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JVC TM-H1950CG User's Manual
COLOR VIDEO MONITOR
FRANÇAIS
INSTRUCTIONS
DEUTSCH
TM-H1950CG
TM-H1750CG
ENGLISH
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG : FARB-VIDEO-MONITOR
MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS : MONITEUR VIDÉO COULEUR
MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI : MONITOR VIDEO A COLORI
INSTRUCCIONES : MONITOR DE VIDEO A COLOR
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ITALIANO
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the rear of the cabinet.
Retain this information for future reference.
Pour l’usage du client:
Enter ci-dessous le numéro de série qui est situé sur l’arrière du coffret.
Conserver cette information pour une référence ultérieure.
Model No. :
Numéro de modèle :
ESPAÑOL
Serial No. :
Numéro de série :
PHASE
VOLUME/SELECT
MENU
UNDER
SCAN
BRIGHT
COLOR
OFF
BLUE
CHECK
ASPECT
A
B
C
SLOT
D
POWER
INPUT SELECT
CHROMA CONTRAST
TM-H1950CG
(TM-H1950CG shown)
(Gezeigtes Modell ist TM-H1950CG)
(TM-H1950CG montré)
(Modello TM-H1950CG)
(Muestra de TM-H1950CG)
(qjJeNVRM`d )
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INSTRUCTIONS
TM-H1950CG
TM-H1750CG
Thank you for purchasing this JVC color video monitor. Before using it, read and follow all
instructions carefully to take full advantage of the monitor’s capabilities.
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ENGLISH
COLOR VIDEO MONITOR
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
In order to prevent any fatal accidents caused by misoperation
or mishandling the monitor, be fully aware of all the following
precautions.
WARNINGS
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this
monitor to rain or moisture. Dangerous high voltages
are present inside the unit. Do not remove the back
cover of the cabinet. When servicing the monitor,
consult qualified service personnel. Never try to service
it yourself.
WARNING : THIS APPARATUS MUST
BE EARTHED.
Machine Noise Information Ordinance 3. GSGV,
January 18, 1991: The sound pressure level at the
operator position is equal or less than 70 dB(A)
according to ISO 7779.
Improper operations, in particular alternation of high
voltage or changing the type of tube may result in x-ray
emission of considerable dose. A unit altered in such a
way no longer meets the standards of certification, and
must therefore no longer be operated.
This monitor is equipped with a 3-blade grounding-type
plug to satisfy FCC rule. If you are unable to insert the
plug into the outlet, contact your electrician.
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A. only)
CAUTION: Changes or modification not approved by
JVC could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Notice (U.S.A. only)
This product utilizes both a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) and
other components that contain lead. Disposal of these
materials may be regulated in your community due to
environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling
information please contact your local authorities, or the
Electronics Industries Alliance: <http://www.eiae.org.>
PRECAUTIONS
● Use only the power source specified on the unit.
(120 V AC/230 V AC, 50 Hz/60Hz)
● When not using this unit for a long period of time, or when
cleaning it, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the
AC outlet.
● Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. And do not
place this unit where people will tread on the cord. Do not
overload wall outlets or power cords as this can result in a
fire or electric shock.
● Avoid using this unit under the following conditions:
– in extremely hot, cold or humid places,
– in dusty places,
– near appliances generating strong magnetic fields,
– in places subject to direct sunlight,
– in badly ventilated places,
– in automobiles with doors closed.
● Do not cover the ventilation slots while in operation as this
could obstruct the required ventilation flow.
● When dust accumulates on the screen surface, clean it with
a soft cloth.
● Unplug this unit from the AC outlet and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
– when the power cord is frayed or the plug is damaged,
– if liquid has been spilled into the unit,
– if the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged,
– when the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance.
● Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or
other hazards. Always refer servicing to qualified service
personnel.
● When replacement parts are required, have the service
personnel verify in writing that the replacement parts he/she
uses have the same safety characteristics as the original
parts. Use of manufacture’s specified replacement parts
can prevent fire, shock, or other hazards.
● Upon completion of any servicing or repair work to this unit,
please ask the service personnel to perform the safety
check described in the manufacturer’s service literature.
● When this unit reaches the end of its useful life, improper
disposal could result in a picture tube implosion. Ask
qualified service personnel to dispose of this unit.
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POWER CONNECTION
The power supply voltage rating of this product is AC 120 V (For U.S.A. and Canada only) and AC 230 V (For European countries
or United Kingdom), the power cord attached conforms to the following power supply voltage and countries. Use only the power
cord designated to ensure Safety and EMC regulations of each countries.
Power cord
Power supply voltage : AC 120 V
Countries
: U.S.A. and Canada
AC 230 V
European countries
AC 230 V
United Kingdom
Warning:
● Do not use the same Power Cord for AC 120 V as for AC 230 V. Doing so may cause malfunction, electric shock
or fire.
Note for the United Kingdom power cord only
The plug on the United Kingdom power cord has a built-in fuse. When replacing the fuse, be sure to use only a correctly rated
approved type, re-fit the fuse cover.
(Consult your dealer or qualified service personnel.)
How to replace the fuse
Open the fuse compartment with the blade screw driver, and
replace the fuse.
(* An example is shown in the illustration.)
Fuse
● It is not recommended to keep a certain still image displayed on screen for a long time as well as displaying extremely bright
images on screen. This may cause a burning (sticking) phenomenon on the screen of cathode-ray tube. This problem does
not occur as far as displaying normal video playback motion images.
Supplementary Explanation
= Information for monitor operation =
This monitor uses a high precision CRT (cathode ray tube). Please follow the procedures below.
* For stable operation of the CRT, approximately 30 minutes running time is required from the time the power is turned on.
* When the monitor is installed, it can be easily affected by surrounding magnetic fields, which can generate irregular color
on the screen. When it is difficult to eradicate, degauss from outside using a degausser, etc.
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SCREEN BURN
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................. 2
CONTROLS AND FEATURES ......................................................................... 4
CONTROLS AND FEATURES (INPUT CARD: OPTIONAL) ........................... 7
PREPARATION................................................................................................. 8
INSTALLING THE INPUT CARD .............................................................. 8
ATTACHING THE POWER CORD HOLDER ............................................ 9
HOW TO HANDLE BASIC OPERATIONS ..................................................... 10
HOW TO USE THE MENU FUNCTIONS........................................................ 12
HOW TO INITIALIZE THE SETTING .............................................................. 15
BASIC CONNECTION EXAMPLE.................................................................. 16
HOW TO USE EXTERNAL CONTROL .......................................................... 18
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................... 19
SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................... 20
APPENDIX ...................................................................................................... 22
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
FRONT VIEW
<Front Panel>
1
CHROMA CONTRAST
VOLUME/SELECT
MENU
UNDER
SCAN
COLOR
OFF
BLUE
CHECK
ASPECT
A
C SLOT D
B
POWER
15
CHROMA CONTRAST
TM-H1950CG
PHASE
VOLUME/SELECT
MENU
UNDER
SCAN
COLOR
OFF
BLUE
CHECK
ASPECT
BRIGHT
A
B
C
SLOT
D
PHASE
BRIGHT
2
3
POWER
INPUT SELECT
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11
12
13 14
INPUT SELECT
(Front view of TM-H1950CG shown)
1 Tally lamp
8 Blue Check button [BLUE CHECK]
Lights when the tally control signal is ON. The tally control
signal is input through the REMOTE (external control)
remote terminal. For details, refer to Page 18.
2 Chroma/Phase button
PHASE]
[ CHROMA/
Press this button to activate the picture color density
adjustment mode or picture hue adjustment mode. Each
time you press the button, the adjustment item changes.
Picture color density f Picture hue
Adjust the value with the VOLUME/SELECT buttons 4.
Also used as a control button in the menu function mode.
3 Contrast/Brightness button
]
[CONTRAST / BRIGHT
Press this button to activate the picture contrast adjustment
mode or picture brightness adjustment mode. Each time
you press the button, the adjustment item changes.
Picture contrast f Picture brightness
Adjust the value with the VOLUME/SELECT buttons 4.
Also used as a control button in the menu function mode.
4 Volume/Select buttons
+]
[VOLUME/SELECT –
Adjusts the speaker volume. Also used as a control
button in the menu function mode.
5 Menu button [MENU]
Displays and disappears the <MENU> screen.
Pressing the CHROMA/PHASE button 2 with the Menu
button depressed will display the <SET-UP MENU>
screen.
6 Under Scan button [UNDER SCAN]
Reduces the screen size to display the entire image.
Press the button again to cancel Under Scan.
When selected, the Under Scan button lights.
7 Color Off button [COLOR OFF]
Cuts color signals to display a black and white image.
Press the button again to restore the original color.
When selected, the COLOR OFF button lights.
Note:
● This function is invalid with RGB input.
Cuts red and green signal components. Only blue signal
components are shown. Press the button again to
restore the normal image.
When selected, this button lights.
9 Aspect button [ASPECT]
Press this button to change the aspect ratio from 4:3 to
16:9.
10 Input A (VIDEO) button [INPUT SELECT A]
Selects the video and audio signals input to the VIDEO A
* and AUDIO A q terminals on the rear panel. The
button lights when selected.
11 Input B (VIDEO Y/C) button [INPUT SELECT B]
Selects the video and audio signals input to the VIDEO B
( or VIDEO B (Y/C) ) and AUDIO B w terminals on
the rear panel. The button lights when selected.
Note:
● The VIDEO B terminals include a video terminal (BNC
connector) and a Y/C terminal (mini-DIN 4-pin connector).
The Y/C (S-video) terminal has priority.
12 Input C/D (Slot) buttons [INPUT SELECT C/D
(SLOT)]
Selects the signals to be input via the input cards installed
in the rear panel card slots.
C, D: Selects the image from the input card in the slot.
For details on input connectors and using the INPUT
SELECT button, refer to page 7.
13 Power indicator
Unlit
: The main power is OFF.
Orange : The main power is ON, but the monitor’s power
is OFF (in the stand-by mode).
Green : The main power is ON, and the monitor’s power
is ON (in the normal operation mode).
14 Power switch [POWER
]
Press the power switch to turn the monitor’s power ON or
OFF when the main power is ON.
Note:
● When RUSH DELAY is set to SLOW, it takes about
three seconds before power is actually supplied after
the power switch is pressed.
15 Speaker
A built-in speaker is located inside the right side panel
when the monitor is viewed from the front.
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REAR VIEW
<Rear Panel>
VIDEO A
IN
OUT
16
SLOT
18
REMOTE
17
VIDEO B
19
IN
OUT
VIDEO A
IN
OUT
VIDEO B
IN
IN
IN
20
Y/C
OUT
Y/C
OUT
AUDIO A
IN
OUT
AUDIO B
IN
OUT
OUT
AUDIO A
(Rear view of TM-H1950CG shown)
21
OUT
AUDIO B
22
IN
20 Video B (Y/C) terminals [VIDEO B Y/C IN/OUT]
OUT
16 Input card slot (SLOT)
Optional input cards can be installed in this slot. Input
cards are not provided when you purchase this monitor.
17 REMOTE (external control) terminal
Connect this terminal to an external control unit to enable
remote operation of the monitor.
Refer to the HOW TO USE EXTERNAL CONTROL on
page 18 for more details.
18 Video A terminals [VIDEO A IN/OUT]
Video signal input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals.
The output terminal is bridge-connected.
(The input signal is automatically terminated if a cable is
not connected to the OUT terminal.)
IN
: Video signal input terminal
OUT : Bridge-connected video signal output terminal
Notes:
* For corresponding audio signals, use the AUDIO A
terminals q.
* Also refer to BASIC CONNECTION EXAMPLE
on page 16.
19 Video B terminals [VIDEO B IN/OUT]
Video signal input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals.
The output terminal is bridge-connected.
(The input signal is automatically terminated if a cable is
not connected to the OUT terminal.)
IN
: Video signal input terminal
OUT : Bridge-connected video signal output terminal
Notes:
* For corresponding audio signals, use the AUDIO B
terminals w.
* Also refer to BASIC CONNECTION EXAMPLE on
page 16.
Y/C (S-video) signal input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals.
The output terminal is bridge-connected.
(The input signal is automatically terminated if a cable is
not connected to the OUT terminal.)
IN
: Y/C-separated (S-video) video signal input
terminal
OUT : Bridge-connected Y/C-separated (S-video) signal
output terminal.
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IN
Notes:
* For corresponding audio signals, use the AUDIO B
terminals w.
* When both VIDEO B terminals are connected (input) at
the same time, the Y/C terminal has priority.
* Also refer to BASIC CONNECTION EXAMPLE
on page 17.
21 Audio A terminals [AUDIO A IN/OUT]
Input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals for the audio signal
corresponding to the VIDEO A terminals *.
The output terminal is bridge-connected.
IN
: Audio signal input terminal
OUT : Bridge-connected audio signal output terminal
Notes:
* For corresponding video signals, use the VIDEO A
terminal *.
* Also refer to BASIC CONNECTION EXAMPLE
on pages 16 and 17.
22 Audio B terminals [AUDIO B IN/OUT]
Input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals for the audio
signals corresponding to the VIDEO B terminals ( or
VIDEO B (Y/C) terminals ).
The output terminal is bridge-connected.
IN
: Audio signal input terminal
OUT : Bridge-connected audio signal output terminal
Notes:
* For corresponding video signals, use the VIDEO B
terminals ( or VIDEO B (Y/C) terminals ).
* Also refer to BASIC CONNECTION EXAMPLE
on pages 16 and 17.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
(cont’d)
REAR VIEW
<Rear Panel>
SLOT
25
To AC outlet
(120 V AC,
50 Hz/60 Hz)
REMOTE
For U.S.A. and Canada
VIDEO A
To AC outlet
(230 V AC,
50 Hz/60 Hz)
IN
OUT
VIDEO B
IN
25
IN
OUT
Y/C
OUT
AUDIO A
IN
OUT
AUDIO B
For Europe
IN
OUT
25
(Rear view of
TM-H1950CG shown)
24
For the United Kingdom
23 Main power switch
Press the switch to turn the main power ON or OFF. When
the main power is ON, the power indicator on the front
panel lights in orange and the monitor enters the stand-by
mode.
I : ON : OFF
24 AC inlet [AC IN]
Power input connector. Connect the provided AC power
cord t to an AC outlet (120 V AC or 230 V AC,
50 Hz/60 Hz).
25 Power cord
Connects the provided power cord (120 V AC or
230 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz) to the AC IN connector r.
Caution:
In North America (USA and Canada), this monitor comes
with one power cable. In Europe and the United Kingdom,
two power cables are provided (one for use in continental
European countries and the other for the UK). Be sure to
use the power cable that is appropriate for the AC outlets
used in your region. If none of the power cables provided
is suitable, please contact your dealer or qualified service
personnel to obtain the correct type of power cable.
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CONTROLS AND FEATURES
(INPUT CARD: OPTIONAL)
COMPONENT/RGB INPUT CARD (OPTIONAL:
IF-C01COMG)
1 Video input/output terminals
Input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals for component
(color deference) or RGB signals.
The IN and OUT terminals are bridge-connected.
(When no cable is connected to the OUT terminal, the
input signal is automatically terminated.)
Select component signal : press INPUT SELECT C button
Select RGB signal
: press INPUT SELECT D button
G/Y
IN
OUT
B/P B /B-Y
1
IN
OUT
R/P R /B-Y
IN
2 Synchronized signal input/output terminals
4
OUT
HD/C S
IN
OUT
VD
IN
2
OUT
Input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals for the vertical,
horizontal or complex synchronized signals.
External sync is available with RGB input only.
The IN and OUT terminals are bridge-connected.
(When no cable is connected to the OUT terminal, the
input signal is automatically terminated.)
G on SYNC cannot be used with RGB input.
AUDIO
3
Input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals for audio signals.
The IN and OUT terminals are bridge-connected.
4 Connection terminal (to a Color Video Monitor)
Attach to the connection terminal of your color video
monitor.
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3 Audio input/output terminals
OUT
IN
SDI INPUT CARD (OPTIONAL: IF-C01SDG)
1 Output terminal for a selected component
serial digital signal
SWITCHED
OUT
1
IN
SDI 1
IN
SDI 2
2
4
AUDIO 1
IN
OUT
3
Output terminal for a selected digital signal (the input
displayed on the screen). The output signal is cablecompensated.
NOTE: When the monitor’s main power is OFF, no digital
signal is output.
In the standby mode, the signal from the SDI 1 terminal is
output.
2 Input terminals for component serial digital
signals
Input terminals for the digital signal.
Select SDI 1 : press INPUT SELECT C button
Select SDI 2 : press INPUT SELECT D button
3 Audio input/output terminals
AUDIO 2
Note:
● The optional input cards shown below cannot be used.
Using any of these cards will void your warranty and may
result in damage or malfunction.
*Video input card (IF-C01PNG)
*HD-SDI input card (IF-C01HSDG)
*HD-SDI input card (IF-C12HSDG)
Input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals for the analog
signals corresponding to SDI 1 and SDI 2.
NOTE: This input card cannot decode audio data even if
contained in the input digital signal.
4 Connection terminal (to a Color Video
Monitor)
Attach to the connection terminal of your color video
monitor.
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PREPARATION
INSTALLING THE INPUT CARD
1. Turn off the Color Video Monitor’s main power and unplug the power cable
from the AC outlet.
2. Unscrew the screws and remove the slot cover from the slot (on the rear side
of the monitor) in which you are going to install the card.
SLOT
Rear side of the TM-H1950CG
color video monitor
REMOTE
Slot cover
VIDEO A
IN
OUT
VIDEO B
IN
IN
OUT
Y/C
3. Insert the Input Card’s board (green-colored) into the slot, fitting the board into
the guide rails on the top and bottom of the slot.
Fit the board to
the guide rails.
SLOT
Knob
REMOTE
Guide rails
VIDEO A
IN
OUT
VIDEO B
IN
IN
OUT
Y/C
Input card (the illustration
shown is of the IF-C01COMG)
Knob
SLOT
4. Push the Input Card in so that its front panel touches the monitor’s rear panel.
5. Secure the Input Card by replacing the screws removed in Procedure 2.
REMOTE
VIDEO A
IN
OUT
VIDEO B
IN
IN
OUT
Y/C
NOTE : Do not touch the terminal connected to the monitor or board pattern.
Do not remove slot covers from the monitor’s slots if they are not in use.
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ATTACHING THE POWER CORD HOLDER
The provided Power Cord Holder prevents the AC power cord from being accidentally disconnected from the AC inlet.
The Power Cord Holder consists of two parts; a case and cover.
1. Attach the Power Cord Holder case to the AC inlet on the back of the monitor with 2 screws
(provided).
Caution:
Use only the provided screws.
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2. Attach the Power Cord Holder cover to the AC power cord.
Press the cover until it clicks.
3. Connect the AC power cord to the AC inlet, and join the Power Cord Holder cover with the
case.
Hold until it clicks.
Caution:
Note:
A different plug shape will result in the cover being
attached to a different position. Check to make sure the
plug doesn't pull out after the cover is attached.
To disconnect the power cord, click the tab to open the
cover.
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HOW TO HANDLE BASIC
OPERATIONS
BASIC OPERATION
STATUS indication
(PAL or NTSC)
1. Press the main power switch to turn on the power.
2. Press the POWER switch to turn on the power.
POWER
3. Press the INPUT SELECT buttons to choose input.
Select video/audio signals input to terminals on the rear
panel. The selected button lights in green.
A
B
PAL
ON : Power turns ON. (Power indicator: lit)
Green : The main power is ON, and the monitor’s
power is ON (in the normal operation mode).
OFF : Power turns OFF. (Power indicator: unlit)
Orange : The main power is ON, but the monitor’s
power is OFF (in the standby mode)
Unlit
: The main power is OFF.
C SLOT D
INPUT SELECT
INPUT
SELECT
buttons
1 Input A
(VIDEO)
2 Input B
(VIDEO/Y/C)
VIDEO A terminal
3 Input C
4 Input D
Refer to page 7 for details about the input terminals
on each card and the INPUT SELECT button.
Terminals on the rear panel
Video signal input
VIDEO B terminal
Audio signal input
AUDIO A terminal
AUDIO B terminal
VIDEO B (Y/C) terminal
About the STATUS indication
● With the COLOR SYSTEM setting set
to AUTO mode, when you turn on the
power or select inputs, the color
system indication appears for about
3 seconds on the screen while PAL or
NTSC signals are being detected.
It does not appear when receiving a
B/W signal or when no signal is input.
Refer to page 11 for more information
about COLOR SYSTEM setting and
page 13 for more information about
STATUS indication setting.
Note: The Y/C (S-video) terminal has priority.
00 ~ 50
4. Press the VOLUME/SELECT buttons to adjust the
speaker volume.
VOLUME/SELECT
Press this button to display the speaker volume level on the
screen.
+ : The speaker volume is increased. (00 [ 50)
– : The speaker volume is decreased. (50 [ 00)
VOLUME
:
20
* Screen indication will disappear about 10 seconds after operating.
* The on-screen display goes off when you press MENU button.
–
PICTURE ADJUSTMENT
UPPER
1. Press select buttons corresponding to the item
you want to adjust.
CHROMA CONTRAST
PHASE
BRIGHT
–40 ~ +40
The item you select is displayed on the screen.
1 Chorma control : Press the CHROMA/PHASE button once.
2 Phase control
: Press the CHROMA/PHASE button twice.
3 Contrast control : Press the CONTRAST/BRIGHT button once.
4 Brightness control : Press the CONTRAST/BRIGHT button twice.
* Pressing the CHROMA/PHASE button and CONTRAST/BRIGHT button
alternately while the item is shown on screen restores the previous status.
When no item is shown on screen, CHROMA and CONTRAST have priority.
Items
VOLUME/SELECT button
–
+
CHROMA
(Chroma)
lighter
deeper
PHASE
(Phase)
reddish
greenish
CONTRAST
(Contrast)
lower
higher
BRIGHT
(Brightness)
darker
brighter
* Screen indication will disappear about 10 seconds after operating.
* The on-screen display goes off when you press MENU button.
12
:
00
PHASE
:
00
Notes:
+
LOWER
● Phase control is effective only in the
NTSC color system mode.
● Chroma control is not effective when
receiving RGB and B/W or when no
signal is input. (Except when a
component signal is input.)
● When CHROMA is adjusted to “–40,”
the picture becomes less colorful.
● “NO EFFECT” is displayed (for about
3 seconds) when your selected
function has no effect.
● To change the display position on
screen, set UPPER or LOWER with
ADJ. BAR POSI.
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–
2. Adjust with the VOLUME/SELECT buttons.
VOLUME/SELECT
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VIDEO SIGNAL CONTROLS
Use these buttons for video signal control.
UNDER SCAN
Press the UNDER SCAN button to reduce the size of display area so that the whole
picture is displayed on screen. Use to check the picture frame.
COLOR OFF
To display a black and white picture, press the COLOR OFF button to input the luminance
signal only. Use to check noise in the luminance signal or for white balance adjustment.
Note:
● No effect with RGB input.
ENGLISH
BLUE CHECK
Input the standard color-bar signal for your TV system and display it on the screen.
When the BLUE CHECK button is pressed, the red and green signals are cut and only
the blue signal is displayed. The BLUE CHECK function adjusts and checks CHROMA
(COLOR) GAIN and PHASE.
Make sure that COMPO. LEVEL has been initialized when a component signal is input.
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
1. Input the standard color-bar signal for your TV system and display it on the screen.
2. Press the BLUE CHECK button.
3. Press the CHROMA button to adjust the chroma so that the blue bars on the left and
right sides of the screen have the same brightness.
4. (Only when an NTSC signal is input) Press the PHASE button to adjust the phase so
that the two blue bars at the center of the screen have the same brightness.
5. (Only when an NTSC signal is input) Repeat procedures 3 and 4 for the adjustment so
that all four blue bars on the screen have the same brightness.
Blue
[Procedure]
When you have finished making the adjustment, press the BLUE CHECK button to
deactivate.
Initializing COMPO. LEVEL (when a component signal is input)
with the IF-C01COMG component/RGB input card inserted
When a component signal is input, be sure to adjust (initialize) the COLOR offset in
COMPO. LEVEL.
[Procedure]
1. Input the standard color-bar signal for your TV system and display it on the screen.
2. Press the BLUE CHECK button.
3. Select COMPO. LEVEL in the <MENU> screen and then adjust it with VOLUME +/–
buttons so that the blue bars on the left and right sides of the screen have the same
brightness.
4. Quit the <MENU> screen and press the BLUE CHECK button.
5. Make sure that the blue bars on the left and right sides of the screen have the same
brightness.
6. Repeat procedures 3, 4 and 5 for the adjustment so that the blue bars on the left and
right sides of the screen have the same brightness.
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HOW TO USE THE MENU FUNCTIONS
DISPLAY AND SELECTION IN THE <MENU>
SCREEN MODE (SETTING)
<MENU> screen
You can set the following menu items.
Set them depending on your needs.
• APERTURE
• ADJ. BAR POSI.
• COLOR TEMP.
1
ADJ. BAR POSI.
COLOR TEMP.
COLOR SYSTEM
COMP. LEVEL
RUSH DELAY
1. Press the MENU button.
MENU
< MENU >
4 APERTURE
• COLOR SYSTEM
• COMPO. LEVEL*
• RUSH DELAY
3
The <MENU> screen is displayed.
* The on-screen display goes off automatically after about five
minutes with operation performed.
PHASE
BRIGHT
APERTURE
ADJ. BAR POSI.
COLOR TEMP.
COLOR SYSTEM
Function
displayed
CHROMA/
PHASE
CONTRAST/
BRIGHT
CHROMA CONTRAST
PHASE
BRIGHT
menu item you select.
2 Menu item: Menu items you can
Forward selection mark (4)
select.
3 Setting display: Indicates the current
Reverse selection mark (4)
settings (value).
4 Function display: The functions of
the front panel buttons (5 buttons on
the left) correspond to the function
displayed.
3. Press the VOLUME/SELECT buttons to set.
Front panel
button
Function
displayed
Function
displayed
Contents
VOLUME/
SELECT (+)
+
Increase (to max. value)
4
Forward the setting value
VOLUME/
SELECT (–)
–
Decrease (to min. value)
1
Reverse the setting value
Menu items
Purpose
Setting range
APERTURE
Picture aperture level
00
ADJ.BAR POSI
Volume bar position
LOWER
COLOR TEMP.
Color temperature of white
balance
6500
9300
COLOR SYSTEM
Color system
AUTO
NTSC
AUTO
PAL
COMPO. LEVEL*
Component level
– 40
– 39 • • – 01
00
+1 • • +9
RUSH DELAY
Delay time
STD.
+01
••••••••••••
+39
MENU
EXIT
+10
Lower the adjustment
value. (to the minimum)
+
Raise the adjustment
value. (to the maximum)
4
Forward the setting value.
1
Reverse the setting value.
EXIT
Exits the <MENU> screen.
SLOW
● RUSH DELAY sets the delay between
the time the power switch is pressed
and the time power is actually
supplied to the monitor’s circuits.
STD. : Power turns on approximately
1 second after the power
switch is pressed.
SLOW : Power turns on approximately
3 seconds after the power
switch is pressed.
* When turning on multiple ColorVideo Monitors simultaneously, it is
recommended to use STD. or
SLOW settings to reduce the rush
current of the entire system.
Contents
Quit (or Release) the <MENU>
screen
12
14
Reverse the menu item.
–
Note:
5. Press the MENU button to quit.
Function
displayed
Forward the menu item.
UPPER
4. If you want to set the other menu items, repeat
procedures 2 and 3.
Front panel
button
Contents
+40
* For normal use, leave the COLOR SYSTEM setting to AUTO.
If reception is unsatisfactory in AUTO position, set it to the appropriate color system mode (NTSC or PAL).
* COMPO. LEVEL is displayed only with component serial digital (SDI) input. (Shown with INPUT-C and
INPUT-D except for RGB input.)
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MENU
1 Selection mark (4): Indicates the
Contents
RUSH DELAY
MENU
VOLUME/SELECT
<Front panel buttons>
COMPO. LEVEL*
VOLUME/SELECT
4
EXIT
A selection mark (4) is put next to the selected item.
Front panel
button
00
LOWER
6500
AUTO
00
STD.
2
2. Press the CHROMA/PHASE or CONTRAST/BRIGHT
button to select MENU items.
CHROMA CONTRAST
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DISPLAY AND SELECTIONS IN THE <SET-UP
MENU> MODE (SETTING)
<SET-UP MENU> screen
You can set the following set-up menu items.
• WHITE BALANCE
• CONTROL LOCK
• STATUS DISPLAY
1
• REMOTE SYSTEM
• INPUT REMOTE
<SET-UP MENU>
4 PICTURE SUB ADJ.
H. POSITION
V. POSITION
WHITE BALANCE
CONTROL LOCK
STATUS DISPLAY
REMOTE SYSTEM
INPUT REMOTE
Notes:
● Parameters for PICTURE SUB ADJ., H. POSITION and V. POSITION can be set
separately depending on the signal (Input A (VIDEO), Input B (VIDEO), Input C or
2
Input D) selected with the input select buttons on the front panel.
Select the required video input with the input select buttons on the front panel in
advance.
● WHITE BALANCE can be set independently at 6500 or 9300 for the color temperature
value.
Set COLOR TEMP. to 6500 or 9300 on the <MENU> screen beforehand.
● INPUT REMOTE is shown when REMOTE SYSTEM is set to MAKE.
PHASE
:
:
:
:
OFF
ON
MAKE
A–D
3
4
CHROMA CONTRAST
VOLUME/SELECT
MENU
BRIGHT
<Front panel buttons>
1. While pressing the MENU button, press the
CHROMA/PHASE button.
MENU
00
00
EXIT
PHASE
CHROMA
:
:
1 Selection mark (4): Indicates the
menu item you select.
The <SET-UP MENU> screen is displayed.
* The on-screen display goes off automatically after about five
minutes with operation performed.
2 Menu item: Menu items you can
select.
3 Setting display: Indicates the
current settings (value).
ENGLISH
• PICTURE SUB ADJ.
• H. POSITION
• V. POSITION
4 Function display: The functions of
2. Press the CHROMA/PHASE or CONTRAST/BRIGHT
button to select the desired menu item.
CHROMA CONTRAST
A selection mark (4) is put next to the selected item.
Front panel
button
Function
displayed
the front panel buttons (5 buttons
on the left) correspond to the
function displayed.
Function
displayed
Contents
Contents
Forward the menu item.
Reverse the menu item.
–
Lower the adjustment
value. (to the minimum)
+
Raise the adjustment
value. (to the maximum)
CONTROL LOCK
4
Forward the setting value.
STATUS DISPLAY
1
Reverse the setting value.
PHASE
BRIGHT
PICTURE SUB ADJ.
H. POSITION
V. POSITION
CHROMA/
PHASE
CONTRAST/
BRIGHT
Forward selection mark (4)
Reverse selection mark (4)
WHITE BALANCE
REMOTE SYSTEM
INPUT REMOTE
3. Press the VOLUME/SELECT buttons to set.
EXIT
Exit the <MENU>
screen.
DRV
Selects DRIVE adjustment.
CUTO
VOLUME/SELECT
Front panel
button
VOLUME/
SELECT (+)
Function
displayed
RB
+
Increase (to max. value)
4
Forward the setting value
CUTO
VOLUME/
SELECT (–)
Contents
Decrease (to min. value)
1
Reverse the setting value
DRV
Selects DRIVE setting screen
Adjusts red and blue
signal level.
RGB
Adjusts red, green and
blue signal level.
DISP
Turns the ON-SCREEN
display on or off. (This
function is effective only
in the DRIVE or CUT OFF
adjustment mode.)
Selects CUT OFF setting screen
–
Selects CUT OFF
adjustment.
Notes:
● For WHITE BALANCE items, select the CUT OFF or DRIVE
setting screen, then select the function display for adjustment.
● Press the EXIT (MENU) button to return to the <SET-UP
MENU> screen.
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HOW TO USE THE MENU
FUNCTIONS (cont’d)
Set-up menu items
Purpose
PICTURE SUB ADJ.
Settings
Image sub adjustment
Selects CONTRAST/BRIGHT/CHROMA/PHASE. The
selected setting screen is shown. Select the function display for
adjustment.
Adjusts contrast.
–10
–9 • •
–01
00
+01 • •
+09
+10
BRIGHT
Adjusts brightness.
– 10
–9 • •
– 01
00
+01 • •
+09
+10
CHROMA
Adjusts color density.
*1
–10
–9 • •
–01
00
+01 • •
+09
+10
PHASE
Adjusts hue.
*1
– 10
–9 • •
– 01
00
+01 • •
+09
+10
Adjusts the horizontal position of the
screen (+: Horizontal position shifts
to the right/-: Horizontal position shifts to
the left)
–5
•••
– 01
00
+1
•••
+5
V. POSITION
Adjusts the vertical position of the screen
(+: Vertical position moves up/-: Vertical
position moves down)
–5
•••
– 01
00
+1
•••
+5
WHITE BALANCE
Adjusts the white balance.
CONTRAST
H. POSITION
DRIVE
Selects the drive (DRV) or cut off (CUTO) adjustment. The selected
setting screen is shown. Select the function display for adjustment.
R. DRIVE
Adjusts red level.
–20
B. DRIVE
Adjusts blue level.
– 20
Adjusts red cut off.
Adjusts green cut off.
CUT OFF R. CUT OFF
G. CUT OFF
Sets the operation buttons on the front
panel to control lock mode.
OFF
ON
STATUS DISPLAY
Sets the status display of the color system.
OFF
ON
REMOTE SYSTEM
Sets the external control function method.
MAKE
INPUT REMOTE
Sets external control of input selection.
(Shown only when REMOTE SYSTEM is
set to MAKE.)
A–D
–01
– 01
+20
*2
Notes:
5. Press the MENU button to quit.
Contents
Quit (or Release) the <MENU>
screen
Note:
Setting
Description
MAKE
Make contact system: Controls the function using the control
terminal’s short-circuit and open (short-circuits or opens 15th
terminal (GND)).
TRG.
Trigger system: Controls the function by short-circuiting (shortcircuits or opens 15th terminal (GND)) with pulse (about 1 sec.)
A-D
Switches the input by short-circuiting a specified signal line in
INPUT A, B, C, or D.
A/B
Switches between INPUT A and INPUT B with D-sub pin 2.
● When the CONTROL LOCK function is
set to ON, pressing operation buttons
on the front panel will display the
message “CONTROL LOCK ON!” on
the screen for about 3 seconds.
● The CONTROL LOCK function is
maintained even when the power is
turned off.
● To turn off the CONTROL LOCK
function, while holding the MENU button
press the CHROMA/PHASE button.
Then set the CONTROL LOCK function
to OFF.
● Even when the CONTROL LOCK
function is set to ON, the following
operations are available:
– Power Switch operation
– Volume control with the VOLUME/
SELECT buttons
– Display or disappear of the <SET-UP
MENU> screen.
● The STATUS DISPLAY function can be
set to display (ON) or not display (OFF)
the present color system when the
power is turned on or the input signal is
changed. Refer to page 9 for more
information.
● When REMOTE SYSTEM is set to
MAKE and any one of the INPUT A to D
buttons, the UNDER SCAN button,
COLOR OFF button or the ASPECT
button is pressed, “REMOTE ON!”
appears on screen for about 3 seconds.
(Not shown with CONTROL LOCK set
to ON.)
● When REMOTE SYSTEM is set to
TRG, the front panel controls can be
operated.
● INPUT REMOTE and REMOTE
SYSTEM are enabled when REMOTE
ENABLE is set to ON.
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+20
*2
A/B
4. To set the other set-up menu items, repeat the
procedures 2 and 3.
EXIT
00
+19
00
TRG.
*1 May not be shown depending on the type of signals input.
*2 Refer to HOW TO USE EXTERNAL CONTROL on page 18 for more details.
MENU
+20
+01 • •
–19 • •
CONTROL LOCK
Function
displayed
+19
–20
–19 • •
Front panel
button
+01 • •
– 20
– 20
MENU
00
00
Adjusts blue cut off.
B. CUT OFF
+20
+20
00
+01 • • +19
+01 • • +19
+01 • • +19
–19 • • –01
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HOW TO INITIALIZE THE
SETTING
SCREEN DISPLAY AND SELECTIONS IN THE
<SET-UP MENU> RESET MODE
You can set <MENU> and <SET-UP MENU> screen items, picture adjustment items and
the volume level to their factory-set (initial) values.
<SET-UP MENU> RESET screen
<SET–UP MENU> RESET
Are you
“Yes”
then
“No”
then
1. Press the Power ( ) switch to turn the power
OFF (activate the standby mode).
sure ?
<+>
<MENU>
POWER
APERTURE
ADJ. BAR POSI
COLOR TEMP
COLOR SYSTEM
COMPO. LEVEL
RUSH DELAY
PICTURE SUB ADJ.
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
CHROMA
PHASE
H. POSITION
V. POSITION
WHITE BALANCE
R. CUT OFF
G. CUT OFF
B. CUT OFF
R. DRIVE
B. DRIVE
CONTROL LOCK
STATUS DISPLAY
REMOTE SYSTEM
INPUT REMOTE
00
00
00
00
00
OFF
ON
MAKE
A–D
CHROMA
PHASE
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
00
00
00
00
VOLUME
20
● The <SET-UP MENU> RESET screen will not be
displayed if the MENU or CHROMA/PHASE buttons are
pressed for a very short time. Keep pressing them until
the display screen appears.
3. Setting
Initialization is required.
Press the VOLUME/SELECT [+] button.
* Initialization is completed, and the <SET-UP MENU>
RESET screen disappears.
VOLUME/SELECT
Initialization is not required.
Press the MENU button.
* Initialization is aborted, and the <SET-UP MENU>
RESET screen disappears.
MENU
Initialization
(setting)
00
LOWER
6500
AUTO
00
STD.
ENGLISH
Note:
PHASE
Sorts
The <SET-UP MENU> RESET screen is displayed.
<MENU> screen
POWER
<SET-UP MENU> screen
MENU
Functions (Items)
Picture adjustment
CHROMA
Initial settings
Volume
2. While pressing both MENU button and CHROMA/
PHASE button, press the Power ( ) switch to turn
the power ON.
00
00
00
00
00
00
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BASIC CONNECTION EXAMPLE
Notes:
• Before connecting your system, make sure that all units are turned off.
• The illustration below shows some examples of different connections. Terminal connections may differ depending on the component connected.
Be sure to refer to the instructions provided with the unit(s) you are connecting.
• Each pair of input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals are bridge-connected.
• If you’re not connecting any equipment to a bridged output (OUT) terminal, be sure not to connect any other cables to the bridged output (OUT)
terminal as this will cause the terminating resistance switch to open (auto terminate function).
• When making a bridge connection, connect the input (IN) and output (OUT) terminals on the monitor to separate video components.
(For example, if both terminals are connected to the same VCR, resonance may occur except during playback. This is caused by the same video
signal “looping” between the VCRs, and is not a malfunction.)
• Select the video input signal (INPUT A(VIDEO) or INPUT B (VIDEO/Y/C)) with the INPUT SELECT buttons on the front panel. When both
VIDEO B terminals are connected (input) at the same time, the Y/C terminal has priority.
VIDEO A Connection Example (Select Input A (VIDEO))
VIDEO A
Video
Video
(Video signal cable)
(Video signal cable)
Video Camera
IN
OUT
VIDEO B
Video
(Video signal cable)
IN
OUT
Audio
Video Monitor
(Audio signal cable)
IN
Y/C
OUT
AUDIO A
Audio
VCR
IN
OUT
AUDIO B
VIDEO B (VIDEO) Connection
Example (Select Input B (VIDEO))
Video Camera
IN
(Audio signal cable)
Video Monitor
Audio
OUT
(Audio signal
cable)
Video
(Video signal cable)
Video Monitor
VCR
Audio
(Audio signal cable)
Video Monitor
: Signal Flow
VCR
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VIDEO B (Y/C) Connection Example (Select Input B (Y/C))
VIDEO A
IN
OUT
VIDEO B
Video Camera
IN
OUT
Y/C (S-video)
(Y/C (S-video) signal cable)
VCR
IN
Y/C
Video Monitor
Y/C (S-video)
(Y/C (S-video) signal cable)
OUT
AUDIO A
Audio
(Audio signal cable)
OUT
AUDIO B
IN
Video Monitor
Audio
OUT
(Audio signal cable)
: Signal Flow
ENGLISH
IN
VCR
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HOW TO USE EXTERNAL
CONTROL
ABOUT EXTERNAL CONTROL
This monitor is provided with an external control terminal. MAKE (make contact) or TRIG. (trigger) system can be selected by
the setting of REMOTE SYSTEM in the <SET-UP MENU>.
MAKE (make contact system) : The functino is controlled by short-circuiting or disconnecting each control terminal with pin 15
(GND).
TRG. (trigger system)
: The function is controlled by short-circuiting with pulses (for about 1 second) (short-circuit/open
with the 15th pin GND).
* The 14th pin (REMOTE ENABLE) is controlled with MAKE even though TRG. is selected.
* The 1st pin (TALLY) is always controlled by the make contact system regardless of the setting (ON/OFF) of the 14th pin
(REMOTE ENABLE) or the REMOTE SYSTEM setting (MAKE, TRG.) in <SET-UP MENU>.
Note:
● When this monitor is externally controlled, the following buttons are disabled.
MAKE: INPUT-A to D, UNDER SCAN, COLOR OFF, ASPECT on the front panel.
10
Connections
Connect (short-circuit) the 15th terminal (GND) to each of the 1st through 14th terminals in the
3-lines 15-pins D-sub connector. The functions of each terminal are listed below.
9
5
4 8
3 7
2 6
1
15
14
13
12
11
The Names and Functions of Terminals
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Names
TALLY
INPUT A
INPUT B
INPUT C
INPUT D
not used
not used
COLOR OFF
not used
ASPECT
UNDER SCAN
not used
not used
REMOTE ENABLE
15
GND
Functions
Puts on the tally lamp.
Changes the input to INPUT A
Changes the input to INPUT B
Changes the input to INPUT C
Changes the input to INPUT D
–
–
Changes the picture black-and-white.
–
Changes the screen ratio to 16:9
Makes the screen under-scan
–
–
Makes the external control from the
REMOTE terminal valid or invalid
Used as a ground terminal
Operations (OFF p[ ON)
Put off
Put on
Not change
Change
Not change
Change
Not change
Change
Not change
Change
–
–
–
–
Not change
Change
–
–
4:3
16:9
Over-scan
Under-scan
–
–
–
–
Invalid
Valid
–
*1
*2
*3
*3
*3
*4
*4
*6
*6
*6
*6
*4
*4
*4
*5
–
*1 : OFF stands for disconnection, and ON stands for short-circuit.
*2 : When INPUT REMOTE in the <SET-UP MENU> is set to A/B, OFF means “select INPUT A” and ON means “select INPUT B”.
*3 : When INPUT REMOTE in the set-up menu is set to A/B, pins not used should not be connected.
*4 : Do not connect.
*5 : Setting REMOTE ENABLE to ON enables external control from each terminal. (Only TALLY can be externally controlled all the time.)
*6 : INPUT REMOTE setting in the set-up menu (REMOTE SYSTEM shown only when MAKE is selected.)
For the D-sub pins 2, 3, 4 and 5, 4-pin or 1-pin control can be set with INPUT REMOTE in the set-up menu.
• 4-pin control: Switches input by short-circuiting a specified signal line in INPUT A to D.
• 1-pin control: Switches between INPUT-A and INPUT-B only with the 2nd pin of the D-sub connector. In this case, INPUT-C and INPUT-D
cannot be selected.
OFF : INPUT A
ON : INPUT B
NOTES :
* When more than two terminals are selected (short-circuited) from INPUT A through INPUT D under the MAKE system, the signal
input is prioritized alphabetically (A, B, C, D).
* To control INPUT A through INPUT D under the MAKE system, we recommend using the interlock switch, which turns off a
switch when another switch is turned on.
To control INPUT A through INPUT D under the TRG. system, we recommend using the return switch, which stays ON while
pressed.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Solutions to common problems related to your monitor are described here. If none of the solutions presented here
solves the problem, unplug the monitor and consult a JVC-authorized dealer or service center for assistance.
Points to be checked
No power supply.
Measures (Remedy)
Is the power plug loosened or disconnected?
Firmly insert the power plug.
Is the main power turned OFF?
Turn the main power ON. (See page 6.)
Is the video signal output from the connected
component?
Set the connected component correctly.
Is the input signal selected properly?
Select the required video signal input with the
Input select button. (See page 10.)
Is the video cable disconnected?
Connect the video signal cable firmly.
(See pages 16 and 17.)
Is the audio signal output from the connected
component?
Set the connected component correctly.
Is the volume output set to minimum?
Adjust the speaker volume with the VOLUME/
SELECT button. (See page 10.)
Is the audio cable disconnected?
Connect the audio signal cable firmly.
(See pags 16 and 17.)
Shaking picture.
Is the monitor close to a device generating a
strong magnetic field?
Move the device away from the monitor until the
picture stabilizes.
No colors, wrong
color, or dark picture.
Is the color system selected properly?
Set COLOR SYSTEM in the <MENU> screen to
AUTO. (See page 12.)
Has the picture control setting (CONTRAST,
BRIGHT, CHROMA or PHASE) been changed?
Set each picture control to the standard setting.
(See page 9.)
Press the COLOR OFF button and BLUE CHECK
button to adjust. (See page 11.)
Unnatural, irregularly
colored, or distorted
picture.
Is the monitor close to a speaker, magnet or any
other device generating a strong magnetic field?
Move the device away from the monitor and turn
the monitor’s power off. Wait at least 30 minutes,
then turn the power on again.
Dark stripes appear
at the top and bottom
of the screen, picture
vertically squeezed.
Is the aspect ratio set to 16:9?
Switch the aspect ratio to 4:3 with the ASPECT
button on the front panel.
The overall picture
size is too small.
Has the UNDER SCAN button been pressed so
the UNDER SCAN button lights?
Press the UNDER SCAN button to turn off the
button. (See page 4.)
Function buttons on
the front panel do not
function.
The INPUT SELECT
buttons do not
function.
Has control of the buttons been locked? (Has
the CONTROL LOCK function been set to ON?)
Set CONTROL LOCK in the <SET-UP MENU>
screen to OFF. (See pages 13 and 14.)
Is input selection under external control? (Has
the REMOTE ENABLE function been set to
valid?)
Set REMOTE ENABLE to OFF (invalid).
(See page 18.)
No picture with the
power on.
No sound.
ENGLISH
Problems
The following are not malfunctions:
● When a bright still image (such as a white cloth) is displayed for a long period, it may appear to be colored. This is due to the
structure of the cathode ray tube and will be deleted when another image is displayed.
● You experience a mild electric shock when you touch the picture tube. This phenomenon is due to a normal buildup of static
electricity on the CRT and is not harmful.
● The monitor emits a strange sound when the room temperature changes suddenly. This is only a problem if an abnormality
appears on the screen as well.
● If two or more monitors are operated next to each other, their images may shake or be distorted. This phenomenon is due to
mutual interference; it is not a malfunction. Move the monitors away from each other until the interference disappears or turn
the power off on any monitor that is not being used.
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SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
TM-H1950CG
TM-H1750CG
Type
Color video monitor
Color system
PAL, NTSC (3.58)
Picture tube
49 cm (19") measured diagonally,
90° deflection, in-line gun,
trio-dot type
(phosphor dot-trio pitch 0.27 mm)
Effective screen size
44 cm (17") measured diagonally,
90° deflection, in-line gun,
trio-dot type
(phosphor dot-trio pitch 0.27 mm)
Width
365.8 mm (14-5/8")
Height
274.3 mm (10-7/8")
Diagonal 457.2 mm (18")
Width
Height
Diagonal
327.5 mm (12-7/8")
246.2 mm (9-5/8")
407.1 mm (16-1/32")
Scanning frequency
H: 15.734 kHz (NTSC), 15.625 kHz (PAL)
V: 59.94 Hz (NTSC) 50 Hz (PAL)
Horizontal resolution
750 TV lines or more
(Y/C input mode)
Input terminals
VIDEO A
Composite video: 1 line, BNC connector x 2,
1 V(p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync
(bridge connection possible, auto termination)
VIDEO B
Composite video: 1 line, BNC connector x 2,
1 V(p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync
(bridge connection possible, auto termination)
Y/C-separated: 1 line, mini-DIN 4-pin connector x 2
Y: 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω
C (BURST): 0.286 V (p-p), 75 Ω (NTSC) 0.3 V (p-p), 75 Ω (PAL)
(bridge connection possible, auto termination)
AUDIO A
1 line (monaural), RCA pin x 2, 0.5 V(rms), high-impedance
(bridge connection possible)
AUDIO B
1 line (monaural), RCA pin x 2, 0.5 V(rms), high-impedance
(bridge connection possible)
REMOTE
Point-of-contact connection, 1 line D-sub connector (15-pin, 3-line)
Audio power output
1W
Built-in speaker
8 cm round x 1, impedance of 8 Ω
Environmental conditions
Operation temperature: 5°C – 40°C (41°F – 104°F)
Operation humidity: 20 % – 80 % (non-condensing)
Power requirements
120 V/230 V AC, 50 Hz/ 60 Hz
Power consumption
Dimensions
Weight
1.3 A (120 V AC)/0.9 A (230 V AC)
Width
Height
Depth
440 mm (17-3/8")
375 mm (14-7/8")
496 mm (19-5/8")
1.2 A (120 V AC)/0.8 A (230 V AC)
Width
Height
Depth
25.6 kg (56.3 lbs)
(not including input card)
Accessory
395 mm (15-5/8")
334 mm (13-1/4")
418 mm (16-1/2")
20.1 kg (44.3 lbs)
(not including input card)
AC power cord
POWER CORD HOLDER x 1 (case and cover)
Screw x 2 (POWER CORD HOLDER)
* Illustrations used in this manual are for explanatory purposes only. The appearance of the actual product may differ slightly.
* Dimensions and weight are approximate.
* E. & O. E. Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
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Dimensions
[TM-H1950CG]
Unit : mm (inch)
< Side View >
< Front View >
496 (19-5/8")
485 (19-1/9")
440 (17-3/8")
1.5
(1/16")
VOLUME/SELECT
MENU
UNDER
SCAN
COLOR
OFF
BLUE
CHECK
ASPECT
A
BRIGHT
B
C
SLOT
D
POWER
INPUT SELECT
380.4 (15")
336 (13-1/4")
95.7
(3-7/8")
5 (1/4")
PHASE
5 (1/4")
CHROMA CONTRAST
TM-H1950CG
195.5 (7-3/4")
284.3 (11-1/4")*
375 (14-7/8")
375 (14-7/8")*
ENGLISH
ø 20
(7/8")
* Asterisks (*) are used to indicate front panel
dimensions.
[TM-H1750CG]
Unit : mm (inch)
< Side View >
< Front View >
418 (16-1/2")
407 (16-1/8")
395 (15-5/8")
1.5
(1/16")
VOLUME/SELECT
MENU
UNDER
SCAN
COLOR
OFF
BLUE
CHECK
ASPECT
A
BRIGHT
B
C SLOT D
POWER
INPUT SELECT
288 (11-3/8")
68
(2-3/4")
286 (11-3/8")
3 (1/8")
PHASE
3 (1/8")
CHROMA CONTRAST
TM-H1750CG
175 (7")
256 (10-1/8")*
334 (13-1/4")
336.3 (13-1/4")*
ø20
(7/8")
* Asterisks (*) are used to indicate front panel
dimensions.
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Y/C (Mini DIN 4 pin) terminal
specification
2
4
1
3
OUT 2
4
1
3
Pin No.
IN
Y/C
Signal
1
GND (Y)
2
GND (C)
3
Y
4
C
APPENDIX: CONNECTION EXAMPLES FOR THE
SDI INPUT CARD
● To use the SWITCHED OUT terminal, the main power must be ON. (Unlike a bridged output, this connector outputs relocked
digital signals.)
● Signal output from the SWITCHED OUT terminal can be changed by selecting INPUT C (SDI 1) or INPUT D (SDI 2). You can
use the front panel buttons or do it via external control.
● When INPUT-A or INPUT-B is selected, this terminal outputs the signals last selected. In the standby mode, signals from the
SDI 1 connector are output.
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MEMO
MEMO
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TM-H1950CG/TM-H1750CG COLOR VIDEO MONITOR
VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED
Printed in Thailand
0602-Y-U-JMT
© 2002 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED
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