Hitachi ULTRAVISION UT32S402 User's Manual

Hitachi ULTRAVISION UT32S402 User's Manual
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Hitachi UltraVision® 1.5™ UltraThin LCD
HDTV with Audio Video Center
32” Class (31.51" Diagonal)
Anthracite Pearl Crystal Frame
1366 x 768p 120 Hz, PictureMaster™ V
(3) HDMI™ (V.1.3 with Deep Color,CEC) Inputs; (2) Component Inputs
Operating Guide
Model Name
UT32S402
READ THE ENCLOSED INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
KEEP THIS OPERATING GUIDE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Record the serial number of your monitor for future reference.
SERIAL NO.
This serial number is located on the back and right side of the monitor.
If you have a question about this product please call 800-Hitachi for assistance
CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS............02
INTRODUCTION..............................................04
About This Manual..................................................... 04
Trademark Credits..................................................... 04
Software.................................................................... 04
Features.................................................................... 04
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS..................................05
Explanation of the Symbols....................................... 05
Cleaning and Maintenance........................................ 08
Main Unit Installation................................................. 09
Anti-tumble Measures................................................ 09
Child Safety Notice ................................................... 10
Wall Mount Setup...................................................... 11
Floor Stand Setup...................................................... 12
QUICK START GUIDE......................................13
1. Supplied Accessories (including option)................ 13
2. Connect your A/V Center to the UT Monitor.......... 13
3. Insert the Batteries into the Remote Control......... 14
4.Antenna Connection............................................... 14
5. Power On............................................................... 15
6. Language Selection............................................... 15
COMPONENT NAMES......................................16
UT Monitor................................................................. 16
Audio Video Center.................................................... 17
Remote Control......................................................... 18
PREPARATION.................................................19
Remote Control Battery Installation........................... 19
Handling the Remote Control.................................... 19
Caution When Moving the Main Unit......................... 19
CONNECTION..................................................20
1. Connect your Equipment to the A/V Center........... 20
Connecting to Equipment Having
HDMI or DVI Output Terminals........................ 20
Connecting to Equipment Having
YPBPR Components Output Terminals............. 21
Connecting to Equipment Having
Video Output Terminals.................................... 21
Connecting to Equipment Having
an Audio Digital Input Terminal........................ 22
2. Connecting to a PC(Monitor Side)......................... 22
3.Connecting to Equipment Having Video Output
Terminals(Monitor Side)......................................... 23
4. Connect the Power Plug into the Wall Socket....... 23
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BASIC OPERATION..........................................24
Power On/Off............................................................. 24
Volume Up/Down....................................................... 25
Mute........................................................................... 25
Channel Selector/Favorite Channel........................... 25
Input Switching ......................................................... 26
Input Signal Screen Display...................................... 26
SETUP OPERATION.........................................27
How to Use the Remote to Control your
External Devices........................................................ 27
Remote Control Codes.............................................. 31
How to Use the On-Screen Display (OSD) System... 33
Select Language........................................................ 33
Main Menu List.......................................................... 34
Watching Images from A/V Center/Monitor Composite
Input........................................................................... 35
Setting Picture Adjustment..................................... 35
Reducing Noise...................................................... 37
Making the Moving Image Smooth......................... 38
Advanced Setting................................................... 39
Viewing Images from a PC........................................ 40
Setting Picture Adjustment..................................... 40
Advanced Setting................................................... 41
FUNCTIONS.....................................................42
Aspect Switching....................................................... 42
A/V Center/Monitor Composite Signal Input.......... 42
Display Aspect.................................................... 42
RGB Signal Input................................................... 43
Display Aspect.................................................... 43
Power Save Mode..................................................... 44
When Monitor Composite Input is Selected........... 44
When RGB Input is Selected................................. 44
TROUBLESHOOTING.......................................45
About LCD Display Technology................................. 45
When the Following Messages Appear
on the Screen............................................................ 45
Symptom and Checklist............................................. 45
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS...........................48
Signal Input................................................................ 49
Recommended Signal List......................................... 50
Dimensions................................................................ 51
SERVICE INFORMATION.................................52
LIMITED WARRANTY......................................53
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT..................54
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Our reputation has been built on the quality, performance, and ease of service of Hitachi LCD Monitors and A/V Centers.
Safety is also foremost in our minds in the design of these units. To help you operate these products properly, this
section illustrates safety tips which will be of benefit to you. Please read it carefully and apply the knowledge you obtain
from it to the proper operation of your Hitachi LCD Monitor and A/V Center.
Please fill out your warranty card and mail it to Hitachi. This will enable Hitachi to notify you promptly in the improbable
event that a safety problem should be discovered in your product model. Model and serial numbers are indicated on
back side and right side of the LCD Monitor and underneath the A/V Center.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of a sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to a person.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this LCD
Monitor and A/V Center.
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with a dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The
wide blade or the third prong are provided for your
safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your
outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on
or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
11. Only use the attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination
to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
15. Monitors, Televisions and A/V Centers are designed
to comply with the recommended safety standards for
tilt and stability. Do not apply excessive pulling force to
the front, or top, of the cabinet which could cause the
product to overturn resulting in product damage and/
or personal injury.
16. Follow instructions for wall, shelf or ceiling mounting
as recommended by the manufacturer.
17. An outdoor antenna should not be located in the vicinity
of overhead power lines or other electrical circuits.
18. If an outside antenna is connected to the receiver and
the monitor be sure the antenna system is grounded so
as to provide some protection against voltage surges
and built up static charges. Section 810 of the National
Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984, provides
information with respect to proper grounding for the
mast and supporting structure, grounding of the leadin wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding
connectors, location of antenna discharge unit,
connection to grounding electrodes and requirements
for the grounding electrode.
NOTE
To the CATV system installer: This reminder is provided to
call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-44
of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding
and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall
be connected to the grounding system of the building, as
close to the point of cable entry as practical.
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SAFETY POINTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUR HITACHI LCD MONITOR
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
Warning
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose these apparatus to rain or moisture.
• The LCD Monitor and A/V Center should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, should not be placed on the Monitor or over the A/V Center.
• The LCD Monitor shall be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.
• The mains plug is used as the disconnect device and shall remain readily operable.
If problems occur during installation or operation of the product, before calling for technical support or service
technicians, please read “TROUBLESHOOTING” ( 45 ~ 47 ) to determine the symptoms.
If serious problems occur (such as smoke or an abnormal odor from the unit), turn off the main power, unplug the
power cord, and then, contact 800-HITACHI immediately.
Lead/Mercury Notice
This product contains lead and one or more non-replaceable mercury backlights. Do not put in trash.
Hg
Recycle or dispose of according to applicable laws. For product recycling and disposal information, contact
your local government agency or visit www.eiae.org (in USA) or www.epsc.ca (in Canada). FOR MORE
INFORMATION, CALL 800-HITACHI.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION NOTICE
This equipments has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
Declaration of Conformity
This device complies with part15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions :
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference and (2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
For questions regarding this declaration, contact:
Hitachi Home Electronics (America), Inc.
900 Hitachi Way
Chula Vista, CA 91914-3556
Tel. 800-448-2244 (800-HITACHI)
ATTN: Customer Relations
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly
approved by Hitachi Home Electronics (America), Inc. may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Cables
Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods to maintain
compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations.
Any cables that are supplied with the system must be replaced with identical cables in order to assure compliance with
FCC rules. Order Hitachi spares as replacement cables.
INDUSTRY CANADA AGENCY REGULATORY INFORMATION
Cable Compatible Television Apparatus- Tèlèvision câblocompatible, Canada.
This class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Notes on Closed Captions
This Ultra Thin LCD Monitor in combination with the A/V Center will display television closed captioning, (
in accordance with paragraph 15.119 and 15.122 of the FCC rules.
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Thank you for purchasing the Hitachi 1.5 LCD Monitor and A/V Center. We hope that you will enjoy the outstanding
performance of these products.
This LCD Monitor and the A/V Center have been designed to comply with international standards. However, it could
cause personal injury and property damage if improperly handled. In order to prevent potential danger and obtain
maximum benefit from your set, please read this operating guide and A/V Center operating guide carefully before
operating these products and observe the following instructions when installing, operating, and cleaning the products.
To ensure proper operation, please read and follow ALL the instructions, especially the "IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS" and "SAFETY PRECAUTIONS".
Keep this manual for future reference and record the serial number of your set in the space provided on the front
cover page of this manual.
About This Manual
The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
This manual has been produced with the utmost care. If you have any comments or questions regarding this
manual, please contact your local dealer or our Customer Service Center.
Before operating the set, please fully understand the prerequisites such as specifications or constraints for the
hardware and software. Hitachi is not responsible and accept no liability for any loss, damage or injury as a result of
misuse.
Reproduction, copying, utilization, modification and/or transmission in whole or in part of this manual are prohibited
except by prior written consent.
All other products and company names used in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective owners.
Trademark Credits
VGA and XGA are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
VESA is a registered trademark of the Video Electronics Standard Association.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
Even if no special note has been made of company or product trademarks, these trademarks have been fully
respected.
Software
It is illegal for you to alter, decompile, disassemble, decrypt, or otherwise reverse-engineer the software installed in
this product.
Features
UltraVision 32" LCD HDTV and Audio Video Center
1.5" UltraThin Liquid Crystal Display
Wide Viewing Angle IPS (In-Plane Switching) Technology
Flexible Black Insertion for superior clarity
120Hz with Motion Interpolation
High Resolution Progressive Display 1366(H) x 768(V)
High Efficiency EEFL (External Electrode Fluorescent Lamp) BackLight
(3) HDMI™ (V.1.3 with Deep Color, CEC) Input
(1) RGB D-sub15 Input with Audio(Monitor Side)
Preprogrammed Remote Control
Easy-to-use Multi-Language On-Screen Display
High Quality Audio System with 4 Drivers
High Efficiency Display with Power Saving Features
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INTRODUCTION
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
For your safety, please read the following precautions carefully before using this product. Improper use would cause
serious personal injury and/or damage to your property or the product.
Explanation of the Symbols
The following are the symbols used in this manual and affixed to the unit itself. Please fully understand the meanings
of the symbols before reading the instructions in this section.
WARNING
Never ignore the instruction. There are risks of serious or fatal injury to the user.
CAUTION
Do not ignore the instruction. There are risks of personal injury and/or property damage.
Other Symbols
The triangle with illustration is intended to alert the users that there are risks of fire, explosion, or high temperature if
the product is handled improperly.
Each illustration within the triangle specifies the contents in detail. (The figure on the left is an example.)
The circle with diagonal line and illustration indicates a prohibited action (the symbol to the left indicates that
dismantling is prohibited).
This symbol indicates a compulsory action.
The contents are clearly indicated in or adjacent to an illustration (the symbol to the left indicates that the power plug
should be disconnected from the power outlet).
WARNING
There is a risk of fire, electric shock, or serious injury.
■ If serious problems occur, unplug the power cord immediately.
Serious problems such as:
Smoke, abnormal odor or noise emitted from the product.
No picture, no sound or distorted picture on the display.
Foreign matter (such as water, metals etc.) entered the unit.
Do not continue using the product under these abnormal conditions.
Turn off the main power, unplug the power cord, and contact 800-HITACHI immediately.
For your safety, never try to repair the product yourself.
Disconnect the
plug from the
power outlet.
■ Do not allow liquids or any foreign matter (such as metals or flammable items) to enter the units.
If this does occur, turn off the main power, unplug the power cord, and contact 800-HITACHI immediately.
Exercise special caution when young children are around the unit.
■ Do not remove covers, or modify the products.
High-voltage components are installed inside of the units. Removing covers can expose you to high
-voltage electric shock, and other hazardous conditions.
Contact 800-HITACHI to perform servicing such as inspection, adjustment or repair work.
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Do not
dismantle.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued)
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WARNING
There is a risk of fire, electric shock or serious injury.
■ Install the units in a proper location where it does not expose anyone to danger.
If you bump against the edges of the unit, you could be injured.
■ Do not rest weight on top of the units.
Objects such as
Liquid containers (vase, fish tank, flowerpot, cosmetics or liquid medicine).
If water or any liquid spills onto the unit, it may cause short-circuiting and result in fire or electric shock.
If this occurs, turn off the main power, unplug the power cord, and contact 800-HITACHI immediately.
Do not rest anything heavy on top of the units.
Do not climb on or hang from the units.
Do not allow your pets to get on top of the units.
■ Do not install the units in an unsuitable location.
This could cause a malfunction or in extreme cases danger of electric shock. Locations where high
moisture is likely, such as bathrooms or shower rooms, close to windows, or outside where rain, snow
or other inclement conditions could occur, should be avoided. Please also avoid installing the units in a
location where fumes from hot springs could come into contact with it.
■ Unplug the units in the event of a lightning storm.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not touch the products when lightning occurs.
Disconnect the
plug from the
power outlet.
■ Do not do anything that may damage the power cord.
Do not damage, modify, twist, forcibly bend, heat, or pull excessively on the power cord.
Do not place heavy objects (including the units itself) on top of the power cord.
If the power cord is damaged, contact 800-HITACHI for repairs or exchange.
■ Use only with designated power supply voltage.
To prevent the risk of fire and electric shock, operate the products only with the power supply voltage indicated on the
unit.
■ Be careful not to drop or allow any impact to affect the units.
Take extra care while moving the units.
There is no protection glass on the surface of the LCD panel. Therefore do not press the panel surface with your fingers
or hands. Also do not hit any objects against the monitor. These actions would damage the LCD cells or the panel
surface and could cause failure or personal injury.
In the event that you drop the units or the cabinet is damaged, turn off the main power, unplug the power cord and
contact 800-HITACHI immediately.
Continuing use of the products under the above conditions may cause fire or electric shock.
■ Clean dust or metals from on or around the pins of the power plug regularly.
Continuing use of the products under the above conditions may cause fire or electric shock.
Always unplug the power cord first, then clean the pins using a dry cloth.
■ Do not place the units on an unstable surface.
Unstable surfaces such as:
Tilted surface or shaky shelving, table, stand or trolley.
If the unit falls down, this could cause personal injury.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued)
CAUTION
■ Do not place or use the units in a dusty location.
This could cause a malfunction.
■ Do not cover or block any ventilation holes on the products.
The units would overheat and this could cause fire or damage to the products which may shorten its service lifetime.
Install the products in accordance with the instructions in this manual.
Do not place the units with the ventilation side downward.
Do not install the units on carpeting or bedding.
Do not cover the units with table cloths etc.
■ Be sure to ground the earth cable correctly(Monitor Only).
Especially when you use a power cord adapter, be sure to connect the earth cable to the ground terminal. Incorrect
connection could cause fire or electric shock.
For your safety, always make sure to unplug the power cord before connecting or disconnecting the earth cable.
■ Observe the anti-tumble measures described in this manual(Monitor Only).
If the unit tumbles over, there is a risk of personal, possibly fatal injury. Also, this would damage the product seriously.
■ Do not install the units near medical devices.
To prevent malfunction of medical devices, do not use the product and medical devices in the same room.
■ Do not place a CRT-based television near the speakers of the LCD Monitor.
This could cause partial discoloration or blurring of the image on the CRT-based television.
Please install it away from the speakers of the unit.
■ Disconnect all of the external connection cables and detach the anti-tumble measures before
moving the units.
Otherwise fire, electric shock or personal injury may result.
■ Connect the power plug securely.
Improper connection will cause overheating and may result in fire.
Do not touch the pins of the plug while connecting it to the wall socket. This could cause electric shock.
If the plug is not suitable for the wall socket, contact your dealer for replacement.
■ Do not handle the power cord with wet hands.
This could result in electric shock.
■ Do not pull the cord when you unplug the power cord.
This may damage the cord and could result in fire or electric shock.
Grip the plug when disconnecting it.
■ Unplug the power cord when you do not intend to use the products for long periods of time.
■ Handle the batteries properly.
Improper or incorrect use of the batteries may cause corrosion or battery leakage, which could cause fire, personal
injury or damage to property.
Use only the types of batteries which are indicated in this manual.
Do not replace batteries with used ones.
Install the batteries correctly by observing the polarity (+ and -) indications on the battery compartment.
Do not dispose of used batteries as domestic waste. Dispose of them in accordance with the local regulations.
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Connect the
earth cable.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued)
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CAUTION
■ Do not install the unit in locations where it will be subjected to high temperature.
This could damage the cabinet or components of the products.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heating grilles, stoves, or other apparatus that produce heat.
Keep the unit out of direct sunlight. Otherwise the resulting increase in temperature of the units may cause a malfunction.
■ Viewing Advice
The lighting of the environment in which the product is used should be appropriate. Too bright/dark environments are not good for
your eyes.
Take time to relax your eyes occasionally.
When you use the product, view from a distance equal to 3 to 7 times the height of the screen. This is the best viewing distance in
order to protect your eyes against eyestrain. Example: (3X)= approx: 1.5m (4'), (7X)= approx: 3.5m (9').
Adjust the volume to an appropriate level, especially during night time.
■ Transporting the product
When the products needs to be transported due to moving or repair, use the carton box and buffer material that came with
the products.
Always transport the product upright; otherwise this could damage the LCD panel.
Avoid laying the product down on its face or back.
Avoid vibrations. If the product "must" be transported laying on its face, be sure to provide soft cushioning material.
■ Keep radios away from the units while in use.
The unit is designed to meet the international EMI standards to prevent radio interference. However, the unit may generate
noise in the radio.
If noise is heard on the radio, please try the following actions.
Adjust the direction of the radio antenna in order not to receive interference from the units.
Keep the radio away from the units.
■ Infrared communication devices
Infrared communication devices such as cordless microphones or cordless headphones may not operate properly around the unit.
This is because of communication failure. Please note that this is not a malfunction.
■ When you dispose of the product at the end of its service lifetime, follow the regulations in your residential area.
For more information, contact the local authority or the dealer where you purchased the product.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Please make sure to unplug the power cord before cleaning the units.
■ How to clean the LCD panel of the unit.
Wipe the panel with a lint-free and dry cloth in order to prevent damage to the panel surface.
Do not use a chemical cloth or cleaners. Depending on the ingredients, these may cause discoloration and damage to the panel
surface.
Do not wipe with a rough cloth or rub hard. This may damage the panel surface.
In case of greasy dirt such as fingerprints, wipe the panel surface with a lint-free cloth moistened with a diluted neutral detergent
solution (dilute 1 part of detergent to 100 parts of water), and then wipe with a soft and dry cloth.
Do not use a spray cleaner. This could cause a malfunction.
■ How to clean the cabinet of the unit.
The following may cause cracking, deformation and peeling of paint.
Do not wipe the cabinet with benzene, thinners and other chemical products.
Do not spray volatile solutions such as insecticide over the cabinet.
Do not leave the cabinet in prolonged contact with plastic or rubber materials.
Do not use a chemical cloth, cleaner or wax. Depending on the ingredients, these may cause cracking and deformation.
Use a lint-free cloth (e.g. cloth for cleaning glasses) to clean the cabinet and control panel of the unit. In case of the excessive dirt,
wipe with a soft cloth moistened with a diluted neutral detergent solution and then wipe with a soft and dry cloth.
Never use the following detergents. They could cause cracking, discoloration and scratching.
Acidic/alkaline detergents, alcoholic detergents, abrasive cleaners, soap powder, OA cleaner, car wax, glass cleaner, etc.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued)
Main Unit Installation
When installing the main unit, be sure to use the specified mounting units in order to obtain maximum performance
and maintain safety.
Hitachi assumes no responsibility nor liability for personal injuries or property damage caused by use of other
mounting units or improper installation.
With respect to installation instructions, please read each user manual for the respective mounting units: for
Tabletop Setup, Floor Stand Setup, Wall Mounting, and Ceiling Mounting.
If using Wall or Ceiling Mounting units, contact your local dealer and ask for an approved installation specialist to
set up the unit. Never attempt to install it yourself. That could cause injury or damage.
Please leave adequate space around the unit in order to avoid increasing the internal temperature. Make sure not
to block any ventilation holes.
Do not install the units in a small space such as inside a cabinet, closet or box without adequate ventilation.
For Monitor.-Leave at least 10cm (4") of clearance from each side and 30cm (1') from the top of the Monitor to ceiling.
For A/V center.-Leave at least 10cm (4") of clearance from each side and from the top of the A/V Center to ceiling.
10cm (4”)
or more
10 cm.
10cm (4”)
or more
30cm (1’)
or more
10cm (4”)
or more
10 cm.
10 cm.
10cm (4”)
or more
10 cm.
10 cm.
10 cm.
Anti-tumble Measures
Install in a stable location and take safety precautions against overturning.
Securing to a table
1
Remove the plastic rivet.
Plastic rivet
2
Fasten the fastening strap to a table using
the wood screw provided.
Wood screw
(4 x 20 screw) : 1 pc.
Fastening strap
Securing to ceiling or wall
Use the specified mounting unit to secure the set to a ceiling. For Wall Mounting setup please refer to page (
For Floor Stand setup please refer to page ( 12 ).
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NOTE
For more information regarding mounting of the unit, please contact 800-HITACHI.
Please install the unit in a proper location where it does not expose anyone to the danger of bumping themselves
(for example their hands, head or face, etc) against the edges of the unit and causing personal injury.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued)
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Child Safety Notice
Congratulations on your purchase! As you enjoy your new product, please keep these safety tips
in mind:
THE ISSUE
• The home theater entertainment experience is a growing trend and larger
flat displays are popular purchases. However, flat panel displays are
not always supported on the proper stands or installed according to the
manufacturer’s recommendations.
• Flat Panel displays that are inappropriately situated on dresser, bookcases,
shelves, desks, speakers, chest or carts may fall over and cause injury.
HITACHI CARES!
• The consumer electronics industry is commited to making home
entertainment enjoyable and safe.
TUNE INTO SAFETY
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One size does NOT fit all. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations
for the safe installation and use of your flat panel display.
Carefully read and understand all enclosed instructions for proper use
of this product.
Don’t allow children to climb on or play with furniture and television
sets.
Don’t place flat panel displays on furniture that can easily be used as
steps, such as a chest of drawers.
Remember that children can become excited while watching a program,
especially on a “larger than life” flat panel display. Care should be taken
to place or install the display where it cannot be pushed, pulled over,
or knocked down.
Care should be taken to route all cords and cables connected to the
flat panel display so that they cannot be pulled or grabed by curious
children.
WALL MOUNTING: IF YOU DECIDE TO WALL
MOUNT YOUR FLAT PANEL DISPLAY, ALWAYS:
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Use a mount that has been recommended by the display manufacturer
and/or listed by an independent laboratory (such as UL, CSA, ETL).
Follow all instructions supplied by the display and wall mount
manufacturers.
If you have any doubts about your ability to safely install your flat panel
display, contact your retailer about professional installation.
Make sure that the wall where you are mounting the display is
appropiate. Some wall mounts are not designed to be mounted to walls
with steel studs or old cinder block construction. If you are unsure,
contact a professional installer.
A minimum of two people are required for installation. Flat panel
displays can be heavy.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued)
Wall Mount Setup
1
Remove the Stand Base from the Monitor
About the Installation
This product is heavy and should be
carried by at least 2 people.
Please make sure screws are
tightened properly.
WARNING
The torque should be 1.8~3.0
N.m (18~30 kgf.cm).
CAUTION
2
Keep the screws. They may
be used for the Wall Mount
installation.
Remove the 4 screws and raise straight up from tabletop stand.
Install the Wall Mount Brackets on the Monitor using 4 screws (Screws
Specification is shown below ).
Screw Length (A)
Screw Mounting Holes (4 places).Don't
use the original flat head screws (A) that
comes in the monitor, for the Wall Mount
Braket. The length is not long enough.
Insertion length (B)
Spring Washer (C)
Plane Washer (D)
Wall Mount Bracket (E)
Wall Mount Brackets
For Wall Mount assembly; please refer to the Installation Manual of the
Wall Mount Unit.
If the Wall Mount Bracket thickness is 1~3 mm. the original screws
removed from the stand base can be used for the Wall Mount installation.
CAUTION
3
Example :
A = B+C+D+E
A: 11~13 mm.
B: 7~9 mm.
C: 1 mm.
D: 1 mm.
E: 2 mm.
The screw type :Theread ISO M5 (Metric
type, do not use Standard type).
Insertion length (B) of the screws must be within 7~9 mm. If the length is less than 7 mm, the weight can
not be maintained. If the length is more than 9 mm, a space is created between the Wall Mount Bracket
and the Monitor. This length is very important.
Tips to consider for the location of the Monitor.
More than
10 cm (4").
Do not block the
ventilation holes. In
addition please keep a
More than
cetain distance around
30 cm (1').
and make sure not to
obstruct ventilation.
Blocking the ventilation
Keep
more than holes might cause fire or
2 cm (0.8") defect.
away from
the wall.
CAUTION If you purchased
the Wall Mount unit,
please ask for a professional
installer. Do not install by yourself.
This ultrathin unit features
an advanced ventilation
system configured for
vertical installation. A
knowledgeable and
experienced professional
technician can perform
other mounting or
installation orientations
(e.g., horizontal, tilted)
provided that you
specifically inform the
technician of the unit's
specialized ventilation
needs. Call 800-HITACHI
for additional info and
guidance.
Although this LCD Monitor can be installed using a variety of third party wall mounting brackets/devices, such
third party brackets/devices have not been tested or approved by Hitachi for use or compatibility with this
LCD Monitor. Accordingly, Hitachi accepts no responsability or liability for any injuries or property damage
resulting from the use of such third party brackets/devices. Hitachi strongly advises that any installation of this LCD Monitor
using wall mounting brackets/devices be performed only by a qualified and experienced television installation technician who
has completed a thorough evaluation of:
a) the weight-bearing strength and stability of the intended wall mount surface; and
b) the weight-bearing strength and compatibility of the intended wall mount brackets/device.
CAUTION
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued)
1
ENGLISH
Floor Stand Setup
Remove the Stand Base from the Monitor
CAUTION
Keep the screws. They will
be used for the Floor stand
installation.
Remove the 4 screws and raise straight up from tabletop stand.
2
Install the Monitor on the Floor Stand
Monitor
About the Installation
This product is heavy and should be carried
by at least 2 people.
For Stand Assembly; please refer to the Installation Manual of the Floor Stand.
3
Attach the Monitor to the Floor Stand with the 4 screws used with the
tabletop stand.
CAUTION
WARNING
CAUTION
Adjust Monitor position left or
right to match with screw holes.
If the screw holes do not align,
the Monitor may be damaged.
Please make sure screws
are tightened properly.
Screws from the
tabletop stand.
UT32S402 LCD UT Monitor is for use with the Hitachi AS-LSZ0081 or AS-LSZ0082 Floor stand
only. Use with other floor stands could cause instability and possible injury.
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QUICK START GUIDE
For more information on connecting and using your UT Monitor and A/V Center, please be sure to read all
instructions in this user manual and A/V Center user manual(included).
1
Supplied Accessories (including option)
User Manual
Remote Control
AAA Size
Battery X 2
HDMI Cable
HDMI Cushion
Wood Screw
(4 x 20) X 1
P# HL02566
Power Cord*
Terminal
Cover
Floor Stand
(See Beside Note)
(Optional)
NOTE
Optional Floor Stand
AS-LSZ0081(black)
AS-LSZ0082(silver)
*For some countries, the type of power plug provided may be different from that depicted.
2
Connect your Audio Video Center to the UT Monitor
The A/V Center HDMI output terminal (AV Out) is connected to the UT Monitor. Only one cable is used to
transmit all video/audio/control signals, thus facilitating an easy connection. Moreover, the digital signals can
produce high quality data without any degradation.
OUT
IN
HDMI Cable
NOTE
lease be sure to insert completely all HDMI cables when connecting to avoid abnormal picture.
P
Remember to attached the supplied cushion around the HDMI cable and secure with clamps to avoid
disconnection.
Clamp
Please refer to the A/V Center Operating Guide for more details.
Cushion
(supplied
accessory)
HDMI cable
Attach the cushion around
the HDMI cable so as not
to leave any clearance.
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Power Cord
3
Insert the Batteries into the Remote
Control... 19
4
Antenna Connection
ENGLISH
QUICK START GUIDE (continued)
Unless your A/V Center is connected to a cable TV system or to a centralized antenna system, a good outdoor
color TV antenna is recommended for best performance. However, if you are located in an exceptionally good
signal area that is free from interference and multiple image ghosts, an indoor antenna may be sufficient.
A/V Center Rear View
Antenna Terminal
a) VHF (75-Ohm) antenna/CATV (Cable TV)
When using a 75-Ohm coaxial cable system,
connect CATV coaxial cable to the AIR/CABLE
(75-Ohm) terminal. Or if you have an antenna,
connect the coaxial cable to the same AIR/CABLE
terminal.
To outdoor Antenna
or
Cable TV (CATV)
System
To Antenna
Terminal
c) When both VHF and UHF antennas are connected
Attach an optional antenna cable mixer to the TV
antenna terminal, and connect the cables to the
antenna mixer. Consult your dealer or service store
for the antenna mixer
Air/Cable
To UHF antenna
b) VHF (300-Ohm) antenna/UHF antenna
When using a 300-Ohm twin lead from an outdoor
antenna, connect the VHF or UHF antenna leads to
screws of the VHF or UHF adapter. Plug the adapter
into the antenna terminal on the A/V Center.
To outdoor VHF or
UHF Antenna
To outdoor antenna
or CATV system
Antenna Mixer
To Antenna
Terminal
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QUICK START GUIDE (continued)
5
Power On...
24
q Connect the plug into the wall socket after all other connections are completed.
CAUTION
Ensure that both ends of the power cord are easily accessible.
The Main Power Switch is factory set to On (activated), therefore after you connect the plug into the wall
socket, the color of the indicating lamp must turn Green and the Illumination Lamp turns Blue on Monitor and
A/V Center.The image will display on screen.
nce the Main Power switch is on, you can turn On/
O
Off by pressing the Power (On/Off) button on the
remote control.
Monitor
Rear
Panel
AVC
Rear
Panel
Illumination Lamp
Indicating Lamp
AC
Wall
Socket
Main Power Switch
(on the underside)
Front
AC
Wall
Socket
Rear
6
Language Selection
The initial language setting for on-screen displays is English (US).
You can change to your preferred language.
the
q Press
button.
e Select the language you prefer from the list using the
press the
15
OK
button.
Select
◄►
w Select “Language” using the
◄►
button to display Main Menu.
Language
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬English
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬English (US)
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬Français
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬Español
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬Deutsch
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬ᣣᧄ⺆
‫ޓޓޓޓޓޓ‬૕ਛᢥ
‫❥ޓޓޓޓޓ‬㜚ਛᢥ ‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬
button and then
OK Set
Return
COMPONENT NAMES
ENGLISH
UT Monitor
Front Panel
q
w
q
w
e
r
t
y
u
y
e
r
t
u
Cabinet
Panel
Remote Control Receiver
Indicating Lamp
Speaker
Illumination Lamp
Tabletop Stand
Control panel (located on the bottom)
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L/MONO
R
AUDIO
INPUT (AV4)
MENU/EXIT
INPUT/OK
VOL
;lk jhgf
i
o
a
s
d
f
Main Power switch
Service use only
RS232C
PC (RGB) Analog Audio Input Terminal
PC Connection Terminal (D-sub 15 Pin)
Reset button (See 46 .)
d s a o
g
h
j
k
l
;
i
▲ button
▼ button
Volume Up/► button
Volume Down/◄ button
Input Select/OK button
Menu/Exit button
Rear Panel
q Power Cord Socket
w HDMI Input Terminal
w q
Please refer to
20 ~ 23
for detailed information regarding the connections.
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COMPONENT NAMES(continued)
Audio Video Center
Front Panel
e
q
q Cabinet
w Indicating Lamp
e Power Off/On button
w
Rear Panel
e
q
w
e
r
q Antenna Input
To switch between Cable and Air input, go to the
Channel Manager option to change the signal source
CABLE or AIR.
w Audio/Video inputs 1 and 2 (Composite)
INPUT-1 and 2 provide composite Video jacks for
connecting equipment with this capability, such as a
DVD player, Game Console or Camcorders.
e Audio/Video inputs 3 and 4 (Y-PB PR Components)
INPUTS 3 and 4 provide Y-PBPR and Audio jacks for
connecting equipment with this capability, such as a
DVD player or Satellite Receiver.
NOTE
Your component outputs may be labeled Y, B-Y, and
R-Y. In this case, connect the components B-Y output to the PB input and the components R-Y output to
the PR input.
Your component outputs may be labeled Y-CBCR. In
this case, connect the component CB output to the PB
input and the component CR output to the PR input.
It may be necessary to adjust TINT to obtain optimum picture quality when using the Y-PBPR inputs .
r USB Port(For S/W Upgrade only)
This slot is for future software upgrades. Hitachi will
notify you if a software upgrade is required for your
A/V Center. In order to receive written notification,
please complete and return your warranty card.
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t
y
u
t HDMI Inputs1 and 3, HDMI 2/DVI Input
U
se the HDMI input for your external devices such as
Satellite Receiver or DVD players equipped with an
HDMI output to assure that pristine high-definition images retain the highest video quality from the source
all the way to your monitor screen.
NOTE
The HDMI input is not intended for use with personal
computers.
Only DTV formats such as 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480i
and 480p are available for HDMI input..
y Optical Output
This jack provides Digital Audio Output for your audio
device that is Dolby® Digital and PCM compatible,
such as an audio amplifier.
NOTE
*Manufactured under license from Dolby Labora-
tories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
u HDMI Output(To UT Monitor)
The A/V Center HDMI output terminal (AV Out)
is connected to the UT Monitor. Only one cable is
used to transmit all video/audio/control signals, thus
facilitating an easy connection. Moreover, the digital
signals can produce high quality data without any
degradation.
*Please refer to 20 ~ 23 for detailed information
regarding the connections.
COMPONENT NAMES (continued)
ENGLISH
Remote Control
In addition to controlling all of the functions on your Hitachi UT LCD Monitor and A/V Center, the new remote control is designed
to operate different types of devices, such as, DVD players, Cable Boxes, Set-Top-Boxes, Satellite Receivers, VCR's, PVR's and
AVR's. The remote control must be programmed to control the chosen device. Please refer to pages 27 ~ 30 for external device
programming setup.
Power On/Off
(Monitor, TV, DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)
Press this button to switch the selected device
On or Off standby.
Device Buttons
(TV, DVD, PVR/VCR,
SAT/CBL, AVR)
Press these buttons to switch between your
devices.
(-) Dash Button
(TV, SAT,PVR,DVD)
Press this button when the remote is in SetTop-Box mode (SAT) or when the TV uses a
digital input.
Numeric Buttons
(TV, DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)
Press these buttons to manually enter
the channel and for numeric entry when
navigating through the OSD menu system.
Last Channel Button
(TV, SAT/CBL, PVR)
Press this button to switch between the
current and the last channel viewed.
Enter Button
(TV, DVD, VCR, SAT/CBL)
Press this button to use as a SELECT feature.
Volume Buttons
(Monitor, TV, AVR)
Press up (+) to increase or down (-) to
decrease the audio level of your TV.
Menu Button
(Monitor, TV, DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)
Accesses the OSD menu system.
Return Button
(Monitor, TV,DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)
Press this button to return to the previous menu.
Cursor PAD/OK Buttons
(Monitor, TV, DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL, AVR)
The Cursor PAD is used to navigate through
the OSD and INPUT menu system, The OK
button is used to Set/Activate highlighted
menu items.
Color Buttons
( SAT/CBL)
Use them for certain CBL/SAT device in OSD
navigation or features..
Input Select
(Monitor, TV, AVR)
Press this button to change input mode.
Channel Up/Down Buttons
(TV, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL)
Changes up or down the channel.
Mute
(Monitor, TV, AVR)
Press this button once to turn off temporally
the audio level, press it again to restore audio
level.
Guide Button
(SAT/CBL, PVR,DVD)
Press this button to access the program guide
of TV and other devices.
Info Button
(Monitor, TV, DVD,SAT/CBL, PVR)
Shows the input signal status and other
information.
Picture Mode
(Monitor, TV)
Picture mode can be changed each time
pressed in the following sequence.
Dynamic
Natural
Cinema
Favorite Channel Button
(TV,SAT/CBL, PVR)
Press to enter/access Favorite Channel mode.
RGB Input Select
(Monitor)
Press this button to select RGB (/Monitor
Composite) input.
Aspect
(Monitor, TV)
Press this button to change picture size.
DVD/VCR CONTROL BUTTONS
(DVD, PVR/VCR, AVR)
Control the functions of your DVD and VCR.
HDMI Input Select
(Monitor, TV)
Press this button to select HDMI input for
Monitor or A/V Center mode for TV..
LEGENDS
TV - Television
DVD- Digital Video Disc Player
AVR - Audio/Video Receiver
VCR - Video Cassete Recorder
SAT - Satellite Receiver
PVR - Personal Video Recorder
CBL - Cable Box
NOTE
For the Record button there is a feature for safety; so this key have to be press twice in order to start recording.
Monitor Mode is when the A/V Center is not connected to the Monitor's HDMI Input.
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PREPARATION
Remote Control Battery Installation
The remote control operates on 2 “AAA” batteries.
1. Open the battery compartment cover
Push and pull open the battery compartment cover
on the backside in the direction of the arrow, and
remove the cover.
Handling the Remote Control
Use the remote control within a distance of
about 5m (16’) from the front of the unit’s
remote control sensor and within an angle of
about 30 degrees on both sides.
2. Install the batteries
Install 2 “AAA” batteries (included)
making sure the polarities match the
indication inside the compartment.
3. C
lose the battery
compartment cover
Within 30
degrees
Within 30
degrees
About 3m (10’)
About 3m (10’)
Make sure the tabs rest in
the corresponding holes
and push down the
compartment cover until it
clicks shut.
About 5m (16’)
CAUTION
Risk of corrosion or battery leakage. Tampering with batteries may result in
physical injury and/or property damage including fire.
Never mix used and new batteries in the device.
Replace all the batteries in the device at the same time.
Remove the batteries if the remote control is not going to be used for an extended period of time.
To avoid possible malfunction, read the following instructions and handle
the remote control correctly.
Do not drop or allow impact to affect the remote control.
Do not spill water or any liquid on the remote control.
Do not place the remote control on a wet surface.
Do not place the remote control under direct sunlight or near sources of excessive heat.
Caution When Moving the Main Unit
Whenever the unit is moved, two people are required to transport it safely.
Whenever the unit is moved,
it should be lifted forwards
by holding the top and base
on both sides of the unit for
stability.
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CONNECTION
ENGLISH
The unit is suitable for various kinds of connections. Make a connection in the following steps. Be sure to turn
off the main power first when connecting external equipment.
NOTE
Do not connect the power plug to the wall socket until all other connections are completed.
1. Connect your Equipment to the A/V Center
Connecting to Equipment Having HDMI or DVI Output Terminals
The A/V Center HDMI Input terminals can be connected to devices with HDMI output.
If the external device has a DVI output, this can be connected to the HDMI 2 input terminal using the HDMI-DVI
cable. If the HDMI-DVI cable is used, connect the audio signal to the Input 2 Audio terminals.
IN
OUT
(HDMI)
(HDMI)
(HDMI)
(HDMI)
or
[Example]
DVD player
Satellite Receiver
(DVI)
Camcorder
Home video game system
(Audio)
HDMI-Interfaced System
With “HDMI-CEC” function, you can interface the connected equipment through the HDMI terminal automatically if
the connected equipment meets an industry standard “HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control)”. Please check if
the connected equipment supports HDMI CEC before using this function.
Information
The HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is a multimedia I/O (Input/Output) interface. Only one cable is used
to transmit all video/audio/control signals, thus facilitating easy connection.
Moreover, the digital signals can produce high quality data without any degradation.
If your external device has an HDMI terminal, HDMI connection is recommended for higher quality picture and sound.
NOTE
Please be sure to insert completely all HDMI or DVI cables when connecting to avoid abnormal picture.
Make sure that the video and audio terminals are connected to the same external device.
For details of the output format of an external device, refer to "Recommended Signal List" on 50 .
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CONNECTION (continued)
1. Connect your Equipment to the A/V Center (continued)
Connecting to Equipment Having a YPbPr Component Output Terminals
The A/V Center YPbPr Input 3 and 4 terminals can be connected to devices equipped with YPbPr or YCbCr
terminals output. Connect the Y, PB/CB, PR/CR OUT of the device to the INPUT 3 or 4 YPBPR jacks.Connect the
AUDIO OUT signal to the Input 3 and 4 AUDIO IN terminals respectively.
Component
Video
IN
OUT
Green
Green
Blue
Blue
Red
Red
[Example]
DVD player
Satellite Receiver
Home video game system
(Audio)
White
White
Red
Red
Connecting to Equipment Having Video Output Terminals
The A/V Center Video Composite Input 1 and 2 terminals can be connected to devices equipped with standard
Video terminals output.
[Example]
VCR
Composite
Video
IN
OUT
Yellow
Yellow
White
White
Red
Red
DVD player
Satellite Receiver
Camcorder
* For Monoaural devices, please connect
Audio signal cable into L input jack .
Home video game system
NOTE
Please be sure to insert completely all cables when connecting to avoid abnormal picture and sound.
Make sure that the video and audio terminals are connected to the same external device.
Cable plugs are often color-coded. Match colors of plugs and terminals, i.e. connect red to red, white to
white, etc.
For details of the output format of an external device, refer to "Recommended Signal List" on 50 .
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CONNECTION (continued)
ENGLISH
1. Connect your Equipment to the A/V Center (continued)
Connecting to Equipment Having a Audio Digital Input Terminal
The A/V Center “OPTICAL OUT” Audio terminal can be connected to devices equipped with Optical Input
capabilities such as Audio Amplifiers Systems. The “OPTICAL OUT” from the A/V Center Rear Panel is a fixed
output. The Volume of the amplifier is controlled by the amplifier, not by the A/V Center Unit. The OPTICAL
OUT terminal outputs all audio sources.
Optical
OUT
[Example]
IN
OUT
OPTICAL
IN
(Audio)
STEREO SYSTEM
AMPLIFIER
2. Connecting to a PC(on Monitor Side)
The PC connection terminal (D-sub 15 pin) + the PC (RGB) Analog Audio Input terminal are connected to
the PC, allowing an analog RGB signal.
IN
OUT
AUDIO
[Example]
(D-sub 15 Pin)
To insert D-sub 15 pin, tilt the monitor forward and bring the terminals into view. Two people are required to hold the
monitor and insert D-sub 15 pin safely. Be careful not to damage the panel.
Tilt Forward
*
D-Sub 15
*
Audio Cable
NOTE
*D-sub 15 and Audio cables are not included.
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CONNECTION (continued)
3 . C o n n e c t i n g t o E q u i p m e n t H av i n g V i d e o O u t p u t
Terminals ( on Monitor side)
The Monitor can be connected to equipments having video output using the optional D-sub 15 pin - composite cable.
Your UT Monitor is capable to receive composite video, you can watch images from your external equipments
through the optional D-sub 15 pin - composite cable, but A/V Center provides more practical terminals.
IN
OUT
[Example]
AUDIO
VCR
or
(Audio)
DVD player
*
(D-sub 15 Pin)
Set-Top Box
Camcorder
* Optional D-sub 15 pin - composite
cable.
Home video game system
4. Connect the Power Plugs into the Wall Socket
Monitor Back Side
Monitor
Rear
Panel
A/V Center Back Side
AC
Wall
Socket
AVC
Rear
Panel
AC
Wall
Socket
CAUTION
Use only the power cord provided.
Do not use a power supply voltage other than that indicated (AC120, 60Hz). It may cause fire or electric shock.
For the LCD monitor, a three-core power cord with a ground terminal is used for efficiency protection. Always be sure
to connect the power cord to a three-pin grounded outlet and make sure that the cord is properly grounded. If you use
a power source converter plug, use an outlet with a ground terminal and screw down the ground line.
Ensure that both ends of the power cord are easily accessible.
If you have to change the power cord, please use a certified power cord that meets your region’s safety standards.
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BASIC OPERATION
Turn On the power of the unit.
Illumination Lamp
ENGLISH
Power On/Off
Indicating Lamp
To turn On the power to the unit:
1. Press the Main Power switch on the unit.
The Indicating Lamp illuminates in Green on
Monitor/Blue on A/V Center, and the Illumination
Lamp turns Blue.
The image will display on screen.
Main Power Switch
(on the underside)
2. Once the Main Power switch is on, you can turn On/Off by
pressing the Power (On/Off) button on the remote control.
Front
To turn Off the power to the unit:
1. Press the Power (On/Off) button on the remote control.
The image disappears from the screen. The Indicating
Lamp turns Red (Standby mode) on Monitor and A/V
Center, and the Illumination Lamp turns off.
Rear
Power On/Off button
2. Press the Main Power switch on the Monitor to completely
turn Off the power to the Monitor.
NOTE
While the Indicating Lamp illuminates in Red (Standby mode),
you can turn On/Off by pressing the Power (On/Off) button on
the remote control.
The Indicating Lamp/Illumination Lamp Status of the Monitor
Indicating
Lamp
Illumination
Lamp
Power Status
Remark
Off
–
Off
–
Red
–
Standby mode
–
Green
Blue
On
–
Orange
–
Power Save mode
Blinking Green
Blue
On
Refer to
44
for the condition.
Receiving Remote Control signal
The Indicating Lamp Status of A/V Center
Indicating
Lamp
Off
Power Status
Off
Red
Standby mode
Blue
On
NOTE
If the image does not appear on the screen at all, or if there is any problem with it, see “TROUBLESHOOTING” on
45 ~ 47 . This may help you to solve the problems.
After turning On, it takes about 6 seconds until the monitor starts up. Please note that buttons on the remote control
and the unit (such as the Power button) do not work during this period of time.
If power is interrupted during use of the unit, to avoid sudden surges of electricity when the power comes back on,
turn off the main power to the unit before leaving home.
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BASIC OPERATION (continued)
Volume Up/Down
1. To increase the sound volume, press the Volume Up button
on the remote control or control panel.
The Volume Indicator value on the screen will shift to the right.
Volume Up/Down
button
2. To decrease the sound volume, press the Volume Down button
on the remote control or control panel.
The Volume Indicator value on the screen will shift to the left.
Mute button
Mute
1. To mute sounds, press the
button on the remote control.
The sound of the unit is temporarily turned Off.
The color of the Volume Indicator will turn into grey
while muting the volume.
2. To turn the sound back on, press the
button again, or
press the Volume Up button on either the remote control or
control panel.
The color of the Volume Indicator will turn back to blue.
NOTE
You can decrease the volume by pressing the Volume Down
button while the sound is muted.
Channel Selector/Favorite Channel
The CHANNEL SELECTOR buttons are used to select channels, lock
access code, etc. Use the CHANNEL SELECTOR buttons to enter one,
two, or three numbers to select channels. Enter 0 first for channels
1 to 9, or simply press the single digit channel you wish to tune then
press the OK button for the TV to tune. Channel selection may also be
performed by CHANNEL (CH) UP ( ) or CHANNEL (CH) DOWN ( ).
Press the FAV CH button to switch to Favorite(FAV) channel mode. You
will know you are in Favorite Channel mode when (FAV) is displayed
and the displayed channel is GREEN. Press it again to return to your
regular tuned channels. You can add or delete any channel to your
Favorite channel list by pressing FAV CH button on A/V Center/Setup/
Channel List menu.
25
Volume Up/Down button
20
BASIC OPERATION (continued)
Press the button
to access the INPUTS menu. Use the CURSOR
and OK buttons to scroll and select the inputs that are being used.
Pressing the INPUT button repeatedly will also cycle through the Inputs
menu items. Then press the
◄►
and
OK
buttons to select.
AIR/CABLE Select between Air or Cable signal.
INPUT 1
Select to choose Input 1.
INPUT 2
Select to choose Input 2.
INPUT 3
Select to choose Input 3.
INPUT 4
Select to choose Input 4
HDMI 1
Select to choose HDMI 1 Input.
HDMI 2/DVI Select to choose HDMI 2/DVI Input.
HDMI 3
Select to choose Side HDMI Input.
HDMI 2/DVI
HDMI 3
Air/Cable
Input 1
Input 2
Move
OK
ENGLISH
Input Switching
Input Select
button
Select
Press RGB button to enter to RGB Mode, Press HDMI to return to A/V Center Mode.
Input Signal Screen Display
The input signal status can be displayed on the screen by pressing the
button on the remote control.
The display will go out in approximately 6 seconds.
Input mode
HDMI: 1
HDMI mode
DVI
720p
YPbPr
Component
mode
YPbPr:3
480p
Input mode
Signal mode
INFO
button
Input:1
Video
Composite
mode
RGB mode
Air/Cable
mode
*
Signal
mode
When
DVI
* is detected
H:
V:
Digital Channel
Main Picture Source
& Channel Indication
D Air 15-1
Broadcast Channel
KPBS-HD
Indication
3:25 PM
Clock
DIGITAL CHANNELS
Alternate Rating
Program
Information
RGB
48.4kHz
60.0 Hz
Input mode
Input horizontal
frequency
Input vertical
frequency
Show Name
3:00PM-3:30PM REGION 5
DTvCC TV-G
1080i
ST
Broadcast Picture
Audio Digital
Broadcast Captions Rating Format
Auto
Press the INFO button again to
return to normal viewing.
Closed Caption
Setting
ANALOG CHANNELS
Program
Information
Show Name
3:00PM-3:30PM
ST
TV-G
Audio
Broadcast
Broadcast
Rating
Auto
Closed Caption
Setting
NOTE
For Digital Channels press the
INFO button again for a more
detailed description of program.
A
480i
Analog Channel
Main Picture Source
& Channel Indication
Air 8
Broadcast Channel
KXYZ
Indication
3:17 PM
Clock
The Aspect setting will not be
shown if the channel is locked.
Picture Format
STEREO
Audio Source
Selection
26
SETUP OPERATION
How to Use the Remote to Control your External Devices
OPERATING THE PRECODED FUNCTIONS FOR YOUR EXTERNAL DEVICES.
The new remote control is designed to operate different types of VCRs, cable boxes, set-top-boxes, satellite receivers,
DVD players, and other audio/video equipment. You must first program the remote to match the remote system of your
external equipment (refer to pages 31 ~ 32 for precodes).
EXTERNAL DEVICE CONTROL SETUP PROCEDURE
Power button
Device buttons
1. Turn on your external device.
2. Select the desired device mode DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL or
AVR by pressing the corresponding device button.
Numeric buttons
3. Hold down the device button (DVD, PVR/VCR, SAT/CBL or
AVR) on the remote and enter the four digit preset code that
matches your device as shown on pages 31 ~ 32 .
4. Release the device button.
5. If done correctly, the device LED indicator will blink 3 times to
confirm proper setup.
6. The remote will now control the desired device.
SETUP EXAMPLE (Hitachi Cable Box with precode
0003)
1. Turn ON your Cable box.
2. Select Cable mode by using your SAT/CBL button to position
the LED indicator on SAT/CBL.
3. Hold down the SAT/CBL button on the remote and press the
numbers 0, 0, 0 and 3.
4.
Release the SAT/CBL button.
5. The indicator light will flash 3 times if the code was accepted.
6. Aim the remote at the cable box and press the POWER button.
The remote will turn off your cable box when the correct four
digit preset code is entered. When this occurs, the remote
control is programmed for your cable box. If the cable box
does not turn off, try a different four digit preset code.
7. The remote will now control your Cable box.
Repeat the same procedure for your set-top-box or satellite receiver
(select SAT/CBL), your DVD (select DVD), your VCR/PVR(select
VCR/PVR), or your AVR (select AVR).
NOTE
If your external device cannot be operated after performing the above procedures, your external device code has
not been precoded into the remote.
In the unlikely event that your external device cannot be operated after performing the above procedures, please
consult your external device operating guide.
The remote control will remember the codes you have programmed even after the batteries are removed from the
remote control. To reset all programmed codes to factory default place remote control in TV mode, then press and hold
TV mode key and enter “9”, “8”, “1” in sequence.
27
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
Set-Top-Box/
Satellite Receiver
Device Button
Cable Device
Button
MY CABLE BOX CODE IS:____________________
NOTE
Refer to the operating guide of the Cable Box for
operation of the buttons exclusively for the Cable Box.
PRECODED CABLE BOX buttons
These buttons transmit the chosen precoded cable codes :
-Power
-Cursor & OK
-Number PAD
-Menu
-Info
-Enter
-Return
-Channel Up & Down -Fav CH
-Guide
-Dash(-)
-Color Buttons
-Last CH
EXCLUSIVE TV mode (Monitor) buttons
These buttons are for operating the TV :
-Input
-P. Mode
-HDMI
-Aspect
-Vol Up & Down
-RGB
-Mute
ENGLISH
How to Use the Remote to Control your External Devices
MY SET-TOP-BOX/SATELLITE RECEIVER
CODE IS:____________________
NOTE
Refer to the operating guide of the Set-Top-Box/Satellite
Receiver for operation of the buttons exclusively for the
Set-Top-Box/Satellite Receiver.
PRECODED SET-TOP-BOX/SATELLITE buttons
These buttons transmit the chosen precoded STB/Satellite
codes :
-Power
-Cursor & OK
-Number PAD
-Menu
-Info
-Enter
-Return
-Channel Up & Down -Fav CH
-Guide
-Dash(-)
-Color Buttons
-Last CH
EXCLUSIVE TV mode (Monitor) buttons
These buttons are for operating the TV :
-Input
-P. Mode
-HDMI
-Aspect
-Vol Up & Down
-RGB
-Mute
28
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
How to Use the Remote to Control your External Devices
DVD Device
Button
VCR/PVR
Device Button
MY DVD PLAYER CODE IS:___________________
NOTE
Refer to the operating guide of the DVD Player for
operation of the buttons exclusively for the DVD Player.
PRECODED DVD buttons
These buttons transmit the chosen precoded DVD codes :
-Play, Stop, Pause,
-Power
-Cursor & OK
RWD, FWD, Skip
-Menu
-Info
RWD, Skip FWD, Rec
-Return
-Number PAD
-Enter
-Guide
-Dash(-)
EXCLUSIVE TV mode (Monitor) buttons
These buttons are for operating the TV :
-Input
-P. Mode
-HDMI
-Aspect
-Vol Up & Down
-RGB
-Mute
29
MY VCR/PVR CODE IS:____________________
NOTE
Refer to the operating guide of the VCR/PVR for
operation of the buttons exclusively for the VCR/PVR.
PRECODED VCR/PVR buttons
These buttons transmit the chosen precoded VCR/PVR
codes :
-Power
-Cursor & OK
-Record
-Menu
-Channel Up & Down -Play, Stop,
Pause, RWD,
-Return
-Number PAD
FWD, Skip
-Info
-Last CH
(FWD,RWD)
-Guide
-FAV CH
EXCLUSIVE TV mode (Monitor) buttons
These buttons are for operating the TV :
-Input
-P. Mode
-HDMI
-Aspect
-Vol Up & Down
-RGB
-Mute
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
AVR Device
Button
ENGLISH
How to Use the Remote to Control your External Devices
MY AUDIO/VIDEO RECEIVER (AVR)
CODE IS:____________________
NOTE
Refer to the operating guide of the AVR for operation of
the buttons exclusively for the AVR.
PRECODED AVR buttons
These buttons transmit the chosen precoded cable codes :
-Power
-Channel Up & Down -Input
-Mute
-Number PAD -Vol Up & Down
-Return
-Cursor PAD
-Menu
EXCLUSIVE TV mode buttons
These buttons are for operating the TV :
-Info
-P. Mode
-HDMI
-Aspect
-RGB
30
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
Remote Control Codes
CABLE Brand
A-MARK
ABC
ACCUPHASE
ACORN
ACTION
CODES
0008,0144
0237,0003,0008
0003
0237
0237
ACTIVE
ADB
ARCHER
BCC
BRITISH
TELECOM
CENTURY
DIGEO
DIGI
DIRECTOR
DUMONT
FOSGATE
GE
GENERAL
INSTRUMENT
GIBRALTER
GOLDSTAR
HITACHI
INSIGHT
JERROLD
0237
2092,2586
0237
0276
0003
0008
1187,2187
0637
0476
0637
0276
0144
0476,0810,0276
0003
0003
0144
0003,0008
0476,0810
0476,0810,0276
0003
MEMOREX
0000
MITSUBISHI
0003
MOTOROLA
1376,0476,0810
0276,1187,1254
1106
NOVA VISION
0008
NOVAPLEX
0008
NSC
0637
PACE
1877,0877,0237
0008
PANASONIC
0000,0008,0144
PANTHER
0637
PARAGON
0000,0008,0525
PENNEY
0000,0637
PHILIPS
1305,0317
PIONEER
1877,0877,0144
0533
PULSAR
0000
QUASAR
0000
REGAL
0276
RUNCO
0000
SAMSUNG
0003,0144
SASKTEL
1737
SCIENTIFIC
1877,0877,0477
ATLANTA
0237,0003,0000
0008
SONY
1006
SPRUCER
0144
STARCOM
0003
STORM
0637
SUPERCABLE 0276
TORX
0003
TOSHIBA
0000
UNITED CABLE 0276,0003
US
0276,0003,0008
ELECTRONICS
VIDEOWAY
0000
ZENITH
0000,0525
CABLE/PVR
COMBO
DIGEO
GENERAL
INSTRUMENTS
JERROLD
MOTOROLA
PACE
PIONEER
SASKTEL
SCIENTIFIC
ATLANTA
SONY
SUPERCABLE
SATELLITE
BRAND
(Set Top Box)
BELL
EXPRESSVU
CHAPARRAL
COOLSAT
31
CODES
1187,2187
0810
0810
1376,0810,1187
1106
1877,0237
1877,0877
1737
1877,0877
1006
0276
CROSSDIGITAL 1109
DIRECTV
1377,0392,0566
0639,1639,1142
0247,0749,1749
0819,1856,1076
1108,0099,1109
1392,1414,1442
1443,1609,1640
DISH
1505,1005,0775
NETWORK
1170,1775
SYSTEM
DISHPRO
1505,1005,0775
1775
ECHOSTAR
1505,1005,0775
1170,1775
EXPRESSVU
0775,1775
FORTEC STAR 1821
FUNAI
1377
GE
0392,0566
GENERAL
0869
INSTRUMENTS
GOI
0775,1775
HITACHI
0749,0819,1250
HOUSTON
0775
HTS
0775,1775
HUGHES
1142,0749,1749
NETWORK
1442,1443
SYSTEMS
INNOVA
0099
JERROLD
0869
JVC
0775,1170,1775
LG
1414
MAGNAVOX
0722
MCINTOSH
0869
MITSUBISHI
0749
MOTOROLA
0869,0856
NETSAT
0099
NEXT LEVEL
0869
PANASONIC
PANSAT
PHILIPS
PIONEER
PRIMESTAR
PROSCAN
RADIOSHACK
RCA
SAMSUNG
SKY
SONY
STAR CHOICE
STAR TRAK
THOMSON
TIVO
TOSHIBA
ULTIMATE TV
ULTRASAT
UNIDEN
VOOM
ZENITH
SAT/PVR
COMBO
BELL
EXPRESSVU
DIRECT TV
DISH
NETWORK
SYSTEM
DISH PRO
ECHOSTAR
EXPRESSVU
HUGHES
NETWORK
SYSTEMS
JVC
MOTOROLA
PHILIPS
PROSCAN
RCA
SAMSUNG
SONY
STAR CHOICE
TIVO
ZENITH
CODES
VCR Brand
A-MARK
0775,1170
ABS
ACCURIAN
ADMIRAL
0216
1806,2147
0247,0701
1807
1142,0749,1749
0775,0819,1076
0722,0099,1442
1142,1442
0869
0392,0566
0566,0775,0869
0392,0566,1142
0775,0855,0143
1392,1442
1377,1142,1276
1108,1109,1442
1609
0856,0099
0639,1639,1640
0869
0869
0392,0566
1142,1442,1443
0749,1749,0790
1392,1640
1806
0722
0869
0856,1856,1810
CODES
0775,1170
1377,0392,0639
1142,1076,0099
1392,1442,1443
1640
1505,0775
1505,0775
1505,0775,1170
0775
1142,1442,1443
1170
0869
1142,1442
0392
1392
1442
0639,1640
0869
1142,1442,1443
1810
CODES
0037,0240,0000
0278,0046
1972
0000
0060,0048,0039
0047,0104,0209
0065,0479
ADVENTURA
ADYSON
AIKO
AIWA
AKAI
ALBA
ALIENWARE
ALLEGRO
AMERICA ACTION
AMERICAN HIGH
AMSTRAD
ASHA
ASTRA
AUDIOVOX
AVIS
BEAUMARK
BELL & HOWELL
0037,0240,0000
0072
0278
0037,0000,0124
0041,0175
0209,0072,0278
1972
0039
0278
0035,0081
0000
0240
0035,0081
0000
0000,0072
0240
0035,0048,0039
0000,0104,0046
0479
BROKSONIC
0184,0121,0209
0002,0479
CALIX
0037
CANDLE
0037,0038
CANON
0035
CAPEHART
0002
CARRERA
0240
CARVER
0035,0081
CCE
0072,0278
CINERAL
0278
CITIZEN
0035,0037,0240
0000,0209,0278
0479
CLASSIC
0037
COLORTYME
0060,0035,0045
0278
COLT
0000,0072
CRAIG
0037,0047,0240
0072
CRITERION
0000,0072
CROSLEY
0035,0081,0000
CROWN
0072,0278
CURTIS MATHES 0060,0035,0162
0240,0000,0041
0278,0432
CYBERNEX
0240
CYBERPOWER
1972
DAEWOO
0037,0045,0278
0046
DAYTRON
0037,0278
DELL
1972
DENON
0081,0042
DERWENT
0041
DIRECTV
0739
DUAL
0000
DURABRAND
0039,0038
DYNATECH
0240,0000
ELECTROHOME 0060,0037,0240
0000,0043,0209
ELECTROPHONIC 0037
EMERALD
0184,0121
EMEREX
0032
EMERSON
0037,0184,0240
0000,0121,0043
0209,0002,0278
0479,1593
FISHER
0039,0047,0000
0104,0046
FUJI
0035,0033
FUJITSU
0000
FUNAI
0037,0000,0072
0278,1593
GARRARD
0000
GATEWAY
1972
GE
0060,0035,0048
0240,0000,0065
GEMINI
0060
GENEXXA
0037,0000,0278
GO VIDEO
0240,0432,0526
0614
GOLDSTAR
0035,0037,0039
0000,0278,0038
GOODMANS
0037,0081,0000
0072,0278
GRADIENTE
0000
GRANADA
0081,0042
GRUNDIG
0081
HARLEY DAVISON 0000
HARMAN/
0081,0038
KARDON
HARVARD
0072
HARWOOD
0072
HEADQUARTER 0046
HEWLETT
1972
PACKARD
HI-Q
0035,0047,0000
HITACHI
0035,0037,0045
0000,0042,0041
0065,0105
HOWARD
1972
COMPUTERS
HP
1972
HUGHES
0042,0739
NETWORK
SYSTEMS
HUMAX
0739,1797,1988
HUSH
1972
HYTEK
0047,0000,0072
IBUYPOWER
1972
INSTANT
REPLAY
ITT NOKIA
JANEIL
JENSEN
JVC
KEC
KENWOOD
0035
0240,0041
0240
0067,0041
0067,0041,1162
0037,0278
0067,0041,0038
0046
KLH
0072
KODAK
0035,0037
KTV
0000
LG
0037,0240,0038
1037
LINKSYS
1972
LLOYD’S
0240,0000,0072
0038
LOEWE
0081
LOGIK
0240,0000,0072
LUMATRON
0278
LUXOR
0046
LXI
0037,0000,0042
0067
M ELECTRONIC 0240
MAGNASONIC 0037,0240,0000
0072,0278
MAGNAVOX
0035,0037,0048
0039,0081,0240
0000,0563,0618
1593
MAGNIN
0240
MARANTZ
0035,0081,0038
MARTA
0037
MATSUI
0037,0209
MATSUSHITA
0035,0162,0081
1162
MEDIA CENTER 1972
PC
MEI
0035
MEMOREX
0035,0162,0037
0048,0039,0047
0240,0000,0104
0209,0072,0278
0046,0479,1037
1162
METZ
0037
MGA
0060,0240,0043
MGN
0240
TECHNOLOGY
MICROSOFT
1972
MIDLAND
0240
MIND
1972
MINOLTA
0042,0105
MITSUBISHI
0060,0048,0047
0000,0042,0067
0043,0041
MOTOROLA
0035,0048
MOVIE WALKER 0072
MTC
0240,0000,0072
MTX
0000
MULTITECH
0039,0000,0072
NAD
0240,0104
NEC
0104,0067,0041
0038
NEW TECH
0072
NIKKO
0037,0278
NIKKODO
0037,0278
NISHI
0240
NIVEUS MEDIA 1972
NOBLEX
0240
NORTHGATE
1972
OLYMPUS
0035,0162,0104
ONKYO
0222
OPTIMUS
1062,0035,0162
0037,0048,0047
0240,0000,0104
0432,1048,1162
ORION
0184,0240,0000
0104,0121,0209
0002,0278,0479
PANAMA
0035
PANASONIC
1062,0035,0162
0000,0225,0614
0616,1162
PENNEY
0035,0162,0037
0047,0081,0240
0000,0042,0067
0038
PENTAX
0042,0065,0105
PHILCO
0035,0081,0000
0209,0479
PHILIPS
0035,0162,0048
0081,0045,0000
0209,0616,0618
0739,1081,1181
PILOT
0037
PIONEER
0162,0081,0042
0067,1337
POLK AUDIO
0081
PORTLAND
0278
PRESIDIAN
1593
PROFITRONIC 0240
PROSCAN
0060
PROTEC
0000,0072
PROTECH
0072
PULSAR
0039,0240,0278
PULSER
0240
QUARTER
0046
QUARTZ
QUASAR
0035,0047,0046
0035,0162,0002
1162
RADIOSHACK
0035,0162,0037
0048,0047,0240
0000,0104,0046
1037,1162
RADIX
0037
RANDEX
0037
RCA
0060,0035,0048
0240,0045,0000
0042,0065,0105
0880
REALISTIC
0035,0162,0037
0048,0047,0240
0000,0104,0121
0278,0046,0065
1162
REPLAY TV
0614,0616
RICAVISION
1972
RUNCO
0039
SAMSUNG
0060,0240,0045
0000,0038,0432
0739
SAMTRON
0240
SANKY
0048,0039
SANSUI
0240,0000,0067
0209,0041,0072
0002,0479
SANYO
0047,0240,0000
0104,0046,0159
0479
SCOTT
0184,0045,0121
0043
SEARS
0060,0035,0162
0037,0048,0039
0047,0033,0045
0000,0042,0104
0067,0043,0209
0041,0072,0046
0065,0105
SHARP
0048,0047,0032
0000,0065,0848
SHINTOM
0039,0240,0000
0072
SHOGUN
0240
SIEMENS
0037,0104
SIGNATURE
0060,0035,0037
0048,0000,0046
0065,0479
SINGER
0037,0240,0072
SONIC BLUE
0614,0616
SONOGRAPHE 0046
SONY
0035,0047,0032
0033,0000,0067
0046,0636,1032
1972
SOUNDMASTER 0000
STACK 9
1972
STS
0042,0105
SV2000
0000,0072
SVA
0000
SYLVANIA
0035,0081,0000
0043,1593
SYMPHONIC
0240,0000,0002
1593
SYSTEMAX
1972
TAGAR SYSTEMS 1972
TANDY
0000,0104
TASHIKO
0037
TATUNG
0048,0081,0000
0067,0041
TEAC
0000,0067,0041
TECHNICS
0035,0162,0037
0000
TEKNIKA
0035,0037,0000
TELECORDER
0240
TELEFUNKEN
0041
TEVION
0479
THOMAS
0000,0002
THOMSON
0060,0041
TISONIC
0278
TIVO
0618,0636,0739
1337
TMK
0240,0000
TNIX
0037
TOCOM
0240
TOSHIBA
0240,0045,0000
0043,0209,0041
1008,1972,1988
TOSONIC
0278
TOTEVISION
0037,0240
TOUCH
1972
TRIX
0037
ULTRA
0045,0278
UNITECH
0240
VECTOR
0045
VECTOR
0184,0038
RESEARCH
VEXTRA
0072
VICTOR
0067,0041
VIDEO
0045
CONCEPTS
VIDEOMAGIC
0037
VIDEOSONIC
0240,0000,0072
VIEWSONIC
1972
VILLAIN
0000
VOODOO
1972
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
WARDS
0060,0035,0037
0048,0047,0081
0033,0240,0045
0000,0042,0043
0041,0072,0038
0479,0065,0046
WHITE
0000,0209,0072
WESTINGHOUSE 0278,0479
WORLD
0209,0002,0479
XR-100
0035,0240,0000
0072
YAMAHA
0041,0038
ZENITH
0037,0039,0033
0000,0209,0041
0278,0479,1139
ZT GROUP
1972
PVR Brand
ABS
ALIENWARE
CYBERPOWER
DELL
DIRECTV
GATEWAY
GO VIDEO
HEWLETT
PACKARD
HOWARD
COMPUTERS
HP
HUGHES
NETWORK
SYSTEMS
HUMAX
HUSH
IBUYPOWER
LINKSYS
MEDIA CENTER
PC
MICROSOFT
MIND
NIVEUS MEDIA
NORTHGATE
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
RCA
CODES
1972
1972
1972
1972
0739
1972
0614
1972
REPLAY TV
SAMSUNG
SONIC BLUE
SONY
STACK 9
SYSTEMAX
TAGAR
SYSTEMS
TIVO
0614,0616
0739
0614,0616
0636,1972
1972
1972
1972
TOSHIBA
TOUCH
VIEWSONIC
VOODOO
ZT GROUP
1972
1972
0739
0739,1797,1988
1972
192
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
0614,0616
0618,0739
1337
0880
0618,0636,0739
1337
1008,1972,1988
1972
1972
1972
1972
DBS/PVR
COMBO
DIRECTV
HUGHES
NETWORK
SYSTEMS
PHILIPS
SAMSUNG
TIVO
CODES
DVD/PVR
COMBO
HUMAX
PIONEER
RCA
SYLVANIA
TIVO
TOSHIBA
CODES
DVD Brand
3D LAB
ACCURIAN
ACOUSTIC
SOLUTIONS
ADCOM
AFREEY
AIWA
AKAI
CODES
0503,0539
0675,1416
0730
ALBA
ALCO
ALLEGRO
0739
0739
0739
0739
0739
1797,1988
1337
0880
0000
1337
1008,1988
1094
0698
0641
0695,0705,0770
1089
0672
0790
0869
AMPHION
0872
MEDIA WORKS
AMW
0872
APEX DIGITAL 0533,0672,1020
1056,1061
ARRGO
1023
ASPIRE
1168
DIGITAL
AUDIOVOX
0790
AWA
0730
B&K
0655,0662
BBK
1224
BEL CANTO
1571
DESIGN
BLUE PARADE 0571
BLUE SKY
0695
BROKSONIC
0695
CALIFORNIA
0490
AUDIO LABS
CELESTIAL
1020
CENTREX
0672
CINEA
0831
CINEVISION
0876,0833,0869
CITIZEN
1003,0695,1277
1587,2116
CLAIRTONE
0571
COBY
0778,0852,1077
1086,1107,1165
1177,1351
CRAIG
0831
CREATIVE
0503,0539
CURTIS
1087
MATHES
CYBERHOME 0816,0874,1023
1024,1129,1502
1537
CYTRON
0705
DAEWOO
0784,0705,0770
0833,0869,1169
1172,1234,1242
DANSAI
0770
DAYTEK
0872
DECCA
0770
DENON
0490,0634
DENVER
0778
DIGITREX
0672
DISNEY
0675,1270
DI VIDO
0705
DUAL
0675
DURABRAND 1127
DVD2000
0521
EMERSON
1003,2116
ENTERPRISE 0591,0675
ENTIVO
0503,0539
ENZER
0770
FISHER
1919
FUNAI
0675
GATEWAY
1073,1077,1158
GE
0522,0815
GO VIDEO
0573,0744,0715
0741,0783,0833
0869,1044,1075
1099,1144,1158
1304,1730
GOLDSTAR
0741,0869
GOODMANS
0790
GPX
0769
GRADIENTE
0490
GRUNDIG
0539,0705
HARMAN/
0582,0702
KARDON
HELLO KITTY 0831
HITACHI
0573,0664,1919
HITEKER
0672
INSIGNIA
2095
INTEGRA
0571,0627
IRT
0783
JBL
0702
JMB
0695
JSI
1423
JVC
0558,0623,0867
1164
JWIN
1049,1051
KAWASAKI
0790
KENWOOD
0490,0534
KLH
0790,1020,1149
KLOSS
0533
KONKA
0711,0721
KOSS
0769,1061,1423
LASONIC
0627
LECSON
1533
LENOXX
1127
LG
0591,0741,0869
LITEON
1058,1158,1416
1440
0741
0783
0675
0503,0539,0646
0675,1354,1506
MALATA
1159
MARANTZ
0503,0539,0646
0675,1354,1506
MCINTOSH
1533,1273
MEMOREX
0695,0831,1270
2213
MICROSOFT
0522,2083
MINATO
0752
MITSUBISHI
1521,0521
MUSTEK
0730
MYRAD
0894
NAD
0741
NAIKO
0770
NEC
0785,0869
NEXXTECH
1402
NINTAUS
1051
NORCENT
1003,0872,1107
1265
ONKYO
0503,0627,1769
OPPO
0575,1224,1525
2185
OPTIMUS
0571
PALSONIC
0672,0852
PANASONIC
0503,0490,0571
0703,1641,1762
PHILCO
0675
PHILIPS
0503,0539,0646
0675,1267,1340
1354,2056,2084
PIANODISC
1024
PIONEER
0525,0571,0142
0631,1571
POLAROID
1020,1061,1086
POLK AUDIO
0539
PORTLAND
0770
PRESIDIAN
0675
PRIMA
2126,2127
PROCEED
0672
PROSCAN
0522
PROVISION
0778
RADIONETTE
0741
RADIOSHACK
0571
RCA
0522,0571,0790
0822,1769
REALISTIC
0571
REOC
0752
RIO
0869
RJTECH
1360
ROTEL
0623,1178
SAMPO
0698,0752
SAMSUNG
0490,0573,0744
0199,0820,1044
1075,2069
SANSUI
0695
SANYO
0675,0695,0873
1919
SCHNEIDER
0783
SCHWAIGER
0752
SENSORY SCIENCE 1158
SHARP
0630,0675,0752
1256
SHERWOOD
0633,0770,1043
1077
SHINSONIC
0533
SLIM ART
0784
SM ELECTRONIC
0730
SONIC BLUE
0573,0715,0783
0869,1099
SONY
0533,1533,0864
1033,1070,1431
1516,1536
SYLVANIA
0675
SYMPHONIC
0675
TAG MCLAREN
0894
TATUNG
0770
TEAC
0571,0790
0490,0703
TECHNICS
0770
TECHNIKA
0730
TECHSONIC
0571
THETA DIGITAL
0522
THOMSON
1503
TIVO
0503,0573,0539
TOSHIBA
0695,1154,1503
1608,1769
0800,0803
TREDEX
0770
UNIMAX
0730
UNITED
0591
UNIVERSUM
URBAN CONCEPTS 0503,0539
1064,1226
V
0790
VENTURER
1064,1226
VIZIO
LOEWE
LOGIX
MAGNASONIC
MAGNAVOX
ZEUS
ZOECE
1360
0522,2083
0490,0539,0545
0497
0872
0503,0591,0741
0869
0784
1265
BLU-RAY DISC
LG
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
SAMSUNG
SONY
CODES
0741
1641
2084
0142
0199
1516
DVD/PVR
COMBO
GO VIDEO
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
RCA
SHARP
SONY
SYLVANIA
TOSHIBA
CODES
HD-DVD
LG
MICROSOFT
ONKYO
RCA
TOSHIBA
XBOX
CODES
0741
2083
1769
1769
1769
2083
VOCOPRO
XBOX
YAMAHA
YAMAKAWA
ZENITH
1730
0490
1340
0631
0522
1256
1033,1070,1536
0675
1503
AUDIO
CODES
RECEIVER Brand
AIWA
1405,0189,0121
1243,1388,1641
ALCO
1390
ANAM
1609
APEX DIGITAL
1774
ARCAM
1189
AUDIOTRONIC
1189
AUDIOVOX
1390
B&K
0820,0840
BOSE
0639,1253,1933
BRIX
1602
CAIRN
0189
CARVER
1189,0189,0121
CURTIS MATHES 0014
DELPHI
1414
DENON
1360,0121,1142
1306
ELECTROHOME 2026
GRUNDIG
0189
HARMAN/
0189,0891,1304
KARDON
1306
HITACHI
0228
INSIGNIA
1030,2169
INTEGRA
0842,1298,1320
1805
JBL
1306
JVC
1058,1374,1495
1811
KAWASAKI
1390
KENWOOD
1570,1569
KLH
1390,1428
KOSS
1497
LG
2197
LINN
0189
LIQUID VIDEO
1497
MAGNAVOX
1189,1269,0189
1266,1514
MARANTZ
1189,1269,0189
0891
MICROMEGA
1189,0189
MITSUBISHI
1393
MYRAD
1189
NAKAMICHI
0097,1555
ONKYO
0842,1298,1320
1805
OPTIMUS
1023,0014,0121
0670
ORITRON
1497
PANASONIC
1308,1518,1288
1316,1548,1633
1763,1764,2967
PHILIPS
1189,1269,0189
0891,1266
PIONEER
1023,0014,0630
1384,1935
POLK AUDIO
0189,1414
RADIO SHACK
1609
ENGLISH
Remote Control Codes
RCA
REALISTIC
REVOX
SAMSUNG
SANGEAN
SANSUI
SHERWOOD
SIRIUS
SONY
1023,1609,1390
1609,0121
0189
1304,1500,1868
2165
1189,0189
1913
1602,1811
1058,1441,1258
1759,1622,1406
1558,1658,1758
1858
SOUNDESIGN
0670
STEREOPHONICS 1023
TEAC
1390
TECHNICS
1308,1518,1633
THORENS
1189
TOSHIBA
0842,1788
VENTURER
1390
WARDS
0189,0014
XM
1406,1414
YAMAHA
1023,0176,1176
1276,1331,1815
2061
AUDIO
AMPLIFIER Brand
ADCOM
BOSE
CARVER
CARY AUDIO
DESIGN
CLASSE
FLEXTRONICS
HALCRO
HARMAN/
KARDON
KRELL
LEFT COAST
LEXICON
MARANTZ
MARK LEVINSON
PARASOUND
PHILIPS
POLK AUDIO
PRIMARE
YAMAHA
TELEVISION
HITACHI
CODES
0577,1100
0674
0892
1879
1461
1879
1934
0892
1837
0892
1145,1802
0892
1483
1934
0892
0892
1395
0354
CODES
1445,1643,2143
2243
32
SETUP OPERATION
How to Use the On-Screen Display (OSD) System
You can use the On-Screen Display system to access the various kinds of the features and functions.
Menu button
Basic Operation
◄►
1. Press the
button on the remote control or the Menu button on the
control panel of the unit. The Main Menu is displayed on the screen as
shown on the right.
2. To select the item, press the
button.
The selected item will be highlighted in Yellow.
Picture
Audio
Function
Setup
Language
AV Center
Select OK Set
4. Use the
◄►
3. Press the OK button to set your selection.
The selected menu page will be displayed on the screen.
Press the
5. Use the
OK
◄►
Press the
button to choose the item on the menu page.
button to set your selection.
button to adjust the item values or choose options.
OK
button to set your selection.
6. To exit from the menu, press the
or the
<Main Menu>
Audio/Video
Channel Manager
Locks
Timers
button.
Setup
Move
NOTE
The OSD menu screen will be closed automatically when no operation has
been made for about one minute.
If the item on the menu is shown in gray, it means that it cannot be selected
OK
Select
<A/V Center Menu>
or adjusted.
In order to appear A/V Center menu on Main Menu, A/V Center Control need
to be activated on Function/HDMI Control menu(default condition).
UT Monitor
Menu button
Select Language
Select the language from the list so that the OSD menu can be displayed in the selected language.
The default setting is English (US).
How to set Language
2. Select your preferred language from the list using the
The selected item will be highlighted in Yellow.
◄►
1. Enter the “Language” menu from the Main Menu.
button.
Language
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬English
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬English (US)
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬Français
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬Español
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬Deutsch
‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬ᣣᧄ⺆
‫ޓޓޓޓޓޓ‬૕ਛᢥ
‫❥ޓޓޓޓޓ‬㜚ਛᢥ ‫ޓޓޓޓޓ‬
Select
OK Set
Return
3. Press the
button to set your selection.
The mark on the left turns into a double circle when the selection is fixed.
OK
4. Press the
NOTE
button to exit from the entire OSD menu.
When the Language is set on Main Menu the A/V Center menu automatically set to that language, please note
that English, Spanish and French are supported by A/V Center.
33
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
Menu
Picture
(A/V Center/Monitor
Side Composite)
Picture(RGB)
Audio
Select between 3 picture modes according to the lighting condition.
35
Contrast
Adjust to increase or decrease the picture contrast.
35
Brightness
Adjust to brighten or darken the picture.
35
Color
Adjust to increase or decrease the color density.
35
Sharpness
Adjust to sharpen or soften the picture.
35
Tint
Adjust to obtain natural skin color.
35
Color Temperature
Select between 3 settings according to your preferred color tone.
35
Back Light
Adjust to increase or decrease the brightness of back light on LCD panel.
35
Reset
Reset each item on the menu screen to the factory setting.
35
Contrast Mode
Select between 3 contrast modes to suit your preference.
36
3D Color Management
Adjust the suitable tint, color density, and brightness on image.
36
Black Enhancement
Adjust the black level compensation.
36
DNR
Reduce noise for picture signal.
37
MPEG NR
Reduce mosquito noise in the picture.
37
Film Mode
Adjust to make the moving image smooth.
38
3D Comb Filter
Reduce the color blurring to reproduce purer color.
36
Reset
Reset each item on the menu screen to the factory setting.
36
Color Temp. Adjust
Set specific adjustment in each of 3 color temperature modes.
36
Motion Sharpness
Set to On to reproduce clearly the image with fast movement
36
Contrast
Adjust to increase or decrease the picture contast.
40
Brightness
Adjust to brighten or darken the picture.
40
Color
Adjust to increase or decrease the color density.
40
Tint
Adjust to obtain natural skin color.
40
Color Temperature
Select between 3 settings according to your preferred color tone.
40
Color Temp. Adjust
Set specific adjustment in each of 3 color temperature modes.
40
Back Light
Adjust to increase or decrease the brightness of back light on LCD panel.
40
Reset
Reset each item on the menu screen to the factory setting.
40
Treble
Adjust to increase or decrease the level of treble. (-15~+15)
-
Bass
Adjust to increase or decrease the level of bass. (-15~+15)
-
Balance
Adjust the balance of sound from the bottom right and left speakers. (-10~+10)
-
Surround
Select surround-sound. (Off/On)
-
Bass Boost
Enhance bass sounds. (Off/On)
-
Clear Voice
Select clearer and more realistic sounds. (Off/On)
-
Perfect Volume
Adjust sound volume appropriately. (Off/On)
-
Speakers
Select if using internal speakers. (Off/On)
-
Reset
Reset each item on the menu screen to the factory setting.
-
System
This function is not available.
-
Auto Input Change
Function
HDMI Control
System Standby
AV Center Control
Setup
(A/V Center/Monitor
Side Composite)
Setup(RGB)
-
Selecting On will activate AV Center OSD interface.
33
Video Power Save
Save power consumption when no signal can be input in HDMI/Composite input mode.
44
RGB Input
Select the effective signal.
39
Color System
This function is not available.
Auto Adjust
Adjust Horizontal Position, Vertical Position, Horizontal Clock, and Clock Phase
automatically.
41
Horizontal Position
Adjust the display position horizontally.
41
Vertical Position
Adjust the display position vertically.
41
Horizontal Clock
Minimize the vertical stripes on the screen.
41
Clock Phase
Minimize the blurring of the letters and stripes on horizontal row.
41
Reset
Reset each item on the menu screen to the factory setting.
41
Frequency Display
Set On for PC signal frequency information to be displayed on the Input Signal Screen
Display.
41
WXGA Mode
Select the resolution when WXGA signal is received.
41
RGB Input
Select the effective signal.
41
-
For A/V Center OSD description please refer to A/V Center Instruction Book(Included)
Language
-
33
AV Center(if activated)
NOTE
Page
Picture Mode
In response to the connected equipment such as DVD(in case the A/V Center is not
connected) through HDMI cable, the monitor is automatically turned On and switched
to HDMI input.
In response to the monitor, the connected equipment such as DVD (in case A/V Center
is not connected) through HDMI cable is automatically turned Off (standby mode).
ENGLISH
Main Menu List
The picture settings can be stored for each of inputs except “Picture Mode”.
34
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
Watching Images from A/V Center/Monitor Composite Input
1. Connect to external equipment. (See
2. Press the
Press the
3. Press the
20
and
23
for details.)
button to switch to A/V Center mode.
button to switch to Composite mode(Monitor side).
button.
Setting Picture Adjustment
You can adjust the display condition such as color settings.
Select "Picture" from Menu list.
Picture
Picture Mode
Dynamic
Contrast
+31
Brightness
–31
Color
0
Sharpness
+15
Tint
0
Color Temperature
Normal
+20
Back Light
Reset
Reset
Select OK Set
Return
Picture
Normal
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Reset
Select
Return
Selected Items
Natural
Cinema
Select
OK Set
Dynamic
On
Return
You can make the best selection from 3 modes depending
on the lighting condition and intended use.
Dynamic: Suitable for brighter conditions.
Natural : Suitable for normal lighting conditions.
Cinema : Suitable for watching movies.
-31~+31
(+32~+40)
This adjusts the contrast to meet the surrounding
brightness by using the ◄► button.
The
maximum value is extended up to [+40] by pressing
the
button for more than 2 seconds at [+31]. The
value between [+32] ~ [+40] appears in magenta. This is
the special feature for dark images, so it is recommended
to set the value less than [+31] under normal conditions.
Brightness
-31~+31
Adjust brightness according to personal preference by
using the ◄► button.
Color
-31~+31
Adjust color according to personal preference by using the
◄► button.
Sharpness
-15~+15
Preferred sharpness can be adjusted by pressing the
button for softer image or the
button for sharper image.
Tint
-31~+31
Pressing the
button enhances red and weakens green,
while pressing the
button weakens red and enhances
green. The setup hint is to adjust for realistic skin color.
Contrast
Cool
Color Temperature
Normal
Warm
Back Light
Reset
35
OK Set
Picture
Color Temp. Adjust
Motion Sharpness
Setup hint
Dynamic
Picture Mode
Dynamic
Contrast Mode
3D Color Management
Black Enhancement
DNR
MPEG NR
Film Mode
3D Comb Filter
Reset
-20~+20
You can select from 3 settings depending on the color
condition using the ◄► button.
Adjust the brightness of the Back Light for maximum
visibility.
Each item on this menu screen can be restored to the
factory settings by pressing the OK button.
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
ENGLISH
Watching Images from A/V Center/Monitor Composite Input
Setting Picture Adjustment (continued)
Selected Items
Setup hint
Dynamic
Contrast Mode
Normal
Linear
Off
3D Color Management
On
It allows you to choose from 3 modes.
Dynamic: Sharpen the gradation to improve the contrast feeling.
Normal : I mprove the contrast feeling to reproduce a faithful
gradation.
Linear : Reproduce as faithful gradation as possible.
On : It automatically adjusts the suitable tint, color density, and
brightness on images.
Off : Set it off if the image does not look natural.
Off
Low
Black Enhancement
Middle
Adjusts the black level compensation.
High
Off
Low
3D Comb Filter
Middle
High
This function is available only if D-sub 15 pin - composite cable is
used on Monitor.
This reduces the dot and color blurring in minute scales so that it
can reproduce purer color.
This is available only when receiving NTSC3.58 composite signal.
Each item on this menu screen can be restored to the factory
settings by pressing the OK button.
Reset
Amplitude
Red
Green
Blue
On
Cut Off
Color Temp. Adjust
Red
Green
Blue
Reset
Reset (Available when On): Select to restore amplitude and Cut
Off adjustments to default settings by pressing the OK button.
Off: Remains as default setting.
Off
Motion Sharpness
On: When you want to set specific adjustments in each of the 3
Color Temperature modes. You can adjust on the Amplitude
and Cut Off. The settings reflect on the Color Temperature.
Amplitude: Subdue the colors (Red/Green/Blue) on the
brighter parts (-63~0).
Cut Off : Subdue the colors (Red/Green/Blue) on the darker
parts (-31~+31).
Off
On
On : S
et to On to reproduce clearly the image with fast movement
Off : S
et it off if the image does not look natural or flicker appears.
36
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
Watching Images from A/V Center/Monitor Composite Input
Picture
Reducing Noise
You can reduce the unwanted picture noise.
Select "Picture" from the Menu list.
Selected Items
Dynamic
Contrast Mode
3D Color Management
Black Enhancement
DNR
MPEG NR
Film Mode
3D Comb Filter
Reset
Normal
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Reset
Select
Return
OK Set
Setup hint
Off
DNR
Low
Middle
This is a noise reduction system for picture signals.
High
Off
MPEG NR
Low
High
37
This is a noise reduction system for MPEG picture signals.
(e.g. against mosquito noise and block noise.)
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
Picture
Making the Moving Image Smooth
Using this function helps to make the moving image smooth.
Select "Picture" from the Menu list.
Selected Items
Normal
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Reset
Select
Return
Setup hint
Off
Film Mode
On
NOTE
Dynamic
Contrast Mode
3D Color Management
Black Enhancement
DNR
MPEG NR
Film Mode
3D Comb Filter
Reset
OK Set
ENGLISH
Watching Images from A/V Center/Monitor Composite Input
On: Automatically identifies if it is a movie and faithfully
reproduces the original film images.
Off: Set to Off if the image does not look natural.
This is available only when receiving NTSC, 480i or 1080i
input signals.
About "Film Mode"
The image might not look natural depending on the image contents.
Phenomena such as
q When switched to the subtitles of a film or images, the image displays fine horizontal streak lines.
w When switched to scenes such as commercial and animation, the image displays fine horizontal streak lines.
e When displaying a ticker or subtitle, the text on the image becomes rough (aliasing).
r When watching the image in Composite mode, which is connected to any external equipment, the OSD of
external equipment displays fine horizontal streak lines.
These phenomena occur due to the method of converting the image. Please note that this is not a malfunction. In
the event that this is disturbing, please set to Off.
In addition, the effect of this menu might vary depending on the aspect setting (See 42 ).
Also, this might be ineffective depending on the scene of the image.
38
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
Watching Images from A/V Center/Monitor Composite Input
Advanced Setting
Setup
Video Power Save
Off
RGB Input
Composite
Color System
Auto
VCXXX-XXX XX-X
Select "Setup" from the Menu list.
Select
Selected Items
Video Power Save
On/Off
Return
Setup hint
Off
On
See
44
for details.
RGB
RGB Input
Select the effective signal.
Composite
Color System
NOTE
This function is not available.
Watching through the optional D-sub 15 pin - composite cable
Your UT Monitor is capable to receive composite video, you can watch images from your external equipments
through the optional D-sub 15 pin - composite cable, but A/V Center provides more practical terminals.
1. Connect to your external equipment with the optional D-sub 15 pin - composite cable. (See
2. Switch to RGB input by pressing the
3. Press the
23 .)
button.
button and select “Setup” from the menu list.
4. Then you can select “Composite” in “RGB Input”.
NOTE
Checking Software Version
The Software Version is displayed on Setup(A/V Center/Monitor Composite) menu.
Software Version
Setup
Video Power Save
Off
RGB Input
Composite
Color System
Auto
VCXXX-XXX XX-X
Select
39
On/Off
Return
SETUP OPERATION (continued)
1. Connect to the PC. (See
22
ENGLISH
Viewing Images from a PC
for details of connection to PCs.)
2. Switch to RGB input by pressing the
button.
3. If necessary select "RGB" option under "Setup/RGB Input" menu.
4. Press the
button.
Setting Picture Adjustment
You can adjust the display condition such as position adjustment and color settings.
q Picture Menu
Select “Picture” from the Menu list.
Select
Selected Items
+31
–31
0
+31
Normal
+20
Reset
OK Set
Return
Setup hint
-31~+31
(+32~+40)
Contrast
Picture
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Tint
Color Temperature
Color Temp. Adjust
Back Light
Reset
This adjusts the contrast to meet the surrounding
brightness using the ◄► button.
The
maximum value is extended up to [+40] by pressing
the
button for more than 2 seconds at [+31]. Values
between [+32] ~ [+40] appear in magenta. This is the
special feature for dark images, so it is recommended to
set the value less than [+31] under normal conditions.
Brightness
-31~+31
Adjust the brightness according to personal preference
using the ◄► button.
Color
-31~+31
Adjust the color according to personal preference using the
◄► button.
Tint
-31~+31
Pressing the
button enhances red and weakens green,
while pressing the
button weakens red and enhances
green. These adjustments are for realistic skin color.
Cool
Color Temperature
Normal
You can select from 3 settings with the
◄►
button.
Warm
On
Color Temp. Adjust
Amplitude
Red
Green
Blue
Cut Off
Red
Green
Blue
Reset
Off
Back Light
Reset
On: When you want to set specific adjustments in each
of the 3 color temperature modes. You can adjust the
Amplitude and Cut Off. The settings reflect on the
Color Temperature.
Amplitude: Subdues the colors (Red, Green, Blue) on
the brighter parts (-63~0).
Cut Off : Subdues the colors (Red, Green, Blue) on
the darker parts (-31~+31).
Reset (Available when On): Select to restore amplitude and
Cut Off adjustments to default settings by pressing the OK
button.
Off: Remains as default setting.
-20~+20
Adjusts the brightness of Back Light for maximum visibility.
Each item in the Picture Menu can be restored to the
factory setting by pressing the OK button.
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SETUP
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