COLOR SYSTEM
COLOR SYSTEM
:
SEL.
AUTO
OK
EXIT
RETURN
3. Once the setting is completed...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button.
Information
■ Color System formats
Different countries use different formats for video signals. Set to the color system used in your current country.
AUTO ........... The color systems are automatically identified and the format is set accordingly.
PAL ............... This is the standard format used mainly in the United Kingdom and Germany.
SECAM ........ This is the standard format used mainly in France and Russia.
4.43 NTSC,
PAL60 ........... This format is used for videos in countries using PAL and SECAM video signals.
3.58 NTSC .... This is the standard format used mainly in the United States and Japan.
PAL-M .......... This is the standard format used mainly in Brazil.
PAL-N ........... This is the standard format used mainly in Argentina.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Controls
» SIGNAL INFO. Menu
Checking the frequencies, polarities of input signals, and resolution
Use this function to check the frequencies and polarities of the signals currently being input from a computer,
etc.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
1. Use the
and
buttons to select “SIGNAL INFO.”, then press the MENU button.
2. The “SIGNAL INFO” is displayed.
SIGNAL INFO
H. FREQ
: 48.4KHz
V. FREQ
: 60.0Hz
H. POLARITY
: NEG.
V. POLARITY
: POS.
MODE
: 480i
RESOLUTION
:
SEL.
OK
-EXIT
RETURN
3. Once you have checked the frequency ...
Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once more.
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TABLE OF SIGNALS SUPPORTED
• When the screen mode is STD 4:3, each signal is converted to a 640 dots x 480 lines signal. (Except for *2, *4)
• When the screen mode is ANAMPHC, each signal is converted to a 853 dots x 480 lines signal. (Except for *3)
Computer input signals supported by this system
Model
[ Signal Type ]
Dots x Lines
640 x 400
640 x 480
*IBM PC/AT
Compatible
Computers
848 X 480
852 X 480*1
800 X 600
1024 X 768
Model
[ Signal Type ]
Dots x Lines
1152 X 864
1280 X 768
1360 X 765
1360 X 768
1376 X 768
1280 X 1024
1600 X 1200
*Apple
Macintosh*6
Work Station
(EWS4800)
Work Station (HP)
Work Station
(Sun)
640 X 480
832 X 624
1024 X 768
1152 X 870
1280 X 1024
1280 X 1024
1152 X 900
1280 X 1024
Vertical
Freq.
(Hz)
Horizontal
Freq.
(kHz)
Sync Polarity
Presence
Horizontal
Vertical
Horizontal
Vertical
Normal
(4:3)
Full
(16:9)
70.1
59.9
72.8
75.0
85.0
100.4
120.4
60.0
60.0
56.3
60.3
72.2
75.0
85.1
99.8
120.0
60.0
70.1
75.0
85.0
100.6
31.5
31.5
37.9
37.5
43.3
51.1
61.3
31.0
31.7
35.2
37.9
48.1
46.9
53.7
63.0
75.7
48.4
56.5
60.0
68.7
80.5
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
POS
NEG
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
NEG
NEG
POS
POS
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
POS
NEG
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
NEG
NEG
POS
POS
NEG
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES*2*3
YES*3
YES*3
YES*3
YES*3
YES*3
YES*3
--YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES*3
YES*3
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Vertical
Freq.
(Hz)
Horizontal
Freq.
(kHz)
Horizontal
Vertical
Horizontal
Vertical
Normal
(4:3)
Full
(16:9)
75.0
56.2
59.8
60.0
60.0
59.9
60.0
75.0
85.0
100.1
60.0
65.0
70.0
75.0
85.0
66.7
74.6
74.9
75.1
60.0
71.2
72.0
66.0
76.0
76.1
67.5
45.1
48.0
47.7
47.7
48.3
64.0
80.0
91.1
108.5
75.0
81.3
87.5
93.8
106.3
35.0
49.7
60.2
68.7
64.6
75.1
78.1
61.8
71.7
81.1
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
NEG
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
Sync on G
Sync on G
Sync on G
Sync on G
NEG
NEG
-C Sync
C Sync
C Sync
POS
POS
NEG
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
POS
Sync on G
Sync on G
Sync on G
Sync on G
NEG
NEG
-C Sync
C Sync
C Sync
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
----YES
YES
-----
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
----YES
YES
-----
YES
-----YES*4
YES*4
YES*4
YES*4
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES*3
YES
YES
YES
YES*4
YES*4
YES*4
YES
YES
YES*4
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Sync Polarity
Presence
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Screen Mode
Screen Mode
RGB
Select *5
DVI
Memory
-STILL
-STILL
---WIDE2
WIDE1
STILL
STILL
-----STILL
-STILL
---
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
4
5
7
8
9
41
42
19
17
11
12
13
14
15
43
44
24
25
26
27
45
RGB
Select*5
DVI
Memory
STILL
WIDE1
WIDE3
WIDE1
WIDE1
WIDE2
STILL
----------WIDE1
WIDE1
-------
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
51
52
80
22
22
53
29
30
40
47
54
55
56
57
58
6
16
28
39
29
48
59
60
61
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Table of Signals Supported (continued)
Model
[ Signal Type ]
Work Station
(Sun)
IDC-3000G
PAL625P
NTSC525P
Dots x Lines
Vertical
Freq.
(Hz)
Horizontal
Freq.
(kHz)
Sync Polarity
Presence
Screen Mode
Horizontal
Vertical
Horizontal
Vertical
Normal
(4:3)
Full
(16:9)
1024 X 768
1280 X 1024
60.0
60.0
49.7
63.9
---
---
---
---
YES
YES*4
768 X 576
640 X 480
50.0
59.9
31.4
31.5
NEG
NEG
NEG
NEG
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES*7
YES*7
RGB
Select*5
DVI
Memory
YES
YES
---
YES
YES
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29
YES*7
YES*7
-MOTION
NO
NO
31
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*1 Only when using a graphic accelerator board that is capable of displaying 852 x 480.
*2 Display only 400 lines with the screen center of the vertical orientation located at the center.
*3 The picture is displayed in the original resolution. The picture will be compressed for other signals.
*4 Aspect ratio is 5:4. This signal is converted to the following signal: 600 dots x 480 lines).
*5 Normally the RGB select mode suite for the input signals is set automatically. If the picture is not displayed
properly, set the RGB mode prepared for the input signals listed in the table above.
*6 To connect the monitor to a Macintosh computer, use the monitor adapter (D-Sub 15-pin) to your computer’s
video port.
*7 Other screen modes (LTR BOX and VRTWIDE) are available as well.
NOTE:
• While the input signals comply with the resolution listed in the table above, you may have to adjust the position
and size of the picture or the fine picture because of errors in synchronization of your computer.
• This monitor has a resolution of 853 dots x 480 lines. It is recommended that the input signal be VGA, wide VGA
or equivalent.
• With digital input some signals are not accepted.
• The sync may be disturbed when a nonstandard signal other than the aforementioned is input.
• If you are connecting a composite sync signal, use the HD terminal.
* “IBM PC/AT” and “VGA” are registered trademarks of International Business Machines, Inc. of the United
States.
* “Apple Macintosh” is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. of the United States.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If the picture quality is poor or there is some other problems, check the adjustments, operations, etc., before requesting service.
SYMPTOM
CHECKS
REMEDY
Picture is disturbed.
Sound is noisy.
Remote control operates erroneously.
The remote control does not work.
• Is a connected component set directly in front or at the side of the
display?
• Leave some space between the display and the connected
components.
• Are the remote control’s batteries worn out?
• Is IR ENABLE set to ON?
• Has an ID number been set for the main unit?
Monitor’s power does not turn on when
the remote control’s power button is
pressed.
• Is the monitor’s power cord plugged into a power outlet?
• Are all the monitor’s indicators off?
• Are the remote control’s batteries worn out?
• Is IR ENABLE set to ON?
• Has an ID number been set for the main unit.
Monitor does not operate when the
remote control’s buttons are pressed.
• Is the remote control pointed at the monitor, or is there an obstacle
between the remote control and the monitor?
• Is direct sunlight or strong artificial light shining on the monitor’s
remote control sensor?
• Are the remote control’s batteries worn out?
The front panel buttons of the main unit
do not function.
No sound or picture is produced.
Picture appears but no sound is
produced.
• The front panel buttons do not function during Control Lock.
• Replace both batteries with new ones.
• Set IR ENABLE OFF on INSTALL 3 menu.
• Set an ID number with the SELECT ID button, or set the ID
number to ALL.
• Plug the monitor’s power cord into a power outlet.
• Press the power button on the monitor to turn on the power.
• Replace both batteries with new ones.
• Set IR ENABLE OFF.
• Set an ID number with the SELECT ID button, or set the ID
number to ALL.
• Point the remote control at the monitor’s remote control sensor
when pressing buttons, or remove the obstacle.
• Eliminate the light by closing curtains, pointing the light in a
different direction, etc.
• Replace both batteries with new ones.
• Unplug the remote cable from the monitor.
• Set the Control Lock to OFF.
• Is the monitor’s power cord plugged into a power outlet?
• Is the volume set at the minimum?
• Is the mute mode set?
• Are the speakers properly connected?
• Is AUDIO set correctly?
• Improper control setting. Local interference. Cable
interconnections. Input impedance is not correct level.
• Improper control setting. Incorrect 15 PIN connector pin
connections.
• Are the tint and colors properly adjusted?
• Is the computer’s power turned on?
• Is a source connected?
• Is the Auto Off function in the standby or off mode?
• Is LOOP OUT set to ON?
• Is the position adjustment appropriate?
• Plug the monitor’s power cord into a power outlet.
• Increase the volume.
• Press the remote control’s MUTE button.
• Connect the speakers properly.
• Set AUDIO on the AUDIO menu correctly.
• Adjust picture control as needed. Try another location for the
monitor. Be sure all connections are secure.
• Adjust picture controls as needed. Check pin assignments and
connections.
• Adjust the tint and color (under PICTURE ADJUST).
• Turn on the computer’s power.
• Connect source to the monitor.
• Operate the computer (move the mouse, etc.)
• Set LOOP OUT OFF.
• Adjust the IMAGE OPTIONS properly.
• Is the screen size adjustment appropriate?
• Press the ASPECT button on the remote control and adjust
properly.
• Set to the proper resolution.
• Check the input signal.
Poor picture with VIDEO signal input.
Poor picture with RGB signal input.
Tint is poor or colors are weak.
Nothing appears on screen.
Part of picture is cut off or picture is not
centered.
Image is too large or too small.
Picture is unstable.
POWER/STANDBY indicator is lighted
in red.
POWER/STANDBY indicator is blinking
in red.
POWER/STANDBY indicator is blinking
in green and red, or green.
• Is the computer’s resolution setting appropriate?
• Horizontal and / or vertical sync signal is not present when the
Auto Off control is on.
• The temperature inside the main unit has become too high and has
activated the monitor.
----------
• Promptly switch off the power of the main unit and wait until the
internal temperature drops. See *1.
• Promptly switch off the power of the main unit. See *2.
*1 Overheat Protector
If the monitor becomes too hot, the overheat protector will be activated and the monitor will be turned off. If this happens, turn off the power to the
monitor and unplug the power cord. If the room where the monitor is installed is particularly hot, move the monitor to a cooler location and wait for
the monitor to cool for 60 minutes. If the problem persists, contact your Runco Authorized Dealer.
*2 In the following case, power off the monitor immediately and contact your Runco Authorized Dealer or Runco Authorized Service Center. The
monitor turns off 5 seconds after powering on and then the POWER/STANDBY indicator blinks. It indicates that the power supply circuit, plasma
display panel or temperature sensor have been damaged.
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DIMENSIONS
3.875
25.625
42" diagonal
41.250
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SPECIFICATIONS
Native Resolution:
853 x 480
Screen Size:
42 in. (diagonal)
Screen Aspect Ratio:
16:9
Available Aspect Ratios:
4:3, Letterbox, 16:9 Anamorphic, VirtualWide™
Image Area (W x H):
36 1/3 in. (921 mm) x
20 7/16 in. (518 mm)
DTV Compatibility:
480p, 720p, 1080i
Contrast Ratio:
1000:1
Data/Graphics Capability: 640 x 400 to 1600 x 1200
Inputs:
(2) Composite Video (1-BNC, 1-RCA), (1) S-Video, (2) Component Video (1-BNC, 1-RCA), (1)
RGB (15-pin mini D-sub), (1) RGB via BNC, (1) DVI w/HDCP, (1) RS-232C, (3) Stereo RCA jacks
Power Requirements:
120V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption:
270W
Operating Environments:
32˚ - 104˚F (0˚ - 40˚C), 20-80% Humidity (non-condensing)
Dimensions
Width: 41 1/4 in. (1048 mm)
Depth: 3 7/8 in. (98.43 mm)
Height: 25 5/8 in. (651 mm)
Weight: 67.5 lbs. (30.62 kg)
FCC, CE, C-Tick
Regulatory Approvals:
Limited Warranty:
(3) Three years parts and labor (not including the plasma glass panel) from the date of delivery to the
end user.
(1) One year parts and labor on the plasma glass panel from the date of delivery to the end user.
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RUMA-010400
01-17-06 v2.0
Runco International
2900 Faber Street
Union City, CA 94587
Ph (510) 324-7777 / Fax (510) 324-9300
1-800-23RUNCO
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