Sony GVM-1311Q Operating instructions

Sony GVM-1311Q Operating instructions
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Trinitrone Color Video Monitor
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Owner’s Record Table of Contents
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Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer Location and function of parts and controls ................—... 4
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Timing chart een ene nene 11
Model No. GVM-1311Q Serial No.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not ex- For the customers in the USA
pose the unit to rain or moisture. 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,
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
DO NOT OPEN 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
CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, 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:
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
— Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
— Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
o — Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
This symbol is intended to alert the different from that to which the receiver is connected.
user to the presence of uninsulated — Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
“dangerous voltage” within the prod- technician for help.
uct's enclosure that may be of suffi-
cient magnitude to constitute a risk of You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
electric shock to persons. expressly approved in this manual could void your authority
o to operate this equipment.
This symbol is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompa- This apparatus complies with the Class B limits for radio
nying the appliance. noise emissions set out in Radio Interference Regulations.
Precautions
perate the unit only on 120 V AC.
e Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet,
unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified personnel
before operating it any further.
e Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if it is not to be used for
several days or more.
¢ To disconnect the AC power cord, pull it out by grasping
the plug. Never pull the cord itself.
Allow adequate air circulation to prevent internal heat
build-up.
Do not piace the unit on surfaces (rugs, blankets, etc.) or
near materials (curtains, draperies) that may block the
ventilation holes.
* Do not install the unit in a location near heat sources such
as radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to direct
sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration or shock.
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To keep the unit looking brand-new, periodica
a soft cloth. Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth
lightly dampened with a mild detergent solution. Never use |
strong solvents such as thinner or benzine, or abrasive
cleansers since these will damage the cabinet. As a safety
precaution, unplug the unit before cleaning it.
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make an ideal container in which to transport the unit.
When shipping the unit to another location, repack it as
illustrated on the carton.
If you have any questions about this unit, contact your
authorized Sony dealer.
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Note on equipment to be connected
A good-quality picture can be obtained when the GVM-
1311Q is connected to equipment with the timing indicated
in the “Timing Chart” on page 11. If the monitor is
connected to equipment with the timing not indicated in the
chan, the picture quality may not be assured.
Features
The GVM-1311Q is a high-resolution color video monitor for
use with video or RGB video equipment. Monitoring RGB
signals of 15 kHz to 36 kHz horizontal scanning freqencies
and 50 Hz to 100 Hz vertical scanning frequencies, and
four color video signals are possible with one unit.
Multiscan color monitor
The monitor, which accepts 15 kHz to 36 kHz horizontal
scanning frequencies and 50 Hz to 100 Hz vertical scanning
frequencies, and detects the frequencies automatically, is
compatible with a wide range of video equipment.
VGA Auto size
The AUTO SIZE switch automatically fixes the right picture
size and picture center for a VGA signal from the D-sub 9-
pin input connector.
Four color systems available
The monitor can display PAL, SECAM, NTSCass and
NTSC443* signals. The appropriate color system is selected
automatically.
* А signal of NTSCa.a3 is obtained by playing back NTSC-recorded
video cassettes with a video tape recorder/player especially
designed for use with this system.
Analog/digital RGB multi connectors
Analog and digital RGB input signals can be fed through the
D-sub 9-pin and 25-pin multi connectors.
Compatible with RGB equipment using 64 colors
(RGB A)
The monitor allows reproduction of 8, 16 or 64 color for
digital RGB input signals with the 16/64 or 8 COLOR
selector and by sync polarity.
RGB A SELECT connector
Input signals fed through the RGB A connector can be
selected with external equipment.
Automatic termination of the BNC-type video input
connector
The BNC-type video input connector is automatically
terminated at 75 ohms when no cable is connected to the
output connector. When a cable is connected to the output
connector, the signal input through the corresponding IN
connector is output from the output connector.
CONTROL $ input connector
Connecting this connector to the CONTROL S output of
video equipment enables remote control operations of the
power on/off, input select, volume and picture settings
through the video equipment.
Y/C connector
A video signal split into the chrominance (C) signal and the
luminance (Y) signal can be input through this connector,
eliminating the interference between the two signals, which
tends to occur in a composite video signal, and also
assuring the picture quality.
and Controls
Location and Function of Parts
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[1] AUTO SIZE switch (only RGB A input)
The right picture size and center are fixed in the
VGA modes. The H/V SIZE and H/V SHIFT
controls do not work. For other modes, the picture
size and center are not guaranteed.
OFF: The H/V SIZE and H/V SHIFT controls can be
freely set. The VGA modes have the same picture
size and center.
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[2] V HOLD (vertical hold) control
If the video input picture rolls vertically, use this control
to stabilize it.
Control [2] does not function for RGB input pictures.
[3] RGB H/V SHIFT (horizontal/vertical shift)
controls
Turn the H-SHIFT control to adjust the horizontal
position of the RGB input picture, if it is off center. Turn it
clockwise to shift the picture toward the right and
counterclockwise to shift the picture toward the left.
Turn the V-SHIFT control to adjust the vertical position of
the RGB input picture, if it is off center. Turn it clockwise
to shift the picture upward and counterclockwise to shift
the picture downward.
[4] RGB H/V SIZE (horizontal/vertical size) controls
Turn the H-SIZE control to adjust the horizontal size.
Turn the V-SIZE control to adjust the vertical size.
[5] RGB PICTURE control
Adjust this control if the picture level of RGB inputs
differs significantly from that of video inputs.
Turn this control clockwise to make the contrast and
color intensity of the RGB input picture stronger, or
counterclockwise to make them weaker.
Controls [3] to [5] function only for RGB input pictures.
However, they do not function when the RGB B input is
selected with the SUPERIMPOSE switch on the rear
panel set to ON.
* When turning the controls [1] to [4], use the supplied
screwdriver (attached to the panel cover).
[6] Picture adjustment controls
BRIGHT (brightness) control
Normally keep this contro! at the center detent position.
Turn it clockwise to make the picture brighter or
counterclockwise to make it darker.
COLOR control
Turn this control clockwise to make the picture more
vivid or counterclockwise to make it paler.
HUE control
Functions for NTSC signal only.
Use this control to obtain the most natural skin tones.
Turn it clockwise to add green to the skin tones or
counterclockwise to add purple/red hues.
The COLOR and HUE controls work for VIDEO signals
only.
Input select buttons
Press to select the input source to be monitored.
RGB A: for input signals fed through the RGB A
connector and the RGB A AUDIO jack
RGB B: for input signals fed through the RGB B
connector
LINE A: for input signals fed through the LINE A
connectors
LINE B: for input signals fed through the LINE B
connectors
PICTURE +/- buttons
Press the + button to make the contrast and color
intensity stronger or press the - button to make them
weaker.
[9] VOLUME +/- buttons
Press the + button for more volume or press the —
button for less volume.
STANDBY indicator
Lights when the power is turned off by remote control
through CONTROL S signal.
While the unit is operating, this indicator functions as the
response indicator.
it blinks when the VOLUME or PICTURE buttons are
pressed.
It lights steadily at the highest or lowest level of volume
or picture level.
Input select indicators
(RGB A/RGB B/LINE A/LINE B)
When the input source is selected, the corresponding
indicator lights.
[12] POWER switch
Press to turn on the monitor (=). Press again to turn it off
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[3] AC IN connector (15) LINE B
Connect the supplied power cord.
LINE À
To monitor the input signal fed through this line input,
press the LINE À input select button on the front panel.
VIDEO IN connector(BNC type)
AUDIO IN jack(monaural)(phono type)
Connect to the video and audio outputs of video
equipment such as VCRs or video disc players.
For a loop-through connection, connect to the video and
audio outputs of another monitor.
VIDEO OUT connector(BNC type)
AUDIO OUT jack(monaural) (phono type)
For a loop-through connection, connect to the video and
audio inputs of another monitor.
When a connecting cord is connected to the VIDEO
OUT connector, the 75-ohm termination of the input is
automatically released and the signal input to the
VIDEO IN connector is output from this connector.
To monitor the input signal fed through this line input,
press the LINE B input select button.
Y/C 75 Q termination switch
When only the Y/C IN connector is connected (i.e.
nothing is connected to the Y/C OUT connector), set this
switch to ON.
When both Y/C IN and OUT connectors are connected
together for a loop-through connection, set this switch to
OFF.
Y/C IN connector(4-pin mini-DIN)
Connect to the Y/C output of video equipment.
AUDIO IN jack(monaural){phono type)
Y/C OUT connector(4-pin mini-DIN)
For a loop-through connection, connect to the Y/C input
of another monitor.
AUDIO OUT jack(monaural)(phono type)
RGB A interface unit
16, 64 COLOR/8 COLOR selector
Press this selector (2) when digital RGB equipment
having 16- or 64-color mode is connected to the RGB A
connector. The 16- or 64-color mode is automatically
selected by sync polarity. Keep the selector released
(D) for digital RGB equipment having the 8-color mode.
DIGITAL/ANALOG selector
Press this selector {=} when video equipment having
digital RGB output is connected to the RGB A
connector. Release the selector (C1) for equipment
having analog RGB output.
RGB A connector (D-sub 9-pin, female)
Connect to video equipment having either digital or
analog RGB output.
To monitor the input signal fed through this connector,
press the RGB A input select button.
SUPERIMPOSE switch
Set this switch to ON (=) to display the composite video
signal from a laser disc player, etc., or to perform
superimposition. In this case, the RGB H/V SHIFT, RGB
H/V SIZE and RGB PICTURE controls do not function.
Set this switch to OFF (2) to display the RGB signal
from a microcomputer, etc. in this case, the sync signal
should be supplied to pin 3 (H. sync) or pin 11 (V. sync)
of the RGB B connector.
e When the RGB B/NORMAL mode select signal is
supplied to pin 10 of the RGB B connector with the
SUPERIMPOSE switch set to ON, the previously
selected LINE A or LINE B indicator lights together
with the RGB B indicator.
» Synchronize the line signal of the video equipment that
is superimposing with the signal of RGB equipment.
RGB B connector (D-sub 25-pin, male)
Connect to video equipment having either digital or
analog RGB output.
To monitor the input signal fed through this connector,
press the RGB B input select button.
RGB A AUDIO input jack (phono type)
Connect to the audio outputs of the RGB equipment
connected to the RGB A connector.
RGB A SELECT connector (minijack)
When ground potential is applied to this connector,
signal input from the RGB A connector will be monitored
regardless of the setting of the input select buttons on
the front panel. If a power supply of 5 V is applied to the
connector or the circuit is open, the input signal selected
with the input select buttons will be monitored.
This connector allows the input source monitored to be
selected with external equipment.
[21] CONTROL S input connector (minijack)
Connect to the CONTROL S output of video equipment.
The power on/off, input select, volume and picture
settings can be remotely controlled through the
equipment connected.
Mutual interference of deflection may occur when
several monitors are ranged side by side for a loop-
through connection, as this unit is compatible with the
signals of high horizontal frequencies. In such a
situation, allow adequate space between each unit.
[22] Earphone jacks
Phone 1 ‘When the earphone is connected,
the sound through the speaker is
also audible.
Phone 2 (Switched) :When the earphone is connected,
the sound through the speaker is
not audible.
If a stereo headphone plug is inserted to Phone 1 or Phone
2, the monaural sound will be heard from both the left and
right channels.
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attach the ferrite core {supplied) to both the ends of the
shielded RGB cable (not supplied).
Close the lid.
Pull the plastic
binder (supplied)
tightly.
If you do not attach the ferrite core on the shielded RGB cable,
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Specifications
Color systems PAL, SECAM, NTSCass and NTSCa.43
systems
Trinitron tube
Anti-glaring dark screen
Approx. 35.56 cm (13 inches) picture
measured diagonally, 90-degree
deflection
AG Pitch 0.25 mm
Picture tube
Resolution Video inputs: 600 TV lines
RGB inputs: 1024 dots x 768 lines
Color temperature
9300 K + 8MPCD
Frequency response
8 MHz (-6 dB, composite video)
30 MHz (-3 dB, RGB)
Linearity Horizontal: less than +5%
Vertical: less than +5%
Line full range Composite video input
Horizontal: 15.734 kHz +500 Hz
Vertical: -8Hz
RGB input
Horizontal: 15 to 36 kHz
Vertical: 50 to 100 Hz
Overscan of the picture
Composite video input
less than +7%
RGB input
Horizontal: -7% to +5% variable
Vertical: -7% to +5% variable
Audio 0.5 W monaural
Inputs VIDEO IN (LINE A): BNC connector (1)
composite video, 1Vp-p + 3dB, sync
negative, automatic termination at
75 ohms
Y/C IN (LINE Bj): 4-pin, mini-DIN (1)
Y {luminance signal): 1Vp-p, sync
negative, 75-obm termination
switchable
C (chrominance signal): 0.286 Vp-p
(NTSC); 0.3 Vp-p (PAL) (burst signal),
75-ohm termination switchable
RGB A: D-sub 9-pin connector (1, female)
Analog RGB: 0.7Vp-p, 75 ohm
terminated
Digital RGB : TTL level
RGB B: D-sub 25-pin connector (1, male)
Analog RGB: 0.7Vp-p, 75 chm
terminated
Digital RGB: TTL level
AUDIO IN (LINE A/LINE B/RGB A}:
phono jack (3)
-5 dBs, high impedance
CONTROL S: minijack (1)
RGB A SELECT: minijack (1)
Outputs VIDEO OUT (LINE A): BNC connector (1)
Y/C QUT (LINE By: 4-pin mini-DIN (1)
AUDIO OUT (LINE A/LINE B): phono
jack (2)
Power requirements
120 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
95 W Max.
Operating temperature range
0°C - 35°C (32°F - 95°F)
Humidity 90% or less
Dimensions
Approx. 379 x 365.1 x 411 mm (w/h/d)
(15 х 143% х 16'/4 inches)
Weight Approx. 17 kg (37 Ib 8 oz)
Accessories supplied
AC power cord (1)
Ferrite core (2)
Plastic binder (2)
Optional accessories
Display stand SU-552W
Remote control unit RM-787
Earphone ME-20
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Y/C (Y/C separate) IN connector (4-pin)
1 Y -input 1 Vp-p, sync negative, 75 ohms
2 CHROMA sub-carrier-input 0.286 Vp-p (NTSC); 0.3 Vp-p (PAL), burst signal
Delay time between Y and C: within 0+100 nsec., 75 chms
3 | GNDforY-input
Ground
4 | GND for CHROMA-input
Ground
RGB multi connector (9-pin, female)
1 GND GND GND GND GND
2 (NC) (NC) (NC) r (NC)
3 R R R R (NC)
4 G G G G (NC)
5 B B B B (NC)
6 (NO) (NC) | g |
7 | (NC) (NC) (NC) b G
8 | H/HV H/HV H/HV H/HV H/HV
9 V V V V \
Sync TTL level TTL level TTL level TTL level TTL level
level (Positive or (Positive or (H:Positive (H:Positive (H:Positive
Negative) Negative) V-Positive) V:Negative) | V:Negative)
GND: Ground R: Red G: Green B: Blue
(NC): No connection
H: Horizontal sync
HV: Com
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posite sync |: Intensity
V: Vertical sync
g: Secondary green
b: Secondary blue
Specifications
RGB multi connector (25-pin, male)
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1 IBM select H (5 V): IBM mode L: 3 Bit TTL
2 Audio select H (5 V or open): Audio inputs from #13
L (less than 0.4 V): Audio inputs from the LINE AUDIO IN jacks
3 Video input When the high state is selected at #9:
(composite video signal) 1 Vp-p, 75 ohm terminated (Negative polarity sync), with the
H. sync or composite sync SUPERIMPOSE switch set to ON
1.2—4 Vp-p, 75 ohm terminated (Negative or Positive), with the
SUPERIMPOSE switch set to OFF
When the low state is selected at #9: TTL level
4 Blue input Positive polarity
When the high state is selected at #9:
5 Green input Analog signal (0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohm terminated, non sync
1 Vp-p, 75 ohm terminated, with sync on G signal)
6 Red input When the low state is selected at #9:
Digital signal (TTL level)
7 NC
8 NC
9 Analog/digital mode select H (open): Analog signal (0.7 Vp-p)
L (ground): Digital signal (TTL level)
10 RGB B/NORMAL mode select | H (3 V to 12 V): Signal input from the 25 pin D-sub
(Function switch) L (less than 2 V}: Composite video inputs from LINE or Y/C
input impedance more than 22 kilo ohms
11 V. sync TTL level
12 Blanking input When the high state is selected at #9:
H (1 V to 3 V): RGB input from the 25 pin D-sub
L (less than 0.4 V): Composite or Y/C video inputs, 75 ohm terminated
(Rapid switch)
When the low state is selected at #9:
H (5 V or open): RGB input from the 25 pin D-sub
L (ground): Composite video input from LINE VIDEO IN
13 Audio input Input level —5 dBs (normal), input impedance more than 47 kilo ohms
14 EXT/INT video select Functions with the SUPERIMPOSE switch set to ON.
H (open): Sync signal input from #3
L (ground): Sync signal input from LINE or Y/ C
15 Video input return
16 Blue input return
17 Green input return
18 Red input return
19 Ground
20 Video output Output level 1.0 Vp-p, within sync 0.3 Vp-p output impedance 75 ohm
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21 Video output return
22 Audio common return
23 Audio output
Output level —5 dBs (normal) output impedance less than 10 kilo ohm
24 Blanking input return
25 IBM luminance signal
Positive polarity
When the high state is selected at #1: TTL level
When the low state is selected at #1: Low state (GND)
Timing Chart
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